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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL and Up to 9 iAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION The Lethbndge Daily Herald THE ro When ii Ittkbrldgi is tut BAIUS HOlil Cook Stoves and Ranges No, 7 Sunset No. 8 No. 9 Ranges at Special Prices for One Month The Kiel! P.O. BOX :PHONE 62 The Store of Quality Malaga Grapes The. first of the season, arrived today. Extra large size. The price same as the culinary kind. We can supply you with any quantity. Our Ontario winter apples are expected this sveek. THE GOOD CO. OHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Order Now I YOUR PRIVATE For Xmas and New Year select from mum's BOOISTOIIE 26 Ntw Whitn.y Block Afvntt for Underwood Typ writer for any possible drug store -want you have and leave J it to us to make just as careful se- t lection as make yourself. Phone orders are always delivered i i P 11 11 rush and cost you i no more. i i i 1 There Cannot Be Anything Better Than the Best, If was, Higinboth- am's would have it for you. That is our claim and we esert every effort to procure the best for our prescrip- tion department drug and sundry If you are a particular buyw, see our stock. "We pleasing the particular peo- ple daily. J. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Nijrlv PHONE 2] Geo. Kerr Co. Successors to Brad beer First UiliOK Sroeepy Store in City CITY AND DISTRICT The death of Hatfield occurred i yesterday at his" home near Barons j from the effects of a stroke of paraly- I sis. He was sixty-three years of age. The funeral will be held from his home tomorrow afternoon. Addi- I sons have charge oi the funeral ar- rangements. The prospectus of the Western Far- mers Elevator and Milling Co. pub- lished in today's issue, contains TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS We have everything in Men's JFine and Stylish Shoes in Barry, Regal and Hartt styles Before buying where see our THE Foot Toggery Halifax, Jf. .S., Nov. arrested in Nancouver on a charge of holding up a Canadian Express Ag cut at Truro, G. S., some months THE WEATHER. Edmonton, fair 54 Medicine Hat, clear 50 36 Winnipeg, clear............. 64 2B Port Arthur, cloudy, 4.2 Weather throughout the prairie pro- vinces has been continued fine and mild. West fair and mild to- day and on Wednesday. ago, and theft of a large amount of money, was arraigned before Magis- material mat ought to furnish con- irate Taylor 'today and remanded, siderable thought for the farmers and j Young Burgess, who is to be the in this district. No doubt j principal witness, gives no sig-n of all the available shares will be recognizing the prisoner as a brother bought up quickly. The scheme is a and the prisoner has not yet admit- j good thing for the farmers and is j ted his identity as such, sure to net a big per centage to the victoria, B. C., Nov. shareholders. A. G. Bell, Bow Is- der Smith, for' whose apprehension land, or Dallas Hotel, Lethbridge, is j a charge of arson in connection the provisional secretary and applica- J with the Okanagan Hotel in 1 1J A" which seven lives were lost, a reward of was offered, has been located by the police posse on his trail ac- cording to a telegram received by the attorney general. He disappeared on August 10th, during the progress of the inquiry. Victoria, B. C., Nov. C.P. R. announced this morning reduced passenger and freight rates to meet the cuts made by other steamship lines plying to Skagway, effective with the sailing of the Princess May cm November 8. The Princess Royal be withdrawn on arrival for the 38 i tions for shares should be made to BulletST Office him. The company propose to erect elevators between Taber and Medi- cine Hat and on the Lethbridge-Wey- burn line. CITY AND DISTRICT By request of a number of ladies and gentlemen a Quadrille Club will be formed under the name of the Leth bridge Citizen's Quadrille Club. Par- ticulars 622 Crabb St. T. S. Fet'terley has moved into his new undertaking parlors in .the Don- nan Block, opposite the Fire Hall. These parlors are the most up-to-date in Southern Alberta. Miss Driscoll aad Miss Dunn have, The officers elected for the ensuing Mrs. McKillop Was Honored The Lethbridge branch of the Can- adian Bible Society Held a meeting last night in the School room of Church. Rev. C. D. Campbell an interesting and instructive lecture on "the Bible in Print -and the 'work of the Canadian Bible Society; just arrived in the city, from Ottawa year are as follows: Pres. J- D- and are looking for a suitable loca-1 mbotbam; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. G. W. Whekn, Dr. G-albraith and Secretary. R. tion for carrying on an up-to-date dress-making establishment. R- E. Sherlock; A school for miners conducted by a IJ- Wafe Treasurer, G. Collier: mine superintendent who has had ex- Executive-Committee A. J. Irving, perience in both Scotland and .Cana-! J; prance; V. H- A. J. da will be started shortly. All in-! MacDougall 'and W' Jordan The, Sound terested should Correspond with'Win. j Question of canvassing __ tions to'the Bible-Society was also winter. Belleville, Ont., Nov. in this city who have seen the. published picture of Frederick Gobhardt', self- confessed wife murderer and- bigamist claim that he is the man who in ah American city married Miss Frost of this city and deserted her after gett- ing-her money. The pair were here after marriage. Ottawa, Nov. G. T. R. brake- man, John McLaren, narrowly escap- the chest as a J.-L- discussed and canvassers for this pur- wilv te appototed the Kpre- T. Williams, of-the Telephone Com- pany. was up before Justice Holmes, churches. of yesterday morning on the charge ''Getting the wires on the fence ed approached Otta- on Saturday evening. A man fir- .22 rifle shot through the rear At the'close of the lecture the Rev. H. A. Walter's near Spring Coulee." i He pleaded guilty and was fined omccd thatfour car grazing McLaren's chest and pass- ing up the aisle to the -wall of the smoker. It is thought the action was deliberate. The police are in- members and adherents of. Knox Ii CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. T. Bassett, of Medicine Hat. paid a visit to the city yesterday. Letellier O'Connor, homestead in- spector for Lethbridge district, is in the city on departmental business. Mrs. ReuteK 621 Coutts St.. enter- on Thanksgiving at whist in. honor of Miss Gates of Fernie. Mr. A. B. Goulet of Vancouver is relieving Mr. Irwin as agent of the Dominion Express Co., who is taking I a short vacation. Mrs. John Scott and daughter, of Lethbrid1-" spent a few days in Card visiting Mrs. S. H. Campbell. Cardston Star. The usual weeklv dance will be held i and costs. This should serve njnp.-Cardston Star. The death occurred yesterday a Church who are old-time friends of I Mrs. Charles Mckillop, craved of Laura Eliza -Tucker, wife of Wm. Tucker of 'this 'city v ..The deceased woman was thirty-four years of v 14- DO weu livt The funeral notice will be given lat- meraberShiP of such, an hon- er. T. S. Fetterly has charge of the Dlberta Prescription Specialists i. E 8IPLB, IET8SS1QS5 the Caledonia-" Kail on Wednesdav BUY ROGERS- evening at 9 o'clock. The Bank of British N7orth America nave recently opened branches at Bur- jdetto and Bow Island. j Well! Did you see that show at the Eureka last night. It is j a dandy. See dem old time minstrels also Kovanck, that fellow that tickles a violin to death. And, don't over- look the dainty soubrette. _ _ _ T _ _ _ __ A -.if! Mrs. David H. Elton will receive LJ P4 i4 1 JN CT JrixTLJlVl I for the first time in her new home. j 1209 London Road, on Wednesday af- I ternoon. November second, from four LUMBER at six o'cloct. 72-2 Quality tdght f i i. Prices Right Rogers-Cunoingham Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Off ice, Phone 123 Acad'a Block Mr. Chas. Harding, Miss Ethel I-Iarding, Mrs, E. Gaskcll and Miss E. Gasfcell left yesterday afternoon for Liverpool, England. They sail on the Laurentic, of the "White Star. Line, leaving Montreal on Nov. 6th. 4- We are sell- iug a spec- ialty age of mixed pickling t spices. i T These are prepared by an t-x- T 4 pert pickling inen and makft 4- an excellent flavoring mix- ture. j J- J- Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST funeral asrangements. In a niture Co. will open up a first class Furniture store on Ford Street, op- posite the Fire Hall.. The stock has arrived from the east. H. C. Miller, formerly of Grand "Rapids, and Carl Rackon, formerly of Calgary, the members of the company are both ex- perienced men in the furniture, busi- ness. They will carry a complete line of furniture, office and store fix- tures and show cases. They will al- so take orders for any lines not in stock. Do you wish to help this country prosper? Then support home indus- tries. Buy a few shares in the West- ern Farmers Elevator and Milling Co., Ltd., a local enterprise und r lo- cal management. As safe as a bank. Se3 prospectus in this issue. Economy of Excellence What a small .percentage .the actual cost of a shovel represents compared wiith the time cost of the user. in Zenith -Shovels You have a perfect shovel. Try one aad be convinced are Unconditionally Guaranteed each Stafford Agnew Co. :J{ you out of town, writ- ra." .St. John, N. B., Nov. a. close vote Mrs. S. R. Wright, of To-' itiij. "ironto, was re-elected President of the mission to present the estimable ladv j Dominion w Q 7. TJ., today. The with a certificate of life membership yote wag 34 for her and 30 for Mrs: in the" branch society. Mrs. McKillqp; Aga Gordorii Of Ottawa.' Mrs. %vas "in attendance and gracefully Wright said she would announce this bowed -her acceptance of the whether or not she would accept. She would have liked a larg- er majority. A communication was Good Enamelled Ware Call and see our window i Special Shipment of Stransky Ware just received jiayr Bros. PIG. Box 27 Phone 75 Special for Tuesday f and Wednesday order in-'U. S., asking that action be ta Auxiliary'list incudes the taken asainst Border R 1 L.L TV liquor is solrt illegally. Nothing was of the Hon. A. C John A. and Mrs. G. H. Es.. CHORAL SOCIETY WORK Th-i biggest rdiearsal to date -will be held -evening at St. Au- gustin's hall. At this rehearsal work done in the matter today. The re- ,port of Mrs. Stevens, of Ontario, j showed that a number of churches i were using unfehnent-ed wine at sac- jramentai services, Kansas City, Mo., Nov. robbers were surprised at work in will started on The Messiah, Lvery merc'handise store OI- Bradshaw Bros., at Lennox, Mo.. 12 miles west of Kansas City, early to- day. They shot and mortally wound id W. D. Haskin? the town marshail after an exchange of shots. One of robbers was shot, how badly is not known, as all four escaped. singer in Lethbridge should be this Those who have already heard the cho-rus will surprised at te progress which been made in three rehearsals. at not be lias Th quality of tone and facility with which the choruses -have been v.ken up shows what aii exceptional 1 t of'musical talent BOYS BROKE CHINA- MEN'S WINDOWS YORK LOAN CHEQUES ARE BEING PAID Ninety-Eight Thousand Mod: Toronto. Nov. thousand citizens of Canada will re- tomorrow over the receipt of chequ.s f'oui the liquidators of the defunct York County Loan and Sav- ings Con.'pany. The paper was sent out today by the National Trust company, the The cheques sent out amount approximately to The dividend declared is 25 per com. are share- holders, of whom have not submitted tht-ir passbook? and certi- 1 ficates. The other were either! in arrears or had borrowed from tho'l company and their arrears and share Ions exceed the dividend. It is ex- pected the next "division will also amount to 25 per cent. It will be de- clared when the rest of the property of the, company is disposed of. The j Ern-st Cooper, a bartender at the [Windsor hotel, appeared before the i'magistrate this morning on a charge Canadians j of theft. He was remanded till Fri- day. About a dozen boys were rounded up at ttu> Colics station this morning having been observing last niirht by breaking the windows of sevfiraj Chinese restaurants