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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FRjEE Hofiel: Windsor 8tst 'a-Jay Hotel-in.: WHf N IN ETHBHIDGE It The Dallas Hotel It the Beat A Most Convenient to Stay If you need one, why not select it now? The cold -weather will cause 'a rush, whereas now you can look the heaters, over, de- cide on the style you and have it delivered later. 'Our full line is now on .dis- play. We show heaters tc suit suit and -bur prices are lowest oa all lines. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE ftETASL 60S THfRD AVENUE PHONE O. BOX 670 We give special attention'to mail" orders Choice Blended Teas in hulk at 35c per and 40c per Ib. These. Teas are of rare aroma and DELICIOUS FRAGRANCE. If you have never tried bulk tea. try Special Blend, at per Ib. .40c You are sure to like it. The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Phone 1453 -'QUALITY" is the re mart you constantly Iiear about our goods. "Today" we are unloading the fhie'st car of'apples that have -ever -come into Note the varieties and prices. All fancy stock__ Saow per case V f Jonathan per case per cuse per case per case Roman per case per case Arkansas per case York per case per case ,___ Mo. per case Also a number of other varieties at, per box -Order early and get the and THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 523 PROMPT DELIVEDV When You Think OLIVES! OLIVES! of us. have them In all sizes and NUT OLIVES PIMENTO CELERY SPANISH QUEENS RIPE OLIVES, ETC. Craddock Viner THIRD AVE. S. FAMILY GROCERS SHERLOCK BLDG. GRAMA- new stock of Tic- tor and Columbia Records' just re containing; selections from the :besi Comic Operas. Call. and hear them. First door west Union Bank 'wrttir YOU TAKE NO CHANCES HEBE No matter what drug you buy at our store, you get the best, for we handle pure drugs only and whatever it is you can rest assured that there is only one kind to be bought at ALBERTA DRUG CO. Formerly Known As ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. .F.OCHON5S CAFE Comprehensive Menu Afternoon Teas Try Our Special Luncli We quality. ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This Has-been our nne for near- ly quarter of a century. Please Keep the 'Dominion sta- have consideration for our employees by making your purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holi- days we are open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 4 to'5 p.m. 8 pan. to 9 p.m -For other .urgent calls use phone 322 of Night Bell ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists t and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front'Door ifKlCT This is Guy Fawkes Day. C. B. McLean, of Fort William, C. P-R. station inspector, is in the city i for, a few. days on .business. j An important meeting of- the Leth- bridge Poultry Association will be 1 held on Monday" evening at the resi- dence oi P. Sixth Ave. R. Young, manager of'the Mer- idian ts-Bank of Canada left yesterday afternoon lor Rt.sjma on a couple of j days' business trip. j In the report of the purchase of a iWeyburn Hotel by T. A. Underwood, of Grassy, Lake, the purchase price should have been given as not as slated, i George .H. Mitchell, formerly with i J. D. Higinbotharn Co., 'is with Messrs, Jackson Cope., in the Slu-ilcck Percy Cope, of Jackson and Cope, druggists, came, down from Calgary yesterday, and is now on deck in the firm's store. L. Wilson, has decided to sell out his furniture business, owing to iil-hcalth. He does not intend 'leav- ing; the city, however, and will carry on his auctior.rerinc busin.-ss and look after his as usual Joliustoa's Pectoral Balsam is the most highly o recommended cough and cold mixture -we hare the store. 50c battle at Prescription Druggists Successors to JOHMS70N JACKSON Sherlock Block Phone 1232 K v RSX 1 .1 M An investment in Pinchcr City is sure .to maae you money. ooo, the L.C JServjct quick message and DiK- gagt delivery. Olhce 307 Crabb Si ii'U 0 Read all of Pincher City ad. Good reasons and facts are stakd. six nights, commencing Nov. the -Allen 'Players. ail know these." 273-i No proposition looks better than Piaciier City. Grand dance under the auspices or the Caledonian Pipe Band in Recants Hall Nov. 8. Everybody wel come. 274-3 _ Turn to Pincher City ad. and read it, it will pay you. ap dowii oieaaers, cornet ol Kedpath streets, oppo- silt Ddeltiudist churck. .JQont 172-0 You can select your new piano from '30 digerent styles and prices. Mason Risen. l Piano Co., Cojservatory BIdg Lethbridge. F. F. McCaw, Mgr. Phor.e 505. 272r-0 Do uot put OK." in vesting, in Pincher City.. .-_-, .Try a. box oi choice cut Sowers from Geo. -Taylor's. Sure to pleast you or your friends, 51 -per Fret grt-en with all cut flowers I Phone 675. P. Q Box 1353 246-0 i Property irt Pincher City will -be sold, on easy terms. Buy your property in, Pincher City and get che raise in value which the building of the new railroad A BIG LOAD is what you get for your -money when buying our lumber. FLOORING, SIDING. LATH, and everything.else that belongs to a lumber yard-can here. -Builders appreciate our lumber because it's CLEAR AND '._ .WELL-SEASONED LUMBER. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 YOU CAN HEAT YOUR HOME MOST CONVENIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY WITH THE OAK TREASURE IMPROVEMENTS IN HEATING STOVES THE IMPERIAL OAK BASE BURNER is-the very latest Base Burn- er in the market. It's a .lit- tle in advance. of all other makes of .Base Burners. and to get perfect; satisfaction in heating your home, you must hare a perfect working HEATING STOVE It is a; pleasure to us to' show o.ur large and well assorted stoelr. The prices are such that they come -within'the reach of all. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. We- ship out of, toTvn .fially, THE .WEATHER Edmonton, fair ........__, 32 20 L.aigary, c.tar _.'.v......... 34- 20 42 19 Winnipeg, "30 ,15 .16 The weather prairie' prov- been., fffenffadlj' fair and mod- erate.y'cold. SnoTr has fallen' in parts of, Manitoba. with, higher temper- ature. _ Small capital invested in Pincher City will give you. big returns. CITY AND DISTRICT The South Alberta Courier irakes its first appearance as a weekly to- day. It has previously been issued twice a month. A fin? monument of Barre G-ranite was yesterday erected in the public cemetery over the grave of the late Vv. L. Thompson, of Spring Coulee. John Taylor, of the Taylor Milling Elevator returned" on the de- layed Flyer this menrTng from Nel- son, where he has been 'on a-week's business visit. W. Specrs, genera] colonization eg- ent or the Immigration department, arrived in the city yesterday after- noon from the east and returned this morning. He was accompanied here b-y his daughter, Miss Speers, who has prone from here "on a visit to Butte, Montana. TTL I lie rmest Sat nooin ixtures MADE ARE HEKE IN A FULL ASSORT- MENT OF LATEST IMPROVED STYLES. THEYAIIESTJJOXG AND DURABLE. BATH SEATS, TOWEL BARS, GLASS SHELVES SOAP HOLDERS, SPOXGE RACKS, PAPER SOLDERS, TUMBLER AND BRUSH HOLDERS. taffonWgnew Co. ClTy ANDJDISTRICT The many .Thomas Patching, of 4th' Ave., -vrill be glad "to hear that iher condition is much improved and, strong hopes are aeld Eor her ultimate recovery from, her serious illn-ess'J I Much interest is being taken in Pincher City as-a placer.for-profitable investment, caused by the railway con struction at that- point. Galvin and Hatfieid, full page ad. "appears in this issue, report- that they are re- ceiving many inquiries. i There will be a meeting or the Citi- zens1 League in the basement oi Knox church on Tuesday evening, next at S o'clock Officers will'be elected ana a discussion will take place on the commission form of led by B L Cope. The JSckberg-Marlowe theft' case in which the latter is charged steal ing a wagon gear, the property of the former, was this morning furtJier c. n- tinued in the police court untti jit-xt wceli. The city's steam. shovel, .vhile be- ing ta.vtn to Korili Lethhridge ycs- sanK 10 i-he akles th? i.ont wheels on the.street Lehind the C.P.R. round house: It took a crew of men several hours to jack-the monster machine out. V. McVay, oi Streator, 111., and Mr. Muliord, of Cincinnati, are fiere en a business, trip. These gent-le- mt-n have a twenty-iiye hundred acre fatm ;n the Spring Ridgs dis- tuct and will have seven hundred acres in crop next year. Charles Mair, Dominion immigra- tion a-c-nt at Coutts, returned ycster- day afterncon Medicine Hat, [where-he Rent to meet, lieneral col- Agent Spears and with him relative to a family living near Coutts who are in a bad way. A freight train-derailment at- Brock- et- between Pincher Creek and. ilac- leod, night delayed traffic on the Crov; No. 314, the Crow.' train and the cast- Soo-PorUand Fiver were both four hours late. The arrived at 10.15 this morning. The Ar.huai .banijuet of the Sons ol and of this city will be held on Wi-ilnosday Nov. 9th, at the auditorium. All mtm- bc s and prospective members are- as cd 10 join in commemorating the birthday of the late King Edward, the third anniversary of the local and incidentally Lord Mayor's Day, and to get their tickets, carlv. Young, who came to the city a couple of days ago from Gua Lake, to look for his wife, who had skipped out with her family, and -who he said, was either in this city. Kamloops, B. C., Washington state or New Mexico, tried to ho.vri his sorrows yesterday in Leer, the result that he appeared i i PO.JCC court this morning for being flunk and disorderly. -..Taking into coasrl-.-r- aiion the circumstances-and tin fact that' his financial resources were vow limited, the court'let him oft" with "a CiTY AND DISTRICT James M. Ritchie is-lying at -his home seriously ill. At. the -Trades Council -meeting.; Thursday evening a committee was-appointed'to visit an-d extend to him the sympathy of the i Council. vV r. The annual winter fair of the Leth- bridge and District PoulUr-y Associa- tion will probably be-h-cld nest-month instead of in February, as expected The Calgary and Edmonton fairs have -been- set for December an-d in order to get'the "'birds from other-places'and the department of agriculture judges tne fair here will have to 'be held about the same time. j The city'.s steam which at the- the week was' brought down from Fourteenth street to.Third to work oa the North bndge sewer outlet, has been taken over to the north side. It was found impossible to-work it-.0n Third street owing to the quantity of sand which l composes the sub-surface. j Word has been received by the local lodge of the Brotherhood of Firemen i and Enginemen, of the death of' Charles A. Wilson, worthy assistant president of the association, who died at bis home in New Jersev on the 24th, ult a short illness. Wil- son, had occupied t-hc position of as- sistant president -since its creation in the summer of 1909, and had occupied various offices from second vice grand master up .since the year, 1S94. He has been sacceed-ed for the balance ths term by first vice-president Tim- othy Shea, and the other vice-presi- dents have been advanced in due or- der to_ ffll the vacf-ciss. 'The elec- tion of a new Sfth vice-president hav- ing to take place shortly. BORN Lethbritfge on Sundav Oct 23rd, -to Mr. and Mrs. A. (f] Spence, a daughter. EQUIPMENT, FURNISHINGS AND .SER- VICEUNEXCELLED IN THE WEST Private CAFE IN European Plan Thi'oughout CAR Meets M Seme 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 ihe cost of a new house and never take the trouble to find out. If the eye of shack- dweller falls upon t! 5 ad. we want him to corne in and talk with us about the cost of a good house. We are 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. Kcgen-CynniflgliaiB Ibiber Cooipi, linii THE BENTLEY CO, LTD Lcthbridgc's Popular Store THE. PEOPLE'S 'STORE OF POPULAR PRICES Men's Fine Fall Suits Men -who come here, find both diversity and value. Carefully chosen and high grade fabrics made up in the latest designs. Worsteds and woollens in a number of splendid patterns, neat small check and stripes in two and three button styles; Prices ranging Serge suits in black and navy; a wonder- ful assortment of to ACAOIA SLOCK North 121 4U Overcoats Plain black and grey beaver coats, velvet collars, Silicia lined with satin sleeve lining, Good.value to w listers in a large variety of M and FUR AND FUR-LINED COATS' Black beaver-coats, rat lined, natural otter collar, the very finest English Beaver cloth, well matched pelts. OUR PRICE Eaecoon price S75.00 Boys' Fall Suits Double breasted jacket, knickerbocker tronsers and college style, in a number of very pretty p una ay las .unu un u to ;