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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best a Day Hotel in ,i 'Alberta Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Beit A. Most Convenient-, Place to Stay "Stewart" Ranges are Prime Favorites take quicklv .-and i u O V "Whenever used they please the owner in every way. They are -economical on fuel, and burn hard or sofi coaJ. or wood. They are constructed on the very latest improved plans, giving a perfect control all times. is the Range for you. sell them throughout this ivhole west country in great num- bers, and wherever they are sold, other sales always follow. Let us show them to to COOKTJX'G UTENSILS We shoT? an immense variety of high-grade goods, specially macSe for private use. The lines include complete assortments of Fins Enamel Ware, Tin Ware, Copper Ware, Cast Iron Goods, Steel and Wire Goods of ail kinds. TWO CARLOADS OF HEATING STOVES just arrived. ick Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAJL REDPATH STREET PHONS O. BOX 670 attention to'maii ortfsrs KERB'S PROVISIONS ABE THE BEST Sweet Potatoes. 3 Ibs. for 25c Ripe Tomatoes, per case Ripe Pears, per case. Crab Apples, per case Peaches, per case Tokay Grapes, 75c per basket The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr 5 Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegctablei and Crockery Phone 1453 The the Ririg by Geo; Barr McCutcaeoa- The Varmint by Owen Joncson Jancy Canuck in the West Emily Ferguson 'The Right Stuff by Ian Hay The Husband's Story by'David Graham Phillips Nrw WWtnty BJsck First door wesi tlnion Bank nU writtr Phone 1265. PBESCPJTTIONS have beeii' dispensed by J. D. Higinbotharrt Co. Ltd. We never cease our ener- .Sies in searching for the best in everything for the dispens- ing department. We buy only the finest-chemicals for pre- scription work. We pay 'high salaries for the "best dispens- ers that, can be obtained. No- thing is accepted for 'stock is --not up to the highest standards. .'O.ur experienced dispensers miisC" ..show a "min- ute knowledge of'all prescrip- tion ingredients; That is why we say we are second to none in. the; dispersing-ime. For .accurate, go to 'or send to- BI-S'rXRSS1 LOCALS C. Cooksley, milliner, Is moving at the end of October into the Royal Bank Block, She will sell her high class stock of millinery at 20 per cent. oH, to reduce stock be- j fore moving. I Call b'5'5, the Lethbridge 'Messenger j Service for quick message and gage delivery. 'Office 307 Crabb St. .210-0 i" Another good show at'the Eureka i this week. Call up Cleaners, cornel o! anil site Methodist church. Jhone 474. 172-fl Another good show at the Eureka THE LAST OF THE SEASON EXTSA CHOICE FREESTONE PEACHES PRICE PER CASE WHILE THEY LAST RIPE TOMATOES fl.OO PER CASE We .would vour attention to the very fine quality of the car of fruit1 we just received from Washington. Place your orders the quality and price is right. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCED PHONE 523 PROMPT DELIVEDY HAM, NEW- NOEL'S MEATS, FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE, TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Alao A Full Line Ot LIME.JUICE. GRAPE FRUIT, HOOT BEER. ETC. Craddock Vinef GROCERS PHONE 815 A GOOD DEAL IN LUMBER gives us. the opportunity to, offer a large and fine stock to builders and contractors at a reduction. WELL SEASONED TIMBER only is represented in this consignment. includes hard "and soft woods for all building purposes. 1 this week. Try a box "of choice, cut flowers from Geo. Taylor's. Sure'to please you or Tom: friends, per box up. Free green with all cut Sowers Phone'675. P. 0. Bos 1353. 246-0 The 2 Juggling Tngrarcs 'of the Norwoods at the Eureka this week j GRAND SOclAi, Caledon- ian; Hall Thursday Sept. 6th. 8.30. Ad- mission Caledonians and friends only- Calgary, the lair i night. SOOTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 A LARGE HEAVY STOVE No. 2O 4.SO No.3O 6.5Q No. 4O 7.5O No.6Q 9.OO is a handsome f u 1 In i c k 1 e Stove with Duplex Grate constructed for soft or hard coal. YOLMCAN HEAT YOUR HOME MOST CONVENIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY WITH THE OAK TREASURE BURNS COAL OR" WOOD FOR SALE TheMcKebWri Hardware Co. Ltd. We ship -out of town daily. WEATHER 52 55 53 60 13 23 -so M -04 CITY AND DISTRICT A meeting of the business men be called to receive the report of its Family and Dispensing _Chemists Night and 'Day Telephone. No 322 Night Bell on Front Door nffTPn nm) PISTR J! IT WILL HELP YOU DECIDE if you are in doubt about, the efficiacy of Palmer's Liquid Green Soap as a shampoo, if you would try; it at once. It is an ele- gant preparation for cleans- Ing the scalp. It leaves the hair soft with beautiful lustre. For sale by Co, tllerta Drill) and B Prescription Specialists L amr, Hgr. A. J. Ivlacdousall, barrister, went to Pincher Creek yesterday af- ternoon on legal business. H. Stoceke, of Calgary, -general j manager of P. Burns is in the jCitv today on business. J Sons pi England R. R. to- night, "Military mem- j bers are requested to attend. ,A young daughter was born'to Mr land Mrs. E. P. Barker. Roval View :on Oct." 1st. i Aid. Robt, Sage returned this morn iins from s. two day.s' tri? 10 Cran- i brook. B.C., and other Pass towns, I _ Three able addresses or.- Important issues will_ be delivered tonight at the by -three able speakers. .Don't fail to attend. No admission. Benton Hatch, who moved roc-eat Iv to Great Falls, Mont-: vhere ho v.-jLi in future reside, returned hrre night for a few'days on business. A big mass meeting will be held in the Majestic Theatre tonight, when! ino ir-embers of the touring 'party oi f tnc American Purity Federation will address thc meeting cr-iestions of the hour TO civic and mor- al reinrm. Xo admission. Evervbodv invited. if- -i T" -T' j ia 'Saskatchewan; Pro? T ftV' Drake" !turHed '-fa Manitoba Light< S-iVpT" f Dr- rains -acd in northern parts snowfalls rei at Majestic rains..in nprthern parts, and T .falls; have occurred throughout Sas- honor Judse Carpenter, came and. Manitoba, down from Madpoti last .-night to i FORECA-iJT: Manitoba i clear up-, the- District Court docket j left over by His Honor Judge Winter rnnl last week. Chas. Smith, a was ar- rested loitering and.Le- ing unable to give a -satisfactory ac- count of himself. He "was this morn- ing given hours to eefc out of UMVU General Manager 'p. L. Naismirb, i of the A. R. L Co., left this morn- ing for Winnipeg and the east on I business. i H. H. High River. down from that place last night chtcr the Gait Hospital, where will undergo an operation at bands of Dr. F. H. The various W praver meetings of the The been "quite coot" in f-.0rnmittee (in of j Alberta and 'durias: thc night, quite Pace's written snswer i .-_ in tne matters dealt with the yxfcich is expected-tomorrow or Iii- Cont. Kronins. who has been allot- led the somewhat unpleasant job of The Choicest bif in season is always to be had at the Menu and Prices to Suit All CITr DISTRICT .The 'AAndrews school rally.will be held noon, Oct. North vited to be The eiectiou of'benchers of the A I- mark, before he. is through. Alex, Shinagle, a-farm laborer, was by Constable' Brown loitering of the back alleys on ll-uinl found in one TT. a e d morning. He had S136 in American to he the Lierta Law will be held on U1 American Monday, XovemTJer 7th. The when arrested and ta Society now has 255 bers, entitled to vote for heochers. so paid the fine. At the police station this morning C. J. EcksTorm and A. E. Eastern the Bcemner Electric Co. were rre'd evening have purchased the grocery stock and citv have business oi the latter's brother. T in Easlon. on Thirteenth been withdravv-n for this order that all may have the The latttr has been ordered bv lest of attending th" bi; mass doctor to leave Lethbridge for iug at theatre tonight at health. 8 .o'clock. it? FOR MEN. Xlie New York FOR LADIES The Best Shoes in Lethfcridge The Sho Store We fit the sye We fit the foot We fit the purse FEED GOW Prop. Coaidale Block Round St. FOP, HORSEMEN ABSORBING FLUID vill onre tho tendons, -wind galls, onppcd bocks, enlarged grinds, bog spavin, hard swellings. We have many local testi- monials for tHi? well tried remedy so can recommend it For sale only at Prescription Sher.'ock Block Phone 1232 Arc you Prai- rie Chicken shooting! If so you will need shells and perhaps a gnu. We can give yon the leading- shells loaded with the pop- ular powders, and ha.ve a splendid stock of guns to choose from. Prices of shells to Guns to the for 11.IV A. 'ford-Agnew Co. street north, his his j V.. P. .J. A.fcjcS.ti'ier has' opened an i optical dr-partmen1; in connection with j his dine; sr.oro in. N'orfh Lethbridge. Mr. Alexander is ar. honor of the Canadian College, and has had tea years' experience "in the cast. The Ex'-hange, Al- berta :-old Berlin, OnL, parti'.-s the IN" quarter sec. 2-10-15, near Purple Springs, and the. jS.E. quarter 19, and N.E. .quar- 1S-7-I7. The price-of the i former S20 per acre. Ralph Wickham, of Claresholm, who eanie to Leihbndge some weeks ago j to an operation-which meant the re-break ing and setting oi a brok- en ankle that had been allowed to so unattended, returned home yesterdav i Thc-operation was entirely, "successful and no ill effects from the' injury fe- i main. K. J. Rill has purchased the hand- J some residence recently erected at the soulh-rast corner of Seventh avenue south and Twelfth street, by H. Bv-i i ers. He. expects to move into it from his old ;homc on Sixth street [about November-1st. 5 Rev. W. of St. fv- j prian's church returned last night from wlierf he went to-'at- i tend a .special meeting of the ex-icu- ilivc'CQinmittoe-'of which ihad been called .to deal with'M.S.C. :C. work and other matters! i Leicester Steel. electric power jand light Lethbridge, have been the sub-contract for the electrical conduit installation bells, fire-alarms and electric clock .system in the now Fleetwood school, by Smith Bros, and Wijson, building contractors. A big, husky, well dressed young lellow applied to Chief of Police G-ii- jlespic. this .morning as police court was .proceeding, and said that he wanted to to Great Falls, but had no money. Would the chief give enough money to get there. The chief replied that hr couldn't, and advised him to get a job and earn enough to taKc.him there.. Thereupon the young man lett .the. station with elephantine tears rolling down his checks. SI _ and cost for infraction of the building, by-law by commencing wir- icg a house without first the necessary permit. Supt. Reid ami Inspector McDonnell of the citv electric department, were the Com- plainants. the 28 and 27 5. k 31. at the corner of Fourth and Fourth, avenue south, with barr. standing; thereon, from Furman The Jatier then turned around and purchased the Brown ranch of 1100 acres on the -St. river, S miles from iiom Mr F. C. Lowes boih The price-paid is not given out in either case. 's h'otSiing Kjs- terioos It Some people have wonder- ed why it is tbat we do the bulk of the lumber business, not only here in town, but for miles aro.und. 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, tban 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 how much of it, see our stock and get our prices. iiioer Company, LinHten" ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, CIS iMl Yart, 4tS PURE, HEALTHFUL, NUTRITIOUS You liad better Pkone 1027 and kave us leave a sample -loaf GILMORE, THE BAKER Russell Street. Household Linens-Attractive Values _ Extraordinary values in fine Housekeeping Linens for Fall Irish Linen Table Covers and Napkins in a variety -of patterns; i-mbroidery Linens; Drawn Work and Doilies: all at lowest possible prices. i able Linens 72 in. Ivy leaf pat., yd. .75c 72 in. Lily pat. Yd.....Si.OC 70 in. Rose pat.' yd......85c Hemmed cov-i ers 90c to Napkins Beautiful floral -.designs, hem- med and by jhe piece, at from per doz- en 75c to Emb. Linens Pure Irish Lin- en in all sizes Drawn Wk. jftunners and tray covers table centres: .60 .85 Battenberg- "doi- lies .35 .75 SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES a special brand ;which we have always in stock -and has proved satisfactory S-4 plain sheets, hemmed ea. S-i plain sheets, hemmed ea 8-4 twill sheets, hemmed ea. I OUR SPCIAL SHEET 40 and 42 in. Pillow The Bendey Co., Ltd. ;