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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HCRALO TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald TW PLACE TO STAY MMMUMMMMMMt Skates Have you thought of tak- ing advantage of the good 'the cold weather haa nadtf. If sc you will do well to call and see our stock of skates and hockey we have jut opeued up. The quality and price are sure -to meet you right. THE IEDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. .Box 670 Electric THERMOS BOTTLES Cue of of the age which litre become in ewy house- hold. Will keep liquidr hot for 24 hourt ami cold for houn. No person with iu- faut fed ou prepared food caii afford to be without oue. We rtow havt them at the following 16.50 and each. Fuuly zed DupeacMf CbMMcU Rewfert Nfcht Cierk OTY AM) DISTRICT The Store of Are''iiow Located IR their New and Commodious Quarters IR the Stafford Block tilBWIFUSI TOYLAND Is GETTING into SHAPE Only a few more weeks and Christmas will bo on us before'.1 we realize it, and we'are getting our big dis- play of toys that we are opening tip daily into shape for the .children, And such a display it will nothing you have ever seen in Lethbridge Avill to approach it in any way. Not only i n toys will we exeellj but the hundreds of novelties ancl pretty gifts that we are showing .will 'permit of the selection of an acceptable present at almost any price. Dp your buying now. New Designs in Fancy Work In all colors with holders ONLY 25c EACH Our stock of Crepe paper, decora ted and plain, is now complete. 1st tar tot if MM tat Phone 251 for Underwood Typewriters. _ Doctors Find in their Practice that Prescriptions Filled at our Store always Produce the Results Sought for Mkerta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I, I. UPIEY, NJF. lETIIIIIEE Gladstone Virtue has entered the law office of W. C. Simmons. Col. H. J. Mackie returned to Ifilk River this morning. Fred Ford, etUtor of the Raymond Rustler, is in town today. Citizens Band at the Lyceum to- night. jifrs. C. H. JMunroe will not receive tomorrow nor again until the third Wednesday in January. H. X. Galer of Spokane, President of the Royal Collieries, Limited, in the city last night. Miss Hings and Messrs. Ely, Flem- ing and Layton will assist at Mrs. Vanspanckeren's recital at Wesley church tonight. Public School Inspector .1. Brown of Medicine Hat is in the city today. Sidney Jackson is able to be at business again after three weeks' ill- ness. Hazel Salmon, singing, dancing and character impersonations at the Lyceum. Thos. Stubbs, wife and family, left last night for England, where they will remain some Hour. There will be a meeting of the coun dl of the Board of Trade tomorrow night. Mrs. A. E. Stewart receive nesday and Thursday of this week and afterwards on tb.c third Thurs- day of coonth. C. J. EckstbTm is being urged to enter the field as a candidate for al- derman. He has the matter under constrferation. Dode Halisman assisted by the Weber Sisters in the original College Kid tonight at the Lyceum. By mistake on Sunday last, it waa announced that Mr. Til ley was to take part in the program this evening at Wesley Church. The body of James Taylor who died suddenly on Sunday, will not be shipped to Medicine Hat. but will be buried here this afternoon. Biggest program of the season at the Lyceum tonight. H. A. Craig, of Edmonton, super- intendent of fairs and institutes, in Alberto, was married last week to Miss Mabel Alcock, of Saskatoon. Mr. Craig is well known in this city. A local Chinaman when informed that the Chinese Emperor was dead, remarked, "Me no sorry. He no good." A. liafton Canning, of the British and Colonial Photograph Co.. is in the city. This company purposes opening a branch here in the. near fu- ture. The Webber Sisters in college songs and character impersonations ai Lyceum. The regular meeting of the Fort- Edmonton, fair.................. dO Calgary> clear............ 60 Lethbridge, cloudy 61 Medicine Hat, fair............... 58- Regina, clear 41 Winnipeg, cloudy 28 Fine weather has been general in all districts of the prairie provinces. In Manitoba and Saskatchewan it has been mild, and i'n. Alberta compara- tively warm. and comparatively warm today and Wednesday. One of the most acceptable gifts that can be given either a man pr womau. The display of new pretty sty let we have now will give you a splendid choice. Perhaps these sugges- tions1 will, assist you. Cushions in tasteful designs, all worked...___...... HairReceiyer...........___......___............ 2.50 Pipe Holder, fine .for a man___----______......... 3.50 Tie Holder....................................... 3.50 Shaving Paper Set................................. 3.25 Photo Frames........................... and 4.00 Holiday Ribbons are all Ready Dode Hallsman, the original Col- lege Kid at the Lyceum tonight. Just remind you, Commissioner and Mrs. Coombs and staff are con- ducting a very special Lime Light Service tonight, the ITtix, in Oliver's Hall at 8 p.m. Subject "From Beth lehem to Calvary." Be sure you come. General admission 25c. Don't miss Yum, Yum, Yum by Hazel Salmon at the Lyceum. Capt. E. F. Mackie of Calgary, of the Canadian Artillery, is in the citj in connection with mutters pertain- ing to the battery he_re. He and Ma- or Stewart are at the Experimenta Farm today inspecting the artillery; t being temporarily stored there un- til the armoury is built.. The Y. M. C. Young Mcns' GjTcna- sium class meets tonight7 "from 7.30 to 8.3.0 on account of the Van Spanckeren recital. The other class- es of the day will take place as us- ual. The gym is fitted up in tip-top shape now with the new canvas for the mats, new springboard, new lock- ers, basket ball apparatus and heater all installed. Remember ,Mrs. Vanspanckeren's final recital church tonight. The enterprising manager of the Lyceum Theatre has secured one of the high class opera companies, the National Opera Co., to play at his popular house, oue night, Monday Nov. 30. This company is playing in Edmonton this week and in Cal- gary next week. Comic opera is their feature and the play here will "His Hfghness, the Bey." The com- pany consists of seventeen first class artists. F. V. Peterson, the advance agent, is in the city today. G. J. Bury, general manager of the western lines of the C.P.R. and Grant Hall, Superintendent of Motive Pow- er, both accompanied by Gen. Supt. Price, and Supt. Law- rence were in the city a few hours yes terday afternoon, and overnight, go- ing west this morning. Asked if he had any information to give out. Mr. Bury that he had nothing to say as he was only on his regular tour of inspection of the lines. j People driving through the riv> have complained to .the Herald the large number of rigs left stand- j ing m front of livery stables, putting people who want to drive on those; sorts for Christmas needs are here. Ribbons for decorating the Christinas windows and tables, for tying up dainty packages and for all sorts of fancy work, .all in the newest shades and colors in plain, plaids, stripes and Dres- dens. Holly designs are plentiful, also pretty ribbons with tha words "Merry Christmas." Tinted Cushion Tops Weihave a splendid assortment of tinted cushion tops all ready to make up. Price.......... r.............25c each Laundry Bags The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH logers-foimringiiim LiBkr Co. Lti Phones 23 and 123 Ilk Yiri fortfc it Track Dice nightly Club has been postponed and will be held on Thursday evening at thfi residence of K. N. Higinho- j thain, Redpath St. The subject of the evening is the enrly history of Alberta. The American Restaurant, under tlu? inanajrf-nvnt of Clint' McDonald, xrili open up for business tonight. It ii r meals, orders. lunches and short streets to n. great rieal of inconven-! ience in wending their way through the ninze of rigs. Another complaint is that of coal left on the sidewalk lifter the drayman has shovelled the Jarpcr part of his load through a hole in the sidewalk into a coal cel- lar. Kither the party getting the coal or the man delivering it should! ?ii- ri'fjUirc-d to sweep