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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HCRAUO m Lethbridge Doily Herald THE JLACI TO ST A Y n The chill of Fall suggests Heaters and as we have a complete stock of Heaters in Oaks and Hot Blasts That are made right, look right and prices are right, call and be convinced The Hick Hardware Co. Phone 62 WE SELL FOR CASH REDPATH STREET P.O. Bex 670 VICTbR COLUMBIA EDISON Gramophones, Phono- graphs and Records New stock just received MfflrS ROM SM jsthirtettf MM tafc; Phorit 251 Agents for Undeywood FIRST GRADE I DRUGS Violin Strings j Mandolin" Violin Resin at rock bottom prices is the combination that brings an ever increasing trade to onr store. Bnt whatever the price you pay the important factor is QUALITY That is a point we insist on in every item sold. Hterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. 1, HlPlH.lgr. LETIIIIIGE The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Denta! School, Chicago Now located, in Macdonalcl Block. Cor. Round and Redpath Sts. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. J, D. Higintottiani8Co.Ltd. Fimiljr and Dispensing- Cheansta 49 Resident Nijht Clerk Hon. -W. H. Gushing and T. W. Qua- le of Calgary, will address a public meeting in the L. D._ S. church :at Taber on Saturday night. Sons of England meet tonTght at K. of P. Hall. Mrs. R. F. Reeve and Miss Audrey Neale were in Raymond yesterday. The carpenter .work at the Lyceum was done by Wm. Lumsden. The Citiens' Band at The Lyceum tonight. E. U. Hylands is building two cot- tages for rental on the corner of Bartlctt and Courtland St. In addition to the regular program for the balance of the week we show an extra special each night at the Bijou. Dr. Warnock of Pincher Creek was in the city last night and went to Cardston this morning. C. R. Daniel leaves tonight, to spend! several months at his old homo in j Missouri and will visit Florida and! other parts of the United States be-! fore returning. Don't miss J. W. Wallacs in new illustrated melodies tonight at Lyceum. For Fresh Fruits Groceries and Vegetables PHONE 21 TempDraryHuartere hoesssn ti lattl i FlttQ THE WEATHER Calgary, cloudy .......01 44 33 Lethbridge, cloudy .08 -16 35 cloudy......... .01 62 34 Winnipeg, clear 62 50 Bulletin From Central weather has set. in over Al .bcrta and Northern Saskatchewan and showers of rain have occumx -but in Eastern Saskatchewan arid it has been fair and mod erately wiirm. and Friday, a few showers, but partly fair and cool. J. F. Reynolds and A. J. Gumming of Claresholra were in the city today A Disastrous Oversight at The Ly ceum tonight. Delegates' Don't forget Trades and Council meets tonight a 7.30 p. m., not Friday night as here- tofore. Important business. 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. CD. Ltd. Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard North of Track Ofice This afternoon Rev. J. .M. Harrison united in marriage, Carl Hubertson Johnson and Miss May Mattie Wil- liams, 5i6Ui of this city. Miss Emma Ryms has gone to To: ronto where she will be married to Mr. Evans, a prominent young busi- ness man. A Wife's Devolion at The Lyceum tonight. Hon. W. H. Cashing, minister of Public Works, will address a Liberal Club rally in the Temple to- morrow night at 8.30 o'clock. Anyone desiring information con. j earning choice fruit land, all under ir- I rigation, capable of growing delicious I fruits and situated on Okanagan Lake, B.C., call or communicate with F. C. Manchester, agent, Sommerland Trust Co., Hotel Lethbridge 259-11 Angus Macilonnell of the firm o Jnnse Macdonnell, is at Popla Point on a shooting expedition wit] his uncle. Earl Grey, Governor Gen cral of Canada. Entire change of program tonigh at the Lyceum. D. K. McNair, of North Carolina called on the Herald last night. H has been touring the west and is ver> favorably impressed with this citj and district. IT. G-. Nyblett, who for som years past has been practicing in Re ginn, Snsk., has arrived i a Macleod and is taking over the office of th late Dr. Forbes, as his successor. Dr N'yblctt takes over the office today Mrs. XybJett, who at present is vis iting friends, will arrive in a few Advance. Don't miss the Flower Girl at th Lyceum tonight. I MERRY WIDOW j Hand Bag GOOD LEATHER and J. Je Johnston Drug-gist -QUALITY QUARTERS- For Snaps In all descrip- tions of City property -SEE- L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 RGOH S MacituM feck California Ontario Malaga Grapes OttUm Snow Applet Cnuaberriea- h Omens To arrive this week Don't forget that we carry A full Hue of high -claw Groceries and the as- sorted stock, of Cpnfec- tiooery in the city. CaJl see for younunfr THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE 01KTAIL M- OTY AMD DBTRKT Stark, representing Securities Co., Toronto. U n the city today. The Lumber o. purchased -12 at the oruw of liaroiiefts and Westminster ami will have their main yard there. Already an office bulkting Tht yard oc will be abaudooftd but the main ity office, r will loeatM at that point. A Hazing Unifht at yctum. K. and L. B, Boiding were up before the beak'for niiabeha- 'ior occasioned by liberal of booze. The "former paid and :osts ami the.latter 910 and coats. And, heaven- within reach. She can safely eat of our FINE CONFECTIONERY because- It's purity fiavors, bfuits, the Idelighl and health of all. We're 'proud of our skill, but prouder of the absolute purity of our goods.' fiodwiTs Randy Kitchen WARM NO rery small expense you can make your hone warm as "-though .it :were plastered- is a durable covering- made from the beat "sel- ected woolen rags, .and can bejput tin lh emails by anyone] Write For Free Sample Sending name of your .dealer to FRED COI ni tO. SOUE: AQENiTe MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers Place Your I Orders for ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 Piano Tuning W. H. Field PRACTICAL EXPEKT IS NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a short time. Leave orders at Armstrong's Jewellery Store. the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. expected to arrive In.the city to- iiorrow or Friday to make tt call Sir coiirfeG tour he is making to inspect the whole system. Victoria Falls, a scene in Africa. onej of the most magnificent see ties In he world tonight at the Bijou, Also another; one of those transforuiatioii scenes entitled Japanese Butterflies. Lew Welth, Italian banana dler in a new act tonight at Ly turn. The Little Sister of St. Augustin's 'Ivurch will serve tea in the Macdon- aid store on Saturday the'19th, from t'to are, working funds :o clothe an Indian child and to fur- nish a'kitche'n in the new hall now In :ourse of erection. Biack, and Jas. Bird- >all, two bright business men. from STew York-state, ar- ir.-tfce city with Gfo. T. Larsoa, oL the O. W. Kerr 'o., Minneapolis, looking _over the Cameron tracts They are greatly im pressed with the city'and district, which proves that their judgment is good. Don't miss Geo. Ingram in his novelty, torch juggling act tonight at the Lyceum. The rush of settlers is commencing again in earnest. During the las two-days several cars of settlers'ef fects have come for people settling in the Lethbridge district, Some o those who brought cars are Mrs. Qeo Hawkins, Alexandria, N. D.; O. P Hawkins, -Alexandria, N. D.; Elmer Langwdrthy, of the same place, Mar- tin Adam and Buckhoft from Minnesota. Mrs. "H. Bawden and Miss'Bawden have" arrived from Kingston, Ont., to take up their residence here. Mrs Bawden is'the mother of 'JX. P.- am 'W. Bawden of this .city. atiss accepts the position in the office of the C. B. "Bowman Ag- ency, which Miss TS. Campbell re signed. The Ingrams tonight in an entire- ly new act at the Lyceum. has already ship- ped some bushels of wheat 6 this season's growth. His crop is splendid one. For example, a field p 150 acres planted to fall wheat yield ed bushels. This he sold at 75c. netting him S5.250, or the ori ginal price of the land ten times ove Another section since threshed yielded 30 bushels per acre. This was'both satisfying and Mr. Ran dal, us xvell it might Advance. Wanted to purchase on easy teem small cash payment, 7 roomed house or cottage.; Price must reasonable. Ssnd description and lo. cality to Box 1295, City. ..259 Mr. Fairfield Back From Winnipeg Th W. H. Fail-Hold has returned iroj Winnipeg where he attended the meet mg of the Board appointed to grad the lower classes or grain.. Mr. Fa field says that the grades are prac tically the same as those of last yea except that there is only -one grad of feed wheat instead of two ar that the grades were somewhat ficd hy the different conditions tha the damaged grain is in this year There is much less frosted grain thi year and the lower grades will con tain more shrunken kernels due the drought rather than frost, general impression of the board wa. that the same grades as last yea wilt have a greater milling value this year than last on account of there being fewer frosted kernels. Their grading applies of course, to grades below :sro. 3 Northern. There were practically no samples of low grade stuff from The elevator and mill men wanted a reduction of the number of grades as they claimed that having so many grades interfered with the expeditious handling of the grain. The Board de- rided not to take any action in this matter as it was thought best jn the interests of fanner to have the present grades as if two grades were amalgamated he would get the price paid for the lower grade. THE FOOT TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the FEET NELSON GOW ILL1SON JULUNC 4 ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR Fir Irtrt Patrj This .been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada, Be Riire and ask your dealer for ELLISON FLOUR And you get it. We only ask one trial and we are then of your trade See that you are getting the Flour your Customers 1 are asking for LETHBP1DGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH G W. GREEN, Manager L. M Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, THE Woody l-Davidson Co. Lti SIKT KTAL ONrtlACTOIS, lAWJFACmatS AND JOBKKS now located in the-new Bowman Block, Grabb Street And are prepared to gfive prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding Sheet fetal Ctnios, Skjfifks, FnyreW Ictii Cdbfs, Stf'd, Cwnptd ITMV Bare Trutk, Sheet J-ii, etc. Geienl Pease aW Vidw Fmaos ari Refttfen C5outractor9 are invited to investigate out Prices and Stock Phone 142 p.o. Box 627 The Boston Lunch BE W AB E: spreading over th e City. Everybody f is .getting the Odor of fine cooking 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road White Help Only. Good Humor Prevails at the J, BROWN CO. LTD. Business Increasing No Grumblers Look at the Stock will be convinced that the heading is right See our new line of Ladies' and Misses' Coats No. 1416. green with velvet cuffs and collar, soutache trimming No. 1670. Ladies7 Black Beaver, velvet collar and cuffs, soutache trimming A consignment of the celebrated Burritt's Hosiery Opened today. Prices range from......2oc to 80c LADIES' GOLFERS, very recherche. Trices are TOQUES SWEATERS are replete with choice relishes., appetising to behold and more appetizing to taste J. BROWN CO. LTD. H ;