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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw Up to DaU. ROOMS IN CONNECTION THE PLACr TO S ii titkbrliigt is tu MlUi HEATERS Now that the weather has turned cooler, you should think of buy- ing your Heater. We have a good variety of Oaks and Hot Blasts, so call early and have first choice The Hick Hardware P.O. BOX The Store of Quality just received a fresh supply Huntley Pal mer s Biscuit; PHONE 21 First OfiiQH Grocery, Store In City tw The Losing Game! J The story of the hour. Starting in this week's Saturday Evening Post For sale at lOBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE J Phon.-i 26) 4 New Whitney Block Agents for Underwood Type- j[ writer i i i ATTENTION! Ton get our attention just as soon as you come in- side of our store. We have no patent on our way of doing business. There is nothing except good drugs, good values and good ser- yice that compels people to come to ns. Try us and find out. llberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists 1.1 RIPIEY, MOP, LET YOUR DISPEN- SER BE AS WELL SELECTED AS YOUR PHYSICIAN Higinbdtham solicits your patronage. We Havre the purest drugs your physician de- mands and they are dis- pensed by capable and ex- perienced prescription clerks. There are five graduates to do this "work and only they dispense prescriptions at J.D. HpbotlianiSCo.Ltd. Family and Dispensint Chemista. Telephone 49. Niglk Big Mapeline Demonstration On Saturday, October 2nd ONLY ONE DAY From One p.m till Ten p.m. MADELINE ICE-CREAM GIVEN AWAY FREE TO SHOW WHAT THIS WON- DERFUL ARTICLE WILL DO. EVER. YB O D Y WELCOME ALSO A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUIT JtJST RECEIVED, INCLUDING CRANBERRIES, Etc. WE LEAD and Never Follow in the SHOE and HOSIERY LINES See bur New Fall and Winter Goods in Barry, Queen Quality and Hagar. The Foot Toggery 32 39 44 43 40 of .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 rain else-! .PHONE" 98 THE WEATHER. Calgary, fair 90 Lethbridge, clear 62 Swift Current, cloudy 64 Regina, cloudy 7S Winnipeg, fair 70 Some scattered showers have fallen in Saskatchewan; where in the prairie provinces weather has been fair. Forecast Local showers in elsewhere fair and moderately warmer at 8 p.m. H. Walking, Sec. today and Saturday. THE GOOD GO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS EARL GREY GOT GREAT RECEPTION When He Arrived at Torchlight Procession Oct., Grey and party" reached the city last" night and were given' a great reception. Thou- sands lined'the streets of Strathcona and Edmonton. A torchlight proces- sion .with .the.militia escorted the vice regal party across tbe river to Gov- ernment Hpuse., Among those here for '-today's "'-functions are Hon. W. Scott and Ifon. A. Turgeon, of Sas- katchewan ;and Hon. I. B. Lucas, of Ontario FATHER MEYER'S SERVICES Rev. Father Meyer will hold servic- es during the month of October as iollows: s October 3 at Taber. October 10 at Warner. October 17 at Grassy Lake. October 24 at Diamond City. SEND ENGLISH WARSHIP TO NEW ORLEANS s St. Louis, Sept. Bryce, United States, may accompany Presi- dent Taft on the latter's trip down tho Mississippi river from St. Louis, ambassador of Great OBritain to the startin- Ort. 25. The ambassador has also' informed the officials an unofficial suggestion has beefa made to the British government .that an English warship "be sent'to Orleans to greet President Taft on his arrival there Oct. 30. Harold Henson has taken a posi- tion with J. .architect. j A meeting of the Amalgamated So- ciety of Carpenters and Joiners will tonight at the Labor Hall F. C. Street leaves tonight on a. three months' holiday to Montreal. Auction sale of Fine Art Pictures at the new Arcade Theatre It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-23 For a first-class in CLEANING- AND DYEING I .lies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY Phone 353 DYE WORKS CITY AND DISTRICT Urs. J. J. Johnston arrived home from the coast Sunday, morning. It will pay you to trade with us: Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 G. L. Dunham, of Winnipeg, was visiting- friends in the city yesterday. Mrs. G-albraith will receive ott Mon- day and afterwards on the Mon- day only. Mrs. E. U. Rylands returned yester- day from n holiday visit in Toronto. Entire change of pictures tonight at the Eureka. Don't miss it. The Hygienic Bakery is opening an- other new bakeshop on Westminster Road" tomorrow. Mrs. R. F. Reeve will receive on Monday afternoon and afterwards on every Monday. It will pay you to trade with us. j Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 Mrs. R. P. Wallace will receive to- morrow and afterwards the first Sat- urday of each month. The Hospital Aid meeting will be held at Mrs. Southard's, Crabb St.. on Satueday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Taxidermy is a nature study. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. has the services of an A. No. I such work- man who puts up your specimens in any desired attitudes, strictly true to nature. All work guaranteed satis- j factory. CITY AND DISTRICT E. J. and Mrs. Cook leave tonight, on a trip to the coas-t, and wUl take' at P-m- -W. L. Wilson in the Seattle Fair. tioneer. Mrs. A. V. Lang, 608 Bartlett St..! If. ladies take the wings of game will, receive Saturday, Oct. 2nd to ;the Lethbridge. Sporting 4 till 6.30. j Goods Co. they can have them cured ready to use on hats. Strictly first class wdrk. Auction sale of art pictures at the carpenter and joiner is ear- _ new Arcade .theatre Saturday even- nestlv requested to- be at the rt _ _ _. ing, Oct.-2nd at 7 p.m. W. L. Wilson, Hall tonight, j auctioneer. Jas, F. 'Johnston, weed inspector, accompanied by Mrs. Johnston, left this-morning on a. two weeks' holiday to Utah. The Letiibridge Iron Works have just completed the construction of an automatic dump tipple for the Bock Cteanihg That is Cleaning FRENCH DRY CLEANING the Latest Up-to-date merhod for cleaning Ladies and Gent's" Clothing. All work guaran- teed. Let us know and the waggon ,wiircall. Room 1, -Whit- ney-block. J H. WAGGENER, Expert CUaner. Ten Years'Experience. CROWN CLEANING AND WORKS Springs Sootless Coal Co. of Taber. The tipple is being erected now at Taber by the employees of the Iron "Works. John Charlton, Exeter, Ont., and W. B. Gaiser, of Crediton, Ont., are 'in''the'city. They are well please Sunny Southern Alberta, Mr. Gaiser having b'bught Sections 1 and 2, Tp. 5 12 .from the Imperial Development- DISTRICT COURT District Court It will pay you to trade with us. j yesterday afternoon and -this Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 Iwere UP a number ol email The art picture that was 'to CaSesv have eaken place in the La-or Hall In of VS' I judgment was awarded to .the defend- tomorrow night, will be held in F.W. Brown's new billiard rooms, .the Ar- cade building. Fred. Turner, editor of the "Logan Utah, gave the Herald a call last evening, after spending the past few dayt at ila- grath and Cardston. It.wUl pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 A number of sportsmen ant. "In the; Parsons vs. Lafontaine case judgment was g von to the plaintiff. 'The case of Smith vs. Cook was adjourned till the' next sitting of the court. H S. LITERARY SOCIETY ORGANIZED At a recent meeting of the S. .Literarv following officers admiring some birds in the office eiectea--': the Beagle-Maxwell Land Co. mount- Hon; ed by Samuel Cheeley, who office is Sherl0ck, at the store of the Lethbridge Sport- THE ROYAL COMPY Will -Open for Business with a Complete Stock of Shoes on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 The Best Makes iiandled of "Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes G. E anager Street QUICK WORK BY LOCAL POLICE named Sinclair was arrest- ed last night fifteen minutes after Chief Gillespie got word from Cal- gary that he was wanted in that city for theft. He had one of the ar- ticles on him at the, time. HEATING STOVES You can heat your house most conveniently with ah .s OAK TREASURE HEATING STOVE A large stock of all sizes For Small Rooms For Large Rooms Call and see them Yon will save money by buying the best on the market The price will please you The McKeown Hardware Co. We ship out of town daily. ing Goods Co. The birds were shot by Lou Harbecke, who has the repu- tation of being the best shot among the hunters of the city. Sportsmen 1 Take notice: Any spe- cimens you want mounted and pre- served as old remembrance in your old days, take same to the Lethbridge Sporting Goods place. They have a taxidermist en- gaged who is now in the city who can do up the work in proper shap-. DON'T KICK ON THE LUMBER that didn't turn but right. It's your own fault in not selecting it wisely. You are not an expert? Still youi fault. You should have come here where you don't have to be an EXPERT TO SECURE GOOD LTJMBER Oome right here arid we'll supply just the lumber you require. Then you'll not feel like kicking, but like patting yourself on the back for your good judgment. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld I LOOFAH t I SPONGES Shaped from a fibrous vegetable. These will stand a great deal of use. and suit people who like a rough sponge. Try one. 1 For sale, by J- T- Johnston CHEMIST AND The Latest Winchester Model 1907. -351 high power caliber Self-Loading Rifle. This rifle is re-load- ed by the recoil. Simple and strong in construction. It is a six-shot repeat- er, and shoots the most modern type of cartridge. Stafford Agnew Co- you live out ol town, write us." Vice Dunsworth. Wallace. Kane. Editor of C. Sherlock. Assistant Patteson and Harold" Hamilton. Programme Sick M, Fisher, J. Kerr, W. Frame, T. Pcnnefather. Cook. Assistant Donaldson. Leader of Glee M. V. Bennett. Caretaker of Gay. Give us a Call, and we will explain the advantages of these beautiful Heaters. HAYR BROS. PHONE 75.- P.O. BOX 27 The Newest Coats The Newest Suits The Prettiest Waists Delaines in Silks and The Best Fabric Gloves (Silk Lined) The Most Complete Collection of New Belts and Neckwear Stylish Boys3 Suits in Tweeds and Serges The Proper Top Coats for Gentlemen All at the Lowest Cash Prices YOU MUST VISIT Co. v I JUST ON THE MARKET: Ten Good Resi- dential Lots, Block K, William St., each, terms. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co, Successors to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telephone 122 ;