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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta a fINtST JOB nUNTINO. , fi.....Ill.......iirii iiiiii.......[II......Ill Ml II UTe � Daily Herald THE PLACE to STAY Whin In lethbrldiit i t)ii DIIUII, MilTEl � -; li tneatts foir yon: I Dollars and Gents | ' 1 , to trftde with for Hardware Stoves Graniteware i For we carry u large and well assorted stock and we can assure yoii that the quality and price is right. Trade with us arid be convinced, THE HICK HllliDWIIRE CD. RCDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box (570 i Elotli BoynJ Books, 35c each or 3 for $1.00 I ROBERTSON'S BQQK STORE ! 1st hor Nest of Uiion Book Phone 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. ^ When the Weather Changes Toil will appreciate the conveniences of the telephone. Any day that it's $ wet and cold or storming, and you do not feel like coming out. then I TELEPHONE | Your order will have our immediate attention. Delivery free all over town. I Alberta Drug and Book Co. | Prescription SpocialistB X. B. RIPLEY, Mgr. LETKBRIOGE Big Thanksgiving matinee Monday at 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. SINGING. Miss Ursula Arclier, pupil of the celebratod tenchcr, William Shako-Bpeuic, will roci ivo pupils in singing and vciioe proUuction. Also engage-uipnts fi)r Ballad Conceits, .Vt Homes, etc. Vuv furlb.er information address tho I.ctiibiidgo Conservatory of Music. Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Rogers-Cunningham lumoer Co. Ltd. Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard  - North of Track Office   RedpathSt.West ONIYMEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has' been our ndo for nearly quarter of a century. Please keep the law-a Dominion statute ~ and have consideration for otvr pm-plo3'ees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 10.S30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1 p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 8.30 to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 41) or Night Bell J.D.Higinbotliain&Co.ltii. FIIMIiy INB DISPfNSINE CHEMISTS CITY AND Disnua J. C. Rcbert!3on went to Cnlgary Inst night to spend ThanksgK-iaag Big Thanksgiving matinee Monday at 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. Tomo/row evening a song senice entitled "Tho Buttle of l^ife" will be given nt Westminster Church in the Xorth Ward. Those who have never attcndetl such a service should avail themselves of tho opportunity. Special provision will be made to nccom modnto a large autKoncc. Collection in aid of the choir. The pupils of The Lethbridge Conservatory are requested to attend a m ieting on Monday, Thanksgiving Day at 3 o'clock. Kev. Ur. Campbell, the secretury for the ISiblo Society, will preach in WoMley Church at the morning service In the evening the pastor, Rev. Mr. Harrison will take a.s his topic, "Life's Reward," the sequel of last Sabbnth evening's sermon. Strang-er.s welcome. All sittings free. S O E Dinner-Hub Oafe, Monday, 9th, at 8.45 p.m 'I'ho services in the Baptist Church will be held at the usual hours, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. \Vm. Rcid will preach at the morning service and Rev. ?,Ir. Campbell, the accrcitay (or tho Bible Society will preach in the evening. All seats free and unappropriated. This Is the last night that Billie Sharratt will escape from the tight box at the Bijou. Tlierc will lio one and possihlj two football matches on tho square on Monday. The .surveyors in town have picliPd a team to go up ngnln.?t the Hangers. Tho Tabor team may bo here also, Big Thanksgiving n#tinee Monday at 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. The North Ward was well represent ed at the tea and concert nt Coal-dulo last nitflit. .\ l)ig load and lov-ernl single rigs drove out and enjoyed what thoy report to lie a liist class entertainment. .fohn Kenny of Calgary, Inspector iii Customs. oflicos, arrived iu the city \nfil night and went oast to Colitis this morning on business. R. S. Mabeo. manager of the Bank (if Monlronl, Magnvlb, is in tho vWy I (1(1 ay. Owing (o the fact that this year 'riiank.S(Tiviiig falls on Slonday, no .spo cial Kor\ices will lie held in Kiio.\ Chiiirh that day. Tomorrow, how-I'M'r Die legiilar morning and evening Keiviics will of 'Phanksgiviiig character. During the erection of the now nli;irch. the congregation worships in the old clnuvh building, on Clyn St. .south. All cordially welcome. Big Thanksgiving matinee Monday at 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. Tho While J'urnituro Cu. will open on Tuesday ne.\t with one of the must up-to-date an', tho Daily Herald, will not bo issued. Complete change in program at the Bijou tonight. Thos. Cavcn of Cranbrook, B.C., one of tho oldest railroaders In this country is in town today. .Vlbert Scruger was assessed 55 i^nd costs by Inspector West last night for being d. and d. C. Parker, formerly of Orent Palls, Mont., but latterly of Sweet Gross, has entered the freight ofTlCQ ol tho A. R. & 1. Co. as clerk. .V. W. Brokenshiro deposited ?25 with the police last night as a surety that he will appear tonight on the chiirgc of being drunk and disorderly and resisting arrest. F. R. F. JfcKitrick and B. 11. .Sniith of the Stirling public school stalT were in the city Inst night on their way back from the teachers' convention at Jlaclcod. 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 lOc and 15c. Tho ca.so against Win. I'orter of the .\rling>'.on Hotel for .selling licpior on Sunday was dismi.ssed by Mugis-1 (rate West last night on account of lack of evidence. Tho man who reported the case to the police and wlui.se evidence was recpiired to eslab-lisk the case, loft town yesterday nuirning for parls unknown. Ue was brakcman on the bridge erecting tra-v(4ler. Big Thanksgiving matinee Monday at 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. The Rev. C. D. Camiibell, district secretary of the Alberta Au.xilinry of the Canadian Bible Society is in the city iind will speak in tho interests of his work tomorrow in the Methodist Church in the morning and in the Bajitist Church in the evening. \ meeting of the Local branch society will ho held in the Nfothodist Church lit till' clo.se of I lie evening services, at which the nuxlel constitution will lie presented for adoption, odlcors cl-ecti'd fo.r the ensuing .year depository matters discussed, and canva.ss tor coniributioiis instituted. .\ll interested in the work that is being done by the Bible Society both at home and abroad are earnestly invited to; attend. You Can Easily Pick Out a Man Wearing a Hudson^s Bay Suit Hudson's Buy Clothing is the einbodimcnt of stylo and distinotioii, and vo_^rosents valne and fit in ovevy suit. It MU>S'r bo good clothing to havo our label. If you only knew the .system of tho most rigid in- section Hudson's Bay clothing is made to undergo, lere wouldn't be a moment's hesitation on your part when you tliouglit of buying a new suit. Our clothing ifsclf is tho greatest argument in its favor. We have your suit? When will you come for it? HUDSON'S BAY CO. No neied to have them as we havea couiploto stock of Folt Boots, Slippers, Ovorshoec, Cardigans and Mocassins. THE FOOT TOGGERY William llinlcy, (ho Magrath lad, charged with stealing a cheque from tho mail, was up before .Judge Hor-vey this morning. Ift pleaded guilty Tho .Tudgo, after reprimanding him, let him go on suspended sentence. .\. C Bohrnstdt of-^liuneapolis, for merly with tho O. WV Kerr Co., but now operating in lands on bis own account, is in tlio city with a small pait.v which includes Rev. F. M. Height of Hudson, Wis., a prominent Methodist clerg.vmnn nnd Rov. Croz-ier, pastor of a :\rothodist Church in TMinnoapolis. . Quong Sing, who keeps the restau-rnnt in tho post ofllco block, intends erecting a two-storey brick block on Ford St., across the lano from bis present establishment. IIo will use it for restaurant and store. Tho building will have forty feet frontnge with acconiniodation for two stoics. Clarosholm will vote on local option on tho '2ith. That will bo tt.-o first \otc of the kind in Alberta. K. r .Stewart, prlncli>nl of tho Pin Cher Creek schools is spending the Thanksgiving i)oriod in the city wltii friends. MAGNETIC CONFECTIONERY the kind we make-that thrills (lie imhile and ioiiebcs the rigbl spot always. Purest ot flavoriiipg, frosli-e.st ot cri>."imH and nuts-PEKFEC-TION ill every box nnd pound, if U have never tried our confectionery there's a surprise in store. Y don't U try it? Sochon's Kandji litciien David King has nspirations and is busy canvassing the electors (hat lie may bo elected alderman of the city. Tho trial of Roy Slssons will take place no.vt Friday. C. F. Harris will defend him. Krncst Allen, a C. V. R. employee 'complains of the loss of a watch stol-erth of goods Avill be given away free. Wfttch for the Opening Announcement A car of steel for the now aland-pii-e has arrived. WANTED Dining room girl wanted. Apply nt Windsor Hotel. 79-1 NURSING (Mi.s-s) G. .'V. Dainty, gi'aduntc nurse, Norman St. enst of We-stmin- stor Road. * 279-6 Dainty Dorris changes her act tonight at the Lyceum. RAZORS We have iho Stock of Siieffield Cutlery Inspection Invited HAYR. BROS. Phono 73 P.O. Box 27 I BIJOU THEATRE The inanaj.'eiiieiit of the Bijou Till litre Cn, wishes to thank the pub-lie ill general for their hearty support ill attciidiiip and witnessing the | iiKiving (lictures in the i)ast and ion till' present the moviiifr pictures will bi- fjiis(>d and the Hall will be thrown (i|i;ii to the general public for all kinds iif Lepiiiinate eiiti-rtainmeiits, l.idih day anil iiiglit. For further in-fiiriiialioii aply to G. A. Steven.s. Oiti'd tiiis "111 day i)i Niivenibcr A. II., I'JOB. GOOD BUYS Two Double Lots CloBe to Westminster Roiul in Walhvork Addition and near tho School, Will sell on good terms for $25O Each L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 Room 8 : Macdonaid Block THe White Furniture Co. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SIX CARLOADS OF THE LATEST STYLES OF FURNITURE The Goods are Right : and: 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 are nlwftys Pleased to show you our large stock We Defy Competition BOWMAN BLOCK as CRABB ST. 92 ;