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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Will ti UttMiii fii tki HUM NOn SIS 11 111 HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. Box 670 SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 TheSloteorQvalily I Ngw Arrivals Limburger Cheese Roquefort Cream Edam-Dutch PHONE 21 umm &C0. liccnson U lEUtl IFUIEI Clearing Sale Of Imfcial Tablets Regular .35c Linen Finish Tablets for 25c A Few Papeteries, regular 35c. yours for 25c Five Quires Paper and 5 pkga. Envelopes, your choice for $1 and $1 50 a lot Come Early ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Union Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. t Careful TKinKing | People Always bring their physici- | ans' presci'iptions to us to be filled. We assure absolute satisfaction. Alberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I B. RIPUY, Mgr. LEIHBIIIDGE ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century. Please keej) the law- a Do-uiiuion statute ~ and have consideration for our em-. ployees by making your ordinRry purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 10.30 to 11 a.m. " 12.30 to 1 p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 8,30 to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone or Night Bell J. D. Hpbotliain&Co.Ltil. FIMIIY tllD DISPEMSING CHEMISTS THE WEATHER. IMmoiiton, fair ............... 312 28 Cftlgnry, clcnr.................. 4-t 23 IxithbridKc clear............... 46 27 Medicine Hat. a6nr ............ 42 18 WiunippK, cloudy ............... 32 22 llHllctin From Central Office yinc weatlier hn.s bceii geiicrnl oil over the prairie provinces and teiii-poriiturcs Imvc risen sonwwUat,' 40 dCKroos and over have Viecn recorded in Alberta. l-'orcciist-Fair " today and Sunday iioi much change in tcmperaftiro. IXM AS GOODS ARRIVING : EVERYDAY ICE CREAM All the Time LIOHT :: LUNCHES I ROGHDN'S KINDY KITCHEN CITY AND DISTRICT The WliDle Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. ltd. Phoues 23 and 123 Main Yard   North oi Track Office .   � RedpathSt-West H. ];. Miebath went lo llonarch this morning. L. K. Townsend, manogor of the Wells' l.iind nnd Cattle Co. Farm at Stirling leaves tonight on a business trip to Chicngo. The Book Store will have the Eye Opener this afternoon^ R. Sage. Mrs. Mark White will hold a snlo of fancy work at her home 502, corner Coiirtlnnd nnc opened up in a few flays. This one will be called "the 3'ulnce Meat Market," anokkeoi)er, Mi.ss C. G. Cameron was last night the recipient of a presentation and the expression of good will by the manager and oxployees of the laundry. Miss Cameron loaves tonight for Fernie. Professor Armand gives you some-tliing new in the "City of Yesterday" | tonight at the Lyceum. Rev. W. (i. W. Fortune, field secretary of thn Alberta Tomperanco and ^ Moral Ueform League will preach inj (he llaptist Church tomorrow fore-1 i.oon. Kev. William Held will con-(iuct tho.eveiiing service. Subject; 'Is the yoimg ninn safe?" Hiss Pow ell will sing a .solo nt night. All seats fiifo and Mi:api)ropriate(l. Everybody wflconic. Seats now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic opera, "His Highnoss the Bey." Box office open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. To HOUSEKEEPERS We desire to inform all liousekecpers in the city thnt the CiLy Bakery is now under n new man-ngement/-ivhich, by the courteous treatment ol its customers, the prompt delivery of goods, and by the superior quality of those goods, are determined to perfectly satisfy every patron. The employees in our bake shop are men of wide experience, who understand every detail connected with turning out the v(,'ry best eatables. We carry a complete stock Bread, Cakes, Pastry, etc. \V(? lire determined, to make the City Bakery stand for the best in all its departments. ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. A LOCAL BUDQET It will pivv .vou to rottd A. South-ai'd.'s big t,\vp-pnp(o advertisement In the centro of this paper. ft. S. Skoltpii i.s opening n I'catftur-titit ami rcadiiiff i'Oom adjcdnliig Sir. Norrv'b stable, corner of Westminster and Ford. This is n godd stand and the restaurant will ho a coHVonlc�cJ3 to I'arDiora wiio are �n bt'.slno.ss ivt that busy corner. Frank Waddthgton held a sale of furniture at hl;9 Mart, 4i0 Bound St. yd'Stordny. The attendance w good one nnd competition was I^A ly good although Iwirgahis were certainly In good ovldoncc. rooplo desirous of .securing some furniture cheap should attend next week's sale. The National-Opera Company will bo the attraction at the Lj-coura Theatre on ifouday evening, Nov. 80 pi-escntlng on that occasion tho popu lar comic opera success, "His Highness Tho Bey" which for tuneful luVs. niolodlolis, concerted numbcvs nnd harmonious enRenibles. hos no i;i|ual la the field of musical oiteriugs. The dialogue is bright, witty and at all times interesting. The story of the opera is romantic and abounds in many comedy situations, which never descend to horse-play or vulgarity, which is too ofie.-i tho case In nuinj alleged musical comotlles. An innovation which has met with the hearty endorsement of. tho ouditors whore this company hn.�! been seen is tho interpolation of several noveltie.s Including Tho Grange Ballot. The Dutch Danco (given in Wooden Shoes) and the song hits from tho ver.v latest mti.qical productions. This company is composed of high-class artists some of whom have wom tntomational fame in Italian Grand Opera. The production is under the direction of ^Icssrs. Sheoley and Huntington, whoso long experience in the comic opera field has qualinod them as most capable judges of tho cfliciency of company and completeness of production. It is safe to predict a large attendance as already much interest is being manifested by our music lovers. Thos. II. Woolfo'rd. of Cnrdston is in tho city today. There will be a meeting in the Labor Temple tonight at seven o'clock .sharj). Tho meeting is called bj- the Indei-endont I.abor Party and the candidate, Donald McXabb will speaJt. "I'ho meeting will conclude before the commencement i)f the Ratepayers' meeting at 8.30. The electors are in vited to attend. r TheLatest& Best Selling Leather Binding These make beautiful Xmas Gifts J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist ^--QUALITY QUARTERS----- T. E. PATTESON Real' Estate, Insurance, Loans-Office open evenings. Phone 287. Office Room 7 Oliver Block. Correspondence solicited. MEMBER WESTERN CANADA REAL ESTATE , ASSOCIATION 4 lots ftloek "A" Higinbotli-am Addition, corner Brydon and Torrance .\ve.-S4B0.00. 1-3 Ciisli, balance C nnd 12 inontli.-i. 3 lots lUock "A" Higin-botlinm Addition on Idding-tnn Ave.-$350. l-.*! cash, bJilancc 6 and 12 months. 18 lots vw.st of Wesbmin-ster, 1-4 mill' from school. Tlit'.^e lots are high and dry nnd ill beautiful locution.- $150 each, la.sy terms. 4 lots on Courtlond St., ehoici.' si'lcction-$350 each. 1-3 cash, balance 3 and G iiionlli.-i. Two piriieiiy new 5 roomed cottages, nut for $20 each per nioiilh on Block 92,--$2400. $1400 cash, balance IIS iirriiiiffeil. Your elioiee of a dozon other eiiually good buys. 1 FOR SALE- South African Veteran Scrip While in the East I made arrangements for the liandling of some 200 of these Bcripa, and am in a position to sell the same at the lowest poBsible figure. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK I^OUR LFTFER BOX. j Kditor I-ethbridgo Herald: Dear Sir.-Rending over your list of so-called good names as candidates for the city council I notice they are boosted up as successful business men Now, Sir, a few weeks ago you had a lot to saj' to the viorkinpnian, e.v-tending the glad' hand of friendship, etc., (just for a. while) now you seem to leave him out in the cold again, Xow about these smart business men who would have us believe they were being sought with tears and entreaties to run for that glorious office, ,'i city alderman. Have wo not seen them not very long ago working with their pick and shovel and trowel and so on? You would call them working men in those days, eh! AH honor to them, say 1. That's where you get tho good ones from tho ranks of the working men. Will you show me why any intelligent working man who has the city's interests at heart should not cut as good a figure on the city council as a real estate man or a lumber dealer? We don't want this town run by any one class. It savors too much of soft snaps and high salaries doesn't it? It's an easy matter to siiend other people's money but do you call it good busine.is to give every Dick, Tom and Harry an increa.se who cares to ask for it? Why didn't they pass around the fruit and give tho laborers throe dollars a day? Maybe some of tho relfring aldermen are looking for city jobs. There are sure some  soft snaps alright. Who wouldn't have a job at 2,500.00 a year for putting in a few hours a flay watching tho ever-increasing stall do the work? Instead of giving us so much hot air about these smart would-be aldermen, toll us how many smart men you could find ill the city who could and would hold down the post of .secretary-treasurer for 51,800.00 a year. Guess you could find several, eh! T.et us by all means hiive a working man on the council. .Matters dealing with work and wages must surely crop up sometimes and he would be able to deal more elTectually with these than some of your so-called smart business men. Now, sir, there has been a great deal of money silent this .year, some Very wisol.y, and some verj-foolishly. Let us have � litth? judicious economy served up for a while or your loud boosting of our enter-1 prising city will be eounteiaetcd by our high rate.i;. Yours truly. Workiiiguian. N OB BY AND N EIW Ladles' and Gents' Sllp^ Fancy and Plain All Colors and Sixes THE FOOT TOGGERY Notice CITY OF LETHBRIDQE CENSUS, 1908. Notice is hereby given that on tlie Dtli day of December, 1908, a census of the City of Letlibridgo will bo lukeii. I'oriiis will be loft with each houselioldor, and must be filled in on the morning of the 9th December, 1908, wlien they will be called for or mailed to the chief of police. (SKd.) W. HENDERSON, 8-12 Mayor. FRESH SELECT BALTIMORE OYSTERS Arrive Twice a Week jFrom Minneapolis Leave Your Xmaa Order With Ub JUST RECEIVED ------- A largo shipment of New Figs, Table Raisins, Whit* Clover Houey, California and Malaga Grapes, Celery, Canliflower, Cocoannts and other new nuts, etc. NEW CHRISTMAS GOODS arriving almost every day, such as Xmas Stockings, Dolls and anything imaginable in the confectionery line. We arc headquarters for candies of all kinds. IheGoodCc). Phone 98 The Up-to-Date Grocers Watch this ad. There will be something doing soon LOST-Between the residence of Mr. Nourse and Mr. Lethbridge, boy's grey chinchilla cloth overcoat. Reward to finder. Return lo C. G. K. Nour.se, 1121 Dufferin St. 296 0 WANTED-One or two lots. Will pay cash. S. L. Chnppell, P. O., Leth-bridge. 296-1 FOR S.\LE-Small house and two lots in North Ward. Apply G. W. ISenbon, ]5ox 427, or the City Bak-''ry. 296-6 WANTED-Partner with about twff thousand dollars for going general store business in Southern Alberta-Thorough investigolion invited. To man with larger capital, a splendid investment in addition will be offered. Apply Box C, Herald; - 296-6 Seats now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic opsra, "Hit Highness the Bey.".. Box office open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. SNAP FOR 5 Days 3 Lots, $450 each, Glyn Street, Water, Sewer and Electric Light G. c. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Blk. SHEET METAL CONTRAaORS, MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS Are now located in the new Bowman Block, Crabb Street And are prepared to give prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding Slieet Metal Coruices, Si(yli{hts, Fireproof Windows, Metal Ceiliigs, Shingles, Corrugated Iron, Eave Trengh, Sheet kon, etc. General Agents Pease Economy and Victor Famaces and Registers Contractors are invited to investigate our Prices and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 We have the best selection of STOVES for you to choose from. Don't fail to ask for our prices, which will interest you ALL C00K5 JOIN IN bAYING liioi.diii Uwui 'rf^iiiiAiBuf\ Sfiivi Rl^ANTFORDhONIkUL WiNNICfl UoLyr Bros. ^ Sole Agents PHONE 75 P. O. BOX 27 7617 ;