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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Whii IR UtklHidgi I thi BUlM NOTfl - ti tneAns for you { Dollars and Cents | t6 trade with u� for Hardware Stoves Graniteware For we carry a large ond well assorted stock niid we can assure you that the quality and ^rice is right. Trade with us and be convinced, ' THE HICK HMDWIIliE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell ror Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Cletli BboiiiI BoDlffi 35e each or 3 for $i.oo ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Iw Nnt of UiiH Ink Phone 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Vaudeville performers change their acts tonight at the Lyceum. Ever-ready 12 Bladed Safety Razor $l;Complete J.0Jilinfeotli8iii&CD.ltil. Family and DUpeniing Chemiits Telephone 49 Resident NiBht Clerk CITY AND DISTRia Inspt'i'lor llownrd the city. ot Oonlts is in The Stdre of Quality Try a nice dish of Cranberries with your Thanksgiving Turkey WE HAVE THEM Temporary Quarters PHONE 21 E. MMBaR & CO. Soccesson to lEUOl I fBISEI When the Weather Changes STou will appreciate the conveniences of the telephone. Any day that it's wet and cold or storming, and you do not feel like coining out, then TELEPHONE | Your order will have our immediate attention. Delivery free all over town. i Rlberta Drug and Book Co. | Prescription Specialists 1. B. RIPIEY, Mgr. lETHBRIDGE ITALIAN GUILTY Woodstock, Out., Nov. 5-I'onsi'l. the Italian wlio on Sunday last, at Ingersoll, hurled ii .stouo and killi'd a fellow Italian, and who was arrpst-fd Monday was thi.s afternoon found Builly of manslauphter by the sizo court. The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH A. B. Cushing, of Cu.shing Hros., is in the city. li. 1). Nicholson is building a residence on Cilyn St. Dainty. Dorris changes her act tonight at the Lyceum. I'ho Church of England As.sembly UttU will cost S3,000. lii. Home of tho Kust Kootcnay Lumber Co., Cranbrook, is in town today. Tho Y.M.C. young men's gymnasium class meets tonight at eight o'clock. A good assortment of home-made candy at the Pantry Sale, Saturday p.m. 276-3 F. W. Adolph of the Adolph Lumber Co., Baynes Lake, B.C., is in town today. J. W. McNicol, 01 tho linterpriso Lumber Co., returned last night from a trip to Cranbrook. The Ellison ililliag Co aic l-uila-ing an ofHco at their mills iu I the city. Well Billi.e escaped three nights from the tight box at the Bijou. Who can rope him tight enough to trap him. That is what is puzzling the public. Two more nights of the box act. Come and see. W. S. S. Gillis has taken out u per luiL for an ?1800 residence on Bur-dott St. ' A large party of would-be sports headed by a well known banker, have gone to 15 Mile Lake this afternoon. Jlrs. T. B. Martin, of f-'rank, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. .). \V. McXicol, left for .Afodicin.- Hat last night. Miss Brown reluni?!d . to N'l'epn-va this morning after ;� two nionllis' visit with hor sister. .*virs. \V. A 3!)er. ner-llassett. Don't miss the Miser at the Lyceum tonight. A .special nioc'ling of the Lelhhridgc local of the Iletail Clerks I'rotective .Vssocialion will bo held in the Labor Hall this evening at 8 p.m. Calgary Herald: L. I'. Strong, of the AUxMta Pacific Elevator Co., is building a splendid Sl."),000 resilience on American Hill. 'J'he excavation is already completed. Complete change tonight at the Bijou. 'I'lie at tho Dominion Land office continued all through October. During tho month there wore no fewer than Hili) entries for homesteads, in-e-cniiptions. and purche.scd homesteads. The post oflk'o lobli.v will not be ojien no.\t S\mday as usual from 0 to 11 a.m. as the now coniont floor is lieing put down in the office and it rec|Uires at least twenty-four hours to harden. Excellent program coupled ..with the box act tonight at the Bijou. During October the re('ei[)ts at the customs oflicc in this city totalled up S22,7ol.riO. 'Phis is n lai'ge over the same month last year when the receipts wore $12,570.17. Tho increase is largely due to tho importation l)y the Knight Sugar Co. of Ttaymond. .John llal.stead, assistant general freight agent ahd W. B. Lonigan, assistant traffic manager for tho C.I' R. in this district, are in tho city op their tour of inspection. THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair.................. 42 82 Calgary, fair..................... 62 31 Lethbridgo, fair .................. rtl 45 Medicine Uat, clear ............ 61 36 Hoginn, clear ..................... 55 33 \Vinnii)Cg, cloudy ............... 48 26 Bulletin From Central nt\'.vu Fair and very mild weath'.M- has pre vailed throughout iiie pcii-iu pro> it c o.s. In Alberta and i arts c,i '.uMo-ba tomperaturos of (iO and over uert recorded. Forecast: riuo nnd mild t. day and Saturday. We are fully prepared for the Holiday Trade which will come With a rush on Saturday. Trade is good here :: Our merchandise is attractive. Our prices are convincing arguments proving the leadership of this Store. These are SPECIALS for SATURDAY Ladies Gloves Kid & dogskin gloves, welletl out seams, one button, in browns an J tans, a sweir street ^� Cf/\ glove. Price per pair.........A Black and Colored Gloves French kid, two buttons, a guaranteed glove and a perfect filter. >'- Feclerbnugh, a\ McClean, P. Ryan organization meeting until next Thurs j 'J'^'P'*-'' ^- M. Murphy and clay evening when a full attondanco is |'"^'"'''n"" Phnir. recpiestcd. Travelling Secretary Visiting Here With a Good Object In View C. R. Saver, travelling secretary for llie Y. M. C. .\. in We.-^tcrn Cun- Don't miss the Atkin Bros, at the Lyceum-in their singing and dancing act. CORP. ASKEY RETIRES Frank, Nov. 4.-Corporal Askey of the R.N.W.M. Polioo has retifiod from the force and Corp. Deacon has befn sent to fill his place. Inspector nclchor of the R. N, W. M. Polico was in town this a.m. and left for Colpmnn by this morning's e.xpros.s  I Fresh I Jelly Rolls No stale Gods sold at our Store. We use strictly pure frtiit filling which gives that delicious taste to our rolls. .\vssociations in our,We.^tern cities, because as are the men, so will be tho country, for men are our most Valuable asset and anything that makes for better manhood, make,? for a better country.'' "Ye.^, there are scon>s of cities smaller than I.otlibridge, with .splendid buildings, demonstrating their vahie many tinie.h over, reaching and i'lllueiK'inp for good hundreds of young men. it is a constructive agency, and offers an opportunity for investment in nmuhood that is un- Citizens night. Band at the Lyceum to- NURSE WANTED Nurse wanted. Apply to Inspoc-t'1'�P\"^ ""[^ ing a load of oats belonging to ; ^"'P'''^- "'H ^he Inuld- & MacDoniioll was up before Judge ^^"^^ *3"-000 ""J ^"'"i the .^ite, IS the gift of the Canadian I'acilie Riiilroail Co. "Ves, the railroad MODEL: I BAKERY Bound St. Phone 181 SCHWEITZER BROS., Proprietors  The McKeown Hardware Company Limited Citizens night. . Band at the Lyceum to- will open for business Saturday, Nov. 14th The Opening An-nouncemontAvillcon-tnin it great surprise for you, and it will bo greatly to your advuntiige to keep track of tlie date, as $200 worlli of goods Avill be given away free. Watch for the Opening Announcement See the Fighting Parson at the Lyceum tonight. He has just returned Irom threshing| operations at his ranch, where as a^ up before Harvey yesterday afternoon and plead ed not guilty. Several budding lawyers were n.skcd by tho court to un- corporations," I Men's Fall Suits and Overcoats I WE Royers-Cunningham Lumher Co. Lfd. Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard -  North ot Track Office . - - - Rdpath St. West The annual "Pantry Sale" of Knox] Church Ladies' Aid will be held at the Bijou Saturday p.m. from two to six o'clock. 276-3 TYPEWRITERS Wg are agents for the new American Oliver. This machine has many superior points. If you think of purchasing a typewriter see this one before buying J. J. Johnston Piearriptv'in Drugg^ist -QUALITY QUARTER8- dorlake it. who had tho know ! ^ ' .'^">''- '� .'"''P'y to a query. ile,lge said thev had not tho norvo; '^"'"'^'^ '">'\ fvuleliccd by 'while one admittcKl ho had the gall "i"' ^'^ "} "'^^ big companies to tackle it hut feared he ha.l not the |'"i'"^ n.-.,eut.ons on their differ-knowledge. In the meantime Si.ssons ''nt .s.\ stems and appropriate un-has no defender. '. over a fiuarter of a million dol- Bon't fail to .sco :\roiitc Lacrosse in t" be!)) .-sustain them. There are Ills ped.'stal dance tonight at tho i ^"loe iiO.OOO railroad men enrolled in Isiiroka theatre. \ Mieiiiberhhip. The managers look The Sons of England were out in j "l"'"" it as a good investment, good full force last night, nearly every i for tlie men, j;i,od for the company nomber in town being present. Fivej>"i