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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HCRALD lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald AM d UttMp tta iUM MR MMMMMiMI Skates Hare yoi thoogbt tak- ing advantage of the good akatiog the cold weather biw made. If ao you will do well to call aid. we our ipkudid stock of skater and hockey sticks that have just opened up. The iquality and price are en re to meet you right. THE m mm co, IEDPATH STREET We Sdl for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 070 THERMOS B S One of the marvels of the age which hare become necessities iii every house- hold. Will keep hot for 24 hours and cold for 72 hours. JNp person with_an in- fant fed.on prepared food can afford to be without one. We HOW them at the following and 19 each. JJ.ltyiMfeiJCi.ttt. The Store of Quality utd M CbeaisU RMifent Nifbt Clerk Are how Located In their New and Commodious Quarters In the Stafford Block PHONE 21 CO. teKtJNftRtHI (SOVEREIGN BRAND CLOTWNC uiade bv forempct Clothiug House who for fifty have enjoyed highest reputation from Atlantic to Pacific for the manufacture of Mea's and Boy'g Clothing. We introduce the new We bay our in the best marketi We iwe most improved methods We fnniiih a better garment at the lowest price U i SOVEREIGN W. E. SANFORD MANUFACTU1ING CO. LmAed HAMILTOS, ONT. NOBBY AND NEW Ladies' and Gents' Slippers Ftacy tad Pitta All ami Suet THE FOOT TOGGERY CITY AND DISTKICT Public Dance tonight, Bijou HalL The hotels ore still crowded every night. Rev. M. J. Conner and wife, of Win- ner aro in the city. Shads; i: In all colors with holders ONLY 25c EACH Our stock of Crepe paper, decorated and plain, is now complete. IfllEITSOII'I BOD! ABE 1st tor fet if Ka fart 'Phsnt 261 Agents for Underwood re. GET THE BEST The drug store goods you get here are sure co be of the Best Quality became we insist on that from the wholesale drug- gists we buy from our- selves. rom a trip to Red Deer and Cal- ory Mr. and ilrs. J. R. Anderson left yesterday to spend several days in High River. Hazel Salmon, singing, dancing and character impersonations at the Lyceum. Demitro ITaliusky was soaked and costs for creating a disturbance at one of the theatres. The Spokane Flyer is eleven hours late owing to a bridge being washed out at Morrissey. Mrs. W. A. Hamilton will receive tomorrow and afterwards on the third Thursday of each month. J. if. Patterson of Burlington, 2ST. A SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT One of the largest audiences that ever assembled in Wesley _ Church was out last night to hear .Mrs. jSthel LelaM Van Spanckeren give her fin- al recital. The local press has long since used its supply of adjectives in attempting to describe the excel- lencies of Mrs. Van Spanckeren as a reader. No stronger .or truer state- ment can be made than that last evening her performance was just as good as any and she still, in the opin- ion of Lethbridge people, best reader who has ever appeared here. Each number ol each concert in which she.has taken part has fixed more firmly her hold upon the people of this city, who regret exceedingly her departure to British Columbia. The, other numbers of the program were of a distinctly high order al- A. Ely oii the been comparatively .warm Laytou on the violin rendered THE WEATHER WEATHER Edmonton, fair Calgary, fair Lethbridge, fair Medicine Hat, cloudy .-..A '2 .....62 :y 4-A ISO Winnipeg, cloudy............... 42 2'5 Bulletin From Central Office Fine weather has again been gener- i a! .iii; tne "prairie WESTMINSTER GUILD The programme at the Westminster 'Guild on .Monday evening under the" auspices of tho Educational Commit- and Jkliss Bruce; as President of the in Alberta where temperatures :-aach- ed 62 degrees in many places. and mild. js the latest to arrive with a car shows the wonderful development of effects to settle in the Ijethbridge district. Dode Halisman, tha Wtbber and Miss Haze! Salmon will, you al! at the Lyceum. A prisoner, Bertram, was brought in from Taber last night by Corp. Mason to serve a ten days" sentence for theft. Every morning scores of wagons, loaded with grain, arc to be seen at the elevators drive in from and Fanners ail directions during the night to sell their grain early in the morning'. This great movement of their selections with much expres- sion and skill. Miss King's solo was a .-splendid number and Mr. G, E. Fleming was as popular as ever as his solos given with excellent effect. The whole concert was a de- cided success, there sot being a weak number oh the wtiole programme. JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. is to he congratulated up- tee was u decided treat to all present on the quality and quantity of the talent secured. After the singing of a patriotic hymn and a short prayer by the for- mer president, Mr. J. D. Higinbo- tham, Francis Allisler's "There's A Land" was well rendered by Sir. Peat Following Peat's solo came the main feature of the programme, an address Remimscen ces, wherein Mr. Ed, Higinbothrvir delightetl his practically tenderfoot audience with tales of the good old days of the cow-boy, bull-team and such characters as "Smilec." and "Post Hole Jack." Sir. "Ily lie's unecuotes" set thu" whole audience into peals of hearty laugh- ter. ilr. Gordon's reminiscences of Win- nipeg and the West generally were of a highly instructive character ajid after 3Vfr. Peat's solo, "The Four Leaf the meeting closed with the singing of "The Maple Leaf." ifany thanks are tendered to_ 3tr. Ely as accompanist of the evening and to all who heartily lent their ser vices in assisting Miss Bruce with a delightful programme. this district. Medicine Hat Times: i Prescription Specialists I, I, IFlfl, LETIIIIIK Rev. W. G. Fortune, travelling sec- retary of the Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform League will visit L.eth: bridge oa Sunday, Nov. 29th. Mrs. Simpson and her sister" Miss Williams, with their brother Robert Williams, of Mexico, are visiting their sister Mrs. J. W. Waddell of Argyle Avenue. The police have been busy chasing overcoat thieves, three or four being on the list. They were taken from all sorts of places from a North Ward shack to the Lethbridge Hotel. Judge Winter, C. F. P. Conybeare and W.C Simmons went to Card- morning to make the ac- counting in connection with the Lea- vitt vs. Weeks case left over by the Supremo Court. Don't miss Yum, Yum, Yum by Hazel Salmon at the Lyceum. Carrie I-angston, who keeps a joint near the Fair Grounds was assessed and costs by Inspector West this afternoon for selling liquor without a liceose. License Inspector Xiramons prosecuted. An important real estate deal ha.' uecn put through whereby R. F. Reeve has become the owner of the two lots on which the J. Brown Co store is situated, on the corner o Redpath and Crabb Sts. The price paid was fifteen thousand dollars. The prisoner McAuley who escaped i from the Mounted Police by jumping throiiRh a car window at Coleridge a week ago Monday, has captured, and is having his preliminary hear- ing in Medicine Hat today. He was Con- Mr. GENUINE ENGLISH The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN YOU BOTH caught yesterday at Walsh by stable Ashe. M. Barford, in a conversation with tho Herald, said he was a regular in- surance agent, fully as much as other men handling insurance in the city. No one depended upon an insurance agency for their living. It went along with some other business. He had been agent for nineteen years, represented good companies and had a city license and properly thinks he is entitled to city business as much I as any other scent. Oode Haiisman, the original Col- lege Kid at the Lyceum tonight. was in the city yesterday and met a arge crowd of his friends ia the Eag- e's Hall last night. Several short speeches were made and was assured of the continued support of .the people in the good work he will attempt at Ottawa. P. J. Bemarsh of Winnifred was in the city yesterday. He is remodell- ing his store so as to put in a, stock of hardware. He there were one hundred and fifty pieces of lumber short from a carload he gotj from Lethbridge. He thinks they' must hae been stolen in the railway yards at "Lethbridge. A large livery and feed stable is being built at Win- niired. Entire Change of Pictures at the Ly- ceum Tonight Mr. if. Freeman, General Agent for the Arrow Lake Orchards, returned on Tuesday morning from the Com- pany's fruit lands and reports a very successful excursion. Every member of the party jmrchascd one or more tracts and returned full of praise for the company's lands and the raan-j ner in which the excursion was con-1 ducted. Samples of the second crop! of pears were picked from the trees, raspberries were eaten off the vines j and roses were picked off the bushes, I and no cold has yet been ex- pericnced there. The Company's; fourth excursion start from Leth bridge on Wednesday, Dec. 2nd, and ITr. Freeman will he in town for four or five days when he will leave to ar- range his party at other points. Those wishing to accompany the next excursion party are requested to INVITE .SIR WILFRID Boston Business Men Want Him Speak in That City to roo BOXES OF A i To be sold in one month. Oar price is the lowest in the city, as we buy only in car lots. A sample of the different varieties can be. seen at our store opposite the Post Office. If you have any intentions of buying apples it will pay you to see our stock! We also have a full line of the best groceries, snch as New Fruits, New Raisins, N'aw Currants, New Peels, New Canned Goods etc. In confectionery we handle such as Uanong's, Lowney's Cadbury's, Webb's etc. The Good Co. The Up-to-Date Grocers 9 POWERS HAVE MINDS ON CHINA London, Xov; British at- titude towards the new rule in China is one of hopeful expectancy. The real management of affairs it- is be- It.requires an English- man who'has used Eng- lish tools to appreciate the fine quality of Eng- lish tool steel and its ex- quisite temper. AVe" have a shipment ot genuine English chisels imported direct from Eng- land. Ottawa, Nov. deputation re- presenting the Merchants' Association of Boston, waited upon Sir Wilfrid Tiaurier thi? afternoon., bearing, to the Canadian premier a message of neighborly good "will from the busi- ness men of Boston and'-asking him with a view to fostering that intimate relation, between the people of New I England and Canada, to visitiBoston as a guest of the association. They pointed out that frequent interchange of. visits between the .piibne men oi both countries wonld promote a bet- ter understanding in matters of trade and other relationship. They finished edge. are "beautifully and have a keen cutting The handles are leather tipped and are of careful- ly selected wood. All sizes. CANADIAN BANDS TO TOUR Ottawa, Nov. proposals of the bands of the r 43rd Regiment and the Governor General's footguards of Ottawa" to make an extended tour of the British Islands and the United States next summer bids fair to come to a head. A joint meeting of the two bands will be held this week to dis- cuss the details of the trip. McKeown Hard- give early notice in person or by let- ter and Mr. Freeman will make a point of interviewing them before leading on Dec. 2nd. ware Company Ltd, 1 THE TOOL HOUSE DEPUTY MINISTER ILL Edmonton, cablegram PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK from the office of the Canadian high commissioner, London, England, an- nouncc-s that D. S. McKenzie, deputy minister of education, is seriously ill in n London hospital with enteric fo- ivor. Mr. McKenzie is in the oldt country securing ideas regarding Eng- li.-h schools to hi! applied to Alberta. TO USE TELEPHONES Spokane, Nov. is stated thai James i. Hill and his son, Louis W Hill, president of the Great Northern have -under serious consideration plans for displacing the telegraph and substituting the telephone as a means of dispatching trains over the Great Northern. ievcd probably lands of Prince will come into the Chun." He is con- idered progressively inclined but is and inexperienced. Those best acquainted 'with, China, hope that Yuan Shi Kai will be the power be- hind the throne. Berlin, Xov: 17. The German office and the Chinese legations were not prepared today to express an opinion as -to the future of China. The Unit- ed States and Japan are agreed here as likely to have important, -individ- ual roles although it is not believed that combined action of these two powers will occur. Washington, D! C.r Nov. Mark- ed interest was shown today among diplomatists particularly over the pro posed statement of the position of tho United States and Japan regarding their attitude towards China. They say the intention of both countries in this matter are well known, the Unit- ed States having declared that it in- tends to respect the territorial integ- rity of the country and pledged itself to the "open door" and Japan hav- ing given her assent to the latter idea and only very recently having signed a convention with Russia, look ing to the maintenance of the statues quo in Eastern Asia. Much, it was admitted, might be gained out of a restatement of Japan's position, es- pecially should developments in China rising out of the order of things make it necessary for any of the na- tions 'or the sake of protecting their own interests, to use military forces in the event that an uprising should occur. The position has been looked upon by. the United States as a friend ly and courteous suggestion on the part of Japan and it is presumed will be made effective by a formal ex- change of notes, no treaty being nec-r essury. WANT A MILLION Toronto, Nov. offer of for the remaining York Loan property made by the Assets Realization company of Chicago, has been refused by the National Trust Company with the statement that nothing under a million dollars would be considered. If the offer had been accepted the York Loan would have been in position to settle finally in a short time LiRfer Co, Iti Phonea 23 and 128 Yard Nwtfc if Track Ofta I A LARGE QUANTITY of Our I Christmas Goods have arrived. Inside of one week they will be opened np. From now on we shall be glad to show them and, at usnal, lay aside until Christmas any article that you wish. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription QUALITY QUARTERS Everything good to eat'at CHOW SAM'S CAFE Only high-class materials used Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire'i Old Stand POSITION WANTED Reliable young man wants good job for winter, not afraid of work. Ap- nlv M 9fl7-0t Canada's Greatest Success in Hand-Tailored Garments Fit-Reform has won its big success under the most direct comparison with garments made by the eading merchant tailors. Men, who wanted the best garments that could be made, tried both, and are now wearing Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats exclusively. Any man, who wishes the greatest possible value for his money, should make the same comparison, WANTED A young man accustomed to sheep. Apply 10 Argyle Avc. 237-3 TO LET A five roomed house, S15 per month. Apply to 53 Argvic Ave. 2-57-0 TO LET Eight roomed new cottage on cor- ner of Bartlott and Courtland Sts. Kot and cold water, furnace ano all 15. Apply E. U. Rylands. 237-6 LOST Ladies' brown fur lined mit, n pair of blue glasses and a lady's dark blue, soft felt cap. with a number of ornaments in front. Reward for re- turn to 0. A. Cookslev'g Millinerv Store. 296-1 McKELVlE McGUIRE Sole Agents for M> SEE OUR WINDOWS I Keen Tools Keen Prices Are guaranteed if yon will give ns a call HAYR BROS. MAM f.M P.O. Box 2? AMJJ.f .U ;