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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Up to Date. ROOMS IN CONNECTION 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACt TO. STAY HID Hi Lftfcbrify rt the fllUM HOW Cook Stoves and Ranges Ranges -at Special Prices for One Month The Store of Quality GROCERIES CROCKERY Geo. Kerr Co. Successors to Bradbeer Co. First MiOH Groccn Store in City NEW ARRIVALS CALIFORNIA CORMSHEAN GRAPES, MERCED SWEET POTATOES, WINTER PEARS, CLO; VERHILL CREAMERY BUTTER, HOT HOUSE LETTUCE, Etc., Etc. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS M PROMPT DELIVERY -K-H- lip-TO-INttFOOTWEAR Warm Slippers for Cold Weather In Woolv Buckskin, Wool Lined Leather, and many other styles. These are the warmest, most comfortable and convenient bedroom slippers in the trade. You need them tor the whole family NELSON GOW I Prices from S25.0Q up. THE BEST MACHINES on the market and a large stock of records. TWO RECORDS for the PRICE of ONE I 25! New Whitney Block Agents for Underwood Type- writer jj i i I I .1 i I J i ;ii I i i i' I The Collier Electric Heat-Pad This is a unique device, utilizing electricity for the application of 'heat to tiie body Ocr whenever a uni- iorm moderate temperature is, desired. It is very convenient in size adaptable to most needs the -entire chest or, abdomen of the largest peo- ple. Can be attached to any electric lamp socket and does not- use as much power as a 16 -.c.p. lamp. For sale at JUbertBOrogandBookCo, Prescription Specialists I. BPIH, Amateur Photographers Now is tftie time to get youx Xmas calendars made Higinbotharn is showing some up to date 1910 calen- dars at a moderate price. They make an acceptble and interesting Xmas te- membrance. .411 prices at J, 0, Fauiiiy and Dispensing Cbemiats. Telephone 4S. Niglv. THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear............... 30 14 Calgary, clear 30 15 Lethbridge, fair 36 16 Regina, cloudy.................. 52 16 Winnipeg, clear.................. 62 IB Bulletin From Central Office fair with as little higher temperature, a few scattered showers of rain or snow but mostly 2 We give you the best of value in all grades. The following are a few seasonable specials: Ladies' Felt House Slippers from 65c to per pair. Boys' and Girls' Felt House Slippers from 35c a pair Men's Felt or Leather House Slippers from to per pair. We are DOW showing a full range of Dress Slippers for evening.wear in all tlie newest designs and colors. Men's G-ood Strong Working Shoes' from per pair up HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY J Economy Proficiency In Operation are Important Factors in the pur- chase of a Stove. -I-H-X-E -i-i M-I-H-I- CITY AND DISTRICT TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS v Easton Co., Limited, got in aj Lionel Brough, the English corned- carload, of suitcases and died in London yesterday, ises on Saturday. The Pullan Paper Company of It is the intention of .Sam Griffiths Winnipeg was burned out. Loss the owner of the new opera house, to! 000. reside in the future. E. W. McMullen leaves tomorrow for Calgary'to assume his duties as manager of the Merchants Bank there C. R. Young, of Arcola, arrived here on Saturday to succeed Mr. McMul- len. Mrs. E. J, Hill and Mrs. E. B. Hill will receive together on "Wednesday, Nov. 10th, -and afterwards on the 4th Thursday as heretofore. A new member of the family ap- peared at the home of Mr. S. Larsen of North Ward on Saturday. Mrs. Larsen and baby are both doing well- Only one 'drunk occupied the atten- Mr. John Lewis, a well known drug gist, of many years standing, died suddenly at Montreal. TWO MEN DROWNED Two men are_supposed to have been drowned .at Ross Lake, near Card- ston, yesterday. -They wese Tom Owen, who charge of Bar K 2 CITY AND DISTRICT i I jfc Th'e Carnation Club will hold their first dance in the Caledonian Hall on Thursday, Nov. 9th. Ladies and gen tlemen having invitations must pre- sent them at the door. No pains -been -spared, to .make .this NQ Con- s reached the dty; r A SPLENDID GEO. N. McLSAN General Cartage All kinds of teaming done satisfactorily. Coal delivered C. 0. B. 524 Glyn St Phone 131 Mr. and Mrs. B. MacKay returned, from a trip. BUY ROGERS- CUNNINGHAM LUMBER Quality Right Prices Right 1 Joseph Kelly of Winnipeg is visit- ins at Mr. A. Tilley's. The weekly meeting of... "the A.Y.P.' A. will be held in the Parish Hall at, 8 o'clock tonight. Mrs. McLean of Hillcres-t is visit- ing in the city, the guest of Mrs: Lang.. Thos. Burnett 'of- Bellevue spent' Sunday in the city visiting his par- ents here. r Excavation was started this morn- ing on the new fire hall building in- the North Ward. C. E. Acton, "a San Francisco at- torncy. is visiting his brother in the jcity. James H. Richards who for some time has operated very successfully a i machine shop on Wood Street, .will j erect a brick foundry this fall on j Wood Street. The foundry will do, i all kinds of iron and brass casting. Rev. R. K. Peck, of Claresholm. is the city today. Mrs. Peck who ihas bcen in the hospital for several weeks will return home with him to- f morrow. A. Easton and C. J. Eckstorm have started a wholesale and retail ihay and oats business. They have i erect-ed a shed on the Athletic Grounds where they will keep a large s-uppl" of hay and oats. j tion- of the Magistrate at the police court this morning. He paid and costs for a night's lodging in the st-a-j tion. j The new store of the Wilson Furni-; ture Co., Westminster Road, North j Ward opens its doors for business to- j with a very complete line of fur-j Wesley Church' Contributes Big Sum j, nit'ure, crockery and stores. No doubt j Jo Iviission Cause this new business in the North Wardj Thg mark get< lby tlle- Laymen's Mis- will receive the hearty support of the sionarv.Movement men at the supper residents north of the track. p WPejj gives promise of not being Miss Driscoll wishes to announce j ,-K ivLjbb ;any too high for the missionary hb- the opening of her Ladies' Tailoring j branch, at present at 425 Bartlett St. a great'success. Entire-, change of program at the; Eureka tonight. Ail new people. See; the Ozans, comedy jugglers and Billy Lloyd, the eccentric comedian. The Young Men's Club gymnasium classes are going .along fine and are increasing with each class. Visitors are welcome to .watch the work of the classes which are under the direc- tion of F. S. .Filmer and see if thev think they are worth while. Several were down on Friday night and after seeing the work done, decided to -join in. The next class is tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at'eight o'clock. The secret of great economy in TREASURE STEEL RANGES is their practical con- struction, liberal distri- bution of asbestos and perfectly proportioned fire ovens and flues. All parts of the oven coming in direct con- tact with the rays of the fire. protected vJiith that Indestruct- able .non-conductor, As- bestos, and strongly braced to prevent warping. Oven is well ed. Every one absolutely guaranteed. McKeown Hardware Co. "We Ship out of Town Daily." Ltd. the Eureka tonight, also some beauti- ful and colored films. Get the Eu- reka habit. Please trim carefully border VOTING COUPON Void After November 18, 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES When filled out and received expiration of date above. Address. at Contest Headquarters before ,y of the people of LethbrMgc. F------- Following the missionary meetings Miss Driscoll, latterly of Otta-; of the weeki Wesiey church made its wa, but formerly of New .innual missionary appeal yesterday 'to'Lethbridge'with a reputation Jor gplen.flid results. A-member- ship of 250 at 55.20 pe.r member, the mark set -by the laymen, meant a con 'artistic skill and designing, cutting and -developing ladies' opera cloaks, _____j and theatre trjbut.ion ot- After allowing riding habits, and. .plain., .and fancy j j300 to raised by the Epworth tailor mades. Justified iby such pres j Leaeue.' Women's Missionary Society, tige.- and fastidious dressers in Leth- bridge their orders for anv of .these -garments with full confidence in her proficiency. The innovation of the ladies' tailoring branch will fill wag found long ielt want in Lethbridge. ar.'l! w.biie the Sundav School and Mission Band the congregation was asked for to make up the sum. When the sub- scriptions were 'counted up last night S964 had been sub- others had subscribed -Miss. Driscc-11's -thcrewivh Knt -tc-ui 'state the am- will -mean artistic conception and style distinction in each order she as- sumes. iount later. The missionary commit- tee of the church expect contribution to run- up SHOO. ,The services' yesterday the year's to nearlv The Ladies' Store WE Phone 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block were' both affords a simple method of preserving ment w fiph for home use. 'JO is Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld sufficient for -200 moat. North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acad'n Block t I J- J- Johnston.-; Lanterns We blow about our lanterns because the wind cant blow them out. They are made of tin, brass and copper, have one inch wicks and hold one and a half pints of oil. They will lighten your way greatly and your purse light- ly. Stafford Agnew Co. you live out of town, MISS of dancinc (ballroom and Address 622 j Grabb. St. (Citizens' Quadrille Club! conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. r. Perry, who preached two very able sermons. The statements OR behalf of the missionary committee were made by Dr. W. S. Galbraith in the morning; and 0. D. Austin in the ev- ening. At St. Ausustin's Church, mission- ary matters received considerable afc tention. At the -evening; service Rev. J. S. Chivers, the rector, made a brief introduction cf the in introducing C. F. P. Conybeare. K.C. and H. A. J. MacDougall, who- dis- j cussed the subject from the laymen's j poirrt of view. Mr. Conybeare urged all the members of the church to take a share in the work and not leave it to the few and spoke of the good it would do. Mr. MacDougall took as the basis of his remarks. "Thy Kingdom Come" and the Col- j lect of the day, which had strons missionary reference. The duplex en- velope svstem was recommended and will probably be adopted. At the Baptist Church Rev. Wm. Reid devoted both sermons to mis- (sions. Next Sunday the missionary I appeal null be made when addresses be made by four laymen, two of the congregation and two others out- side. At Knox Church, tht matter of ad- opting the envelope system was dis- cussed and will likely be done very shortly. The sermons, by Rev, A.M. Gordon in the moraine; and Rev. Bn- in-the evening had reference to the missionary enterprise. AVcstminstcr Church also observed the missionary day, the pastor Rev. j A. A, Lytle preaching two mission- ary sermons. TAILORED WAISTS FOR FALL tailored exclusive, in style, most popular models for Fall are shown in wonderfu profusion and ample variety. TEliored waists are the most highly favored fcr that's the word cf Dame Fashion with regard to the new we are showing by far ths most beautiful as- sortment in all Alberta, Siting, stunning models with real style comprise this display. And such variety! it's a genuine pleasure to choose from this vestings, linens, lawns and like fabricts in profusion. They are durably made and will fit as though made to your measure. And how unusual to find such a splendid gathering of charming waists at prices which are well within the reach of everyone. Pure Linen Tailored Waists at Handsome new styles in.neat. tucked effects, made of fine white pure men, broad shouldered Tt with full shirt style from. One of th.e leadmr features of correctness in these waists is Iverv colbr is sbown-in half si2e smaller than nsnal with the various bnst measws, in- nlenty'of fulnessf-in bust and shoulders, and at the same time the correct size m v collar-band. FINE VESTING Made WAISTS of excellent quality washable vesting fitting tailored .styles, every one re- markable value. FINE VESTING WAISTS Handsome tucked, and Gibson effects made of extra fine quality veetings, splendidly sewn throughout and perfect fitting. Newest and Belts Gathered irom the best ufa'cturers, teeming with style, quality and chicness which distinguishes our. goods from the average, the new neckwear and. belts your Fall and Winter needs.' Remarkable values, at............35c up to Clearing Out the Suits and Values for Every suitrStyle in this range oi prices is included in this sale, presenting incomparable .saving opportunities in gar- ments of newest styles. The New Gloves and Hoisery Here are every sort of hand- covering or -hose that fancy demands. Dainty, smart de- signs for dress occasions and also the more rugged for when the winter winds come sweeping round., Let your gloves and hose come from this store and be sure of their goodness and correct- ness of price. ;