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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HK PLACE TO tTAY Heaters Heaters Heaters Wt hare joat roeeivad our large shipment of Beaten, and we can aafely aay that we have tiae feigcai and beat aborted ever brought into Lethl ridge. We have Oaka and Hot Bbate in varioea aiiea aud that will meet your aud you are aure of a MAXIMUM amount of heat from a MINIMUM amount of fuel. Our raugea are and veil Maorted. :t We carry the following m stock Monarch Malleable Round Oak Stewart Sask-Alta Favorite We would be pleased to have yon call examine our Heaters and buy iug The Hick Hardware Co. WE SELL FOR CASH REDPATH STREET WATCH TALK What we pfoaiic to do is: Give you a price that tfe beaten. Give you bent quality watch. Give you a- guaranty that it will keep the bett of time. We- "carry a full stock of all the bftrt liuM, eluding Elfin, WaHham, We have them ill from up. You can buy a good Elfin or Waiiham ccuipieuj m caw TroaV 7 M Citll and a look when in town. AH Watches aod Clocks Repaired Gi a Specially R. A. Wright The Jeweler P.O. Boi 670 Books ines WDrai'S B8I SIBIt 1st kv tet if WH bit i 251 Agents for Underwood Typewt-iters. I Stock-Taking SALE 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT During next 10 days on all Ladies' Hand Bags Latest New York fashions The Store of Quality A strong point about our drug: store -service is the careful manner in'which it is conducted. Careful-in baying.'caref al in keeping, careful in testing, and just ae careful in never adver- tising non-selling, cheap, or inferior goods. 1 Wterta Drag and Book Co. Prescription Specialists M. urm, JJ.iptott.aShlti, Family and Dispensing Rwidert list freenriq Fins if tte Snsn 50 CRATES LEFT Must be sold by Saturday Night -'These are 4-Basket Crates To clear at a eiate Temporary Joarters PHONE 21 G. BRER CO. MASS MEETING BBicu mm the Public Questions 'of the day in Oliver's Hall OCTOBER 7th Chair wilfoe taken at 8.30 Optical Wortt TOE FOOT TOGGERY IVEHYTHiNC for the FEET NELSON GOW GOLD WATCH FOR k TAYLOR GENTLEMEN When you want your auita cleauad and pressed go to Mark Johnstou for a firat-claaa job. We guarantee ail work to be satisfactory. _ MARK JOHNSTON tat 2H Uaas CdU for ttJ BcfimcJ lafe by Wafers a Wesley Messrs. Magiatli and Ives are invited to be present and vill given an op- portunity-to address the meeting. Two little boys, sons of A. E. Humphries and W. A. Ott, caused their parents considerable anxiety last night. The two lads went off for a ride, two on one'-pony, but did not A search was instituted, A.; Staifdrdf returned night from a trip to Caigafy--- Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Beach, of Card- stoh, are in the "city. Wort will ba resumed on the Staf- ford Block on Monday morning. Mrs. Wm. Ingram and family., re- turned this morning from an extend- ed visit to Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Galbraith. will receive onMon-; day, Oct. -5th, arid aiterwards on the first Monday of every month. H. G. tong, formerly principal of the Westminster school of this city, is secretary-treasurer of the newly- formed Young Liberal Club nt La- combe. "The Man from by McCutcheon, and "Holy by Corelli, are nearly sold out at Sage's, but he has mori en route. There will not be a smoking con- cert in. connection with the Liberal Club at the Labor Hall tonight. The Brewery Workers are holding a smoker there in aid of the C.P.R. strikers: "Th Ladder that with cloudy THE, WEATHER. 62 ;40 30 06 37 35 cloudy 11 49 34 .'r With 'the'exceptioa 'of a few .light showers.and snow flurries iii Alberta and southern Saskatchewan, the wea- ther throughout the Prairie "Provisoes lias been fair. It yhas turned -quite cool again in Alberta. -Forecast.- r Fair, today and on .Sunday. Sun- V N YEAR Oct. was selected convention city of the League of American Munici- palities for "1909. 'jf the day, stationary or perature. _ little higher tem- BRICK COr BUSY. Business is rushing around plant of the Lethbridge Terra Cottoa Co. They are, making thirty thousand bricks a have orders ahead for? over a million They are unable to get cars to shij the orders. About, nine hundra thousand bricks are on hand read for shipment. of the orders The; greater portion and they were found this morning at 1 Heaven" and "Helpingjthe: -.Kingdom Mr. McKean's, several miles out, will be the .morning and taking a: holiday. DR. COURT! CE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Now located in Macdonald Block. Cor. Round and Redpath Sts. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. LUMBER Our Guarantee It has always been our intention to deal honestly. It is still our intention to deal honestly. We stand behind every piece of material sold. Our prices are right Sat- isfy yourself. evening subjects at Wesley church tomorrow. Strangers cordially Invit- ed. Sittings free. The business houses in town will b.- glad to learn that they can now have their dutiable goods cleared at the Customs at a downtown office. N. T. McLeod and Co. have added a Customs brokerage department to present business. A citizen has registered with the Herald a vigorous kick about the condition of the crossings on Duf ferin street. The pavement has been laid all the way from Round to the Barracks, and the street is the only east and west street fit to walk on. The only drawback is that th> crossings are covered with inches of mud, which could be cleared off in .1 few minutrs by one of the city's num- j (.TOUS employees. By the same token condition of the pave- j ment on Round street from the Union Bank north requires the attention of th.: sidewalk overseer. People's' and Smith's have arrived at Sage's. -Thi work on the enlargement- of 5t. Augustine's church has progress- ed far enough to permit services be- ing held tomorrow at -the usual hours, Holy comiounion at S and 11 o'clock, matins at 10.30 o'clock, and svsnsong at 7.30 o'clock. There will, however, be no Sunday school. S. Jones, sr., the North Ward poul- try man, has add.d -more high-class -dock to his flock. He'has secured a splendid pair 'of brown Leghorns that were prize winners at the Poultry ihows in the northern States. The imllet is said to be worth Mr. Jones has also purchased a fine pair of Rosecomb Black Mlnorcas. Nest Pass, the building- of. a. new Fer me requiring a lot of tliem.- I NEW FURNITURE STORE. Among the business houses that are opening up in the city this fall is the White Furniture Co. This will b2 conducted in the new Bowman Block, on Crabb st. A Monroe, of Red Deer, and brother >f A. C. Monroe, manager for the Western Stationery Co., will be the manner for the firm. Mr. WThite comes from London, HARVEST THANKSGIVING. Last night a number of vlhe ypuag people Baptist church m-t to decorate the auditor- ium for the spociarservices tomorrow. Rev. William Reid will be the preach- er for the day, anc] in the morning will deliver a special''address 'to the boys and girls of .the' Sunday school: His subject will hi "Harvest" (art At Emilie C. Waste; will sing solo, and the choir will sing an a them. Mr. Reid's evening subject will be "The Wheat and ther Tares as s en -Special of- ferings on behalf of foreign missions and the local church will be: taken tn-m: rrow. All are heartily invited to these services. -On the occasion bis cleaving the city to engage in the'active work "of he Taylor was-de- coyed into the lecture room, at Wes- ey church last night and surprised by a-number of the, church members, who presented him with a handsome solid gold watch "and a beautiful, il- luisiiiated address on behairof the congregation. The presentation had eii planned for Thursday' evening, >ut Mr. Taylor had not returned from tis trip. After a few remarks from the pas- tor of the church, in which he spoke of the personal loss of the congrega- tion and Mr. Taylor's" faithful work, especially with regard to his respon- sibility "in getting the organ, and .his" services as organist, Dr. Galbraith; B. B. -Hoyt, Mr. Taylor wera asked to step' forward, and the follpw- ing 'address was read doctor and the presentation was made by Mr. Hoyt. Dear.SIr and on these" broad prairies and _ citizens of these new Western cities are so much in the 'current of the stream of im- migration, that saying welcome-anu are-a daily life, ana' not to be unduly noted. Your departure, However, sir, brings us to face with a different phase of it for we see one who has become so firmly a part of GUT community and church life going to a broad- ar; field, a higher work, actuated by a loftier motive. .y _ exceedingly regret .that this areweli must be said, for we would ain "keep you as an integral part of ur institutions, but our sorrow is the knowledge that as whole7 is greater than a part, you ELLISON iflLUNG ILEVATOlt CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR hr totf ud tatrj TbU .been acknowledged to be 'one of the finest milled in Western Canada. Be ture and ask yonr dealer for And aee you get it. We on oie, N v, iure Dealers! you are getting the Flour ;-U LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND G WrG'REEN, Managej MAGBATH Have Removed to MacDonald Rooni 8 Co, Lti Phones 23 and 123 Nan Yiri forth if Track Oice Camphor Cream 25c a Tube This is an Excellent Heal- ing Preparation for Rough- ness of the Hands and Face. J. J. Johnston FiftsrripivC' Drug-gist -QUALITY GRAIN STANDARD BOARD. The meeting of the Western Canada Grain Standard Board, on which W H. Fair field ia the representative for southern cnlled for Octo- ber 8, in Winnipeg.. .The board es tablishc-s commercial grades for al grain not good enough to be grade Hudsons' Bay Co. 249-0 Place Your Orders for DRAY1NG TO RENT. For 2 or 3 months, furnished cot- tago. in good locality; bath arid fur- naoo. Apply Box P, Herald Office. 249-3 WANTED. General servant. Apply Mrs. F. Rooney. 413 Bartlett st. 249-0 JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed iPHONE 289 SIR WILFRID AT OTTAWA. Ottawa, Oct. Wilfrid Laurier spent; the :dav: in -the city attending to the business of his office. He be- gins his Quebec tour with a meet- ing in Queb.c on Tuesday, leaving for Montreal on Sunday. Public Notice Public notice is hereby given that W. C. Simmons, a candidate for the ensuing Federal election in the con- stituency of Medicine Hat, has ap- pointed WILLIAM OLIVER, ESQ., contractor, of Lethbridge, Alberta, his official agent, under section 837 of the Dominion Election Ace. Frederick Geo-ge Foster; Returning Officer. Medicine Hat, Alberta, October 1st, 100ft, 25c a Ib. Rochon's Ice Cream Per- ter and Light Lunch Caff FIRE AT SUMMER RESORT. Boston, Maes., Oct. brisk fire broke put-in the summer cottage col- ony at Winthrope late last night. At two this morning the fire is still burning, but believed to be under control. The Ocean View hotel is burned, together with several cot- tages. MM MM M M The perfect reunite of carefnl culinary efforts, the true de- lights of fine cooking are known only to users of Happy Thought Ranges i Remember that there is no substitute for this range. It has no equal. There can be none just as good until perfection meets its match. v CALL AND SEE TEEM HAYR BROS! Successors to G. L. Vroomta PHone MMMMM.MM.MMM ;