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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HCHAUO THE JLACf TO STAY 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. BOYS' CLOTHING OUR NEW DEPARTMENT Phone 62 WE SELL FOR CASH UDPATH STREET P.O. Box 670 VICTOR COLUMBIA EDISON Gramophones, Phono- graphs and Records New stock just received nnuTSOK's Bom 1st tar fet Bf bin toft Phone 251 Agents for Underwood FIRST GRADE DRUGS .at rock bottom prices is the combination -that, brings an ever increasing trade to our store. But whatever the price yon pay the important factor is That is a point we insist on in every item sold. mterta Drag and Book Co. f Prescription Specialists I, B, For a Perfect Fitting _ Truss Try Us At present we stock a fairly representative liae of the most np-to- date Trusses. Should you require a kind we do not stock we will procure for you. A fuirstock oi crutches, supporters, al-. ways on hand. J. D. Higintottiam Co. ltd. Family: Diipcasinjr Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Cterk The Store of Quality Now is time 16' buy your Grapes While they last 45c Per Basket PHONE 21 Temporary Quarters E. HDBEER CD. to lELSeu FUSEI Tfcis of bwaeta it re- tpceial ttUatioa. Tin re' e io good re son wfcy it tkcwlda't. The boyt. meed wits auch at tkey require good Mvff. We've bee A titular ia tcleetiag MMtaUe aatterat U gcttisz tkaf wiii ttaad toys fcard wear. to to 4.50 to 5.00 to 6.00 to 7.50 to 5.00 to 7.50 to 85 to 1.25 Boys' two Norfolk Suits Soys' two piecs Sack Suite 3.00 Boys' Buster Brown Suits 3.75 Boys' three piece Sack Suits 4.00 Young Meus' Suite Long Pants 5.50 Little Boys'' Boater ages 3 to 4.00 Boys1 Chester Overcoats ages 6 to 14, at 5.00 Boys' Kuee Patits, Tweeds, at. 65 Boys' Knee PanU, Corduroy, at 1.00 little Boys' uul Girls' Sweaters Striped iu colors nary and white and brown and- white. Made of fine soff Saxony buttoned on sho aider, some have belts'.and brass buttons. Prices and Each Our prices are always the lowest THE FOOT TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the FEET GOW PHONE 54 THE CASH STORE ft. Macdonald Co. ELLISON MILUHG O> ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR ftr Brad ni Pastrj beeu 'to be one of the finest Flours milled IB Western Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for H ELLISON FLOUR And see you get it. We only ask one trial awl we tire then sure of your trade Dealers! fcee that you the Flour your Customers are asking fpr LETHBF1DGE, AND MAGRATH G W, GREEN, Manager The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS, Has been Remodelled Fresh. Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor CFTY AND DISTRia R. T. Corr is in Taber today. Mayor llenderson is expected -back on the twentieth. Chas. Egan, and Harry Tenncy of Warner are in the city today. J. P. Rodgers spent yesterday at Fernie. Complete change of program at the Bijou tonight. Medicine Hat, Alta., on Monday, October 12th, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tweed, a son. Mrs. T. S. S. Jackson of Edmon- ton of the guest of her sister Mrs. J. R. Anderson. Remember the matinee at the Bi. jou for ladies and children Saturday afternoon and lOc. Miss Amy Owen of this city is in the lead in the Calgary Daily News competition. Mrs. Y. S. Shepard is enjoying a visit from her mother and sister of Vancouver. Kiss Shultz of Dayton, Ohio, is among the visitors who arrived in town last night. Tonight at th Bijou, tha latest Mr. Will Cavanah, formerly of Med- icine Hat, who now occupies a rea- ponsible position with the mamifactur ers of "Quaker made a great name for himself on the Chicago la- crosse field 'tins Hat News. Toronto; Xews: Mrs. Morton Jones her mother, Mrs.; Geo. afternoon for the first .__time since her THE WEATHER' JLethhridge, cloudy .20 42 34 Edmonton, cloudy 38 24 Galgary, cloudy.................. 42 .32 Medicine Hat, cloudy .44 44" 34 Regma. rloudy .......11 46 36 cloudy and cold some local falls of rain or snow. DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Now located in llacdonald Block. Cor. Round and Kcdpath Sis. Rooms fl-12 Hours: 9-J2; 1-5. Are you going to the Bijou dance oh Wednesday, October 21st? Well, I guess, yes. Ths floor is good, the music is the best; and then there is always a, nice light iunch X. Mcllwraithe of the Wood-Gun- dy Co., Toronto, is in the city today on business "-in connection with the city's debentures. Don't forget'that Saturday is chil drcns' day at the Eureka. All tho big programme will be shown. Show commences c.t 2.30. Price, 10 cents. Corp. Humby, R.X.W.M.P., who is now stationed at Lethbridge, was in the city Monday. He still has a warm place in his heart for the Hat. Hat News. The bridal parties which went to Salt Lake City from Cardston, are C. CKarles, proprietor of the Hub, is continually studying ways and means by which he can make his res- taurant give perfect satisfaction to all classes his patrons. .Realizing that ".the business, man stands alone.jn the quality of luncheon has decided, to .serve a special business man's lunch- eonl Everything on the menu "will be 'choice. The best attention .will Inspector "Wilson will return to- night frouT a tour "of inspection of the eastern eu'd of hin division. J. M: Harrison left.on the lo- cal where ho will attend the.convention m the interests of :the movement for missions. Mr. Harrison is asked to preach in one of the Calgary churches on Sunday. He, alsocdeliver a. lecture ca. Monday -Austin -Moran of the Iron- Works has requested tho aid of, police in locating his fourteetx year old son, few days ago. He1 is small for his-age and dark- and was working for the Western Plumbing and -Tin- smithing .Co. until a-few days ago. Once-more the Herald staff-ore the recipients "of -tho favor Robert Mrs. Hagarty -was wearing a black., be given'to'every The service sequin white satin and the bride looked and pretty in herc wedding dress' of wfiite corsage .bouquet Miss Annie Hag- satin and lace and of mauve orchids. garty wore a beautiful gown of pale blue satm'cnarrheuse. The tea table was with, cactus dahlias. _ The Whole things in moving ing the Teddy Bear" and "Nocturnal j Last night Mr. and Mrs. Thieves." Both head-liners. M' H" Woolf and and Mrs- Harker returned and went to Card- ston this morning. Mrs. W. H. Conibcar left on Mon- daj- morning last for Maynard, Mass., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hall, and to be present .at the marriage of her youngest sister. Miss Essa Hall, to Mr. Howard Case of Maynard, Mass. Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH lumber Co, ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard Nwtk if Track Office W. J. Hummer, formerly day clerk at the Windsor, has gone to spend the winter on his farm at Bowville. R. F. Reeve, manager ci the Bank of Montreal was a passenger on. the Cardston local this morning. Mrs. W. D. L. Hnrdie, the Misses Hardie, and their guests. Misses Cous ins and Marshall, went to Raymond this morning. A letter from Pavid King on Mr. j Mr.grath's attitude on the eitjht-hour law for miners.is unavoidably held over until tomorrow. Specials -tor Sattrtay 100 Baskets oJE Fresh On-. .tario Con cord" au'd Grapes to, iCc .a basket California Tokays at Goc a basket A fresh, supply Malaga Grapes, Cranberries, Spanish Onions, B.C. Celery in today We carry a fall line oE everything: that's good to eat Good Delivery Service THE GOOD GO. WHOLESALE RETAIL W. will be In-fact the'luncheon u-ill be such that a. will be tempted to cat whether he brought an tippetite or-not; -_The menu for each day will be published in the Herald the day previous and will consist of one soup or fish, one roost or grill; vegetables or relishes, ['potatoes and one dessert. The "tax :will be oOc. We predict that this .special luncheon will merit a large patronage. Piano Tuning W.H. Field PRACTICAL EXPEUT IS NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a short time. Leave orders at A Armstrong's Jewellery Store. 1 WAHTED "girl for light housework. Apply TiS'Dufferin St. 260 0 Sage, bookseller and--stationer. 'He gave .each of the staff a set of his new colored picture, pos tcards of -Leth bridge views. They are withbu card yet published. A the members'of of the Anglican Young 'People's As- sociation will be held at the residence of 3Irs. Sherlock.'Bomp'as St., 'on Monday October the members and friends' qf'the Assocration ly invited-to be present.- Chlef Gillespie located "a tin-horn gambler yesterday- ami the gentleman made his exit last night. He repre- sented, himself as a 'prosperous busi- ness man of Vancouver Prince Rupert but his record showed that he washout "orT" for plnying the game in. Vancouver. On Sunday the anniversary services'of the Epworth League of Wesley Church will be held. The the'day'will be Rev. W. R. Young D.D., pastor of St. James Methodist; Church, Montreal, the lead ing church of -the denomination in Canada. Dr. Young }s a ora- tor of great ability and he should be heard by .a large congregation. He hotels "a prominent position in the- chiireh end isj now on his way cast from the '.meeting of the General Board of Mission's: LORD MIUNER-TALKS Man., Oct. Milner addressed the Canadhn club last evening. He was introduced by Win. Whyte, vice president of the C-.'-P. R. Lord Milnrr was greeted with great applause on rising. He, took for. his theme Ihe destiny of the having" just completed a tour of the Canadian West. I That Feel Right, and Wear Right Wanted to curchasj on easy terms with small cash payment, 7 roomed house or cottage. Price must be reasonable. Send description and lo- cality to Box 1295, City.....259-2 Anyone desiring information con- corning choree fruit land, alt under ir- j rigatton, capable of growing delicious fruits and situated on Okanagan i Lake, B.C., call or communicate with j F. C. Manchester, agent, Summerland Co., Hotel Lethbridge MERRY WIDOW Hand Bag GOOD LEATHER and J. Johnston Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- For Snaps In all descrip- tions of City property -SEE- L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 8 MaofonaM Block WARM At a very small expense you can make year 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 Sendine: name of your dealer to FRED J, C, MI art C8, SOLE AOENTS WINNIPEG, iMAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers TO Not merely a figure but the best IMPORTED and Canadian Cloths, designed, cut, sewed and shaped by men holding the. highest reputation in tod ay for workmanship, and offered to you by a house that is known in Southern Alberta, to make good its every promise or claim. TO All these suits are fashioned to A Different Suit for Every Man suits are fashi to Progress Brand Suits and Overcoats This Is what you will find in our Fit-Reform Wardrobes- the hour, tailored in the honest careful Fit-Reform way.. All wool, only...-----................................ You can buy a Progress Brand Suit or Overcoat at moderate prices. They arc winners. Come early and get a good choice Prices range to Cooler Weather Necessitates Warmer Underwear z Men, we are ready to supply your every requirement in this line. Stanfieldrs pure wool ribbed, Wolsey Unshrinkable in many weights and qualities, wool fieece- A ft lined, cotton fierce-lined, etc. Prices per tO Sole Agents for. the Geo, A. Slater Invictus Shoes I iMcKELVIE McGUlREJ I SELL EVERYTHING MEN WEAR PHONE 154 ;