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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ArTnc HCRALD The e THE PLACE TO STAY Ita k H to Mill x J i i hi thoqgfcjLoC tak- iag idTftjiiige of the good the cold feat wide. If so you will do veil to tee oar tpteadid stock of tad lipckaj Uint we tare jnst opened up. The quality sod price are sure to meet you right. THE UtDPATH STREET i; We Sdl for Cash I PbW62 P.O. Box 670 How About Books? Beaidet the regular copy- right novels we have a large auortmentof specials A few of these are Bachelor Bells by Harrison Fisher Love Songs, Old New Under the Holly Bough Sweeter Still Than This A Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador Throngh the Mackenzie Basin Songs of a Sourdough The Great Fight Order Your Greeting Cards Today Received a supply of Eastman's Photograph k Goods 1 Mn M iMB Pipn Family DupMcioc The Store of Qvality Carol Tartan lillK On Track PHONE 21 to SIM i met OTYAWtDBIWa Bijou Farswall Dance, Nov. 26th. ai-3 Miss Dennis leaves on Holiday for Ottawa. She will -visit friends In on her way THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair.......... fair.............. Lethbridge, fair Medicine Hat, clear 46 Swift. .Current............. 46 cloudv 51 News. Don't miss Prof. "City of ycsUrday" or "The San FrancUco at Lyceum. Jlcv. Euiil of the firm of Batchelor, Marshall Skarin leaves Calgary today on a trip to his na- tive home in Sweden. The engagement is announced of Miss Wolley-Dod, eldest daughter of 3fe and _ Mrs- Wolley-Dod, of Fish Creek, aud ULr. "King; 'of Sigh River. Tonightl Tonight! Merry Widow Waltz, Velita, and La Favourite, at Oliver's Hall. Ml- 30 26 48 36 51 31 28 31 18 22 26 32 Iii northern parts of Saskatchewan and in Manitoba the weather has turned somewhat colder, but in other parts of the prairie provinces it has> continued mild and fair. Forecast f Fair aud mild. Minnedosa, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy Port Arthur, cloudy 46 34 30 LENA DUTHIE Scotland's Greatest Exponent of Scotch and Irish and Na- CITY AND DISTRICT T. Buckfey, of Sweet Grass, is iu the city today. nrho reports himself beiuf much improved i a health, U home on S. R. Clarlc returned night from a week's holiday spent-at Hosmer. B. C, with B. B. Milli. The Haydn Concert Party %vili give a vocal and instrumental recital in the Methodist church on Tuesday, evening, Dec. 1. We have pleasure in informing our readers that a company has 'been formed and are opening shortly In premises in Bound St., under the title of the Lethbridge Music "Com- pany. This firm will cater for the public taste in music and musical instruments of all kinds. They are the sole agents for the Mason-Risch Piano company. The other day two bricklayers working on the .tower of. the Pres- byterian church 'got into" an alterca- tion, one accusing the" other of tak- ing all the good bricks leaving him the culls. Words led to blows and at that dizzy height, the-two contest- ants waged a vigorous vrar for a 'ew minutes. Yri-'nds interfered before either one wont- overboard. A look at J. G. Robertson Co.'s window; makes one. feel that the is here once again, and very suggestively reminds ,the onlooker that it is time to sefect Xmas gifts. Books, fancy goods ant Xinas novelties with a stock of goods that would 'completely equip Santa tional Songs. 24 and 25. v Oliver's- Hall, Nov. STHi tar tottf MUM for Underwood v It's a. Hobby I at our store to do things right. Try us for some of your and know the satis- faction there is in being right. UbertaDrqiiilnkGo. Prescription Specialists 1.1., LETIIBKE Mrs.' G. H. Johnston and Mrs. Will will receive together at Mrs. Johnston's home on Tuesday after- noon, the 24th, and afterwards on the fourth Tuesday of each month. T. .W. Bryant for the past eight ears the Homestead Inspector for Calgary has received the reward -.of lis labors by being appointed Assist- ant Dominion .Land Agent, Calgary. Charlie Bell, a live comedian, at the Lyceum tonight. The Eye Opener was published on Saturday but was refused at the Cal- gary post office and it is reported that the C.P.R. will not allow the paper to be sold on the trains any more. Remember the Bijou Dance on Wed. 291-3 There were large congregations both' services at Wesley Church yes- terday to hear Dr. E. of Granum. Both his sermons were fol- lowed with deep interest. The roi lections and subscriptions for the connexional funds very satisfac- tory. The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd of Calgary, has been appointed ud- istrator of the estate of the late Olaf Fogderud, who carried on a large ranching business in the Gras- sy Lake district. Deceased came from St. Louis, Missouri, prior to settling in Southern Alberta. Misses Norman's Dance tonight. 11 and see the 291-1 The Whole Story flUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Inter Co. Ltd. Phones 23 and 123 Yard tak Trick you want fun come "Merry Widow." Muple Creek Signal: Dr. F. Daw- son, has purchased the practic; Dr. Deanc and will commence on tl'.r 1st of December. He has also juir chased Dr. Deane's residence and wil have his office there. Dr. Mclntyre, M.P., for Strathco nar and Mrs. Mclntyre. have gone a to Glasgow. Scotland, where Dr. ifcTntyre's brother is in poo health. He -will not return till after the session of parliament, which i expected to be called early in Janu Bijou Farewell Dance Wednesday Nov. 25th. 29U Mr. and Mrs. H. Blaylock for merly of High River but now of Cal gary. wilt leave this month for I. dor., England, where they will re- side permanently. Mr. Blaylock wil represent a syndicate of Calgary an Edmonton men who have formed company for the purpose of inducin British capitalists to invest in Alber ta lands, etc. CITY AND DISTRICT Remember the Bijou Dance on 2SI-3 W. H. Fares oi Gordon, Ironsides Fares, Winnipeg, was in the city yesterday. Remember the White Furniture Co.'s big five.days 'sale commencing t 8 o'clock tomorrow morning. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of 'tsterday" or "The San Francisco at the Lyceum. P. P. Persons, of Valley City, ]ST.D., who has large holdings of land near Brassy Lake, is in the city. guests in town on Sat- urday, were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. "Up- on of Port Essiagton, B. C. A post office is being erected at Stirling. Geo. Oler Jr. has receiv- ed the appointment as postmaster. Something the Lethbridge public lave not yet real live furni- ture At the White Furniture for the next five days. The C.P.R. has informed the Cal- gary Board of Trade that they are landling the grain in the south coun try now as fast as the farmers can bring it to the trains. Conditions are much more favorable than they were and the railway is rapidly send- ing cars down the line. Since the latter part of September 1300 cars of grain have been shipped out. That means about bushels of grain. Charlie Bell, a live comedian, at the Lyceum C.laus convinces one that this 'rs' the place where presents for everyone can be Don't wait. Get the first choice. CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. McKillop will not receive on. Tuesday and Wednesday. Ex-coustjible Fitzgerald has return- from_.a._trip.-cast. A. F. Krapfel, the Elko lumberman, was in town yesterday. The pwii-J; a cattle round-up last night, filling the pound. Mrs. Goslin, of Grassy Lake, spent Sunday in the city, visiting friends. Leonard Le Visu and wife of Hill- crest spent the weekend in the city. F. W. Brown, manager of ttie Ly- ceum theatre has granted the city free use of the building to hold nom- inations on Monday December 7th. Something the. Lethbridge public have not yet real live furni- ture 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 will investigate as to his sanity. We are told that a certain gentle- man drove Rev. Carlelon to Coaldale yesterday so that he would not get lost. After crossing the Chin Coulee the two gentlemen1 found themselves fourteen miles from Coaldale and fif- teen from The congregation waited for the sermon. Remember the White Furniture big five, days 'sale commencing at S o'clock tomorrow morning. CORRECTIONS IN THE LIST In the list of the donations to th Gait Hospital, which appeared on Saturday, there were several errors The contributions-of the followin persons were not correctly stated the amount now appealing opposit their names is correct. J. A.- McDonald.............. 5.CX J. Rochon.................... i Mrs. L. M. 5.0C Geo. Rogers ...........______ 5.0 Wm. Mackenzie ....___.... 1.. 5.0 J. W: Waddell 1.0 (Mr. C. F. Reeve) .'..........25.0 Mrs. C. A. Magrath 5.0 C. B. Toulle 1.0 Christmas of Black an White; Ladies' -Home Journs Strand; Holly Everybody's- at Sage's. NOBBY AND ladies' and Gents' Slippers Ftocy Plain All Sizct THE FOOT TOGGERY Mr, McMurphy, manager for Co. have built up a large business and outh Alberta Lumber Company went 9. New Dayton on Saturday and pened up a branch at that palce and >laced J. D. Greeno in charge. Ten ars of lumber were taken down on aturday aud more will be sent imuie- lately. New Dayton has a proinis- ng future aiid tho many settlers go- ng into that district will create, a big demand for lumber. During past few months the company have ont in a considerable quantity of umber. Since opening their yards n this city the Souirf Alberta Lumber FOR Gent's bicycle and lamp, both good as 'new. "Will sell cheap for cash. Apply J. L. Davis near Electric light plant. -V 291-2 LOST _ A brilliant maltese cross brooch, on Saturday. Reward offered. Mrs. Neale, corner Ford and Burdctt Ste. 291-2 By a youug gentleman, a nicely furnished single room in modern house. Apply Box MJ-O Herald. -291-O with the same business management and fair dealing at the yard at New Dayton will be just as great a suc- cess. you THE BOSTON LUNCH Fora tatty men! served on shortest notice. Lunches Put Up For Outing Parties TO ARLINGTON BOTE BARONESS ROAD M SEE OUR WINDOWS Keen Tools Keen Prices Are guaranteed if you will give us a call HAY B R O Phoae 75 4 Box 27 4 LEAP YEAR BALL AND FARE- WELL DANCE The management of the Bijou will give their farewell dance in the old Bijou Theatre on Wednesday Novem- ber 25th. Come and dance for the last time on the best floor in town. Edmonton Bulletm: The dance given! Dancing commences at 9 o'clock, m Tuesday evening by Ltl-CoI. and! Tickets Refreshments as us- Mrs. Belcher in honor of their daugh- ter, Jessie, was thoroughly enjoyed by all those fortunate enough to be invited. The guests were received by the host and hostess in the drawing room, which was beautifully decorat- ed with a profusion of ferns and cut flowers. Mrs. Belcher wore an ex- quisite gown of black Spanish lace, beautifully trimmed with satin and ball-fringe, with a most elabor- ate bodice of black lace with dainty Valenciennes sleeves, all made over white satin; Miss Jessie Belcher who wore a beautiful gown of white satin, was the picture of happiness and fun; Miss Addie was a most attentive hos- tess and looked extremely well in a gown of pale pink chiffon over taffeta with a Ijeautiful bouquet of palest pink roses. The married daughter of the house, Mrs. Nesbitt, looked ex- ceedingly well ia her wedding-gown of white duchess satin, with panel oft rose point lace, and bodice of satin and lace, worked all over with seed pearls. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco at the Lyceum. ual. Remember this is the farewell dance. 91-3 WHAT NEWNESS MEANS I j A LARGE QUANTITY of Our Christmas Goods v have arrived. Inside of one week they will opened np. From now on we shall be glad to show them and. as usual. lay aside until Christmas any article that you wish. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription moan that our stock i? ALL new and bright. Not a articlcv on our shelves. When you arc purchasing, think of what it nu'cins to you you can buy an article that has just been unpacked for the same yon will pay for a shop- worn article. A careful inspection of our stock will prove our argument. TONIGHT McKeown Hard- QUAL-ITY QUARTERS ware Company Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 WAN UOtt The Greatest Electric Scenic Production ever ex- hibited on the American Stage PROFESSOR ARMAND The City of Yesterday r the San Francisco Earthquake See the City Beautiful Enveloped in Flames MARVELLOUS! SUPERB! WONDERFUL! CHRS. T. BELL Who Sings Some, Talks Some and Dances Some More HKZEL SKMON THE CLEVER LITTLE SOUBRETTE Two Performances Every 7.45 and 9.15 p.m. ;