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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta A IL.....4.- ft .VVHKN IN'LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel It the Bett A. Moct Convenient ?lact to Stay m j Several parties., out- to. ,t.he Local i Ia.kcs hunting-yester-day, but IQW Qurries, but rnostlv fair and ;iie returned-without seeing 42 24 44 10 52 27 have been a snow flurries. ;enerally the weather over. the fair and flurries, but inoclerat-elv cold. CITY AWD .DISTRICT Rev. T. P. Fcrrf. Calgary yesterday afternoon to attend the an- nual convention of the Alberta Ep- Avorth League andHne Provincial Sun day School Association. Fred. W. Dcurner .feaves c-n Nov. tions are written to suit your indiridual require- ments. We com- pound -sr-eiy- pre- scriptionln a scien- tific and-indiYidual --way. ''That's why Lyou get results when we fill them. Prescriptioa Specialists ,1 BIRR, LE71IB8i86E Today being All- Saints Day, the Dominion? Land's Office is closed. Jack Blair came'in irom his farm near Dayton, on ibis morninp-'s train. Ray Knigh-t, of Raymond, and Joe Peters, of CardsKm, are in the citv todav. .Lt.-Ool. Pugmire, territorial social secretary of the Salvation Array of Canada and Major Morris, provincial- secretary, will visit Lethbridge, on Nov. llth. Tn the evening Lt.-Col. Pugmire Trill give a "thrilling! lecture in the Army Citadel, Fifth street, en- :'Lifc Within Prison ATalls." jRobert Ernest Isaac Anderson, 27, died in the city on Sunday from trouble. Deceased -was a" single man and had been engaged for some i10th on a casioned by'the recent death of his mother. He will 'only spend two weeks in England and vrill ,.be back in by Dec. 24.. Celi Maude Young, aged 25 years, Tvife of James Young, a C.P.R. en-, died yesterday from dropsy j a soose or siring a1 shot McDonald, irrigator at the A. I. Co.'s home 'farm has sent east to Pembroke, Ont., for his "wife and family, and expects them to Stephen B. agent, returned home yesterday with "Mrs Mitchell from the Mrs. Mitch- ana Mr. J. E. Lsthhridge and K. D. J. Johnston, returned this morning from their two weeks' hunting trip in the Milk Itiver Ridge country. They had a splendid time and brought'back good bags of same. The new street numbering sicns from which she has been ailing for -were much appreciated sometime. The funeral t a ves -place parties. Many a worth v' citizen thi morning aftier sporting Stanley A. Buchanan. Grassy Lake, in Lethbridg? as a- fruit salcs- with lus man. His iome Milt-on, Ont., and he came to Lethbridge some time ago from The funeral took place vcsterday afternoon from Fetterlyrs Un-der-akir.g parlors to Knos church. and the public cemetery. Rev. A. M. the fcvidav period brother, IV. A. Buchanan. R- Long, C.P.R. cashier, r-e- tunsed Friday from a month's trip to Niagara and other Ontario towns. E- J- Cook is spending a few riavs VV.UH.-LL-J..V in Caiman- visiting his daughter, Sliss Gordon conducting the "services Ella, and attend ins the sessions of; _____ the SunrSay School Convention. A spi-cial meeting of the ciiycoun-j ed will held tomorrow night to: consider tenders for the purchase of (icfa. nturcs. J Mr. Justice Simmons has instruct- ed F. Waddingion Co. to sell his residence and three lots on Ashmrad street, by public auction, and to roy the conditions of payment, we should imagine that they will have no difficulty in- finding a buyer. Lots in this part of the town are eagerlv being sought after for .business pur- poses. this afternoon from Fetterly's Un- dertaking parlors to the 'public ccme- tery. j Clarence Lowther, Mrs. Lowther and their son, Second avenue, Mrs. S. C. Bent, returned -ycsteraav from aj visit to their old homes in 'Nova Sco- tia, which extended over four months Miss Jennie Lawrence, of Soutbamp- ton, N. S.; returned with them for a j few weeks. THE LATEST ADDITION TC OUR CAFE MENU; SOUP Cold Roast Pork Cold Ham T. Bone Steak Sirloin Stsali Pork Chops Mutton Chops Roast Beef, B. G. Cold Roast Turkov Cold Roast Chicken Head Cheese any style Oysters, Fried Stew Cocktail Lobster Salad .Veal Loaf Cold Roast Veal Cream Salad We wish to thank our many customers and friends for their patronage extended 'the firm of Johnston Jackson. J. J. JOHNSTON SYDNEY JACKSON The business conduceted by Johnston Jacksoii, has been purchased by Sydney Jackson and Percy Cope and will be continued under the firm name of Jackson Cope. solicit a continuance of your valued patronage. acksoiitCope Sherlock Block Phone 1232 a half hour searching for his frout found it j suspended on a street sign a block or the place where it usuallr hangs. Tue Lethbridge Cigar Factory, H Cunningham.' proprietor, have aharvd- some display in the windows of R Wallace's Tobacco store on Fifth St Tho display consists of bundles of raw leaf from which Duke's Pcrfecto cigars and the other brands manufac- .turcd, are made up, a back- ground oi boxes of the completed ar- ticle. BORN 316 Ernest Street, Lethbridge, en Thursday, October 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelwig, a son. UNI ESS YOU BUY HIGH GRADE KITCHEN THINGS THEY ACT BADLY AND ARE SOON WORN OUT. IN WHATEVER YOU BUY IT PAYS TO BUY ONLY THE BEST- OUR KITCHEN HARDWARE, AND HARDWARE FOR ALL KINDS OF USE. IS TKE VERY BEST, WE DO NOT SELL GOODS FOR LESS THAN THEY .COST US. Agne w Co. Some men live in a shack long after they can afford a good, comfortable home. The trouble usually is, that they have an exaggerated idea of the cost of a new house-and never take the tro.uble to find If the eye of some shack- dweller falls upon this ad. we want him to come in and talk with us about the cost of a good house.. We arc positive- ly certain that the figures will be much smaller.than he ex- low, in fact, that many a proud man who is keeping his family in a miser- able excuse for a home, would decide that he could easily af-' ford to build. YOU CAN HEAT YOUR.HOWE- v MOST CONVENIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY" VviTH THE" OAK. TREASURE IMPROVEMENTS IN HEATING STOVES THE IMP'ERIAL OAK BASE BURNER is the very latest Base.Burn- er in the zuiarket. 'It's a, lit- :le in advance of all- other makes of Base Burners and get peri'ect satisfaction in" heating yo-xir you must aave a p'orfect working HEATING STOVE It is a pleasure'to 'us 'to show large and wKV assorted., stock. The are 'such' that they come' within, the reXh of all. The McKeown Hardware Go. Ltd. We ship out of town dally. GOOD! WE .WILL LET IT BEST UNTIL OUR 'GOOD; IS BETTER AND CUE BETTER BEST.- It is not enough that this shall be merely a "good" store, it must be in merchandise, best in assortments, best in liberality, of dealing in low prices, in the guarantee of satisfaction and service giving. NEW GOODS liiBiber Company, limits! ACADIA 2LOCK North Yard, Phont m our House Furnishing Department LINOLEUMS A splendid assortment of high grade linoleums, choice patterns prices ranging 75c to per yard FALL DRAPERIES The now-Georgian cloth in a number of very pretty designs Mission style. This is a very soft and dainty material for makina exquisite window 15c, 20c, 25c yard CUSHION TOPS GALORK Printed and Tapestry. Just the thing you're wanting Yours 20c each Alexandra Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Best service and equipment in the west CAFE IN CONNECTION between Winnipeg and the coast Terms moderate Under supervision of ON. THE BENTLEY CO., LTD Lethbridge's Popular Store THE PEOPLE'S STORE OF POPULAR ;