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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HCRAUO e THE PLACE TO STAY k Lrtftrttp ii fc 4tt Skates Skates Have ycm thought of Uk- iag of the good the cold weather bM If eo you will do well to and see our splendid Block of tad hockey sticks thut we have just opened up. The quality and price are sure to meet you right. THE idunvfttt co, i KEDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Received a supply of Eastman's Photographic Geods M tab It and Dispensing Chemists _ _ Telephone Rwtftot Night Clerk HSMJ The Store of Quality Car of I s I Flour Just Received PHONE 21 G. Bun co. tl FUttl Brussel Carpet Ends 50 22 colder, The Canadian Calendar j Just the thing to send a- _ way, each one iu a box. Prices range from 20c up Our Xmas Cards are finer than ever. Buy your Xmas Gifts f early. IKETSOII'S BOOK STORE lit to fet if IMH Ink Phona Kl for Underwood THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, fair wind H. A. Driggs, of Grassy Lake, island luihf local snowfalls. in "the citv. The Misses Ifagrath.j AT THE LYCEUM. are in the city today. J. H. Skeith is spending a few CItV of Yesterday" Drew Two days-mCaleary. f _ V-Big Houses. In_ connection with three good Bijou Fartwei! Wednesday j ti p5ctures> and Nov. 25th. 291-3! x Reirieniber the leap year dance at the Bijou on Wednesday. 292-2 Mrs. E. Birchard-Palnier, who has j illustrated songs at. the" Lyceum, last night, was Prof. Aruiund's "The City of "the ''Sari Fran- cisco which is one of been teaching school Three Hill the Tvalistie most clsbcratfr. and Valley, has returned to the city for j scenic productions ever attempted on Ufte vaudeville stage.., .It consists .of the city of San Francisco built in miniature on the stage. As the ourtain rose the city could discerned through .the Slowly the night began o give way to approaching dawn, and with clouds drifting along the The regular monthly meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters will be held on Thursdav, Nov. 27th. be family Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco' at the Lyceum. AH. Forland and A. E: Beer each contributed ami costs to the city treasury for having a disorderly drunk yesterday. James Manknell was this morning committed for trial by Inspector West on a charge of attempting to com- mit suicide. ,-v- Charlie Bell, a live comedian, at the .Lyceum tonight. The Bow Island school district has been empowered to borrow for It's a Hobby at our store to do things right. Try us for some of your i I Drug Wants I and know the satis- faction there is in being right. Prescription Specialists i, I, lirUI, Mgr. tlic purpose of building and equipping a school house. Hawden, oi Kingston., Qnt., cousin ot tlic Bawdeu brothers of this city, arrived in the city lost night and will likely locate here. W. Hough who caused the police to have -doubts as to his sanity yester- day appeared before Magistrate Hum- phries yesterday and was given three months for vagrancy. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco at the Lyceum. Porter has taken out a per- mit to build an addition, to the Ar- lington Hotel at a cost of G. A. Peat will build a small resi- dence in Xorth Ward. Supt. J. S. Lawrence and Division al Engineer HcLeod of Medicine Hat are in the city today on official bus- iness. Among other things they will confer with the city engineer regard- ing the Smith St. spur track. Saats now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company i presenting the comic opera, "His i Highness the Bey." Box office open j from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. i The trench for the now eastern. JiorizGn.'thfi grey light" of tlie' morning dawn spread over the city, gradually increasing in brightness until thft lull glare of the rising sun dispelled the clouds and shadows, and it was broad daylight in the groat "city of yesterday." Then was pictured the approach of evening, and San Francisco was shown as it appeared in the early hours of night, all lit up, and one could almost hear the busy hum of activity of the great Pacific seaport, and imagine the moving crowds of people in the streets. As the hour grew later the moon rose and shed her pale light over the sleeping city. Suddenly the earthquake broke the stillness with a deafening fire broke oat, the clang" of tire en- gine gongs was heard, and flames rosii-high in the air, lighting up the whole city with its lurid jjlare. Then came the crash of falling -walls, ox- plosions, and the roar of. the great conflagration. Finally the fires died jcut, leaving in the the ruins of what had baen oiLe-..of the most picturesque o? American cities. Prof. Armand sings and lectures in description oi the scenes f as tht-y change." 4 Sets of 200 PIECES Each Piece yds. Long Price Each 80c As these come ill-four pieces of: a pattern, they can together, making a fine Bedroom Rug at a -fraction of the regular price. Sample Shirts for Men and Boys 200 SAMPLES, all in excellent-condition, most of them huv'e been handled. They ccme in sateen, oxford and ttanneletto colors, in a big assortment of patterns. All have soft QCp In 7Cp about half price each, From...... lull 111 I uu v Grey Union Flannels Underpriced Dark Grey Union Flannels. 27 inch wide, a regular at per-yard............................ 1 NOBBY AN D N ladies' and Gents' Slippers F tftty All and THE FOOT TOGGERY WESTMINSTER GUILD. The inemlx-rshlp of the Guild wus vveli reprtisenU'd in numbers and at church last even- AfSpecial Purchasebt 300 yds. All Wool Panama- Dress Goods, extra "width, 50 inqhj bright finisli colors luHvy, cardinal, brown, green and black. Great vatue at per yird..................... Bargains All Over the Store but Cash Buying and Casb Selling can make these prices ing, when the program .was conduct- ed, by the Missionary Committee. Miss .McClure >.was in the chitFT and after the opening hymn and prayer by Rev.' A. M. Qprdon, Mr. Fred Rose opened the program 'with a short PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE Class Instrumental Recital BY THE HAYDH CONCERT PARTY Tuesday Next, Dec, 1 In Wesley Church ARTISTES SopraM Miss Ursob Arcker Pupil of- Win. Shakespeare Cwtralto iissCisste Sim Of the London Liverpool Concerts Baritone Ir. Arirew Of the Toronto Concerts Sole Violin Mr. Eraesl F. U PupHof P. Blachford Esq. Solo Pianoforte uA Accoapaiists Miss JESSIE Ms. ALBERT ELY Plan atHigiubotharn's Store Prices of Adnissiwi SOc ad 7Sc sketch" of the life and work ot. Dr. uciuda of the ChineBii Mission.; Mr. Ely, accompanied by Mrv JUtyton, sang very acceptably the old hyinn, Toun- try's Voice is after which Miss Mackay read Dr. GreufeU's de- scription of his miraculous trip, with dog and Romatik, over the ice-floes last Easier. "The Preain_ 'of Para- disti" was rendered by Mr. Cope, with Mi. Ely as accompanist. After a short discussion of aims and syg- teumtic'giving to missions and the general schemes of the church, Mis3 Link was apjxnnted treasurer of the missionary department, and the meet- ing closed with the benediction. Any quantity, o; Prices right. Highest cash >prices "paid for HIDES AND! fai Street, iw tls IHB f I. IU H! PMtt HI I _._.; Auction Sale on Friday, Nov. 27th J AT G. WADDTNGTON will Sell by Auction at the .Mart, 410 ROUS) 'STREET, a quantity Useful HousefefeW FURNITURE (mostly new) including Bureaus and Stands. Beds, Springs and Mattresses. Kitchen Tables, C-heifomers, Beckers, Kit- chen Chairs, etc., and a quantity of Enamelled "Wa re. NOW'ON VIEW AT THE MART SEE OUR WINDOWS Keen took keen Prices j .Are guaranteed if yon will give us a call AYR BROS, Phone 75 PO.Box27 MM LOST. mount and one lent of pair r.f ore-glasses. Reward for-l n-tuni to iler.jld office. 292-1 Hudson's Bay .store and North Ward, a silver for return to Hudson's T3ay! Store-. 202-ii' Seats orv sate at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic "His Highness the Box office open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. _. I LOoT collie pup, whito patch force mainjon; rewfm{ for int-ormatioi1 L WHAT NEWNESS MEANS is being dug and the work has pro- gressed sufficiently to start vard_ o-ing to rt.oovr.ry. Apply j. 292-6 The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU the pipe. The gang to put up jnew standpipe have not pnt in an j this city anJ [appearance yet. 1 I'.ow on ifniidav "The Web of by Robert E. a two Knowles, at Robertson's bookstore. skin, (fm.. ono L. 1C. Woodwrird of the Bank of pnir Parcel carrtc'l Commorco staff has lieen transferred jn a ?t[ baf'k vtrhich1. r to High River, his place here hft'ngI plfasc h-avu fit E. C. Baipori' takon by G. Trigps of Pinrher Crock, j elevator ant' reward. liemotniicr the Icrp year dance at'______________________________________ the TVno-.i on Wednesday. 292-2 Seats now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday I night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic opera; "His ROOMS TO RENT. ROOMS TO Comfortable and board for {wo familv: no other boarders. li quirt Highness the Bey." Box office I Library P.Wk. near R.'anvl from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Songs of a Sourdough i 11 linter Co, ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Mak Yard Ntrtfc if Track CLOTH CLOTH, ILLUSTRATED LEATHER 11.50 i J. J. JOHNSTON grescription Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS ALL alisolutfly new and ;i avticU: is mi our M lu'ii yuii sn't> tliink of what it rjK'.irtS to >ou yuu can buy ;ui article tluit just boon for tho pny for sliop- onr stock will prove our McKeown Hard- Bay Hampers arc becoming indispensable for appropriate Christmas Tlu-ro arc certain conditions under which one of these hampers will more acceptable than any other remembrance, and the recipient will bless you for your thonghtfulnoss. It has been impossible to improve the quality of the hamp- contents, but we have endeavored to make such an assortment that a suitable selection will not be difficult. Leave your orders now. I 1 Doz. Oranges 1 ft. Table Raisins 6 !bs. Apples 1 Ib. Fancy Mixed Biscuits 1 Bax Son 1 Tin Piurn 1 BoUle Native Port 1 BoUle H.B.C. 7 eld Rve Hamper No. 2 1 Bottle 7 Year Rye Special Sctidi Pale Brwdy PwtWiM OidSWrry Caret Beer Hamper No. 3 IBtttieTYearOURye 1 Special Pak Bnri? 1 Special Scildi 1 1 OUSJKTTT 1 OUPtrt 1 Jamaica Rn GkttlesBeer 1 Iti HarKierite Cigars (25) ware Company Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK 's Bay Stores ;