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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL SampU Rooms In Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When In Lethbridge IS THE DALLAS" HOTEL Skates We have a complete line FROM 50c Buy a of double runner skates for the children to learn on. ONLY 50 cents. P.O. BOX The Store of Quality TO SPECIALS FOR TODAY in fruits and vegetables: Oranges 35c, 40c, 50c doz. Bananas 40c doz. Grapes 2 Ibs. for 35c. Cranberries, 15c. Carrots, 2 1-2c. Beets, 2 1-2c Ib. Turnips, 2c Ib. Cabbage, 2c Ib. Celery, special. I0c. Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 2i. Prompt Delivery Just received direct from Edinburgh, Scotland, 200 boxes of Ferguson's Celebrated i EDINBURGH ROCK Candy, all flavors. Special price of 40 cents per tin on these high-class goods. (.i) DELIVERY I1 PHONE 62 XMAS NUMBERS OF I English Magazines 1 Now arriving. Get 9 your in early ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE 261 j} New Block Afvnti for Underwood Typ wriUr y A BAG I I i I Ladies' hand Bags in leather and chain designs have attracted much atten- tion in our store. If you have a gift in mind be sure to get one. You'll see dozens and doz- ens at our store and every price will suit you. DlbeftaOrygandBookCo. Prescription Specialists 1.1. lirUT, Mgr. LETIIliKE o i ii Photo- Mailers Are a neat cardboard en- velope for mailing photos, large cards, etc.. and are ca- pable of carrying these with- out injury. They are cheap and just the thing for Xmas cards or the family group. For sale at HipbotlianiSCo.Ltd. Family and Dispensing ChemistB. Telephone 49. NiglW THE WEATHER. Edmonton, fair Calgary, clear fair Medicine Hat, clear Regina, cloudy Winnipeg, fair 38 56 GO 56 43 36 26 26 27 40 34 28 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been fair and quite mitd, especially, so in Alberta and southern Saskatchewan where the temperatures reach :50 degrees ail over. fair and mild, turning colder on Wednesday. Saskatchewan and fair Tuesday, turning colder, local snow flurries. HAY AND FEED FOR SALE 1 x I Three Qualities of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw for Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY I __---------i I vTwTw In every Style and Description for the Snow or Mud whichever comes; also Ji Heavy Gum Rubbers and City Boots NELSON GOW RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 Nominate a Candidate for the Herald Contest as a candidate in THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Voting Gonteat. Signed Address Cut out this blank, send it to The HeraV with your name, or the name and address of your favorite cand -late. The names of oeople making nominations will not be divijged if so requested. I I I I i o o i I I The Heating Stoves Fast But we have just received another car Why are our stoves such favorites The quality and the price make them the best value in the city. Call and look them over. It will pay you. McKeown Hardware Co. "We Ship out of Town Daily." Ltd. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong will not re- ceive tomorrow Mrs. Adam Link will receive on Wednesday, Dec. 1st, and afterwards on the 2nd Tuesday. C. S. Morse, of the C.P.R. general freight department, returned to the city from Calgary this morning. D.D.G.M., H. J. Smith of Pincher Creek visited Lethbridge Lodge of A. F. and A. M. last evening. He will visit North Star Lodge tomorrow ev- QEO. N. McLEAN General Cartage All kinda of teaming done satisfactorily. Coal delivered C. 0. D. f24 Glyn St Phone >3I BUY ROGERS- CUNNINGHAM LUMBER Quality Right r Prices Right Rogers-Cunningham j Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 Et.jt Ymrd, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Block Have you secured your seats for "The Truth" yet. Allen Players at the Lyceum tonight. H. J. Skeith and Mrs. Skeith re- turned to the city yesterday after- noon from an extended visit to the coast. They will occupy A. S. Bow- man's house on Crabb Street. Rev. G. S. Gale, Anglican Mission- ary among the Indians, is bringing his fife and drum band to the city to give a concert in St. Augustin's Hall Thursday evening. The boys were trained by Mr. Gale and should be v a full house. CITY AND DISTRICT The Western Grocery Store, in the new Donnan Block will open for busi- ness tomorrow with a complete stock of dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes. Remember the prices at the Eureka are always the same and the show always good. Prices 15c. 25c and 35c. Mrs. Mark White will hold her an- j nual parlor sale of hand made fan- cy work at her home at 504, Corner i Court-land and Round Streets, next i Thursday, Dec. 2nd, any time during I the day or evening. 895-4 j. Indian Fife and Drumm Band at 1st. Augustin's Hall Thursday even- ing. Tht' Lethbridge Jewelry Co. open their new wholesale and retail jewel- j ry store in the Sherlock Block, Crabb St., tomorrow, when the public are invited to visit the store. Mrs. A. V. Lang and family, who i have been living in Lethbridge for several months returned to Frank j this afternoon. j Well you see those per- forming birds at the Eureka? They i do anything but talk and some do Macleod Bros, will occupy their j new store in the Alberta Block, i Round St., on .Dec. -ith. In the meantime their great removal sale goes along giving the greatest bar- gains in gent's furnishings the city i has ever seen. i The Lyceum Concert "Co. gave a j splendid concert in Westminster j Church last- night. The artists had j a pleasing programme and every num- ber was greeted with loud applause r.ecessitatiag the return of the per- j former. Quite a large crowd greet- j ed the performers and splendid atten- i Uon given every number. Say. did you see Verna Felton as "Zaza'' last night. She was great, j 'You'll see her in an entirely different jrole tonight in "The Truth." Lyceum 8.30. ANo aBd The funeral of the infanu son of Mr. j Elevato, Co bave taken- offiees in and Mrs. Steeve Ponch was-held this j afternoon from Addison's -Undertak- j ing Parlors to the Catholic j Cemetery. The child was ".-three J. H. RILEY VICTIM OF SERIOUS ACCIDENT months of age. TT Madam 'Marzella's Birds are; at .The many friends oE J. H. Klley, Eureka this week only. The' ruler and bookbinder for the vaudeville act ever seen in Leth- j stationery Co. of this city, bridge, j will regret to learn of a serious ac- C. R. Henderson, of in the, cWent that befcll him last week. He city today. working as a brakeman on the The devotional meeting of the West J c.p.R. between Medicine Hat and minster Guild was held last -evening Moosc jaw. 'in the course of his in the basement of Knox church, T.; Avork 'he was coupling up some cars, S. McKenzie had charge of the'meet-j and gapping from was] ing. struck by an engine which he appar-{ Tonight is your fast chance to see' mtly did not notice coming. His] Mpon-Strupk at the Eureka. Don't 1 head was badly injured and he is now miss lt- _ i suffering from concussion of the brain. J The case of Kane vs. the C.P.R. j j for payment of damages which was j to'have been tried at the district j POLICE COURT j court this morning adjourned the police-court this morning; till -Tan. 25th, 1910. The adjourn, j of Arthur Lcssard for sell-, ed case of Bathe vs. Ericson claiming Jin- liquor to an Indian ..was adjourn- Please trim carefully around border VOTING COUPON Void after December 8. 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's PRIZE VOTING CONTEST FOR Address. When filled out and received at Contest Headquarters before expiration of date above. Take in the concert at St. Augus- j tin's Hall Thursday evening. I "How can they put on a production like that at such low was heard on all sides last night during the production of "Zaza." Allen Play- ers tonight at the Lyceum in "The Truth." damages for a horse will be continued till next Friday afternoon, tomorrow. I -Iohn Kelsey, who was arrested on Gus Neidig and wife have just re-! a charge of theft preferred by H. turned from Macleod and leave again j Bowman, had a claim of wages ag- on train lor a grand masquer ainst the company represented by Mr. ade ball to be given at Grassy Lake, Bowman. on Dec 1st 'Gus has added about; A settlement was arrived at and an another twenty-five new suits and i order given for payment of wages ac- now has about ninety masqueraede! cording to the same, both parties to costumes and is open to ship to any j share costs. Kelsey, was represent- part of Alberta. w- c- 'Simmons. The theft L. N. McEwt'u, jeweller, has leased j char-o against him was adjourned c-d-the shop formerly known as theitm Saturday. North Ward Harder Shop, and will! The case against- Griffin, abas have it fitted up .for his own use. A i Smith, was also adjourned on ac- new front will be put in as soon as count of the absence of Mr. Harris, possible. Meantime a nice stock of -the counsel'for the prisoner. The waiciu-s, docks, and jewelry is order- j trial will heard a week from -to- I'd and will be on sale before long. (lay- "The Truth" has been described by j one critic as "a play for life and com-j Many school children suffer from edy for all." Allen Players. Lyceum constipation, which is often the cause tonight. of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham- k_____________________________. _ j berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets r-. an to gjve a child, for they are mild and gentle In their effect, and will cure even i chronic constipation. Sold by all j druggists. Savoy Roasters Save Time and Money Pastry Cutters and Pans; in fact, every- thing to prepare your Christmas Dinner Hayr Bros. I I I i i Thousands Of XMAS CARDS AND BOOK- LETS now displayed in our shop and windows for your inspection. Your needs can be sup- plied from these pretty cards with little effort. We have all the newst and prettiest designs. We recom- mend that you pick out what you want soon as they are already going fast. People's Drug Store NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist St OptirFsr. Phone 445 Night Bell t T I X 1- I T t t T x T t P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 ii I! "The to _be presented at the Lyceum tonight is distinctly novelty in dramatic production. Prices 25c. 50c, 75c. Lame back comes on suddenly and is extremely painful. It is caused by rheumatism of the rnuscles. Quick relief is afforded by Applying Gham- berlain's Liniment. Sold by all drag- Make Your Choice Early We are displaying some very pretty Calendars and Motto Cards that are attracting a good deal of attention. These are imported HOOK'S from England nnd the price is very low. J- X Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST Snamel Ware the Jfttchen A high grade article at a reasonable price. Canada Enamel Ware has many advantages over the ordinary ware. Three coats of enamel over a heavy steel base Will not crack or chip with ordinary use. Every piece lined with white enamel, absolutely pure. No pigments in it that can possibly injure the food while cooking. Let us show you this ware, and you will be con- vinced that it is high in quality and low in price. Co. out of town, write Brook Bond Tea AND Carr's Biscuits DEMONSTRATION AT The GOOD Co.'s Store All this week. Step inside arid have a cup of tea free. Special prices on this famous tea while the Demonstrator is here i I 1 i i ;