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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw and Up to DiU. lAMPLt ROOMS IN CONNECTION TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLAClL TO STA1 Whei in Ltthbrtiige Is the MLU HOW The Store of Quality No, 7 Sunset No. 8 No. 9 Ranges at Special Prices for One Month The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 67 PHONE 62 Big Reductions in all lines of CROCKERY To enable Us to make room for New Goods PHONE 21 6. BRADBEER CO. first union BpQEEit Store in City THE LAST of the SEASON Italian Prunes. Tokay Grapes, Ontario Grapes, Ripe Tomatoes, etc., etc. All first-class stock. Special Pi ices in Quantities. THE GO OD CO. PHONE .88 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Gramo- phones The Best Gramapbone for its size for Come in and hear it. TWO RECORDS FOR PRICE OF ONE ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE New Whitney Block Aftnti for Underwood Typt- writer The Comfort of a 1 1 Hot Water Betife cannot be measured by trie price. A good hot water bottle gives comfort when you have to use fort in peace of mind when you do not have to use it from the fact that you know a ready aid is at hand. We have a line of hot water that are sold under a two-years' guarantee, and at a very low price. dberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. J. BIPLEf, HIGINBOTHAM'S Have Dispensed Over Eighty-four Thousand Prescriptions; People have entrusted us with their health over eighty four thousand times. That means that for times the dis- pensers at Higihbotk'am's have displayed the phar- maceutical training, bring- ing into their work their years of experience, care and dispensing art. None but graduates take care of this department at Higinbotham's. J. 0, HijiDtathan 8 Co. ItH. Family and Dispeniinf Chemiita. telephone 49. Nigk (Edmonton, snow Calgary, cloudy Reghia, fair Brandon, clear Winnipeg, fair Port Arthur, cloudy.. Lethbridge, clear "Fine weather lias throughout the prairie provinces and temperatures h'ave risen somewhat. Forecast Easterly winds and cold, with light snow in soutihern districts. 40 43 44 45 46 40 47 been general Tuxedo Pure Demonstrated all this week, commencing Thursday Icings, Jelly Powders, Spices, Coffees. These are first class products. You are invited to investigate their merits. We're here because we are confident we can give you complete satisfaction in Groceries, Fruit and Confectionery. Call and ask for the Brands we handle. QTY AND DISTRICT For a first-class iob in CLEANING AND DYEING- lies1 or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 We have Maple and Birch Flooring in Stock The funeral of the late Mrs. T. W. Clark-e was held yesterday afternoon at half past three from the residence to St. Augustin's Church. The ser- vice was conducted by the Rev. J. S. i Olivers. The pall hearers were, H. "A. J. McDougall, Malcolm Young, W. H. Midland, W. C. Ives, F.' GT. jwa-ddington, and E. Adams. Mr. Clarke has the sympathy of a large i circle of friends in his sad bereave- jment. He intends leaving for 1 land at once. Those who want to get tickets for the lecture to be given, by the Hon- jorable William Jennings Bryan have t got to he 'heavy on the hurry' for there arc not a great many tickets yet for sale. There .will be abun- dant accommodation for all ticket-! holders, although there will be no'j j room to spare. There will be no j j room for hats. Ladies attending the lecture positively" must remove their hats, whether large or small. Ush- crs will be in abundance to take care j jot the crowd while an orchestra will entertain the crowd while waiting for I Mr. Bryan to begin his lecture. There j is bound to be a big crowd but the management are making every POST sible arrangement for everybody's comfort. CITY AND DISTRICT The Arcade Bowling Alley opens to- night. Concert at the "Arcade" by the Lyceum Theatre Orchestra tonight. Clarence-Lee of Seven Persons is taking a business course at the Gar- butt Business College. The Ladies Aid of Westminster Church will meet on Wednesday at the Parsonage at 3 p.m. All mem- bers are requested to be present. Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith of Taber arc visiting in the city today. Two carloads of settlers' effects ar- riyed this, morning en route' for Milk Pviver and Warner. 'Wm. J. Morrison has sold his pro- perty" on Bartlett St. -and is build- ing on the "corner of Bartlett and Mc- Duff. Laugh and grow fat is the motto at the Eureka all this week. If you fail to see Johnson's performing dogs you will ragret it. Don't miss the Jolly. Old Maid, Word has .been received of the death of Mrs. Dennison, mother of Miles Dennison of this city, at Woodstock, N. B. 'Mr. Dennison was successful in reaching home before she died. Craddock and Viner opened to the public today one of the niftiest .gro- cerys in Southern Alberta. The new goods present a good display in the fresh new store in the Sherlock Block. This firm have stocked a supply of groceries from the very best brands and above everything else are 'determined to build up a reputation for the excellent quality of the goods they handle. T. W. Clarke wishes to sell his furniture just as it stands in the house. Apply'to T. W: Clarke, Phone 315, or P. O. Box 502. The picture show and sale at thr- kindergarten school this afternoon was enjoyed by a large number of ci- tizens. Pictures will be on sale this evening from 8 till 10. The proceeds of the sale go towards getting pic- tures for the two rooms of the Kin- dergartenSchool. The collection con- sists of good pictures in Sepia, Per- ry pictures, original water colors and framed pictures. FAMILY GROCERS Sherlock Block, Redpath Street AW Felt Shoes for Cold Weather We are showing a splendid range of Felt Wear in Men's, Ladies'and Children's Shoes, Romeos and Slippers; also buck, plain and wool-lined slippers. are what you want for cold weather. Call and inspect these before buying. The Lethbridge Quick Print F. T. ROBINS, Prop. Will Open -for Business on or about October 26th on WOODJTREET J Fine Work and Rush f Orders a Specialty 44 HEATING You can heat your house most conveniently with an COX GOES 'INTO BUSINESS HERE known Ball Player to Become Citizen ot the Home Town '''Chesty" Cox, the popular- base- ball player is going into business- in Lethbridge. When, he is not playing ball "Chesty" a painter and pa- per-hanger and is. going late that line bavins gone with The Herald regrets that in. the men tion of the death of Mrs. T. W. Clarke, the word '-'florist" was in- serted. The deceased lady was the, wife of t. W. Clark-e of the Hardware Co. staff and not of T. L.j Clarke, the florist. Are You Satisfied with your milk supply If riot, phone 347 Fresh Milk, Gream and Butter COX SON Box 80 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 Co. We ship out of town daily. Walter Scholl, who' has been in the citv for "about four months at that work and has -five men employed at present. The new firm lias leased a part of ,the aew 'Whitney.'Block where the Mah Tai laundry' used to be and have ordered a full stock of wallpa- per, linoleum, burlap, linnewall and paints. Their stock will be here in a few days and they expect to open up their store ia a -week- "or ten days. They will do all kinds of painting, paperhanging and similar work. Al- ready they have' several-, contracts including 'the new Virtue residence on. Redpath St. Sir. Scholl is well known as an expert workman and if "Chesty" comes up to the mark as a business man as he does as a' ball player and a gentleman in the city, the new firm can confidently look forward to share of business. WHEAT MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Oct. opened' 3-8'to 1-2 'lower and closed 5-8 lower. Ml' markets opened a shade higher, "than 'yesterday's close and after a slight show of strength drop- ped''away and closed weak at the bottom. world's visible showed a big.'increase 'over last year, being oveir firs 'millions. AH ittews was bearish. "Cash demand has fallen off and premiums are getting closer to the options. Wheat December opened at BANK AT DIAMOND CITY NOV. I TKe'Molsons Bank -will open a branch at City, Nov.'1.-The staff will come from'-the -Calgary of- fice. For Private Sale t} .fmV PIANO in ebonized tone new. ..Apply Manager, THE ENSIGN CO. Acadia Block Redpath St. Important' to Old Timers Send us your old Canadian and other "postage stamps, used -or unused. BEST PRICES PAID Look them out, you may have "one worth EXPERT; c-o THE ENSIGN CO. Acadia Block Redpath St. YSim n 111 n n i n H-M-