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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta l' if t Stewart" Ranges are bale quickly and they please the owner ia every war. ev on fuel, and burn lard or soft coal, or wood w latest Kange is the Range for you. f ttrfUgllOUt this Whole west coumr-v great num- ver they are sold, other sales always follow. Let us-shoTTtfeem to Prices r and, COOKING UTENSILS -iVe show. 2.2- -immense variety hieH.o-rorta 11 ffick-Sehl Hardwar WHQESALE RETAIL PHONE O. BOX 670 f Attention -to maH ordars REDPATH STREET BLANK BOOKS Ledgers Journals Day Books Cash Synoptics Office Diaries for 1911 Hodgson's Steel Square, etc. KERB'S PKOVTSIONS AKE THE BEST Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs. for 25c Ripe Tomatoes, per case Eipe Pears, per case. Crab per case Peaches, per case Tokay Grapes, 75c per basket The Store of Quality Gso. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 THE LAST OF THE SEASON EXTKA CHOICE FJREES1WE PEACHES PRICE PER CASE WHILE THEY LAST RIPE TOMATOES PER CASE We would draw your attention1 to the very fir-e ouaHfv nf car of fruit we just received from Place your now while the quality and price is right. y Ur THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUJT AND PRODUCE PROMPT DELIVEPY NEW- NOEL'S MEATS. FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE. TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Full Line Of UME.JUICE, GRAPE FRTJIT. KOOT BE ER. E-m Craddock Viner -JLUING FAMILY GROCERS P HONE 515 WWS. m This has bees ..our. rule lor near- ly quarter of ,a century. Please Keep the Dominion sta- hare .consideration for our employees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. BIscfe -First door west Union Bank fir Underload writtr "Phone 1265. Call Us Call ,us on the phone at any time and you are sure to find graduate pharmacist at the other end of the line ready to take your prescription, fill it, and deliver it with ail due has-te. It is worth your wiiile to iiave your prescription filled by us. Every attention is paid to detail and you "will be pleased. llkerta Drug and Prescription Specialists 18. SIFLEy, Mgr. lETHBIiaSE .On- Sundays and Public Holi- days we are open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. 8 p.nx to 9 p.m For other urgent calls use phone 322 or .Night Bell ia Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Peter North this morning purchased ._ five lots in block on Bdwarcs street. The price is reported to -be.f 1500. The Southern Alberta Courier will Become a -weekly instead of a M- publication, commencing Nov. fiupt. Uren of the Cranbrook divis- ion of the C. P. R. is in ''his private car -today commencing on Oct. 5th Pearce Wl11 iaveDa loctJbag mail service. to Pearce will .be served from. -and from Pearce to I Tney had excellent sport and brought bridge jpost office. LOCALS All members of the Caledonian So- wety are requested to meet ai the Hall, Giyn street., at 5.30 to attend the Tag Pay Parade. 2-16-2 J.-all oijfi, the -Lethbridge .Messenger Service for quick message ana bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Caii ap Crown Cleaners, corner o! Ssdpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. 474. 172-0 All members, local and Tisiting, of the Knights of Pythias, .are request- ed the -tag Day Parade on Sunday evening, meeting, hall at 0.30. AH members of the -TJni- iorm Rank to be in full -dress regalia C. Ross Tate, C.C.; A.-3VT, Ritchie 24-5-3 J! vn account oi the Jewish Holidays 11 ihe store ol the undersigned Trill be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. '4. and 5, and on Thursdar, Get' 13th. L. KeeL _. 246-3 Try a box of choice cut flowers irom Taylor's. please you or your friends. per up Free green with- all cut flowers Phone 675, P. 0. Box 1353. 24.6-0 Miss Margaret 31 Fraser opened LUMBER FOR ALL PURPOSES Here at any time and in any quantity. You cannot swamp us Tvrth a large order or srive cm on .n. r wi oiic us so small a one that we will no' attend to it THERE ARE BOARDS, BEAMS, JOISTS, SHINGLES, ETC ot buildinsr you mav hp TT send you up what you want you waitt. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 A LARGE HEAVY STOVE No. 2O 4.SO No.3O'- 6.5O N6..4O 7.5O No. 6O 9.OO YOU CAN HEAT YOUR HOM E i MOST CONVENIEN TLY "ANQ' ECONOMICALLY W.riTH-THE ure is a handsome f ull n i ckle Stove with Duplex Grate constructed for soft or hard coal. OAK TREiASURE BURNS COAL .OR.WOOD FOR BY The McKc.'owii Hardware Co. Ltfi. -We ship out of town daily.: _ _ lltiij' VUCjLttm 'fler new studio in the Goodman, 'block-, Kedpath street, and is prepared to' Monday morning; 3rd, with all her .pupils and any ue-w stud- ents wishin- to take Toronto Conser- vatory work. Terms as usual THE WEATHER 'lair uaigary, fair 55 i--eth'Dridge.. cloudy -67 weatner has been 36 46 general CITY AND DISTRICT C. y. JL Trainmaster" Harshaw of Uacieod was in tie city yesterday on Dusmess, and returned ..home "this morning. The customs receipts at the Leth- customs port during the month over the-prairie provinces and it has been cooler, m.zpc-st aistiiets; quite frosty .in Noriherr Saskatcfhewan. Forecast: Manitoba, fine and cool Sunday a litti.) .V.gVer temperature. Saskatchewan and Alberta: Fair TO. aay, local showers tonight and Sun- day, of September ending last night were The figures in September last year were 3f0 hundred dollars more. T. D. Kevin, superintendent of t3ie CITY AND; DISTRICT John E. Ardeii; jeweler of Clares- holm, formerly of Lethibridge, has as- signed. There are still a few more collection for Tag Dayleft. Ladiss wish. them can get them af the Q-.iek block, DufCerin in Frint Brodie j street- Tile CITY AND DISTRICT A. F. Averts of BOW has his justice of the peace-ship. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Weigand who married in Lethbridge a couple of months ago, returned yesterdav irom toeir honej-moc-n trip. Part of the time they spent in visiting points m the -east, but they u-ere also as far south as Omaha, Neb., and as far west, Pbnfenfl, Ore.- SETS; that everywhere he went scores of people were asking about Southern Alberta and many people are comin- iiere within the next year from all over the country. .There are few Places, Mr. Weigand says he is more than ever convinced after his trip, as good as Alberta or which offer such man the I The Choicest of Everything in season is always to be had at the Menu and Prices to Suii AH N. H. MURRAY, Prop. g- A. H. L, who .was able to 'be back ency has 'been bringing a large num- to his office one .day this week, has suffered a relapse -and is again con- fined to his house by the doctor's orders. A total of eighty entries made np of 5S homesteads. 20 pre-emptions-and two purchased homesteads, were put through the local Dominion Land Of- during Che month of September. Oliver and D. C. Marriott re- turned yesterday afternoon from the Jardston oeen duck aer of men from outside points for employers in Southern Alberta. Last night they brought twenty-two team- sters from Great Falls, Mont, for Messrs. Higden and Kerr, who "have a large contract on the ditch for the Southern Alberta Land Co. They ex- pect a dozen or more in on Monday irom points in the Pass. jsterday afternoon from the Coarseness -in a child subject to district where they is a sure indication of the ap- k hur. since Monday.! Proacn of the disease. If Chamberlain's excellent sport and brought is at once or even Thos. Underwood of Calgary, man- into Lethbridge. home 15S -birds, as fine as any'ever _ rt_; ,_ H j aging director of the Diamond Coal came down from the northern ndge on Wednesday next, Oct. atn. in the morning at 9.30 a confer- ence will-be held with local workers in Knox church, in the afternoon ad- aresses will be delivered at the same Place at 2.30. while at four o'clock men's and women's meetings will be held simultaneously at Wesley and churches respectively. At eight p.m. a monster mass meeting held m the Majestic theatre. Even-- one is urged to attend any or all of these meetings, particularly that of the evening. Come and -hear the questions discussed by the most able speakers of the day i Tiic Famous Belle Oak to burn soft Duplex Grates like a range, and is a coal saver and a money saver. No. 12 3Vo. 14 No. 16 Phone 1232 Co. toe's Rotting Hjs- tepions ttout it Some people nave wonder- ed why it is that we do the bulk of the lumber business, not only here in town, but for miles arotfnd. Surely there is nothing mysterious about it; ,nothing to wonder at." The quality and assort- ment of our stock is reason enough for that, even were our prices not as low, or low- er, than can be obtained else- where hereabouts. If you are not a customer of ours, just give us a trial next time you want anythin" in lumber or building mater- ial. No matter what, nor how much of it, see our stock and get our prices. g f Luiiiter C f- oatisties your appetite So dddferent from common tread ou Kad better prione 1027 and try a loaf. It won't cost you-anything GtLMORE, THE BAKER r Enssell Street NorthWard. ACADIA BLOCK North 62J Yard, Phone 41 J Household Linens-Attractive Values v Table Linens 72 in. Ivy leaf pat., yd'. _75c 72 in. Lily pat. TO in. Rose pat. yd......35c Hemmed cov- ers 90c to Napkins Beautiful flora! designs, hem- med and by the piece, at. from per doz- en 75c to Ernb. Linens Pure Irish Lin- en in all sizes 75c ?1.85 SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES Drawn Wk. Runners and tray covers tablo centres: .60 .85 Bat tenberg doi- lies .35 .75 V 1 "Laurentlan- a special brand which we have always in stock and has proved satisfactory Q 84 plain sheets, hemmed ea. 84 twill sheets, hemmed ea -40 and 42 in. Pillow Cases......' I S4 plain sheets, hemmed ea I OUR SPCIAL SHEET .....75o ......................20c and 25c ;