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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Sample Rooms in Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE V IKe Lethbridg PLACE TO STAY When in Lethbridge IS THE DALLAS HOTEL IV1 I r c> I have a complete line FROM 50c TO Buy a pair of double runner skates for the children to learn on. ONLY 50 cents. I I i I I P.O. BOX 670- PHONE 62 i XMAS NUMBERS Ladies1 Home Journal Munsey Argosy Scrap Book Family Herald and many other maga- zines, now in. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Phtns 251 New Whitney Block Afonts for Underwood Type- writer This is the Best Dru i 9 I M I I in town, if you consider variety and size of our stock, our hijrh reputation and our broad commercial policy. AVe specialize in pre- scription tvork, of course, because on'the success of it our whole business de- pends. HaTe you ever found anything- -amiss in your dealings here? It's news for us if YOU have. llberta and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. B. RIPLEr, Mrjr. LETflBRIOGE Our Cold Cream Is A Wonder It is a white, creamy combination of pure oils, guaranteed not to grow hair. 'A small portion applied daily will prevent chap- ped face and hands and will afford a protection .ijrainsi n-ind and cold, thus preventing- undesir- able red face and hands. 25 cents per pot at J.D, Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Niglv. The Store of Quality TARTAN BRAND Canned fruits and vege- tables are a revelation to the housekeeper who has not tried them. The qual- ity of the goods is. of course, superb, and our customers are always glad to recommend them to theii friends. A car of the Tartan Brand Canned Goods will arrive this week. Try a sample or- der from us. Our Goods are good. Our prices are low. DHONE 91 Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 21. Prompt Dftlivery Bargains Cutlery Lamps We are unloading today one car of Red Feather Canned Goods Watch our ad. for prices THE GOOD CO. I 1 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY HAY AND FEED FOR SALE 1 i Three Qualities of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw Block use of rub- ber be- coming more pop- ular at this season every year in doing ordinary household work We have them at moderate prices. J. J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST M Unless You Have Money To Burn Remember that when you burn a poor heating stove you are burning up money. The Famous Belle Oak See the new clinker breaking grate. It's great. Stafford Agnew Co. !Jf yov live out of town, I Because they're worth a good deal more than 25 cents more. A car has just arrived. The stock was packed by W. H. Millman Sons, Toronto, and was pur- chased through the North West Jobbing Son's shipment was specially recom- mended by the inspector. CITY AND DISTRICT J. H. C. Willoughby, coal merchant of Saskatoon is in the city. Don't forget the Gherardi Concert in Wesley Church on Thursday. The Westminster Guild of Knox Presbyterian Church are having a so- cial tonight. Everybody welcome. 3 big acts at the Eureka tonight. F. D. Hennig, formerly of this city has decided to open up in the imple- ment business at Seven Persons. j Chas. Kavanaugh f -appeared before j Magistrate Macdougall this morning and paid S3 and costs for being drunk and disorderly. The H. A. McKillop Co. are fitting out the new Alexandra Hotel with crockery. The order calls for seven jhundred dozen pieces. Entire change of program tonight j j a-t the Eureka. All new people and new j pictures. L. The Poison's Bank branch at Dia- I i mond City opened up for business this morning. D. C. Morrison, lately of Calgary, is in charge, with J. B. Mc- Dermott of Waterloo as accountant. J. A. Maedonald, architect, leaves for Calgary this week to spend a few days opening up a branch office in that city. He expects to have the office opened by the middle of the next, month. See Yaldare and Varno, sensation- i Sp.jai comedy cyclists: Florine, the great! I spectacular and novelty cancer and Dell Reno, the magician and expert j manipulator at the.. Eureka to-. i night. The Young Men's Club gymnasium j classes are flourishing greatly under j I Gherardr, the great Italian tenor, aft Wesley church, on Thursday. DIED Calgary, Nov. 21, 1909, Mrs. Frank McMullen, age 21 years. The remains will be brought to the city at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Funeral Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m. from the residence of Frank Locker, 1202 Ford St. east. NIGHT SCHOOL Thorough instruction in Commercial and Shorthand branches. Civil Service and Eng-Jifili. For particulars phone or "write Geo. J. .Schmidt, Principal. Garbutt Business College Phone 1315 P.O.Box 1291 FANCY BAZAAR palmistry St. Mary's Gmrcti NORtH WARD Tuesday, NOY. 23 ikiiv't miss ihis chance to buv vour Xmas presents. instructor. A class for young men T is being put in Thursday for 6.30 to I 7.30 and on Saturday for 8 to 9. i I Don't miss seeing the Deioys in j Hogan's Alley, tonight at the Lyceum. Meetings will (D.V.) be held 1 in the above hall each Lord's 1 Day. Morning Urt-.-iking of Bread for Be- lievers, 11 Evening at All are invited. ;r !i Spies Baldwins Kings per barrel per box, No. 1, No. 2, j MONTREALER DEAD Montreal, Nov. F. E. Graf ton, j of the firm of F. E. Graf ton Sons, one of Montreal's largest book sellers T and stationers, died this afternoon JL T Wesley Church Audi- f torium, Lethbridge 5 i I I i i t 2> 1 o I o All A 1 stock, sound to the bot- tom of the barrel H, A, McKillop after a brief illness, aged 58. -K o We have the guaranteed kind. Call or phone the f People's Drug Store i A Select Vocal Recital will be given on Thursday, Nov. 25 at 8.30 p.m. by J SIGNOR GHERARDI The distinguished tenor, assisted by Monsieur Darimond (violinist) and Mme. Jenny Saunier NORTH WARD. I. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, T Prescription Expert Druggist Optician Phone 445 Night Bell j 4. T J. i T T T iT (pianiste) Reserved admission 75c General admission oOc ;