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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALLTRAINS Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day .Hotti In Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel the Best Most Convenient Place to Stay inakes Housekeeping easier. A dusty carpet keeps the iiouse dusty. A rug can be easily -siiakea and the dust left outdoor. THE SPECIAL FLOOR is made for floors and floors only. M; to walk on. More Inside Floor Paint is used during the Fall than any other time of th'e year. It is the logical time of the year to oairit inside floors and make them attractive, for we spend most of the time .ndoorg during the winter months.. Nothing improves the general appearance of the interior so much as a nicely finished floor. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAfL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 f special attention to mail onSsrs KEEK'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 11. And Save Money The Store of Quality GEQ. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetable! and Croskery Phone 1453 NEW SHIPMENT Accordeoas from to Concertinas Harmonicas Violins to VIOLIN, GUITAR, 'BANJO AND MANDOLIN STRINGS. IWTSOK'S Ntw Slock .-First door west Union Bank Aftnti fir Urrdtrwotrf writer Phone 1265. CONSIDER SERVICE Careful preparation amounts to little unless you get -what yos you want it. That's why we think that ser- vice is one of the points worth considering. Have you forgotten something? Are yon in a hurry? Did you orerloot something? Then call us on tts phone. Tire are ready to serve you in the most prompt manner. iiterteDpygeoiiEeeiiCo, PreEcription {Specialists i. B. SiFLEf, MELLOW BALM Is a delightful toilet prepara- tion for the skin. It prevents and cures chaps, sunburn and is a fine preparation for the face after a share. There is'nothing better and no household should be with- out a bottle. Price 25 cents. Store HISIXKSS LOCALS Shoes bought at. the Royal Shoe Store moving sale will satisfy. Call tj'56, the Lethbricge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Don't forget the bis children's rrat- inee Saturday at 2.30 at the Eureka. Call up crown Cleaners, come- ol Redpath ant! Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 474. 173-0 Get your shoes at the Royal- Shoe Store moving sale, Crabb street. An entire change 01 pictures at the Eureka tonight. Try a box of- choice cut flowers from. G-eo. Taylor's. Sure i-o please you or your friends. per box up. Free green with all Phone 875. P. 0. Bos 1353.' 2-16-0 The Carnation Club -will hold second dance of the Monday, Sept. 10th, instead of Tuesday. The committee will be pleased-'to welcome all those holding invitations. 252-3 Hunting Moose in at the Eureka .tonight Hurry Direct from the vineyards at St. Catherines, carload of CONCOKD, NIAGARAS AND ROGERS ixRAPES This is an extra choice car of fruit. The price for Concords or Niagaras, per basket.................m..... 5Q Rogers, per basket........................................'. 60c See window display. Order now and get the best. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 PROMPT DELIVEDY A GOOD DEAL EV LUMBER gives us tlie opportunity to offer and fine stock to builders and contractors at a WELL SEASONED TIMBER only in this consignment, -vrliich includes hard and soft woods for all building purposes. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 J. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day_ Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door CITY AND DISTRICT City Electrical Inspector McDonald THE WEATHER "52 40 .06 Calgary, clear............... 68 42 Let'obridge, cloudy 70 50 The weather has been lair and- tern- peraturcs have risen over the prairie easL rovinces. It ha en he a11 the leadin UVCJ, fciAC JJ r s-pend Provinces. It has been moderately warm. This morning it is raining a Northern Saskatchewan. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- is relievin leit for the a of the Roy Electric him. F. J. Deane, managing editor of! tew; light showers, but T-LiO- TrV Ir- T _.t -i- f-i i -n v brid_ first time- he has been in- in three years. Hoa. Duncan Marshall, Provincial Minister of Agriculture, returned from Spokane on the Lethbridge Board of Trade's car that arrived back this LETHBRIDGE NEEDS PUBLICITY DOWN EAST Ed Kennedy is months' trip -back back from a four On his way towns and cities, and' declares none of them look so good as Lethbridge. and in none of them -does Drisker than here. 'business appear In spite of the year as far as crops 'are concern- j-- w f CUlLUi- ui i ciJ-i -J. ll. w iiiUVVCiij, UUb Cranbrook Herald., is in Leth-; partly Jain; Saturday fair. je today on business. It is -fair today- andLd ln 'on Saturday, not much looks to hlm as temperature. nas gone .ahead and grown je nas more during the four months he has CITY" AND-DISTRICT Deen- away, than any of the he A practice oi-; the male chorus for going down and returning, Monday evening, 'Oct. 10, programme the possible exception of Winni- wjia uiuiuius. I of the is called ior i peg. But Lettibridge he says The Women's Missionary Society of (Sunday at 4.10 in the auditor- should adopt some kind'of W.f ium ot church. Everv member Westminster church, are eettine up a iium ol church. Eve box TO send to the Indians. Any con- requested to be present, tributions should be sent to the i naviDS tad a picnic this year. publicity campaign in the eastern pro- vinces. He met scores of people who Indians. Anv contributions" be'iJle St. Augustin's Sunday not know where Lethbridge was church next Tuesday aj_ school will meet at the Parish scores more who did not Icnow j at 2 o'ciocl" and will then go for a ride in the countrv in au- tnere such a nlace. church io ie used for church purposes 01" in 0n the previous Round street by Const. ON SATURDAY ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE that place, W. R. Ward, the day !Ppst office, who has been in the'hos- i Pll-al for past ten days, is recov- ering nicely after a serious operation bamiira Poporvik, twentv th" wire of Sam Poporvik, of Stafford- died this morning. The funeral arrangements hav-e not yet been made -I- D. McCutchan, of the Interna- tional Employment Agency, went to I Banff this afternoon to spend a week or ten days.' Ernest E. Carver, architect, Sher- lock Building, expects to leave with Mrs. Carver in about a ninth's time ior a three months' trip to England and the .European -continent. Carver purposes to spend most of his time studying .European styles of building and the latest ideas archi- tectural construciion. Charles Tou'll, of the Dowsley Mc- Millan Land Co., and R. Fairbrother, of the ofbv t stable, were fined S3 cts i each' the usual assessment for com- Drunks. B. FOR HORSEMEN JOHNSTON'S- ABSORBING FLUID will cure inflammation of the tendons, wind galls, capped bocks, er.larged stands, bog spavin, hard swellings. AVe have many local testi- monials for this well tried remedy so can recommend it. For sale only at family came from England about five I months ago, and the father is employ- Jed by Messrs. Campbell, Wilson and jHorne. grocers. The funer- al will be held from the'residence to- morrow afternoon, under -the direc-t BY FAR THE BEST W. J. White of Ottawa, Inspector of Immigration Agencies, wai He had just (returned from where he at- teidjDnj tended both the dry farming tion and the Interstate Fair, Dominion government had an exhibit The exhibit 'was for advertising pur- any competition. The Alberta provincial he says, which won first prize was far and away the best there, the Board of Trade exhibits Lethbridge, Cardston and Ma-c- Cementi walks are ?cond avenue west portion of _ _.. _ ____ Fourth street to -the Castle Hotel has i been without walks ever since the graders commenced -work there only an-d not entered in I months or more ago. Aimer Batema-n. the eight months old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bateman. ciifd at the family home 501 Twenty- first street this morning. The Prescription Druggists Sherlock Block Phone 1232 Are you going Prai- rie Chicken shooting? If so you will need shells and perhaps a gun. We can give you the leading shells loaded the pop- ular 'powders, and have a splendid stock of guns to choose from. Prices of shells to Onus to Everything for the gunner. leod were also White left this trip to Great Falls and will probably return here on Monday. hard to beat. morning on a flying tion of R. G-. Addison to the public cemetery. G-us Neidi_a; has sold out his house business in a portion of the Oliver block to Charles Crisfc. A doorway has oeen put into" the wall separating the two Oliver buildings and the entrance to the Crist room- ing house is at the entrance to the temporary court room and clerk of, the court's offices. Aid. W. Oliver is tearing down the stairway that i leads to the old .Oliver Hall and will I build a two storey structure on the j lot between the o'ld building and' the Alberta block. police court this morning J. J 8. Nordin paid into the city coffers i for being drunk and disorderly. D. Lupul, who was only released yester- day after paying a "fine for being -drunk and creating a disturbance was up again. He was arres_ted last nidit at 5 p.m. on the lawn in front of Dr. F. H. Mewburn's resilience on Third avenue, where he was amusing him- self breaking down shrubs and trees. He paid seven dollars to the city this Imornina for his fun. i GOT THREE YEARS FOR SHOOTING WITH INTENT London, Ont, Oct the fall assizes the jury found Jouu P. Rod- jgers "guilty of shooting with intent j to kill, with a recommendation to t mercy." iu tfie case in which lie was charged with shooting Elizabeth Kranks. on April 5. He was sentenc- I fee's Hotting terioos ttoiit It Some people hare wonder- ed why it is that we do the bulk of the lumber business, not only here in town, but for miles around. 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, than 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 much of it, see our stock and get our prices. Rogeps-Coonioglisni lousier Company, liinital ACADJA BLOCK North Yard, 123 JWM Yartf, 4tt NEW- NOEL'S MEATS, FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN. j TONGUE, HAM. TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Full Line Of LIME JUICE, GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER, ETC Craddock Vi ner CCK BUILDING FAMILY GROCERS In Three Years this Moore's Rangfe is a wonder. Just look at this dandy abvBt slack coal Why? will 'i MMH t save enough on coal bills to pay for this range in three years. .You know our dealer told us Moore's Everlasting Fireback would burn the Gas, the Smoke and the Soot, and that the cheapest slack would do as well as the best coal, and it is doing ,w THE large heavy stove. No. No. 60 No. 20 No. 40 THE OAK TREASURE is a handsome -full nickel stove with Duplex Grate, constructed soft or hard coal. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd We ship out of town daily. The Choicest of Everythihg in season is always to be had at the Menu and Prices to Suit All. ;H. MURRAY, Prop. For Goodness" Sake EAT You Wffl Find It a Treat Phone 1027 or ask your Grocer GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street Ward. Household Linens-Attractive Values in fine Housekeeping Linens for Fall, CoTerS and NaPkins in a variety of patterns; Table Linens 72 in. Ivy leaf pat., yd. .75c 72 in. Lily pat. 70 in. Rose pat. yd. .....85c Hemmed cov- ers 90c to Napkins Beautiful floral designs, hem- med and by the piece, at from per doz- en 75c to Emfa. Linens Pure Irish Lin-; en in all sizes 75c 51.40 SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES Drawn Wk. Runners and tray covers table centres: .60 .85 Battenberg doi- lies .35 .75 "Laurentian" a special brand which we have always in stock and has proved satisfactory plain sheets, hemmed ea. S-4 plain sheets, hemmed 50 ca 3-4 twill sheets, hemmed ea. OUR SPCHL SHEFT 40 and 42 in. Pillow Cases V v ;