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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Xfc MilittMfc. THE JLACt TO STAY to i UttMy to MUM mi Heaters Heaters Heaters received our Urge shipment of Heaters, and wo oau gafely say that we have the torgett and beet assorted stock a ever brought into Leth bridge. We have Oaks and Hot Blaata in various and prices that will meet your and you are tare of a MAXIMUM amount of Leaf from'a 'MINIMUM amount of fuel. Our are complete and well assorted. We carry the following in stock Monarch Malleable S Round Oak Stewart Favorite .We would be pleased to have you call and examine our Heaters aud before buying The Hick Hardware Co. 62 WE SELL FOR CASH REDPAT EET P.O MASS MEETING October 'Ladies' Home Journal A second lot received Couie Early mEITSOITS B8815T88E 1st tor Vest of Ira Ink Phone Agents for Underwood Typewriters. w I Rare: One reason why vre have so many prescriptions to Sll is that we take special pains to have a complete stock of the rarest and most uncommon drugs as well as of the drngs called for daily. Better bring your pre- scriptions and house reci- pes here for filling and be sure of getting wh t is called for. Stock-Taking SALE 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT During next iO days k n all Hand Bags Latest Nevr York fashions J. D. Family and Dispensing; Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Niffet Clerk The Store of Quality A Few Crates PI u m s Left to clear at PHONE 21 C. UUDBEER CD. U Will gpewk OQ the Public Questions or the uuy m Oliver's Hall ItalKsday toning OCTOBER 7th Chair will be taken at 8.30 Messrs. Magrath and Ives are invited to be present and Fill be given aa op- portunity to address the LETHBRIDGE LAWYER WEDS. THE WEATHER. B. Morton CUimt Toronto Girl as 30.) '-.T A happy event took place at St. church at hall-past two o'clock to-day, wlieii Mr, B. Morton Jones, son of the Rev. and Mra. Sep- timus Jones, ;vaa married to Mary Kathleen, second daughter- pf Mr. and Mrs. George F. Hagarty.. Cayley" .-performed the ceremony in the presence of a large number ,of relatives and friends, assist.-d by the Kev. Webb. The bride was e'e- coited by her brother, Mr. Dudley Hagarty, who gave ilier, away, and had threii bridesmaids, her sister, Miss "Annie7'Hagarty, b.iug maid of honor. The latter was gowned in pale blue Liberty satin, embroidered with vari- colored beads and trimmed with Duchesse lacy.. Her large mush- room-shaped hat M was ma'de of same, and had a lace crown. Miss Dorothy Gates, cousin of the bride, and Miss Cecil ..Vaa Sittart, the other bridesmaids, were attired similarly in simple frocks of pale blue marqui- Sitte, and hats to match. All carried trailing bouquets- of, Rich- mond roses and .wore the bridegroom's favors, pearl brooches, and in the case of the maid of honor, a-matrix THE FOOT TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the FEET NELSON GOW Edmonton, raining IS 4S 34 ii Igarvv cloudy 02 52 36 rain....... 09 67 34 11 63 37 Medicine Hal, fair 53, 32 Red-Deer, rain 53 34 18 38 35 V-V. "-All -west settled and cool. Occa- sional .or sleet, clearing in Al- berta OR Tuesday. GENTLEMEN When you want your suits cleaned and pressed go to Mark Johnston for a first-class job. We guarantee all work to be satisfactory. M ARR JOHNSTON Bchbd BalBtril fold Pint m Called for aid DefrtreJ :The dates of the tHe Su- preme at Medicine "Hat and "LethbridgB -coming on election day; willjtie postponed. set-by the Judges. -Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Prouse, of In- gersoli; .Ont., -arrived in the city last night, and will make their home her i: Mr. Prouse is a brother of the Misses Florence Kdith Prouae, of this A meeting of the Quarterly Official Board.of Wesley church is called for tbiiiprrow (Ttlesduy) evening .at" eight consider proposition of the young men fur ihe th? youag' men'-s; -parlors and recreation room for thei winter. Hferta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists i I. B, ilPWLHgr. IHHUltSE The Eagles meet tonight. A good turnout requested. Get your office books put into first- class shape. To do this get J. Frank Thomas, public accountant, on the job. He'll deliver the goods properly, j Two cars of settlors' efi.cts came} in this morning from Eckman, N.D. i P. M. King is the owner, lie will at Coaldale. DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Xow located in MacdonaTd Block. Cor. Round and Red path Sts. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. A full attendance requested .at the meeting of the Eagles tonight. Have your books looked over by J. Frank Thomas, public accountant. Mrs. J. J. Johnston returned from the Coast Saturday evening. Complete change at the Bijou to- night. Miss Jean Duncan is the guest of Mrs. C. G-. K. Xourse. G. P. Smith, of Calgary, has open- a law office in Nanton. D. H. Elton has returned from an trip to the Pacific Coast. Mrs. Thos. McAfee, of Moose Jaw, Sask., is visiting Mrs. F. McFarlane. E. H. Hall, jeweller, formerly of Lethbritlge, has opened a store in Hosmer. John George, ex-Conservative M. P. P., Port Elgin, Ont., was in ttr city yesterday. The meeting of the Y.M.C. called for Wednesday evening has been postponed until Thursday evening. J. Frank Thomas, public account- ant, will get your office books in shap; for the fall rush. Madam Normhn's danc Tuesday, Oct. Gth, Oliver's Hall. Admission 1.00. Dancing from 10 until 3 a.m. At the Bijou for two nights, the presu dramatic story written by Shak-spear-, "Macbeth." Wilbur Thompson, who has been turquoise_ring. Mr. S. Casey Wood Mr. W. Asheton Smith, Mr. Grant Neill, and Dr. Me ushers while Mr. John: Jellett was best man. The bridal gown was of softest white Liberty satiu and Duchesse -lace, a fine old scarf of Carrick-ma-cross formerly- the property of the- bride's grandmother, swathed about the skirt. A long tulle veil was surmounted by a chaplet of of? ange blossoms, and a bouquet of lily Valley completed the charming bridll toilttte. Mrs. Hagarty after- wards held a reception at 21 Walmr road, which was charmingly "decorat cd for the occasion. In the ternoon the bride and bridegroom, went away to New York for a fort- night, thejormer traveling- in- navy- blue chiffoa eolienVv'Wth trimmings of soutache braid irr-various colors, 'and_ a cerise hat. and Mrs. Jones' will to Torontp before going to their new .home' in Leth- bridge, Alts. Mn Jones' gift to the ushers were p.arl pins, and to Mr. Joliett gold cuft. liiilcs set Avith dia- monds. ELLIS ON MILLING CO LTD. J OUR BEST FLOUR for BreaH sri This has been acknowledged to be one of the .milletlin Western Canada, lie sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON FLOUR And see you get it. We only ask one (rial and we are then sure of your. trade Dealers! See that you are getting' the Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBK1DGE, EAYMQND .AND G W. GKE EN; Manager W. F. Tate has sold out his jewel- ry business to Raworth Brothers; The Herald is sorry to see Mr. Tate leaye town for many reasons, the principal one of which is that Granbrdok never had a'bett-T Her- ald. sale of horses and im- plements at. G -.aluir's ranch on Sat- urday was a great success. Every- :hing was sold, and good prices were! realized by Gus Xeidig, the auction-1 eer. 1 The iteminica Express Co. has cut ht'ir rates on express twenty-five hundred pounds frojn points >ast of Sudbury. The iiiw rate ap- >lies only to parcels weighing over fifty pounds, Milton JScott, of Gridley, Cal., who eft Orton some months ago, arrived n town on Wedn.-sday to transact business. He says the California cli- mate has done him worlds of good, health being greatly benefited. He .vill be here about a month before returning Chronicle. Littie Cash Required to buy tee Com- fortable Houses MAY COME TO LETHBRIDGE. Ex-Mayor of Grand Forks, B.C., Resident. Our Guarantee It has always been pur intention to deal honestly. It is still our intention to deal honestly. We stand behind every piece of material sold. Our prices arc rigiii.. Sat- isfy yourself. around Lethbridge for some weeks, returned to Bratnpton, Ont., tonight. Mr. Thompson is thoroughly satisfied with th> country, and will probably re-turn to settle here. Drs. Do Vc-bt-r and Campbr-ll movod to thfir new offices in thf Macilonalil Block. Mrs. J. Murray will not rr-ceive tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 6ih, or again' until next month. C. K. Sydal. latn of the A. Macdon- ild Co., has ;icc pted position of Accountant with the Sta- tionary Co. Tin1 municipal voters' list has be Jn in thf city office. Ratepayers w to it that thoir on. 25 i.s ihe last day to application. liiinser Co, ltd, Phones Mui Yird Nartk of Track Ofee Camphor Cream 25c Tube This is an Excellent Heal- ing Preparation for Rough- ness of the Hands and Face. J, Johnston FTesrripCv-: Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- THE PIONEER OF THEM ALL. Clarence Bennett's "The Holy 'is the first and original John the Baptist play. It is the only one that has a real success. All others are mere imitations. It tho only one that tells the beautiful okl Bible history with the spirit of reverence and devotion. The only >ne that narrates the purj simple story of the coming of Christ, .His Crucifixion and Resurrection, true to Bible history, tnie to all the details of our denr old faith Others have sprung up in-nmitation, but they were irreverent and impur1, and they fail- d. In these da'ys of progressive thought playwrights and theatrical managers think it necessary for ihf fma-ncial success of a play iff intro- duce immoral scenes to cater to the morbid and deprav-d tastes of the vicious, thus profaning even the sa- or. d themes of the Bible; but Mr. Bt-mu'tt has proved beyond a doubt 'hat a pood, pure and beautiful reli- gious drama can win financial and triumph and lasting suc- fir-ss, this wonderful play has rr-ady made a small fortune for its author. Will appear fit Lethbridge' on Monday. Oct. 12, at Oliver's Hall. Road; near elevator; 4 rooms, one storey; new brick foundation; water, and pantry; easily worth" cash required i. Ave.; good new 7-room house; brick foundation, on two lots; v This house is easily worth Ave.; 5-room hou6e; te foundation; cash re- quired Cutbill yst.; storey; 6 rooms; water, electric light; cash re- quired, TV. -5300 Ave.; storey, a rooms, with water and .-Vctric- light; cash to Ave.; 1% stor.-y, with water "and electric light; brick foundation; cash required, to Wytney Block 1 Piano Tuning W. H. FieU PRACTICAL EXPERT Will be here on Friday and will remain for a short time. Leave orders at Armstrong's Jewellery Store. Grand Forks, B.C., Oct. very pl.-asant evening was spent by the members" of the Knights of Pythias of the city at their1 lodge room last Friday, the-occasion being ihe pre- sentation" of a cabinet of sterling sil- ver containing some five dozen piec s to Each piece of silver was suitably engraved, as was.also the plate on the cabinet. The presentation was mad by Tast Com- ma nder Ernest Miller who, in pre- senting Mr. Hammar with the key of the cabinet, expressed the regret of the lodg> in losing so able a mem- bar, and one who had always taken a very active part in all lodge matters. Mr. Hammar, who holds the office of Grand Chancellor of British Col- umbia in the Knights of Pythias, made a short speech, thanking the members for their both in tlie past and at the' present time, after which a musical program was ren- dered, and the serving of refresh- ments brought to a close oni of the most pleasant functions of its kind ever held in the city. Mr. Hammar, who has been for some years local manager for P. Burns and Co.. is leaving the city shortly, either for Rossland or Loth- bridge. H; has held the highest of- fice in the gift of the people in this city, being vtwice elected mayor, rvnrl has always been one of the movers in anything which went for th1 benefit of Grand Forks or the valley, and in him the city will lose a good citizen. A NEW THEATRE Professor J. A. Mason, "dancing uia.ster of Calgary, was in the city jn Saturday. Professor Mason and his pnrtner, Floyd Hampton are the proprietors of the new Eureka Th, door north of the Hor- aKl office. The form of entertainment fit thn Kiuvka will be high class moving pictures and will not be excelled by the bvst. Watch, the opening an- noiriei'irunt for programme, etc. At torn! the first performance which will br> put on ;it Iho end of the Have Removed To MacDonald Block Room 8 Y Fruit Wholesale or. Retail.. Groceries The best on the market Ice Cream which now requires no recommen- dation THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone M. Merchants Contractors We have the teams and we're here to do the business Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get onr prices before placing yonr orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props. _, This merely -from our- selves and without corporation, might seem somewhat sweeping and but when the state- More chickens have been identified ment is substantiated by our custom- you can put jt down as the plain at the Canton-Ardell shack near P'air grounds. On Saturday W. A. Hamilton recognized two of his good Plymouth Rock roosters, which he valued at nine dollars. Further pro- s cutions'are likely to follow. Mrs. F. E. Mason will receive for the first time this season on Thurs- day afternoon, and afterwards oa the first Thursday of each month. 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 237 of tho. Dominion Election Act. Frederick George Foster, Returning Officer. Medicine Hat. Alberta, October 1st, 1903. unvarnished truth. There are no better Confectionery obtainable than you get when you buy here. More- over, you may pay more for inferior Candies, but the highest prices can- not buy better. It will pay you in dollars and satisfaction to deal with Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor FOR SALE. Shack for. sale. Apply cocks, P.O. Box W. Wili- 2506 WANTED. young lady as clerk. Ap- ply The City Bakr-ry. 250-1 FOR SALE. Shelving and counters. Apply F. Kirkham, at L M. Banks Co.'s old stand. 2500 ARE YOU TIRED Wish .somo penile stimulant, means to obtain r.-st- ful sloop? Alberta's Pridi- boor b.vals medicine all hollow for that purpose. Its purity, its fine taste, its other good qualities, recommend it to the bachelor and tho family man aliko. BLACK SPRING VALLEY Ulnok Spring Sept. farmers are taking advantnpi of it by hauling thr-ir grain to town. Kvrry onr enjoyed Unv lecture also the dance Saturday and quite' rx nnmlvT of tlv BowvihViies took out thoir citizen papors. Robert Burns sUirtod Wednes- day morning for their old home in Got the Alberta's Pride northern part of Minnesota. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Miss Ella Brnndvold came homo Saturday and the Sat- urday evening. I perfect results of carefnl cnlinary efforts, the true de- lights of fine cooking are KnoTvn only to users of Happy Thought Ranges Remember that there is no substitute for this range. It has r.o equal. There can be none just as good until perfection meets its match. CALL "AND SEE THEM HAYR EROS. Successors to G. L. Vrooman 4.4 Phone 75 ;