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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Best a Day Hotel in Alberta .WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel the Bent Moat Ccr.venlant Place to Stay The Hunter who Gets the Is the one with the best outfit. You cannot Expect to be successful if your limiting sup- plies are not good quality- Buy the best anil get results. LOADED Winchester, Dominion, and TJ. il. C. makes. Good sioclc. HUNTING specially fiafe styles, to ?5.00. WADING twill and drab sat- een. and up. SHELL BAGS AND and canvas from to REPEATING SHOT makes. SHOT by L. C., Smith, Parker and ClabrougiL ?30.00 up to HAMMER to GUN OIL AND cents to 25 cents, THERMOS necessary for com fort. Take one along. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL 60S THIRD AVENUE PHONE O. BOX 670 We give special attention to mail orders TODAY. Expect to have COXCORD GRAPES At 35c per basket tomorrow. The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS JUST WHAT YOU WAATT A Loose Leaf Price Eook any rings.. You will find the book is thinner. stronger and the leaves will not come out. Por office sup- plies, go to UN'S BflOXSTH Ntw Wbttnty Block "Irst door west Union Bank Itr UmJtrwotrf writtr Phone 1265. FULL STRENGTH DRUGS A noteworthy difference in drugs is that pure drugs may be all that the name implies but to be of full strength, ia just as necessary. You get tnis quality buying: at the Alberta Drug- Store Every prescription filled here is compounded of purs drags of highest strength and efficiency, which makes for your" speedy recovery and your doctor's satisfacdorL enOookCo, Prescription Specialists 1.1. SIFLflf, IETBB1IBGE ROCHON'S FOR THE Daintiest Lunch IN THE CITY. ALL YOU WANT TOO AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALTY. WATER GLASS or preserving eggs We have the tested article. The brand carry- gives excellent- sat- isfaction. It is re- liable and a money saver. 2oc worth Tei 11 make 1 gallon .of. the pre- sale at J. D. Co, ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322. Night Bell on Front Door CITY AND DISTRICT i "General Supt. Price, of. the C.P.R.. is in the city today business. carloads of lumber are be- ing unloaded' by the C--P.R. for addition to their ice house here. A thirst promoter. This week's Eve-Opener. Very Dry. Red Cross Co.. Call 656, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 CrabB St. 210-0 Call up Crown.. Cleaners, corner oi Redpath and Bnrdeti streets, oppo- site Methodist churdi. 471. 173-0 WKL- tailor, My Ward- robe, late of 327 Round street-, is now occupying the old stand oi City Dye Works, opposite Pioneer Lum ber Co. Cleaning, pressing, repairing and altering neatly "-and .promptly turned out. Phone 1421. 262.2 Try a box ot choice cut flowers from Geo. Taylor's. Sure to please you or your friends, Si per .box up- Free green with cut flowers. Phone 675. P. O. Box 1353. 246-0 A .whist social, under the auspices of St. Mary's Men's Society will be held in Redi'ng's Hall. North Ward, on Thursday, 20th October, at 7.45 p.m.4 Refreshments and enter- tainment. Tickets obtained at door or from W. Matthews, 22i West- minster Road. Pictures change tonight at the Eu- reka. A beautiful feature. "The Mes- sage of the'Sea." Don't miss it. Don't forget St.. Mary's Church So-" Reding's North Ward, on October, at 7.45 p.m.. 260-4 Remember the whist drive" and so- cial, in aid of St. Mary's Church', at Reding's Hall on Thursday, October 20th, at 7.-15 p.m. Come early to avoid the crush, 260-4 Did you hear that outburst about nine o'clock last night That u-as the patrons at the Eureka some stranger was trying to throw the' bear. For Thanksgiving Day, October 31, 1910, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company are authorizing a rate of fare and" one-third for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale October 2S to 31 inclusive, final return November 2, 1910. See Al. Monie, some dancer at the Eureka this week. If you .enjoy a WEVTEK C. and ALBERTA POTATOES XVe have just placed ic our cellar uvo car loads of potatoes, one car of assorted vegetables and we have two cars of Winter apples arriving from Washington this week. k -Now is t'ae time for you to lay in a Winter supply of these goods. The prr ces are advancing and you will save money by buying now. f HE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 PROMPT DELIVERY "RAFTS" OF LUMBER Of all kinds, and for all purposes, can be had at our yards where builders and contractors will find it to their advantage to go needing Lumber for INDOOR OR OUTDOOR WORK This is -all well dried and thorough y seasoned wood, both hard and soft, cut to required lengths, and, all ready-for delivery. Very fair prices. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 TRY A CUP OF TUXEDO COFFEE FREE DEMONSTRATION s Of Tuxedo Jellies, Commencing on October 18 Craddock Of Viner THIRD AVE. S- FAMILY GROCERS SHERLOCK BLDG. WEATHER Edmonton., clear..........- 50 30 Calgary, clear 48 22 Lethbridge, clear 43 27 .12] Some showers of rain have fallen, j principally in eastern and southern. I butane weather .generally of cr the prairie provinces has been in all districts cold. FOREC A ST- Manitoba Strong north winds, snow flurries. cool. -Alber- fme-' o and Seventh avenues. J H Woods, managing editor an of the new El- lig bc lo_ oi at -TGOH The proprietors 9av a -G e roeo 9av the Lalgarr Jieraia. and M. Jen-: thcr make this cafe attractive to nines, managins editor of the Kdnion.'vne'public in every detail. ton Journal, arrived in ihe. city last night to taJce in the Press Conven- tion tomorrow and Friday. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., returned, last night from Toronto, where he; went- to attend- a raeeuns oi the exe- cutive of the Church of England Mis- sionary Society in The Caledonian literary and debat- ing club vv (il meet Thursday evening in the club rooms at 8.30 p. m. A paper be given by on -Senator L. G-. Deveber returned yps terday evening from Ottawa, where he went to attend a sitting of the public health cofflnrattee under the Conservation Commission. CITY. AMD DISTRICT A. C- Barker, C.P-R-. train dis- patcher- at -White- River, Ont.. is in the city- today on a visit. He will south tronr Tfere tomorrow morn- J. Bruce Walker, Dominion Com- missioner of Immigration, will bc in .Lcthbridge on Dec. 2 and has consent cd to address the Canadian Club at a luncheon to he held that day. The sheriff's sale of a quantity of tricks and other building material purchased last spring by J. P- Dav- ies for the hotel he commenced to erect at the corner of Third avenue and Third street (R-edpath and Wood streets) took place yesterday after- noon. The material had laid out ex- posed to the weather throughout the summer, and only realized be- ing knocked down at that figure to Messrs. Hot.son and Leader, builders and contractors.- CITY AND DISTRICT First Church of Christ Scientist hold testimonial meeting tonight at 8.00 o'clock over the Bank of j Commerce, and everyone is cordially invited to attend. The complimentary banquet to be tendered :to W. C.-Simmons by the North Star Lodge A. F: A. M. OR the occasion of his leaving Lethbridge to take up his duties, as. a supreme court-judge will be add next Monday nan Cream is the beat healer for ped hands and roughness of the skin. Increasing sales is good evidence of its popular- ity. 25c Per Bottle For sale only at Prescription Druggisis Sherlock Block Phone 1232 J Bud Wheiler, .who was only released from custody on Monday evening was caught by Sergt. Lamb begging in the 'Arlington Hotel yesterday- When released he had only twenty-five cents in.his possession, but when picked up had in 'which be- sides what he had spent for he had collected by means Of He was remanded for twenty-four hours by Police Magistrate Ball this morning. The case of Martin W. G-roth, chars; ed with "gambling on a C.P.R. train between Lethbridge and Macleod, elected to be tried speedily in the district court this morning, and plead ed not guilty to the charge. The tak- ing of t-he evidence in the case is being proceeded with. John R. Pal- mer is defending and C. F. P. Conyr -bearc, K.C-, prosecuting on behalf of the crown. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Co. have sold the .following property dur- ing the last couple of days, -which shows a decided activity in Leth- bridge real estate H. W. Brown, Three lots on -Courtlarrd St.; Mrs. Rooncy, 3 lots in Duff Addition j Mr. Reveilcs, house, William St.; Mr. Devine, house, Rogers St.; Yuen Hop, 10 acres under irrigation canal1; Dr. Rivers, 3 lots Courtland St-t; W. R. Brown, 4 lots McNab St.; J. R. Pal- m-ex, house, Ernest James A. Brown, 2 William St.; L. B. Lindsay, 3 lots Rt-dpath, JUST ASK YOUR WIFE IF SHE WOULDN'T LIKE TO HAVE A NEW_ RANGE? SHE'LL LIKE THE KIND WE SELL. COME. SEE THE FAMOUS ySASKALTA. BUILT TO BURN SOFT COAL. w Co. tee's Hotting Kjs- terious tat It Some people have wonder- ed why it is .that we' do the bulk of the lumber business, not only here in town, but for miles around. Surely there is nothing mysterious about it; nothing to wonder at. The quality and assort- ment of our stock is reason enough for that, even were our prices not as low, or low- er, than can be obtained else- where hereabouts. If you are not a customer of ours, just give us a trial next time you want anything in lumber or building mater- ial. No matter what, r.or how much of it, see our stock and get our prices. Kogers-Conninijliain Inter Company, ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phont 121 Yartf, 411 Don't Bnnl Your Porridge Yon can't with the Moore's Ariti- Scorch Lid. This is a double cover, the upper part being ventilated., mak- ing an insulation of air. Porridge won't burn, Milk can't scorch. Pre- serves won't burn and run over. Moore's Range has many helpful features. You will like them 'all. And the glass-oven door is the latest improve- ment. -Just think, you can see everything baking without opening the door. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. We ship out or town dally. in season is always to be had at the and Prices to Suit All M. H. MURRAY, Prop. Lethbridge's Popular Store Attractive Values in SILKS Imported Foulards, in a variety of shades and patterns, specially priced. The jS'ew Persian Silk in old rose, with ar- tistic design of other shades. 32 in. 'New Persian Satins in olive, mauve and old rose ISew Fancy" Silks for evening- -wear in pale bluc; pink, brown ..................9QCJ Black, with red check .25 Black, bine .check taffeta for waists. 22 inches ''Bonnets' Black Taffeta, guaranteed. 38 in. Peau de And many other items of interest too numer- ous HOSIERY 'Llama' Wool, an exceptionally fine quality of cashmere hose, at...............60C a very splendidly lent stocking, double heel and toe ......-.........75 C Plain black Cashmere Hose, extra fine wear- ing quality and fast black, pair.....40c Fancy Black Cashmere Embroidered Hose in many designs from ...........60 C Ladies' Fine Quality UNDERWEAR We arc now fully equipped for our Fall trade in this line, having received our full stock of underwear of different makes from the best houses and can offer the same at rea- sonable prices. Puritan Brand, medium weight for Fall, nat- ural shade....................... -45c Natural Wool Underwear, plain and of extra fine finish........................60c And many other grades, ranging as follows: At ;...........90c, The Choicest of Everything THE BENTLEY CO., LTD ;