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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Sample Rooms in Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE V TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY i When !n Lfcthbridgt J IS THE DALLAS HOTEL 4 i i 5 Skates We have a complete line FROM 50c TO Buy a pair of double runner skates for the children to learn on. ONLY 50 cents. P.O. BOX 670- PHONE 62 I I i it I I I 1 1 I I The Store of Quality I 35 I c> i I HOUSEKEEPERS: During the past few weeks we have been so busy ar- ranging and unpacking new- stock that we have been un- able to tell you much of our store news. However, we in- tend to tell you something interesting in this space daily and you will be well repaid if you cultivate the habit of reading what we have to say. You can't provide good meals if you do not have the best materials. Get the best.' We have it. Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 21. Prompt Delivery Specie! Prices in New-Canned Goods, Jams; Jellies, etc. (See Yesterday's Herald for Prices.) FRESH HOT HOUSE LETTUCE AND B. C. CELERY ARRIVING DAILY .KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR ADS. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY. THE GOOD CO. 1 5i PROMPT DELIVERY HAY AND FEED FOR SALE Three Qualities of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw for Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 5591368 SKATES! We have all kinds and sizes from 60c. fc CITY AND DISTRICT Wolsey of.Cardston is a visit- or in the city todaj. M. C. McLean of Macleod is visit- ing in the city this morning. James FIsk' of Lethbridge purchas- ed three quarters and C. R. Daniels six quarters of land at the Peigan Sale yesterday.. GERHARD! RECITAL TONIGHT. The new Anglican church at Strath' more was consecrated by Bishop Pink- ham, of .Calgary last Sunday. The child whose funeral was report- ed yesterday was the daughter of Joseph Frederick Beard, not John Baird as mentioned.- The Bentley Company have added another delivery rig to their equip- T ment and are better prepared than Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does i: and builds up the system at the same time so as to resist another attack. For sale-at i i RUBBERS OVERSHOES I In every Style and Description for the Snow or (Vliirl slan M Mud whichever comes; also Heavy Gum Rubbers and City Boots NELSON GOW J f Heating Stoves Are Going Fast But we have just received another car Why are our stoves such favorites The quality and the price make them the best value in the city. Call and look them over. It will pay you. McKeown Hardware Co. "We Ship but of Town Daily." Ltd. aooco: i i W 7X The Dunn Tubular Skate per pair Telephone 49. NigK ever to give prompt service. notice. Manager .st! Morris'will cive a" prize of to child bringing1 the largest potato JjSJto the Matinee Saturday at 3 p.m. Po- T will, go to hospital. jT Rev. Mr. Rannie who was .supply- ing the Presbyterian pulpits' oi'Glei- chen .and Strathmqre dcrihg. the., past summer has been called to. take full DfUg StOfC 2 NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist Optician .Phone 445 Night Bell P.O. Box 27 Phone THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear Calgary, cloudy Lethbridge, cloudy Medicine Kat, cloudy Regina, cloudy Yvlnnipeg, .clear Sir (.charge of 'that work, jjxj.. The Turpin Furniture Co. have just completed, a.two storey hrick ware- ?is; house on their G-lyn St. property for H! j beds ana mattresses. This will make for economy in 'handling their im- stock of bedding. GERHARD! RECITAL TONIGHT j Tai G'hpns and Co. mar.ufacturere land dealers in Japanese and Chinese 0 silks of Vancouver, have opened a .4 -6'branch in-the Sherlock Block, in this 10 10 19 32 They havtva complete stock of make ladies gar- I A charming Christmas gift for a lady is a dainty Leather Hand Bag, Purse, or other' useful article, of which we have a large stock. who has the least taste for style will be glad of a gift in leather. To stimulate early Xmas buying we will put away for you any article you desire on a payment of 25 per cent down. HlbertaDroganifBookCo, Prescription Specialists I. im, Ugf. lETBBIIIIEF GEO. N. McLEAN General Cartage kinds of teaming done satisfactorilj. Coal deliYcred C. 0. D. Glyn St Phone '31 BUY ROGERS- CUNNINGHAM LUMBER Quality Right Prices Right gers-Cunningham t J. Manwaring- ana his bride ar- rived in the city last night. Chas. Clark, editor Of. the High River Times is in the city today. This is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. Mrs. Arthur 'Hayr -will receive for the first time since her -.marriage to- morrow, .Friday afternoon and even- ing, Victoria Mansions. J. W. Irwin, of Calgary has come to: the city to assume the manager- ship of the Stacey Lumber Co.'s local yard. t GERHARD! RECITAL TONIGHT. Miss Jean McKillop was operated on yesterday for appendicitis. Miss Helen McKillop is also I'll with .the same disease. W.P-iT. Alexander of The Peopled Drug Store, North Ward, has been appointed issuer of marriage licenses. This will'be another great convenience for the people of North Lethbridge, The death occurred yesterday of Lewis Tozer in this city. The body is being held at Addison's Undertak- ing Parlors awaiting instructions from relatives in Fernie. Mrs. Lesowski, of Bow Island, who was the victim of the dynamite ex- plosion is progressing as well as could be expected. She is at Miss Dainty's hospital. today elic- ited the information that she Is rest- jing easier but is still in a very ser- j ious condition. j A big show for little money at the Eureka. 3 big acts. Prices 15c, 25c and 35c. -13 "fancy goods and ments to .order. .4! Thomas McKale died in this city Bulletin From Central Office The deceased, was twenty- j five vears ot age. Funeral announce- A very cold wave has entered Tt.jH be raade later. herta and Saskatchewan and is pass-j The Gherardi Recital, tonight 'in ing eastward. Temperatures Church promises to be one dropped considerably. and Saskatche-" of the best musical concerts ever given in Lethbridge. Signer Gherar- di is a tenor -of European and A'mer- cold jean Fame and is heard in wan, fine and -decidedly and on Friday. ,j places the size of Lethbridge. On Alberta, fine and decidedly cold, :the Programme tonight he has such light local snows on Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. D. I. Gue, who has been several months assistant at G. as "Comfort Ye" from'the Messiah. "Narration of the r... "Farewell' to "Greeting of the "Du Bist die Ruhr by Schu- and others of and i Madame Saunier is a pianlste Elliott's jewelry store, has accepted ajof., a great, deal more: than .ordinary position with R. A. Wright of Leth-Jability, while Monsieur Darimond is j bridge, for which" city lie will leave one of the popular 'violinists of France Jin a Hat.Times. 'and who has won an enviable repu- Jack Nicholl, of Taber, is a visitor jtation in other countries. Wherever in town- today. artists .have been they have GERHARDI RECITAL TONIGHT the highest econiums and The death yesterday- 'of turn out in ful1 William Thompson, a youns: man of'' L u 1 Hustle Matinee twenty-two years of age, emploved I- Matinee uc uwrn i in this a. 3t the Eureka- Pr'ce uncureable maniac for a long time. Wesley Church .parsonage was the scene quiet Tuesday afternoon. weddings -on Marcel Joseph Dien of Bow Jslanfl and Mane Antoinette Wiart. of Ma- grath, vrcre the Rev. T. attended, wi FUNERAL OF MRS. FRANK MCMULLEN The funeral of Mrs. Frank McMul- len took place yesterday to the old public -cemetery, Rev. T. P. Perry, pastor of Wesley Church, officiating. The pall bearers were J. J. Davies, Alex. Niven. Dr. D. Robson-and Claude McMullen., The.-deceased'was ,a very liighly esteemed young lady. She had been husband and a little 'girl three years old to mourn her departure. Last April Jlr. and Mrs. McMullen .moved to Calgary- That the deceased was highly es- teemed and .had many .friends was 'j OLE -1JS7LNG- The Famous Cadillac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, DisL Agent Phone 274 .P.O. tfetyour Orders in Early. united in rnarriase bv beautifully shown in the numerous '.Perry. They mi- irloral at the funeral yester- farm er a__short distance west', of the city 'Spray. Mr. and, Mrs. Shaw. .Wreath For a first-class ioh.in DYEIJSTG- Latlies1 or. Gears' Clothes call'at. HE CITY. -DYE 'WORKS Phone y5S to Miss Mary E. Stead of the locality. They were attended Editij Firth and Miss Wilkin- T- P- Perry ..officiated. club. Mrs. J. R. McMulIeii, Win- Lethbridge lacrosse j Cross, F. McMailen and daugh- j Wanted at __________.__ ter. and Mrs. Cuiberison. j. The, marriage of J..H.. McDonrM Of Claude McMullen. Heart, the Lethbridge Electric :Marles and Mr. Harris. Calgary. Ssrav! Boidei'son. 1-405 Smith St., FURS YOUNG thai officiatin g, T. Niven, Mrs. Morris t-nd Mrs. i [Playle. ACT OF CRAZY MAN New York, Nov. Miss Ellen Sullivan, employed a man of j McCAREY AFTER BIG FIGHT St- f rj3' murder trial LESSARO ON TRIAL The case of Arthur Lessard, accus- ed of selling liquor to Indians in con- nection with the recent LittlesMelds S 4-Ti 4- J_ CLi" tnat he acted strangely, but .rived last night eriroute to New York she did not know that he was a ma-! wiiere he-.will bid for the Jefferies- niac. He had icen." at work only a [.Johnson figlit. If he Is successful lie few hours mons appears for the prosecution and C. F. Harris tor the defence. The I1; track near Los Angeles. He said he her a., leaking, water P1pe, he. j would bid as high as any other pro- lured her into the basement an-d-there {.motor for the fight. attacked her with an iron bar inflict-j' ing serious injuries from which he's- i pAILWAYS OWN pital surgeons believe she will prob- j from Lessard.i The-case was adjourn ed at noon till tomorrow morning. ably die. WATERWAYS FRONTAGE WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Nov. MARKETS being- On escaping from the -house the man m several blocks, before, being cap- tured. Now he is in Hindrance-'to Development of United Thanksgiving Day In the United Stat- States Waterways Washington. Nov. question i pital where it is said he -has been an was a Scotchman by birth and a member of the stonecutters union. The funeral will be held tomorrow! afternoon at half past two from Ad- dison's undertaking parlors to .the Write your name on a card and tie to the potato. CARD OF THANKS Mr. Frank McMullen wishes to ex- Ladies! North Yard, Phone 23 Eatt Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acad'n Block use of rub- her gloves is be- coming more pop- ular at this season every year in doing ordinary (household work We have them at moderate prices. J- J- Johnston t CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST McClary's Famous Belle Oak Heater Is The Best Soft Coal Stove on the v Market Let us explain the new anti- clinker grate built to burn soft coal Stafford Agnew Co. sad bereavement. public cemetery. Rev. A. M. Gor- many- friends of his late wife and don will conduct the ceremony. All himself who were so kind and sym- members of the Stone Cutters Union j pathetic during her illness and "his are requested to attend the funeral. Don't fail to see Valdare and Varno' in their sensation trick comedy bi- cycle act, also Florine the spectacular dancer at the Eureka. MARRIED IN PARLOR CAR Macon, Mp.; Nov. the nov- elty of the ceremony, Virgil Nash, of Triplet, and Miss Brekner, of South Bend, Ind., were married in a chair of a passenger train at the railroad station here yesterday. The passengers were perplexed for a few minutes but soon they. entered into the spirit of the occasion and gave the young couple cheers and wishes. good LABOR LEADERS TALK ON COMPENSATION New York, Nov. G-om- pcrs, president, Of the American Fed- eration of Labor and Gill, M, JP., and a prominent English labor leader, are among these who have ex- pressed ,their views on employers lia- bility laws to the New York execu- tive committee investigating the matter. President Gompcrs said that he believes' that if laws were passed which requires employers to compensate employees injured, acci- dents would tc greatly diminished. LORD CURZON WAS TOO ILL TO SPEAK London, Nov.- Lord Curzon, Conservative, who it was announced last night would reopen the debate on of. 'terminals in connection with the 'great waterways of the country will be discussed soon in a report to be issued by the bureau of corporations. Though the nature of the report has been kept secret, It is understood that It: will state that despite millions that might be spent in improving the channels of the Mississippi river and its tributaries, water fronts of cities to be benefitted are owned by rail- the debate the liL competitors for' .ater sits! nf T .___j_ A_ j__ House of Lords met today, -was tak- en ill during the night. His iridispo- sition is not of a serious character, but is sufficient to necessitate a change in the speaking programme. OFF FOR NICARAGUA Philadelphia, Nov. With its hold stored with provisions .-And. am- munition, the U. S. cruiser Prairie, at the Philadelphia navy yard, rea- dy to sail for Panama or Nicaragua. Four hundred marines who are to be carried by the cruiser to waters, are awaiting the signal to start. American markets were clos- ed and no cables were received to- day. Winnipeg market opened higher on good export demand and held "steadj all through the session and closing- stroiig at the top. Oats were, also- stronger today and closed from 1-4 to 1-2 higher than yesterday. opened lOOr December 95 7-8; May 99 1-2. 100 1-8: December 96 1-4; May 99 3-4. closed 33 SUBSTITUTE ZEBU MEAT FOR BEEF In Markets: of From Madagascar Paris, Nov. colonial auth- orities have inaugurated a serious attempt to Introduce ;in "the French market the Zebus of Madagascar as a substitute for beef. The first batch of a dozen carcasses delivered in the Paris stalls brought the prices of the HEAR Signer... Gherardi Assisted by MADAME SAUNIER PIANO and MONSIEUR DARIMOND VIOLIN TO-NKHTat -w v highest grades of cattle. Large-'ship- He-.said; that in a museum m Munich now on the way here. M. I he had seen a great variety of safety j Carrbugeau. the manager of the gov- "which- he' believed would "be j ernmenr stud in Madagascar, is, en- adopted by employers .if the law re- over the quired it. Mr. Gill who gave his views at length, was instrumental in r. cold 'becomes settled in the J v. u VI i AW, YAAIU remedy to nso Is Cliamberlain's Cough; had the passage of the. Jaw, j Remedy. It will cure quicker than' but that the law was now popular.! any other, and also leaves the system ____'i.-. m a natural and healthy condition.' and the principle was approved both live out ot town, employees and thc employers. V 11 J J. all Please trim carefully around border VOTING COUPON Void after December 4, WOO The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST VOTES Address. When filled out and received at Contest Headquarters before expiration of date above. ;