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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta mmm...... wmk� - - - THE PLACE TO STAY fflM_lR UtlkrMii II til MUM NTE HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. Box 67iD SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 The Store of Quality New Arrtvals Limburger Cheese Roquefort Cream Edam-Dutch � PHONE 21 B. BMDBEER & GO. Iticonors to NEUDII nUEl THE WEATHER. 11 .ethbridge. fair .................. 41 19 ' Kdinonton, clcnr............... 32 32 ('nlg�t>, clear............ ...... 38 18 Forecast-Southwest anil west wind fair nml milder todny nnd Snturdfty Sale Of Initial Tablets 'gular B.'jc Linen Finisli Tablets for 25c A Few Papeteries, regular 850, j'ours for 25c Five Quires Paper and o pkgs. Envelopes, your choice [or$l and $ 1^ 50 a lot Come Earlv ROBERieON'S BQQK STORE 1st Door West of Union Bank Phone 2SI Agents for Underwood  Typewriters. T Send a Lady a box of CHOCOUTES and you will please her. certainly   e Wo have just received our fresb XMAS supply. We carry LOWNEY'S GANONG'S PETER'S WEBB'S FRY'S J. 0. ilpbottiain&Co.Ltil. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk A surprise in store for you in the "City of Yesterday," at the Lyceu-n tonight. , Rev. W. O. W. Fortune nnd Mrs. j I'ortunc of Ked Deer nro in the city. Mr. Forttnie is scoretnry of the Al-licrla Tompernnco tuid !XIoral Reform Ixngue and will preach hero twice on Sunday in thf Baptist Church in the inorninK nnd in Knox Church i*n the cvoninff. The annual sale of cooking and fancy work will be held in the basC' ment of the Methodist Church on Tuesday, Dec. t, commencing at o'clock. I Careful ThinKing People Cin AND DISTRICT MID 1 Always bring their physicians' prescriptions to us to be I filled. We assure absolute satisfaction. Alberta Drug and Book Co. Prescriptioii Sptjoialists A. B. RIPLEY, Mgp. lETIIBRlflGE e�fl4�^��>r#�4�4��� : Tuesday. -------� o'clock.  j Ifrs. A. A. :\rcCune of Cnrdston is X I visiting in tlio rity today.  ' 'I". \V. Green i>i TMu^nitVi was iti the J : city yesterday on his wny liacli from  : I'ftlgary. J j The Book Store will have the Eye ^ ; Opener tomorrow afternoon. R, Sage. $ I A. K. Ueor got into tro\il)le again J ! last night and this morning paid the ' courts ?10 and costs. , A. \V. UlcnsdeU, of Fernie, �. C, was nnioiig tln' ;u'ri\ii1s in the city ; last night. The new charger lor the Gallopir-g , Major will arn^/e at the Lyceum '.o-i night at 7.45. I From four till six o'clock is thi-j time to enjoy a good cup of tea with i (lie Lit(lnd in Eng ! land for the workingnien. in Wales \ tiiiios are good. ' The annual sale of cooking and . fancy work will be held in the base-! ment of the Methodist Church on Dac. I, commencing at 3 WEEK CHANGE AT THE LYCEUM A Inrgo and appreciative audience gathe^ctl nt the I^yceum last evening to witness the new changes-^Professor Armand's introduction of the stars in the heavens and the moon rising behind and the introduction of the choir chanting "Xenrer My God Thee" on the final scene of the City of San Francisco lying in ruins made a decided impression on those present. Charlie Hell the up-to-date black face arti.st also made a decided hit with ne-w songs and now monologue as did Hazel Samon, the little sou Iirctto in her love ditty to the audience with the assistance of her mW rror. T..ast, liut not least, we must not forget "The Galloping Major." jntro ducing his new charger, whom kept in admirable control before the footlights as the management got badly scared for fear he would back over the city of San Francisco. Next Monday night the National Op era Co. presents His Highness the Boy and seats are selling so fast that we are afraid our acconnnodations will be small for the crowd. On Tues ilaj' evening the .groat I.nXaiTu and company presenting their Palace of -Mysteries and Xornine Mills, the girl with her nnrror-opens the vaudeville prograinnie for the week. Tlion.' .'.honUI not lio u Vacant, seal at lhi> toncni-1 tu he given in Weslo.v Chuirh nuxt 'J'uosila.v evening by thi' ll.i.viln Ciimcrt Co. 'I'lic arti.stsoom-prisinf.'- tlil.s conip.iii.v :irf' llu> best in The people of I.elhbridge 'should giM' the i'oncerl a most liberal jialronage. as all the eontribut-i'ls iiie le.siileat.s of this i'it.v. Professor Armand gives you some-tiling new in 'he "City of Yesterday" tonight at the Lyceum. Seats now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic op:ra, "His 'Highness the Bey.".. Box office open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE CENSUS, 1908. Notice ip hereby given that on the !)Mi (lay of December, 1008, a census of the City of Iji^thbridpe will be tiiken. Form.-: will be left with nacli iioua(tlii)lder, and nin.st be. filled in (ill the imirning of (he yili Dijccmbor, 1903, when they will be called for III- iiiaileri to the chief of police. (S^'d.) \V. HKNDEUSON, 8-12 Mayor. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION TO Rl'iNT-G mom cottage. Addres.s Letlibridt'e Hox 410. 295-G We are showing the most up-to-date line in the city with valiies at regular prices you cannot get elsewhere in Bargain Sales . SATURDAY'S SPECIAL Boys' Ribbed Wool Hose, sizes from Sz to IQ. Prices range from 30c to SOc per pair THE FOOT TOGGERY A New Stock of BOYS' SUITS and OVERCOATS Just Opened Up STYLISH OVERCOATS Youths'Overcoats,.knee length, iu dark grey tweeds and vicunas, well-mado and lined. Sizes 32, 3H, 34, 35. Our price each..............................................$5.90 BOYS' OVERCOATS YOUTHS' SUITS Three piece. long pants. They conio in grey mixltiies and brown tweeds, single or double breasted styles, well lined nnd good fitting garments. Sizes 31 to 85. Price.........$6.9.S BOYS'THREE PIECE SUITS In medinni and dark greyfi, brown nnd green mixtures, short pants. Sizes 28 to 32. Prices..........$4.50 and ^5.50 FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS-We have a nine collection of stylish^Suits and Overcoats in prices from____$3.50 np to J5.00 FOR YOUNG MEN AND FATHERS-We have Overcoats at bargain prices. You can save from |2 to $5 if you buy your ' '  Coat from us " Knee length, medium and dark grey vicunas, a little gent's coat. Sizes 26, 28, 30. Each.......................$ryA6 The Cash Store A. MACDONALD & CO. WANTICD-Modern cottage preferably funiiiee heated. P. O. Rox MO. 205-6 QUALITY PRICE WE CA^^ GIVE vor BO Songs Of a Sourdougb IN :} BINDINGS Rogers-Cunningham lumtier Co. Ltd. Phones 2:5 and Vl:>, Main Yard � - North ol Track Office . - - - RedpalhSi.Wcsl CLOTH CLOTH, ILLUSTRATED LEATHER $L00 $1.50 $2.00 Put OtUwa In The Shade (Continued from Front Page.) speaker tonk occasion, to speak at length on the acknowledged evils of the hiihit upon the boys of the country. Tile rieniier, n.s UHuni, spoke eloquently iind to the point. He con-Ljrntulated the new members on their inuiden efforts, and acknowledged the references to himself. The justification 01 the Governmo'.it's policy, as .ihriwn in the recent election, was taken Willi .satisfaction. The Premier irrew eloquent tt.s he spoke of the inr coniinp population, and the duty of the Canadian people to assimilate theii) and make them good Canadians. The leader of the Opposition, speak-inf; brielly, prote.stod against the sitting of iiienibera in tite House who.so election wa.s not certain. The man-atr.'inent of the Grand Trunk Pacific caiiie in for criticism, anil the Hudson's liny Kailway was described as inii)racticalile. The decision of the Giivernmeiit to restrict legislation Ciiiue too late, as many of the iindo-.iirable class frere already in. Their policy had been against tlic interests of the woikingmnn. The propo.sal to amend tli. lOleetion .Vet was dealt with. Col. H. Whitiiiore, Minister of the Interior, moved the adjournment- of the debate. $12.50 8 I GREKT VHL-UBS IN J Suits and Overcoats Two more days for the public to have a chance fo purchase the finest musical instrument In Western Canada...Apply to G. A. Stevens, Biiou Hall. 294 3 J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS FOR SALE--South African Veteran Scrip While in the East I made arrangements for the handling of some 200 of these scrips, and am in a position to sell the same at the lowest possiblo figure. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK I I I I I Good serviceable, stylish, well-made Business Suits and Overcoats in such an immense variety of patterns and sizes to please and lit any man. Come m and let us show you these Suits and Overcoats at...........112.50, $15 and .fSO DETACHABLE FUR COLLARS FOR MEN Just the thing for that Cloth Overcoat of yours for the cc'.d wintry days. Prices..................$3, l-i, f5, $6 to i