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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL tnd Up to ROOMS IN CONNECTION TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACfe TO HIM li ft IK IIUIS HDIH Cook Stoves and Ranges No, 7 Sunset No. 8 No. 9 Ranges at Special Prices for One Month The Hick Hardware Go. P.O. BOX 670 62 t Get your Edison Phonograph and Records from us. We sell at jj EASTERN PRICES New Stock Just Re- ceived nr I ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE rtC Whitney Block Aftntt for Underwood Typt- YOUR i I i i I i DRUG STORE We assume that if you vrere in our place you feel .It a duty to protect and promotej our interests in every way. Therefore we try to con- duct a store in which you have as perfect pro- tection in every way as you would were conditions reversed, and we were trading at your store UltePtaflrugaodOooKCo, Prescription Specialists J 8. 8IPLEY, lETHBSlflSE t Accuracy Purity Speed That is the ladder by which we climb We claim that our pre- scription department is a dependable one. and all our efforts are concentra- ted to that end. The doc- tor, patient and nurse use and administer our pre- scriptions with confidence and a feeling that they are handling the product of an iip-to-date and reliable dispensing department. J. 0. Hiptotliani S Co. ltd. Family and Diapensiug Chemists. Telephone 48. Nigk The Store of Quality Deadman's Pure Honey In comb i Ib. glass jars...... 1 Ib. glass jars...... Ib. glass jars----- Quctrt jars......... 5 Ib. pails........... 10 Ib. pails......... 25 c 20c 25c 30c 75c PHONE 21 Gep. Kerr Co. Successors to Bradbeer Co. first UK 101 Groeery Store in City T T T T T T X I T T T T JL r T T r UP-TO-DATE FOOTWEAR The We give you the best of value in all grades. following are a few seasonable specials Ladies' Felt House Slippers from 65c to per pair. 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 all the newest designs and colors. Men's G-oo'l Strong Working Shoes froxn per pair up 4. 1 1 9 1U ?r> 8 In Wool, Buckskin, Wool Lined Leather, and 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 THE WEATHER. Calgary, cloudy 30 Lethbridge, cloudy 43 Winnipeg, Edmonton, cloudy 28 Bulletin From Central Office The pressure has been quite low over the prairie provinces, bringing rain and snow flurries. The weather has been mostly quite mild. CITY AND DISTRICT Regular dance at the Caledonian Hall tonight. W. R. Dobbin went to Winnipeg on a business visit vesterday. Please trim carefully around border VOTING COUPON Void after November 20; 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES rOR Address. When filled out and received at Contest Headquarters before expiration of date above. i 1 j l i il is Economy Proficiency In Operation are Important Factors in the pur- chase of a Stove. CITY AND DISTRICT j The football teams of Oie city will Mrs. Ives will receive on Friday, jhold a smoker on Saturday evening; There will be a meeting of the j when the shields won by the Caledo- shareholders .of the Caledonian Socle- j nian and Sons of England teams will 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. Air 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 ventilat- ed. Every one absolutely guaranteed. I Mrs. Edward Neidie; arrived in the on Thursday next, the llth be presented by Mr. Buchanan and at 8.30. in the Caledonian Hall. 279-2 JMr. Wright, the donors of the shields. The-new Lyceum Theatre Orchestra I MJSS -v- rjpvine -d t f with classical selections next Garbutt Business College herAas the city today from spending a holi- day at Taber. Dont miss Deloy's Comedians at the____ Lyceum next Monday night in The night. Seats now on sale at The Ar-! taken a position as stenographer with Merry Widow, Jr. v j cade- the Soutkern Alberta Loan and In- Miss Addy's room of the Central I The jecond. practice of "The Mes- j vestment Company. School has the banner for attendance I siah" be "eld tonight by' the tor tie month of October. i Lethbridge Choral Society in St. Dr. Lafierty, brother of Dr. Lager- i Augustine's Hall, at 8 o'clock sharp. ty of Calgary, has arrived in the citv and opened an office in Room 20. McKeown Hardware Co. 'We Ship out of Town Daily." Ltd. has a permit for the! dwelling in the Wall-i The membership now numbers nearly ninety. The chorus work is progress ing with -great success. New mem- bers will be welcome this evening. AT THE EUREKA Comedy jugglers are the top liners at the Eureka this week. The team consists of a %ent and a lady, both run of comedy. They are proving very popular with the crowds at Al's theatre this week. Billy Lloyd, an English monologist, appears in songs etc., of a rather costermonger tyipe, and holds his own as an entertainer. Membership cards will be issued at j of do some novel and difficult j In motion pictures the program is tricks with all sorts of articles. While {specially varied and entertaining. once. GEO. General Cartage kinds of teaming done satisfactorily. Coal delivered C. 0. D. 524 Glyn St Phone 131 J. R. Naylor, of Franfc, is in the city. CIIY AND DISTRICT Miss Audrey Neale has returned home from Winnipeg, where she has j been attending school, on account of j her health 'being unsatisfactory there, i District Court sessions opened as- lain this afternoon before Judge Win- ter. A number of theft and horse stealing cases will be dealt with at this sitting. I Tickets for the opening of the Ly- ceum next Monday night, now on j sale at The Arcade Prices 2Sc, 50c -75c Rev. R. Hugh Wilson, rural dean of (Western Saskatchewan and rector of 'St. Mary's, Maple Creek, returned i home this morning after having vis- i ited F. W. Downer for two days. j Building permits were issued this morning for an addition to the hos- jpital as rooms for two nurses at a i cost of and A. S. Tolloch. a residence on Ross Street- to cost j J. W. Burton representing the Bit- ulithic and Contracting Co. of Winni- pee is in the city interviewing citv I officials and aldermen, placing the .merits of Bitulithic pavement before j them. rooms, closa in. Leave address and price at The i 1 m ;ti Bryan Block. Jahn Larsen erection of a work subdivision at a cost of j Murphy, one of the organiza-! UP continual' Eureka patrons will remember the Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wells returned j tion stag Of Canadian Order of from Chicago this morning. Foresters is in town anid' intends to p. D. Steinman is offering by public the. local. for the auction at Stirling on Thursday. No- j next COUpie of months, enlarging the vember 18th, a large number of im- i membership. es- and cattle and a big stock of im-! plements, all in first class shape.! CARNATION CLUB DANCE This will afford a splendid opportun-j The Carnation Club, under the aus- ity for the farmers to purchase good pices.of tie Q.. L A. to the B. of L. stock and almost new implements, j an uncommonly successful The Lyceum, next Monday night, j dance [n the Caledonian Hall last ev- bigger, better, more up to date than cning, .Qver one hundred and fifty ever before. Opening next Monday j imitations were issued which v nearly all responded to G. Parsons has leased the store re- i and eighty couples enjoyed a centiy erected by F. K. McNeil in; programme of well selected num-1 the North Ward and will open up in j hers. Chesty Cox's three-piece or-j the dry goods business in a week or; chestra furnished popular music and j two. coupled with the excellent condition Two weeks of high class fun and of the floor, made the dancing do-i merriment at the Lyceum ccmmenc- Kghtful. At midnight ing next Monday night with a change f were served, the edibles being in suf- like all ladies who. are interested to established lady's organization j g be at the gymnasium, (corner of Red-; being the recreation branch of the G. path and Burdett) tomorrow, to A- to the B' of L' E' The pro; i lect the uniform, and arrange for the holding entertainments the .nd class to be held at the most convened 4th Tuesdays of each month. ient hour for the majority of lbe friends of the club will be members issued invitations to attend, and mdg 3 "Another change in the program to-! ing by the favorable comments pass- j g night at the Eureka. Al! new pictures. td by the guests of last evening's af-j jk See the great Ozavs. I fajr the Club has received a good 1 start and will continue to grow in j popularity and be held in high esteem i by its friends. Those who are responsible for the j success of the dance are: Mr. Bathie. j floor manager, and- the executive com mittee including Mrs. H. H-> G-ay, IMrs. Geo. Moth. Mrs. J. Wallwork. iMrs. J. D. McLeod. Mrs. G. Alexan- Gladstone children who were here some time ago. 'They are hooked for the Eureka for next week, also a duo of very small gent comedians, who among other things put on boxing bout. There was a rumor current a few ago that one ol G-ladstone sisters met death acci- dentally, but apparently the booking shows that this is untrue. Special Bargains in Groceries and fruits for Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday of this Week Having bought very heavily in and fruits this Fail and in most cases a good deal cheaper than the ordinary grocer will, buy, we have decided to make Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week, days for bargains at our store. On Wednesday of eachweek you will see some of our bargains advertised in the Herald. By buying in 'large quantities and paying spot cash for the goods, we buy cheaper. We are giving you the benefit of this. READ the following over carefully, if there is anything you want telephone us or let us know where you live and we will call for the order, (Cut this out for Mrs. J. B. Reuter, 621 Coutts St.. nnd Mrs. J. Jones, of 623'Coutts Street will receive jointly at the! home of the former on Friday after- noon from four till six. Both ladies j are receiving for the first time since coming to the city. BUY ROGERS- Arcade. 280-.1 CUNNING HAM 11 LUMBER Quality Right Prices' Right it i -f Rogers-Cunningham North Yard, Phone 23 Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 AcacTfl Block tions Dispensed with JOHNSTON'S LABEL on the bottle is a guarantee that it is ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. That the purest and 'highest grade drugs on the market hnve been used in compound- in? them. That no one but men with over twenty experience and who have kept ahead of tlie times, 3iave had any- part in putting them tip. J. J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST Dnicrns 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. v They will lighten your way greatly and your purse lightly. Stafford Agnew Co. ONTARIO WINTER In barrels. A car of extra fine unloaded on Monday. They average about 155 Ibs. net each. No. I or XXX Spi-es, 35 barrels to sell at, per barrel NO. 2 OR XX SPIES-Just as good as No. 1, only a little smaller. 40 barrels to sell at. per barrel OTHER NO. I OR XXX Con- sist-ing of Baldwins, Greenings, Russets, Talman Kinsrs, Etc. Pric-e per bar- rel NO. 2 OR Of the same varieties. Price per barrel ____ GOOD COOKING Ibs for 5 Ibs. for ....25c 25c der, Mrs. G. F. James. BORN i Taber, November to Mr. and daughter. Mrs. C. Leonard, a i