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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 ' �.-V �!,(, i mmsmm^ UTe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE n.AC� TO STAY ihii IR Utiibrlisi Is till tuixi Hon Have you thbugkt of taking advantage of tho^good skating the cold weather has made. If so you wiH do well to call and see our splendid stock of skates and hookey sticks thnt we have just opened up. The quality and price are sure to meet you right. TJiE REDPATH STREET We Sell ror Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 lOOOl Pieces Of Music At iOc Each Get a catalog and come early. How about those Private Greeting Cards? Xmas will soon be here HOBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Union Bank Phone 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. The Utmost Skill Jtitt Received a fresh supply of Eastihan's PhotograpMc Goods Ml Qi Dcvilopcp Velox llijiii Dmloper N. i hipera 8Rl PDstils ounts J.O.Il!lnkotliimACo.Lti. Pamilr and DUpentlnc Cliemtstt Telephone n Reiident Nlgbt Clerk TheStore.of Quality Are now Located In their New and Commodious Quarters In the Stafford Block PHONE 21 G. BRMBKR & CO. Don'(t forget to see the amateur sketch, "Fun in a Barbsr Shop," Fri-day night at the Eureka. Cin AND DISTRia INOHM tl lEUII R FURI ssaessssssa THE WEATHER lethbridge, fair............. 58 34 Regina, r.lonr..................... 46 24 Forccnst-Southwesterly winds, a few light local rains but mostly fmc nnd quite mild. and the freshest and finest drugs will be used in your prescriptions if you send them to Ha Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists X. B. RIPIEY, Mgr. lETHBRIDGE E. R. J. Korster of Spnrwood, K. C, is ill the city, Entire change of pictures at the Lyceum tonight. II. H. Hanson of Waterton Mills, 5s in town. J. W. WooU. M.P.P.. Cnrdston, is in the city. New pictures at the Eureka Friday night. A. J. McLean of Taber is spending the (lay in the city. Get the Eye-Opener at Sage's bookstore Saturday afternoon Col. H ..T. Mackio of Milk River is in tlie city today. Jtiss Johnson who hiis been visiting nt the Mackic ranch at Milk Hlver, returned homo lo Pembroke, Ont., la.'it evening. To keep your boy in at the knees buy your hosiery at the Foot Toggery. Jns. S. Brnidwood of AVlnnipeg, inspector for the Hudson's Bay Co.'b stores is in^ the city on on official visit. Friday night is amate'ur night at the Eureka. ^Ir. and Mrs. K. A. Sharman return ed la.st evening Iroin their honejTnoon trip through the Coast stattjs and British Columbia. A Denton paid out SI and costs for the fun of being d. nnd d. The magistrate assessed Thos. Orr 2 and costs for the same. Don't miss Yum, Yum, Yum by Hwzel Salmon at the Lyceum. The foundation for the new stand lape is completed and the builders are now waiting for the steel gang to arrive. Thoy are expected any day. Nearly all the steel is already here. New pictures at the Eureka Friday night. C'onstable Robinson who was substituting on the local i)olice force while Const. I'ribb was on sick leave is now on the detective staff of the Calgary police force. Entire change of pictures at the Ly-caum tonight. .\t tlie Methodist I^arsonnge, on The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH RogerS'CuRriingtiani luniDer Co. ltd. Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard -  Noirth ot Track OfBce . - - - R�>,dpalhSl.We$l Nov .t>Olh. by the Rev. ,J. M. llai-risiui. .Afr. Geo. ITelghcs, .Ir.. of I.oth liridRO was married to Miss Aiwo l'",nti'ninn of llenryvillo, Indiana. .Vlso at llirj :^aini' time and place by tho Rev. .1. M. Harrison, Mr. Chas. B. Talmer of Ix'thbridgu to ""Mrs. Rogel-I'a lOnleinan of llenryville, Indiana. Seethe great gun show at the Eureka Friday night. Parties wtialitiK copies of the municipal voters' lists can secure a copy at llie cH..v oince from which to copy llii'ir own list. Tl\ere nic only a few copies and thoso who do not put It off too lonp, can got the loan of a r(>i>y for a few ilays. The Foot Toggery makes a specialty of Ladles' and Children's Hose. 'I'ho Calgary r)olicc have shut down all slot inachiiips in the city and have proliibited dice throwing of any sort. A gang of overcoat thieves are op-cratiiin ill the Calgary hotels with i'(in.si(leral)le success. It is said that seven hundred dollars worth have been stolen during the past month. Don't forget to see th� amateur sketch, "Fun in a Barber Shop," Friday night at the Eureka. Ah old ofTender, Charles Mauldor, who was found with a couple of the Boston Cafe salt collars in his pocJt-cts'was given a mouth nt the Barracks this morning. Matinee Saturday 3 p.m., t-'the Lyceum. / There will be a big turn-out at the Y.M.C. gym. class tonight. The business n�ens|^ class from five to aix pro mi.scs to be considerably increased. Seethe great gun show at the Eureka Friday night. Mr, nnd Afrs. B. H. Van Spanckcr-cn loft on the local this afternoon for Sunimerland, B. C, where they will in luturo reside. Matinee Saturday 3 p.m., at the Lyceum. Rev. William Reid went to Iron Springs this morning, where he is to deliver a lecture tonight. His subject will be "Scotland and the Scotch." The Foot Toggery has one price and one price only-always the low. est. The names of Geo. M. Hatch, Dr. Stewart and W'.. Blenner-Hnssett and C. .1. Eck,stoem arc mentioned as pos sible candidates for the council. V Pon't forget to visit the Little Sis ters of St. Augustin's on Saturday afternoon from four till six o'clock for tea at the Hudson's Bay stores. Friday night is amateur night at the Eureka. K. O. Hyde, who is well known for his inate kindness to all dumb ani-nuils, this morning proceeded to sympathize with a horse in the Enterprise Lumber Co.'s yard by patting it on the flank. The horse, not to bi! outdone in kindness, patted him bnd4 about ten feet, and Mr. Hyde is now convinced that the stars shine all day. See our Children's 2-1 Ribbed Csshmere Hose. Best values in the City. I'"ri;d UopkUis told the Herald this morning that the road on the city side of the Macleod road is in terrible shape, there being ruts nearly two feet deep. The other evening as he was coming up a woman driving alu'Rd of him got into serious difhcul ty trying to drive her horses up, Ilnd it not been for timely assist ante there woidd have been a serious ac-cident. BORN KNAUF-On Wednesday, Novem-b.-r 18, to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Knauf, a (laughter. FOR SALE I.ots 10 and 11, Block 33. Apply to Mrs. J .L. .gtovall. 289-2 NOTICE TO PARTIES INTENDING TO BUILD 1 am prepared to complete build inps in the ahort^at possible time. Have had 24 years experience in contracting and carpenter work. Can save both time and money by figuring with me. Estimates made in 10 minutes. C. J. I-anman, Gen. Del. 289-2 A LARGE QUANTITY of Our Christmas Goods have arrived. Insido of one week they will bo openfed up, From now on we shall bo glad to show them and, a* usual, lay aside until Obristmas any article that yon wish. fT'l All III THE nitlNB Goods Wen Bonght an Easily Sold Cmtpmert of this Store always get the benefit of our Close Cash Buying. WE MUST KEEP IN THE LEAD. Cash buying and Cash Selling is doing the trick. Here are Values Hard to Match PILLOW SLIPS 40 in., 42 in., 44 in. White Cotton PillowSlips hemmed, Rood quality cloth 1 Tl ' .Each.................. ..... 1Y2C PILLOW SLIPS 44 in. White Cotton Pillow Slips, open hem stitched^ a beautifnl, iiuu soft cotton O regular B5c line. Our price...... LEATHER BELTS A great aesortmentof plain and fancy Leather Belts in colors brown, tan, navy, OC green, black. A bargain at each.... CORSET COVER EMBROIDERIES Corset Cover Embroideries, good assorlment of neat patterns, full depth, heax[ly forked on fine quality muslin OES Per yard...........................�t%}C UNION FLANNELS Dark Grey Union Flannels, 27 inches wide, regular price is 17o. 1 Our price.....................r 1 i^2C SAMPLE SHIRTS 200 Sample Men's and Boys' Top Shirts, light, and dark colors, medium and heavy weights, almost half price. Price., SDc up to$1 Watch for CARPET SAMPLES Next Week PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE Look for Our Big Ad and our Special Prices Tomorrow . . THE FOOT TOGGERY -A Consignment of- LIMBURGERCHEESE Direct from the factory just received . We still have quite a few Winter Apples To dispose of. Remember they are all guoranteed No. 1 nnd our prices are the lowest. Do not forget that we handle a complete line of the very best groceries at the lowest possible prices. TieGoodCo. Phone 98 The Up-to-Date Grocers  I THE SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE REPRODUCED Next Week at the Lyceum. The most Elaborate Thing'of Its Kind! Ever Produced in Western Canada Profe.ssor Armand'^ "City of Yos-tcrdny," the coming attraction Ut llie Lyceum next week promises to be one of the most sensational electrical scenic productions ever placed on the modern stage. The city and park is seen in the distance and great clouds gradually commence to roll over San Francisco, then the earthquake, the fire andn fina,l destruction of one of America's foremost cities. This attraction has been taxing the capacity of all theatrical houses Seethe great gun show at the Eureka Friday night. GENUINE ENGLISH Chisels J- J. .TCIHM.qTON Prescription Dru�i,t -^.^--- qual-iTV quarte:rs It requires an Englishman \\'\\o hae used English tools to appreciate tho fine quality of Eng-li.sh tool steel and its exquisite temper. We liavo a shipment ot genuine English chisels imported direct from England. They finished smooth, edge. are beautifully and have a keen cutting Tlie handles are leather tipped and are of carefully .selected wood. All sizes. along the entire circuit and from all reports the Lyceum at Calgary is unable to accommodate the people wishing to witness this great production. This production was secured for thiR circuit by john M. Nash, of the Bijou Theatre, Winnipeg, early last summer and it is through his in- Dode Haltsman, the original College Kid at the Lyceum tonight. �� f ���� f �f  m 44    !� SEE OUR WINDOWS I Keen Tools & Keen Prices � Are guaranteed if you will givC us a call HAYR BRO& 1 Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 I struiUentality -and not through tho Lycesim Theatre nt Calgary bb announced in the Calgary Albertan that same was secured, for Mr. Brown was notified Inat summer that this p.t-trnction would be at Ids theatre the latter part of November. We just wish ta place credit where it belongs. New pictures at the Eureka Friday night. MR. BOWMAN O.K. Sir.- While "The Ancient" is out taking that drink, please let me chip in. No matter if Mr. Bowman's entrance on the Miniicipal Stage was irregular, he played his piece to perfection, and the city never made, never will make a better investment. R. S. _$20 I GREHT VHL-UES IN I $12.50 $15 McKeown Hard- ware Company Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCI Suits and Overcoats Good servicoablo, stylish, well-made Business Suits and Overcoats in such an immense variety of patterns and sizes to please and fit any man. Come m and let us show-you these Suits and OvercoatB at...........?12.50, $15 and $20 DETACHABLE FUR COLLARS FOR MEN Just the thing for that Cloth Overcoat of yours for the cold wintry days. Prices..................$3, $4, $5, $0 to $18 Wojsey Unshrinkable Underwear for Men We carry a large stock of this pure Wool Underwear at all times in many diflforent weights and qualjties. sizes from 32 to 48. Every Wolsey garment is soldrby ns with an absolute guarantee that if shrunk in washing they will be replaced FREE OP CHARGE. Prices......$4.75 to $6.50 per suit Stanfield's Heavy and Light Weight Ribbed Wool Underwear There is no Underwear in tho trade today that can equal Stanfield's for ht and wear at the price. All grades and sizes in stock. Prices.............. $2.50 per suit to $3.50 Men*s Fleece Lined Underwear. Prices......$1.10 to $2,50 SHEEP LINED COATS Men's Heavy Duck Sheep Lined Gouts with sheep collar. Price.............................................$5.50 Men's Extra Heavy Sheep Lined Coats with sheep collar. Price...............................................$6 Better Sheep Lined Coats from...............$6.50 to $10  I I I SOLE AGENTS for the GEO. A. SLATER SHOES McKELVIE 9h McGUlRE | PHONE 154 i I SELL EVERYTHING MEN WEAR I 6334 9999 ;