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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Samp Rooms in Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE V The Lethbridge Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When in Lethbridge IS THE DALLAS HOTEL I 1 i HOUSEKEEPERS: During the past few weeks we have been so busy ar- a complete line I 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 FROM 50c TO (See Yesterday's Herald for Prices.) FRESH HOUSE LETTUCE AND B. C. CELERY ARRIVING DAILY KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR ADS. YOU CAN SAVE MONEY. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS TS 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. NELSON GOW g Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables for Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 I S 21 Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, clear Lethbridge, clear Medicine Hat, clear 6 Winnipeg, cloudy .01 2-1 10 Bulletin From Central Office Snow has fallen in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The weather has turned milder la Eastern Manitoba, but has been quite cold farther- west-. All west, a few lisht lo- cal snowfalls or flurries, but nosily fair and cold today and on SatuuUy. Please trim carefully nround border VOTING COUPON Void after December _, 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES FOR Address. When filled out and received at Contest Headquarters before expiration of date above. l I I I i The Heating Sto Are Going Fast But we have just received another car I i CITY AND DISTRICT Miss Bremner of Macleod was a vi- sitor in the city yesterday. Mr and Mrs. Robt. Patterson of; day. MJ. J-nu u-i. is po- r--i.'j -c-icitm-s in the crtV. i nrt CITY AND DISTRICT H. A- Driggs and J. S.. Lawrence !of Grassy Lake are in the city to- Macleod, are visitors in the city. the Eureka. H.J. Quinn secretary of the Mils for the potato. River Board of Trade is in the city. to the hospital. The 1910 output of-the McLaughlin Watch Saturday's Herald for the biggest attraction in. vaudeville at motor Caving been prac- the Eureka next week. ''.jtically contracted for, Mr. Mr. W. Ashman, chief of the local Rral aeent of the company has been C.P-R. intelligence force for some j time left Friday afternoon for Letb- j bridge, Alta.; where he has secured a Sound Times. carloaa to arrive raw Philip E. Stein, plumber, who has This protects the Lethbridge been associated with a number of the j digtrict for. the next, season with'the leading firms of the city for the past McLaughlin Buick motorcars, three years has -decided to start in take your business en his own account and will j name on a card and tie It to the po- 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. McKcown Hardware Co. "We Ship out of Town Daily." Ltd. Q[ the compjlny has Lcthbridge this allotting the agents Hyde Saundcrs, twen- of di5erent modcls> carload early in matm- city market. Mr. Stein, who known in various circles of the city, make a specialty of cover ing'for CITY AND DISTRICT The ladies of St. Patrick's Church will hold a social in the Caledonian Hall on December 6, in aid of the cmiTCh building fund. Change of pictures tonight at the Eureka. A musical treat "is in store for those who attend the concert in "VJest minster Church on Monday evening next. The concert party, who have just completed a successful tour through British Columbia, are to be the artists, viz., Miss Clarke, .sopra- no. Miss Cissie. Simm, contralto; Mr. G. E. Fleming, baritone; Mr. ;E. F. Layton, violinist; and Miss Anderson pianist and accompanist. Big Candy Matmes at the Lyceum tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. Every (child purchasing a ticket will receive a bag of candy. CITY AND DISTR1CT_ Weekly dance tonight at the K. P. Hall. Dancins from 9 o'clock. Jas. Peat, jr., has returned to the city from Yorkton, Sask. Get your tickets reserved for Zaza on Verna Felton sup- ported by the the Lyceum. i 29 Miss Tilney' is offering her entire stock of nobby trimmed and un- trimmed hats for retail price commeacing Nov. 27 u continuing for ten days. _ James Peat, of Petrolia, Ont.. the head of the firm of Jas. Peat Sons who drilled the gas-well in the city, is in the city. W A Taylor, of Spencer, Phelp Taylor, and A. P. Day, of Cresswell Cattle Co., two of the largest cattle heating plants in addition to the reg- A ular plumbing an-d heating business. T Coming from New York, Mr. well informed on all up-to-date ideas j J of the line. i. Entire change of program at the Lyceum tonight. New pictures be- tween the acts. Price 25c, 35c JSOc 75c. You will enjoy it. A very neat map showing the pro- posed layout of the Park Property, has been prepared by the City En- gineer. This map shows the lake as it can be made by feeding it from the water available from the Irrigation Company. It will be gratifying to know that a lake nearly three-quar- ters of a mile long can be available for bathing, boating, etc. This fea- ture- when developed, will be worth a great deal to the city. The plan has been placed in Skeith and Til- ley's window where it can be seen by anyone interested. Coonville Cadets" will soend their "Childhood Day" ''On a Vaca- It's Quality, Not Printer's Ink, that Makes J. J Advertising A. ;ri Alberta, wore in the I city Ition" at the Lyceum Theatre tonight i Matinee Saturday IQc and 25c, GEO. N. MCLEAN ua to every child vis- 'iting the Lyceum tomorrow afternoon. i E. Parsons will open his dry goods i store on Westminster Road in ihe MI i North Ward tomorrow. He has a Genera] Cartage Agent-All kmaa assortment of dry goods and of teaming done satisfactorily. Goal Qf furnish. C. 0. D. Glyn St ines and boots and shoes tomorrow. 131 "The Yama Yarna Man" will "Whis- BUY ROGERS- CUNNINGHAMiJ LUMBER Quality Right Prices Right tie it" and .'That's Gratitude" so come "On a Vacation" with the "Yankee Doodle Girl" to the Lyceum Theatre tonight. Matinee .Saturday, 10c and ,25c. BUILDING PERMITS Joe Fonsc has taken out a permit this tnornins for the erection of two-storey, store and office building on Baroness street between Smith and Wood streets at a cost of Francis Boisert is erecting a dwelMng on Toack street at a cost of Rogers-Cunningham Lumber CompanyId 'i North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acad'ni Block use of rub- ber gloves is be- coming more pop- ular at this season every year in doing ordinary household work We have them at moderate J. J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST A Great Grate In A "Famous" Heater. McClary's Belle Oak have Du- plex Grates inside a very heavy circu- lar grate. Let us show you this heater and explain the grate. Stafford Agnew Co. Hf yov Hve out of town, rs." may make the first sale. SATISFACTION makes the customer come for more. It is what you put in- to men's work, knowledge of style what you say about it, that makes the worth. 'Test it today in our o-ood suits and that just about hit the preference ,qf most men, and then go to see the way other clothing, built'at "the You'll 'Come Back Overcoats, same way. Pr. from Men's trousers at to Specially purchased or they could not be sold at price we ask. They are made of strong, dur- able tweeds and worsteds. Furs! Furs! Furs! Men's Fur Lined Overcoats. Prices to Men's Coon Coats. Special Men's Black Bear Coats Underwear r-iKVvc.fl price .................................-..........75C All wool fleece lined underwear....................5Gc Natural wool xinderweo.r, medium weight. Price All wool black cashmere hose. 5 pairs Flannel shirts. lounge collars to match, 20 dozen to choose from." to Neg-legie shirts, all the latest patterns. Price .'....75C Xeglegie coat shirts, TV. G. B. Prices to A O C Men Can Choose Al b3C New neckwear These are four-in-hund 2 1-4 inches wide, silk ties, fancy and plain shades. Price 25C Pirn's Irish Poplin Underwear Imported direct Prices Dublin. 25 dozen just opened today. to Novelty Silk Handkerchiefs iristmas Gifts from Japan. Prices 35c to 75c I i T f T McGUIR Only EXCLUSIVE Clothiers in ;