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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tm Heaters Heaters Heaters jW received our Urge gliiproeut and AMI lately that we have the fergMt aborted stocki ever iuto Hot BUitt in various and that will meet qui of a MAXIMUM amount of jbeat from a MINIMUM amount of fuel. complete and well assorted. We carry .the in atock %f IVitJPiltti Round Oak Stewart Favorite We would be pleased to have you call and examine our Heatt-rsand before buying The Hick Hardware Go. BROWN Mm I Week Oct. 12 WE SELL, FOR CASH RtDPATH STREET P.O. Box 670 -S r -S V V' i faints and Mist's f Jateriais nfinsoirs ran sum 1st tar let if MM lot 251 Agents for Underwocd One reason wliy "we have so many prescriptions to fill Is that we special pains to have a complete stock of the rarest 'and most uncomraon drugs as well as of the drugs called for daily. Better bring your scriptions bouse reci- pes Here for filling and be sure of getting t is called for. Stock-Taking SALE. I 25 PER CENT PISCOUNT During next 10 days n all Milligrams E3F _ My: Itenlnt WELSH Cofcfcfri Cfcmckr Wallace Ladies' Hand Bags The Store of Quality latest New Motion Hctwes THE FOOT EVERYTHING for the FEET Of V t fail to the OPENING PERFORMANCE Admission-Adults 25c, Children 15c 1LU30H EUV ATOfc CO. LTD OUR BEST FLOUR fir IrtHaii This has bee.ii acknowledged to lie one of the Floun Dulled in Western Canada, 15e and ask your dealer for And see you get it.' We only oce trial and wo are then gure of your trade Dealers! See that you are getting. the Flour yourCustoiueri i LETHBR1DOE, ?TBAYMOND AND MAGRATH GREAT MEETING AT HAT (Continued -from Front v that to i timber AinuW 'fn: rela- tion rto- Mr: Amies' charges- unless the Latest New York fashions mm. and Dispenser Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Nicht Cteik IOIY AND DISTRICT V 1 llterta Drug and Bock Co, Prescription Specialists Mgr. LETiilRIKE I Ice cream the year round at Eo- chon's, Miss Hillis, who has bee'n a popu- jlar visitor here for a year, leaves7 for her 116016 in Ontario 'tonight. Mrs." F E. Mason will receive on Thursday and afterwards on thi first Thursday of each month. "The Ellison Milling Co. carload of flour from Magrath to Nor- Temporarfljuarters tt Klill IFUK1 --'V.rv-- audience wished il. In response to cries of 'he' dealt with the question_in the same way he did Lethbridge "on Friday evening, show- ing that there was no extravagance, no' political: 6K gTaJij" and jioint- Jalijk) different em'ployM'' f rom wKat, vofue> the" Conservative "jrulei Great through-; 'efiferiie'iw the" to: hear Sr .cap .fe, jiidgVd fpriv .the' on jfhe piat- forni w ,ere -TejpreMntitiyei froin Walsh, Irvine, Ellcwafcar, Eagle "Buite, jo- seph burg. Seven Persons, Concordia, Wboichester and other FUNDS FOR HOSPITAL I of Gdlt Hospital have decided to _canvas the city for donations of money for the hospital instead of having th6'annual ball. They will endeavor to call at every housi in the city during the month of October. As this will be the naud by-the ladies for a year or this worthy institution it is hoped hat all who feel able to help in this way-will be prepared to-do so when and JRound They.. say ffiere's nothing finer' ihan Rochdn's "Frencn" inea Mrs. Sis. Dr. J. B: of t Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Eedpath, Macleod, Gait and Smith Ste. i Miss Glyn St. and Baroness s- Mrs. Bompas, west Barracks. of open up dental offices in .the rooms lately occupied by Dr. .Cour- tice tor bsUeves'ther.vis a good opening I-London Road. and plenty of business here for an- dentist. Be will return .this Mrs. east of Bar- racks, and Burdetf St. Mrs. and week, arj4 ready to take up The regular meeting oi the Fort- nightly Club will be held this even- ing at eight o'clock sharp at the resi- dence of Mr. W. A. Hamiton, Ar- gyle Ave. The subject is and several interesting addresses will be given. New nvmb.-rs are request- ed to be present. way yesterday." i Mr. and Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse, Miss Jean Duncan, and A. J. McLear leave tonight on a trip "to Spokane. Sask., and other eastern prairie towns iasi night. The last night, of the great drama- i tic scene at the Bijou, entitled "Mac- b.-th." Eochon's Light Lunch Cafe is mak- ing good. Anticipations are realized his' practice on October" 12th. Some p.ople who -intended to go to the Baptist- church--OH- Sunday evening saw the crowd and did not go in. .There.will be a crowd again at tonight's lecture, but extra seating ccommodation: has been providedr nd no one need be without a seat. l.-v. F. W. Patterson, Calgary, will e the lecturer. His subject is, "The [aking of a Homfi." Miss "Waste, ccompanied by Miss Anderson, will ing. Admission, 25c. and 15c. Ash- Mrs! Courtland St. Mrs. Ave. and mead. Collectors will be. appointed to can- vas the streets of the. city. TENDERS. Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until noon Friday, Oct. 9th, for the and delivery oi 120 tons of cast iron and lineal feet of wood stave pipe for force- main for the City of Lethbridge. Full particulars may be obtained at City Engine-r's Office. C. M. ARNOLD, Oct. 6ih. City Engineer. 251-3 LUMBER Our Guarantee It has always been our intention to deal honestly. It is still our intention to deal honestly. We stand behind every piece of material sold. Our prices are right Sat- isfy yourself. there. Two rose bushes in Rev. J. M. Har- rison's garden are coming out bloom for the second time this season. Miss ''McMullin and Mr. Douglas McMullin, oi Leamington, Ont., are visiting their sister, Mrs. Frank Da- vies, on Cutbill St. "Nellie, the Pretty at the Bijou tonight. Well, if you do not pronounce her pretty then we think you're no judge. Public dance nt the Bijou Hall to- morrow night. Evt-rybody welcome. Good music, good refr shments. 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. S. Griffiths, of Grass, Mont., returned home this morning, after spending a few day? in the city. Crumpets and Sally Lunds amvt daily by express at Kochon's from Calgary. He has on hand al til-', time. No troublf to get rid these goods. and How to K'ep Them was th subject at the regular mtfet intr of the Epworth League of We h-y Church last night, Dr. 0. .T Courtice ably handled the subjec which was much appreciated. Thn candidates W.TO admitted to sliip. FOR SALE. Lota, 7 and 8 on Guinness Street 7x127 each. Full Vm. Carter, North Ward, or _at Bent- ey's Store...... 251-6 .......LOST: A black yearling heifer branded B R.; reward if returned to B. R. Talbot, Diamond City. 49-4 TO RENT. Fivi-roomed furnished tottage to rent, for 6 months; can have posses- sion 1st November. Apply 644 Crabb St. 251-6 The Bachelors held a very -enjoy- able dance in Oliver's Hal last night splend'd by the Hub Cafe." TO LET. Three unfurnished rooms; young men preferred. Apply at th- fifth from Westminster road, on Ar- irj'lt- Avr.; tolf phone in the house, No. 13fl. 251-6 300 Boxes Apples To clear out-iii "two weeks to make rooui for a car of winter apples. The qua- lity is no. 1 and the price is the lowest. WANTED. By young man, furnished room in house. Apply Box E, Herald. 251-2 FOR SALE. Shack for sale. Apply W. Will- cocks. P.O. Box 438. 250-G lonifier Co, Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Man Yard North of Track Ofcc RfdpathSt.West Camphor Cream 25c Tube This is an Excellent Heal- ing Preparation forRongh- ness of the Hands and Face. FOR SALE. and counters. Apply F. Kirkhrmi, at T. M. Banks and Co.'s old stand. 250-0 THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Hudson's Bay Imperial Tobacco This is' without doubt'-the very- fbiest pipe tobacco on the> market to-day. It's an even- smoking mixture; and is full; flavored, with a "good' aroma and: excellent flavor. It's and made'vdf to- leaf-only. It not burn the tongue; and ior th'3' economical maa as well" as the man who really appre- ciates fine tobacco it has no superior: -There are hun- dreds _of men in Lethbridge today who -smoke -no other tobacco. Ther2' something satisfying about Imperial Mixture-that no other to- bacco-seems to pbss'ess. Are you- partial to "pipe Imperial Mixture will make them a little more It is sold in_air- tight tins, and has a handy- little arrangement insid.1 the cover that can be moistened" to keep the tobacco from gel- ting drj'. Prices 40c., 75c., and Sailor Caps for the Qiildren The Hat pTroblenr for chil- dren is usually solv.d by a Sailor Hat. They .are be- coming; to .nearly all children and are not expensive. We have a nice leather, mocha cloth, and velvet, in a .number of.differ Prices 50c. to LadiesTascinators The fascinator season- is on in fulL swing.- Have you- a nice- onii, .it. the. one, you "nave" had" for'-some'time and have ,you bsen putting off. getting a new one? A fascinator is by no means most unimportant 'part of the evening and if you the beautiful line we are showing. The prices are ex- trem.'ly moderate for such quality. J -QUALITY ohnston QUARTERS- Piano Tuning W. H. Field PRACTICAL EXPERT IS NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a short timo. Leave orders-at Armstrong's Jewellery Store. Have Removed To MacDonald Block Room 8 A. L S. RIPLEY SURPRISE We had batter values in first- class Underskirts than our present assortmjnt offors. ago the contract was made for these TJnder- skirts, and we bought direct from the manufacturer in such we commanclL'd a special price. We were very careful in buying, and cou- S1LK have a beautiful line of th so and they arc in groat demand. The colors are as the lat .si mands, and come in beautiful shades of red, navy, tnn, brown, and black. The workmanship and material is of the best, and for value this Und r- skirt cannot he excelled. Pricf-s from to HEATHERBLOOW Underskirt comes ii colors navy, brown, grey and black, and has n distinct rustln. Prices to _ fined "ourselv.s to who have riot followed the general ten- dency toward a nduction of the real worth of garments for the purpose of making low prices. Good honest needlework and car.ful work- manship unite to make the garments here excellent value for the money. SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS This lin.- of Underskirts is alao deservedly popular, and we have a splendid ar- .ray. for your inspection. All the popular colors are her.- in blue, brown. and black. They splendidly made. ail guaranteed. Prices from to MOREEN UNDERSKIRTS The now French ripple; has caught the fancy here as in the East, and we have had quite a run on th Moreen Underskirts with the ripplo embod- ied. They .come in all colors, and range price from to Tailored Shirt Waists The best of makers have contribut- ed to our dainty showing. They arc serviceable, very stylish, and come in ChalKsr, Cashmere; and Lustre, in plain and dainty shades with designs floral. We have a fine assortment of colors, in brown, ".navy, red and cream. Prices-from ft.M to S3k Waists Silk Waists arc always fashionable and seasonabl and we have prepar- styles in a great variety of colors arc here, and we have marked down so low that there should ba no reason for your not having one of pretty waists. Prices from I4.M to The Hudson's Bay Co. f ;