Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Store of Qttmy e Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY i tto For we carry a large and well aaaorted atock and we out aaaure you that the quality and price it right. Trade with us aud be con- vinced. THE o UDPATH STBECT !j We SeH for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 35c each or 3 for STfflt IU MMOT Agents for Underwood Ever-ready 12 Bladed Safety Razor Complete IblM. AND DBIRIQ performers change their acts tonight at 'the Lyceum. When the Weather Changes Inspector Howard of Coutts is in the city. A. B.' Gushing, Gushing Bros., is in. the city. B. Nicholson.is building a resi- dence on, Glyn St. Dainty, Dorm act to- night at the Lyceum. The Church ot England J Hall will cost E. Home of the East Kootenay Lumber Co., Cranbrook, is in .town today. The Y.M.C. young- men's gymnas- ium class meets tonight at o'clock. A good assortment of home-made candy at the Pantry Sate, Saturday p.m. 2TO-3 F. >V. Adolph of the Adolph Lum ber Co., Baynes Lake, B.C., is town today. J. W. McXicol, oi the Enterprise Lumber Co., returned last night trom a trip to Cranbrook. The Ellison ililliag are buila- iug an: office utlheJr mills -in the city. Well BilHe 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 o? the boar ct. Come and see. W. S. S. Gillis has taken out a.per Cranberries with your Thanksgiving Turkey WE HAVE THEM PHONE 21 HWHEEI THE WEATHER Edmbuton, fair 42 Calgary, 62 Lethbridge, fair 61 Medicine Hat, clear............ 64 THANKSGIVING We are fully prepared for the Holiday Trade which will come with a ruih on Saturday. Trade is good here Our merchandise is attractive. Our prices are coariacinff arjuaseste proring the leadership of this Store. Regiqa, 55 32 45 36 -33 20 Winnipeg, cloudy 48 Bulletin From Central nfl'.co Fair and very mild weather has vailed throughout JJI-OMIC es. In Alberta and arts of ba temperatures of in .view, will receive ou Saturday with Mtablj8hed in ilorton Jones, aud afterward' l on the first Saturday of each month. i Fort Brandon', Ed- Bevelstoke, Van- !of dollars in. the movement. And it SI !Tioie 111 SChWUfifcK EROS., Proprietors yesterday commenced the erection of Moose iaJeed and sale corner 1 Calgary, of Westinfatatcr and Ford St. Thej in. addition to which stable will have accommodation for are visit with her sister. Sirs, W. A 3Uer. one hundred horses. V ner-Hassett. Mr. TTcIgand, Smith wellf... Don't miss the Miser at the Lyceum satisgca with himself this weather. toni8ht- j He has just ivturaed the present year, Eegina A special meeting of the Lethbridge! operations at his ranch, where ns-nland Edmonton opened beautiful student associations in and --4 among Indian Vaudevilla performers change their acts tonight at.the Lyceum. Small black diary, containing im- portant items. Tinder please return to Gus Neidig. to Gusl Xeidig. 277-0 Citizens night. Band at the Lyceum to- The McKeown Hardware Company Limited will open for business Saturday, Nov. 14th The Opening' An- nouncement will con- tain a "great surprise for your and! it'will _ be. greatly, to yoiir_ adv'aSttfge.. to keep the 'date, as worth will" be given away free. Watch for the .Opening Announcement See ths Fighting Parson at the Lycsum tonight. local of the Retail Clerks Protective, result lie has Association will be held in the Labor bushels of oats. Hall this evening nt 8 p.m. Caigary Herald: P. Strong, of the Alberta Pacific Elevator Co., is ITALIAN GUILTY Woodstock, Ont., Nov. the Italian who on Sunday last, at Ingersoll, hurled a stone and killed a fellow Italian, and who was arrest- ed Monday was this afternoon found guilty of manslaughter by the As- size conrt. building a splendid residence on American Hill. The excavation is already completed. Complete change tonight at the Bi- The rush at the Dominion Land of- fice continued all through October. I During the month there were no few- j er than S99 entries for homesteads, as a over j buildings, both of which are crowded with young Within the next- James Sissons charged witK steal-ithrec months, buildings at Kenora and load of oats belonging to .Tangc j ,wi11 be opened.- The build- ing a MacDonnell was up before Judge ing at Kenora cost and with Harvuy yesterday afternoon and plead the is the .the Canadian ed not guilty. Several budding law-LPacific Co. ysrs were asked by the court to tsn- the railroad dertake it. Tliose who had the know Mr' Sa-ver said in to a nu-niberahip. The managers look j The Sons of England ivere out in j upon it as a good investment, good j full force last night, nearly every i for the men, good for the company! member in town being present. good for the travelling public." new memters were put through, in-1 Mr. Say. r further said; "There is eluding some prominent citizens. Ar-1 hardly any city in Canada now. with-j rangements were completed and invi-j a well equipped tations issued for the Lodge's Anni-jfact it us looked upon as a Accessary I vcrsarj- Dinner which takes place at! adjunct to a growing this the Huh on Monday evening next. js especially true of the The annual "Pantry Sa e" of Knoxi.1, u i j 'e I u i j- f MI L i- ,j arc many hundreds of j-oung Church Ladies' Aid will be he d at j j i D- x j mrn trom home, and home re-i the BIJOU Saturday p.m. from two to A i stramts and influences. The modern Civ I TYPEWRITERS We are agents for the new American Oliver. This machine has many supe- rior points. If you think of purchasing a typewriter e J. J. Johnston Prarriptv-'a Druggist --QUALITY QUARTERS- six o'clock. Z76-3 Houses For Sale In any part of the City on good terms L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 provides a home for the i man. with excellent facili- ties for .social, t-ducational and phy- sical nnder- Christian inHuonot-s. and is in reality a plant tho di-vlopment of character, i and as such n valuable civic as-j SCt." "The U. S. Government tliis and have built four association i buildings, and put ten secretaries on payroll in thfir work m con-, jstruclion of the Panama Canal, and j There is a decided advantage in .buying your- Fail Suit or Overcoat at bur store and buying it NOW. larger selection and the fact that the choicest styles and patterns arc picked up first, also the comfort derived in wearing warmer garments at this time of the year. As we always maintain, we consider quality much more important than price, but we also positively maintain that our prices are lower than those of the ordinary store for a like article. Read this not Miss one of Them Men's Tweed Suits in greys and browns, perfect fitting Men's Eleavy Suits in grey mixtnres, vrell tailored throughout. Onf Men's All-Wool Tweed Suits, large range of yalterns to olioose from. Onr price........... ___....... flO ilen's Tweed and "Worsted Suits in greys, browns and blues, bfiantifnlly tailored throngliout. Our price. and Special values in Men's Suits in Tweeds and Worsted at. Fit-Reform Sir.ts ma'de of all-wool imported Tweeds and Worsteds iu- all the new Fall shades, finished to your measure here. and Fit-Reform .Suits of all-wool Tweods and tailored throughout, hundreds of suits to cnoose from. npjwintfd by tho Govornmon, they the building of throe .ad- rlitionni j.t met urea to accomodato fiie men. This too is at some points whero Jhan 500 men arc engaged j yei it hns paid the Government in better and mon> efficient j Tins is the testimony and 1 j because it is true, we feel particular- i ly mtr-rosteti m having real virile f OVERGOAT! Men's Heavy Fall Overcoats in Tweeds, special 50 to Special values in Men's Blue and Black" Beaver Cloth Over- coats at S1H.50. These coats are extra good value at this price and as wo have only a few left at the price you will "have to hnrry if you want to get one. Price beautifully finished, hand tailored. Prices.. to NEW ARRIVALS Trunks- Suit Oases rvnd Travelling Bags to Don't miss Dainty Doris. This her last week at hte Lyceum. She gives you her very bsit th-s week. I McKELVIE SELL EVERYTHING MEN WEAR V McCUIRE!