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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Stewart" Ranges are Prime Favorites "bake quickly and .Whenever used.they please the. owner in every way. They are economical on fuel, and burn hard or soft coal, oivwVod. They .are constructed on the very latest improved plans, givinsr a perfect control at all times. Range is the Range for you. We sell them throughout this whole west country in srest num- bers, and wherever they are sold, other sales always follow. Let us show them to L50 to COOKING UTENSILS show'an immense variety of high-grade goods specially made for private use. The lines include complete assortments of Fine Enamel Ware, Tin Ware, Copper Ware. Cast Iron Goods Steel and Wire Goods cf all kinds. TWO CARLOADS OF HEATING STOVES just arrived. KEEK'S PROV-ISIOXS ARE THE BEST Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs. for 25c Ripe Tomatoes, ?1.15 per case Ripe Pears, per case. Crab Apples, ?2.75 per case Peaches, per case j Tokay Grapes, 75c per basket Hick-Sehl RETAIL ,REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 special attention to mail The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, and 'Crockery Phone 1453 COPYRIGHTS The Rose in the Ring by Geo. Barr McCutcheoir The Varmint i by Owen Johnson Janey Canuck 5n the West by Emily Ferguson The Right Stuff by Ian Hay The Husband's Story by. David Graham 'Phillips m N.w WWtnty Black First door west Union Bank AftnU Urrderwoti! writtr Phons 1265. Get, your trusses from the Alberta Drug Store. Our truss department is complete in every detail. Every truss guaranteed to lit. The trus- ses we handle are of the very best manufacture and you will be comfortable when you truss fitted by us. Prescription Specialiats i s. BiPiEy, THE SECRET OF LOVELINESS is chiefly the preservation of a fair complexion- Nothing about a woman is more attractive than a clear sole skin., delicately tinted, smooth and faultless. The complexion requisites we sell are- -popular because they never fail to give splen- did results. EEXALL CREAM insures fair plexion. It .-whitens, soften? and soothes, heals and .'.Serves and removes facial ,blemisaes., Sold with the LOCALS I-Iave volt see the show at the Eu- reka this week it's first class ironi the 'stare to Snish. Call 656, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick' message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Gail up Crown Cleaners, corner ot Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 474.. 172-0 Try a box of choice cut flowers from Geo. Taylor's.. please you or your friends, per box up Free greea with all. cut flowers. Phone 675, P. 0. 1353. 246-0 GRAND SOCIAL Caledon- ian Hall Thursday Sept. 6th, S.30. Ad- mission Caledonians and friends 249-2- Always the best and the best only 'at the Eureka. THE LAST OF THE SEASON EXTRA CHOICE FKEESTONE PE1CHES PRICE PER CASE WHILE THEY LAST RIPE TOMATOES PER CASE car d-raW a'ttention to the very fine quality of THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS D .PRODUC'E PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT The wires for'the electric lights on Westminster Road, North Lethbridge. .______________.. have been moved to the new" poles at Calgary1, cloudy LUMBER FOR ALL PURPOSES here at any time and in any quantity. You cannot swamp us not a large order, or give us so small a one that we attend to it. THERE ARE BOARDS. BEAMS, JOISTS, for any kind of building you may be at work upon send you up what you want when you want it. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 TIte tlie-curb ,and row of unsight- ly poles are being removed from the centre of the-street. Immigration- Inspector A. E. Hum- THE WEATHER cioudv SO 54 56 62 50 31 39 50 12 Lethbridge, cloudy Winnipeg, Few fight scattered showers have j tions occurred in Alberta ami north'ern Sas- j Freeman, CiTY AND DISTRICT The antelope season opened On Sat- urday and several parties went out irom Lethbridge :iu various, direc- Link, Dan Jean Laliberti -inspector A. Hum- AU.U. oas- jjfreeman, Jean LalibprTi SfGre yesterday from Portal Elsewhere fair. Tempera-j Gehn left on FriSav bv where he went, to deport to land "soent TTT n v. <.u urn TAT? irr- A c-r- r u oaourciav hunti Family and Dispensing Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door vw v.vrUiu ,.u MK: -i ci'iU SUiJIll j states one W. C. Dow, who was sent FORhCASl Manitoba and Sas-! Coudorev and Ma j to the barracks here from Medicine few scattered showers, CY'' field" between A E" i I3.J T. Jinn ITVrr AT-. I om ecne Hat oa.. a charge of obtaining money Becoming cooler, by false, pretences by means of worth', less cheques. Otto Larchmon-d, 3 C., president of the j Lumber Co., and of- Ihe M... ntum r Mills Association and secretary of. the latter body, are in' the city for a, day or two "looking :n- _ to the condition of kei on the prairies. Mr. MacEachern, the lumber AlDerta-Becommg with Big Bow rivers CITY AND DISTRICT Mounted Police. Pensioners been busy the1 last -few..; days filling j out their papers and swearing to'! them before justices of the' peace tnd K Belb and Thev e' fine flTV RISTRHT Mr- MacSachem' of Movie, B.C.. irlll .miJU irlJllUti f rchased a house _qn Coutts street the last quarter Bremen at No. 1 nre hall -have Road, Sam'sadowski -the firSt the purchased a new Mason and Kisch joti a half on Round street H TLT ._ TIT- O There snould be a general rally bv- the citizens of. Lethbritige. -tomorrow- at tne various-.sessions of the Am- erican Purity Federation, which win present to the citizens a varievy Of subjects along lines- of- a general re- form movement. These wFI iuli "f practical interest and benefit "to uciuxt; (ji trie peace c-Ud 4.1, utucu notaries, public. Their, pensions fcr piano from the local agency. WcIIsT of MTcleirfour the The cement sidewalks North .DulT Addition, R. :y. Gibbons Co. j. uu iiiijreiV at- on T? the a conference local workers at 9.30 The Youn, Men's Club of PkCC minster ch.urch was reorganized last the Maiestif SreTs south of the C.P.R. tracks. Miss Woodier, Hamilton, Ont ar- rived in the city last night to take a position as assistant teacher at j the Garbutt Business College. I P- Con way, commercial telegraph j agent of the C.P.R. here expects to [leave in the course Of a few days for _ f a couple of weeks holiday trip at the aSEHBB party and others. I. -Mrs. E. 0. Hopkins, Oi North Leth- i bridge, left on Monday for a visit jwith- her sister, Mrs. rH. M. Parrv :or Revelstoke, B. C. H. M. Parrv "is chief of police at Revelstoke and f'or- jmerly .occupied that position in [Lethbridge. I The executive the adult and I senior members., of Westminster Sun- flay school will be "at home" to the executive and adult classes of all the other Sunday Schools'on the North side..on Thursday evening, Oct 13th H. P. Kenny general secretarr oi the Provincial Sunday School Associa- tion will be on hand at the reception. evening for the winter months. Rev. o'clnr-k" i :A- A. Lytlc was elected Hon. Presi- talented members I dent, Gordon Gear president, E. S. party members ot the tourmg Butler vice president, Percy Harding secretary, Fred Simm treasurer, and Stanley True, D. McWhinney, Duncan McNabb to to act with the" otter 61- 3BEEi am ficers as the executive. Plans for the season were discussed. Business meet ings to he held the first and third Thursday evenings Of each month. Fees were set at, per annum en- trance fee, and 50 cents per month MAYOR GAYNOFTIS BACK AT HIS OFFICE Aew York-, Oct. 3.-iiayor William The New York FOR LADIES The Best Shoes in Lethbridge The Triple-Fit Shoe Store We fit thft eye We fit the foot fit the purse FEED GOW Prop. Coaldale Block Round FOE HORSEMEN JOHNSTON'S ABSORBING FLUID will cure inflammation of tendons, wind galls, capped nocks, enlarged glands, boc spavin, hard swellings. AVe have many local testi- monials for this well remedy so can recommend it For sale only at Prescription Druggists Sherlock Block Phone 1232 J- Uaynor is again the active head of trie York city government He came to tne City Hall today and as- sumed the executive reins for nrst time since August yth. last, when a vacation trip to Europe was cuj snort by a -bullet from the pistol ot James J. Gallagher. To.ur cough annoys you. Keep or hacking and tearing the "delicate mem branes oC if you want to oe annoyed. But if you want relief want to be cured, take Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists DO YOU KNOW WHO 1 AM? 3F YOU ASK SOMEBODY. AND THINGS BACH WEEK. YOU ?LI OF LOTS OUT SCRAP terioos ttoiit It Some people have wonder- ed why it is that we do bulk of the lumber not only cere in town, but for miles around. 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 anything in lumber or building mater- ial. No matter what, nor hew much of it, see our stock and get our prices. Rqgen-Guoningliaffl r Company, lioiiteil ACAOIA 1LOCK North Yard, ttt 411 NEW- NOEL'S MEATS. FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We-Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE. f TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Pull Line Of LIME JUICE, GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER ETC HAM, Craddock Vi WILY GROCERS mer PHONE 515 A LARGE HEAVY STOVt No. 2O No. 3O Np.4O No. 6O 4.5O 6.5O 7.5O 9.OO Treasure is a handsome f ull n i ckle Stove with D aplex Grate constructed for ftdf't or hard coal. YOU CAN HEAT YOUR HOME MOST CONVENIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY WITH THE OAK TREASURE BURNS COAL OR WOOD FOR SALE BT The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. We ship out of town daily. The Choicest of Everything in season is always to be had at the Menu and Prices to Suit AH M MURRAY, Prop. PURE, HEALTHFUL, NUTRITIOUS You haa better Pkone 1027 andtave us leave a sample loaf GILMORE, THE BAKER Kussell Street. North Ward. Household Linens-Attractive .Values lowest possible Table Linens 72 in. Ivy leaf pat, yd. .75c 72 in. Lily pat. 70 in. Rose pat yd. ......85c Hemmed cov- ers 90c to flne Linens for Fall, Napkins in a of Patterns; at Napkins Beautiful floral designs, hem- med and by the piece, at from per doz- en 75c to Emb. Linens Pure Irish Lin- en in all sizes 75c Drawn Wk, Runners and tray covers table centres: .60 .85 Battenberg doi- lies .35 .75 SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES "Laurentian" a special brand which we have always in stock and has proved satisfactory S-4 plain sheets, hemmed ea. 8-4 plain sheets, hemmed 50 ea 8-4 twill sheets, hemmed ea. I OUR SPCML SHPFT 40 and 42 in. Pillow Cases............ 9n..... and 25c The Bentley Co.. Ltd ;