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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Sample Rooms in Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE The Lethbridge Daily Herald V THE PLACE TO STAY When in Lethbridge IS THE DALLAS HOTEL I More Bargains IN The Store of Quality 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 P.O. BOX 670 PHONE 62 rst 1 1 i 1 f I I 5 i Order Now Your Private Greeting Cards for Xmas Ton will find these very handy for sending to your friends. We have a large assortment to select from ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE J Phon- 251 New Whitney Block Afenti for Underwood writer Night i; Coughing Spells are peculiar. The cough may not bother you all you think you are all right; tihen as soon as you retire coughing begins. Night cough? are easily cured if you have a bottle of our WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP (MENTHOLATED) at hand and take an occas- ional dose. Try it now. j i J 4 !i ti 4 i i Jl Vests We cany the warm kind, s If you. require one of these Higinbotiham has the "well se- lected stock. See them be- fore buying. We can satisfy -the inos-t. particular customers, at J.D. HiginliothamSCo.Ltil. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. APPLES Our car of Winter Apples will arrive tomorrow, consisting of the following varieties: Spys, prico per bbl. Kings, price per bbl. pr per bbl. Pippins pr per Wagners, pr. per bbl. T. Sweet.-, pr per bbl. These apples are all A 1 XXX stock and guaranteed to pass government inspection. A car of Reel Feather 'canned goods will arrive in a days. We received word to-day that it left Fort William last week. When these arrive we will give you a chance to stock up with these first-class goods at remarkably low prices. Watch for our advertisements. THE GO OD CO. PHONE 93 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY RUBBERS OVERSHOES 1 1 In every Style and Description for the Snow or Mud whichever comes; also Heavy Gum Rubbers and City Bootsf I CITY AND DISTRICT Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery -jr Phone 21. Prompt I I x I i 1 1 Alberta Drug and Prescription Specialists I. 8. BPlElf, MOP. IHHBBIDfiE GEO. N. McLEAN General Cartage kinds teaming done satisfactorily. Coal delivered C. 0. D. 524 Glyn St Phone !3I BUY ROGERS- CITY AND DISTRICT A. Bonamico will open a grocery in one of the new stores in the Dannan Block on Ford street in a few 'days. The nurses of ,the Gait Hospital will receive to-morrow afternoon, at their home, and afterwards on the third Friday of the month. SSOJQ pay jauadQ William Black, Indian agent at) Brocket, is in the city to-day. Mr. Black is one of the old timers of southern Alberta having in the early days heen the bookkeeper for the I. Co., at Macleod. "Everything is Lovely on the Bow- ery" Miss "Dorabell" and if you should be invited to go anywhere ex- cept the Lyceum tonight, "Say, No, That's All." In the report of the banquet in yes- terday's issue an error was made in saying that T. L. Clarke, florist, sup- plied the flowers. They were grown and supplied by George Taylor, the florist, corner of London Road and Bart-let t St. Oh Priscilla" "Lets Go Marching with Georgia" to see "Li Hung Chang the Mayor of Tokio" and "Think of the Girl Down Home" tonight at the Lyceum theatre. Great Bargains In Cutlery and Lamps at Hayr Bros. 1 I 1 i Mrs. Ernest A. Sharman will re-' ceive to-morrow, and not again this season. Wake your entries with Wiiscn the! auctioneer, Furman's livery, for the, horse and cattle sale on Saturday I next. Phone 189. j Mrs. McKenzie, of Bellevue, Alta., j is spending the week with Mrs. J. J. Johnston. J you hear that Eureka or-: cjhestra. Every patron on entering! the theatre begins to dance. You justj can't help it when you hear them j play. Miss Norman's weekly dance every i Friday in the K. of P. Hail over the Herald Office. j Everybody is sure to get the Eu-j reka habit if Al. keeps putting on these kind of shows. The store north of The People's Drug Store will be occupied ahout December 1st, Meat Market. SUNLIGHT SOAP The finest fabric is not too delicate to be safely washed with Sunlight Soap. When other soaps have injured your linens and faded the coloured things, re- member the wotd Sun- light. NELSON GOW Economy Proficiency We have devoted some time to telling you of the good qualities and attractive prices we are selling those hipch grade ranges. But we must not lose track of the fact that 'we have equally as good Bargains in Heating Stoves Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- by the Lethbridge j freshjng for bath or toilet. For wash- ;ng underclothing it is unequalled. Wilson, the auctioneer, is selling cleanses and purifies. horses and cattle at Furman's on j _ _; Saturday next, Nov. 20. j Mrs. Joseph Beard, Torrance Ave.. CITY. AND DISTRICT and Savage, wholesale 1 gave birth to a fine baby girl Wednes- j fruit deaierS) have m0ved their place morning. Both mother and daugh- j Q{ business to the new block on the terter are doing well- j corner of Ford and- Smith streets, Seats on sale all day at the Arcade and wiu be to resume -business for Deloy's in the Mayor of Tokio. there this week. Chow Sam wishes to deny the re- 1 At a meeting of the Literary Com- port that he has leased his business. J mittee of the Y.M.C. .last night ar- He will continue to conduct his res- rangements were made for the opea- taurant as 'heretofore. j ina; of a Mock Parliament in connec- A big special matinee will be given j tion with the club. R. R. Davidson P.O. Box27 Phone 75 to. THE WEATHER. Calgary, clear 36 10 Lethbridge, cloudy 45 31 Medicine Hat, cloudy 40 26 Winnipeg, cloudy 20 10 Bulletin From Central Office Cold weather has been general throxighout the prairie provinces, but the temperatures have risen somewhat especially in southern districts. j west partly fair and a tew local snows or flurries. Higher I temperatures, Saturday for the women and children i will be the premier, and 0. D. Aus- at the Eureka at 3 p.m. Every childj tin the leader 01 the opposition. The j