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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHSR.DGt DAILV MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1909. RECEP TION AT TABER Taber. Nov. farewell recep- The Washer Bros... The Boxing Midgets The Funniest Act in Vaudeville ,The Gladstone Sisters ".Harmony Singers and Dancers Featuring their ginal Acrobatic Dance Pictures 1 Be Grandfather 2 lady-Barbers 3 Hobo's Dream Conti iiuous Perform-alle Big Bargains All This Week BED .LOUNGES, Regular OILCLOTH DINING CHAIRS ROCKERS and HEATERS at 35 per cent. off. .45c 31-75 for for for for .30c I tion was given in honor of Mrs. C-. Quibell, in meeting-house on Wednesday aight, November 10th, who leaves next Monday for Salt Lake City, Utah, lo spend the wiu- UT for her health. The church was crowded with people who came to pav their lust visit to Mrs. Quibell. j who has bmi their faithful friend since she moved to1 Tabor. The earlv part of the evening was spent with a I short programme, which was enjoyed i by all, while the late hours were j spent in dancing, and the music -was i furnished by the Taber city band. Mrs. Quibell was presented with a I brooch pin, as a token ot her Irientt- Iship. Mr- C. W. Quibell expects to j leave a little later in the winter. Mrs. Aubin and baby left on Wed- nesday evening for Manchester, New i Hampshire, to visit her folk and j friends. She expects to be gone about i three months. I Mr. Card well and two sons were j passengers to Lethbridge on Wednes- i Uav afternoon. I The C.'P.R- is building a water I tank near Coal City. A SNAP FOR ONE WEEK. ;r GOME AND SEE Ub AND YOU WILL FIND US THE CHEAPEST STORE IN THE CITY The Golden West Furniture Co. OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE WORKING SHOES At Prices that Talk HEAVY SPIKED BLUCH- leather hand- sewn counters HEAVY GRAIN BLUCH- ERS FINE OIL GRAIN BLUCH- ERS MEN'S HIGH BOOTS AT to Crabb Street Opposite Bank of Montreal Richard Borne, Regina, has re- ceived word of a half million legacv left by an aunt who died a -couple of weeks abo. WARNER NEWS Wanier. Xov. 13. Soarbury and i Hinson are building a fine new resi- dericc here in town. The work on the new house is progressing rapidly in 1 spile of the disagreeable weather of the last; two days. j Mr. and Mrs. Soice" have en- I joying a visit of relatives from Min- irosota. i The revival, meetings being conduct- ed by Rev. Aldridge, of Soudan, la-. 'are .proving to be a very decided suc- _ _ _ ___________ __ r- pgc; 'Rev! Aldridge, who has had a _ __ Kreat deal of experience along this HAPPINESS IN OLD AGE Hne of work> is a very interesting This evening in the Caledonian Hall speaker. Dr. Samson will deliver the address! Miss Celia Welch, who has been at- given recently in Massey Hall, Tor- j ten.ding SChOOi in Lethbridge for the onto, to an audience of three thou- j past few weeks js home on a sand people and which was referred to by the Toronto press in the most flattering terms. One of the most brilliant -sermons penned on the gospel of thrift was written by a dis- tinguished scholar and statesman two centuries ago. "Use' thy youth so that thou "est have comfort to remember it "when it hath, forsaken thee, and "not sigh and grieve at the fflscount "thereof. Use it as the spring- "time which soon dcpartcth "wMerein thou oughtest to plant j "and sow all provision for a long happy Sir Walter Ral- eigh. short Mr. and Mrs. Lust were in'Leth- bridge Wednesday and Thursdav of Football Results TO THE PUBLIC We wish to extend our apologies to the public re Lyceum. Theatre opera We 'have been using .all means. in our power to have these chairs here in. time but C.P.R. delays prevent us from having the same for j T i. few days. However, ample provis- FOOTBALL RESULTS CANADIAN AND AMERICAN FOOTBALL At x Tigers 14, Argos 4. At Philadelphia- Michigan 12, Pennsylvania 6. At Harvard Freshmen 11, Yale Fresh- men 0. At Yale r Yale 17, Princeton 0. T At Harvard 12, Dartmouth 3. At Montreal- Varsity 9, McGill 11. NEW DAYTON New Dayton, Nov. and Mrs. Beck left Wednesday for Hanlev Falls, Minnesota, where they will spend the winter. They expect to return here early in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Frank MacPhersoii spent Sunday in LethUridge, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong. George Whitest! has purchased the City Meat Market, formerly owned by Wm. of Raymond. He will move it on hb; lot on First Av- jwiuc and erect a large front in the near future. Dr. Gallivan" spent Friday and Sat- urday here on business. Mr. Browe, the Evangelist, is hold- i ing revival meetings in 'the school house everv evening. They will con- tinue for an indefinite length of j time. Daily Heral'd Market- you have to sell or to rent place it io ihis column. If you wam anything use this coimsc. 25c insertioj) 6 iasertioHA ior SI PKOPERTT FOR SALF a.s housekeeper, considerable oxpericjnce. Apply Mrs. Harry B. Owen, City P. 0. 282-6 FOR 'lots yn Westminster Koa'iJ. Block 05, 1 and 2. Price for the two. John Tu- dur, Taiuioii Flidisc No. 3. 30-6 VOR in any part o' the city on monthly payment plan. K. V, Co.. Ott Block. 274-12 SITUATIONS VACANT Same as above with- out reservoir Hayr Bros. THE LIQUOR LI- CENSE ORDINANCE Application for Hotel. License Application ha- bi-ei: by Ric-h-j- ;trd Urch. :or a in rvs- [H'i.'t, to thv pi'i'iui-vs u> bv- orecteii according to plan? and specifications iiu-.i of. the Attor- ney lot 2.08 and sire'-of-over fifty in 2.30 class; 3 driving horses, rising 6 years horses S years old. ij> good rnilch cows, supposed to be in calf. new wagon; 1 spring wagon; 1 braking cart; new disc drill; 1 gang plow; 1 stirring plow; 1 3-scction harrow; 4-sets of team harness; 1 cook stove, nearly new: 1 good saddle; T forge, tongs and hammers; 1 anvil; carpenter's tools. And-a number of other (irtieles mention.. All will be sold, as the proprietor has rented his farm. sums of twenty-five dollars, cash; over, that amount 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes with 8 per cent, interest from date of sale. SALE COMMENCES AT-ONE O'CLOCK g d. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. D.D. STEINMAN, Proprietor g> Bristol City 0, Sheffield United 2. Bury 0, Ashton Villa 2. Evcrtou 0, Blackburn Rovers 2. Manchester United 2, Chelsea 0. Notts County 2, Middlesboro 1. Preston North 4, Newcastle United 0. Sheffield Wednesday 1, Woolwich Arsenal 1. 3 Sunderland 2, Notts Forest 1. Tottenham Hotspurs 1, Liverpool 0. Second Division Barnsley 2, Grimsby Town 1. Barnsley 1, Lincoln City 0. Bunley 4, -Wolverhampton Wander- ers 2. Derby County 4, Hull City 0. Fulhaiu 0, Gainsboro Triuity 1, Glossop 3, Clapton Orient 1, Leeds City 2, Bradford 3. Old Ham Athletic 1, Manchester