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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw tnd Up U ROOMS IN CONNECTION TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STMY in LrtliMity li tut SHIMS IQH HEATERS Now that the weather has turned cooler, you should think of buy- ing your Heater. We have a good variety of Oaks Hot Blasts, so call early and have tirst choice The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. PHONE 62 For the Price of One Victor or Columbia Records ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Phons 26! New Whitney Block for Underwood Type- writer I I lispensiny Department A Question Of Health Is in the bands of Five Graduates a n d only these Prescription Clerks are allowed to pnt up or dispense prescrip- tions. Let us do your work. We have the men. drugs and methods. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Nigtk i The Store of Quality Just received a fresh supply Huntley Palmer's Biscuits PHONE 21 G. BRJUfl CO. First Ullili emery Start li Cltj Special Price To-Day On Ripe Tomatoes. Good sound stock. Also 400 cases Italian Prunes to dispose of at a very low price. Extra fine stock and large cases. PHONE M PROMPT DELIVERY Fancy We have a nice assortment in Evening pert in bronze, grey, tan, patent colt and other shades. Also comfortable Strap Slippers in all styles. THE WEATHER. Kilmontoii, fair Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, fair Regius, clear Wiii.iipfg-. oletr Lethbridge, fair Fair and warm weather has been general wer t-he prairie provinces Forecast west winds, moderately warn. Today and Tuesday. NOTICE A rare Musical Treat will be given the Patrons of the CLUB CAFE all week, by the manager being able to secure the services of the well known couple PROF. FRED GREVE, Pianist MRS. FRED L. GREVE, Vioiinisi Recently from Seattle. If you are a lover of good music come to THE CLUB CAFE, noon and evening, all week. V. Rodgers PROP. I 4' CITY AND DISTRICT IL The Foot Toggery Any question of health is best answered by promptly bringing all prescriptions to us to be rilled. Our drugs are pure therefore they kre sure. Our facilities, experience, equipment and method are perfect, therefore they are safe. A prescription put up here means potency and 1 with results to the patient. j CITY AND DISTRICT i Rev. Father Lestance leaves for High River tomorrow to attend the conference there on Wednesday. Miss Olive Cline, of Lethbridge, Al- berta, has been visiting her parents, Mr. jvnd Mrs. W. Cline, for the past Herald. A meeting of- .the of the Rille Association is called for to- night to decide on when tho inptchts will be held this season. Fine music at the Club Cafe all week fay Prof. F. and Mrs. Greve, late of Seattle. 249-3 Winter is at Stirling today in connection with the Q-ater cam. Sittings will be resumed at 8 o'clock tonight. Percy White Buffalo, an Indian on the Blood reserve vvas arrested on Sguirday for defacing of brands. Trial will take place this afternoon.' Hudson's Bay Co. require trained help for Dressmaking Department. Thos. M. Tweed of Medicine Hat ManaSe- Hudson's Bay Stores. W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer, has '.xtea t'nguged sell a large number of town lots at Sweet Grass, Montana.- James Foster, driver of the fire de- partment team, accompanied by Mrs. Foster and child, left on Tuesday lor Loth-bridge, Alberta, to spend their Herald. j Fine music at Club Cafe all I CITY AND DISTRICT jvisiting in the city today. J. S. Piper, of McLeod, gone sptnt the day in the city. 1 Mrs. Campbell have i east on a visit. J...A. Tasker of Stavely was in the fcity yesterday. I A carload of settlers' ett'e. is arriv Uberta Drug and Book Co. Prescriptiou Specialists I. 8. PJPLEY, Mgr. LETfiBRIOEF Jj t Jed this morning en route for "ttarner. It will pay you to trade with us. j of Seattle. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-25 Sixteen carloads of wheat came in from Haley and Spring Coulee today. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Good left this i afternoon to a week's holiday j at Didsbury and Calgary. A pair of fine etchings will be raffl- ed by the Royal Shoe Company October llth. Entire change of program at the J Eureka tonight. All new people. Rne musjc JSorman W. Allin, of Medicine Hat. week by has taken a position in the Eed Cross week by Prof. F. and Mrs. Greve, 249-31 returned on Sat- urday from Edmonton where he at- tended the laying of the cornerstone of the Parliament buildings. The funeral .of the late William Me- Leod was held from Fetterly's under- i talcing parlors yesterday rooming at For a first-class job in AND Cruson has opened up in the lies'Or Gents' Clothes cali at! transfer business with Brooks' store. rUf iOn Road, as headquar- rHE CITY DYE WORKS jters. Phone 353 r.p.R. calling- for tenders for the purchase of the material in the trestles on the oljd line' batween Lethbridge and Macleod. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 9.30. interment at the union ceme- T, __ Hex-. A. M. Gordon conducted the Club Cafe all Prof. F. and Mrs. Greve, late of Seattle. 249-3 G. W. Robinson returned this mom- ing from holidaying at the Coast. Mr. Robinson reports a delightful outing and some excellent salmon flsh ing. Mrs. Robinson and family will remain at Victoria for a week or two. j'Mtft i it T DON'T KfCK ON THE LUMBER that didn't turn out right. It's your cv. n fault, in not soli-cling it u You are not an expert? Stii! fault. Tou should have come here you don't have to be an 06XPERT TO SEOTTRE GOOD LUMBER Gome right here and we'll supply jnst the lumber you require. Then' t you'll not feel like kicking, but like {-f patting yourself on the back for your f 1 ceod judgment. i Rogers-Cunningham" Lumber Company Ld Pnotes 23, 123 and 3211 Johnston's Pectoral Balsam For Coughs and Colds 'I'll is Remedy is still the fore and a brisk has already irh'd in for it. For sale bv J. I. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST M Great Prices On Good Guns For Only A Few For a few days we will offer the balance of our stock of. Guns at Bargain C. Smith, Remington, Stevens, K.O.R., L.P.G. and some others, all high grade guns. Now is your opportunity. Stafford Agnew Co. vlf you live out of town, write us." Rev. T. P. and Mrs. Ferry iind W. (and Mrs. Jordan have freen. elected delegates from Wesley Sunday School attend the convention of the Al- berta Sunday School Association to bo held at Edmonton on Oct. 27; 28 and 29. John Webster. Canadian govern- ment agent at Belfast, Ireland, spf-nt a few hours on Saturday in the city. He was driven over the city and dis- irict by A. E. Humphries, Web- ster is gathering information about the country. He please! our district. On Saturday Mrs.. H. E. Kelley of Spring Coulee in c-n train to visit her mother. ?Jrs. Stafford, Westminster Rood, hrintciuff with her her twenty-two months' oiJ >atay which was not feeling- well rnd which she thought should havp cal attendance. For 'ievnnl hours after their arrival the child .-iet-med bright, but about nine o'clock s taken seriously ill and two doc- tors were called in. It was of no i avail, however, for about three j o'clock Sunday morning the little one lied. j CITY AND DISTRICT Krs. Mansfield, of Ottawa, Tilansfield, and Miss of New j York, who kave been spending tfcfi week end with Mrs. J. J. .Jottnstoo ou return from Seattle, left for home this a. m. The Scotchmen are to have a g-reat night tonight in the Baptist Church. Rev. Mr. Reid on "Scotland and the Scotch" and Miss- es Scot-t and McDonukl sin-ff the "Auld Scotch Snugs." Mr. Ivellie; .1'resident of the Caledonian Society, is to act as chairman and. everybody is going- to have a good time. The meeting begins at S o'clock. Admis- sion 25c. SOMETHING DOING IN THE TORY CAMP THE ROYAL SHOE COMP'Y Is Now Open for Business With a Complete atock of the best of Ladies', Men'i and 'Children's Shoes Give Us A Call C. E.SYDAL, Manager Brown Co.'s Building, Crabb Street Ottawa, Oct. L. Border) leaves for Halifax at the end of 'the week On his way back he will leaders of the Conservative party in Quebec and Montreal, and after that will probably go to Toronto. bench hands, at once. Apply, Oliver Manufactur- ing Co. 249-0 The little two year old son ot J. j W. Wad'dell met with HONE 75 P.O. BOX-27 William Wallace, the six months old hild of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wallace as buried yesterday. The funeral was held from the house in the North Ward to the unioa cemetery. Rev- T. P. Perry officiated. JUST ON THE MARKET: Ten Good Resi- dential Lots, Block K, William St., each, terms. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co, Successor's to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telepho ne 122 ;