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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta T Pfttt DUt TO ALU TRAINtt Windsor tttt fcuy Hotel In WHEN IN LETH1RIDQI The Dallas Hotel it the lest A Most Convtnltnt to Stay Winter Sporting Goods ire" read} and waiting your selecting. We have prepared for big selling and offer you -exceptional rallies in all lines. Gorne and mate" early selections and thus hare best picking BOBB SKATES For, little boys and girls who are just learning to per pair ........50c SPRING SKATES Per pair HOCKEY SKATES For boys and girls, per to Regal Pat, pair Luriirs Pat, Velox Pat., pair Tube, pair HOCKEY STICKS For boys Practice ..........40c-50c Professional .........75c Mart Hoover Goal Sticks SKATE STRAPS Pair 15c 20c ELECTRIC TAPE Roll.......... .10c HOCKEY. PUCKS 25c WOOD COASTERS Each :.......50c, 60c, 75c Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Phone 762 o. Box 670 We Give Special Attention to Mail Orders have unpacked' a shipment of ENGLISH CHINA Call and see this for yourself. We are selling these. goods at very low prices. The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Gro Fruit and Cnwkery Phent 1458 FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS Put up in Sealed Tins thereby "retaining: the genuine sea flavor. Are muck superior to the ordinary oysters in bulk. We have regular shipments -'arriving, all .solid meats, and a very nice size. V Family size, price per tin, ____ T...- ........50e Large size, price per tin, ..I.., 90c GOOD COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 523- HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Have OUR BULK SWEET GHERKINS AND DILLS UNO RAISINS CURRANTS DRAINED PEELS Shelled Walnuts, Almonds, etc. Apples by the box. Eating and Cooking Ci i i raddock V mer THIRD AVi.8, FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 SHERLOCK 1LDO. SHOPPING 'From now until Snas Our Store Will Be Open ETery Evening Our stock is complete and you can get..-what presents" Trant at mural's BOOH NtW Whitnty Bltck First door west Union Bank ttr Unrftrwtitf Phone 1265. SEALS AND TAGS Malve vbur sifts w beautiful. Let every Xrnas pack- age be distinct and refect your person- ality. Those seals and Xrnas tags en- hance the Xmas spirit and give your gift an added senti- ment. ALBERTA DKUG CO. A. B. Rtptey, Mgr. Phone 772 CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS The time to shop is now, "be-' the crowd comes. The place to shop is -at our store, which we '.hare made head- quarters for' XMAS GIFTS "We present this, year the largest assortment of ..practi- cal HOLIDAY GIFTS in our history. You simply cannot come into our store without finding- something at once appropriate --and satis- factory." Toilet Manicure Sets, Military Brushes, Smokers' Needs "We only ask you' to have a look. TAe J, D. JCo.ltJ Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and bay Telephone 322. Night Bell on Front Door NO. CITY AND DISTRia Thomas Cascaden. left the city yss- jterday on a business trip to Naaton and Calgary. H. A. Driggs and Neil HcLachlan returned last .night from a trip to CJreat Falls. UIGALS Call 656, tut Lethbncljt Service for quick messagb ind -bag- gage delivery.. Office ;5W7 Crabb St. Wnen in -want. of clotning and gent's furnishings at the lowest- prices in .the city call at the Leth-bridge Clothing Store.. near the C. F.' R. depot. Call at the Herald office. and see the range of Christmas greetings.. First- coniej first .choice. Range is limited 286-0 Cak up Crown Cleaners, coniw oi Redpath md Burdett oppo- site Methodist ekurck. 474. A. conversazione .trill be held in. the Caledonian Hall for Caledonians and friends on Thursday evening at 8.30, 296-vi. PRESERVING'LUMBER is nW o'ccupying a great deal of attention. It's a good thing. -FIRST.CLASS .LUMBER is getting so scarce that .some dealers do not have any at all. We -have plenty, however. _We make a specialty of handling only hlgH-grade stuff, -which, ,-wise dealers will tell you, is really the cheapest 'f RIVERSIDE LUMBER co. V; FORMERLY SOUTHMfeBERTA Ptone 454 li YOU CAN HEAT YOUR HOME MOST CONVENIENTLY AND lECONOMICALLY WITH THE TREASURE IS BUSINESS GOOD1 YES. Our clerks are busy all day. Our delivery wagons are on che GO 10 HOUKS EACH DAY. WHT1 Because our heating stoves ire built for the business of heating, and the material and .vorkmanship are the finest ever put in A STOVE. You require one. Why not get it now? Our men will set it up for you. .We have all sizes of Treasure Oaks and it is a pleasure to us show them and point out their qualities. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd: Wo ship out of town dally. .-THE -WEATHER Try a. box of-'Lehdice cut flowers. from-Geo. Taylor's: Sure to-please you or your friends, per box up. Free green with all. cut flowers .Phone 675.'P. 0. Box ;1353: Amateur '-photographers can" secure something .nifty for -mounting .-small pictures for Christinas at tie Herald Office.-., 2S6rO -Kv.erybody: is. saving, money by buy- ing clothing anil .gent's; furnishings at the 'store. _, CITr AND DISTRICT Kteith and Till'ey say the real tate business is getting active, all the cneaper lines'being picked np quietly, th prospects- of higher prices in the early spring. The eight-day-old. child .of Mr. and airs. John William Lelliott died yes-- terday. The funeral was'held at 2.30 o'clock this afternoon from the family home to 620 Bartlett street, Rev. w. V. McMUlen of St. Cyprian's church officiating. Tne close season for elk, which ex- pired on the first day of November, has v. jrdrecast: Western. .Projlnces, fair, arid continued cold. ng on the Lerhbndge-Weyburn line eilc after the first day of December t'lAtlflOtr T-i Any person who honts, traps, takes, snoots at, wounds or kills any elk af- ter the above mentioned 'date will be liable to the penalties mentioned in tbe Game Act on Monday through the Alberta Realtj Kxcnange. City Assessor Meech is absent from jhis office today, being confined to his jnome with a slight attack of the grippe, A branch of the Imperial Bank of (Canada has been opened-at Porcupine, J Unt., under the management of w! JBourke, formerly of Gowgand.a and i -Cobalt brancnes. One of the large wholesale produce nouses of tne city ..states that their, i business has doubled within the past I year. Kemember the great -band festival and social in the Salvation Army nail on Thursday, Dec. 1st. Proceeds to- i wards the officers' quarters. Chair I taken at eight o'clock. Come in crowds. CITY AND DISTRICT Mi-si -W." Shaw, .Sixtii--street-south, with Master Arnold and Miss Gertie, leave tonight for the east .They will spend two or three x months visiting Mrs. Shaw's relatives in' Toronto and c-ueiph., ...-_. paid the usual first of- fence penalty of ?3" and "costs-at the police court- this two of mem, one arrested by Sergit. Lamb and the other -by'Sergt. Silliker, en- gaged in a strenuous fight in the Coal- dale restaurant at a late hour last night. a vagrant 'with the; ear marks of being a very bad egg, was sentenced to .fifteen .days' im- prisonment by Magistrate Ball this morning for stealing "a ride- from th? P. R. lie was arrested by Detective Sergt Egan last Highland further en- quiries are being made" into his past CITY AND-DISTR1CT The complaint of three men against the -0nion. jE .ported, .in -Herald- was set- tled amicably yesterday afternoon by tne., new proprietor providing with, all-winter jobs entirely to "their satisfaction: -riii. M. and' W. A, Whiddington, arch- Sherlock block, nave fouria it necessary itoihave their offices enlarg- ed, consequently the. partition separat- ing their suite" of- offices'- and 'the ad- Joining. suite; is bei-ngftakea' out; giving tneni double room. PRESIDENT'S LIFE ATTEMPTED of an alleged criminal attempt upon the life of of'the Greek cabinet .was received .at-the Grtek le- gation. The despatch says that the alleged attempt, was made "by trying to derail a train in which he was trav- elilng in Thessaly when on a campaign tour. A Heavy iron rail liad been plac- ed across the tracks, but the train did not leave the rails. GETS TWELVE YEARS LOOK SHARP! SEE OUR LINE OF kTLERY. j '.ROCHON'S CAFE Menu tempting and satisfying Our special lunch- eon is popular. Try it Best ice cream and excel-in "quality GIVE'A BOOK! Many persons "who ask ad- vice as to what they shall give their friends mas Gifts. "Why not give a Vvre have a large assort- ment of books published dur- ing 1910. Some are bound in handsome leather covers, making very acceptable Christmas presents. See our large assortment of Christmas Autograph Station- ery. T'ni? srvie, high quality and price will delight yon. .in. Jackson S Cope Prescription Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON Sherlock Block Phone 1232 Toronto, Nov. Me- Auley, -who attempted to ex- tort from John C. Eat- on by. aid of a blackhand let- ter, was sentenced to twelve years at __ Kingston -by Mag- is trate Dennison. McAuley demanded that the money be left in a lavatory of the King Kdward Hotel. Eaton turn- ed the letter over to the po- lice who nabbed McAuley when he lifted the wad. The claimed insanity. WE SELL CUTLERY THAT IS SHARP TO BEGIN WITH AND WHICH IS WELL TEMPERED AND WILL STAY SHARP. WE DO NOT. HOWEVER. USE SHARP PRACTICE WITH THOSE WHO GIVE US THEIR TRADE AND "PALM OFF" ON THEM A POOR GRADE OF HARDWARE. WE "KNIFE" PRICES WHEN WE FIRST MARK OUR GOODS. w Co. OUR BEST RECOKD Our record' for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square deal is one that we have a right to-be proud of. That's our only .YOUR pat- ronage. "We will give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that is about all anybody can do. When you" want a 'few boards, or some, lath, shingles sash, doors, or building mat- erial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get o.ur prides That Is 'all we get our prices. II we cannot show you tho advantage ir buying from us, then don't buy from ug. iogerc-CunnlnjjIran Inter Company, ACADIA SLOCK Yam, 4ft Alexandra Hotel E BEST IN THE WEST In Equipment and Service So said a travelling man. Cafe in connection. meets :all trains. European Plan. JV; Proprietor. F ancy Goods Dept. We nave naw arriving daily some- thing new in tne season's Latest Novelties CUSHION COVERS Tapestry, all sizes..................T. and 50c Samamha- and 80c Tinted Covers ..........................30c, 50c and 60c Lithograph ................................................25c NECK POJCHEVG A large assortment just, received. Chiffon and Net Euchings, various colors.....................................25c box Chiffon Ruchings, by the yard 25c and 30c The new Paisley Pattern. VALENCIENNES LACES The largest and-best assortment in the city. All prices from, per yard CKOCHET SCARFS This season we have bought heavily, in this line, anticipating a big run, and. so far, we have not I sen disappointed. These are in different shapes in a large Variety" of shades. Prices ranging from ..................................60c to CHIFFON SCARFS Many sizes in exauisite Persian and floral.designs 80c to HAND BAGS New shap'es in many fancy leathers, strong1 and a verv suitable Xmas gift to 50 Stamped Linen HAT PINS GALORE Oxydlzed.Metal, Pearl and to 50c FANCY LINENS This is one line in which we excell. Many, shapes and patterns too numerous to mention. Call and inspect o.ur stock. NOVELTY NECKWEAR New Penian Bows with Jabot attached; Silk and Lace Collars All at lowest possible prices. RAINBOWS OF RIBBONS If k ;