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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JOir fWNTHO if ' will Willi.__: �:--^ir- "-^.'^ t.......,.....__, ^ Hie e Dai THE PLACE TO STAY iniM IR UtkMdii li till W^^^ -HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range The Hick Hardware Co. P.a Box 670 SOLB AGENTS  Phone 62 ThcSlORufOnlity New Limburger Cheese Roquefart Cream Edam-Dutch " PHONE 21 G. IIMIffi^^ & CO. ti KMII niKi I ..Haiti iRon, our �l�v�r IIHU teu-br*tt�, will appMr in n�w enga and coitumas tonight at tha Lycaum. 89C The We do not hand yon a few booka to aeleot from. OUR STOCK ia LARGE and containt all the POPU-^ LAR and SPECIAL EDITIONS. Call and make your Belecrions early as there are some booka that . will be picked ap first. lOIUTSOii'S mi STORE m Mr lot If Uilfli Ink Phana ttl Aganta for Undarwoorf � Typawritara. ScidiLadyli^xC CHOGtUTES and you will please her. certainly Careful ThinKing | People Always bring their physicians' prescriptions to us to be filled. We assume absolute satisfaction. I libsrti Drug and Book Co. Preaoription SpecialieU 1.1. IIPIET, MSP. IHHIIIISE We have jutt receired oar fresh XMAS supply. We carry LOWNEYS GANONG'S PETER'S WEBB'S FRY'S J.D.IiglRlNitliiBiftGo.Lti. Fually and Dlspvosliif Chemut* TetaphoDc 4* Reiidcnt NIcht Clerk THE WEATHER. Lethbridge. fair .... .. 39 .18 Port Arthur, cloudy .. 08 43 � F.orec^Bt.-ClciucSy, and moderately coUi. with local anpw flurries. .. TheM Story ftUALfTY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Hoyen-Cunningliain lunter Co. [\i Phones 23 and 128 Nu Uti . � Nfitb al Track QfM,  .  Rc^StWcd on AND DISTRICT Charlie Bell, tha raal live black fa^e comadlan, in new sengc at the Lyceum tonight. H. J. H. Skcith ha-s returned fromi a trip to Calgary. This ia Thanksgiving Day in the United States. How about thoee Xmas photo*. We reopen on Friday.-Handford. ChA,s. F. Mobcrly, U. S. Cuatonw ofllcor at Sweet Grass, Mont., was in the city last night, Jaa. Moggy of Victoria, B.C.. i.s in the city looking: around with the idua j c{ locating here. Two mere days ?or tf^o public to hav� fi'chance fo purchaee the fiitest i mualcti inttrumant ^in Waatern ?�..-; � sija. Apply to Q. A. ?tsv*ii�, Bif.!.,. l-jall. 2�4 3 Mrs. C. F. Harris, Mrs.^N^ Ren.-, wick, and Miss Atkins of Macleod. arc spending the day in the city. How about thoae Xmaa phetoa. We reopen on Friday.-Handford, A Valuable horse pa.ssed through thin morning for the Knight Sugar Co. It was brought from Vark Hill, Ont. The annual sale of cooking and fancy work will be held in the basement of the Methodist Church on Tueeday, Dec. I, commencing at 3 o'clock. S. C. Burrett of Eckmon, and Geo. \V. Whitting of Omcmoo, N.B., (irri'ied this morning with oars of settlers' effects. The Woman's Home Miasionary Society will hold Its regular monthly meeting on Friday afternoon at 4.30 Mrs. W. G. Fortune will addreee the meeting and a full attendance Is quettted. A tOCAL BUDGET A .surprlaa in store for you in tha "City of Yaatarday," at the Lyceu-n tonls'nt. \r. J. IIyc5.� of the Bank of Montreal Mtofl, Mbgrath, is spending a few d*j*8 in the city. Mr. Hj'de was formerly o;i the bank staff in this city. tl. Bawdcu-of Kington, Ont., son of Gw. Bawdc-n, who arrived hero a few rf^ai'S iigo, came to the city laat night and will locate hero with hia fathor. A surprise in store for you in th� "City of Yesterday" at the Lyceum tonight. The Canadian Order of Forestari will hold their regular monthly meeting in the K. x'. Hall tonight (Thurs day) and expect to get through considerable importan.t business and also initiate a new member. The Woman's Home Miasionary Society will hold it* regular monthly mcating on Friday afttrnepn at 4.10 Mh*. W. G. Fortune will addrea* tha ifieatirig and a full attendance is re. quested. Profatsor Armand givea you . aem*' thing new in the "City of Yesterday" tonight at the Lyceum. It takes more than a little smoke to put Bochon out ol business. Tha new charger tor the Galloping Major will arrl/e at the Lyceum tonight at 7.46. Mr. a:nd Mrs. C, W. Price and child of Gold Butie, Mont., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Miebacb. A number of boys are endeavoring to carry on a fyfjlfcai of sneak thieving in the stores. The boys should take warning and stop such practices ; as some one y^iM I v made an exoin pie of. Professor Art'�Ane^ give* you something new in the "City of Yesterday' tonight at the Lycjiim. G. A. Svovcnt, who has cond'ucted tho Bijou theatre here 'or ovs^r a year j is leaving on aatu^d^;� for .Degina, whfero ho has purchased the Bijou t.heatro in that city. Mr. St�v�ns, Imos Wts residencji here has proved himself .a good citizen. He conducted a high class theatre and always treated tho public right. Last night the last of the dancee which have been a feature of the Bijou, was held and at its close several speeches .were made eulogizing Mr. Stevens, mention being made that tha dances had been conducted regularly for sixteen months and during all that time not the least irictiou had occurred. I ActnaUy Pays for Itself in Cold Cash V> ;IN SiXviNG at least 25 per cent, of tlie fuel bills IN REDUCING the time usually spent in the kitchen by one-qnarter .IN ELIMINATING the (|istii.stehil dvudgeiy nocossury to:.keep the common range in presentable condition Ul f Ul If Canada Ranges were made like other r wbSj ranges it would be ridiculous to claim a one-fourth fuel saving. But they are not. Even the aatiicrial is entirely different. Canada ranges are made of malleable iron and riveted together insteadof being joined by bolts and seams filled in with stove putty. The Canada gives year in aad year out good economical service that cannot be expected of a common, leaky steel range. TnHillC Much of the time spent in kitchen work is 1 llUEi absolutely waated- waiting for the top to become hot in the morning, or the oven to come tpjbaking heat. The Canada air-tight malleable con-stmotio^.saves this time. A piping hot fire in five minutes after opening the drafts is the regular time. LABOll-The Canada i.s easily cleaned. The nickle-M'ork ahd ornamentation is specially adapted for easy cleaning. All corners are rounded. No bolt head.* or nuts on the face of the doors or medalions. ii McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. PHONE 302 WANTED, to locate, Oliver Smitu; medium height, fair complexion, wcipfht about IM pounds, ogo 23; came out to work on railroad at Calgary. AddreHS Mr.s. Alice Walker, 4 St. Saw-U>.lle, Los AngeleH, Cal. 294-6 Seats now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic opera, "Hie Highness the Bey.".. Box office open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. ^%m^ of a Sourdough IN -3 BINDINC4S CLOTH CLOTH. ILLUSTRATED LEATHER $1.00 11.90 U.0O tsssai J. J. JOHNSTON P��eriptio.. Pr�,.i.t QUAL.ITV QUARTCNltt J The Wheel of Fortune THE FIRST DOLLAR SAVED it the NUCLEUS OF SUCCESS SEE THE Wheel of SKirts ....AT THE.... J. BROWN CO. LTO. These Skirts have all been marked down this week, and by securing one of this lot of finely finished garments money will be saved. A few quotations: Panama Skirts, acGordeon pleated, $?.00 now JS.8S 8.65 � � � � Tartan - - /.25 " 5.30 Tweed Skirts at - - $2.SS, �.5!i and $6.80 lidlN' Cuts, iiviilblt checks iRd self colors, vsry stylish SPECIAL-'Meii'a Regatta ShirU, for-merly sold from $L2S to $1.65, now  ^'C GROCERY DEPARTMENT Just Received-Smoked Kippers, Finnan Haddies and Oysters J. BROWN CO. LTD. n-- Fancy and Plain AH Coiora and Sizes THE FOOT TOGGERY CITY AND DISTRICT- Don't lorget the Woman's Auxiliary meeting tomori-ow aftornoon ot lolir o'clock sharp; in St. Augustine's vestry. A lot� uf important busino^s is on hand. Jim Jack, the ontorpriaing Ohina-nmn who has been running the Von-coavor HestaUrant in tho CoaUlalo blocli has purchased property on Ford' St.. opposite tho Palace Livery Stables, lie will rcinoiiel tho house anil open up a store, carrying a stock of Chinese goods. Ho will still keep tho restaurant. 1 Soaked yesterday, drying today, wi'l resume business tomorrow.-Handford. 0. U. Corlson, of Minneopolis, nmn ager of the company that bought out the Enterprise TjUmbor Co. has rent cd j\Ir. Hylftiids' new cottage on Courthmd St. ami expects to move his family here about the first ot tho year. BRYAN BLOCK UniSer Distingiisiid Patroaage High Class Vocal & Instrumental Recital BY THE HAYDN CONCERT PARH Tuesday Next, Dec. 1 In Wesley Church ARTISTES Soprano -  - Miss Ursula Archer Pupil of Wm. Shakespeare Contralto  -  MissCissie Simm' Of the London & Liverpool Concerts Baritone - - ^ Mr. Andrew Tilley Of the Toronto Concerts Solo Violin - Mr. Ernest F. Layton Pupil of P. Blachford Esq. Solo Pianoforte and Accompanists Miss Jessie Anderson Mr. Albert Ely Plan atHiginbotbam's Drug Store Prices of Admission 50c and 75c We CITY AND DISTRICT How about those Xmas photos, reopen on Friday,--Handford. There will bo a ratopayors' meeting in the Lnlior Toniplo on Saturday evening at 8.8Q o'clock. Intending candidates for municipal, lionors are cx-pecte