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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO IB Lethbridgt is tbi filUIS HOtt HEATERS a-full line of Heaters on hand we will sell at greatly reduced prices so as not to carry them -over. Call and get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. "Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention" The HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET PHONE 62 P.O. BOX 670 OFFICE SUPPLIES t 4 Get your new Office Sup- plies and Diaries at ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Union Bank Phona 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. A Happy New Year To All The period of good resolu- tions is here, and we are not to be outdone in the making of and the honest, earnest carrying out of them. Let us therefore to make our drug store the safest, best and most satis- iactfry store for you to trade you. purest drugs, quality epods- quick and crwEtable service and "te- nse our greatest effort for your benefit, health and com- fort. Hlberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription SpecialistB 1.1. linn, up. inminitt RUBBER GOODS This is the season when you may require a Hot Water Bottle We can show you a clean fresh stock these We cater to the particu- lar trade, and oux stock a careful selection of best goods by the reli- able makers. JJJigin Warn SCo. Ltd. Dispensing1 Chemists Resident Night Cler The Store of Quality Resolved that we will carry the most complete stock of Groceries in Southern Alberta during 1909 B. BRADBEER CO. The Only tlllOK Store In ttie City TOM MARKS AT THE LYCEUM NEXT WEEK. THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, cloudy....... 40 17 and cold today and on Sundav. CITY AND DISTRICT Frank Smith of Reglna. spent 3STew Year's with his father-in-law. A. H- McKe'o-wn. Prof, Tremblay, the master of the violin, at the Eureka tonight. Mr. and airs. D. Marshall have re- turned from Kegina, where they spent TENDERS. Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 5 o'clock p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6th, at his offices, Rooms 4 and 5, A. Macdonald Block, for the excavating required to be done for a business building on Redpath Street. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JAKES A. MACDOKALD 18-3 Architect. IN WOOD you find a difference. Some is old, and some is young. Our methods are always progressive. We're never in a rut. Don't think of building or contracting for lumber without our estimates. It's a saving to get it, and our lumber is all right. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23 123 If you would like to pay what you owe on subscription tonight you find the-Herald Office open.; Clearing some lines of scribblers and exercise bcoks at 7 whiie they J. Johnston. The Eoyal Mercantile Co.. with D. J. McPhe-e as manager, has commenc- ed business at Eoyal City The Broadway Swell and the Bow- ery Bum at the Eureka tonight, Mr. Hartsthoone, of Winnipeg, has joined the staff of the Bank' of Commerce. One-third off merchants' and busi- ness men's blank books. I have got to clear out this line. Don't miss them. J. .The Wesley Church Mission Band will not hold their regular meeting tomorrow morning. C. W. Gray has awarded a contract to build a cottage on Round St. south to Smith Bros, and "Wilson. W, Morris went to Granum yester- day to move the boiler the city has secured from T. Underwood, The Bogie Man at the Eureka to- night Mrs. James Taylor, of Pincher Creek, accompanied by Mabel Karnsay, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T- MacMurphy. Lethbridge, Alta., on New Year's Day. to Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Bennett; a daughter. FOR THE COLD SNAP Chamois Vests for and Gentlemen. These Uke the place of an extra coat, are not bulky, and protect the body from the wind. e J. Johnston Dnif gist QUARTCRt- CITY 4JND DISTRICT. In giving a list oi the floral tri- butes at- the funeral of the late Har- old Hayr, we neglected to mention two' beautiful wreaths sent by the Sons of England and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waddington. A big double bill at the Eureka to- night. Alvin Kipley will have charge' of the office at the Bentley Co.'s store this, year, and entered his du- ties today, ilr. Ripley -was" former- ly, accountant for the same for a period of five years. The real estate and insurance business 'con- ducted by Kipley Bros, will be con- tinued as usual by L. S- Eipley. Miss M. Wood and her friend Miss Monroe, who have been attending Normal at Calgary, spent .JTew Year's with Miss Wood's aunt, Mrs. Brown Pipes. Miss Monroe left this morning to take charge of one of the rooms in the Eaymond Public school, and Miss Wood for Granum, -where she has secured a" school. Each member of the O- W, Eerr Co.'s staff -who lias been .with the company one year or more was pre- sented with a cheque amounting to ten per his year's salary for a Christmas box. The representa- tives of the company here have been connected with the firm for more than a year. Wishing Everybody Compliments Of The Season NELSON GOW 2 lots, corner London Road and Ernest Street, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 ALBERT E. IVES, f Commencing Monday, January 4th Tom 'Marks fuid Company, in 'Major Q'HanC the Irish will play at the .Lyceum, Toih Marks is too well known to require any introduction. He excels himself in the above play. This is one of the best yet. CITY DISTRICT. Moosejaw voted its mayor for his services to the city. Dr. Mewburn will return from his trip to the East on Monday evening's Flyer. T. C. Milnes, of Claresholra. was in the city today. He" is on his way to the States. Fire Chief and Building Inspector Fowler .assumed his duties today. DeVoe has resigned from the! Cardston Public school staff and will attend High School here. has been compelled to resign the man ageiuent. of the Alberta Portland Ce- ment Co. Owing to the crowded state of pur .'columns today some district corres- pondence, and a report of the closing exercises tit the convent are held over until Monday. The services in the Baptist Church will ITJ held at the usual hours, at 11 a. ni. and .7.30 p. m. The Pas- tor's subjects will bear upon the New Year. Morning: "A Sew Year's Mes- evening-, "A new beginning." All seats free and unappropriated, f Everybody welcome. We'll allow there is no- question as to your honesty, and we'll allow, also, that" placing yourself under a- guarantee bond would a mere formality of business. But wouldn't the fact of your being under a fidelity make you eligible to discharge the most confiden- tial and responsible, missions of trust? "Wouldn't, that fi- help you vter things? We furnish se- "curity good men in every line of business. .Corre- spondence solicited. Tlie Won Gaarantee and kcideiit Company G. C McDonald, Agent Room 6, Whitney Bl'k City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE R. A.Davis Stirling NEW AND OLD A new school, new in its' equipment, its meth its purpose, but old in the knowledge of business re- quirements, and the 'pre- paration of young people to meet such requirements is che Garbutt Business College, Stafford Block TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION i A Good Investment e Half acre on Round St.." just below Courtland, can be divided in 5 lots 26 4-5 x 122 will handle, good terms on. balance. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block TO on Ford St., near the Brewery, contaniing five rooms. Apply Geo. Firth, Brew ery. 18-0 A Snap 3 40x125 ft.- lots close to North Ward School, S17o each, cash. 810. per month; R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Lyceum and corner of Bartletc aud Redpath on Thursday night a pearl brooch with diamond set iri the centre; 55 reward for re- turn to Herald Office. 18-6 j At Wesley Church tomorrow 'morn- ing the children of the Sunday school will meet for the regular children's service. The pastor's topic will be "A Happy The evening topic will be "A Kew Year's Message." Genuine CLEARANCE SALE for One Month Sale Commences TODAY SATURDAY Call Early before lines are much broken into. We do not keep goods from one year to another. Rather than do so, we use the knife, cutting prices, regardless of cost, in order to effect a thorough clearance. Read the following prices Finest Northern Racoon, 50 inches long, sold at SSS.OO, and sale price and Special line of Wallaby Coats, sold at sale price Fine selection of Warn bats, well matched pelts, Bulgarian Lamb Coats, 50 inches long, sale price Coats Men's Sheep-lined Coats, English corduroy tops, well matched Wambat collar, 50 inches long, sale price 40 inches long 33 Men's Fur Caps, high grade Persian lamb, sold at and sale price and Russian Lamb, Russian Otter, Brown Beaver, Haturar Rat, Hudson Seal.... Men's Fur Collars, brown and black opposum, Russian Otter, Russian Lamb, Racoon, Black Men's Heavy Overcoats, velvet collars, in blue or black Beaver, usual price sale price Heavy Irish Frieze, in dark grey shades, velvet collars, sold at sale Boys' Heavy Long Overcoats, velvet Men's .Heavy Ribbed Sweaters, button collars, all wool, price special lins at and. Men's Underwear, Stanfield's or Penman's, heavy elastic rib, an wool, unshrinkable, per suit. Special Hne Men's Fleecsd Lined, per suit. Boys5 fleeced Lined Suit.................. Men's Felt Shoes, leather iops, sold at and sale price and PJain Felt, Mea's Oil Tan Shoe Pecks, pair..................St.75 Men's Hockey Shoes, per pair; Money refunded if goods are not satisfactory. Please note the address T TX i, rSS T Men's and Furnishings L Oliver BlocK Lethbridge THE STORE FOR A SQUARE DEAL ;