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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw and Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION uaily Herald Cook Stoves and Ranges No, 7 Sunset No. 8 No. 9 Ranges at 00 Special Month Prices for One The Hick Hardware Co. The Store of Quality Concord Grapes THREE PHONE 21 G. BRADBEEfi ftGO. First OH ION GPOGEPY Store in City Bargains in THE WEATHER. i i THE Ml BY REX BEACH A better story than either I The Spoilers or Tne Barrier. A mew stock just received. Agents for Block Underwood Type- writer Why we guarantee our ii Hot Water Bottles i Because our Rubber Goods are made for wear, not for looks alone and because they are made of the very besx quality of rubber, made in a conscientious way and al- ways made to excell rather than in trying to reduce the cost. When you buy-, a pLce of rubber here you can depend on..'it being the best possible to produce in rubber. I I Uttle Babies and Feed If you are.a mother raising a family, you do well to.con- -sult <-your '-physician about' this: highly recommended let'i-us say -that 1 Benger's is the kind upon which your-.baby or yourself will 'gain in genuine flesh and muscle. Ask the doctor about it. For sale at JJ, Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 4S. Niglv. Red Deer 36 Calgary 32 Lethbridge .46 .Medicine Hat -M Winnipeg 50 Port'Arthur 32 provinces erly winds, partly cloudy and with light, local sleet. 28 30 26 22 34 26 snow cloudy cloudy cloudy fair fair East- cool, CITY AND DISTRIQ Messrs. Tabrum and Carr of the Hudson's Bay Co. left today for a few- days', fishing at Lundbreck. ager of the Electric Department of the Canadian Fairbanks Co., is in the city today taking a look over the ;z cost. kere from an eiectrician's jfr When you buy., a pLce of 4 standpoint. The A. R. I. shipped fifteen cars j of wheat and four cars of sugar from {Raymond this morning. Wheat ship- ments total three hundred and ten thousand bushels to date. Auction Sale at T. W. Clarke's res- idence Redpath St., on Friday at 2.20. Frank G. Waddington, Auctioneer. H. K. Caskey, general secretary.of the Laymen's Missionary movement in Canada, is in the city to-day. Mrs. (Rev.) A. A. Lytle will not rc'-cive on Friday, nor until further I piinouncement. For a first-class iob in J First class for at Me- CLEANING AKD DYEING- j H Mr. and Mrs. Howard Case and lies'or Gents1 Clothes call Withcrs have returned from a (trip that took nearly two months. i Thev spent three weeks on thc fruit j lands around the Arrow Lakes. After that tht-y wont to Vancouver, Victo- ria and Seattle, and thence back to HhErta Drug anil BooK Corj Prescription Specialists I. B. BFLET, Mgr, CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. Alex. Campbell, of Taber, is the guest of Mr. R. Long, her broth- er here, this week. Allen E. Morris has taken out a permit for a residence on Crabb St., at a cost of S2.500; j First class for at Mc- Killop's. Another new" team for the fire de- partment arrived last night. The horses are a splendid fine looking I team. Commissioner Perry, of Regina.and Comptroller F WMu-.'.v oi the Mounted Police, are in the city to-day.: Big shipment, of fruit just received1 at McKillop's. Dr. Rusk, veterinary surgeon, has been appointed inspector of live stock shipments for by the Do- minion -Department of Agriculture. He. ami: Curtis, of Raymond, will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan during conven- tion Mrs. Horace W. Bowman will re- ceive to-morrow, and af- terwards on the third Thursday of each month. Mr. A. A. Lytle, pastor of West- minster Methodist church, is confined to the house with a bad attack of quinsy: "Westminster C-hurch .Epworth League held its regular meeting last night. Mrs. Lytle conducted the meet- ing in the absence of Rev. Mr. Lytle through sickness. There will be a dance in the Cale- donian Hall to-night. W. A. Buchanan, M.P.P., went to E-dmonton yesterday on a business trip. Mrs. J. Morgan and her sister. Miss Davy, v.nll receive to-morrow. and after on the third 'f'liursday of each month at 53 Ar- jrylc Ave. John Papzun .is building a vine new residence on Nevin St., ward. Building is 26 x 26, stories, cottage roof, and will be oc- cupied by Mr. Papzun as soon is completed. Frank G. Waddington is selling th- household furniture at Mr. T. W. Clarke's residence, corner of Cutbiil and Redpath Sts.' on Friday next at 2.30. Fuller particulars in our advt. columns tomorrow.. another car load of extra choice Washington Ft uit at a remarkably low price, we offer it to you at the following prices. This is absolutely the last car we will have for this season, and at the prices you cannot afford to be without Jruit 400 cases Italian Prunes, at per case 40 cases Tokay Grapes, at per basket 60c 500 baskets Concord Grapes, at per basket 35c 200 boxes Washington Apples, at per box 50 baskets fancy Out. Apples, at per bask. 30 cases ripe Tomatoes, at per case 40 cases Washington Pears, at per case Reserve, your orders for Winter Apples; we have a car of .Ontario Stock to arrive .in about ten days, which we bought at considerably less than what they are worth now. 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. These are what you want for cold weather. Call and inspect these before buying. The Foot Toggery The GOOD Co. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS Wholesale arid Retail Fruit and Ice-Cream PHONE 98. PROMPT DELIVERY Out of Town Orders Promptly Attended to W. J. BRYHN LECTURE TOJIGHT At 8 p.m. Knox Ghurch Doors Open at? Canadian Club Lun- cheon Wesley Church Basement at 6 o'clock sharp. j Big change m the program at the Eureka tonight. Don't fail to see thosrj 14% dogs; also the jolly old maid. i Tint Biennial Convention of the Al- fberta Conference Epworth Leagues and Young Peopled .Societies will be 'held in Grace Ed- imonton, on Tuesday and Wednesday Oct. "26 and 27. Special rates been secured, and the prospects ate, that i a large convention will be held, especially as it immediately precedes ihe Alberta Sunday School Association Convention. HEATING STOVES You can heat your house most conveniently with an OAK TREASURE HEATING STOVE sizes A large stock of all Fur Small Rooms For Large Booms Call and see them You will money by buying the "best on the market The price will please you The McKeown Hardware Co. We ship out of town daily. CITY AN Cf DISTRICT T. W: Clarke, who is leaving for England has- Frank C. Waddington to sell the con- tents of his house by'public auction. The sale will be held on theprem- ises, 1001 Redpath St., on 'Tuesday next, at 2.30. Tbs "At Home" to be ib- morrow night by the city teach'jus in honor of the visiting teachers promises to be a great success. The cG.'cmittee in charge extend; a cordial invitation to any who "would care to join them on this occasion in entei- taming their guests. A box social will be given in the Knights of under the auspices of the Orange Lodge, on the evening of ath. The man- agement are arranging for a good evening's entertainment. Ladies arc requested to wear-a bow and place; a similar one in the box. J. A. Harris, of the 0. W. Kerr returned from a trip-to the coast. He visited Vancouver toria, Seattle, Portland, Spokane an-! other cities. He met many people on his trip who were interested in Southern Alberta, and also many peo- ple from the en route to Al- berta. Melbourne, Oct. Common- wealth government is about to under- take tie whole work of advertising Australia and take an active part ia the work of immigration. Ottawa, Oct. The Hull Electric! Railway" Company's power house was gutted by fire- this morning. Ihe plant was damaged and electric car! service temporarily suspended. Ar- j Tangements -are being made with the Important to Old Timers us your "old Canadian and other postage'" stamps, used or unused. BEST PRICES PAID Look them you may have one worth 'EXPERT.. C-o THE ENSIGN CO. Acadia Block Redpath St. Ottawa Electric Company for povrrtr. Killop's. dass grapes_3 for at Mc- THE CITY Phone 353 The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH CO. Acadia Block There's more than snap in the air. But our complete stocks of Underwear.. provide the-protection required There's frost chilliness air; and they are penetrating, too- Don't stop at the thin Summer to this underwear that will make you comfortable; underwear that will almost make you think it is, summer again. Your getting your underwear here where choice is so wide means assurance good quality. Separate garments and combination s uits in early Fall and Winter com- Vn? quote you prices lower than any other store, we wouldn't ask you to buy" Certainiy our .valuta .are the besb- obtainable in this proof. PRESIDENT TORY HERE TOMORROW We have Maple f f Birch Flooring j i i in Stock Do You Want Some? Rogers-Cunningham lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 Eatt Yard; Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acad'n Block HOT WATER BOTTLES A fresh new supply 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. J. Johnston 'CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST Your -Wife witb a washing macbine wiili not only save a lot of hard labor, but will get the done better and quicker Prices from to Stafford Agnew Co. :H you live out of town, va.' Dr. H. M. Tory, president of Alberta University will be in the city tomorrow to discuss with the people here the mat- ter of extension lectures. He will takf- advantage of the meeting of the Southern Alber- ta Teachers" Association here and at their afternoon .session .tomorrow will discuss the ter p.ublicly. He is on the programme to speak at 4.30. He would like to sec as many as possble oi those who are interested in the matter of ex- tension lectures, as well as meet the people generally who are interested in matters of ed- "L ucat-ion. The Teachers' Convention meetings are held in .the au- ditorium of ;-the. Central School. CHORAL SOCIETY REHEARSAL Owing to thc lecture-by Mr. Bryan tonight there will be no this weeks. Any new members please keep Wednesday evening one -week from tonight. Stnoke tured by bridge. 'Duke's manufac- H, J. Cunningham, Leth- 260-6 Early Winter Vests and .25c Splendid weight.; and wearing qualities-; white, cream "or natural colors; vests long sleev-es, buttoned front; drawers made in two styles. Combination 'Suits. Closely .woven. garments, shown in good weight'for early Fall and Winter, .wear: white perfect 2 higher priced lines. a Knit Corset Covers..25c Combinatiin fitting, comfortable the cool fall days; made sleeves; .fitted at waist; buttoned front; white only. Sclent'ic' 'Value Underwear.. SSc I .Extra good .wearing garments in Winter v shown in'cream only; cicsf-- ly wcyen and unshrinkable; vests button itont; drawers in two styles. j Lovely Qualities Sailing I Very fine pure wool goods with a small mixture of cottony white or natural colors; long or short sleeves; 'drawers to match in two styles. Lowly, fine" quality garments, fine ity and weight; shown in jtjii.- only ami rcpi't-senting one of the very best values we'have had to show. Combination Guaranteed absolutely pure wool and unshrinkable, shown in natural color only; perfect fitting in every way; .extra fine and medium -weight. A Wide Range of Choice at..65c i White, cream or natural colors in fine and heavy weaves; splendidly finis-ied; closely knit; and, exceptional values. AND SATISFYING BUSY DAYS IN THE 'BROAD OUT OF THE ORDINARY New-comers alniost everyday among the new tailored garments.' It's an ever clanging show of ihe newest .conceits which Dame approved for the present season s wear. Iron will nnd mucn that is exclusive many very noteworthy, values. Early selections arc most satisfactory when stocks are at their best. WANTED-First-class experienced saleslady. Apply personally ;