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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta :-M\x p,aiM�-c' RCDPATH STREET We Sell ror Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 I Clfltli BoBnil Books I 35c eAch or 3 for $1.00 ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st loir fat of Uitoi Ink ^ Phon* 2BI Agent* for Underwood Typ�wr!ter�. MANICURE NEEDS The appearance ot the hands moy be improTcd by the use of one or more of the following articles kept by us, viz.: Mnnicur* Sciwors Manicure Powder Manicure Paite Orangewood Sticks Complexion Brushes v Nail Pottshert Nail Buffers Nail Files Nail Enamel Ongaline Emery Boards, Etc., Etc. J.O.RigiRbotliiRftCo.Lti. ' Funlly and DltpetutaK Chemut* Telephooe M Retideut Nifht Cl�k The Store of Quality CITY AND DISTRICT Compute change of pictures to- night at the Lyceum. John M. OUIham loft thl.s moruing to si^end the winter jvt his hotna in Duluth. Mr.s. F. Marllos of Winnipeg, is visiting her. \mclo, Mr. .Ins. A. 'Mtvc-DonttUl, Dufferin St. M. Freeman left this morning with another excursion party for hi.s fruit lands at Burton City. Harry lA>mon after an absence of four years, has returned to the city n.s ninnngcr for the White Furniture Co. The man McMillan, who broke Into a shack belonging to Ernest Allen, and stole a watch was yesterday coin mitted for trial nt the Barracks, What do you need in drutjB"? That is a broad question but ours is a big stock, so covers everytliinp you ' [ could want in i I Drugs & Medicines ; In our stock we have nearly 9000 items. Surely, whatever you want can be found herain stock.' I Klberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists Z 1. B. RIPLEY, Mgr. lETHBBIBGE Mr. La Moine, at the Lyceum, In classical selections on the violin. Will be Lociated In our New Quarters * By Saturday, Nov. 14th PHONE 21 B. BfHDBKR & CD. loccmtilllHIIfUHi �tt8Ba8BiiBi8iig-gi i'i'-i iiJBi'iaa IS YOUR HOUSE WARM AND COZY THIS COLD WEATHER THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair............. Oalgarj-, clear ... ... .02 Lethbridge, cloudy .......... Medicine Hat, clear ......... Regina, snowing .......44 Winnipeg, cloudy .......06 Forecast-Fine and very cold today and on Thursday. 10 16 17 20 34 28 SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of llie celebrat(.'d teacher, William Shuke-fcpearo, will recoive pupils in singing iind voice production. Also engage-nionts for lUillad Concerts, At Homes, ntc. For further information address the Letlibridge Conservatory of Music. The Whole Story WE QUALITY PRICE CAN GIVE Y'Ol' BOTH luniDer Co. ltd. Plioues 23 and 12;? Main Yard   North oi Track Office - RedpatliSt.Wes( Some of our prominent young men were out shooting. When asked if Ihi-y got anything, one replied, "Oh, yes. I got a voi-j- sore shoulder." It was stated in error yesterday that J. W. Reirt was enabled to leave the hospital. Mr, Rcid w�is taken to the Hospital on Monday. C. A. Cooksley has new hats in stock and a special lino of trimmed hats at Su.OCi. .\11 colors. Bargain Day evei-j- Snturilny during the win-tor. 81-1 Complete change of pictures tonight at the Lyceum. The police last night coralled live head of cattle that have been giving Some of the citizens a great deal of annoyance lately. Owners will find their propertj- at the pound. The Standard Land Co. have taken out a permit for another two-storey brick block to be erected on Round St. opposite the Herald office. If weather permits the work will be com menced this fall. The V.M.f. gymniusiuni classes are .onslanily increasing bolh in altend-imcn and Young men or oUIer wLshing to join any ot the class-os shoulii go to some of the committee and got a ticket. Rev. A .A. Lytic will conduct the Services at Iron Springs on Sunday and will attend a tea and social at the church on Jfonday evening. Last Sunday the church was decoratetl and siiecial Thank.sgiving .services hold. Ail iiieiiilxTs of the Tno discussed. At the :Methodist Parsonage on Red patli St., at .'I..10 on Tuesday, Nov. 10th, by Rev. ,J. Jf. Harrison, pastor of Wesley ("hurch, Ra,v Floyd Hoffman, of Medicine Hat, Alberta, and Rebekah Sauers of Wilimer, N. 11., wiTe united in marrlngp. A LOCAL BUDGET The .Janso & McDonald grading out-ftl across the river ai-c held up oa account of the frost. This morning seventeen three-horse teams were In for the winter's supply of hay. A bam has Ijeen erected across the river. One hundred and ten horses will 1)0 wintered there. All persons that Jike to trip the light fantastic toe please remember tonight is your chance at the Bijou. Last evening in the heme of Mr. and Mrs. H. Chard, Bompas St., .lo-seph Brown Foreman, brother of Mrs. Chard was united in matrimony to Ethel Freeman. Rev. AVm. Reid performed the ceremony. Miss Freeman arrived in the city yesterday morning from her home in Durham, Eng. Mr. and yirs. Freeman will make their homo with Mrs. Chard for a short time. .Public ball at the Bijou Hall tonight. MLss aiargaret Macp. Fraser A.G. CM., has resigned her position as teacher at the Lethbridge Conservatory of ^kfusic and has o|>ened lior studio at the residence of Mrs. Hut-ton, 812 Courtland St. Miss Fraser is a first class Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fl.sher, musical director of the Toronto Conservatory of .Afus-ic, Jtisa Fra.ser teaches jiiano and theory-jilano especially. The Cranhrook Herald says; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tate and family left on Thursday for Vancou%'er, from � If you have the proper' kind of honter.yoft ai'o independent of all outside tcmpemtuvis, A good heater of the required size will keep your house comfortable all the, time. Our heaters. will rettiin the fire all ^;nightv tind you don't have to freeze to death in the 'mornilig Juistling around getting the fires up. What a comfort to get up in the morning and find the house actually warm. Our stock is not quite in shape for the formal opening, but our stoves and heaters are all displayed for your in.specti6n. HEATERS FROM $5 TO $25 Cold : Feet No noed to have them as we have a complete stock of Felt Boota, Slippers, Overshoea, Cardigans and Mocassins, THE FOOT TOGGERY nnd whnt^ Mr. Crandoll would. Jefoncc. Mr, Dovis conflnod him- The McKeowo Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 302 Bryan Block The Y.M.C. Mock I'arllamont will meet tomorrow evening at the Club rcibms. Tho leaders ond parties will be chosen and programme for tho scr son outlined. This feature affords tho best possible training for yoimg men in public speaking and debate as well as prpyiding an excellent for an wcning. : Rolls DIED Ki':i,LKR-A L�nIibridK�', on Tup.s-(liiy, KovfuibcT 10th, llnli)h Clillon Kcllci- airi'd 26 yfars 6 day.s. Funeral will Icavo the utidertakiuB parlors at 2.;t0 tomorrow (Thursday) and proofed to .St. -Augustiii's Church where the si'ivicc will hi- held and tlK-iicf to ilic Cliurcli of England cemetery. Tin- fuiH'nil will be in chnrpe of tho Miis'inie Lodge. Fountain Pens We carry a complete line of Waterman's Ideal Prom $2.50 to $16.00 J. J. Johnston Prearriplvxi Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- whero after visiting for a short time, Ihey will go to Tx!thbridge to visit their son Ross. At Lethbridge they will l)e Joined b.v Bert Ross, Mr. Tate's brother, and while Mrs. Tate stops in Lethbridge, Mrs, Tate, her children and Bert Ross will visit friends at North Bay, Ont. l.ast night a big list of drunk aud iljsorderlies were up Ijofore Inspector West at the Police Station. S. Shil-hoy got Si) and costs, A. W. Broken-shire $5 and costs, W. Peterborough ^\ and costs, A. Moras $2 and costs, (!. Tipi)lc, dismissed, S. Dovero $2 and costs. P. Mcl-ean and E. O'Dell were taken to the Barracks this nior-ning whore AtcLean got $10 and costs and O'Dell $2 and costs. A. Y. P. A. MEETING Monday being the birthday of His Mnjcsly King Edward VII., tho A. y.P.A. of SL Augustin's opened the meeting by singing tho first veree of tl�e National Antliem. The doublft holiday of the king's birthday and Thanksgiving did not prevent a successful meeting, seven new nienibers being added to the already lengthy association roll. After a lively dig cussion of the various business matters a short program was carried out consisting of a thoughtfully selected reading from Ruskin, by Robin Sher-Ibck, and two excellent recitations by Mr. Asqueth. A particular effort is being mad* to secure a crowded meeting next Monday. All the young people of St, Augustin's clmrch are jequeatcd to consider tliems.elves members of tho Young People's Association and to come and have their names added to the roll. have flJiswored to the questions of Mr. Nolan, nobody will ever know because Mr. Davia objected to live qtiestions which wcrd watoris, ginger ale, etc., are indisponsable for the sick room or for a morning draught. No one sliould be without a case of our drinks in tlie liousc. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY. Ltd .lolf to a discussion -of various copies of tho Eye Opener, from which he road extracts. He claimed Edwards was a degonerut(! on account of the publication of the Eye Opener and because of his drunken habits. Davis said that the defence wi.shed to kill the Eye Opener. He liwisted that this Was tho trial of Edwards and not the trial of MoGillicuddy, and he called upon the jury to suppress the Eye Opener by their verdict. After ho had concluded his addrefis tlie judge intiniatcd that he should direct the jury to find a verdict of guilty as regards the matter being libellous, but that he should leave them to consider iw to >vhether or not the plea of justiflcatiori had been e-s-tablished. The court tlien adjourned. (Continued From Front Page) that the name of hisj client had been associated with the name of a notorious person and that the fact had not been defended'in the plea. Eventually the judge accepted th plea on the understanding that the crown would file a demurrer some time during the day. Mr. Davis then threatened an adjournmeet at same portion of the case if the pro' secution were not prepared to admit certain copies of the Eye Opener. "We may have to rake Canada from end to end for copies of the Eye Opener," said Mr. Davis, "if my friend does not admit these copies." "If you show me a copy of the Eye Opener,' replied the judge, "I shall have no difflculty in believing it is a copy of the Eye Opener." After tlii� the jury was sworn and E. T. Hannnond was called. In reply to Mr. Nolan, Mr. Hammond stated that he was business manager ol tho Calgary Daily News and he identified a copy of the News of Oct. Cth, which contained the letter which formed tho basis of the alleged lilx^l. He had never seen tho letter signed "Nemisis," until he saw it in print. It was at this point that the sensation of tho day occuri'ed, "I do not dispute publication," said Mr. Davis. 'I dan> say you do not," said Mr. Nolan. "Do you admit authorship?" "That's what I thought I was admitting,' rci)lied Mr. Davis. "We admit the article was written by Daniel MoGillicuddy and we admit the publication of the article." "I maintain," said Mr. Nolan, that this libel is a malignant attempt to ruin Mr. Edwards." E. H. Crandell wjus the lost wit- LOST .A portion of a pair of eye-glasses, consisting of one lens and gold bridge, on Round or Redpath ytreots, between London Road and the Jobbing Co. Finder will please leave same at ofUco of Jobbing Co. 81-1 TO RENT Si xroonied house on London Road. Apply James Fisko, City. 281-C MISS MARQKRET MACP. FRASER, A. T. 0. M. I'"irst class Music Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. Tt^htr of Piano and Theory .SPECIALTY: Piano pupils in uU grades prepared for the Toronto Conservatory (ixaminations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical education, preparing them fully for the teaching profession, for tlie concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the so cial circle. Personal consultation in Studio, at tho residence of Mre. Wni. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbrid(e, Alt*. NEWS FROM THE UQUOB DEPIIBTIIIEIIT Tlie very finest Wines and Liquors obtainable are supplied by our Liquor Department, because Ave' iiii-port direct in the wood and do our bottling at our Winnipeg vaults. The gi-eatest Care is exercised in these vaults, and all Hudson's Bay Wines and iiiciuoi's are guai'anteed to be absolutely pure. In addition Ave carry a stock of Native ancl Foreign Wines not bottled by the Hudson's Bay Co. Ask us about these lines. Hudson's Bay Special Old Scotch For a delicious, mild and mellow wuiskey we recom-. mend our Hudson's Bay special old ^ 1 -OC Scotch. Price per bottle... ...... w*A *�yf Hudson's Bay Special Liqueur Scotch Hudson's Bay best procurable old Scotch, a liqueur whiskey of great age and absolute a 4 purity. Price per bottle.......... ^ jl Ow Specials in Brandy Our Hudson's Bay brandy is all bottled in cognac and is distilled from the pure grape-the finest grown. It is unsurpassed for medicinal purposes. Hudson's Bay Diamond Brandy, per bottle... .$1.25 " Special " " .... 1.50 " Extra " " .... 1.75 " Liqueur " 75 years old.... 5.00 Are You Fond of Port ? Oiir Port is a splendid tonic for invalids Hudson's Bay Old Port, No. 1, per bottle......$1.00 No. 2 " ...... 1,25 " Special Old Port " ...... 1.50 Quality in Rum Hudson's Bay Jamaica Rum, per bottle. " DemararaRum .$1.25 . 1,25 From the best Distilleries in Canada Hudson's Bay Old Rye, per bot. 75c ; per gal, $3.50 " 5-y-oRye " 85c " 4.00 " Special Rye "$1,00 " 4.50 " Walker's Club' 1.15 " 5.00 " White Malt " 75o " 3.50 HUDSOIfS BAY CO. X Fine New Stock of SKATES HAYR BROS. Phone 75 P. O. Box 27 991334 ;