Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
11 tut TO, ALL The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIM IN tITMMIOOt I. Ih, in4 M I.M u 4; T We are proud of our RANGES AND HEATING STOVES and our reason for being so proud is bowiusc our sloven ami ranges -15 M'L-iM-e Albert, dear SO 31 l.a Prairie US .'17 [Winnipeg, clear 52 38.' Kamloups, fair ................02 I.Velson M 45 .3-1 The weather throughout the prairie j provinces has continued fine and mod- erately warm. not much change in temperature. j Saskatchewan and Alberta Kinc today and on Thursday. Stationary j or a little lower temperature. I CITY AMD DISTRICT NEW LINE FOR Handkerchief, Collar, Tic love Boxes ju Liini ware Each one has n key. Fancy decorations ami pretty patterns., Regular 60c-70c-SOc values Introductory Price 50c "XT' 50c CITY AM) DISTRICT She was coining down and missed a step and fell the lull length of the laddcn :ind catight her eyelid some way on a nail and tbie it badJr. She talc- en to Dr. Wooileonk. who sewed Hup, and we hope she will recover soon C i indpT H inson i.s still very" sick. .Me has been unable to he around all! .suminer. I Mrs. Gco. Logan is on the sick' list j I Mrs tl and'children vis-j ited at Rngen's on Wednesday. j j Miss Oldrogh, Mrs- daugh- te.r. Mae. were Sumiial callers Wert-j ntfcd Mrs1. Dixon. of Hoscmead, and Miss Grcenman, of Sweet Valley, arc working at -J. B. Kvans. H. C. "nunn went over to call' on -Herb Stevens and while there- went antelope hunting with Messrs. Tum- Reynolds, Scars and Stevens. Mr; Dunn being the fortunate hunter, got one antelope, hy tl tight chase Mrs and daughter, were Sundial callers Wednesday. Mrs. Atncoson anil MIES Lena call- ed on Mrs. Kngen Sunday. Norwegian services will be held at the Sundial Post Office, Oct. 15th, at Jl o'cIocX a.m. Mr. anil Mrs. R. G. Dunn and Miss S f and II. C. Dunn spent, Sunday al RWhodrl stnices were fairlv well aUended on .Sunday. Nr. KtilJcrnnn wnnt to town LH'IJ utn OIL horse-power thresh-' ing rig which has purchased he I brought, ont the separator and Mr. I Lucas hauled the, power. Mr. Keller- man will now.be busy Uircshitig foi sonio of his neighbors, also his own In a east window. Through (ho activity a sncciul patlern, aulu- ftwHchcs which will be. of c'ity police and hoy scouts t j installed 'in life manholes where. Ihu' have hnd tlujsn shcl'ta returned ,-vrhlrh j underground hegins. Ity set- were slcrlen last week. Be sure and ling tlien; proinrly, they'will switch liavc n BWSS. NINETY WILL BE'MIODLE AGE London, Oct. paptn lllfikp much of Ixird Striillicoiia'B ten housand niMe journey to Ottawa nnd back in seventeen .days. Ills Lonl chip'told admiring pressmen who siir- rpmidvnl him on his" arrival at Clinton Station today Ibal nome day will.be near middle age ill men's lives. The Bentley TOU SEEN Our Big Range of Carpets, Euro- pean and Canadian manufacture About forty Carpets We Arc Offering at a Discount of 15 per cent, for four only WILTON'S High Grade in brown and green colorings; corn'cntional and flornl designs S to 4.9x4 AXMINSTEKS Genuine, Axminster Patterns 3x4, tt 13x11 ft. Wi.OO BRUSSELS None buc neat pntternE in llio wiole stock, 2.4x3, 4.9x4, !J TAPESTRIES j In jrreens, browns, red, fawn grounds with effective pattern 4 ings, from W-00 to Given Away Free Special Oak Meat- ing Stove Board Piping FIXED UP COMPLETE i See Window Arthur Hayr Phone .575 ASSIGNEE 510 3rd Avenue South. P.' Box 1Z7 We Are'Serving the Best LUNCHES and DINNERS in Alberta. Nice, clean and dainty. moderate prices. Quick service. ROCHON BROTHERS OTHER PEOPLE'S OPINIONS OF QUAKER BREAD AB out of town customer writes us "Very lino bread." "Nlhle on Application." opinion 7'ill be the same If you let ua IMTC 7011 lout Phone 1027. THE BAKER GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NORTH We haven't been shouting about our and Ranges, but we are pleased with our sales. We will tell you why Every range we sell sells another WESTERN TREASURE, MAJESTIC AND MALLEABLE'RANGES for satisfaction The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNIM 8T. AMD 4TH AVI.. LETHBMIDOI.