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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Sample Rooms in Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE V TEe Lethbridg Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When in Lethbridge IS THE DALLAS HOTEL i Skates We have a complete line I rr; FROM Buy a pair of double runner skates for the children to learn 1 on. ONLY 50 cents. i Hardware Co. PHONE 62 v I I I The Store of Quality I We are unloading today one car fh APPLES Our car of Ontario Winter Apples will arrive tomorrow, consisting of the following- varieties Spys, price per bbl. ...S6.00 Kings, price per bbl. Baldwins, pr per bbl. Pippins, pr per bbl....S5.75 Wafers, pr. per bbl. T. Sweets, p: per bbl. These apples are all A 1 XXX stock and guaranteed to pass government inspection. Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 21. Prompt Delivery I I I Of Red Feather Canned Goods Watch our for prices T OHONE 98 HE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS I I i i RUBBERS OVERSHOES In every Style and Description for the Snow or Mud whichever comes; also Heavy Gum Rubbers and City Boots Please trim carefully around border COUPON Voul after November.30, 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES Address. Wher? filled out ami received at Contest Headquarters before expiration of date above. s I A few Good Books Little Sister Snotr By author ''-Lady of the Decoration" The Danger Mark by R. W. Chambers Silve Horde by Rex Beach L -iship of Love by Yon Hutten They and I by Jerome K. ]eroroe ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Phtns 25! New Whitney Block Agentt for Underwood Typo- writer 1W I I I I S Of the Cure ONLYMEDIC1NES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a centnry Please keep the- Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees 'by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to o p.m 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or JSTiVht Bell ILY A80 DiSPERSiiiG CHEMISTS Great Bargains In Cutlery and Lamps at Hayr Bros. Economy Proficiency We have devoted some time to telling you of the good qualities and attractive prices we are-selling those high grade ranges. But we must not lose track of the fact that we have .equally as good Bargains in Heating Stoves P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 CITY A.ND DISTRICT The name 01 Leavings School Dis- trict has been charged to G-ranum School District and the trustees have been authorized to borrow ior the purpose of erecting a brick school building. The C.P.R. will op.en Kipp, Mon- arch and Pearce, on the Crow's Nest Pass between Macleod and Lethbridge and also Nobles, Barons, and Carman gay on the new 'branch line 'that ex-, tends north of as regular ag- encies on the first of December. "Cowboy "Irish and "Jap all in the chorus Monday night Ly- ceum theatre. The following building permits were issued this morning: A. J. Cart- wright, a dwelling on Ernest Street, at a cost of and Chas. Mur- ray, a dwelling on Harris Street, at a cost of Rohon has a very temoting t ivplay of Xmas confectionery. Two. Lethbridge men were fined ten dollars and costs apiece at the bar- racks yesterday for using insulting CITY AN'D DISTRICT G-. K. Kavalin, Candy Co., who of the Lethbridge recently opened confectionery store .in the Johnston's j block, will, open up the same line of J 3g business in the J. J. Johnston's drug j 55 store the first of December, and he j also has secured a two-year lease on I the -building .now occupied by Chow Sam, and will take 15th of, April, at which time Chow -Sam's lease expires. The place will be thor- oughly cleaned and newly furnished, and any thing remaining of the 'old stock of the Chow Sara' Co. will be thrown out, and the place will "be run entirely :by white people Dr. Dippy's Retreat at the Lyceum tonight. -'5 s Ail CARD OF THANKS On behalf of the "Board of Trade we wish -to thank the business men of the city for the very- liberal man- ner in which they responded to our appeal, for funds in connection, with sending the ehi'bit to Omaha. With 5 if t t i I i i Is the QUALITY Unless the are of perfect quality, fresli. potent and pure, the medicine is not going to produce expected. Let us fiU- your pre- s -riptions and satis- faction is assured you Facility and know- ledge., with the right kind and class of drugs, invite all your prescrip'ion business lINncts llmm and RnnkPn W niuui iii uij uiiu uuuit uUi Prescription Specialists I I, 5. eiPiaf, Mgp. lETHBBiDGf s A. J. McLean of Taber, is in the I city today. i H. A. Driggs of Grassy Lake was a visitor in the city yesterday. A. P. Day of Medicine Hat is in town today., j -OQ SSOJQ pay }E The Companions of the Forest are i contemplating holding a masquerade ball in the near future.. The school district of Royal View has been formed, No. 2063. W. H. Rotvbotham is the senior trustee. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. I have sold over SSOOO worth of the B. j C. fruit lands they have been advertis ling in the Kerala this -week. i Ladies' Home Journal at the Red Cross today. The United States sheriff, from THE WEATHER. -snowing 6 .00 CV.gary, cloudy 10 .00 Lethbridge, -clear ]3 .00 Medicine Hat. clear 13 Kygina, clear 20 Winnipeg, cloudy 34 15 Port. .Arthur, cloudy.. 36 29 Srow 'has fallen -in manv but one exception everyone asked language to a mounted policeman in a contributed all that, was expected public place. They were given to understand that it pays to respect the red coats. Diooie's Retrear the laughi-ig show at the 'Lyceum tonight. Quite a large number of tinsmiths .and sheet metal .workers met in the i labor hail last nischt to consider form .00 .00 '.00 GEO, N. McLEAN General Cartage kinde of teaming done satisfactorily. Coal delivered C. 0. D. 534 Glyn St Phone 13! throughout the prairie provinces. In' Manitoba the weather has been mod- c-rately o'lM while "hi -Alberta and, it has become decidctllr eoM. H'Ostl.J: isir iind very cold. Local snow flurries. a union. The necessary steps 'will soon be completed for the for- the suggested union and a scale 6i, wages drawn up. Roe.'ion's are alright, al- right. Bob Fallis. the captain of the Fire j them. A list of the contributors n 'be given later. "C. G.-'K. A7OUESE.' P. 'W. DOWXEK. Brigade met with a painful accident this morning. He was riding one the horses in the rear of the fire hall when the horse bucked and threw him resulting in a badly fractured leg. The department of education has authorized the trustees of McBride Lake School District to bor- row for the purpose of buiid- CUR LETTEK BOX LETHBRIDGE'S NAME To the Editor of the you .kindly give r.liroucrh the 'Columns of your valuable the 'origin of the name of. our city. Quite a number have from time to time enquired but not one to. know how Lethbridge came .3 bs so named. Yours truly..- ENQUIRES: GPEAT MAJESTIC RANGE We have Heating Stoves beaiitirnlly finished for the drawing room Small ones for the bedroom. Large Heaters for schools and public hallr. If yon have a large place to heat we have the heating stove to do it. We can-interest you. Call and see McKeown Hardware Co. "We Ship out of Town Daily." Ltd. ing and furnishing a schoolhouse. Jo- JIaihvay' and iTrigation Co., was Montana arrived last night to take back the man Eugene Rogers, held A feature, oftho programme: here by the local police on a palmistry readings. Articles of seduction. J for Xmas. gifts will be sold. It appears that we have been mis-j A benefit concert will be given in informed as to the mention of an ac- cident to the .east bound train vester- CITY AND Miss Jenkins of Calgary, arrived in the city this afternoon to take a po- sition as assistant teacher at the Garbutt Business College. W. S. Ball, barrister and Stenson, Macleod, is the trea-j of Rcgina, Sask., in the city j surer. this morning. He was a college matr-j Or. Dippis tonight-and Hogan's Of W. C. Ives, I Jey Lyceum Theatre. Your last chance to see the Box- j The trustees of Andersonville. ing Midgets and The Gladstone Child-1 School District No. 2016 have ren at the Eureka tonight. been 'authorized to borrow A bazaar and concert will be held 600 for the purpose of -erecting and at St. Marv's Mission on Tue'sdav j furnishing a school M. B. The' ciiy of Leth'bridge is named'af- William. of Somerset, Jv.vjdaml, the first president of the Northwest Coal and Navigation Co., as the company now the Alberta OTTAWA Toronto, Nov. over, tawa 1-i, Hamilton Tigers 8. Ot- FANCY BAZAAR YALE WINS. V Mass., ?STOV. final score in'the great football match was Yale S, Plarvard 0. i i Trades and Labor Council is. asking .the department of labor for the removal of J. C. Watt, the' local correspondent- of Labor Gaze-tte on the grounds that he is out of touch with labor conditions. He has been assessment commissioner there for three years. BUY ROGERS- CUNNINGHAM LUMBER Quality Right Prices Right day morning. The C.P.R. deny the report that any accident occurred. Watch Monday's Herald for the big attraction at the Eureka next week. 3 more big acts. -he Trades Hall this evening under the auspices of the United Brother- hood of Carpenters and Joiners, to commence at 8 p.m, Rogers-Cunningham North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acad'n Block Ladies If use of rub- ber gloves is be- coming more pop- ular at this season e v e ry year in doing ordinary household work We have them at moderate Unless You Have Money To Burn Remember that when you burn a poor heating stove you are burning up money. The Famous Belle J; J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST 4- will save you dollars. See the new clinker breaking grate. It's great. Anderson. Bowville, treasurer. The trustees of -Fort Kipp school district, No. have been author-; to borrow Slt-500 for the erection j and furnishing, of a brick veneer: schoolhousc. H. Uroh is treasurer, j D. C. Marriott has completed a j very excellent enlarged glass painting of the city coat of arms for-use in i the Board of Trade publicity buiWins; j It is a work of art. Monday will be Irish Day at The j Lyceum Theatre for Deloy's Come- j dians will be seen in "Hogan's AS-i ley." Enquiries are being made by the I Mounted Police for the whereaBouts I of Percy Whitelock Lloyd. ,He is ab- i out twenty years ot age, clean shav- en. medium complexion, about five i feet eight inches in height. He ap- I pears well educated. Was wearing browTi prospector's boots Stetson hat. The police will be glad to re- ceive any information concerning .this man.' I DeJoy's "Comedians in the best of I all-Irish comedies, "Hogan's (Monday, Nov. 22. j ..I. W. Doupe, of Calgary, assistant i land commissioner for the C.P.R., is j in the city today. -that the j company has got its siding and j I switches in at Chin and is preparing i j to place its totvnsite there on the; market. This will be 'done in a short j i time. Kipn townsite wiilbc-lo- ?K i Mary's- NORTH WARD Tuesday, Nov. 23 Something' to suit everyone. Don't miss this chance- to buy your Snias presents. i Will pull Big' Business if you take pains to ..make them attractive. Our Holly, Vines. Wreaths. Sprays, Bells and Artificial Palms and Plants will assist you to hare the best -windows in town. Ask us for any information Tve can give along the lines of Holiday Window Displays. Our Show Rooms are a picture and you are as welcome to visit them as the Mistletoe in Decemher. See us for your Tahle Decorations. Let get down to a rig-lit gladsome time. We can decorate your house and make it an Earthly Paradise for a mere song. Caledonian Hall GLYN ST. Meetings will (D.V.) be held in the above hall each Lord's Day. Morning Breaking of Bread, for Be- 11 Evening Gospel Service at 7.30. All are invited. WesJey Church Audi- torium, Lethbridge Coy. Lethbridge Stafford Co. yov? live out cu town. i cak-d wiu-rc the'-company decided a 3 short timo.aso.. i Deloy's Baauty Chorus-in The number and Spanish Dance, i ceum tonight. i .Ht Three Qualities of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw for Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY A Select Vocal Recital will be given on j Thursday, Nov. 25 J at 8.30p.m. by SIGNOR GHERARD1 The distinguished tenor, assisted by Monsieur Darimond (violinist) ar.d Mme. Jenny RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 t i i 4 A rH i "yi rH: (pia'msle) baunier Heserved adnnssion Toe General .idmission 5Cc ;