Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
CASTtE HOTEL New and Up to ROOMS IN CONNECTION TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACt TO Wfeen to tetlbrldije Is tie IIUI5 HU 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 67Q: :PHONE 62 V Get your Edison Phonograph and Records from us. We EASTERN PRICES i New Stock Just Re- ceived New Whitney Block Agents for "Underwood Type- writer 3> S> 9 ft- I I J I i 3 I I I I J I BRUSHES that we .sell are the ;kind that m-ake you say. "Well. I'm glad I went to the Al- berta Drug Store aacl let them pick out the brush for me." You will say that whe- ther it is a TOOTH BRUSH HAIR BRUSH BOOT BRUSH CLOTH- BRUSH or any other sort of the many brushes we can supply you with. Buyers Are Critical aii-J are getting more so ev- STV clay. They have learned to dis- tinguish between th-.1 com- mon and the good. Thojr know that for the best in dispensing and drags, that. the name of J. D. Higinboth- am Co., Ltd. on a package means "the 'acme of excel- lence. And we guard our repu- tation by only having the br-st in even-thing.' .0. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Nigk. The Store of Quality Deadman's Pure Honey Iu cornb 25c Ib. glass jars 20c I Ib. glass jars 25c II Ib. glass jars 30c ars olb. pails S.' Sl.OO 10 Ib. pails PHONE 21 Geo. Kerr Co. Successors to Bradbeer Co. first UHiOH Grceepy Store in City- Special Week End Bargain Sale for the Balance of This Week Have a Look at our Window and tee what We are doing Refer to Advertisement for Prices THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE WEATHER. Ed mo u ton, cloudy 26 10 .00 Calgary, cloudy 30 16 .00 Lethbridge, cloudy 33 19 .00 Winnipeg., cloudy 54 30 .00 Forecast All and cold. Light snow flurries. CITY AND DISTRICT I CITY AND DISTRICT i Sec.-Treas. Barnsley of the Y. M. j C, would like the members selling: tickets to make their returns to him as soon as possible. The North Ward Concert and I Hall will be'completed in two weeks' j time. Mr. Thos. Kennedy, the own- ,er, intends running" a moving picture show with high class vaudeville. Pric- tes will be arranged according to the show. In the same block there will be an up-to-date barber shop, pool room and bowling alley. Also the 1-lygenic bake shop and their store. The block is 125 feet bV 25 feet. three stories including the basement and will be known as the Kennedy Block. The hall will -be opened with the popular play known as "The Coun try Kid." Another -change in the program to- night at the Eureka. All new pictures. See the great Ozavs. i WORKING SHOES i 4. i At Prices that Talk 4- HEAVY SPIKED BLUCH- JU leather hand-' f sewn e-'nmters HEAVY GRAIN BLUCH- 1 X I ttf FINE OIL GRAIN. BEUCH- X ERS -j- MEN'S HIGH BOOTS AT t from to J. _______' T' llberta Drug and Book Eo, Prescription Specialists i i, fflPLfif, GEO. N. McLEAN General Cartage .kinds; .of teaming done satisfactorily. Coal delivered C. 0. D. 52 Urban tte, sign writer and paint- i or ;-f Lt-.t-h bridge, to Norma May Bend- er, of 'Port- Angales. Wash., which I took place at the. Wesley Church par- sonage at three o'clock yesterday af- U'rooon. The .bride" and .groom were supported by Miss Grace Mayhew and Leon J. Carrier. happy will r-.sidt' in the city. Tne home of Mrs. John Schweitzer, 539 Burdett. St'., was the scene of a very pretty wedding last evening at I seven o'clock when hor daughter, Mary Melvina, was married to Ben- jamin Byam McGregor, of the Can- j adian Real Estate Co., of this city, j j Rev. T. P. Perry performed the cer-l omony in the presence of only, the' I immediate relatives The home was j i prettily decorated and many hand- j some presents bespoke the -esteem in i which the young people' are held by i tht-ir numerous Mr. and Mrs. j I McGregor will reside on Argyle Ave.! Trainmaster -Hobkirk, ot Medicine Hat, is in the city today._ Orders for Christmas puddings and mincemeat will" be received by Mrs. Henson any other member of St.-Monica's Guild. _.. 2S1-1 Two'drunk and disorderly cases composed the. docket at the police court tins morning. The usual fine of three dollars and costs tras im- posed. RUBBERS OVERSHOES In every Style and Description for the Snow or i i i i M Mud whichever comes; also Heavy Gum Rubbers and City Boots I I S I I f; Couches Bed Couches Davenports Bed Lounges usually usually usually usually These are unequalled in tasteful styles, variety and prices Lethbridge furniture Co.