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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta iiiSii liliiiiJ^ JOB nUNTINC At^hc HeraiJd Itie Lethbridge Ddly^ Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When In [MM^t Is tin DUUI..|PTE I Skates Skates Have you thought of 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 hookey sticks thnt wc have juBt opened up. The quality and price are sure to meet you right. THE HICK HRRDWIIRE CO. R�DPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 070 The Canadian Calendar Just the thing to send n-wuy, each one iti a box. Prices ranRe from 20c up Our Xmas Cards are finer than ever. Buy your Xmas Gifts early. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE X Ist Mr West of Union Bank  Phona 261 1 Agents for Underwood 7 Typewriter*. 4 It's a ! Hobby i at our store to do things right. Try ub for some of j'our Drug Wants and know the satisfaction there is in being right. Proscription Spociah'sts I B. RIPLEY, Mgr. LETHBRIDGE The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH RcgerS'Ciinningliain Lumher Co. ltd. Phones 23 and 12;i Main Yard  - North oi Track Office  ReJpathSt.Wesl Just Received a frosh supply of Eastman's PhotograpHc Gcods M.-||. Dneloper Velsi liquid OneloiKr H. L fiims Papers 8I11I Postals Mounts Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Cleric ThcStoie of Quality Car of Oglhrie's Flour Just Received PHONE 21 G, BRADBEER & CO. Successors ts NELSON & ERASER Cny AND DISTRICT II. A. llriggs, of (Jnussy lyftko, is in thu city. , The Jlisscs npniii(^or, tif Mngrath.i aro in Uio city todny. j II. .7. 11. Slicith is .spomliiiK n fc�"j days in Cnlgtiry. j Bijou Farewell Dance( Wednesday! Nov. 26th. 291-3 i RcmcnilKT the leap yoar ilancu at the Bijou on Wodiiesday. 292-2 Mrs. K. Uircliard-Pahner, who been touohing school at Three Ilillj Viilley, has returned to the city for; a visit. j Tlic rogulnr monthly nicoliiig of i the Canadian Order of Foresters will i he held on Thvnsday, Nov. 27th. | Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of | yesterday" or "The San Francisco' Earthquake," at the Lyceum. .\li. Forland and A. E. Ueer each contrihiilcd S.'i and co.sts to the city treasury for hnving a ilisonlerly (hunk ye.sterday, .lames ilanknoll was this morning conunitti'd for trial by Inspector West on a charge of attcmi>ting to commit suicide. Charlie Bell, a live comedian, at the,Lyceum tonight. The How Island school district has been empowered to borrow ?1200 for the purpose of buildins; and equipjiinir a school house. Geo. llawden, oi Kingston. Ont., cousin oi the Bawden brothers of this city, arrived in the city last night and will likyly locate hero. W. Hough who caused the iiollce to have doubts as to his .sanity ye.stei'-day appoariil before ^MaRistrate Humphries ye.sterdn.v and was given three months tor vagrancy. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco Earthquake," at the Lyceum. Win. I'orter has taken out a permit to build an addition to the Ai-lington Hotel at a cost of 2,.o0i>. G. A. Peat will btiilil a small residence in North Ward. Supt. .J. S. Lawrence and Division ul Engineer JfcLood of .Medicine Jiat are in the city t(jda.v on ullicial business. Among other things they will confer with the city engineer regarding the Smitli St. si)Mr track. Seats now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company j presenting the comic opera, "His i Highness the Bey." Box office open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The trench for the mw force nuiin is being dug and thu wurk has pro-gresseil suinciently lo start laying the pipe. The gang to put up the ni;w staudpipe liave not put in an alipcnranco yet. "The Web of Time," by Robert E. Knowles, at Robertson's booksto.'C. I., i;. Woodward ot iho Hank ot Connni'r.'i' slafT has l.cen transferred to High lU\er, his |ilace here being] taki-n by (1. 'J'rigg.s of I'incher fn^ek. i Hemeiiiber the Ieii|) year dance at llic Bijou on ^\eihie.sda.\-. 202-2 Seats now on sale at the Lyceum , Theatre box office for next Monday i night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic opera, "His Highness the Bey." Box office op^n from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. THE WEATHER. Leilihridpe, fair ......... .^0 22 l'V)rec'int,-NortiUM-ly winds, eolder, iuid liuhl loeul snowfnll.s. AT THE LYCEUM. "The City of Yesterday" Drew Two Big Houses. In connection with three good yaudi-ville acts, motion pictures, and ilhistratfd soncrs at the I.ycemn last iiiL'ht. was ?T�l. Armand's "The City � if Yesterday," or the "Snii Francisco ivirthqualic," wliieli is one of tin- mo.-it (Jjsb.nati- and ri-nli.stie .scenic i)rodtictions ever attempted on the vaudeville stape. It consists of till' city of Siin Francisco Ijuiit in miniature nn the stage. .\s the ourtnin rosL^ the eit.v could be faintly discerned through the daikness. Slowly the niclit began to give way to apiiroacliing dawn, and with clouds drifting along the eiwtern horizon, tlu^ !;rey light of the morninj.' dawn spread ovot the city, griulinilly increasing in brlL-htness until till' full L'lare cf tlie risine sun eared in the early hours of night, all lit up, and one cnnld almost hear the busy hum of activity of the great Pnci/ic staiiort, and imagine llie moviii!.; frowds oi people in thi' strei'ts. As the liour gri'W lat( r the moon rose and shed her pale light over the sleeping eity. .�Suddenly the enrthquake broke the -lillness with a deafening roar. The fire broke out, the clang of firi; eu-L'ine K""rS was heard, and .'iames rosi' hi'-'h ill the air, lighting up the whole city with it': luriil glare. Tln'ii caiiu; the crash of falling wiills, ex-plnsioiiH, and llu; roar of the !.'ri'al eonflagrjilion. I'inally the lires died out. leaving in the si^ini-darkne-t pietiiresque of American eities.! I'lof. Armand sings and lectures in j deM'riptiori of the .scenes us they ell.'lllge. LOST. I ---I l.tJ.ST-Sliur On mount .�ind one lens | oi pair of iye-i.d;isr,es. lieward foi ; return to H,.r-ild oftie-. '2:\2-\ i 4 Sets of Samples 200 PIECES Each Piece il yds. Long Price Each 80c As these cotno iii-fotir pieces of a pattern, thdiooin Rns at a fraction of the regular price. Sample Shirts for Men and Boys 200 SAMPLES, all in oXeollcnl condition, most of iheni htive ii'ver been linndled. They come in sateen, oxford and Hannelettt! eolora, in a hiR assortuierit of patterns. All have soft collars. , white jialeW, nn hraii ; ri-waixl fnr jntuvniiitioii h iid-j iof: til leciivry. Aji.ol.v ,T. MeMasl^v. . liiidL'e Fun-man. t'.IM!. .v;iid. i 1.1 ).-^T-I'.i-I Weill tin.- eity aii'l llie! I.iltll' IlliW liivel' nn .Mirlld.'iy Jl'lel-' iioi.ii. a parivi, eiint^iiiiini.' iw..; sliin.. {one lilael; ,ini| one blue), ^.l-i.; pair III >liiiprrs. I'artM-l wis cai i ie'l ; in a pai! at b.iek vehicle, l-'inder will ph ;isi' leave lit i;, IJ.lioe.-' , i'levatnr am' ri'e.-ive reward. '.lii 1).)_0 Songs of a Sonrdougb IN BINDINliS WHAT NEWNESS MEANS W'c inciiM iliiil (iiir stuck 1.- ALL nlisiiliitcly new liiiil iil'iulil. Not :i s!)i)j)-\v()ni iirlich' is Mil uiir shclvi's. When yuii ;irc innvliasiii^'. think' of whiil it nii'jins to yon -that yon can Imy ;in ai-tii'lc lhat litis jii.^t iiccii ini|)ack-i'(l I'or llu- same )ii'ic(-perhaps less-tliaii you will j>ay i'i)i' ;i slioji-\\