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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Simple Rooms in Connection NEW AND UF-TO-DATE TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When in Lethbridge IS THE DALLAS HOTEL Skates a complete line FROM 50c TO 1 I 1 a pair of double runner skates for the children to learn ONLY o cents. on. The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 670 PHONE 62 7ft I 1 I I I XMAS NUMBERS Ladies' Home Journal Munsey Argosy Scrap Book Family Herald and many other maga- zines, now in. Clinical Thermometers Usually called fever ther- mometers, because used by physicians to indicate the of a fevered pa- tient. Every home should have one. They often prove life savers as they are a pos- itive warning of approaching fever. Get We sell them from up. llberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists A. B. BiPLEY, Mgr. LETHBRiDBE '910 Calendar Photographic Mounts If you have some interest- ing photos why not mount them on a Calendar They make a neat season- able gift and when made by yourself they are doubly in- teresting. We have these mounts. The prices are low; the goods are neat. See our window. For sale by n J.O. HiptotliaiiifiCo.Ltd. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. I I GEO. N. MCLEAN CITY AND DISTRICT The funeral of the late Mrs. Frank McMullen has been postponed until to- morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, Rev. Henry Proctor, formerly pas- tor of Olivet Baptist Church, Cal- igary. died in Chicago. Don't fail to see that Trick Bicyclist Act at the Eureka tonight. Rev. Mr. Wilkinson, Church of Eng- land, rector at F.ernie, is resigning to go to the coast. Miss Kate O'Neill of Cobourg, Ont., I is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. j Doyle, 1008 London Road. I A fresh supply of grapes and cran- i berries arrived at the Hudson's Bay I stores. In connection with the Board of Trade's exhibit at Billings the body owes a debt of gratitude to the A. R. I. Co. and its general manager P. L. Naismith, who gave his person- al attention to what was done. The The Store of Quality TARTAN BRAND Canned fruits and Tege- tables are a revelation to Uie housekeeper who has not tried them. The qual- ify of the goods is, of course, superb, and our customers are always glad to recommend them to their 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. Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 21. Prompt Delivery 1 We are unloading today one car 1 s is always good and the when one hundred and sixty- Ior 25c'-and 35c. five officers, teachers and students Another, valuable piece of inside] were present, several classes having a city property "changed hands today. perfect attendance. Brief speeches Riplcy Bros, purchased the Ritchie property on Redpath St. from J. M. Ritchie paying in the neighborhood of t The property consists ot lots 6 and 7 of Block 31 and is local-.' ed opposite Wesley Church. j The Alberta Realty Exchange sold t four sections of land south of (frassv Lake to Hartman Krug this morn- ing. Mr. Krug is the proprietor of iiK room 01 wesiey It is difficuit to find words to nisfail. DIED Nov. 21, delivered by G-. C. ;1909, Frank McMullen, age 21 supt. -of the Baptist Mrs. Slark I years. Funeral Wednesday afternoon supt. of the Salvation Army S.S., Dr. Courtice, 0. D. Austin and F. -S. j public' cemetery. Filmer. A splendid spirit of enthus- iasm prevails in the school. A CHARMING PICTURE Another one of AiTc good shows at Charming, indeed, is the beautiful the Eureka this week. 3 big hits entitled "The Soul's Awaken- everyone a headliner. given with the Family Herald land Weekly Star, of Montreal, this Phone 131 the Krug Furniture factory at Berlin, and he is also interested in other fur- niture factories. He will begin de- The lecture room ot Lesley Church was crowded last night at ehe Ep- ent to every subscriber for 1910, .and along with such a paper as .The Family Herald and Weekly' Star at one dollar a year certainly is the best bargain of the year. Clergy- men of all denominations are urging parents to become, possessors of a i 4- cppy of this interesting picture. OVERSHOES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION GO TO HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Thursday, Nov. 25 at 8.30 p.m. by SIGNOR GHERARDi The distingirishefltenor, assisted by Monsieur Darimpnd (violinist) ami Mine. Jenny Saunier (pianiste) IX :t I T I M-H n i n n n 1111111 n MM i Reserved admission 75c General admission 50c I M-l-r-t- ;