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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald TMt PLACE TO STAY It UMMp i SUM MB 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 anjd prices are right call and be convinced The Hick Hardware Co. WE SELL FOR CASH JtUPATH STItEirr P.O. 670 The Barrier Kina; Spruce Mr. Crowo't Career Into the Primitive The Iron Heel The Trait of the Lonetome Pine And many Phone 2SI Agents for Underwood D ru g Talks You are -justified in ex- pecting tbe best that money can bny at our drugstore. That was our policy at the now is likely to be as lonj? as we serve you in drug wants. Prescription I, I. WIH, Iff. LHBWB 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 Dental School, Chicago Now located in Macdonald Block. Cor. Round and Eedpath Sts. Rooms 11-12 Hours: J-12; 1-5. The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH topn Ciiiiiqlai Inucr Ct. Ltt Phones 23 and 123 -Ntrtk rfTrxk At present we stock a fairly _ representative line of the most up-to- date Trusses. Should you require a kind we do Hot stock we will procure for you, A f nil stock of crotches: supporters, etc., al- ways on hand. The Store of Qttfity OH AND DISTRICT A. Davis and H. J. 3. Brown r have returned from spending a week's" holiday at Qouel's ranch. Tho Lyceum prop ammo tinrvM a wook. -Miss Fairfield of Kingston, Ont., is visiting her brother, W. H.. Fairfield, at the Experimental Farm. Yesterday very large congregations attended-Wesley Church, to hear Rev. Dr. W. H. Young of Montreal. The sermons were both thoughtful and in- spiring The Lyceum vaudeville programme this week is something superb. Ncidig will hold an auction sale of furniture opposite the Presby- terian new church site, Dr. DeVeber's old residence, on Thursday, Oct. 22, at p.m. Gus. Xeidig announces a large auc- tion sale of thoroughbred running horses and Standard Bred mares on Oct. 26th at 2.30 p. m. at Furrnan's Livery Barn. Wallace in now illustrated mo todies at tho- Lyceum. The regular meeting of the Fort- nightly Club will be held at the home of Mr. and J. Morgan Tuesday (tomorrow) evening at 8 o'clock. Members are requested to come on time. Same old price. Same good show. At the Bijou. Nuff sed. A wedding of much interest was solemnized by Rev. A. C. Bryan in St. Andrew's Presbyterian church when Miss Anna OJga Landholm of Xanton and Mr. Wm. Frederick Jones of. Calgary were united in marriage News. Some fine new scenery at the Ly ceum tonight. Thornton Powell of Reid Hill in t letter to the Herald says, "Thresh ing is about finished in our district. There was a good yield, especially of flax. Our country is only two years old but .thousands of acres will be broken next spring." The Little Chimney Sweep at tonight. For a Nice Box of EATING and COOKING APPLES PHONE 21 31 WEATHErt; lair 56 Medicine Hat, fair 50 Regina, fair 28 Winnipeg, cloudy 44: 28 A few 'scattered showers bat mostly fair. Not much change in temperature. .H Mrs: Wedd, ol lig Visiting her daughter Mrs. J. K. Turpin.. A. Barnsley spent yesterday in Mac- leod. Mr, Leonard, manager o the Beliance Trading Co., has pur chased an acre of land in the Doug las addition, and is now building: a 0ne residence on it. Mr. Sparks has Free Press. Anothar laugh in picture arttitled Taktn The railway business of Nanton showed an increase of in Sep tember over the business of Septem ber a year ago. Of course, one thing to be taken into consideration, in thi increase-in that the grain shipments started earlier this year. Last year there were no grain shipments in Sep tember, while this year nearly. a hun dred thousand bushels were sent ou before the first 'of News. Michael Rus sian drama in at thi tonight. Business ia rushing an the A R. 41. lines. Nearly erery day an extra has to run to handle the traffic This morning three trains left th city: The regular Cardston train, special coke train of thirteen cars on the south line, and the extra fo the beets. Every train brings in i few cars of wheat on its return. Norman and J. W. Qasktll__ Lyceum archtstra furnishai som exceptional music at the Lyceum. MERRY WIDOW Hand Bag GOOD LEATHER J. J- Johnston Fratriplvw Drvg gut -QUALITY QUARTERS- A GOOD BUY Lots 15 tod 16 in Block 53 on Round St. Third cash, balance in 6 and 12 momths at 8 per cent L. S. Ripley 294 Apples ftrat' car ol Witter Affpies. it to arrive ton about 25thOetobtr, QQMiitukgof tip following imriatiec: Komaii Bottutitt, York Imperials, Mteaoori Spiet, Cheek. wini, Greeuingf, and Ben Dam. This ia aU No. 1 atoak and prices will ha right. Leave your orders early ,aud secure tne( va- rieties you want. We de- lifer to any part ol the city THE GOOD CO. MLESAil M JKnU, .Phone tt. Tba old haU U now totally at tko LycatMM. Hanson paid IS aad to the eowi oa Saturday for beuif d.and d. CQIFECTION WHAT A COAXER is a box" of our delicious palate-ticklers! Pureti fla- ors, Chocolates, Caramels, Taffies ;tc. FINEST CONFECTIONERY lake home a box today and she'll ook like your best girl'again. Cap- ivate her too. Pleasing prices always.- I's Randy Kitdm (THi funnioat ft: C, Metture went to Winni- g yetiterday "mornittf J 8. and MeLeod, of Medicine are in the ity today. Dainty' Dorrfe DaniMr at tho ly. MI in Woedan SKaa raeo aat.% 'i Bobt, Riven and W B. Bell, preai- eat aecretary respectively ol the -P.: Sr machinists union returned to wk at the C. P. R. shops today. Nearly all strikers arc now at ork..- Blue, of Ottawa, the head ol he Dominion census department, ia the city today. He wag Jormerly editor. of the St. Ont., Jour- nal, and was Inter on the Toronto tHo crowd" on Wodnoaday ifht ta tho popular Bijou Contmonco t.30 prompt. La- dita frto A Jekltr 'supposed to be a man named Murray to itick a number of businesamen on Saturday. He got a'wjitch and a "ring from two of them, a suit from -another" more clothes from -The merchanta to be an easy mark. The po. lice are after "him. Tho Lyceum attendance last wook about There mutt be niif In Lothbridge's new theatre ta warrant this. Henderson has returned from his trip'to the coast. A large number of rhen from Cowley are in the city today trying to 'get lonieateads. John Kenny, of Calgary, Inspector of Customs offices, is in the city to- day. o> Ton year old Dainty Dorrir in hor ctovor impersonations of VeVtavTilky. Phis we know1 will nteaso all! A meeting for the formation, of tbe International Brotherhood of Electri- cal Workers-will be held Bal- moral Hotel this-evening at 8 o'clock" Those entitled to join are persofea en- gaged in the manufacture, ikstaJla.- :ion, maintenance, assembling operation of all electrical by which the power known as electricity is generated, utilized and controlled. This union is composed of ooiaide and inside electrical The former underground cable men, cable aplicers trouble men. working-for distributing companies, etc while the latter comprises wirenec armature winders, cranemen, switch board makers and and fixture hangers. The local organize of the American Federation of will be present, and he trusts all tkose having to do with the above will be present. The Fairchilds in their side split ting comedy at the miss it. WH. Field PRACTICAL EXPEKT IS NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a abort time. Leave orders at Armstrong's Jewellery Store. WARM HOUSE I! NO At a very small expense you can make your houo as wai ID as though it were plastered is a durable covering made from the beat ected woolen rags, and can be put on the walls by anyone- Write For Free Sample Sending name of your dealer to FKEO J. L 01 aid d SOLE: WINNIPEG, MAN. For sale locally by all lumber Mstucr JuUst at Wa- a EPIDEMIC OF SMALLPOX Fredericton, N. B., Oct. has been a serious outbreak of small- wx at Edmunstoii oti the upper St. form" river. Ia all there are about forty cases. There have been 'no deaths.. OPPOSE UNION congregation Jarvis street Baptist church at. a meeting last night decided to oppose the proposed Baptist union 'on the ground chiefly that t unworkable. ROBT. MELVIN DEAD Hamilton, Ont., Oct. Kelvin formerly-president of the ll_ tual Life, Assurance Company of Can- ada, was taken suddenly ill on a 5rand Trunk train while enroute to Hew York Saturday night and died icre yesterday. MRS. PATERSON IS DEAD Ttoroutp, 'Oct. John: A Paferaon, wife of J. A. Paterson, K D., died; Saturday afternoon from fracture of the skull, caused by being knocked over by a cyclist on Friday. The chief coroner declares the affair was accidental. DETROIT WON Chicago, Oct. an exhibition game, Detroit of the American League, won from the World's cham- pion .Chicago team' ofs the Nationa League by a score of 7 to 3. SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL At Argo 19 Montreal.................... 13 McGill Ottawa College At Tigers Ottawa 11 15 Cambridge, Oct. found a weak opponent in the Springfiek training school team today and won easily, forty-four to nothing. PERSONAL Anyone acquainted with Mr. Jamet T. Detweiler, engineer, will confer favor by. sending his- address to the Herald office at once. Something to hia advantage. Important. 364- dttirinf information ctrninf choict fruit land, all ir rigaiiort, capable of growing fruits and situated on Ofcanagan Lafct, B.C., call or communicate with F. C. Manchester, agent, Sommerland Trust Co., Hotti WANTED AT ONCE Amateur performers in any line a the Eureka Theatre. See manager before Thuroday night. THE FOOT TOGGERY PRO v iocs EVUCYTHIMC for the FEtt NELSON GOW CAKES Layer Cake Lunch Madeira Marble. Froit Vienna Macaroona, Golden Boda r JillyRoll AU kinds pT Cakes, Pies, and Pastry. kind made to order MODEL: BAKERY tart ft. KIN in hrafrietett 8upt. Wilson went to Macleod to- day. Mrs. J. 0. Wilson went to ,CaIgary on the local today. Hike Pop is being tried this after- noon by Inspector West on a charge of threatening to shoot, in an affray at No. 3 on aSturday. The grading plough broke down on street.'this afternoon and about a doten teams were made idle for a while. ND HAND STORE 4101OUND STREET Two or thxea dozen Englian Cardigan JackeU for iui- price only, each. Come quickly aud get ooe.boyg, Joey will aoon be .gone. Don't blame ma if you miaa a chance of securiug one this ridiculously low figure. -v Frank Waddington Chas. Peta (ft Go. Horseeboers and General Blacksmirhs EAsror TAYLOR MILLS Work done promptly efficiently to'i liKkeoii iERj.20 at the HUB CAFE at the Cream of Tomatoes Broiled Tenderloin of Beef Green Peas .Mashed Potatoes or Boiled .Peach Trifle and Cream THE- Established 1855 OFFICE, MONTREAL CAPITAL PAID UP'... RESERVE FUND A Branch fof this Bank is now Open in Lethbridge ACCOUNTS of Individuals, Corporations, Merchants and Farmers Invited Savings BanK Department f 1 will start an Account Interest paid four times a year at highest current rate A General Banking Business Transacted K. D. JOHNSON, LeAMft Brad Officc-Redpath Street rTRAYED OR STOLEN Prom my residence, Baroness Road on Thursday, Oct. 15th, three red Irish setter pups, two months old. A suitable reward will be paid for their return. Any person harboring them after this notice will bo prosecuted. P. L. Naismith. 362-6 L. M. BarrUttr Solicitor Office adjoinirif union fiaat Heaters! Heaters! Heaters! Before purchasing call and see onr Special OaL, Royal .Oaks and Winners For weight, durability and finish they have no equal 75 I.M IMt t.M P.O. Box 27 ;