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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta We Make Spgpjgtltjy Of filling large orders of Our Patrons will find Our Prices RIGHT. Ask for PRICES On all kinds of IE CASE -AND-^- CANNED GOODS SUGAR BY Fit-rite Clothing. The Ames H^denvs and Shoes. A. MACDONALD A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CREAM  CnOCOLATES JUST ARRIVED Manufactured by the celebrated Candy maker McConkey, of Toronto. J. J. JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER 'Phone 18. Night Bell. OPERA HOUSE MONDAY, DEC. 4 The ROSCIAN COMIC OPERA COMPANY 30 PEOPLE 30 --IN-: John Phillip Sousa's Comic Opera PRICES Reserved, $1.00. Sale of Seats opens Monday, November 27th, at Higinbothatn's J^rus Store. A GOOD BEGINNING In Printer's Ink-especially if supported by keeping goods as represented INSURES SUCCESS 'I'uiuty years ago when volume I,. No. I of "The Lethbridge News" a PI 11'ared it contained our advery^ lis iiieut, and so has eveiy issue s i I' L'. The people have found that U Pays to Deal at PURE DRUGS- FAIR PRICES HE LIABLE DISPENSING Tt icphone 49 Night Bell A LOCAL 8U0GET, firom for XateWalwork dropped in Island Saturday. 1 ,it Steiid left last week Jj.Mouibe to join his family. iioin -On Thursday, Nov. 16, ]!in."). to Mr. and Mrs. Thds, Niven. a siiii. Smoke the "Lethbridge Belle" ami patronize home industry. Itt .Mr. Tennant was in from Coutts Friday for a few whiffs of metro* jjolitai) air. .M iss Oowdry of Macleod, is the gur;i of Mrs. Conybeare for a \vi'(k or BO. ,} ust arrived, a full line of ladies' Knipivss Shoes at the Central and Shoe Store. Itf A I. Davis is on the water wagon ii,)\v -driving for Fred SopleinS' fit Number Three. A!is/H Kerr, of Stockett, Mmit., uiiivid in town last week on a visit ts lii'i- grandmother, Mrs. R. Kerr. Arcliie Hutton and Art Bullock \\(.ie on a shooting trip to 15.mile lake the other day and brousht back seven or eight brace of &ie duck. P. Burns shipped 200 sheep to Calgary Saturday Wanted to Rent-A single room Apply Herald ofQce. It: Dr. McGrath, of Hamilton Mont., was in town Friday. Found-A lady's tan kid glove Call at fierald office. 3tt W. McAdpo has been in the clutches of la grippe for a few days. Sidney Duncan, of the News staff, has been seeing life in Calgary for k teit days. ' , Bom.-On Friday, Nov. 10th, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Sandquist, north ward, a son. Bobt. Niven, of Coleman, came to town Saturday to spend a few days with his family. Smoke the "Lethbridge Belle," and patronize home industry. Itf The Balmoral Hotel will henceforth enjoy steam heat. The boilers and radiators arrived Saturday. John Niven, engineer at the electric plant, who was injured recently, returned to work Sunday. Cayote Henty was in last week telling us of some more dreadful mountain lion (lyin') visions he has had. K. Leek's large, new two-storey house on Burdett street is being pushed ahead and will be a fine one. For monuments and hieadstones see B. C. Moore. 1-12 Ir future Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare, of Riyerview, will receive on iixB 2Dd and 4th Saturdays of each month. On Saturday evening from 7 to 10 there was a very jolly children's pa^y at Major, Belcher's house at the barracks. There will be a meeting of the Curling Club this (W^nesday) evening in Barnes & Co.'s office in the Southard block. Bert. McEwen did the honors at a jpvial party given Satmciay after-ndcmait'the home of bis parents to' many of his young schoolmates. JSpuse to Let.-Five roomed botisd, 5 minutes walk from post-office; electric light and city water. Apply P. O. Box 77, city. It J. H. Vinolet, jeweler, who has bee;n assisting A. Zilliax lately, returned Friday to his home in McQiath. i p.,W. The club will now have more commodious quarters in the old Chinook building. Geo. Bremner, of the Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Cranbrook, is in Lethbridge and yioinity on business this week. In qonversa-tiou with the Herald last night Mr. Bremner remarked: "It is remarkable how this country grows. here is no question iibout it tliat Lethbridge and Cranbrook are by far the two best towns on the ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Anglican.) Rev. J. S. CUvera. A. K. C, Rector. Rev. David Jonet, B.A., Assistant Sundays:- Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School ait 3.00 p. m Evensong at 7.30 p. m. Celebration ol Holy Communion:- 1st Sunday in the month at 11.00 a. m. (Cboral). 3td Sunday alter Matins. Other Sundays at 10.30 a. m. Daily Matins and Evensong at 9.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. ST. MARY'S MISSION (No. 3.) Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. m. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. O. Hughsoo, Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting. Wednesdays, at 8.00 ip. m. Epworth League, Fridays, at 8.00 p. ffl.' KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Hev. A. M. Gordon, Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. % Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. Sewing Circle Wednesday afternooos at 8.00 o'clock. Missionary meetings, 1st and 3rd Fridays in month. Cfrow.' We havs notices in type of the excellent performances of the Harold Nelson Co. Friday and Saturday, but owing to the gretii demand upon our space this week, they are crowded out. It must be said, however, that tt^is company, like good wine, improves with age, ----------------- and give the people of this circuit I people and it certainly was like a rare treats. Patten'& Perry on gigantic holidtiy for most of the Monday night had a luperb 'band' unfortunate ^latents, who appreciat-and orchestra and ".leriy'' made a ! ed the action immenselv. About side-sjplitting Irishmap, There  150 people followed the tmnd over was also some good acrobatic work. I and many of them had pleasant Otherwise the show was about' chats with patients whom they "normal." knew. W. E. Greer is in town from High River. H, G. MiUer, a KalispeU, Mont., lumber man, is in the section this week. James Macdonald returned home to city life vesterday after rusticating for a few days in Calgary. J. McGarry, of Maple Creek, re-turned home today after spending a couple days in salubrious Leth-bridge. James Ashcroft and Al. Whitney shipped 20 head of horses to Moosejaw this week. J. H. Martin was the buyer. It's seldom a Chinese v^etable igonhas a horee attached to it with vim enough to rim faster than a walk, but Saturday a bunch of vegetables were scattered along the imvement through a smart spurt around the block on the part of a Chink's rimaway nag. The Irrigation oompiiny is busily engaged enlai^ihg its ditch. A large force of men are working from Kimball to Lethbridge. T. M. Evans has been going over the work and was accompanied by W. Ritchie, of Grafton, N. D., who says the country looks good to him. Among the new settlers in this district are the following from Mauitoulin Isknd:-Peter Dickout and son, Edward, and Wm. Fisher and sons, George and Pretl. These gentlemen brought considerable fivrjn stock and implements, and are now located at their ranch in township 11, range 20. Boldy Buck, fotman of (he circle ranch, spent last week in town, leaving for Bird Tail divide this week, accourptinioi. % Geo. Houk, who is'on a business trip. Jiaiuy says that the last delivery of beef cattle has been made, and that the bunch will pull into Little Bow ranch for winter qimrters. Two children of Ben. T. Whitney's, Grassy Lake, aged 7 and 8 yeatis, a boy and a girl, recently mounted a couple of ponies and went out cayote himtiiig with dogs while the family was away. Strange to s^y, the youngsters siipceedecl in killing one of the animals. They were quite proud of their exiierience but it is rather a dangerous pastime for childi-en of thrtt jige. ' Patten & Perry's band went over to the hospital Suuchiy and treated the inmates to delicious music for about an hour. It was a generous action on the part of the show OLD SAGE oo busy Picture-frai\iing and Map-mounting to bother about writing ads.; but come and see the goods he has filled his store with. SANTA GLAUS A Clock should be in every room in tho house, including kitchen. It needn't be a strikiiig dock, if the noise is annoying -though the soft booming of a rich cathedral gong could hardly jar the most sensitive ners^es. : : : : : But with a good clock in each room, meals are apt to be on time, fthe children get to school on time, folks need not be late at church for lack of knowing "wba't's o'clock," as the English say; and "company" can see when h's time for "him" to go-though it has hapixnied that the hauds of tlie parlor clock have been set back. But then, cv(u-ybocly kjiows thfit parlor clocks are liable to vagaries at such times. : : : : : : . : Utbbridge Fernie Mcdicinv Hat Rodhero Prince Albert  R. A. Wright C. C. Wrtght A.M.Wright B.W.Wright F.W.Wright Issuer of Marriage Licen'ies, No witnesses required This is one of the most successful Heaters ever introduced into the western market. It meets the demand. It is easy to handle, has a hot air blast draft that consumes the gas, smoke-prOof feed'door, extra large ash pan and every modern improvements. It is the Stove that Suits ^ C. W. GRAY ^ THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 IF YOU BUILD YOU NEED If you are wise you will buy yoxir Lumber ^s'here you can get it the best at a reasonable price-and get it when you want it. Wolinudie Lumber of Every Description Our source of supply is unlimitt'd .1)1(1 yon cjMi depend upon getting what you ank for. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. .J. W. McjNicoL, Genera] Miuuiger, Lethbridge, Alta. Branches at Taber, Nanton, Leavin<;, Cardston, Pincher Creek and High River. r(sxs)rrrsxs)rrr(ax?^^ i DIRECT FROM ENGLAND We are putting iu stock today some beautiful lines in Dinner Sets Tea Sets Toiiet Sets Tbeie we have imported direct from the manufacturers and can therefore'@-five our patrons the wliolcsale merchants'profit?. ' ^ Exceirtionai values., Inspection Invited. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CQ o^o'o'o'oTo.o o opTo:o.o.o.Q.oToproroiQ.Q ;