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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw and Up U DtU. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION Daily Herald THE PLACt TO STAY fin In Is the OILLIS HO 111 Now thai the weather lias turned cooler, you should think of buy- ing your Heater. We hate a good variety of Oaks and Hot Blasts, so call early" and have first choice P.O. BOX PHONE 62 Gramo- phones The Best Gramaphone for its size for Come in and hear it. TWO RECORDS FOR PRICE OF ONE BOOKSTORE Phons 251 New Whitney Block Agents for Underwood Type- writer ir Smoke "Duke's manufac- tured by H. J. Cunningham, Leth- bndge. 26C-6 Miss .Mover and Miss Cress-well, of the Good Co., afternoon .for a visit to 'Calgary. Malted Barley For Strength Hops for nerves. The ideal food tonic for "Run .down" overworked, nervous and convalescent people. CABLING'S MALT EXTRACT is made from, select malted barley with choice hops add- ed and extracted by the latest and most approved scienti- fic process. 35c per for SI We are agents for Kodaks, Cameras and accessories. Our stock is large and well as- sorted. We develop and print. When -you want- anything in Photographic Goods see our and be convinced that we have what you. want. AT JJJipfoota Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 4D. Nigty. The Store of Quality Big Reductions in all lines of To enable Us to make room for New Goods PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CD. First ON IOM Grocery Store in City Italian Prunes. Tokay Grapes, Ontario Grapes, Ripe etc., etc. All first-class stock. Special Prices in Quantities. THE GOOD CO PHONE Sfl HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE Calgary, fair Regina, fair Winnipeg., fair Port Arthur, fair Forecast: Western WEATHER. 35 41 43 42 provinces. 24 17 26 24 fair today and Tuesday a little teiBDerature. higher CITY AND DISTRICT T.A. Underwood, proprietor of the Grassy Lake hotel is visiting in the city today. The Bank of Montreal is opening branches at 'Moose Jaw and Outlook, CITY AND DISTRICT Dr. P. M. Campbell has returned from a trip to the east. C. K. Nourse. manager of the- Bank of Commerce, returned to Calgary this afternoon after a short stay on bank business here. The ladies of St. Patrick's church will give a social in St. Augustin's j Mrs. G. W. Foster, Torrance Ave., gave birth to a fine boy Saturday, j Both mother and. child are doing j splendidly. Parents -wishing their children (boys and girls) to train for the children's .fancy dress ball, particu- lars 622 Crabb St. Supt. Begin, formerly of the R. N.- i W. M. P., Lethbridge, has the Yukon to relieve the superinten- dent at White Horse for three months. Big Free Concert at the ''Arcade" tonight by Prof. Greve's new Lyceum Theatre Orchestra. See program. Mr. C. Colter and bride of Medicine Hat stopped over last Friday on their return from their 'honeymoon I trip to the Coast to visit Mr. Col- ter's brother, of this city. Red Deer Advocate: The old A. J. Strong farm, west of Penhold, since owned'by A. P. Ross, of Lethbridge, has been sold to R. and D. Marshall, of Innisfail. Ferrdc Ledger: C. J. Eckstorm of j the Dallas Hotel, Lethbridge, was in j the city for the funeral of F. H.'Sher j man. Mr. Eckstorm was agreeably i To the Public Cradaock Viner beg to announce that their new grocery in the Sherlock Block will be opened for business to-morrow morning with a new and complete stock of fruit and confectionery. We feel confident that we are in a position to give you complete satisfac- tion and respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. Ladies are invited to call and learn the brands of the goods we handle. Let us show you our Premier Brand of Spices and Baking Powders. VINER Felt Shoes for Cold Weather We are thowing a splendid range of Felt Wear in Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Romeos and I Slippers; also buck, plain and wool-lined slippers. These are what you want for cold .weather. Call and inspect these before buying. I The Foot Toggery I 1 7 i TO CARPENTERS We have just received a shipment of Carpen- ters'Special-Tools. If you want anything other than the Saw. VHammer, Chisel and Square, call arid see what time and trouble we can save you with these splendid tools. HAYR BROS, PHONE P.O. BOX 27 FAMILY GROCERS Sherlock Block, Redpath Street surprised at the growth of' Fernie, Hall on Friday evening. The pro- but he ,is all and'you can I A' Buchanan ceeds are to go for -a fund towards hardly blame him., erecting a new church. tonight by Prof. Greve's new Lyceum Theatre Orchestra. See program. John A. Silver The auction sale at. the old Steam. Laundry tomorrow is one of special importance to hotel proprietors, and CITY AND D'STRICT Mrs. R. 'Niven, sr., left on the lo- cal for Calgary today. W. Turpm-is spending a couple of days at Medicine Hat. J. S. Kirkharn, returned Sunday morning from -a two months' visit to Montreal, Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg. i Edmonton Bulletin: Mrs. Braith- waite's little informal tea oi last j Saturday was to give some old {friends of her guest, Mrs. West, 'of i Lethbridge, an opportunity of meet- jing her. About a dozen ladies 'en- i joyed a cosy chat and cup of tea with Mrs. Braithwaite and Mrs. West. Those who wish' to secure for the Canadian Club luncheon .'IE. honor of Hon. W. J. Bryan can secure them A. J. Irving, S. J. Shepard, A. Tilley, H. J. Goode, and 0. D. Austin at, fifty! cents each. The accommodation is' limited to one hundred and twenty. in the "A lady's ring was found in Wesley- Church the night'of Hon. G: E.. Fos- ter's lecture. It can, be had at the J Parsonage. A man named Stoadard from Bur- i dett. was arrested city on Sat- -iurday night by the" Mounted- Police ion a charge of theft." The case was'i remanded for three days. The Garbutt Business College has j outgrown its' present quarters and j I v. iii ut UCM.U uii v> ciiiitono.v cmug, secured' accommodation in the next in the. Odd Fellows' Hall at 9 i which, will be occupied p-'m. The S. 0; E. will have their about December first.' regular meeting at 7 p. and the i: We regret a mistake in the report STOVES You can heat your house most conveniently with an OAK TREASURE HEATING STOVE A large stock of all sizes For Small Rooms For Large Booms Call an'd see them You will save money 'by buying the best on the market The price will please you The McKeown Hardware Co: -We ship put of town daily. _, xr, first whist drive of the season: to be given by the-Sons of England will be held on'Wednesday evening take place of Alberta issue where it j xvas stated that Alderman Hatch re- I sponded to the vote of thanks ten- j dcred to the city. This should have read Alderman whist drive will lately after the lodge proceedings close. Englishmen" who have not yet themselves with the S. 0. E. are cordially, at- tend the whist drive and every man is expected to, bring a lady -along. refreshments will be provided as us- i ual. IMPORTANT TO OLD TIMERS Send us your old Canadian other postage'" stamps, used or-unused. BEST PRICES PAJD Look them out, you may have one worth S100. EXPERT. C-o THE ENSIGN. CO. Acadia Block Redpath St. It wili pay you to Pioneer Co. trade with us. 242-26 Miss L'ayton. assistant postmistress of Cardston, spent Sunday, visiting her friends- in the city. the Lethbridge boardin, housc keepers, including as I Iron Works, has invented an electric j it does'a-large quantity of goods of i of_ Wesley Church on Wed- hoisi-'that should prove of great great utilitv to their class of busi- SIX kv ness. About fiftv mattresses mostly. Th! place very quiet- new, will be sold, 35 toilet sets 24 bt' I minster, oi the Hon. Dewdnev crockerv, TJ i rj. ia IPrmer Lieut.-Governor of' British A solid oak 16 ft. bar IP Columbia, and Miss. Blanche E. P" washsrands, flioena Prescription Specialists B. BIRGf, LOT8IOGE terest and vaule to builders. One is in operation in the P. Burns block. The hoist is 'attached to a five horsc- .power motor and is used in "hoisting I beds, etc. j cement and brick to the upper stories j complete with fittings and Mr. Woodyarcl, the foreman of the registers are included and should find building, says that with the hoist he a ready market. Kitchen crockerv. For a first-class in CLEANING AND DYEING lies' or Gents' Clothes call at DYE WORKS can, with the aid of three' men, do the work of ten. The death occurred. yesterday at her home on the corner" of Redpath and Cutbill streets.of Rose E. Clarke wife of Thomas William Clarke, flo- Mrs. Clarke had been sick for the past month and succumbed to the effects of Jier illness last night. The tin and enamel ware, curtains in large quantities are -amongst thf goods.. The sale commences at 10 o'clock a.m. and Frank G. Wadding- ton is the auctioneer. Entire change .of program at the Eureka tonight. See Tony John- stm's 4 1-2 dogs, the most wonderful dog act ever seen .in the city. Miss Clara Burton, the jolly old maid, who s everyone laugh. Kemcys-Tynte, youngest 'daughter of the late Col. Charles Tynte, of Halswell, Somersetshire, Cefn Mably, Glamorganshire. The bride was 'given away by her'brother, Mr. St. David Kemeys-.Tynte and Mr.. Forbes G. Vernon-w_as best man. The few relations and friends present sub- sequently adjourned -to the- residence of Mrs. Kemcys-Tynte, sister-in-law of the bride, in Warwick square. The Hon. Mr. Dewdney and his bride re- turn to Canada shortlv. have Maple and Birch Flooring in Stock Do You Want Some? Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 Rut Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acadia Church, interment in the Church 'of England cemetery; Funeral arrange- ments are in the bauds of Addison and Sons, undertakers. BJg Free Concert at tha "Arcade" tonight by Prof. Greve's new Lyceum Theatre Orchestra. See program. HOT WATER BOTTLES A fresh n6w sxipply of these have just arrived for fall and winter sale. They are manufactured from the purest quality of rub- ber, and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. J- Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST -M- It will pay yourto Pioneer Lumbtr Co. with us. 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 50 to Stafford- Agnew Co. :Tlyou live out of town, write -a.' Delay Getting your tickets for the Lecture by W. J. BRYAN in Knox Church on OcUQ at 8 p.m. Only a few left for Sale at all City Drug Stores The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH "Acadia Block Autumnal Beauties in Dress Fabrics FINE: BROADCLOTH popular for dressy tailored garments; fine silky finish, 54 ins. wide; guararjjteed oughly shrunk. SPLHNDID VENETIAN SUITINGS- very popular cloth-on account of iis- splendid "dust shedding qualities; extra" fine .satin: finish; guaranteed permanent; 48 ins. wide; all'colors. ".'-v.y- EXCLUSIVE FANCY line wcpteds'; in the.'newegtj striped effects ofjlie and'the popular colors; 56 ins. wide; one of The woman who visits our Dress- Goods Department does not need .to be t-olcl, "Fall is here." 'Not alone are the colorings amazing in their richness, but the weaves themselves will be a revela- tion to those who know and appreciate beauty in Dress-Goods. Never before has a store in this vicinity shown such a splendid assortment of new..winning fabrics. The (newest suitings.and mater- ials for evening wear are here in abun- all the new trimmings to match. We are about to enlarge our Dress-Making quarters are already entirely too small to meet the requirements ot our fast growing that fu- tfire or'ders booked in good time may be executed to your entire sat- isfaction and with the least possible delay. LACE gamy gowns for evening wear. each, oae a" finish- ed pattern for that particular garment: most dressy for afternoon or evening wear- but one of a kind. FINE SPOTTED Dainty., sheer materials in a complete range of all the delicate colors, suitable for evening wear; very soft silky colors' or neat spots. SATIN- rich, soft finish cloth that hangs most gracefully in" the style of shown "in'all the new and most popular .colors; 24 ins. wide; excellent value. Newest Models inJPerfect Fitting Corsets of Highest .Grades _ One of this season's cleverly show to best advantage ever a hst season's isn't intended "to. Corsets are made to conform wKrt "the prevailing is, good ones kinds we carry. Corset mistakes are impossibie you select a new model here. We have, the'sola selling agency Canada? leading complete stock just to h.and con- taining all the new, graceful styles that well dressed women delight to guaranteed not to rust, models for every type of satisfaction in every instance. Just a line here of the good Values we, offer- A LEADING 95c NEW i MOD value to say the least, -newest Directoire styles, hips and dium of splemlid wearing coutil, i.i white only; suited to the great- majority of figures and perfGct-fittiftg; has two pair of velvet-grip hose supporters, front.and sides. ;