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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe Lethbridge THi PLACE TO STAY MB h MMMB-. te mm r i Heaters Heaters Heaters have just received our large shipment of Heaters, and we am safely say that we have the largest and beat assorted stocks ever brought into Lethbridge. We have Oaku and Hot Blasts in various and prices that will meet your requirements, aud you are sure of a MAXIMUM amount of heat from a MINIMUM amount of fuel. Our ranges are complete and well assorted. We carry the following stock Moiiarch Malleable Sosk-Alta Round Oak Stewart Favorite We would pleased to have you call and examine our Heaters and before buying BRAND nude by foreaioit Clothing Hotue who (or fifty yetn enjoyed the highest reputation from Atlantic to Pacific for the manufacture of Men'e aud Boy's Clothing. We introduce the new We buy oar materials ia the best markets We ate the moat improved methods We furnish a better garment at the lowest price Ad far i SOVEREIGN M THE FOOT TOGGERY WE SELL FOR CASH RXDPATH STREET w. e. HAMILTON, OST. MANUFACTUM1NG CO. vWINNIPEG, MAX. RVEIVYTHINC for the FEET NELSON GOW P.O. Box 670 Paints and JrtistV laterials IfflUMS KOI SM 1st Mr tat if ten Itrt 261 Agents for Making Catsup Pickles and Preserves isn't all the battle. Keep-. ing them is quite as im- portant. sure vray to keep your pickles aud pre- serves to seal the bofctle with wnich positively protects them from air. It is not expensive because we sell a pound cate for 40c, enough for lOO bottles. Wterta Drug and Bock Co. Prescription Specialists I, I, TO, Her, LETIIitifiE For this Relief Much Thanks Written by Shakespeare or Bacon many j'ears ago, is repeated, in the grateful hearts of all who have used Higinbotham's Sure Corn Relief Sold and guaranteed by J, D, Bipbotiiam S Co. Ltd. Family and Dispensing: Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT Cal- ..to- the The Siorebf Quality For anything you want in Grbceries Fresh Friirt and Vegetables Give us a call at oar Temporary Quarters PHONE 21 I BttDBttR 1 CO. Swosun to lELSfll IFIUEI Judge Winter came- down from Cal- gary last night. F." -Mcberly, American Cus- toms, officer at Grua, Moat., and J. Moberly, of the same place, are in the city today. F. 0. Cox and A. H. Stott, of Cow- ley, have been looking. over the diK trict for several days .with the result that they have secured 960 each north of the city.' They, alone with some twenty others, will locate on the land; in the spring. MSS MEETING OUICIN OP EDMONTON Will apeak on the Public Questions of the day in Oliver's Hall All the boys of the >7orth' Ward and No. 3 are invited to a boys' meet- ing to'be held at Westminster church on Friday evening, at 7.30. Miss Ruth Erickson and her aunt, Mrs. Du Val, of Elroy, Wis., in the city enjoying Southern Alberta's sunshine for a few weeks. Mrs. G. L. Fraser and family have arrived from Coleman to take up their residence here. Mr. Fraser, as general manager of the Royal Col- lieries, has been here some weeks. L. M. JOHNST-ONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union T-ethbridge. Bank, 23-lyr 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. Co, 111 Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard North of Track Ofice ReflpathSLWesi A. L. Foster made a trip to gary and Claresholm yesterday. Complete change at the Bijou night. Don's forget the opening of Lyceum on Oct. 12th. ..Get around early and secure a seat at tonight's Liberal meeting at Oli- ver's Hall. S. J. McDiarmid left at noon on a holiday, to be spent at Salmon Arm and Vancouver. Mrs. Knauf, who lias been living t with her son, J. A. Knauf, k-ft last night for Belmont, Man. B. X. Shaw, of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, returned last rsight from Calgary. W. B. Guiton, of the Dominion Forestry Department, Indian Head, is in the city. wife and family of F. E. Wil- son, of Wilson aud Messer, arrived from England last night. E. Merino, contractor, (A Frank, is in the city in connection with some building for the Royal Collieries, Ltd. The rrablic dance takes placj to- night at the Bijou Hall. Remember, we stop to rest at 12 o'clock we eat The sugar beet season has com- menced, and everywhere throughout the aroa given to tlu culture of beets everybody is busy getting them to the cars. Mrs. F. N. Stafford and family re-ached Lethbridge from England last night to join Mr. Stafford, who is employed in thf- C.P.R. stores de- partment. F. J. Tvho has beon in the A. R. apd I. Co. freight office for a year and .1 half, hns r. -signed to THE WEATHER. Edmonton, fair ..............52 Calgary, fair ........----.----60 Saskatoon, clear............ .49 Regina, Winnipeg, fair ..............4B Lethbridge, fair ..............60 Chair Will be taken at 8.30 Messrs. Magrath and Jves are invited to be present and will' be 'giveirah op- portunity to address the meet ing. GOD SAVE THE KING Mrs; E. R. Divis, this morning on a visit to her old home at Middlesex Co., Out., accompanied by Stella Black, of Detroit, Mich., who hac been on an extended visit in Leth- bridge and vicinity. f The Mayor is looking for for the city offices .and the police station, as .well as lor a-place to the fire-fighting apparatus. The contractors for the new fore hall want to put in the whole floor of the ing at once; If they do so" it will necessitate the vacating of the -whole premises; .-...o Htar Duncan-Marshall, able Liberal campaigner, at Olivcr't Hall tonight. Dan; Haley; and party have return- ed from their; duck; shooting expedi- tion to the head of the Belly River. Key had the right kind of boys with hem "who, knowing the district ughly, untiring, in their efforts o provide sport.fof the party to bag: shoot of ducks went up into-the lundreds, but the snow fooled, them egardipg the other, game. Needless o add all 'returned heavily with wilh the unanimous opinion that they had had one of the best times of their lives: John Blue, Provincial Librarian, Edmonton, is in the city gathering literature ia the nature of financial statements, annual reports, Is- siud by the City Council and Board of Trade. He purposes making a collection of these from every city in the province for the library at Edmonton. Mr. Blue was astonished at rapid advance: made by Leth- bridge since he was last h.jre a year ago. Lethbridge and Edmonton are making great strides.' The one is the capital of the north, the-other of the south. ELLISON JOLUNG ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR This has been 'acknowledged to be one of the .finest Flours milled in -Western Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON FLOUR And aee you get it. We onlyisk one trial and we are then sure of your trade Dealers See that you are getting the Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AKt> v G W. GREEN, Manager Medicine Hat, cloudy .......60 Port Arthur, cloudy ..........60 The vreather generally throughout the Prairie Provinces has been fair and cool. It has been quite frosty during the night. Forecast. All west fine today and on Thurs- day. a little higher tem- perature. Geo. Preston, 'of Napanee, Ont., ivhn has bjea visiting his sister. Miss Preston, of the Public school staff, has returned to the east, and will go oh through _to__the Old Country. R. E. Margfisson, of the Medicine Hat ranch, one of the largest con- cerns in that part of the country, is in the city today. Miss Woodroffe, of Calgary, has com j to the city to take a position in the. office of Messrs. Skeith Tilley. Beit Lowes, of Calgary, is in the city. The report that we purpose remov- ing from our present premises is without foundation. We will con- tinue to do business at the old Brodie and Stafford stand, Rcdpath Hick Hardware. Co. There gemiine after-pay-day racket at No. 3 yesterday, and as a result seven men arc this afternoon up b fore the R.N.W.M.P. officers. They all charge each other with as- sault, and the charges are about as badly mixed up as was the scrap. 300 Boxes Apples To clear .out.in two veeks to make room for a car of winter apples. The qua- lity is no. 1 and the price is the lowest. THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL M. This statement, ;merely from' our- selves and without corroboration, might seem somewhat sweeping and exliravagant, but when the state- ment is substantiated'by our custom- ers, you can put it down as the plain 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 ,U3. Bochon's landy Kitchen BIJOU THEATRE. We wish, to state-for' the benefit- of our patrons at the-Bijou and the peo- ple of Lethbridge generally, that we have secured the services of an oper- ator who has passed the civil service examination in the United States, wherj the law requires said exam- ination. The present operator, Mr. Harry Cleveland, carries a certificate for the years of 1907 and 1908, and we can assure the people of Leth- bridge at T.ycrum Theatre opens up j Monday evoiiing, Oct. 32th, with a {big program of refined vaudeville and new nr'ving pictures. Piano Tuning W.H. Field PRACTICAL EXPERT IS NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a short time. Leave orders at Armstrong's Jewellery Store. CampteF Cresm 25c a Tube This ia an Excellent Heal- ing Preparation for Rough- ness of the Ho mis and Face. J. Johnston Druggist 4 City Property is Moving List your Property with me FOR SALE. A bay horse, good driver; 5 years old; weight about clev n hundred pounds; drive double or single. Ap- ply C. Begin, near'the Gas Well. TO RENT. Nicely furnished room for rent modem. 512 Round St.-. 252-2 Pictures LYCEUM THEATRE BROWN 8t UP.P...........Managers Week Oct. 12 FOR SALE. A good team of horses for sale; weight about Ibs. each. Apply J. F. Frame, the Drayman. 252-0 WANTED. Wanted, position by young lady, in store or office; experienced. Apply Box D. 252-6 ICE CREAM Sift.DrMs Frrt ni Csdettwsffy BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Keed Phone IJnvo purchasers kinds for all L. S. Ripiey Telephone 294 RooruS MadtMiii Block Reform! Progess! Victory! THE CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE C. A. Magrath AND OTHER SPEAKERS will address the Electors of Lethbridge in THE OLIVER HALL on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9th AT 8.30 P.M. OOD SAVE THE KINO The21ngrams Craedy Eccentric _Y; Jugglers WELSH Ctmlc Cbrader J. W. Wallace In Fkive Latest New Motion Pictures Tip ftr- formancES Daily: MS and 9.15p.m. I ENTIRE CHANGE OF VAUKVH1E IOMAYS AND THURSDAYS if fidves and Fridays Don't fail to see the OPENING PERFORMANCE Admission-Adults 25c, Children 15c The perfect results of careful culinary efforts, the true de- lights of fine cooking are only to users of Happy Thought Ranges i Remember that there is no substitute for this range. It hns no eqaal. There can be none jnstas good until perfection meets its match. CALL AJs7D SEE THEM HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vroomta Phone 75 M M M M M M M MM M M M M M t ;