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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AT THE AUD e THE HJICE TO STAY Heaters Heaters Heaters have juat received our krge of Heaters, and wo can safely say that we hate the Urgent and tart assorted stocks ever brought into Lethbridge. We have Oaks and Hot BUste in tioet aud prices that will meet your aud you are sure ot a MAXIMUM heat frotn a MINIMUM amount of fuel. Our ranges are complete and well aasorted. We carry the following in stock Monarch Malleable Round Oak Stewart Sask-Alta Favorite m still H. J. Stock took etrtos4 Niiuloa by the same company 0. Hoyt, of McAdam, Mew Bruunwicfc, brother of B. b Hojrt, to the city to take a tioa the Iron Works. backer aud p. B tonjfht on a holiday, lo at Boffulo aud other eoolem poinu. AB reftult of the raid ou uifht a merchant up 'serious "chuge 'of being keeper of house of ill-lami. He a IUIIUBOIIS to appear on and Sally arrive daily by .express at Rochou't from algary. them on baad all the -NQ trouble to get rid of these -INKS- Writing, Red, Copying, Marking and Stamping. Mucilage and Paste and other Office Supplies. HtUTSON'S BOH STDiE 1st tar lest tf MM Ink 251 Agents for U nderwood Making Catsup Pickles and Preserves isn'tali the batt.le. Keep- ing them is quite as im- portant. A sure way to keep yoU.T picklss pre- serves from to seal the bottle with For this Relief Much Thanks Written by Shakespeare or Bacoii many years ago, is repeated in tbe grateful hearts of all who have used Higinbotham's Sure Corn Relief Sold and guaranteed by JJ. lipbotliaiSCo.ltil. The Store of Quality -Haunily uri 49 Resident Night Clerk PARAFFIN I which positively protects them from air. It is not expensive because we sell a pound cake for 40c, enough for 100 bottles. CITY AND DISTRICT W. S. Falrfield and E. J. Eckstorni are at Spokane. J. W. Martin, of Medicine Hat, is in the city. J. W. Boulton will build a store and residence on Westminster "Eoad 1 Miss L. Simm is clerk at the City Bakery. Wm. Evans w build a resi- Prescription Specialists i. H, siPtfl, mum. The F. E. Mason Land Co. sold a tract of one and a quarter sections near Stirling to Edgar D. Risser and Clarence D. Risser, of Illinois. These men are wheat growers in the State of Washington, and their first trip her-2 has been a rev-lation to them, and they wore well impressed with prospicts here, and expect to im- prove these lands and put them und r cultivation. i For anything you want in Groceries Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Give us a call at our Tempo rani Quarters PHONE 21 G. to IEU8II FlUfl THE WEATHER. Forecast., Fine today and on Friday, -with higher temperature. dence on London Eoad. A. Rochon has taken out a permit for a residence on Crabb St. Mrs. P. Johnston is visiting Mi Wm. Neill, Westminster Road. The Indians predict a severe win- ter. Don't forget the opening of thj Lyceum on Oct. .12th. They say there's nothing finer than} Rcchon's French meat pies. Mrs. E. E. Glazier has accepted the position of accountant for the J. Brown Co. Mrs. Southard will receive tomor-i row, Friday, Oct. 9th, and afterwards! on the first and second Fridays of each month. H. N. Gaier, of president of the Royal Collieries, Ltd., is in the c'ity. The Lyceum Theatre opens up Monday evening, Oct. 12th, ..with a big program of refined vaudeville and new moving pictures. A n.-w school district has been Messrs. McKnight Bros., of Milk River ,have exchanged their property krthe North Ward for a quarter sec- tion at Milk River. Ed. Loggan, with whom the exchange was effected, will come to the city to reside. Plumbers, ewaui fitters, eteam Al- ters' h.-iperja, sprinkler fitteri and their helpers, and general pipe ut- ters are reminded that a meeting for the purpoae of organitinf a local un- ion ili the city, will be held in tbe Balmoral hotel this at 8 o'clock. Tbe local organizer of tbe American Federation of Labor will be present and explain the of organisation. .Clarence Bennett's beautiful play, "TheJIoljr which ia considered one of ttar best on the stage, wilVbe seen at the Oliver Hall oh Oct. 12, "The worn by the lady in City" were all made in Paris, and are not only '.as rich and gorgeous as art can produce, but are also historically correct..- Special attention" is called to her gowns in act one in tbe great dance before King Herod; also those of acts three, the latter be- ing specially beautiful. Last night as the band was parad- ing down Redpath St., a hone at- tached to a rig containing two suddenly started into a run at the corner of Glyn. It turn.d down Glyn for a" sharply toward the square. "In cross- ing the irrigation ditch the ladies were "thrown out, one a slight cut on the head. .The bone continued its way across the square. ia -considerable talk, around the streeta as to whether Lethbridge a slating rink thia winter. Many- of young people would should jVs're be one. :A rink" couYd'be-' brectad so that it' might be used "for" -roller skating in' the summer. THis would be a paying proposition: If- nothing is done any individual this Tegard, a meeting of "those interested Bhould be called soon, to discuss of securing to erect a rink. WANTED. Strong boy to work around inill; sixteen or seventeen years old. Oliver Co. 253-0 DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University j formed at Milk River. The school Dental School, Chicago Now located in Macdonald Block. Cor. Round and Redpath Sts. Rooms 11-12 Hoursr 9-12; 1-5. 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. liinmer Co, Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 X Main Yard Ntrti W Track Oice building will be erected this fall. This is the first school district to be or- ganized in the .locality. Ice cream the year round at Ro- chon's. Camphor Cream W 25c a Tube J This is an Excellent Heal- 4> ingPreparationJorKongh- f ness of Face. the Hands and J. J. Johnston n Druggist