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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Beit 51.25 a Day "Hotel "in Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE V The Dallas Hotel it the 4. Moit-Convenltnt Solace to Stay This ibertx is the Lantern that WONT BLOW OUT They are 'Air-tight and Oil-tight. The Bail will stay in any position. Simplest and Easiest Globe-Lifting Device-. ManT other New and Exclusive Features not to be found on any other makes. Just the Lantern you have been, waiting for. Prices from 60c to Hick-Sehl Hardware Go. Diaries for 1911, Office Supplies of ail tmds. Piling Cabinets. Transfer Cases. Blank Books. Type-writer Sup- IflBHWS BOOXSTflBE Ntw WWtniy Black first door .west Union. Bank AftnU ftr Undtrwoirf writer Phone 1265, GET WELL QUICKLT Let us co-operate with your doctor. In other words let us fill your prescriptions. Here yon set the advantage __ ot education, seientinc equip- ment and quick service. Ton ywill appreciate this more you have occasion to trust us with yo.ur prescrip- tion, for you will find that our every claim is justified. ALBERTA DRUG CO. A. B. Ripley, Phone 772 ROCHON'S CAFE Comprehensive Menu Afternoon Teas Light Lunches Try Our Special Lunch We excel in quality T GET WELL QUICKLY! Let TIS co-operate with, your "doctor. other words .let us till your prescriptions. Here you get the advantage of education, scientific equips ment and quick service. You when you have occasion to trust us -with your prescrip- tions for yon Tnll find that our every- claim is justified. KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST! NEW ARRIVAL September Canadian Cheese Choicest quality 20cvperib. The Store of Quality Fruit. 7 Crockery; Phone 1453 Carr's English Biscuits 'THE FINEST SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE We have just received a very fine variety to sell as follows: SWISS WAFERS, Delicious, per Ib. 50c in your mouth, per 40c COCOANUT MACAROONS, Very fine, per SILVER CHURN.'a biscuit we all like, per Ib. 30c STRATHCONA, The kind you want more of, per 40c Looks fine, tastes better, per 40c BOSTON CREAM, A winner at the price, per Ib. 30c Also a number of other very fine varieties at tempting prices. CALL OR PRONE 525 THE GOOD CO HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUlTAND PRODUCE PHONE 823 PROMPT DELIVEPY When You Think OLIVES! OLIVES! of us. "J have them in all sizes and NUT OLIVES PIMENTO CELERY SPANISH QUEENS RIPE ETC, Vi BUSINESS LOCALS Complete change tonight at the Eurelca. All. n-gw-people. 289-1 Ciiil tne Lethbndge-'Messenger Service for, quick gage delivery. Office St. 210-0 Call at the o'ffice-and see the range" of, Christmas greetings. Firs s. come, choice. E'ange- is limited 2S.8-0 See the Mystifiers arid Illusionists at the Eureka tonight. -Also Bob Miller, that famous comedian, -late of TAe JJJigintJota JCo.LM Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day- Telephone No. 322 Night BeH on Front Door Call up Crown Cleaners, corner oi Redpatb. and Burdett oppo- site Methodist church. 424. 172-0 Grand Dance under auspices or Cale- donian Pipe Band in Redings .Hall, JJorth Ward, 'Tuesday evening, Nov. 22nd. Everybody--welcome-. 288-3 Try a box- oi choicb cut fidwers from Geo. Taylor's.: to please you or your Si per box up. Free, green with all 'cut flowers. Phone 675. P. 0. Bos 1353. 246-0 J. evangelist, will, address jmeet ings'in Supina Hall, 230 West- minster Road, Wednesday' and -Thurs- day evenings at 8 o'clock, and Sun- day evening at 7.30 Amateur photographers can secure something nifty small pictures for Christmas at the Herald Office. 286-0 The Carnation postponed their dance from: Tuesday until Fri- day, Nov. 25th.. All members please take cotice. 289-2 The James Fax .Concert Co. will appear at the Majestic Theatre on Saturday evening. Dec. under the i auspices" of the G-arbutt Business Col- lege. 289-5 FOE GOOD yon should all-your-building materials come from us. If .you. use our. lumber and supplies your work will look better, last, longer and. cost no mora, OUBLUMBEE is and .the clear. "-There-'is: never waste; but'immense 'Savings, if you purchase here. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 iner THIRD AVE. S. FAMILY GROCERS SHERLOCK BLDG. THE KITCHEN is the part of the house that should receive your first con- sideration. The -health and good arrangement of the whole fabric depend not only upon the kitchen, but upon The RANGE on which yo.ur.cook- for the household. Lot us help you. The range shown in this cut is-the-WESTERN TREASURE NO. 9, large oven, duplex grate, and! high- A TREASURE "iff 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. "Wu ship out ol town dally. HE., WEATHER: Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, fair Lethbridge, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy In Southern Alberta'. the weather 30 CJTY AND The Epworth- League of Wesley mission- has. ibeen.quite niiid, in the prairie'province- if has continued-indd- church, -will have a j ary meeting tonight, it being in the nature of a Quiz.-" Music will provided bv the Herald trio erately cold. FORECAST: "Sas- ately cold, with light local snow falls, 'and; milder: AND DISTRICT Mrs. R. W. Long and child, 619 urday afternoon from Taber, where and others..: Mr. Woods will be chair- man. Arnold Wilson, -a known resi- heart trouble 'and dropsy. He lived for. several years -in British Columbia -among-the -gold mines. He was known to several Lethbri-dge people. Rev. Cannon Tucker -will address the' laymen of the St. Augustin's, St. Cyprian's and St. -Mary's congrega- EQIJIPINIENT, FURNISHINGS VICE Private CAFE IN Throughout CAB Meets All riTV iwn nicTDirT UIi AND Ulbliutl F. S. Leffingwell, of Warner, is in] the city on business today. E. Downer left on Saturday night on a trip to the old country.' T. B. Patteson, financial agent. Hill block, went to Medicine Hat on a business ;trip on Saturday. There will be a meeting of the Vet- eran's Brigade in St. Augustin's hall at 8.15 ?-irt.7 on Wednesday, Nov. 23rd. C. H. Imperial De-. velopment Co., and Mrs. Devine, leave! t-orcorrow on a three weeks' visit to Winnipeg. The Quarterly Board, oi Westminster Mission will meot this evening in the Westminster parsonage at eight o'clock. R. A. Smith, of Smit-h Cameron, barristers, Alberta Block, went to Cardston On business on Saturday af- ternoon. He returned this afternoon. Messrs. Gordon, Ironside and Fares are shipping a trainioad of beef cat- tle today from Cardston. The cattle are off the Blood Indian reserve. T.. P. Perry, chairman of the Lethbridge district, motored to Taber yesterday afternoon to con-duct ser- vice there in the cx'cning and to or- craniyA m tlio.fc -hn- dav. CITY AND DISTRICT A. J. Warren, of A. Easton with Mrs. Long's.sisters. Number eight, the east-bound- Soo- and i Spokane-Portland Flyer, was several Co.'s staff, is back duties azain !Lou-rs late. fhe did not todav after a few davs' to arnj.e storms a- slight accident he sustained while i m JVashmgton, Haao and Oregon acting as an amateur carpenter states on the Spokane International _, land the 0. R.: evening in St j O O tin's LMH-. Fred U. Ebey. of Rugby, -Vorth Dakota, is here looting over .SoUh- .ern Alberta, a view Oi-locaras here. He was down to Warner on Saturday and says that >vlur he has .seen of the country he likes :t line.! and there will be little do'fot but what "he will'remain. t E. B. dc la G-iraday', of Calgary, i who is the prime mover in the .pro- posed Beet Sugar Factory- at Strath- more, is in Lethbridge today. He went out this, afternoou to look over i the sugar factory the Knight Su- i gar Company at Raymond, -which is.j in t'hs -inicidis of its season's run. i The Heraldr through the courtesy of Pacific rail- way, has received the C.P.R. calen- dar for 1911. It is their cal- 'endar. and1 shows in a striking manner the 67 C.P.R- steamers. These steam- ers, if placed in a single line, reach of three and a half miles. Their crews and general staffs number people, and the st-eam- ers''consume tons of coal daily. Last- year these vessels travelled miles, equal to 57 times around the OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square deal is one that 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 sonic 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. It we cannot show you the advantage ir buying from us. then don't from us. Rogers-CunniiigiiaiB Inter Company, MM ACAD1A 1LOCK North Yard, ill Yard, 4tl Great Values lor the -Table linens imported from Ireland in a great many yery pretty floral designs, in- cliidino- aliiunber of the ever popular pat- terns, Fleur-de-lis, Shamrock, Eose. Lily, 72 in. Striped with floral border, -.per yard 72 in." yard ____ 85c 72 in. Pansy, per yard BED 72 in. Lib' per yard 'Table Covers in all sizes, from each 90c to ____ doz.... 75c to Our special This is the best have offered for some' time at this price, others of better quality from to r. largest stock in the city in .this line. All prices to suit all comers, from the composition quilt, to the beautiful down quilt. Flannelette in grey and white Imported wool blankets, grey and white. alJ weifflits, from to 'IV ;