Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
and Up tt IAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION Ifie Lethbridge Daily Herald THE FLACK TO STAY Mil in iitlbridgi Is the OILLIS HOTll I Cook Stoves and Ranges The Store of Quality Headmen's Pore tee? In oorab 25c Ib. glass jars...... 20c 1 Ib. glass jars...... 25c I.1, Ib. jars---- HOc Quart jars......... 7oc 5 Ib. 10 Ib. S2.CO. NEW ARRIVALS CALIFORNIA CORMSHEAN GRAPES, MERCED SWEET POTATOES, WINTER PEARS, CLO VERH1LL CREAMERY BUTTER, HOT HOUSE LETTUCE, Etc, Etc. THE GO O D CO. OHOME 9S HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Warm Slippers for Cold Weather In Wool, Buckskin, Wool Lined Leather, ancl many other styles. These are the warmest, most comfortable and convenient bedroom slippers in the trade. You need them lor the whole family NELSON GOW Special Prices Month One Hardware P.O. BOX 62 PHON'E Geo, Kerr 21 Successors to Bradbetrr Co. first Uf Grocery Store in City, Gramo p hones Prices range from iip. THE BEST MACHINES on the market and a large stock of records. TWO RECORDS for the PRICE-of ONZ Phom 25i New Whitney Block Agents for Underwood Type- writer Compounded Exactly Right Havinir at our command complete lines of highest .grade prescription mater- ials, and having had ex- tensive experience in pre- scription preparation, we can and do guarantee that each prescription you bring here will be com- pounded exactly right in eveiy particular, precisely as the prescribing physi- cian Trants it to be com- pounded. UberteDruyandiookCD, PrescriptioD Specialists I, 5.-MY, Mgr. SPONGE ON US Kiginbotham lias the sponges at the right prices. Altho sponges are be'oai- ing scarcer and more expen- sive we have- picked up a fine assortment at very rea- sonable 'Family; and1 Chemists. Telephone Niglv THE WEATHER. Evhnonton, cloudy 25 15 .1 Calgary, fair 50 26 .1 Lethbridge.. cloudy 59 23 .1 Swift Current, fair 54 34 .1 Winnipeg, clear 46 J Fair and mild weather has bet grit-nil throughout the prairie pr In Northern Alberta, how- j it ha tinner, had any- pari in putting them up. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUiSQlST Lanterns We blow about our lanterns because the wind can't 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 lightly. Stafford Agnew Co. RENEWS SUBSIDY j Ottawa, Nov. trade and commerce department has renewed! j for one year the contract with the C. j i P. R. for steamship service between j Halifax and St. John, and London. The company gets a subsidy of COS lor a ten-trip service! j 01 live out town, writ- ts." LIVELY CAMPAIGN AT FERNIE (Special to the Herald.) Ferr.ie, B. C... Nov. cam- paign is livening up rapidly and the rls are full of politicians of all FOR ONE WEEK. Economy Proficiency In Operation are Important Factors in the pur- chase of a Stove. Same as above out reservoir 22.75 The secret of such great economy in TREASURE STEEL RANGES is their practical con- struction, liberal distri- bution of asbestos and perfectly proportioned fire box, ovens and flues. All parts of the oven coming in direct con- tact with the rays of the fire are protected' that indestruct- able non-conductor, As- bestos, and strongly braced to prevent warping. 'Oven is well ventiiat- ed. Every one absolutely guaranteed. McKeown Hardware Go. "We Ship out of Town Daily." Ltd. P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 E BABY WILL LIKE i Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil'if you wish to give it. An agreeable pre- paration' of this well- kno tfn remedy containing 50 per cent pure oil, arid 50c: at the v Please trim carefully around border VOTING COUPON Void after November 19, 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PR5ZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES -I When, filled- out and .received of date above. Address. Contest Headquarters People's urug NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist St" Optician Phone 445 Night Bell N- called for and delivered to any part of the city. COME AND GET YOUR MEALS AT THE Victoria Mansions Afternoon Bring your friends and try us. SUNDAY HOURS Quebec H eater Don't Forget, for One Week, Bargains in Quebec Heaters, with fireproof brick. ]STo. 5, reg. Sale Price No. 4, reg. Sale Price, KG. 3, reg. Sale Price, Pot, reg. 30c., Sale Price 2Oc, 3-quart Pot, reg. 35c., Sale Price 25c. 5-quart 'Pot. reg. 50c., Sale Price 35c. High- Backed Kockers. reg. Sale Price 32.65. -Dining Room Chairs, reg. S1.75. Sale Price COME AND SEE US The Golden West Furniture OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE I Five Lives Ate Wiped Out The Liberals seem to be the mesti _ _ .__ _____ active and are arranging for publicj- in every precinct in the] _ "ding. in met Mr. Jensen who was en- (Continued from Front Page.) A careful canvass of the voters and j wrappccj with the scrutinizing of the lists is already j Off under wav. DOESN'T FAVOR CANADIAN NAVY "Js'ov. Daily Graphic, speaking of naval discussion in Canada, thinks that Canadian sen- timont could bt> recognized without putting Canada to.the.expense of cre- ating "an entirely now navy, which could not for many years be sv> fi- nable as an number of added to'th? "Royal navy. flames. Taking his 5 succeeded in smoth- ering the fire but not until Mr. Jen- sen was badly burned. By this time the nre had gained such headway that it was impossible to get in and there being no ladder entrance to the upper story it was impossible. Two of the' older girls their lives by jumping out of an upstairs dow, but the others were burned in their beds. Mrs. Jensen was fiiclc in bed, the T t X t J X t T T T T T T UP-TO-flftT[ 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. now showing a full range of Dress Slippers for evening wear in al] the aewest designs and colors. Men's Good Strong Working Shoes from per pair tip HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY "H- -H- youngest child being a week old. The accident has cast a gloom over the entire town. SONS OF ENGLAND BANQUET A rrangements are now complete for the annual banquet, of the S. 0. 33. tonight at the K. of P. Hall. In- among the invited cucsts are: C. A. Magrath, M.P., Mayor Her son and the city aldermen, Wilson and Insp. West of the R.I M.P. Bro. C. F. P. Conybeare respond to the toast of "The and Brother the Rev. J. Ghivers will propose the toast o Sons of England. Tickete may be obtained from members ot Tne Hon. W. A. Buchanan, M.P.P.; committee.