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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE FLACC TO STAY Ultlltt H HHM far yom Ddknud Ceils V- to with at for Stoves For a Jarga and well assorted stock and we can assure you that the quality awl price is. right. Trade with as be con- vinced. THE REDPATH STREET Phone (52 P.O. Box 670 _ _... Ctott tend Books 35e each or 3 for 5M 2if Agents for Underwood Typewriters. When the Weather Ton will appreciate the conveniences of the tele-, phone. Any day that it's wet and cold or storming, and you do not feel like coming out. then TELEPHONE Your order will have our immediate attention. Delivery free all over town. SOLDonSUNDAYS Tbii our rule for nearly quarter of a century. keep the a Do- minica itatnte and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week On Sunday aud Public Holidays we are open from lla.ui. 12.30 to 1 p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. .8.30 to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell ma m MMK mm The Store of Quality Cranberries with your Thanksgiving Turkey HAVE THEM J. G. ;Reberlsou yeul to Calgary last night to spend ii Uterta Drug aid Book Co. Prescription Specialists I, I. liflEY, Mgr. LETUIiKE Big Thanksgiving matinee Monday at 3 p.m., Lyceum. Tomorrow evening a'song service eutitled -.'The Battle of Life" will be given at; Westminster Church in the North .Ward. Those who have never attended such a service should avail themselves of the opportunity. Spe- cial provision will be made to .accom modate a large audience. Collection in. aid of the choir. The pupils of The Lethbridge Con- servatory are requested to attend a m {eting on Monday, Thanksgiving Day at 3 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Campbell, the secretary for the Bible Society, will preach in Wesley Chxirch'at the morning service Iu the evening the pastor, Rev. Kr. Harrison willtake as his topic, "Life's Reward." the sequel of last Sabbath evening's sermon. Strang- ers welcome. All sittings free. SOE Cafe, Mon- day, 9th, at 8.45 p.m The services in tlie Baptist Church will be held at the usual a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev.. Wm. Reid will preach at the morning and Rev. Sir. Campbell, the for the Bible Society will preacfc in the evening. All seats free'and-un- appropriated." This :s the last night that Billie Sharratt will escape from the tight box at the Bijou. There will he one and possibly two football matches on the square on Holiday. The surveyors in town have picked a team to go up against the Rangers. The Taber team nsay be here also. Big Thanksgiving nr4fcmee Monday at 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. The North Ward was well represent ed at the tea and concert at Coal- dale- last night. A big load and tev- eral single rigs drove out and enjoy- ed what they report class entertainment. PHONE 21 t THE WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy 63 48 Jew local mostly fair and milder. Fair on Sun day.- John Kenny of Calgary, Inspector A LOCAL BUDGET The stores .will be: closed 011 3ion- Mbuday being a public Daily Herald, will not be issued. Complete change in program at tKt. Bijou tonigh't. Thos. Cavcn of Cranbrook, B.C., one "of the oldest railroaders in this" country'is in town today. Albert Scruger was assessed and Inspector" West last night for being d. and d. C. Parker, formerly of Great Falls, Mont., but latterly of Sweet Grass, has entered -the freight office of the A. R. I. Co, as clerk. A. W. Brokeflshire deposited with the police last night as a surety that he will appear tonight on the chorge.of being drunk and disorderly and resisting arrest. F. R.. F. McKitrick and B. H. Smith of the Stirling public school stall were m the city last night on their -way back from the teachers' convention at ITacleod. Extra Special in connection with the box act at the Bijou tonight will make" a lengthy program of about one hour duration. Come and sje it. Prices !0c and I5c. The case against Wm. Porter of the Arlington Hotel for selling liquor on Sunday was dismissed by Magis- trate West .last night on account" of lack of evidence. The man. pprtcvl the case to the police and whose evidence was required to estab- case, left town, yesterday morning for parts unknown. He was brakeman on the bridge erecting tra- veller. Big Thanksgiving matinee Monday at 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. The Rev. C. D. Campbell, district secretary of the Alberta Auxiliary of the Canadian Bible Society is in the city and will speak in the interests to be a first of his work tomorrow in the Metho-' disc Church in the morning and in No need to have them M we lave a complete stock of Felt Boots, Overshoot, Cardigans and Mocassins. THE FOOT You Can Easily Pick Out a Man -f is Wearing a Hudson's Bay Suit Hudson' sJBay Clothing is the vembodimeut of style and and represents value and fit in "every suit- .It MUST be good clothing to have our label. If you only knew the system of the most rigid in- spection Hudson's Bay'clothing is made to undergo, there wouldn't be a moment's hesitation on your part when you thought" of buying a new suit. 'Our clothing ifself is the greatest argument in it? favor. We have .your suit? AVhen will you come for it? HUMS BAY CO. MAGNETIC CONFECTIONERY thv kind thrills'the palate and -touclios the right spot iilways. Purcfst of flavorings, fresh- est of creams and TION in every box and pound. ll II have never trjeu our confection- ery there's a surprise in store. Y 'don't TJ try ii? 's Kandj Kitchen William Hinley. the ilagrath lad, charged with stealing a. cheque from the mail, was -up beT6re "Judge Har- vey this morning. SI pleaded guilty The Judge, after reprimanding him, let him go OH suspended sentence. A. C Bohrnstdt of for- merly with the 0. Gor, but noxv operating in lands.on his own. account, is in the city with a small party which includes Rev. F. M. Height of Hudson, Wis., a prominent Methodist clergyman and Rev; Croz- ier, pastor of a Methodist Church in Minneapolis., the Baptist Church in the evening. A Quong Sing, who keeps the restau- rant_in the post office intend? .erecting block on! David aspirations-aad is busy canvassing the electors that he may-be-elected alderman of the city. The trial of Roy Sissons will take place next Friday. C. F. Harris will defend him. Ernest Allen, a C. P. R. employee 'complains of the loss of a watch stol- ed from the C.lMl. bunk house. Sergt. 'Siliiker arrestedc a man named >fcMillan who had the watch in his possession., G. Bradbeer and Co. will their new store in the Stafford Dlock about Thursday next.. A fine new sot of fixtures are on hand and the store will be SOL fitted ug and stocked that it will not excel led by any grocery McKeown will open for business Satwday, Nov. 14th The Opening Announcement will contain a great surprise for you, and it will be to your advantage to keep "track of the date, as iflMrth of goods will be given away free. i for miiAlbertn. ment Watch for-announce- See the Fighting tonight. Parson at the A car of steel for pjpe has arrived. the new stand'- WANTED Diuing loom girl wanted. Apply at Windsor Hotel. 79-1 (Miss) G. A. Dainty, nurse, Norman St. east of Westmin- ster Road. Dainty Dorris changes her act to- night at the Lyceum. ForiPsC, across _the lane from his present 'establishment. '-He will use it for restaurant and store. The building will have forty feet frontage, with accommodat-ifm for two stoccs. Clafeshohn will vote on local op- tion-on. the 124th. aTiat will be the first vote of the kind in _ K. r .Stewart, principal of the Pin cher Creek schools is spending_the Thanksgu ing period in the "city friends. RAZORS We have ihe Stoct of Sheffield Inspection Invited HAYR. BROS. Phone 73 P.O. Box 27 Big Thanksgiving mattnee Monday at 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. of Customs, offices, arrived m the meeting of the Local branch society. city last night and went cast to) will be held in the Methodist Church Coutts this morning on business. j at -the close of the evening services, Tt. S. llabee, manager of the Bank] at which the model constitution vrill of Montreal. Magrath, is in the citj today. Owing to the. fact that this year Thanksgiving falls on Monday, no'spe will be held in Kno.x day. Tomorrow, how- SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information address the T.fthbridge Conservatory of Music. The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAS GIVE YOU ROTH RQfffi-CiRitiigliaiii liikr Co, LU, presented for adoptipn, officers cl- ected for the ensuing year depository matters discussed, and contributions instituted. canvass for All inter- ested in the work that is being clone by the Bible Society both at home and abroad are earnestly invitee! to cial services Church that ever the regular morning and evening services will of Thanksgiving charac- U-r. During the erection of the new! the congregation worships in BIJOU THEATRE j the old church building, on GU-n St. Thc management of the Bijou south. Ail_cordially welcome. Tlu-atre Co. wishes to thank the pub-! Big matinee at 3 p.m., at the Lvceum. Monday The White Furniture Co. will open on Tuesday next with one of the most up-to-date and largest stocks of furniture ever scon in the West. They will carry linos to suit every- body, and if you intend starting housekeeping or need any class of furniture, for your home, there is no better plnco in Lcthbridge to go than I the White Furniture Co. The prices arc certainly exceptionally low, con- jsidcrsnff tho high quality of the goods j A visit to the store will prove this. j Kvcryone is cordially invited to in- jspcct their stock opening dny, Tues- jrirty. 10 Xov. 1908. TYPEWRITERS We are agents for the nev machine -has many supe- rior points. If yon think of purchasing a typewriter see one before buying J I -QUALITY QUARTERS- !ic 'general for their hearty SUp- port in attending and witnessing the i moving pictures in the past and for! the present the moving pictures will hr- closed and the Hnll will he thrown "pc-n to the general public for all kinds of Legitimate entertainments, both day and night. For further in- formation nply to G. A. Stevens. D'tod this 7th day o; A.D., 1903. GOOD BUYS Two Doable Lots Close to Westminster Road in Wall work Addition and near the School, Will sell on good terms for Each L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SIX CARLOADS OF THE LATEST STYLES OF FURNITURE The Goods are Right aud The Prices are Right OWING TO OUR LARGE PURCHASE WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER YOU THIS FINE ASSORTMENT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES We arc atwmys to show you our large stock BOWMAN BLOCK We CRABb ST. ;