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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta > nNlST JOi HUNTING f ' At The Herai-o lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald I THE PLACE TO STAY �kn h LitHMji li Iki IttlU lilt Skates ! Skates Skates Hare yon thougktof taking advantage of the good skating the cold weather has made. If so you will do well to call and see our splendid stock of skates and hockey sticks thiit wo have just opened up. The X quality and price are sure \ i ^ to meet you right. * * THE I HICK mmm co. REDPATH STREET ; We Sell for Cash i Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 J How About Books? Besides the regular copyright novels we have a large assortnientof specials A few of these are : Bachelor Bells by Harrison Fisher Love Songs, Old and New Under the Holly Bough Sweeter Still Than This A Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador Through the Mackenzie Basin Songs of a Sourdough The Great Fight  Order Your Greeting Cards Today ; lOBERTSON'S BOOK STORE ist iMf W�it Of Union Sink Phona 261 Agenti for Underwood Typewriter!. Just Received a fresh supply of Eastman's PhotograpMc Goods M. (. Develo|ier Velox Liquii Dereloper N. i Films Papers and Postals Moants J. 0. Family and Ditgeuslag Chemists Telephone 4� Resident NIrht Clerk The Store of Quality Gar of Tartan Canned Goods On Track PHONE 21 e. BRMBEER & CD. lunesMn ts REUOII flUEil CELEBRATED LYRIC SOPRANO I It's a Hobby at our store to do things right. Try us for some of your I Drug I Wants and know the satie-factioa there is in bsing right. I Alberta Drug and Book Co. | Prescription Specialists 1.1. RirLEtf, Mgr. lETRfllilBeE The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Rogers-Cunningham lumlier Co. Ltd. Phones 23 and 123 Maio Yard � North �i Track Oflice .  - - Red|wiiiSt.West CITY AND DISTRICT Bijou Farewell Dance, Wed. Nov. 2Bth. Aliss Doiini.s leaves on Jfoiidny for Ottawa. She will visit frientJs In I,ethbrinlng shortly in iww promi.sos in Round St., under tho title of the Lethbridge Music 'Company. This firm will cater for the public taste, in music and municnl instruments of all kinds. They are the sole agents for the Mnson-Risch Piano company. The other day two bricklayers working ou the tower of the Presbyterian church got into nn altercation, one accusing the other of taking all the good bricks leaving him the culls. Words led to blows and at that dizsiy height, the two contestants waged a vigorous war for a 'cw minutes. Fri.'uds interfered hoforo either one wont overboard. \ look at J. Ct. Robertson & Co.'s window makes one feci that the Christnms season is here once again, and very suggestively reminds the onlooker that it ia timo to scfect Xnios gilts. Books, fancy goods and Xmas novelties with a stock of goods that would completely equip Santa Claus convinces one that this is the place where presents for everyone can be chosen. Don't wait. Get the first choice. on CITY AND DISTRICT Remember the Bijou Dance on Wed. 291-3 W. H. Fares of Gordon, Ironsides & Fares, Winnipeg, was in the city yestten)bor 1300 cars of grain have been shipped out. That moans about 1 .,300,000 bushels of grain. Charlie Bell, a live comedian, at the Lyceum tonight.^ iOdmonton Bulletin: Tho dance given Ml Tuesday evening by Lt.-Col. and .Mrs. Belcher in honor of their daughter, .lessie, was thoroughly enjoyed by all those fortunate enough to be invited. The guests wore received by tho host and hostess In the drawing room, which was beautifully decorated with ii profusion of ferns and cut lloweis. Mrs. Bok-her wore an ex-([Uisite gown of black Spanish hico, beautifully trimmed with satin banda and b.all-fringe, with a most olal>or-ato bodice of black lace with dainty X'alcncieimes sleeves, all made over while satin; .Miss Jessie Belcher who wore a beautiful gown of white satin, was the picture of hai)pinoHS and fun; .Mi.s.s .Vddit' was a most attentive hostess and looked e.\tremely well in a gown uf jialo pink chiffon over tafleta with a beautiful bouquet of palest pink roses. The nuirried daughter of the h, worked all over with seed pearls. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco Earthquake," at the Lyceum. CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. McKiliop will not receive Tuesday and Wednesday. Kx-constable Fitzgerald t'.as n'turn-from a trip cast. .A. F. Krapfel, the Klko lumberman, was in town yesterday. Th'3 polioe had a cattle round-up last night, filling the pound. Mrs. Goslin, of Lake, spent Sunday in the city, visiting friends. Leonard Le Vieu and wife of Hill-crest spent the week-end in the city. F. W. Brown, manager of the Lyceum theatre has .granted the city free use of the building to hold nominations on Monday December 7th. Something the Lethbridge public have not yet seen-a real live furniture sale. At the White Furniture Co.'s for the next five days. A fellow named Hough who was acting very much as if he were off his nut was arrested this morning on a charge of vagrancy. The police wilj investigate as to his sanity. We are told that a certain gentleman drove Rev. Cnrlelon to Coaldale yesterday so tlmt ho would not get lost. After crossing the Chin Coulee the two gentlenu'u found themselves fourteen mile.s from Coaldale and fifteen from Ta.bcr. Thi; congregation wailed for llir sermon. Rtmiember he White Furniture Co.'s big five duya 'sale commencing at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning. NOBBV AND NEW 3^ Ladies' and Gents' Slippers Fancy �nd Plain :-: All Colors and Sizes THE FOOT TOGGERY Mr. McMurphy, manager for 'he South Alberta Tiuniber Company wont to New Dayton on Saturday and opened up a branch at that palce and placed J. D. Grccno in charge. Ten cars of lumber were taken down on Saturday and more will bo sent immediately. New Dnyton has a promising futtu'c and tho many settlers going into that district will create n big demand for lumber. During the pa.<