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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CATTLE lt in Connection WtW AND UP-TO-DATf The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When in IS THE DALLAS HOTEL 3! Skates The Store of Quality have a complete line FROM 50c TO Buy a I of double runner ft .___ on. ONLY 50 cents. The Hick Hardware Co.! SPECIALS FOR TODAY in fruits and vegetables: Oranges 35c, 40c, 50c doz. Bananas 40c doz. Grapes 2 Ibs. for 35c. Cranberriei, 15c. 2 1-2c. Beets, 2 1-2e tb. Turnlpt, 2c Ib. Cabbage, 2c Ib. Celery, special, .10c, GEO. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 2i. Prompt Delivery Specie! Prices in New Canned Goods, Jams, Jellies, etc. ee 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. 91 PROMPT DELIVERY CCO' RUBBERS OVERSHOES In every Style and Description for the Snow or Mud whichever comes; alto Heavy Gum Rubbers and City Boots NELSON GOW I m 11 HAY AND FEED FOR SALE Three Qualities of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw for Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts Ijl LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 ih P.O. UOX 670- PHONE 62 9 Office and Pocket Diaries For 1910 All Sizes and Pricea at J Whitney Block Aftnti for Underwood Type- writer Make No Mistake Bring your prescription direct to us to be filled. We have the ordinary common drugs and the rarest chemi- cals, the Snest Pharmaceuti- cals and everything else in the -way of medicine thai the most exacting physician could demand- Our prescription depart- ment is modem, clean, fully equipped and adequate and -our compounders are edacai- trained and with toag experience- SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the a Do- minion. statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on days. On Sundays and Public open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. to 5 p.m 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. V For otber urgent use Phone 49 or j Bell J, D. Kiqi BUILT MQ OlSPEISilfi CHEMISTS THE WEATHER. Edmoatoa, clear S Calgary, clear 24 Lethbridge, dear 3S Winnipeg, 2-4 -20 2 16 -14 Bulletin From Central Office In northern Alberta aad Saskatche- wan the has been fine and decidedly cold -which in other parts of the prairie provinces and in Manito- ba has been fair and more moderate but still cold. West fair today and Sunday. Sunday stationary or high- er temperature. Please trim carefully E.round border VOTING COUPON Void after December The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES FOR Address. iiik-d out and received at Contest Headquarter; before expiration of date above. j CITY AND DISTRICT i j Mrs. Mark White hold her an-! nual parlor sale of hand made fancy CITY AND DISTRICT Country Kid" to be given bv Mrs. R. A. Wright, of Lethbridge, the Caledonian Club at- the Caledon- corner aad ber sister, Mrs. Carruthers, of j ian Hall on Thursday and Friday er- -ses to be vortn going fine scenes have been all the talent is sure to rw. assistant Drincipii'ofE. C. Drake and Mrs. Ernie Patter-; win applatse. son.-3Iedicme Hat NCTTS, tomorrow evening I The Heating Stoves Are Going Fast But we have just received another car Why are our stoves such The quality and the price make them the best value in the city. Call and look them over. It will pay you. McKeown Hardware Go. X i "We Ship out of Town Daily." Ltd. Opening Announcement I the Magrath school, left last ior Ms home in Prince Edward Is- 1 At j land. He received xrord that I father was dangerously ill. Your !ast chance to see that good .'show of Ai's at the Eureks ton in hi- continued monthly praise services will be com-; menced, at which Miss Mattie Clarke will assist. These services will be j throughout the winter Victoria Mansions HTV LIU Miss Driscoll will conduce -hertiress months 011 the last Sunday evening 01; DINING ROOMS rnakins; and Ladies Tailoring Depart- the month. IT 1004 Redpath St. ment In the Begin Block (over 'the At a meeting of the _____ Imperial Bank) alter Dec. I. i Society heW last .night in the ball, i Everything first -The Fife aod Drum Band composed Glyn Street, Mr. J. B. Allen, wo j lor Indian boys from St. Paul's Mis- leaves shortly to take up a position jslon on the Blood Reserve axe to tie Architectural Dept. of the. Al-i a concert in St.' Augustin's Hall on berta Government at Edmonton, Trasj December 2. The boys are under the presented with a-gold watch as a to-: J direction o: Rev. G. E. Gale, and put ken of esteem and recognition of nisi up a very fine entertainment. services as a member of the executive j Messrs! Bcsworth and Abbott the Lethbridge Caledonian Society. at S p.m. at the Arcade tonight to the question of supremacy in MANY STOCK SHIPMENTS a meal ticket and try us. We know -vre can please you. Breakfast 7 to 9. Light Lunch 12 to 5. Dinner 6 to 7.30. SUNDAY S English Abbott having ac-, Slock shipments hare been i Thos. H. Wooliord of Cardston -was a visitor is. the city yesterday. Inspector West of the R. _ ____ _ ew days. Twen-j {posted his forfeit with F. W. Brown shipped last nigat, j j last night. Balcowski shipped fourteen car-j___ The funeral of tne late Thomas Me- loads of cattle frona Cardstoc to the j S to 10. Light Lunch -12 to 1.30. Dinner 5 to 5.30. J. V. LUTZ. Mgr. 4 4 u-as held vesterdar afternoon country j P Bums has shippeQ four cars 01 n( Adaison s undenatang pariors ehMn Tn Lethbridge -vas in Raymond yesterday. to the public cemetery. loCalga Rev. A. M. jTeaz market six cars of cattle f rom I Madam Marzella's 75 performing Gordon' conducted the funeral junciioc. rds of all descriptions at the the deceased are.liv-: :ka next Monday night. The great- ___ r rt act in vaudeville- Miss B. Hilligaa of Cardstoc is a E. PARSONS announces that he has opened his store in the North Ward with a complete line of Dry Goods and a small stock of Gent's Furnishings. Also will have a complete line of Shoes in a short while, and solicits a fair share of your business. E. PARSONS visitor to the city today. Messrs. C. J. and G. E. o are in the city today. i ing in Ireland. Word -eras received: POLICE COURT resterday to inter the remains here- garablers appeared in Ail hoae of recovering the oodies oi'ttm this morning to bench that were brougnt .-Tom Owen and John True, recently 'fines of.Sfteea and ten drowned in Ross have been gi-'iars and costs -arere imposed by m L. Cnrrie of the u? fcr this lake Meat JIarket shiiiDcd sLx carloads of Wltis fe usuries tne searcn trill oe rene-sreo. nnme beei east tois veek. as vraagistrate. i The Lessai-d case is still being: con-. linuec at iue magistrate's office. _The; rcsecutlon has not yet concluded its o We have all kinds and sizes from 60c, efi line of f_ Wstch for the big at the lile jnaian witness Rider, i Prescription Specialists JL-1. BPUI, IEIH8BB5 Round Si, special train -with about rwo hun -rn 'Mr.'Roach of the Union Bask of asd passengers aboard left. CHURCH SERVICES to for Raymond last nigbt Rev. H. H. B. A.. 3. D.. of: o the B of R T. held a saciuri- '.Granasi will preach in West-mister: 9 i I Calgary, has been transie: ling as manager of that branch. While leading a young colt hy the.Cen -halter. E. T. Sauncers, of Fairvie-sr Ranch, had the misloriune to have !Ms jerked oat of join: on Dancing indulged Visitors were there irom touiorrow' in. connecuon till the ear- tonc-rrow everilag's service. Presbyterian CfaurcU services iba.1 Town to ihe church here. Get ycur tickets reserved for Zszs I 5on Vsrns FeStcn sup- .ported by the Alltrt Stock Co. at. j the Lvceum. 29r-2; BUY _______ ROGERS- i: _. v j Make Your choice Early LUMBER f Quality Prices Right l-f I! Rogers-Cunningham: Lumber Company Ld VTe are displayiag some "very pretty Calendars and Motto Cards tha: are attracting a good deal of atteirdoc. These are iinported goods from Ecsland and the price js very low. North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 j Block! AND DRUOGIST J A Great Grate In A Famous" Heater. McClAry's Belle Oak Heaters have Du- plex Grates inside a very heavy lar grate. Let us show you this Heater and explain the grate Sem'ces in Knos Church will be 1 I conducted as usual. The minister j pi I frill creach morning and evening, j rvi Special music has been arranged for; evening1 service. The Men's ble Class win be held iamedlately j ialter the morning service. Rev. T. P. Perry has chosen as his subjects for tomorrow's services at j j Wesley Church. "Your Reasonable j I Service" for the morning and "The j i Christ" in the evening- j Rev, Win. Reid is spending o nd at InnisfaiL His pulpit 1 i here will be supplied tomorrow by j sRev. A. J. Prossen. B.A., Scotia. W The Dunn Tubular Skate per pair Hayr Ores, P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 '0 BAY COMPANY McPhsrson's "Lightning Hitch" hockey shoes for men per pair. Boys' hockey shoes, from per pair. Ladies' hockey shces from per pair. Fslt Shoes, Overshoes. Rubber and City Boots of every description. A full range of seasonable wear. 'S BAY COMPANY ]Y. M. C. FORMED IN NORTH WARD j i At the meetis? held at "Westminster i Church for the porpose a Young Men's' dKb was organized- The following officers vere elected: i These officers wiia Rev. Mr. i Marcus Dunsworta and Carl Hudson, j: formed the Executive Committee. j; i Tbs first regular club meeting willj: tbe held after the League Parquharson Boisjoli Contractors for Cedar Fence Potts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine it T. J. Johnston c. t lJ.-J... Stafford Agnew Co. 'If aSS or (season's -work -will be then formed.{ strangers are cordially invited the club meetings. j The Young Men of Westminster! Church Epworth League got busy last j Eight and papered the interior of the! after the young ladies! a sapper. Everyone bad qr of rojx and the evening iras thor- oughly enjcyed. P.O. Box 304 Fernie, B.C. ;