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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Herald WHIN IN LETHIRIDQK The Dallas Hotel Is tht Acit 4 Most Convinltnt Vlace te Stay The HonsehoM Shears The household shears are in daily snipping, ripping, cutting all kinds of goods, Such work demands blades tfou: say joints that stay that stay right. The only kind for the housekeeper is Ready to usa and easy, to use, for they fit the hand and require no pressure to keep the blades together. A wonderful lock hold the perfect adjustment abso- lutely fast so the b'sdes can never spread or vary in position. Every pair fully guaranteed. We sell them. Scissors and Shears Hick-Sehl BORDER -K Toiir.Smas Greeting. Cards Before it is too late.- 'Don't forget to pjir- chase your boots and_stationery for v Sunday at npsprs mmi Ntw Whitnty Bltck First door "west Union. Bant tar Phone 1265. Quicker Yourself When you want drugs, don't go to" the trouble of getting them yourself, but just call us on the phone and let us 'O'Otl. deliver them much quicker and you mil be saved the time and trouble. Our phone number ALBEETA DBTJG CO. A. B. Ripley, Mgr. Phone 772 Our Special Lunch We excel in quality ONLYMED1C1NES SOtOoriSUNDAYS has been bur nne for near- 17 quarter of a .century. Please teep the Dominion sta- .have consideration for our employees by. making your ordinary purchases on -week -days. On Sundays. and Public Holi- days we are operrfrom.' 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 4 p.m, p.m.. 8 p.m.-to 9 p.m For other-urgent calls use phone 322 or. Night Bell KERR'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST! Shrift's Premium Hams, per 113.250 Sliced, per Ib. 30.C Premium Bacon Perils The Store of Quality Gfio.KerriCp. GroctrUs, Fruit VagttablM Crosktry, :Pftontl45l CarrY English Biscuits THE FINEST SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE just received, a very iiue variety'to sell as follows: SWISS. WAFERS, Delicious, 50c PIERROT, Melts in your mouth, per Ib........___.......... 40c COCOANUT, MACAROONS, Very fine, per Ib. ..___.____... 65c SILVER CHURN, a biscuit we all like, per Ib. 30c STRATHCONA, The kind you'want more of, per Ib.......... 40c RAGGED ROBIN, Looks fine, better, per !b........___ 40c BOSTON CREAM. A winner at the price, per Ib............. 30c Also a number, oi other very line varieties at tempting prices. CALL OR PRONE 525 THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 V -PROMPT DELIVEPY i f l Whew You Think OLIVES! OLIVES! of us. have them in all sizes and styles NUT- OLIVES- PIMENTO CELERY SPANISH QUEENS RIPE OLIVES, ETC, G raoc k Vi THIRD AVE. S. FAMILY GROCERS SHERLOCK BLDQ. BUSINESS CaU 656, the Lethbriofe Messenger Service for quick message and baj- gage delivery. ..Office 307 Crabb St. 'A 'Bailifi's Auction Sale- of about thirty-fire horses, including six.mules J. E. Mason, or Raley, Alberta, .will take "place' at Bonnell's Livery Barn, Fourth (Duflerin Lcthbridge, at- 2-o'clock on the day ol This stock has been seized under Chattel Mortgage and wiilv be sold without reserve. Terms cash. Call at the Herald office and see the range "of- Christmas greetings. First come, .first choice. Ranse is limited 286-0 Call up Crown. Cleaners, corner" oi ami Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist churck. 474. 173-U Grand Dance under auspices of Cale- donian Pipe Band in Redings Hall; North Ward, Tuesday .evening, Nov. 22nd. Everybody -welcome. Try a box ot choice cut flowers from (reo. Taylor's. Sure to please you. SI per "bos up. Free green -with' all: cut.Sowers. Phone 675. P. 0. Box. 1353. 246-0 Dominion Express -Money Orders may ,fae .had at the Alexandra 'Cigar D. Hlpbote Co. ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No- 322 Night Bell on Front Door CITY AND DISTRICT A. "Underwood, Mrs. Underwood i operator, is in the city on business and family, expect .to move next week {from Calgary, his home city, 'to Saskatchewan, where Mr. T. J. ivedale, special agent of the purchased the I Sun Life, is in the city for a _day or ROCHON'S CAFE Comprehensive Menu Afternoon Teas Light Lunches Dr. X. J. Lindsay, Oi Calgary, in the city on. business. Viaduct- Lodge-No. :.53 will meet lor, conferring the sec- ond degree. Sheriff Malcolm Young is again, after a severe siege of La Grippe. J. J. Johnston and Mrs. -Johnston expect to leave next Friday for Van- couver, where they, will in future re- side. and News Stand. "in and let us explain-how-easy.-it is .to own'a new piano. Mason Risch Piano Co., Conservatory- Leth- bridge, F. E: Hgr., Phpne' 505. '_" 281-0. A Bailiff's Auction .Sale of about i thirty-five 'horses, 'including six mules belonging to J. E. Mason, of Raley, Alberta, will take, place at Bonnell's Livery Barn, Fourth Are., (Dufferin at 2 o'clock on. Thursday afternoon, the 2-lth day of November, 1910. This stock has been seized under Chattel Mortgage and j will be sold without reserve. Terms {cash. Rae. evangelist, will address meetings in Supina Hall, 230 West- minster Road, Wednesday and Thurs- j day evenings at 8 o'clock, and Sun- FOR GOOD .you should be; sure that all your building materials come. from us. If you -use our'lumber and supplies your work will look last-longer and cost no more. "is- always we'll seasoned, the grain is straight, and the clear. ;There is never waste, but" immense savings, if you purchase -here. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 3Qvl6 Calgary, fair 32 16 Lethbridge, .clojudy.......... 33. 22 .02 Winnipeg, 16 Some falls have'oc- curred in the prafrie provinces during the day." has-been mild but soinewhat'colder in Slanitdba and Eastern; Saskatchewan .than else- where. r FORECAST .All West -r -'Colder, with local snow" falls. day evening at 7.30 o'clock. Amateur photographers can 85-4 secure i something nifty for mounting small around pjctures for Christmas at the Herald Office. 286-0 CITY AND DISTRICT T. L. Hinton, of Pincher Creek, is in. the city today on business. f'. R. mining Underwood recently Waverly Hotel, r Chief of Police Gillespie yesterday received a letter from the mother of Roy Hufiaker, a homesteader north two on business. His Honor Judge Carpenter will preside at the sittings of the district court on Tuesday next. of the citv. He was iu a hospital Geo. Raley, one of Lethbridge's here a. mo'sth or so ago and not hav-! young men, is now at Ottawa, where ing heard from him since, the mother, has a post on the surveying end who lives in Washineton -State, the Dominion Lands department, cd he might have died. Detective Eg- The Southern Alberta Loan and in- 'an was put on "the case and ascertain vestment Co. it is reported, turned etl that Rov is working on the Souther a deal.in central real etl that Roy is working on Alberta Land Co., Ltd.'s works norti of the city. irrigation iS A KtASO.iN FOR DEALING WITH US Jt always has been and al- ways vv-jll be a family drug store, ready at, all times to give you prompt and cour- teous attention, be it in our store or at your telephone. So if you need an article that suggests a Drug "Get it at Jackson Cope's" You -will receive the same polite attention, whether you buy a postage a hot water bottle, or a tooth brush, and if you happen to ask for a thlngr we do not keep, we be glad to ffei it for you, or you where it may be had. 3o you can't go wrong if you Jackson Cope first. A3K Jackson S Cope Prescription Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON Block Phone 1232 estate property ye-stcrday. The re- port is neither confirmed' nor' denied. Suit has been started in the Su- preme Court by William P. Roy the Majestic SHERIFFS NEPHEW AWARDED DAMAGES j "case--of Young vs. the Town of Grav-enhurst, judgment "was gLTert.this morning by Justice Riddell-awarded 500 damages and.his mother Mrs.'J.: F. Young sued the' town, ot G-ravenhurst for for injuries sustained by her son, who.while lying in bed with" his head lying: against an iron bedstead, laid hold of a lamp and immediatelv the electric current CJTY AND-DJSTRICT W.1 P.-Thomas-and E. A. EUiotvbi Oklahoma, the city last night to ta-ke positions with the Chinook Collieries- Mr. Thomas is to be the engineer in charge. W. McFarland, prMor the citv establishing an __ centre here for the McGill University eit to shoulder and making 7 _ J nrtrnHTa Viir. Consexvatorium.. .of Music, .lie is .es tablishing centres in t-he principal" cit- ies of Western Canada. uv, f _.. Complaint was laid at theV police- for operating the plant; when THE KITCHEN Is the part of the that should first con- sideration. The health and good arrangement of whole fabric only .upon the kitchen, but upon RANGE on which you do yp.ur cook- ins for the-household. Let us help you. The range'shown In this cut TREASURE NO. 9, large grate, and high A TREASURE in every sense of the word '.For the present we are "going to offer you this beautiful, high grade range for The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. ship out of town dally. EQUIPMENT. ETJKiVISHEVGS AND SER- Private EieTator CAFE IN V European Plan Throughout Meets All clear throuSh arm, the elbow and the judge scored jJi CL1J1 U CLO JdJlA u U LI lii I i i station yasterdav--afternoon that, a Jt was ln such a dangerous condition, delivery ris and one grev horse belong] Mrs. J. F. is a sister-in-law __ _ i _ 01___? T 1 j. 1 _r- -r ing to Fred Hopkins had been taken from where it had been left .standing. It was found about 7.30 o'clock be- hind a neatby building where 'the horse had walked of its own accord. Police Magistrate -Ball performed the "hat trick" today by earning for. the third time in three consecutive days the proverbial white pair of gloves. There was absolutely nothing -of Sheriff Malcolm Young, or Leth- fciidge. SENTENCED AT MACLEOD W. E. French, a C. P. R. brakesman, was yesterday sentenced -by Supt. Frtrarose, J. P., at Macleod, to one month's imprisonment for the theft on the dockp.t this morning. of a case of jcea, valued at ?9.00, from Aid. David King went _to Barnwell. a .C. P. R. "car. French tras arrested yesterday afternoon in1- ..connection with the Alberta Consolidated- Coal mine there, which B. kie are operating under lease. He re- turned this afternoon- Extensive changes are being made on the second floor of .the Oddfellows block at the corner of Fifth street, south, and Fourth avenue. -The "whole suite of offices on the south side have been taken out and the space th'us 6b- tained converted into a large banquet- ting hall, connecting with the room by double swing doors. with the electric wiring of the build- ing. The amount involved-in "the dis- pute is W. Ledoux, ot Winnipeg, manager of ot" Siarland, Ltd., is in the city look- ing; over tho progress on the new the- atre being built here. He says that everything is going along nicely and Starland here will be opened before Christmas. He says it is'going to be the best ir.oving p'icture theatre in lodge The whole of the second floor pf'the-build ing is now occupied by the Oddfellows themselves. The Canadian Club will hold a ban- 1.U ir. the Alsssndra Cal? -OOP. tre 'in connection o'clock on Tuesday next, (Nov. 22nd) j on the 14th ,insL, by Special Officer Asfcman, of who found the case of tea in his caboose. French claimed that he picked it up between btareley and- Claresholm. He was defended by Messrs. Jackson Mc- Kehzie, barristers, while W. M. Camp- bell, of Campbell Fawcett, prose- cuted. OUR BEST RECORD when James Simpson of the Technical Education Commission, will be the guest and will give an address: Prof. Robertson, Principal of the Macdon- ald Agricultural College, St. Anne de Belleville, Quebec, and chairman of the commission, will also speak. All members of the club are requested to attend and to accept this as the only notice. Tickets can be obtained on Mondav either from the Secretary, J. the west, even "Winnipeg having noth- L. Mahwaringn the treasurer, H. ing to equal it in any way. Johnston, or at the law office of "S. W. G-. MacKcnzic, of 'Conybearc, J. Shepherd. Church and-MacArthur's law office staff, lias received word that he was successful in passing his final law ex- aminations for which he sat in Cal- gary some weeks ago. His friends arc extending him hearty congratula- tions. The commission form of government ballots convening the nine questions originally deeded upon to be submit- ted to the ratepayers at the coming elections, have been mailed to those qualified to vote on money, by-laws. A. stamped addressed envelopp. for re- turn of the ballot is enclosed, and al- so a note signed bv the sccretary-trea surer, saying, "Will you make it your iriuty to mart tha enclosed -ballot, sign and return to me." PERMITS TO BUILD T. and W. Marnock, Fourteenth. St., S., dwelling, George H. Fleck, Twenty-first St., N., Jacob Sawchuk, dwelling, .Third Avc., N., Coal of good quality has baen found on the Grand Trunk Pacific west nr .Edmonton. One deposit is in Jaspei and the other at Brulelake. Shilohb Gun lickly stops coutfhi, heaU 35 cemtf. record 46 customers good r giving our stock, cour- teous treatment and a square deal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. We will give you the best of everything at the 'best prices. And that is about all anybody can do. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles sash, doors, or building mat- erial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices That is all we get our prices. If we cannot show you the advantage ir buying from us, then don't buy frajn us. Rogers-Cunningliafji lumber Company, limited ENGLISH FLANNELETTE 500 yds. reg. price per yard 9 C ;Tliis fiamielfefte-'is of excellent value, a splendid "weave; m a variety of shades and IT A-TT> Regular l-5c, to-night 12 Taffeta ribbon of good width, in any shades WAISTS. Regular Yours to-night A neatly tailored waist in assorted patterns KTJCHI3VGS Yours To-night, per box 25C Chiffon Euchings in assorted colors. BLACK CASHMERE HOSE Regular 35c for 25c A splendid stocking in all wool cashmere, fast black, a good wearing stocking. Special Prices from 7.30 to 10.00 O'clock. I S ;