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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw end Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION Daily Herald THE TO When la iBthbridge is the QULIS Mill I More Bargains IN STOVES No. 9 Cast Stove with 18in. Oven, Duplex Grate and Pouch Feed No. 9, same as above, with reservoir Call and be convinced that we can save you money on stoves The Hick Hardware Co. I The Store of Quality In comb 25c i Ib, glass jars 20c 1 Ib. glass jars 25e Ib. glass jars 30c Qiicirt jars 5 Ib. pails 10 Ib. pails.... PHONE 2] Geo. Kerr Co; Successors to Braclbeer Co. first. OK ion Grocer? Store in City Week End Bargain Sale for the Balance of Dm Week Have a Look at our Window and see what We are doing Refer to Advertisement for Prices THE GOOD CO. 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY i I HAY AND FEED FOR SALE Three Qualities of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw for Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts LOWEST PH1CES PROMPT DELIVERY RUBBERS OVERSHOES In every Style and Description for the Snow or Mud whichever comes; also Heavy Gum Rubbers and City Boots 31 NELSON GOW j RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 4: I I P.O. BOX 670: 62 i i I I We Jiave just received rolls of wall paper, our first shipment of nest year's wall papers.. You will find papers to suit all rooms and at prices rang- ing from Sc. np. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE 25! New Whitney Block for Underwood Type- writer i i 1 i I DEPARTMENT We consider the pre- scription counter the keysloneof our whole business struct lire and 'have spared neither time, effort or money in making this the most com- plete, and thoronghly organized and equip- ped dispensing de- partment in the coun- try liberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists ft, B, RIPLEY, Mgr. LEIHBRIDCf ONLYMEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This bas been our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the Do- minion statute -7- and have consideration for onr em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 4 p.m. to 5 p.m 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls rise Phone 49 or JSTieht Bell J. D. Kiginfjotfiani fiUtt FIM1LY USD 01SPENSIRG GHEITilSTS THE WEATHER. Swift Current, 12 2 .001 Winnipeg, fair...... H .00' Weather throughout the prairie J-j; provinces Been mostly fair very cold. Forecast All and decidedly colder j today and on Sunday. I WORKING SHOES X T At Prices that Talk f '-.'V- T GEO. N. MCLEAN General Cartage kinds of teaming- done satisfactorily. Coal CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. J. R. Anderson will not re- ceive on Tuesday. The Otis Staples Lumber Company shipped a car of horses from Card- ston to Cranbrook yesterday. The Lyceum, next Monday night, bigger, better, more to_ date than j ever before. .Opening next Monday' night. Jas, Rose, Charles Van Home, and R. O'Hagan are on a shooting trip to 18-mile Lake. They report gjod shooting. Mrs. Pitbladc, who has been visit- ing friends in Lethbridge for the past three months returned to Hosmer on Friday. The new Lyceum Theatre Orchestra with classical selections next Monday night. Seats now on sale at The Ar-j cade. x 1 The following building permits were J issued today: S. Shaw, a dwelling on j CITY AND DISTRICT j Gordon Ironsides Co. shipped nine-! 2 teen cars of cattle from Pearce this v morning. They were consigned to j. Winnipeg. j Ijl Mrs. Rafton-Canning will be at' T home at the Victoria Mansions on! Monday from three o'clock until five- j thirty, and on the third Monday of I JL each month afterwards. Professor and Mrs. Wrigley are the guests of Mrs. Rafton-Canning at the Victoria-Mansions. Mrs. jWrig- ley will receive on Monday next with Mrs. Rafton-Cahning. Two weeks or nigh class fun and merriment at the Lyceum commenc- ing next Monday night with a change of program every other night. A big time is expected tonight at the Labor Hall when the football u-ams meet to receive the shields for the season. An excellent programme has been provided. Ten cars- of graders' outfit passed through the city today en route for Emerson, Colorado, to be used on construction work there, consigned to Peterson and Nicolson. Miss O'Connor has opened rooms in-the Acadia Block where hairdress- ing, scalp treatment, manicuring and facial massage will be scientifically done. Another, change in the vaudeville tonight at the Dont fail to see The Ozavs, aJso Lloyd, the Eng- lish comedian. Ripiey Brothers have just unloaded' four cars of oats and have a large, supply of hay of different qualities and prices. They are now in good shape to supply customers and orders received at their warehouse at the corner of Bartlett and Dufferin Streets or phoned to 294 will rer ceive prompt attention. The cases of horse stealing against Nelson Horns were adjourned at the District Court till next 'Tuesday to allow time to procure witnesses. In the interim, a charge of'defacing a brand was proceeded with against Per cy White Buffalo, another Indian from the reserve. .This charge had to do with the same horse which Nelsoii Horns was accused of having stolen. The Indian had cut the brand, accord HEAVY SPIKED BLUCH- leather hand-, sewn counter? HEAVY GRAIN BLUCH- ERS FINE OIL GRAIN BLUCH- ERS MEN'S HIGH. BOOTS. AT from to Royal Shoe Co Crabb Street Opposite Bank of Montreal For Please trim-.carefully "around border VOTING COUPON Void after November 2-1 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES FOR Address. When filled out and received at Contest Headquarters before expiration of date above. Christmas and New Year Greeting cards Economy Proficiency SEE THE Lethbridge Quick Print F. T. ROBBINS, Prop. Room Shepard Block II .lit CITY AND DISTRICT D. C. Morrison of Calgary, been appointed manager of the new branch of the Molson's Bank, at mond City, is in the city. The Good Co.'s window presents an especially attractive display this week. This "compapv understand how to use their large window to the best advantage. V J.t antipating _a-large the city. Christmas trade have received a verv large assortment of seasonable goods includin- valises, robes, leather goods etc. CITY AND DISTRICT W. R. Hull and D. W: Gillies of Calgary are in'-the .city today. Jaroes McCracken of 'the A. ,R. I. fre ght. office staff, left for Cole- man yesterday to take up his new' j duties as accountant for the Coleman Mercantile Co. P. Burns of Calgary was in the city last night and left this morning for the Mackie Ranch at Milk River where he is buying a bunch of cattle. B. boy recent arrival from Prince Edward Island was arrested this afternoon! for aassing worthless' cheques. The i police have seven cheques amounting to -which he issued during the last 'few-days on different banks in i We have devoted some time to leLirg you of the gocd qualities and attractive prices at which we are selling those high grade ranges. But we must not lose track of the fact that we have equally Bargains in Heating Stoves McJ-Cenzie, formerly a messenger I for one of the city banks and 1 0; exactly j 3 As a result of the meeting of the Citv Council last night in the capac- ity of a Court of Revision, Q, one.hundred men and women have a i it: Pnone 294-R.p.ey oats, riRht to Toto at thp forthcomin, mu_ j .bran or shorts m any quantity. nidpal elcctions who were not The newly formed provincial Board I list previously. Included in the list i of License Commissioners met at Mac j were many who have lived in the city i Wj lead yesterday. They granted the i for ofer a year, some indeed two. I a-----" fk j- j OVJ.Ut> vt u W transfer of the license of the Taber three, and even more years and have Hotel from Carroll and Doyle to Gos- been qualified to vote, but' had been sett and Bray. Mr. Nelson appl ed i left off this year's list. All the mem for a license for a hotel at Barons bers of the council, except Mayor but a protest against the granting Henderson and Aid. King who 'is still of the license was also presented. confined to his house were present. The protest was granted and the lie-j Alderman Bowman being chairman, ense refused. j Signer Piero G-herardi the famous bed-j Italian grand opera tenor has con- ding. Baled straw always in stock sented to give a concert in Wesley Entries close tonight for the Christ Church under the auspices of the Wes- mas billiard handicap at the Brown Amusement Cq.'s billiard rooms. Mr. Brown has elected' a handicap com- mittee W7. W. Holt, J ss> Rings, and H. Ferguson. entrance fee s one dollar. Prizes are given for, the winner and the run- 1 m m I" have Heating.. Stoves beantirully finished for the g room Small ones for the bedroom. Large Heaters for schools and public hallr. If you have a large place to heat we have the heating stove to do it. We can interest you. Call and see us McKeown Hardware Co. "We Ship out of Town Ltd. ley Church choir. Signer t3-herardi j is at present in Calgary, the guest of Judge Winter who prevailed upon'him to come to Lethbriage and give an} evening here before leaving for Eng- house are coming in at a great rate_ The materials for the city power are goin" at the plant, it will be rea- land to fill his engagement there. n r-v j- -i, T. tne C- P. R. making records r K-hfinvJIi Tr-iH >.a Signer Gherardi will be assisted bv dy for operation in the first week mi December and it may be ready by I inn- it through. The -engine came i December 1. delivered C. 0. D. 524 Glyn St McKillop Street for and A. i to evidence, under orders draw for first handicap will appear in Atrosky a dwelling on Cross Street ner up, also for the highest break. j Madame Jenny Le Saunier (piano- forte) graduate of the National Con-1 through from Quebec in ten days, Phone servatory of France and a pupiLofJter being- transshipped from the Em-jat lowest prices. Three The handicap starts on Wednesday, November J7th. The of the Phone 131 J. Shortel of Macleod is spending tbe day in the city. BUY for S50Q. i A concert and social given by the i 4th and 5th standard of the Convent proved to be a great success. The proceeds are to help raise funds for a new convent. rooms, close in. Leave address and price at The Arcade. 280-2 from Nelson, who was apparently the owner at that time. White Buffalo was allowed out on suspended sen- tence with a warning from the judged Tickets for the opening of the Ly- ceum next Monday night, now en sale at The Arcade. and 75c. Prices 25c, 50c, ROGERS- 11 PrescriP' Quality Right Prices Right tions Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 Eait Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acad'fl Block 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 used in compound- in s them. That no one but men with over twenty years experience and who have kept ahead of the timers, have 'had any- part in putting'them up. I I A KODAK AT XMAS.IO your friends will make them ful arid make your children's Xmas happy with BROWNIE they will rise up and bless you. Brownies from up Kodaks from up The Peoples' Drug Store Phcne 446 WESTMINSTER ROAD, LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Box !843 I L ;