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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw and Up Dttt. JtOOMI IN CONNECTION lEe Lethbridge Herald THE PLACt tO UN li LitkbOdije n tit IIUU mil Now that the weather has turned cooler, you should think of buy- ing your Heater. We have a good variety of Oaks and Hot Blasts, so call early and have first choice P.O. BOX 670: 62 The Store of Quality Another lot of Fresh Fruit and Veget- ables arrived this morning PLUMS per crate PHONE 21 IBUBEER CO. First UXiOK Grocery Store in City Our ear of fruit going fast, come quick if you want any. We Have consignments of Ontario Concord Grapes, also Niagaras and Roges arriv- ing daily. They are No. 1 quality THE GOOD GO. PHONE HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Fancy Slippers r-r a nice'assortment in Evening Slip. persm bronze, grey, tan, patent colt and other i shades. f- Also comfortable Strap Slippers in all styles. The Foot Toggery 8 I I Book Bargains Regular and 31.25 Cloth Bound Books to be cleared out at 75c EACH or 3 FOR See window display MSTOflE RDBEBTSON'S 251 New Whitney Block Agents for Underwood Type- writer I The old Hill .block is being torn down to make way for th% fine big three storef brick block the firm is putting 115. The rear part of the new block is already up. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer tumhar Co. 242-26 r Soaps In The Drug Store The purest of everything is naturally expected to be the druggist's slogan. Our training and knowledge favor this. Tte highest class manufacturers Itnofr this, and therefore the highest class preparations are brought first to the drug store for distribution Physicians' Prescriptions Let Higinbotham do your dispensing. We vriil prepare the pre- scriptions for you with the purest and freshest drugs obtainable. Let us fill your V 'WTO-GET-FIUEO" prescriptions, as we carry a fine stock of rare and seldom dispensed drugs and chemicals. We have five dispensers to put Up doctors' orders at J, 0, ,1 131 [Miami Co. ltd. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 42. THE WEATHER: Red Deer, 56 Calgary, clear 56 Lethbridge. fair 63 Medicine Hai, clear 54 Winnipeg, cloudy 36 Port Arthur, fair 42 Forecast Fine today and Saturday. Not much change in temperature. 29 22 23 24 32 055 Are America's leading soap makers. "We carry their lines in big assort- ment. Mrs. B. has-been visit- ing relatives in home on Thursday. C. W.- Brown, B.A. of Stirling, formerly principal of the school there is in the city. There will be a meeting of the di- rectors of the Lethbridge Profession- al Baseball club tonight at 8 o'clock sharp at the office of the George Hatch Land Co. i The wedding toot place this morn- (ing in the Catholic church at seven {o'clock of Patrick Malone, manager of j the White Furniture Co., to Miss I Margaret Grant, of Toronto. They were assisted by Miss, Claire Leary j and Mr. Dennis Mahoney, both ot f Lethbridge. The bride was becom- ingly dressed in a grey travelling suit with hat to match. The happy, couple will make their home in Leth-1 llberta Drug and Book Co. f ibwdsej. H. Fleetwood, chairman of the public school board, was married to Miss Divinnia May Evans, sister of -Mrs. Bryce Hamilton, at eight o'clock last night. The ceremony was performed at the residence of Mr. Hamilton, Ford street. The assistants were Miss Marguerite Evans, sister of the T. H. Fleetwood, brother Rev. A. A. Lytle of- young couple will re-{ CITY AND DISTRICT Inspector West and Mrs. West re- turned yesterday from a ten days' visit with friends in Edmonton. Entire change of pictures tonight at the Eureka. Don't forget the big matinee on Saturday 3 p.m. Chas. A. Magrath, M-P. of Leth- bridge, spent Wednesday in the city. He is on a trip to Hat News. Aid. Adams went to Calgary this, afternoon. Geo. Kerr has resigned his position on the city office staff. No one has been appointed in his place. A. couple of drunks got; assessed and costs in the police court this morning. Secretary-Treasurer Robinson has two men checking up the assessment and tax roll. They are F, Bjorkvald and T. "Fieetwood. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 It will pay you to trade with us. desire that their names be withheld, were joined in wedlock by Rev. T.P. Perry at the parsonage on Tuesday last. This is Rob t. Sage's diamond birthday. He expects to be the re- HEATING You can heat your house most conveniently with an A large stock of all sizes For Small Booms For Large Rooms Call and see them You "will- save money by buying the best on the market "The price-will please you The McKeown Hardware Go. We ship out of town daily. cipient of a seat at the city council as a gift of the ratepayers. A meeting of the Whist League Committee will be held in Caledon- ian Club room this evening. Lovers of the game are invited to attend. CITY AND DISTRICT The. Trades and "Labor Council have decided not to bring out any candi- for the council this year. They however, hold a public meeting 'at which all the candidates will be asked to attend and give their views on municipal matters. Mrs. Douglas, the milliner in. North Ward, is to build'a first class store on "Westminster Road at a cost of about It'is her 'intention to have the best store of its kind" in the city and will have an up-to-date and complete stock in it. James P. a farmer of Sun- dial, and Mrs. Emma Darling, a wid- ow of Columbus, Ohio, were united in marriage by Rev. T. P. Perry at the parsonage at 10.30 this morning. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 At the parsonage at 7.30 last even- ins: Percy Llewellyn Owen and Julia W. C.. Simmons sent a petition to Ada Gaunt, both of .Pincher Ottawa urging an" improvement in I "vverc united injmarriage by Rev. T; the mail service at Burdett and has been informed that the service there will be changed from, a daily, except Sunday to a semi-daily including Sunday. It will pay you to trade with us. P. Perry. The young couple ,-will re- side at Pincher? Creek. ,'j- The townsite at has been surveyed and is now offered to the public for the first time. All Prescription Specialists I B. IIPLEy, Mgr. lETHBRIDfif For a first-class job in jEANINa AND DYEING jbride lies' or Gents' Clothes call THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 We have side in the North Ward. For for the purchase of E. 1-2 21-7-13, on basis of per acre cash, will be received till j Saturday, Oct. 16th. Name your price. Box 122 City. can quote you Right Prices Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acadia Block The Biggest Value In Soap CUCUMBER OLIVE OIL If Not Already a Customer, Try It. J. [.Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 The tickets for the lecture to he given by William Jennings Bryan in Knox church next Wednesday were put on sale this morning and have local agent, been selling very fast all day. They! The' Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty are on sale at the five city drug j Co. are now located in their fine large stores, J. D. Higinbotham Co., J. -Sees of the new; Johnston Block. J. Johnston, Alberta Drug. Book on Bound St. beside the- Balmoral Co., the Red Cross Drug Co., and j hotel. This company have worked W. P. J. Alexander in North Ward, j up a big connection and will find i The prospect is that those who have! these commodious quarters a conven- j any idea of getting tickets at the ience in 'their business. The offices j door on the evening of the lecture were finished and planned with will be disappointed. to the conveyance ,of such (Additional Locals on Page Five) business. The company was recently; incorporated with Messrs. Cook, Shax- jman and Jack as officers. The following are the officers of the Citizens' Lumber Co., Ltd., which has been incorporated with a fully paid up capital of President j and Treaurer, E. A. Konantz, St.i j Paul; vice president, Percy "Ware, Wasca, Minn.; secretary and general j manager, G. J. Hansch, Lethbridge. Mr. Konantz is expected to visit Leth- bridge about October 22nd. The spur tracks into the-company's local yard are .now completed. Four cars can be unloadt-d at once. The ieriganeer on train 236; brought into the Herald office yester- day a fine specimen of the golden j eagle, measuring 6 feet 6. The bird was captured in a. rather unique man- ner. In attempting to cross ahead of the engine it was struck and killed' The fireman ran out to. the front and secured it off the tender after running a quarter a mile after" it was struck. The Sisters Faithful Companions of !Jesus will hold their annual sale of work on Thursday 28th, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of October, and ask their friends kindly to patronize this small undertaking, the pro- ceeds of which are destined to .start a building fund for the erection of a much needed new convent. All are cordially invited. Entrance: No. 116 Coutts Street. 257-18, are acquainted with Southern Al- berta know the prospects or this promising1 to-vm. Kb doubt the to-wn-j site will be brought up rapidly. W: H. Johnston, Room' 5, Bryan 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-Agiiew Co. "If you live out o! town, write NOT TO BE BETTERED If THE PRICE It's a great to know that one can go to a Store with perfect confidence of finding th, bertvalue, that can be obtained. In our Clothing for Men the highest value point ha. apparently been reached, for it ,eem, impossible that either the general tyle, the quality of material., or the high standard of tailor- be unproyed-price, of tJcen into con.ideration. To make comparisons i. easy, and we invite the test. Men'sJuits. our price Singleireasted styles in a broad of Men's Suits at SI2, and In Tweeds., imported blue" and black., also iancy worsteds. -Single or double breasted leriect fitting, well tailored tnrong-nout. Fit-Reform Fine Tailored Suits to range "of "beautiful new Fall and Winter patterns. Any, B or D -B. Fancy cuffs.etc. Finished -to your meas- ure. Prices Men's Overcoats, to Smarter. Coats than you will expect to find in Lethbridge at the money, made of im- ported black, blue and brown beaver cloth in single breasted Chesterfield style. All sizes. Raccoon Coats. Prices to Fur Lined Coats. Prices up to Men's Black Bear Skin Coats. MEN'S HEAVY TWEED All the newest styles. College collars, etc. Prices to Men's Heavy Bibbed Wool Underwear. Good value at per suit. Our price, each 750 Stanfield's Heavy Ribbed Underwear. Bed Label. All sizes. Price, each Wolsey Unshrinkable Underwear. Per suit, from up Coat Sweaters............. to Men's Cashmere Half Hose. Prices, per pair, at 25ci 35c and 50c Men's -Negligee Shirts......... 75C to Sheep Lined Coats with sheep collars Sheep Lined Coats, wombat collars to Sheep Lined Coats, Corduroy collars ....17 Sheep Lined Coats, Corduroy collars, godd i quality SOLE AGENTS For the Geo. A. Slater Shoes A For the Christie Hats to THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE MEN'S CLOTHING STORE IN LETHBRIDGE McKelvie McGuire ;