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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TKc Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Heaters Heaters Heaters Wt Have jtufc received our large shipment of Heaters, and we can aafely that we have the largest and best assorted stocks ever brought into Lethbridge. We have Oaku and Hoi Blasts in various sizes and prices that will meet your aud you art) tare of a MAXIMUM amount of heat from a MINIMUM amount of fuel. Our rangea are complete and well assorted. We carry the following in stock Monarch Malleable Round Oak Stewart Sask-Alta Favorite We would be pleased to have you call and examine our Heaters and before buying The Hick Hardware Co. Color, Flavor, Fn i are the strong poinU of 62 .WE SELL FOR CASH STREET P.O. Sox 670 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR freth FRAGRANCE and DEtTOIuUS FLAVOR have inadeiTt hoits of friendi. Are YOUoaeyet? IT IS PURE! MUSIC The latest Popular Songs and Da uc o Music. Your choice for 25c Each Coins Early 1st bof let of Phona 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Opera Candies theatre party most people are a bit fussy about ,the -caudies they take. We've found that out long enough ago to be prepared witli the choicest line of dainties in individual box- es, I lb., 1 Ib. aud 21b each of the inimitable McConkey duality The choice of Royalty IklbertaDrygaiiiiMCo. Prescription Specialists IET88I1DGE For this Relief Much Thanks Written by Shakespeare or Bacon many ago, is repeated in the x grateful hearts of all who have used Higinbotham's Sure Corn Relief Sold and guaranteed by J. 1 rpbottan S Ce.lU. Family and Dispensing Cheattsts Telephone 49 Resident Nifht Clerk The Store of Quality SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters. Cigars, Frnit and Confectionery JOE FONG (M AND DISTRICT The Eureka Theatre opens tonigh with a first class entertainment. "VrVC.'Ives went south to Cardston this morning. H. J. H. Skeith has returned irom a trip to Spokane, Citizens' Band at the Lyceum to. night. N. B. Good left on the local to spend a week, at Didsbury. Watch for Rochon's ad on the screen at the Lyceum tonight. Superintendent Wilson and family went to Raymond this morning. Reuben Lloyd Vnd E. C. Remick of the Wells Land and Cattle Co., Da- vidson, Sixsk., are in town. Troubles of a drug clerk at the Ly. ceum tonigt. H. Beaton paid and costs and Chos. ifonlder SiO and costs on the old charge this morning. "The Holy ono ,.f l.-cst attractions of the season, a; O'Ivor's Hall tonight. iliss Pattoson will receive- noxt Wed nesday, and for the future on the 2nd Wednesday of ench month. Lulu famous lady Fresh Cranberries Swift's Hams and Bacon Temporary Quarters PHONE 21 I to lElttlfc HUtU Lai's Tea U Sola oaly in LctKbridf e by THE BEtfTLEY CO. LTD THE WEATHER Lethbridge, fair.................. 73 87 today OH Tues- day warmer. Miss R. Watts has taken a position at J. grocery on Ashiriead St. Tho Guild of Church will hold ks iirst meeting for the souson in. the old church building; (Glyn Street South) at 8 o'clock this (Mon- day) evening. of pro- gramme and nomination of office-bear ers for the session. All interested cordially welcome, all youjjg %ien and women connected' with the congregation. I Fire Chief Fowler returned yester- day morning from attending a con- vention- of the Pacific Coast Fire Chiefs' Association at Victoria. ;He reports that a well attended and pro- fitable convention was held a full re- port of which will appear later. While away he visited Seattle, Spokane, Nelson; Revelstoke, and other cities to inquire into the different' systems 'of fire escapes and fire protection. The next -annual convention meets at; Seattle at which Chief Fowler 'will give on the care-of hors- es' feet. THE FCX3T TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the PET NELSON GO R. f. Reeve went south on a shoot ing expedition this morning. Complete change, at the Bijou to night. L. JE. Townsend, manager of th Wells Land and Cattle farm a Stirling, is in the city. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malt- ing Co. are erecting a. cold 'storage warehouse at Swift Current, Sask. Robert Taylor, appeared at the police court this morning, charged with usiug insulting language to two ladies.. The case was resumed at- 3 o'clock, 'Extra.special tonight at the Bijou. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO. LTD. .j OUR BEST FLOUR For Irtii aai hstr) This has been acknowledged to" be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be sure and 'ask your dealer for ELLISON ?LtHJR And Bee you get it. We only ask one trial and we are then sure of "your trade Dealers Se6 that you are getting" the Flour your Customers are asking for LBTHBP1DGE, RAYMOND ASD G W. GREEN, Manager MAGRATH DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Now located in ilacdonald Block. Cor. Round and Redputh Sts. Rooms IM2 Hours: 9-12; Proprietor j contortionist at the Lyceum tonight. Clarence Burnett ar.d his clover company will present V'Thij City" at Oliver's Hall tonight The Lyceum Theatre opens up to- night with a big program c-f refined vaudeville nnrl new moving .n3 of the Yeggrrien, notorious Bank Burglars; Lyceum' tonight in moving Catherine Smith and her sis- tec Miss McPhee arrived on.-. Saturday night from Kegina to spend a few months with ilrs.. Smith's son, A. Smith of Smith Bros. Wilson. .The fine curtain and scenery at the Lyceum is the work of D. C. Mar- riott and is a credit to his workman- ship. The walJs of the office of the Clerk of the District Court are decorated j with a large number of naturaliza- tion papers. C. F. P. Gray, who has been re-] lievlng at the Bank of Commerce here has been transferred to Yermillion. Don't miss Lew Welsh at the Ly. ceum his very funny im- personation of the Italian fruit ped. dier. Dr. W. S. Galbraith and Mrs. Gal- braith left this morning for Strath- cona to attend the first convocation of Alberta University. The Senate of which Dr. Galbraith is a member, will meet also. Dr. Levering of Card ston is attending the doctor's prac- tice in his absence. A Modern Samson, and At the Stupe Door. These two special sub- jects ,in addition to the regular pro- gram will make each performance one hour and fifteen minutes duration. 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. Sec Harold Xelson, j j West s most pouular tict'irs, in '-The Holy at Oliver's Hall t Locked troubles of a sol. dier in moving picture tonight at the Lyceum. death of Leona Stanley took place at the Gait hospital yesterday The funcrnl was held this afternoon Mrs. W. II. Morris will receive on Wednesday. 11 th, and afterwards on the second Wednesday and Thursday following of each month. Be sure and see "The Fioiy CMV" at Oliver's Hall tonight. This one of the best pla3-s pnssenttM one o; the best companies in the West. Seats on sale at .isuul 300 Boxes Apples To clear on t in two weeks 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 Phone 98. SALE OF WORK The Sister's Faithful Companions of Jesus will hold their annual sale of work in the Convent on Thursday, 29th, Friday, 30th, aud Saturday 3lst of from 9 a. m. till 9 p. m. Entrance on Coutts Street You will be suited mentally and bodily if MARK JOHN- STON cleans and presses your suit. Your suit is. guaranteed to suit you. JOHNSTON BahNni Httd felt 275 Cafld far DefrereJ PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given tliat- CharU-5 Alexander Magrath, of Lethbridge, in Pro. o of Alberta, Dominion -Land Surveyor, "a" candidate at the election now pending, has E. IVES, real estate agent, of Left.' bjldgp, arid -JEFFERS J. of--: Medicin3 Hat, Alberta, his official agents, as provided in Section 237 of the Domin. ioa. Elections- Act. FREDERICK GEORGE TORSTER, -_', Returning; Officer. Meuicine Hat, October '10; 1908; 56.1 The perfect results careful culinary efforts, the true de- lights of fine cooking are known only to users of Happy Thought Ranges that there is no substitute for this range. It has ho equal. There can be none just its good uu til perfection meets its match. CALL AND1 SEE THEM Successors to G. L. Vrocman 4 4 4 Phone 75 4> 4 4 FOR SALE Siroomexl house -on Round St.; Sta- ble on correction. Sold on tormsi. Apply 502 Courtland St. 256.6 WANTED ..'First, piuniber, -other Tieecl apply. Westerii-Plumbing and v Co..; "Box 4L7, Lelh. briflgo. 256-0 The most laughable subjects ever shown in this city. At the Stage Door on display at Ott's Harbor shop. Don't miss Lulu and Ingram at the Lyceum in their wonderful ec- centric juggling. Co. Ltd. Phones 23 nnd 123 Main Yarc North of Lack Dice RedpathSlWest j MERRY WIDOW Hand Bag t (JOOD LEATHER I and J. Johnston FtMrrip-Vn Druggist J -QUALITY QUARTERS- DIED Lethbridge on Octo. bc-r 12th at the residence of his son, W. O. Hutton, Francis Hutton, agrd 70 yoars 5 months. 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. Six Roomed House and 3 lots on Argyle Avenue for L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 MadtuMBitd WARM NO At a very small expense you can make your houe as warm as though it were plastered is a durable covering made from the best sel- ected woolen rags, and can be put on the walls by Write For Free Sample Sending name your dealer to FRED J. C. COI CO. SOLE AOE1NTS WIXyiPEGr, iMAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers New General Opens Tuesday, October 13 No humbug such as a Ten Days' Slaughter Sale, but a Straight-Business Announcement. At our new store all cash purchasers will be given the benefit of the losses which are met in a credit business, and of the expense connected with the book-keeping of the credit system. from 7 to 10 per cent. Reduction To GUSH CUSTOMERS is the principle under Trliich business will be conducted at our new store. Many people, especially new corners, complain to us that everything is so dear here. The losses of the credit system are the cause of this.- Our new store will provide a remedy. One good order will convince you TO FARMERS Farmers will find tie posts and a watering trough for their accommodation ;it our new store. Leave your orders early so that they will be ready when you call. Cheques for grain from the mills will be cashed Our Union Grocery oil Street will be conducted on the same basis as formerly. It is not connected in any way with our new store Thp WoctmiiKtor I IIV II VUIIIIIIKJIVI THE CHEAPEST WEST OF WINNIPEG JOSEPH TUFF, Proprietor J. A. SLADE, Manager Westminster Road, Opposite South Alberta lumber Co. ;