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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ,^^ti- bag containing S18 from anollier man. K. McMan-nian. 1.. M. .Johnstone has returned from ;i trip to Rt. T.ouis. Mrs. .lohnstono who has liocn visiting in cnstcm Canada and tlio eastern States for some months, returned with him. Hazel Salmm in new songs and changes tonight at the Lyceum. Provincial Constntile Browlee of Hrantlon wa.s in the city la.st night with a prisoner. Geo. Radder, who was caught at Cranljrook, B. C. He is wanted for tlio burglary of RuBsell Lang's store in Winnipeg. Grain shipments from the south are .vtill heavy. Yesterday tho A. R. & 1. brought in si.xteen car.^ for transshipment by C.P.R. Uailway talk is still on tho go, tho latest nnnor being that there will be a raiUviiv station at Boundnr.v Crook In next September. Don't miss Yum, Yum, Yum by Hazel Salmon at the Lyceum. There was an attempted burglary in North Ward last night, a man being caught half way fhrougb a window pelting into Kobert .Jones' house. On being asked what ho was doing there he said he was looking for a man immod Wilkins. Instead of holding the fellow for tho police, the people h-t him go. I). Kingsbury, who has boon .spending a few weeks with .). R. Redmond returned la.st night to his homo at Leeds, N.l). While here ho purchased two Imlf sections of land, making two sections lie now has in this vicin it.v. Ho is imjiroving all his land and lias people living on each half .section. The Mock I'arliament in connection with the Y..M.r. meets tonight when i irrangeiiieiits will bo completed for ! llip .sessiijii. Those intending joining should not wait until after the session starts l)e(ore coming in as it is important to have a lull membership when the parties are formed and the government .selected. .Vnyono Intending to come at all should be on hantl tonight. Dode Hallsman, the original College Kid at the Lyceum tonight. Till" cause of the run mndo by tho lire brigade up Uedpath St. when the (ire was in aiiothc^i' direction was a telephone message sent in saying there was a (ire at ^IcKwon's on Kedpath St. The brigade therefore went towards ^Mr. McKeown's near the corner of Ri'djiajh and WestmiuBter. I'eoiile .should make a special elTort to learn and operate the li-e alarm li not reliable .and serious residts will eertainly folbiw some day. Lelhbridc.e, cloudy ............ 57 38 ^fedicino Hat, clear............ 5t 30 Winnipeg, qloudy .......... 40 30 Vino und contparntivcly wann weather has prevailed in the prairio provinces. In northern Alberta light showofs of rain have occurred. Forecast-I'inc and comparatively warm. Oode Hallsman, the Webb�r 8ist�rt and Miss Hazel Salmon will please you all at the Lyceum. R. V. Gibbons has returned from tho cast, whore ho was calloho death of his father. Mr. Strang, who used to play tho piano at the JUjou is now the musician nt tho Eiu-eka. R. C. llardoy, of Raymond, the well known sheep man, wa.s in tho city yesterday. Mr. Harvey ha.s 6000 sheep at present anti reports that that they arc going into the winter in excoUent shape. New goods in, this week at C. A. Cooksley's Millinery Store. Remember bargain day on Saturday. 28S-I The Board of Health met yesterday to consider a scavenging system for tho city. The Lethbrid.ge Farming Cfi.'s offer to take the refuse from a (lorlion of tho city wos considered and the company will be asked to nuikc a propasition on tho whole city e.NClusive of the privies. Hazel Salmon, singing, dancing .ind character impersonations at "the Lyceum. A mooting of tlio Southern Albtirta Wool Growers Association was held yesterday when R. C. Harvey of Ray m(md, the president, was selected to attend a sheep breeders' meeting at Guelph, Ont., next month. At this nu.'eting the question of the tariff on imported wool will bo tho subject of discu.ssion. 1� MUNICIPAL SHAKE HAND IN ORDER . FOR 3 WEEKS Candidates tor 1009 Council shotild appoar iu a NATTY TWEED SUIT Furnished by the J. BRDWII CD. LTD. FROM $7.00 70 $25.00 � One of these Suits improves your chance of election We also invite all voters and aon-vct'ers to look at these Suits Embroidered LinensyJToquet, Polkas, Golfers Electric Coffee Mill running every day Your coffee ground while you wait. Which blend ilo you prefer of Bio, Japan and Mocha? cal-l. �S6 qive your order J. BROWN CO. LTD. 7X NOB BV AND N EIW Ladles'^nd Gents' Slippers Fancy and Plain t-: All Cdlort and Sizes THE FOOT TOGGERY rOO BOXES OF A 1 Winter Apples To be sold in one month. Our price is the lowest in tho city, as we buy only iu car lots. A sample of the dilTerent varieties can be seen at our store opposite the Post Office. If you have any intentions of buying apples it will pay yon to see our stock. We also have a full line of the best groceries, such as New Fniits, New Raisins, New Currants, Now i?eels, New Canned Goods etc. In cionfectionery wo handle such as Ganong's, Lowney's Cadbury's, Webb's etc. IGeGoodCo. Phone 98 The Up-to-Date Grocers A LESSON IN POLITENESS A BIG SURPLUS Cuigary, Nov. 19.-The Dominion l-lxhibition, according to a financial nt'itoment just i.-^sucd, yioklod � surplus of ?24,000. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Ilroekville, Ont., Xov. If).-John n.'rbyshiro, .sun of Senator Derby--liire today wn.s committed for trial iin tile eharg.! of perjury in tho Dominion elections on Oct. 26. Taught at the Lyceum to an Obnoxious Person Last Night Wo must commend Manager F. W. Brown voii the manner in which he in.siats on the rules of tho Lyceum being carried out and in making respect for ladies compulsory in this popular playhouse. Last evening an ignorant individual went up against it, he having been politely requested to remove his cap in the presence of ladies, but lie evidently thought he could suit himself about that. The manager thought differently and having given the man several opportunities to show what gentlemanly instincts there were left in him, and as he refused to avail him.sclf of the opportunity, the last we saw of him, lie wys going up tho aisle, not^f his own free will but with the manager and his assistant on his coat collar. He was escorted to the box office, his money refunded and given the eight-len fool sidewalk.s to roam on, which would be alright for him providing he didn't run up against Chief Gillespie or some of his heavyweights. WANTED Two rooms wanted by two young ladies, .\pply T.ox W., Herald office. 288-0 HORSES FOR SALE One good team ."j and 8 years old, weight 2800, can be seen at H. Byers' place, east of tlie old McKnight dairy, North Ward fir.^t house, east 'if Chamber Bro.s.'s dairy. 288-6 WANTED .\ barber, pood location, .\pply U*'"^ Herald Oflice >,J.6 FOR SALE I.!iige Stewart heater, at a bar-p.'.iu; also several rockers, dining loom chairs md rugs. 6.30 Crabb St. 288-2 FOR SALE l.arge lieater for .store or hall. G. ,\. Steveii.s, Hijou Hall. 288-2 GENUINE ENGLISH Chisels A LARGE QUANTITY of Our Christmas Goods have arrived. Insido of one week thoy will be oiioned up. From now on we shall be glad to sliow tiiem and, as usual, lay aside until Christmas any article tliat you wish. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUAUITY QUARTERS It requires an Englishman who has used Eng-lisli tools to appreciate the fine quality of Eng-lisli tool steel and its exquisite temper. We have a shipment ot genuine English chisels imported direct from England. They are beautifully finished and have a smootlt, keen cutting edge. The handles are leather tipped and are of carefully selected wood. All .sizes. SIX YEARS IN PEN Vancouver, U. C, Nov. 18.-Harry Field, alias Pete Morganbeser, who pleaded guilty of nine charges of pae-eing worthle-ss cheques and obtiiin-ing jcwelery and goods with (hem, will serve six years in jail. SEE OUR WINDOWS Keen Tools & Keen Prices Are guaranteed if you will give ur, a call ^ HAYR BROS. t Phone 75 P,0. Box 27 The Herald for High-class Job Work McKeown Hard- ware Company Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK Have You Planned Your Christmas Shopping Even now there is a Christmas-like air about the store. Eveiy department is beginning to feel the glad infection. It's everywhere. This year we are going to make Christmas shopping easier than, ever-we have such a large and varied assortment of holiday goods. And we are going to give you the best service you liave ever been given, only we do ask you to please shop early. The unsurpassed selection and the exceptional values will- make it a pleasure and a satisfaction to do your shopping at the Hudson's Bay Co. stores. Apples from Ontario Ontario takes the palm in apples. No other apples in the world can equal them, and we have a car of the choicest Ontario winter apples. The car has been in only a few days, and the apples are going fast. They are solid and in perfect condition, and will keep well. All the best grades. See some samples in the grocery department. Dolls for the Children By far the largest assortment of dolls we have ever had Dolls of all sizes and all kinds and at all prices. Tliey vary in price from 35c to $t) What gift is more appropiato for a little girl than one of these beauliful dolls, all dressed in bright red and with hat to match. You will smile in appreciation when you see them. High-grade Linen In looking over your linen you are sure to find that yoti require to replenish to put on the finishing touches for the holiday season.- You will be delighted to see the beautiful di.^pky of d'oyles, sideboard scarfs, and the hundred and one little things that brighten up the home. Inspection invited. A WORD ABOUT CHRISTMAS GROCERIES The success of your holiday table will be largel}-- dependent upon the purity and freshness of your groceries. Hudson's Bay groceries are guaranteed' absolutely 'to be strictly fresh and pure. In fact, the Hudson's Bay stores have built up a splendid reputation on tho excellence of its groceries, and more tlian special attention is paid to the C!hristmas stock. All the world contributes and we are absolutely sure you Avill be gratified if you buy Hudson's Bay groceries. Hudson's Bay Stores ;