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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AT THC H ERALO TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY to MUM WE 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 and prices are right, call and be convinced The Hick Hardware Co. CITY AND DISTRICT W. C. Ives made a. friendly call on the Herald this afternoon. He waa in the bust of humor and wk that lie will drop inio the sanctum pftwu When you are down town town in the Evening-' drop into the Alberta. Drug Co. store and how the new Tungsten Clusters that HeKen- fcie Hoy have installed light up the building. Many have been admiring J. L. Calder has sold the City Ba- kery to ttobert Scott who for the 62 WE SELL FOR CASH REDPATH STREET P.O. Box 670 year has been employed at that bakery, iu the room where the good things are manufactured. Mr.. Scott is well equipped to conduct an up- to-date bakery. Mr. Calder has gone north to Edmonton. A very pleasant evening was the home of Mrs. True, on street, North Ward, on the of the 14th inst., when ihe ster Methodist choir met to bid. Mrs. W. A. Bo wens farewell before she left for her new home some seventy miles further north. A very pleasant tircc was spent in singing solos, duets am sacred songs, after which refresh ments were served by the hostess After wishing Mrs. Bowens a fond farewell, and knowing that the best of friends must part, they all retired to their homes. Office Diaries for 1909 Now in Order Early HI SIM lit tar M rf MM tt Pttoino Ml Aftnts for Undorwood As Fine Tooth and Hand as you would wish to see for any occasion is daily shown in oar store. Besides these we sell brushes of every class for every use. If you get them here you get 'perfect satisfaction and you wil] make a good sav- ing aa well. Just arrived a f mil line of Brownie The Store of Qvality VfctrtaDrqadllookCo. Prescription Specialists i. I, BRET, Hy. IHllltie Also Photo Supplies J. D. ft CUtt. FuiQjr Teiepbeoe Clerk THREE LIVES LOST New York, Oct. persons were killed and four others badly in- jured and the lives of a Hundred more were imperilled by fire in the six R. F. Reeve went" to 'Magriti thsa morning. New Vaudeville at the Lyceum to- night. B. Morton Jones and his bride are expected to arrive here tomorrow. W. A. Asher has gone to spend few days on his ranch at Cardston. D. McKinnon, of Macleod, is in the city. ..Come and laugh at the Fairchild's irYthe new screaming firce "The Jew Prim a Donna in Things Electri cat." D. E. Harris, Jr., of Cardston i: in town today. t R. J. Gordon will build a residence on Courtland St. J. Hendricks is erecting a. ?l200 residence on Cutbill St. The Fairchilds in a complete change Jew and the Prima Donna in Things Electrical." Now-ig the time to book your orders for your weekly supply of CREAMERY BUTTER for Winter. We get our butter in freth every week from the Government Creamery. PHONE 21 TenporaryQiarters 1 WARM NO At a very small excuse you can. houe as warm as though it were plastered is a durable covenog made froux the best sel- ected wooleu can be put OL the walls by anyone' Write For Free Simple Sending name of your dealer to FIB J. C. Ml Hi OL SOLE: AQENTS WINNIPEG, MAN. For sale locally by ail lumber dealers v THE FOOT TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the FEET NELSON GOW THE' WEATHER THANKS FROM FERNIE The following letter and resolution are self explanatory. Fernie, B.C., Oct. 21, 1906 His Worship the Mayor, Leth bridge, A Ita. Dear am instructed by th Executive Committee to forward to you the enclosed resolution. I also directed to say that an audited state- ment showing" the receipts and ex- penditures will be published from time to time and a copy forwarded to you. Youra truly, Fernie District Fire Committee. Per E. R. Webb, Secretary. Moved by Mr. W. R. Rosa, second- ed by Mr. Biggs: The Executive Committee of the Fernie District Fire Relief Fund wish- es to record, its heartfelt gratitude for the generous donation made to the Relief Fund fay the Citizens of Lethbridge. We" wish to assure our friends that their spontaneus benevolence has enabled us to .relieve much existing distress and suffering and in addi- tion to what already been done in this way we: can.-extend to them WOMAN GETS CHOICE OF LAND 12 14 12 Edmonton, clear .10 28 clear- 34 clear ,...33 Medicine Hat, clear 30 14 Bulletin From Central OOios Some scattered falls of snow or rain have again occurred in Alberta and parts of Saskatchewan and the weather has been quite cool. Fair and coM today ami on. Friday. the pleasing assurance that- their generosity will to extent pro- tect the sufferers againat the rigors of the approaching winter. story tenement house at 83 east Third TL C.. Patterson has taken out CITY AND DISTRICT A. F. McBuffie, of Raymond, is in the city. Mrs. G. C. McDonald Bortlett St.. will receive tomorrow afternoon (Fri day. October 23rd) and in the future on the first Friday of each month. Josiei were street early today. A TRUE. BILL Toronto, Oct. Grand Jury of the criminal assizes this afternoon brought in a true.; bill against the Toronto street railway company charging'them with negligence'in con- nection with the death of Miss Belle Cummin gs, at the Front street-cross- ing. The indictment was similar to that brought against'the G. T. R. The court was adjourned until next Out of IM.Mf Applications for South Dakota Govt. Now Thrown Girk Picked May A. MtUor Dallas, S. D., Oct. name to be drawn in the Tripp-coun- ty land lottery is that of May A. Metaer, of Kennebec, 8. D., who gets first choice' of all the lands .thrown open by the Government. The drawing began today after thousands of applicants had regis- tered for the lottery during the four weeks. Land seekers arrived early in big crowds to witness the drawing, drizzling rain and heavy wind die not diminish the size of the crowc that jthronged about the platform on which stood 21 sealed casks con taining the applications. With the arrival of the crowds o applicants, nearly all of them farm ers, came scores of and thimble riggers. Extra deputy sher- iffs were sworn' in to keep the light- fingered gentry moving. At 10 o'clock the little girls select- ed to draw the applications were lifted to the scree-m'd platform while the crowd cheered. _ .The metal casks were ripped open and applications scattered on ihe floor of the platform. The draw- ing of the name of May A. Metser was received with cheers by the crowd. When the noise ceased the girls alternately plunged their hands Big Meeting At Gkidm (Continued from Front Pagt.J in developing Western Canada. It will cut off three or four days of the ourney io European and ,100 miles of. freight rates, and Mr. Jiley asked ihe farmers and ranchers to figure out the benefit of that to ,hemselves and vote for No. 1. Mr. Simmons goes to Ottawa, the supportr er of a premier who has promised to build the road and Mr. Magrath is in a party whose leaders, like Roblin airp sneering at thq project as a 'timber road. Mr. Simmons received a gracious reception, and was in fine form. He delivered a rousing speech touching on the main issues of the compaign. He dealt with_ the Liberal'policy for railway construction, showing the benefits of competitive lines, and then wont fully into the ,tariff show- ing that only through the could the West hope for a moderate tariff. All the eastern ConservatiTes are wedded to the Canadian an- wedded to ttae Canadian association, whose ambitiou high tariff and cheap labor. Mr Simmons also touched on the immi- gration policy of the showing how it had built up ihe West settling the and dotting tfce prairies with prosperous towns: Hon. W. H. Gushing delivered the closing address and made one of best of the campaign. Mr. Gushing traced the origin of the National policy, told what promised of it, arid point by point, with telling effect showed it had signally failed. The hon. finite-; man said'the tariff issue was oi great concern to Western Canada, and ihe- farmers could not afford to truat tkeir interests to a party which still to the ancient ideals and has utterly failed to grasp the situation it applies to Western Canada. The meting eloseu with sheers for Mr. Simmons. A meeting in Mr. Simmons iateiwt was held at Bassano" the night previ- ous being the first political ueefimg i ever held there. Scbb Jordensen and Mrs. Scarfness both of Milk River, P.E.I. VILLAGE SUFFERS Chariottetown, P. E. L, Oct. O'Leary, a small village near here into the pile of applications and drew forth the lucky' white slips. _ 1 wiped out by fire yester- united in marriage by'iev.' J'M" i is estimated at 1U1 Were Sma11 owned by DR. O. J. COURTiCE Dentist Graduate of Northwestern Oniver- Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms f and 2, Macdonald Block residence on L. M. JOHNS-rONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, bridge. 83-lyr The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Inter Co, 111 Phones 23 and 123 Yirf fat! if Track permit for a Bompas St. The new school room in the North' Ward will be ready for a class on j Tuesday morning. Frank McDonald, of Calgary, gen- eral agent for the London and Lan- cashire Insurance Co., is m town. Dainty Dorris Donner changes her act completely tonight. Ruv. J. C. White, of Summer- land. H. C., is renewing acquaintanc- es in town. J. Dennison. late with the North West Jobbing Company has joined the staff of the J. Brown store. Little Dorris will please you at the Lyceum. Carpenters are at work enlarging and remodelling the office at the Windsor. Miss Murphy, of Moncton. N. B.. reached the city iast night. She will ioin the Herald stafl as bookkeeper nrrj stenographer. Tale the Autumn Leaves Told Lyceum. Harrison at the Parsonage yesterday Uncle Bell's Bull at the Lyceum tonight. 3f. Freeman is at the Arrow Lakes with a party this week looking over his fruit lands at Burton City. A number of plots have been sold. Mrs. J. W. Bawden will receive to- morrow afternoon and evening and j afterwards on the first Friday of' each month. The Lyceum programme changes three times a week. The postponed meeting of the Fort- nightly Club will be held at the res- idence of Mr. J. Morgan, Argylc Ave. tonight nt 8 o'clock. X. T. Mclxjod returned last night farmers and mechanics. of the fire is unknown. The cause Good WANTED d .servant. Apply 1519 Dufferiri St., or B-ix 1364, City. 205-0 WANTED By two young ladies, two a and a sitting trally located, wc-11 heated and with modern conveniences. Apply Box W.. Hrrald. APPEAL FOR AID St. Petersburg, Oct. appeal has bren issued to tbc sympathizers ot Nicholas Schaikovaky in England and America, particularly those who signed the petitions for his release to Premier Stolypin' asking them to assist in raising the bail of demanded by th authorities and which the family have been, unable to furnish unassisted. He has been in confinement 'in this city for nearly one year and ht; will be- returned to the fortress tomorrow unless this- bail Ls deposited. TO RENT Two furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs. Robert Harvi-, opposite Athletic 265-6 (UILZAlL, I from a three days' stay at Coleridge. 1 He says things are steadily and ra-' FOR SALE. pidly progressing at that promising! A s'x-roomed cottage. 2-roomed town- shack, stable, hen house and 5 lots Wallace in new illustrated melodies at the Lyceum. A. M. Grace, chief engineer for the South Alberta Co., with head-1 quarters at Medicine Hat. hns pur-' chased six lots on Brunton Avc., and j jhas taken nut permits for sale in North Ward. Apply to P. Sprout. Lethbridge. 265-6 Have yon tried our U'tivii iiii I nfiHffviMtM uii dim uuifiiiflicr the sittings of the He is released on 3 cakes for ]0c Once tried always tried I- J- Johnston -QUALITY Druggist QUARTERS- permits ror four hand- some residences valued at about oOO each. i Don't miss Vidoes Acrobatic Skat- ers at the Lyceum. Joe Fong who appeared at the po- lice court Inst week charged with n. tn-ujnjcrly remanded until Supreme Court. S2.000 bail. The Lyceum vaudeville programme this week is something superb. One thousand foot of the stool work on the bridge has completed. The gang are at present working on thu sixteenth spun. The first 100 foot girder will he in next week. Seventy-live nien are employed on the i work. j Some fine nevy scenery at the Ly ceum I! Lots To and 16 in Block I on Round St. Each Third cash. in 6 and 12 months at 3 per cent L. S. Riplcy Telephone 294 Bied Issues TO IMPROVE PRINCE RUPERT Victoria, B. C.; Oct. B. C Government today announced it had completed arrangements with the G T P. for the improvement of Prince Rupert. Its salient' points are that the Government will spend in sidewalks, plank roads and .sewers Three-fourths of this will be re-funded by the railway. FASHIONABLE WEDDING Hamilton, Ont., Oct. was a fashionable wedding at Christ church cathedral yesterday afternoon when Miss Annie Cordea Gillard, daughter of Mrs. W. H. Gillard. be- came the bride of Mathcws Hendrie Lepgau, of Vancouver, son of Mrs. Leggatt of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Canan Abbott in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends of the con- tracting parties. klFelIow thundered the fiery untamed ora- tor, "what is the great question now before the American the yeDed the and i en oe as one man. What's the great qtwittoa before the Leth- bridge public today? How to Keep Warm Which is easily answered -Goto j. BROWN mm AND SECURE AT ONCE FROM Ladies' Bgpirtieit A Comfortable FUR- LINED COAT Winter Weight Dress Goods at 45c. 50c and 85c per yd., fine color mixtures, good width Wool Golfer or Kimona and Hygiene Under- wear X. FROM Fur and Fnr-liried Coats etc. Sheep-lined Coats, a good range, 10 grades to select from Several new' lines added tooiir Clothing stock Cases Shoes Rubber Goods opened today Does hot that delightful coffee aroma from the Gro- cery Department make you feel warm. The very best tonic in the morning. Try it GROCERIES FROM J. BROWN CO. LTD. ARE RIGHT J. BROWN CO. LTD. JL Anyone desiring information con. cerning choice fruit land, all under ir- rigation, capable of growing delicious fruits and situated on Ofcanagan Lake, B.C., call or communicate with F. C. Manchester, agent, S-.-mmerland Trust Co., Hotel Lethbridge 2St-M NOTICE STRAY DOGS Any dog found aMray in thr city ,f Lc-thbridpe withnnt a propo.r dop tap will bo impounded and prosecution under the by-low No. 6, relating ro dogs will follow. JOS. GTI.LESPIE. ol Police. m fancy and Staple Groceries Of all Descriptions is What We Sell Only the Best Quality of Goods Stocked A Few of Our Different Lines: Red Feather Canned Goods Pure Gold Brand Extracts Jellies, Coffees, Spices, etc. Celebrated Teas Christie's Can's Fancy Bisctiits Ganoag Lowney's Chocolates Fresh Fruit Daily Ihe Good Co. THE UP-TO-DATE STORE I ;