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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald ttlE PLACE to STAY IkN li litllrMli � thi HUM IflTEl ' It m^ns for you . Dohiiiirs a�id Cents in bade with us for i Hardware Stoves I Graniteware For we carry a large and well ftssortecl stock and we can assure you that the quality and price is right. Trade with ns aiid bo convinced. THE HICK HAROWIIRE GO. R�DPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone C2 P.O. Bos 070 Cloth Bpynd Books 35c each or 3 for $1.00 ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of linion Bank Phon* 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Ever-ready 12 Bladed Safety Razor $1 Complete J. 0. iiiginl)otliain&Co.Ltil. Family and Dlipwising Chcmitts Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Try a nice dish of with your Thanksgiving Turkey WE HAVE THEM Temporarif Quarters PHONE 21 G. BRIIDBEER& CD. Suuissors to RELSOH I HUEI What do you need in drutjs? '�That is u broad question but ours is a big stock, so covers every thi iig you eoukl want in Drugs & Medicines In our stock we have nearly 9000 items. Surely, whatever you want can be found heroin stock. I Alberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1. B. RIPLEY, Mgr. lETHBRIOGE Mr. Ua Moine, at the Lyceum, in classical selections on the violin. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil ul the celebrated teacher, William Shak�-epeare, will reciivu pupils in singing and voice production. Also engagements for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information addre.ss the Letlibridge Conservatory of Music. an AND DISTRICT Citiiens' Band at the Lyceum to-night. The .Vncii'Ut Folcsteits held u Vi'iy sucoetisful ball last night. Wuik has eomnienced on tl'.eQuong Sang IJlock, Ford St. The Imperial Hank has secured accommodation in the new Bijou Block. Come early to the Lyceum and avoid the crush. H. O. Bradin, of the Bow country, has been in the city for a few days. ' � Co)i.stablea Silliker and Kroniiig luive both been promoted to be sergeants. T. H. Dunne, of Ottawa, Ont., has been appointed day ticket agent at the C.P.R. station. Miss Norman in the Serpentine at the Lyceum. J. S. Gusty and J. S. Volume, of l''ernii\ H.C. were in the citj' yesterday. John Kae, of Edmonton, and James Sliort, of Calgary, were in the city on Saturday. G. S. A. Connell and A. S. P. Gib-.�on, of Calgary, were guests in the eity on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. La Moine will give you the most refined musical act ever placed on the stage at the Lyceum. Since November 1st the Coleridge Townsiti- .Vgcncy rei)ort sales amounting to oviT ?40,000. Wednesday Evening, November II, is the next regular night for the public ball at the Bijou. Trainmaster A. Hobkirk, of Medicine Hat, and \V. H. Gordon, of the bridge and building department, were in the eity on Sunday. Don't miss La Moine in his famous imitation of a steamboat on the Milk River-40 miles away-at the Lyceum. Tliree cars of settlers' effects for N. J. Kingsbury and J. Browulee, of Bisbee, X.I)., wont out to Warner yesterday. Tomorrow night 's public dance at the Bijou commences 9.30. Everybody ..welcome. ..Refreshments as usual. Calgary Xews:-Mrs. W. R. Hull entertained at Five Hundred last Saturday in honor of Mrs. James Wilson, of Lelhbridgo. Mis.-i Wiegand, Smith St., left this morning on an extended visit to Great Falls, wliere she will be the gue.st of Mrs. Hildebrand. J. W. Reid, brother of Supt. Reid, who has been in the hospital for several weeks with typhoid fever, was well iMiough to leave yesterday. W. tinrUtnd, of Medicine Hat, ha^ been ii|ipointecl yardmaster iit Li;th-liiidge, vice T. W. (jrilfith, who has been tran.sferred "to Medicine Hat. I.ociil frienils will learn with regret the' (li'atli in Toronto of Anron THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy ...... ...... 22 Cnlgnry, fair........................ 30 12 I.ethbrnlge,'cloudy ............ 30 18 Bcgina, cloudy .......10 19 10 Forecast-Continued fair and cold today and Wednesday. The Whole Story fiUALlTY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Rogers-Cunningliam lymher Co. Ltd. Phones 23 and 12li Main Yard - - NorlJi ol Track Office . -  - RedpatbSt.West of Madill, father of H. J. MadiU, the Well known traveller for R. J. Whit-la and Co. A. .\vell, employee on the eity f-U'eets, W.MS found lying on the sidewalk near the corner of ("rabb and ) Dufterin Sts. ulnnil 2.30 Sunday Mioniing. He will fiiee a charge of being thunk. The first regular monthly meeting of til". Woiniin'.s An.xiliary will be lield in St. .Augu.stine's ve.stry on Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock. All .'iieuibers as wi-11 as tho.se desirous (if joining are urgently requested to att.'nd. A LOCAL BUDGET A. L. Foster went to Clareaholni on the local. Mrs. Au.'^tin will not receive tomorrow or until the second Thursday of Decemb?r. M. A. Monroe, who was to have been manager for the White Furniture Co.. was prevented from accepting by hi.s "duties as secretnry.trea-surer of the town of Red Deer. The Knight Sugar Co. are getting beets from a considerable distance. Three cars of beets came through yesterday from Strathnioro on the 0. P. R. main line, where the C.P.R. irrigation system is located. If pupils of the Westminster and Central .schools who took prizes at the Lethbridge Fair will bring their prize cards to the secretary,' Major W. B. J3urnett, they can get their prize money. Keep your aye on the date for another one of those delightful parties given at 'the Bijou. The Wesley Church Sunday school has decided to give a cantata in connection with their Christinas tree rluring Chri.stmas week. The cantata will be in full charge of Mr. Albert Ely, who hn.s been engaged by the church to he choir leader and organist. W. R. Dobbin put through a deal recently for the sale of the .Vdams Lumber Co. to the Citizens' Lumber Co., an American concern, controlling many yard.s in tbi.s district. Mr. Dobbin was also instrumental in bringing to the city Mr. Carlson, the' Minneapolis man who purchased the Kntcrprise Lumber Co. Don't miss the La Moines at the Lycsum tonight in their side-splitting imitation of Hagenbeck's wild animals at feeding time. S. J. Shepherd and Manager Mc-Mulleii, of the Merchants Bank, spent Thanksgiving at Maple Creek. Dave Smith returned from Lethbridge last week, and has taken a po.sition with H. P. McLeod, and will probably remain in Okotoks.- Okotoks Review. G. Stirling has been appointed to the police forci- in the place of Constable Cribb, who bus resigned. Constable Stirling Is a lino .specimen of manhofjd, being six feet three inches t.'dl, and weighs 215 jiounds, and has an excellent reputation. He has seen police duty in Manitoba. FOUND. A parcel bearing the name W. L. Yo\nig was left at Chow Sam's restaurant. Owner can have same by culling and ])aying for this ad. 278-0 We are fully prepared for the I holiday Trade which will come with a rush very soon. Trade is good here :: Our merchandise is attractive. Our prices are convincing arguments proving the leadership of this Store. SPECIALS for this WEEK Ladies Gloves Kid & dogskin gloves, welled out seams, one button, in browns and tans, a swell street A 4 ft{\ glove. Price per pair..... .........V ^ v Black and Colored Gloves French kid, two buttons, a guaranteed glove and a perfect fitter. All sizes................,........ $1.50 Elbow Gloves 12 buttons, French kid gloves, colors black, inn, brown and gray^ guaranteed . 7C4 at per pair........................Am* / O Frillings Belts and Collars Newest things arriving daily PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE A. MocdonaM & Co. Feet Ko need; to have thorn as we hairoa complete stock of Felt Boots, Slippers, Overshoes; dardigauB and MocasBins. THE FOOT TOGGERY CITY AND DISTRICT W. C. Ives went to Cardston this morning to defend A. E. Austin, charged with resisting an officer in iho discharge of his duty. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., is acting for the Crown. Insp. � Howard and E. N. Barker, J.P.. will hear the case. Owing to the.crowded condition of our coiumns reports of the S.O.E. anniversary dinner and the annual meeting of the Bible Society are held over until torlioirow. I TYPEWRITERS ^ Wo arc agi'uis for the new ^ American Oliver. This '* "niacliine has many supe-, rior points. If you tJiink of purchasing atyjiewriter SCO this one before buying J. J. Johnston | g^fcsrriplvin Drugpst j -QUALITY QUARTERS-  DONALD McNAB TO CARRY LABOR BANNER (Continued from Front Page.) measure of prohibition that might be introduced in the House. G. S. Jfoore, of the Brotherhood of Railway Traimnen, objected strenuously to this, saying that he would not accept the platform containing such a clause, and would vote and work against any candidate taking that Iiledge in hi.s platform. President Shernnin upheld his position, saying that the ovorwhehning sentiment of the jtrovince was in favor of i)rohibi-tion. The liquor traffic was bettor conducted hero than elsewhere, and he proceeded to say that more liquor wn.s drunk under iirohibition than under license. It would not be good policy to pledge the candidate against prohibition, thereby getting the churches against them. When prohibition became an issue it would be time enough to take a stand. With these two clauses struck out the platform was adojjted with but one dissenting vote. Before proceeding to the nomination Secretary Tuckwell suggested that the undated resignation scheme be worked on the candidate, but Mr. Sherman pointed out that such a resignation was not legal. Among those, who were nominated but declined were Clement Stubbs, Wil. liam Henderson, T. S. Harold, D. Quigley.; F. H. Sherman, J. McTag-garl, H. Evan.s, Jna. Ritchie, J. B. Kelsey, Sid Duttcan. There was considerable discUiiBion about allowing Mayor Henderson's nnine to go before the convention. President Sher* man finally put a quietus on the pluu In a short fif)e6oh, in which he .said:-"I think it. a strange thing, and the labor world outside will think it stranger, if a coinbined convention [-of labornien und Socialists cannot find in their own ranks u man wlio can represent them. You know that Mr. Henderson is a cnpitalist." This he said, and much more. His words settled it, and one member moved that William Henderson's name be "abolished." Sherman Boosts McNabb. After the nomination the candidate and Mr. Sherman briefly addressed the convenliftn;-' 'Thr^orm^rV in'hiii remarks, said that last winter, when he w'l-'' at Edmonton,' -lobbying the Minister of Public Work] had asked him if he wa.s satisfied with the legislation he ^ot, and he had told him that they were satisfied in so far as they had pot a good instalment, but told him they would bo back after further measures to improve the conditiofis of the working man. He was willing to go forth on the platform outlined to champion their cause. There were seats in tlic legislative halls to be filled by work-ingmen. One man can be a great power there, as the Government will know that they are being watched, and will be exposed if they do wrong. Mr. Siiermiin bore testimony to the excellent character of Donald McNabb, even though ho does frequently disagree With him. He is certainly an honest man, and there is no fear of his joining the Liberal or the Conservative party. The labor man is a power in the House be. cause he knows what he wants, and does not leave it to party leaders to decide. He said that it any of the Cabinet Ministers came into the riding to oppose McNabb lie would tell where some of their legislation came from. Ho thoiight it might bo good politics for both the old parties to letTWcNabb go to the Legislature unopposed. "Stand by your men, and if you labor men do not elect liim we Socialists will roast the very devil out of you," was his appeal and threat amid the cheers of the convention. The McKeown Hardware Compa&y Limited will open for business Saturday, Nov. 14th The Opening Announcement will contain a great surprise for you, and it will l)e greatly to yQur advantage to keep track of the date, as $200 worth of goods will be given away free. Watch for the...... Opening Announcement RAZORS We have the Stock of Sheffield Cutlery Inspection Invited HAYR BROS. Phone 73 P.O. Box 27 LOST. In Oliver's Hall, on Monday niglil, at Foresters' Ball, an o.^^tricli feather fan; reward for return to Herald Oflicc. 278-0 GOOD BUYS Two Double Lots CloBo to Westminster Road in Wallwork Addition und near the School, Will sell on i;ooi] terms for $25O Each L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 Room 8 Macdcnald Block The White Furniture Co. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SIX CARLOADS OF THE LATEST STYLES OF FURNITURE The Goods are Right I 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 always Pleased to show you our large stock We Defy Competition BOWMAN BLOCK ^ CRABB ST. 28 ;