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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Sample Rooms In Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE THE PLACE TO STAY When in Lcthbridgc iS THE DALLAS HOTEL 1 More Bargains IN No. 9 Cast Stove with 18in. Oven, Duplex Grate and Pouch- Feed j No. 9, same as above, with reservoir v- H- Fairfield went to Magrath j is being proceeded with today. j this morning to attend the winter j 1 seed fair there. i P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 j The death yesterday of Catherine Bertha Henderson, trie in- j lant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tt-r Henderson., of the North Ward. The funeral was held from the resi- 'this afternoon .at 'half past two., Rev. A. A. Lvtle conducting the CITY AND DISTRICT H. B. Shaw, of Quebec, assistant general manager of the Union Bank of Canada, and Ph. Vibert of Cal- THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear 10. Calgary, clear 26 Lethbridge, cloudy 6 Medicine Hat, fair 16 Winnipeg, clear 22 Port. Arthur, cloudy 26 Forecast All and cold today and on 10 14 A local liveryman appeared at the The Parkdale Subdivision placed on the market by Skeith and Tilley yes- terday is being bought up rapidly. Fifty-six lots were purchased vester- day and this morning. i TO SENT Stable accommodation for o three horses, central. Apply South- GREAT MAJESTIC RAMGE We have Heating Stoves beautimlly finished for the drawing room Small ones for the bedroom. Large Heaters for. schools and public If you have a large place to heat we have the heating stove to do it. We can interest, you. Call and see ns police court this morning to answer! Loan and Co, gary, inspector of the city. SSOJQ pay aq branches, are in CITY A. L. Mobeiiy opened a music and picture store on Redpath St.. op- posite Dr. Mewburn's. There is a great demand for tickets A-. for the banquet tonight which cannot !be supplied. Anv person holding a Mrs. Thos. Wilson and Miss Wade ticket, who cannot attend the ban-' of Cranbrook arrived Fr dav and are quet, will confer a favor by telcphon- the guests cf Mrs. McFarlane. 301 i ing Mr. McNicol at 109 between six j Bompas St. St. Miss Wade intends i and seven this evening. remaining city to attend busi- ness college for some time. See the Gladstone Sisters, the Wash- I Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists i. B. JIM, Hgr. LETHBRIBGE for the misdeeds of a refractory goat in his possession. The goat has re- eently taken to using- the public j j thoroughfares for "his perambulations and lias disputed on several occa-i sions the right of -anyone -else to the sidew-alk. The magistrate im-j posed a fine of one dollar and costs i and ordered the goat to be confined j in the future.. Four drunk and dis- 1 orderly cases completed the docket, j The usual and costs was imposed. The gymnasium classes of the Y. I M. C. are growing every day. This evening the business men's class is j on from 5 to 6 and the young men's i from 8 to 9.30. The reading room is always open to everybody. About a _ dozen young ladies started the young ladies class last week and when the r Bryan Blk. 235-6 f 'Jiaifiici Ship out of Town Daily." Ltd. The Supreme Grand Lodge of the j class assembles at 4.30 tomorrow af- Sons of England Benefit Society have tcrnoon there will be about twice as recognized the TU J L .importance of Lcth-; roany on hand. The 'class promises er Bros., and The Kidders at the bridge and the local lodge of the Or. Eureka tonight. 3 big acts. You can der by forming a district of which laugh your head off tonight. j Lethbridge is the centre. Mr. W. Appleby, the first president of the F. T. Robins, secretary of the Hos- pital Sunday Committee has received ?o be very popular. Another nev? special attraction at the Eureka toniht "Ths Kidders" local lodge, has received the commis- uror of the Gait Hospital, Sn acfcnow led gem cut of the receipt of GEO. N. McLEAN j the proceeds of the Hospital Sundav General Cartage kinds j and Tag Day. of teaming done satisfactorily. Coal j Hon. A. C. Rutherford, Premier of from C. B. Bowman, secretary-treas-i sion Dcputy Supremc Grand ?rcsi- de-nt on the recommendation of the. local lodge. comedy sketch artists, in "A Day at the The regular meeting of the citv -council did not take place last night The biggest show ever in the city j for various reasons. Only Aid. Bow- fcr the money at the Eureka, 3 big rea" Adams> Oliver and Hutton put delivered C. 0. D. 524 Glyn St BUY ROGERS- CUNNINGHAM DUMBER Quality Right Prices Right j Alberta, is in the city to attend the Phone 131 i banqiiet in honor the Hon. W. A. i Buchanan tonight. Mr. Rutherford i expressed himself as delighted with i the prosperous condition and growth 'of our city. acts. Prices !5c and 25c and 35c. Every number on the program at Xpgers-Conninghamjf lumber Companyld North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 SOLE AGENCY for NEW YORK'S Leading Chocolate Manufacturer We have put in Stock 4. a Full Line of HITVLER'S FAMOUS CANDY Nothing to equal them f in an appearance. Secretary Robin- json was ill and unable 'to attend, the Eureka is guaranteed to give en- i The heating apparatus of the citv tire satisfaction this week. is a11 to The bad and the Place ___________________________ iwas too cold to legislate city busi- ness. So all things considered the four aldermen decided to call it of! and meet again at the call of the mayor. It is expected that the heed- ed parts to fix up the heating plant will arrive any day as they are corn- ling by .express. The city offices will I then be more habitable as the present system of heating by coal oil stoves A Great New Thing's Arriving for tKe Christmas Trade New Blouses In Silks, Satins, fancy and Cashmere New Neckwear The best we've shown New Beits and Beltings They come in many shades in Leather, Silk Elastic and Tinsel Webs L ather Hand Bas' and -Purses In A Block CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST "Famous" Heater. McClary's Belle Oak Heaters have Douplex Cratss inside a very heavy circular grate Let us show you this and expian the grate. is very unsatisfactory and unpleasant }for the people in the offices. Lame back conies on suddenly and is extremely painful. It. is caused by rheumatism of the muscles. Quick relief is afforded by applying Ch.im- berlain's Liniment.' Sold by all drug- gists. A SUBDIVISION SOLD J. J. Johnston i Stafford-AgnewCo. T1 ETII i A Lin "If live out of town, -wriu Dr. J. BawJon Wm Sloan have their sub-ui vision consisting of fwenty-six south of the cemetery' to a Xelson, B C., syndicate. price secured was The H, Macbeth Agency ami' R. V. Giblxins were instrumental in putting deal through. See our assortment. We are showing the largest stock in the city. Tlie prices are right New Frillings and Ruchings AH colors and kinds at lower prices New Kid Gloves We are now showing a complete stock of Guaranteed Kid Gloves in brown, tan, grey, black and beaver Be a patrorrof our Shoe Department You'll like the prices'-we are asking oil ill Leather and Felt. Shoes and Slippers. The values can't be matched in the city j ;