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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta lEE BUS TO ALL TRAINS a Day- In. The Household Shears The household shears are in daily snipping, ripping, cutting aJ! kinds of Such work demands blades that stay joints that stay that stay right, The only kind for die housekeeper is _____Scissors and Shears MARK Ready to use and easy to uses, for they fit the hand and require no pressure to iceep the blades together. A wonderful lock screw and nut hold the perfect adjustment abso- lutely, fast so 'the blades can never spread or vary in position. Every pair fully guaranteed. We sell them. I C LI nick-Sehl BOOKS WOKTH BUYING Our stock; FANCY XMA3 EDITIONS is JLOTV complete. Make your selections. earlv, 'we have a. large.-' assortment, of CHOICE BOOKLETS Regular 25. cents, .Editions choice..............15c BOOK5M Mew Whitniy First do'or west Union Bank Aftnti ttr .LftnUrwosd writtr PLone 1265. Quicker Than Yourself Going Our, .Dispensing Depart- ment is on the Jump, filled at all hours is (the 'You .know the .superior- quality of our-work; All we ask from the -uninitiated is a triaL i, ..Hemember the place, you want drugs, don't -go to the trouble of getting them yourself, but lust call us on. the-phone and let us -send them, to you. We can deliver them much quicker and you will be saved the time and trouble, Our-phone number A3LBEETA DRUG CO. A. B. Ripley, Mgr. Phone 772 I ROCHON'S CAFE f Comprehensive Menu s ______ L. Afternoon Teas Light Lunches Special Lunch We excel In quality digitiIjotdsm FamCy and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night BeU on Front Door CITY AND DISlEla A. H. Wheeley lias taken, a position as store-clerk..with A. E. Easton Co., harness makers and saddlers. W. T.'Patton- Dominion veterinary surgeon at Coutts, is in the citv td- 1 day. G. A. but-cber, will move into his new quarters in- the Hill block, Dufierin street, tomorrow.- H. .Jones, of Calgary, travelling car service agent of the'C.P.R., was in the city yesterday on business. Mrs, L. C. Shaw, of St. Mary's ranch, is paying the city a visit to- I day. i ivnos practise' will be I held on Thursday evening of this week at tire -usual hour, Mem- please take notice. 1 The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trade takes' place this even- ing a.i 8 o'clock in St. Augustin's Hall. _ Ivan Ridley, a young man twenty- four years of who was .brought into the city from Taber some time ago suffering from typhoid fever, died yesterday- The remains were shipped tliis morniag by T. S. Fetterly, un- to Paris, Out., his brother, Albert RiSJey, accompanying them. Christmas Cards Calendars Souvenir Pictures Everybody knows that Jack- son Cope's display in these goods are the finest in the vi- cinity. Our new ways of showing them, will meet with your approval, and the sub- jects are the outgrowth of an advanced appreciation of good art which our people are rapidly acquiring. We can suit all tastes and meet all competition. Jackson S Cope Prescription Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON Sherlock Block Phone 1232 OUli 40c Blend" 01 TEA Has Caught On. Enjoy a good cup tea bv trvins: .this. The Store of Quality GGO. Kerr Co. Groearlti, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1459 DUSTBANE Original >Sweeping Special Offer for One AVeek are'-authorized by the manufacturers of to send yo.u a'trial can of their sleeping compound. They want you co .use this on oue, week., At the end of this period if not found.satisfactory we will take it back and there will be no charge lor Quantity used. fi 6 LET US SEND YOU A TRIAL CAN IT DOES AWAY WITH DUST SWEEPING DAY. YOU WANT HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PMONfc 623 PROMPT DEL1VCDY Wheii You Think of- OLITES! WHIN IN LETHtftlDOt The Dallas Hotel the But 4 Most to Stay OLIVE S of us. --We have them In all sizes and NUT OLIVES PIMENTO CELERY SPANISH QUEENS RIPE OLIVES, ETC: G Vi ner THJRD FAMILY GROCERS SHERLOCK BLDa BUSEtfESS LOCATES Boy -work at the Herald Office. Big change in'the..program tonlgh at the Eureka. Pictures and Vaude- ville. 2S5-1 Call 666, tae Lethbffdfe Messenger Service for quick message and jage delivery.. Office 307 Crabb St 210-0 R. Tbev placed with-'J. W. Jones music teacher, Room- 9, Bryan; Block a.fne Gourlay piano a few" days ago 285-1 Can up' Crown Cleaners, coriei or Redpatt and Burdett streets, oppo- Methodist churck, ?hoae 474. 17J-0 Anyone wishing. prices, terms and information regarding -famous Gourlay piano write or leave word at the'Dallas Hotel. 'R; Jbejv general rep resentative. 2S5-1 Trj a box of -choice cut Howers from Geo. Taylor's. -Sure" to please you or your friends; per "box up. Free -green with .all cut -flowers." Phone 675. P. 0. Box 1353. 246rO A. Bailiff's 'Auction sale of about thirty-five Itorses; including six mules belonging to J. E. Mason, of Raley, .Alberta, will take place at Livery Barn, Fourth Ave., (Dufierin air 2 o'clock on Thursday, afternoon, the'24th day of November, 1910.. This stock, lias "beeh seized -under -Chattel '-Mortgage and will ;he sol-d -without reserve. cash. A285-1 Pianos and Piano .in and let us explain how easy rt is to own a new piano. Mason Risch Piano Co., Conservatory Block, Leth- bridge, F. E. Mgr., Phone 505. 281-0 J. Rae, evangelist, will address meetings in Supina Hall, 230 West- minster Road, Wednesday and Thurs- day evenings at 8 o'clock, and Sun- day "evening, at 7.30 o'clock. 85-4 The winter is coming fast, now is the time to buy warm clothes at Sa- dowski's Out of Business Sale. Don't forget that everything is at wholesale prices. A Bailiffs Auction sale'.of. about thirty-five including sir mules belonging to J. E. Mason, of Raley, Alberta, will take, place at Bonnelf's Livery Barn, Fourth Ave., (Dufierin at 2 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, the 24th day of November, 1910. This stock has been seized under Chattel Mortgage and FOR GOOD HOUSEMAKING you should be sure that, all building materials- come us. If you use-our; lumber, and supplies your look better, -last longer and cost no more. OUBLUMBEB is always well the grain is straight, and the SOUTH LUMBER Co. Phone 454 THE WEATHER .-42 6 42 20 .fair r___ 48 la Winnipeg, cloudy IS 12 The.weather throughout the prairie provinces has continued fair ;and. mod- rately cold. AE not much in temperature; -CITV- ANplDISTRICT Jr J-: -Marsden an-d M. 'illiag, of Cardston, came into-Leth- rfdge from the south this morning, nd are spending the day in the 'city. The local committee having in iiarge the ;arraageioents for the sit- ings here ot the "Royal Commission on, Technical Education meets tonight at the Central school 8 o'clock. D. H. Elton and Jas: Dawson. court 'stenographer; drove south to Magrath yesterday and -spent the day' in that town transacting legal busi- ness. iveil Stalker, mutton buyer for P. Burnss Co., shipped a carload of sheep from the Peterson bands yester- day. They were loaded at Magrath and consigned to Calgary.'- TL N. G-aler, of Spokane, the min- ing man identified; with a number of Southern Alberta coal properties, is PRIZE CATTLE GO TO CHICAGO FAIR -Brandon, NOT, 'McGregor's lamous herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle "were-shipped this" morning to" Chicago where they will compete .at the great stock show which.'opens there short- ly. ,-The shipment, includes, nine ani- mals, and' the 'herd, is regarded by. Western breeders as the finest in America. Mr.'.McGregor, who-is one of the .biggest breeders in tfie West, has been at work for some years get- ting together a herd of Aberdeen An- us for competition at Chicago, where the greatest honors in America are rewardedi and it is -believed that thej herd will make big winnings. i McGILL APPOINTMENTS will be tash. sold wiiihout reserve. Terms rimy Points For Painters ENGLISH, LIQUID PAINT IS MADE FEOM THE FINEST OF WHITE LEAD in the city. He went" out. to Royal Collieries, this morning. Montreal, Nor. J. L. Rea has been appointed lecturer on path- the ology at -McGHl-in place of Dr. Wai- Everett R. Coates was- picked up by Const. Brown this morning, taken to the police station and looked upon the charge of being drunk and disor- derly. He was too drunk to sign the jack. w. ,M. BIrks and Geo. E. Drum- LINSEED OIL AND IS MIXED WITH BRAINS ADD YOUR BRAINS IN PUTTING IT ON. AND YOU WILL GET PERFECT RESULTS. Co. effect sheet. He'wiU have "untTI to- morrow morning to sober up._____ Work is going ahead on; the rink building for the Lethbri-dge Curling Club on the property purchased by.it on Fifth avenue, south, just west of Thirteenth street. H. J. Goode, con- crete contractor, is putting in. the cement footings. 'John Aird, superintendent. of west- ern branches of the Canadian. Bank of Commerce, who is paying flying visits by automobile to Southern'Al- berta towns, arrived in this i afternoon from Pincher Creek and Macleod. Eighty of the Board oi Trade's bal- lots regarding the time of meeting of the regular monthly meeting" of the' board were returned by mailto Sec- retary McNicol. There were twenty- GEc volcS Tor holding 'them at noon, i v twenty-sir f or holding.them alternate- ly at noon and in the evenings, and thirty-three for holding them in the evenings. It is unlikely that the mat- ter of changing hack "to the 'noon hour, will be brought up again until the annual meeting at least, when, no, doubt, it will be thoroughly gone in- to again. Contractor W. H.. Holt has been making great progress on the new addition to the Bentley Co.'s store on Fifth, street. The "contract was" only let and work on the excavations com- menced on Augi 29th, and the build- Ing is now almostXcompleted. The work included tearing out" tition on the ground floor of the Bully building, separating the older portion of the store from ,the new. A ha-ndsome modern front is being in- stalled in the new store and is "to ha duplicated in the old. The Bentley Co. expect to ;be in .full possession by Decemier 1st or in three months from the -was started. mond