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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfte Daily Herald. Tuesday, October 4, CiplliI, Rest ail IJidivided Total Asseis tver Mil Remaifis Feor who saves -every week, or month, or year, a ______ certain amount, no fatter how small. Few ever get rich without doing so. The Savings Department of this Bank provides a safe place savings to accumulate, and grow with the Interest which is added half-yearly. or upward is enough for the deposit. Money may be withdrawn whenever you need it. ATTHETHEAJRES SOME GOOD PLAYS COMING House of. a Thousand Candles" Was a Succets Last Night eal theatre going is now in order and there is every reason to believe that Lethbridge is going to have its best season of footlight productions. The Majestic-theatre under the man- Just as fast as seventeen salesmen cain hand but the BHEADfiNS ;Iri 3 sizes 25, ar 100 pounds. n N SAWS." BELL SAWS KEEN CUTTERS Them All Squares Levels Plumb Bobs Mawls ........fc Mariager. the beat procurable, was borne oi 'io.use of a Thousand Candles" bui' with the .production by Partello Company. It is a good Uu-t a difficult one to .please air audi- unless acted .within tho i perfection. The Partello Comply proved themselves quite ca- pable. Alice Kennedy has a charm and a youtXM freshness that never fails bearts an audience. she was taking a part'Which she is certainly admir- ably adapted to. The character of John Glenarm, the hero ot the story, was well taken care, of by Mr. C. Bur- rows. He has a strong- and plea-sing e was ;i-> more capable Doaovan by Jack ex- remely well portrayed with his in- mitable Irish brogue. A good crowd was in attendance. same company -presents "Polly of the Circus" ise cl staging an excellent variety o? plays. Several first class company's already have been booked'to appear and it" looks as if toere will be-some- thing: at the Majestic each' week -without intermission .all through the winter. That it-is Mr. Cleveland's iu'tention- OAK LAKE BURGLARS 4 ARE UP FOR HEARING urandon, Oct. Carson.. John Newton and Dan Welsh, the al- leged burglars arrested at Oak Lake, were up in the police -court this morn- ing tor their preliminary, .hearing. was a large number of wit L Bates. Mr. Le Paige is m himself- and .received the m: tentioa of-the audience. ere ''the" centre of attractao- upheld by the "The part c by at- tilings lively fortuigJat. first -case taKen up against Carson, charged with snooting with infant; AQ OarSOQ flf ed several shots-at his pursuers'.beforeJ ne was arrestp.d at Oak Lake. f THE C AN ADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVZ INSTALLED IN THKfc VAULT A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IP YOU ANY 7 TlTiE INSURANCE POLIDltS; OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THKHt POM FLWTHEB INPOMHATIOII APM.Y TO Branch C G. Stoves, Heaters, Ranges from which to Picked "v stoves. 't count much in this sale Don't want the stock Stock of Cut- Rogers _- -i m. r o J Boards Nevada or Oregon Silver, wood or bone handles Setts- Rodgers dinner setts; A; certain for soon g got the WQr ing he left live more; a hun- Iwtels town by and finally Walker" and; "Gpoderham even" arn %ith a span of horses and a waggon load; of: 'grown ia when he got- a little boy: who passed your wagon is down and your potatoes' are all aldng- the The man in the wagon together, looked around and replied "I'm too lull for utterance." Now its a well known iact -Hiigv the hardware man, don't touch liquor but he of hardware-full of paint-full of stoves, heaters afed ranges-full of nails and screws- full of of tubs-full up on guns, rifles, ammunition, revolvers and cartridges-full up on washing machines and wringers. Saws and Mechanics' Tools. In fact, according to The Evely Sales Co.- TQO FOR REDPATH ST. LOOK FOR THE SIGN "LOADED" LETHBRIDGE. Are good stoves Ling's range the finest, larg- est and inost. comprehensive in town. Unloading prices settles the stove problem. Guns and Rifles Guns and Rifles Get Our Prices Galvanized and Japanned I guess Ling thought nobody else handled coal scuttles, judging from the quantity he Every size inade. So the prices are DOWN A couple of hundred or niore liere.: BOOEaiATS u LIKE HE DID s f, Koped Extension Ladders. All Lengths. GOOD PRICES OJS7THE WHOLEWOBKS PUMPS BEEP WELL PUMPS. IBON PUMPS, AND CHUBNS, And WASHING MACHINES. In 57 varieties like Heinz's Pickles. T T and Coal OU Wanted-every-day lines CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP. ;