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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ll tkt HM ilMMIIMMIMK W. w -'jii 'J... -tf- ing ifie 'the 'cold do Veil to call tea our l fiockey we quality ana price are to meet yon ttxnmfiffQ) OTmWVnHv Wl ONLYMEDiGNES SOLD on SUNDAYS rule for pewly.quarter fceep Do-: million itatate and have Jor... our by making your ojtdinary purchaaeft on week On .and -Public Holidays we are, open from 10.30 to 11 a.m-..., 4to 5 p'm.'' 8.30 to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use XMAS The Store of Are ripw Located In their New arid Commodious Quarters In the Stafford PHONE I' IsH District Cou'rt on Dr. -J- E. Loverinj of Cardston i He intends practicing A PLEASURE When assortment 'from. Our to tell .yon. about f them. Call. j and see'for Toa J can make your now and we will hold them for you.. See a few of our nice in our-window. in cityv here; HcKinnev TooJc a tally-ho load "of ten" land "seekers" out u ning. The sight caused some out the prairie and mild. THE WEATHER Edmonton, -fair Calgary.; clear Lethbridge, .fair Medicine Hat, cloudy 45 54 58 60 55 50 ment on the Tuck's Cards, New Years Girds and Calendars at know the goods. 'Regina, cloudy "Winnipeg, Bulletin From Central Office. comparatively, warm wea-r rxgairi been general through- Aftnts for Tonr Brown, the known ranch- er, is still confined in the Gait Hos- pital, A horse he vrais riding stum- bled and threw Mr. Brown, breaking his hip joint. j At Wesley Church, corner Redpath and 'Burdett Dr. Daly, late of "Belfast, "will preach at'll And 7.30 p.ra, tomorrow. Strangers welcome, all sittings Hazel singing, 'dancing and character impersonations at the Lyceum. W.C. Simmons went to Calgary Thursday night to attend Supreme Court there. The man McAuley who was injured at Frank in ah brought to the Hospital'last-night. ijt: We are showing the mosi up-to-date Kne in the city with values at regu- lar prices you cannot get elsewhere I Boys' Ribbed Wool Hose, sizes from Cl 'A' i'A D ..licvi: -.1; 52 to 10. "rices range from 30c to SOc per pair r L i Several narrow escapes at tie Gait Crossing were reported yesterday The people'claim that the tells on the engines dp not ring at the cross- ings and there is no way for drivers to tnow an engine is coming. Christmas Numbers of Black and White; __ Ladies' Home Journal: Strand; Holly at Sage's. A.1 E. Ives has been appointed ag- ent .forj, Lethbridge and district for Insurance Co. of This company is -ramcs Manknell got out of the The and the fresh est and finest drugs will be used in your prescriptions if you send them to the General Fire Perth, Scotland. very strong financially, having assets of over and a reserve of over Mrs. Cunningham, wife of tf J. Prescription Specialists L I, HPIEY, Cunningham, 'af the Cranbrobk Cigar factory, arrivedi last week and they have leased the H. McCarthy prop- erty in'the south part of the town, where they will Herald. Don't miss Yum, Yum, Yum by Hazel Salmon at the Lyceum. T-. S. F. Jackson has resigned the managership of the branch of the Traders' Bank in Edmonton. He is [succeeded by H. C. Anderso'n, late of Sturgeon Falls, Ont., who assumed charg- on Monday last. A.very, pretty and. unique event took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Almond Brown, It was the occasion of the mar- Al- Hospital a day or two ago and was arrested last night on. a jcharge of- attempting suicide. Gus. Xeidig left last night for Spokane on .a .business trip, there he. will secure a number of ,mas querade suits for the grand masquer- jarie'ball next Friday1-, Xov. 27th. Mr. Nourse, manager of the. .Canar dian Bank says that Lethbridge is the best place he knows of and in proof .of it is spending his two-week vacation at home and says he is hav- ing the :his life.' Norman Puterbaiigh. yesterday morn ing committed for trial by Insp. West this, morning for snatching a money- bag containing from another fel- low in the Arlington Hotel bar the other day., Remember the farewell dance at the Bijou on Wednesday next, Nov. CONVENTJON OF ONTARIO LIBS. Hon.- A. G. Mackay Says it Will Be Held to on a Platform 25th; 904 A'meetiag of the Poultry Associa- tion will be "held in the Board of Trade rooms on Tuesday night next at 8 o'clock. A request has been re- ceived from the. Department of Agri- show here be held in January in or- der to be in a. series with Calvary and 'if-1 that is arranged an expert judge can be sent here. When the fire team was returning this morning from its usual practice run it ran into a horse and rig be- Wiarton, Nov. Tol- mie, M.- for, North Bruce, .was tendered banquet by the of'this'town; the largest'and-most successful banquet ever given a pub- lic 'here, ilr. Tolmie has-been in rmunicipal .and. political contests., and has always been successful, -and on October 26th he Von his fourth victory in Federal politics by the sweeping majority of 339 in a very close riding. The Hon. A. G. MacKay, who had driven 18 miles be GSivfiCi s rousing ovSuioii, cheered to 'the echb'thrcugho'ttt: a- liant address brimful oi elo- .quence. In referring to Ontario said that it was not his opinion'that the present cabinet would command the confidence 6f the "country very long, arid that there would soon be a Provincial convention to lay down a platform. longing -to Joseph Oroz, in front of riage of their, daughter. Mabel meada, to Mr. Frank ITcCown, of r the post office. The rig was upset ranum, Re- and the driver thrown out. The view- horse made straight for the post of- Lnst night about six o'clock a fice but was caught. The snt-ak thief stole a fur coat from and harness were badly damaged t'oaldale Hotel. At 6.45 the police'Dut no one was hurt. found out that the coat had been sold to F. G. Waddington at the Auction Mart and found the purchas- er trying to sell it on the street. They took charge of the coat but so far have not located the fellow who sold it to the Auction Mart. Don't forget the Leap Year dance at the Bijou next Wednesday night, GENUINE ENGLISH ft Some 1 tangs 1 hat Interest Men The business our Men'sPurpishing De- partment .is daily in- creasing. The., careful dresser is beginning to find out that he can get everything that is new and stylish and abso- lutely correct ,at our store. Our big stock of holiday goods is ready for your inspection. IS Nov. 25th. "Reckless 90-3 Get the Eye-Opener at Sage's book- store Saturday afternoon. William Nogar, an enterprising gen- tleman from Orillia, is building an uptodate restaurant and feed stable on the corner of Ford and Westmin-j stcr, near the elevators, for the ac-j conmiodation of the farmers of this' district. This will be welcome news for our friends from the country, who have heretofore found it difficult to! ATMAGRATH (Continued From Front Page) occurred. A been sunt to him and it is expected that he will be able to .timft for the rfuueraj. ..late -Mrs. Harker had been-7taVcen ill last Monday nothing serious; anticipated. On Thursday cvenincr. the id isease sudden- ly took a dangerous turn and the climax came this morning. ,The sym- jattiy_ of. the whole goes out to tie bereaved husband and his is A cupola, has- been, built ,upon ..the. top. and a, large- fiagpolc, which..makes.the-store naore- formerly... There-.has-; been a ings .erect.odrhcrer.this falL-vTbe next- few see a improve- niQntf Iny.the town. The farmers; are thie- cars they require fbr sh'ippinjf 'their girain. .There 'Seems complaint in other places along the- line. Street talk says that in the course- of a few months a. hotel..will ec- ected wife's relatives.. Miss Fa.vorette.'Hall underwent, an operation fpr appendicitis atythe Gait spital at. yesterday The .operation ..very successfulj and _the latest repprts are to_the..elrj feet that she is improving very nice- There are four cases of appendicitis 3lr. George Johnson haa 'gone to Montana to ..purchase a-cairioad of horses. He expects to retinrn in j weeks. AJL addition to L. S. Taylor's WHEN: YOU WANT AND In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YATIT RESTAURANT Grassy Lake -r Drivers" will be Rev. William Reid's subject tomorrow ev- secure stable room. Business will be ening in the Baptist Church. The ad- in fuil sw'n? in the course of a day dress will bo specially for young all oi whom will receive a hearty wcl i come. The forenoon service and the! LOST Sunday School will be held at the! a black and tan Collie usual hours. 11 a. m. and 3 D. m. tail. Reward will .be given QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU ll Uipkr Co, LU, Phones 23 and 123 Strangers and visitors are invited finder" Writf> Box 447' Lethbrirlge. nil the services. 290-2 A LARGE QUANTITY of Our Vslll 13U11U3 have arrived. Inside of one week they vrill be opened up. From now on we shall be glad to show them and, ai usual. lay aside until Christmas any article that yon wish. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist It requires an English- man who has used Eng- lish tools to appreciate the fine quality of Eng- lish tool steel and its ex- quisite temper. We have a shipment ot genuine English chisels imported direct from Eng- land. They finished smooth, edge. are beautifully and have a keen cutting The handles are leather tipped and are of careful- ly wood. All McKeown Hard- QUAUITV QUARTERS ware Company Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PfiONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK We haTe hundreds ol doz- ens of all the latest shades and- patterns the season demands, and of almost any material that is worn. We have a nicely assorted display that ve want yon to see. For Evening Dress Evening dress is becoming more necessary in Leth- bridge, and if one does wear evening dress toe "trimmings" as it were, mnst be correct. We have a splendid line of bow ties, dress vesta and shirts, as-'wsll as the latest effects in collars. Onr leather display may solve the gift problem as to what yonr friend wonld appreciate. .Wouldn't he like a good cigar or cigar- ette case, or perhaps a tobacco pouch would be preferable. If he does not smoke try a card case. All prices. HUDSON'S MY CO, r from the factory jist receiyed We still have quite a few To dispose of. Remember they are all guaranteed No. 1 and our prices are the lowest" Do not forget that we handle a complete line of the yery best groceries at the lowest pos- prices. Phone 98 The Up-to-Date Grocers, I I 9 if M sEEjouR Keen Tools Keen Prices Are guaranteed if yon will give is a call Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 t 4 4 ;