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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ifliMl il'iillti I'n Ml lllhiuTi V  ISe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY am II letkbrliigi It tki UUM flOTE >HAV� YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. Bex 670 SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 Music All the Latest Popular Muuc at 2Sc each Have you one of our Mc-Kiiiley Catalogs of lOc Music I Violins, Banjos, Accortle-ons. Gramaphones and Records ROWSDN'S BOOK STORE 1st losr West of Union Bank Phone m Agents for Underwood Typewriters. f Pharmacy Is an Exciting Science So with new discoveries, new remedies and new ideas, the moderndnifj^ist ^ must be up-to-date ^ This is a thoroughly modern store- an example of all that is latest and beat in scientific pharmacy. You who want to feel secure have pood reason in bringing your prescription here. Riberta Drug and Book Co. | Prescription Specialists 1. B. RIPIEY, Mgr. LETHBRIDGE Send a Udy a box of CHDCOUTES and you will please her. certainly Wg have just received our fresh XMAS supply. We carry lowney's ganong's peter's webb's fry's J. 0. Higinliotliani&Co.Ltd. Family and Dispensing Cliemists Telephone 49 Resident Niglit Clerk The Store of Quality New Limburger Cheese Roquefort Cream Edam-Dutch PHQNE 21 G. BRMBEER & CD. Successors to lElNI IFUIEI 4� THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy............... 20 Calgary, clear ............ ...... 38 Lothbriilge, clouily............ 37 Alodlcino lint, cloudy ......... 3-1 18 16 21 18 19 24 Rcgiiia, (uir ..................... 30 Winnipeg, cloudy .......1.0 82 nuUetin From Central OlHco The weather tliroughout tho prairie provinces haa been fair with moderate temperatures, tho maximum being a few degrees above the freezing point in ncnrlj' all districts. Unsettled con ditions have set in anil light snow has fallen locollj-. Forecast-Xorlhcrly winds, colder with light snowfalls today and on Thursday.- Th� Suit of a Ocn'flcman Must roveal Quality. The qxiietj nnobtrusivo character c� tt "correct'? suit bespoaks good brGfcding mid winft" favor for the wearer. carries tho hall marks of Quality and gives tiidro general Btttisfaction than any other. Ask for a SOVEREIGN Suit W. E. SANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. Limited HAMIIiTON, pNT, WlNNIPE^l, MAN. - CITY AND DISTRICT. All Knights of Pythias, local and visiting are requested to..attend a very . important mveting tcinighi; at 8.30 >har|>^ C. F. P. Conybtiare, C;C., A, M: Ritchie, K. of R. & S. A full business meeting of the Women's Auxiliary will bo hold In St. Augustiu's vestry on Friday afternoon at four o'clock. A full attendance is requested. Tho Misses Bruce will bo at hoiiio tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, and afterwards on tho fourth Thursday of each nionth. Tonight in Oliver's Hall, Miss Lena Duthie, Scotland's most famous and 'greatest singer. Jlrs. K. r>. .Johnston and fiunily, of Calgary, joined her husband, tho niunagcr of the Jfolson's Bonk hero, yeatorday. - Mr. and ^Irs. Johnston have talten up their residence on Red-path St., 1st east of Bartlctt. Seats now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic opera, "His Highness the Bey." Box office open from 10 a.m. 4o 10 p.m. Cin AND DISTRICT Tonight in Oliver's Hall, Miss Ltna Dtithie, Scotland's most famous and greatest sijtg'jr. Jlrs. E. J. Um and Mrs. E. B. tlill ivill not receive on Thursday, Nov. 20th. A post oillce is to be opened at Chinmey Hock, about 20 miles -.vest, of Claresholin. liemember tho leap year dance at the Bijou on Wednesday. 293-2 i Mrs. W. i\r. Burbor left yesterday j morning to join her luisbond in Pol- I sou, Montana, where ho has opened! the Lyceum tonight. CITY AND DISTRICT. Bijou Farewell Dance Wednesday Nov. 25th. 291-3 C. H. Clurk of the Blood Indian Agency, is in the city. Joe Petrunin whs nsse.ssnd a dollar and costs by the magistrate {"r enr-ryin}; overload of b-,07.e. J. H. Van Pelt of Canlston, the copper mining prospt-etor, wn.'i in tho city Inst night. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco Earthquake," at the Lyceum. Sam GrifHths, of Coutts, is in town completing the plans for the erection of his opera house on Bonipns St. Wui. H. Mclntyre, of Salt Lake, who owns the largo Mclntyre ranch, south of Magrath, was in the city laat night. Free letter carrier systems have been established at St. Thomas, Sar-nia. Port Arthur and Fort William, Ont., and Moneton, N. B. Tonight in Oliver's Hall, Miss Lena Duthie, Scotland's mos'' famous and greatest singer. The postoflice staff hus been increased. Miee W^illiamis has been added to the staff handling the general delivery of letters and W. Stewart has been added to the night staff. Tiiere were twenty-five out at the y. M. C. gymnasium class last night and there ]a not accommodation for many more. Three classes were going lit once and the boys are enthu.sins-tic over tho training that Instructor Maxwell is giving them. Charlie Bell, a live comedian, at Tlie Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Ltd. Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard �  North oi Track Ofice . � � . RedpailiSt.Wesl ui) a blacksmith shop. Percy .J. Asselin, of Calgary, trav-j oiling agent for tho C.P.R., was in ; tho city yesterday in connection with ' the Xiuas. and eastern excursions. I il. (J. Long, fornK^rly of I.othbridgo jhas lieon appointed manager of tho j Provincial government telephone ex-|rhnngo at Wetoskiwin. Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco Earthquake," at the Lyceum. Wallace Straiten, of Cardston, is i buying grain for McLennan Bros., grain dealers at (�ardston. Itnley and Spring Coulee. I Information lias reached Cardston i that New York parties are prepared jto put iii> 8100,000 to fiperate the I Van Pell mine. j Tonight in Oliver's Hall, Miss Lena I Duthie, Scotland's most famous and j greatest singer. I I'iiu'her CHy .Vew.s: Capt. Denny, wild lias t)Wi\ visiting here lor somo tiiiin pa.st, left for T.undlireck where ho has scoincil (he rliM-kship nt tho I \Vinfl for the same price-perliaps less-tliaii you will pay for a .shopworn article. .\ careful inspection of our stock will provi; our argument. NOBBV AND N EIW Ladies' and Gents' Slippers Fancy and Plain All Colors and Sizes THE FOOT TOGGERY CITY AND DISTRICT Angus L. Roy has gono to Groot Falls, Mont., to spend a fow days. There are Inlorostlng rumors ns to tho moihod -of his return. GllBou Hart of the Afclntyro ranch camo in. td the city lust night. Mr. Ilurt Is .sulTorihg froni a soyoro attack of rheumatism and .was removed today from tho Dallas to the rosidcnco of Mrs. Blue-tho Onlt hospital being full. A LOCAL BUDGET N. B. Gbod made a businosa trip to Tabor lod�y. Tho LuthbrUlgo Poultry Aflsoclattou hold a meeting last night but did not do any doflnitd businosa, : Tho date of tho-fair and tho (jcciding on a judge wero doforrod pending tho notion of other a.ssoclations. Tho annual meeting of tho association will bo heiply nt Herald Office. 203-G EDISON For inonoy invested there is nothing that will give greater interest in amusement and plfu-sure for the long winter - evenings. New Amberot 4 Min. Records and Edbon Machines. Prices: $16.50 to $175. Howard Case &Go. The SportlMj Hoods store rHoxoGMni TO THE PUBLIC We liave bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly