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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL NMT Up U ROOMS IN CONNECTION TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PtACK TO.STM IfcM ii LttlDnOflf is tie lllilS HOW Now that the weather has turned cooler, you should fhink of buy- ing your Heater. We hare a good variety of Oaks and Hot Blasts, so call early and have first choice The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 62 5 New Magazines: All-Story Railroad Popular New Idea Designer Courier Boys' Own The Store of Quality A Full Assortment Flower Pots and lardiniers PHONE G. 21 m h i First OH ION Grocery Store in City See our Window for a full line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables The Best that the market affords, in and out of season will be found at our store. CALL AND SEE THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY ROBERTSON'S BOOM 25! New Whitnty Block Agents for Underwood Type- writer Mrs. J. T. Stevenson and children. of Taber, who have been visiting Mr. an'd Mrs. C. Mitchell, returned home. on Saturday- giternooc. J. A. McDonald, is taking a busi- ness trip to Calgary. For months past that onr stock is up-to-date, well balanced and clean. Our recent Stock-taking has proved to us that this is so in every respect, and our patrons are sure of getting just what they re- quire in drugs and sun- dries. Our dispensing de- partment is always ready to fill the doctor's orders as tenants is with accuracy and des- patch. ._ Family arid Dispensing Chemists. a Telephone 49. THE WEATHER. COLD MATHER ISIBE Not winter weather, but that gives you colds. This weather is far worse than good, clear cold winter weather, and you should be prepared. BARK'S COLD TABLETS Insure you against an at- tack if. you take one t _, Wtti whenever you feel a cold i on the sideteack at Kipp, the.pick- I woon he was using slipped, causing j him to fall off the car and land OB Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, clear Lethbridge, cloudy Eegina, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy Brandon, clear Port Arthur, fair 42 43 40 45 46 50 64 31 30 31 16 16 21 32 .00 .00 .00! .00 .00 .00 Weather all over the prairie pro- vinces has been quite cool and high. northwesterly winds nave prevailed; some snow flurries have occurred. Forecast: Manitoba North- west gales and cold, Tuesday cold. Saskatchewan and Alberta: Fair and cold to-day and on Tuesday. fellow Ratepayers: In conformity with a pledge -made to sev- eral of .you a year ago. I present myself as. an Aldermanie Candidate for the coming year. If elected, I will identify your interests r witn my-own in every, Kreje'cted, the loss or gain will be yours. ROBERT SAGE CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. J. M.. Mains, of' Toronto, is in tne city. She is organizing an auxiliary to the B. of L. E. this afternoon. F. G-. James, C. P. R. engineer, and bride (nee Miss To- ronto, arrived in the city on Friday to take up their residence here. Harry Moth, of Midland, Ont., bro- ther of George Moth, arrived in the city today.- He has accepted a posi- tion as pattern maker" in the Leth- bridge Iron Works. This morning as Arthur Sinclair was unloading some timber off a. car George Moth, C. P." R. engineer, who was transferred here from Moose Jaw, has. been promoted to travell- ing engineer over the division to 'ranbrook and Calgary. The Macdonald Printing Company will open a job printing office in this city within .the .next .few days, the plant and equipment- being already ordered. H. A. R. Macdonald is the manager of the new firm and'the of- fice will be situated on Ford street, near the corner of Westminster Road. Entire change of program tonight, i See the famous Traviolas, also R. J.j Riley, the character comedian. New; pictures. Get the Eureka habit. CITY AND DISTRICT A. J. Hunt, late of the Calgary branch of the Bank of Toronto, is now occupying the teller's box at the local branch. Mr. Fred James and of To routo, are the guests of Mrs. Grier- son on their way to Moose Jaw Times. Fred T. Robins, -.veil known in lo- cal fraternal and musical circles, is I opardng' in a week or ten days" a job j printing office 'on Wood St. to be [known as the Lethbridge Quick the'1 material for .which is I alreadyon' ''the. way. I Mrs. J. Jones, the Misses Ai- I leen and 'Ethel, in the city CITY A'ND DISTRICT Mrs. J. H. Cheney will receive for? the first time tomorrow, 12, at .her home, .1221 Bompas street. Mrs. L.. A. Felger will receive Tues day, Oct. 12, with Mrs. Cheney, at J221 Bompas street. Mrs. J. W. Stafford, 30-1 Bartlett street, will receive tomorrow, Oct. I 12 and afterwards on- the. first Tues- day-of each month. Miss Driscoll, ladies' tailor, Otta- wa, Can., who is at presentylh New York City, will open business hern on or'.about Oct. 25. J. H. Kelly, manager of the West- ern Plumbing Co., left Saturday night on a business trip to Regina and points east. Among the students from the "west! who have enrolled at Queen's Unlver-' sity, Kingston, are Miss Henderson, and Miss Jessie Macbeth, of Leth- bridge. Mrs. T. W. McEachern, wife of the local manager :of the Bank of Toron- to, arrived from Winnipeg on Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. McEachern will reside on Redpath street. Mr." Freeman and .party returned on Saturday night from a visit' to the Arrow Lake orchard fruit lands ou the Arrow Lakes. They brought a fresh supply of fruit which is tempt- ingly displayed in the window of the company's office. The party was de- lighted with what they saw. G. J. Bury; general manager of the C.PJL, accompanied by C. S. Ma- harg, supt. of this division, passed through the city yesterday by special train. The trip, was made "for the purpose of inspecting the new line to the west. 'Mr. Bury expressed en- tire satisfaction with the new road. The Masonic lodge at Macleod coming to Lethbridge this afternoon to visit the North .Star lodge this evening. Fancy Slippers We have a nice assortment in Evening Slip- pers in bronze, grey, tan, patent colt and other shades. Also comfortable Strap Slippers in all styles. The Foot Toggery j Cleaning That is Cleaning FRENCH DRY CUNNING the Latest Up-to-date method for cleaning Ladies and Gent's Clothing. All work guaran- teed. Let us kilobaud the will call. Room 1 Whit- ney-block. J. H. WAGGENER, Expert Clciner. Ten Years'Experience. CLEANING AND DYE WORKS. isl of The Canadian Club HON. Geo. E, foster Former I Finance Minis- ter of Canada will Lec- ture on the Live Topic In Wesley Church This iveninq OCT. llth At 8.30 o'clock Admission 50c This will be one of the intellectual treats of the season. Tickets on sale at ail Driig .Stores and at the Herald Office Mrs. W. H. Conibear will receive YCWG MEN'S tomorrow and afterwards on- the sec- I down town am attempt- ing to organize young men 3, boardingr ond Tuesday.. In .spite of 'the warning given out; oa Saturday to join heir coming on. lllierta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists B. KIPLEY, Mgr. to move his LETHBRiBfiE the back of his neck and shoulders on the rail. He was brought into the city but is not tkought to be ser- iously injured. He is around but is unable head or neck. Nearly fifty of the representative citizens of Lethbridge were present at the Canadian Club luncheon at noon today. After enjoying the ex- repast prepared by the Ladies For a first-class pb in j of Weslc-r church- the club listen- -ed pleasure to an elo- and inspiring address by the lies'or Gents: Clothes call at j f the day, Hon. G-eo. THE CnT DYE WORKS Phone 353 last week another arrest was made yesterday afternoon for trespassing on the C. P- R. bridge. Bert Black, of Fernie, was fined for the 'of- fence. Another case ot allowing cows to run at large was heard this room- ing. The offender was fined and costs. The Chinook Club intend building an addition to their handsome build- ing. Architect Williams is now pre- paring plans for an addition that will double the size of the club: This ac- tion has been made necessary by the rapid increase of the 'membership, the present accommodation being inade- quate. Hon. George E. Foster, for manv years 'finance minister of the Domin- ion of Canada and one of Canada's leading public men, will lecture this husband, "who has been located here for the last few months. Mr. and .Mrs. Jones will take up their residence on Coutts street. By taking into partnership H. W. Church M.A., and'- J.'S. Me Arthur C..P.-P. Conybeare K.C. has formed the law firm of Conybeare, Church McArthur. Mr. Church is a graduate of Toronto University I and was until he: came west in the j law firm of Blake, Kerr, Lash and Cassells, of Toronto. For two years More Returns Of the Census DIED CHRISTIANSON On Saturday, Oct. 9th, at Wood street, Minnie j Louisa, the infant daughter of Mr. j and Mis.. Jdhn Christiansixn, .aged< four months. club. For Box 1997. particulars address 0. Additional figures OG. the religious j census have been returned. The dis-j tricts reported are the balance of- No. 3 and Royal View. While not properly in the city proper, for relig- ious purposes these districts are in j practice a part of the the relig- j ious work there being done from! Lethbridge. j. The additional figures from these i of Wesley Of Young Men he was with E. P. McNeill, of Mac-j places are leod, and has been with Mr, Satholic _ __ 205 beare since last April. Mr. Mo Qhuidi of England 37 Arthur is a son of the late J. j Evangelical 9 B. the presbyterian s firm of McArthur, Dexter, Macdonald f Baptist 8 and Tupper, of Winnipeg, is also Tomorrow .evening .in the Young Men's' in the basement there will be. a great rally of young men. of the city. The i old executive have gone to a good j deal of-trouble and get a turn :'0ut of- the city's young men to the annual general meeting tomorrow evening, the Y. M. always been -one -of the live institu- We have adian citizens. A fuller report of'his -address -will be given in tomorrow's Herald: j Jt will pay you to trade with us. Pmneer-Lumber Co. 242-26 Goods 1 and can quote ;you Right y'k Prices Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 Eait Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acadia Block Jdhiistdn's Pectoral Balsam For Coughs and Colds This Remedy is still to the fore and a brisk- demand has already started in for it. Kor sale by J. J, Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST auspices of the Canadian Club "Some Phases of Imperialism." Mr Foster is a very able thinker and eloquent speaker and doubtless when .the hour for commencing the lecture comes, 8.30 o'clock, the auditorium will be filled. Hyde Saunders have just closed a contract for the purchase of over fifty thousand bushels of oats. This is one of the largest contracts of its kind ever let in -this city and and Tupper, of Winnipeg, is also a Salvation Arm'v'............'............... been .one-of the live institu- graduate of Toronto University. i tions ;of .the-city and this bids hpS .1 ?__ 'i fair i-t-c- Sanderson and, with Munson Allen of Winnipeg. He has been in Lethbridge for several months '.with' Mr. Conybeare. The draw for a pair of Etchings by Dr'mger will take place at the Royal SHoe Co.'s store, Crabb St. this even- i i and Refused -information 6 This brings the total number of people reached to The numbers the denominations affected by this supplementary list i ing at All our friends are invited are now j to be nresmt. Roman Catholic..................... 1.4321 j Presbvtcrians 1 324' SALE.-By I j AUTOMOBILE FOB. lew system of (gain., if taken soon. !203 City. Address Box 255-6 Disciples Hebrews WASH. Your Wife with a washing machine will not only save herself a lot of hard labor, but will get the washing done better and quicker Prices from to Stafford Agnew Co. :Tf you live out of town, write us.' Young Men Wanted At the Annual General Meeting of the Ypung Men's Club To be.held in the Club Parlors in the basement of Wesley Church, on Tuesday 8 o'clock All young Men, whether members of the Club or not, or whether they want to be or not, are cordially invited. The Club is. non-denomination- al. Organization will be completed and officers elected. fair to. eclipse its past accomplish- ments. There is additional interest! i in its-.'affairs this year'owing-to the j fact jthat before, the year is .out there is every probability of the club i ing into a .Y. .M. C. A. The club, is non-denominational and its officers and members members of every in the city. Ever since its ..organization the club has been allowed the use of the .basement of Wesley church for a gymnasium and room where there has been a i reading and writing room. The gym- nasium good equipment and under the able directorship of F. A. Maxwell the classes attain- i ed great success. As Mr. Maxwell is unahie. to, undertake the work of phy- sical director this year, the executive is to secure a man who will devote" his whole time to. the work of secretary and physical di- rector. The club is open to any young man .in the city regardless of any condi- ;'tion'except the ordinary behavior of ?a President; W. H. McLelland and Secretary ,R. M. Maclean and the committee fully expect to see a coup- ;le of-hundred young men at the club parlors tomorrow .evening to hear if they do not know it now-and'join it if they like it. or leave it, alone if they don't like i the idea. HEATING STOVES You can heat your house most conveniently with an OAK TREASURE HEATING STOVE A large stock of all sizes JBbr SmairRooms For Large Rooms Call and see them You will save' money by buying the best on the market The price will The McKeown Hardware Co. We ship out of town.daily. W. H. McLelland PRESIDENT M. Maclean, BORDEN URQ'HS ORGANIZATION Oct. the La Fontafrie Club Saturday night, R. L. Borden said that if the Conserva- tive party wished to reach power ATI d "to do something for Canada, the ques- tion -of perfect organization was of fsupreme importance and must be im- attended to. Success could only be attained'by united ac- tion on the part of the Conservative party arid more especially on the part of the young men. SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK Reduced Half-Price Must Be Cleared Don't Forget The Best Market On The It. will pay you to trade Pioneer Co- with Satisfaction Guaranteed HAYR BROS. PHONE 75 P.O. BOX 27 ;