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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE pAGC TO STA1 Iln in Is tfte OIUJ! CASTLE HOTEL Up U ROOMS IN CONNECTION No. 7 Sunset No. 8 I11'50 No. 9 Ranges at Special Prices for Month The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 670 PHONE 62 The Store of Quality For one GAMES for young and old. Checkers, .Chess, Halma, Fish Pond, Port A5D OTHERS See Window Display BDOIISTGRE .New Whitney Block for Typt- writer If Old Ways Were Always jhe Best The world of business would have stood still il old ways were always the beet. It is the new things that have made for pro- gress and prosperity. "We recognize new ways and ideas in our drug business as .soon as we be- lieve they mean better service for our customers. Do You Use Talcum Powder? If so Higinbotham carries a fine line of this neces- sary Toilet article, made by" Colgate Williams Hiidnut Seely Taylor Tyman Wampoles and others The odors are many and refreshing. If your wants are particular in this line let us show you the-, big- gest range, in .the _ city. j. D. iipkottiam S Co. ltd. Family and Diapeniinf DOLLAR PHONE 21 G. BBftHER SCO. first OHiOH Grocer? Store in City THE WEATHER- Lethbridge, cloudy............ Winnipeg, clear _ Bulletin From Centra! Office Over the prairie provinces 'the wea- ther- gas been cloudy and 'cool with light scattered rains or snow-flurries. Forecast-All West cloudy with light local snow, not much change m temperature. Italian Prunes, a Case Tokay Grapes, 60c. a Basket Tomatoes, a Case AT THE G O O D C O 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY 4 i.4 I: 34 30 3-i THE GOODS YOU WANT 'for the coming winter Felt Shoes and Slippers in great variety Quality, Comfort and Price Right ROYAL SHOE CO. Opposite Bank of Montrea Crabb'Street Felt Shoes for Cold Weather We are showing a splendid range of Felt Wear in Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, and J Slippers; also buck, plain and wool-lined slippers. These are what you want for cold weather. Call and inspect these before buying. I The Foot Toggery The Lethbridge Quick Print Commercial and Artistic Printers. Will Open' for Business irCa few days in the Shepard Block Round Street Fine'-.- Work and JRush Orders a.Specialty F. T. EOBINS, Manager mANDDISTRKT :E. A. of St. Paul, presi- dent of the Citizens' Lumber Co., is in the city. Mrs. W. L. Thompson, of Spring; CITY AND DISTRICT The Oliver Manufacturing Company have just completed one of the most modern coach houses in the' west for the Hudson's Bay Co. at the rear of their premises, on Smith Street. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stubbs, o! Eight J Mile Lake left this morning for an ex-tended trip to Los Angeles in the hope that Mr. Stubbs' health maybe f improved. y F. S. Filiner, of Winnipeg, arrived j in the city today to assume his du- j ties "as-physical director and secre-j tary of the Young Men's Club. Mr. j Film-er has been assistant director.at j the Winnipeg Y.M.C.A. for -twojrears The classes will commence next Tues- I day -evening at the gymnasium. j F. G-; Butts, organizer of-the Cana-j dian Order of Foresters, left Toron-j to Oct. 19th for the vest pected in Lethbridge-about the first week in November. W. Madore, representing Casavarit Freres, Quebec, is at present m Ed- monton installing one of this firms church organs and expects to be in LetKbridge next' week to install a new pipe organ in Knox Church. Tomorrow afternoon at 3 p.m., a big special matinee at the Eureka for the school children. Johnson's per- forming dogs. Children, 5 cents only for this big matinee. Ray Smith, formerly local manager MONEY'S WORTH t I Important to Old Timers us your old Canadian postage stamps, used or unused. BEST PRICES PAID Look -them out, you may have one worth Appiv___SXAMP EXPERT, c-o fHE ENSIGN CO. Acadia Block Redpath St. Having dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke. have retained possession of the uns61d portion ol the TOWHSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer" business and residential lots at prices ranging from 550'tO Write or call on., me before purchasing elsewhere. I I T I A. WADDELL Bow "Island Realty and Insurance Agency i_ i. T TT M T T T T T t.t Ml IM. to- llberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I. I. IIRBf, IJf. CITY AND D'ISTRICT Best toot out a permit for oh ore bdin Courtlan4 ?treet at a cost of Entire change of pictures at the Eu- reka tonight.- Plans are WANT WELLAND CANAL ENLARGED AT ONCE Even a sober man some dark night might get caught in .a trap in some of -the deep unprotected post holes on Smith Street. tured by H. J. bridge. Cunningham, Leth- 260-6 Coulee, is a visitor in the city day. Get your Thankigivmg Dinner at the Victoria Mansions .on Monday evening. Three drunks at the police court this morning got the tsual three dol- lars and costs. The A. R. T.1 shipped eight cars of wheat from Spring Coulee -aird four carloads of sugar from. Raymond -this morning. Eat your Thanksgiving Turkey at the Victoria Mansions on Monday evening. Quite a number of owners of -im- pounded cattle appeared ,to answer the charge of allowing the -animals to run at large. Messrs. A. Waddcll and J. W. Camp bell of Bow Island, are in the city for a few -days. with good success in collecting a sub- scription for the Presbyterian Church will be dedicated by Rev. A. M. Gordon on Oct. 31st. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 of the South Alberta Lumber Co. of Magrath, and Miss Louie Alston of Magrath were married by Bishop Har ker at his residence at Magrath fire hall .-to- be erected in the North Ward in t-be-'near future. The building will be r "an up-to-date and well equipped lire -hall. The opening dinner, at the Victoria Mansions will be .given on Monday evening next, Thanksgiving Day. Quite a number have -been looking for ward to the opening of the dining room in this building and it is ex- pected that not only will many, dine there .on Monday evening but that a considerable number- will -at once be- come regular patrons. The pleasant surroundings and -homelike atmos- St. Catharines, Oat., Oct. de- putation from towns .along tfoe: St. Lawrence waterway will go to Otta- wa next week and urge the -govern- ment to take steps for-th.e immediate enlargement of the Welland Canal LORD STRATHCONA WILL NOT GIVE SILVER HEIGHTS London, Eng., Octt It is tmder- "s no truth in the state- ment Lord Strathcona presenting "Silver" Heights" 'to Winnipeg. His Lordship keeps in good health, ,al- is, stilLin a. sling. He S T QVE S You can Iviat yon" "bouse most conveniently with an OAK TREASURE HEATING STOVE A large stock of all sizes For. IS mall Rooms For Large Koorns -Call and see themJ-'f You will, save money-by baying the best on Mbn .market. The price will pleased you The McKeown Hardware Co. We ship out of town daily. Tef t 'Euston. station, today in company with his daughter, Mrs. for receive an honorary degree'" from that' ur.ivers.ity. Mr. Bal- :6nr anctV Mr. Haldahe gravelled on. the They, with Andrew Can.'egie, also received' .honorary :de s.T( es in the university, of which Mr.- is chancellor. Ottawa, 'Ont., Oct. of young married drowned .herself in Rid- 'eau1 canal1 .today. She has ben pohdent; lately. A. J Cowley, assistant superintend ant Metropolitan Life Insurance Com- pany left on a business trip to Medi- cine Hat. He will be back in a tew davs. POSITION first class book keeper and stenographer, steady and reliable young man, .Apply Box Lethbridge, Alta. 265-6 WiANTErMmmediately, smith helpers. Apply. idson Co., Crabb St., two tin- by thoroughly experienced paetry cook or .housekeeper Apply at m Gutbill Stl, city. 265-6 w Y? 9 CLARKE CO. nci- v' 11 i. 5JL IJL iJLliltlllllio cLjiru The C.P.R. are laying the heavy phere that those'dming there will en-> ,__il nnvnn.4- f. t nn T'-rtrt'Ci tT 1T1 _ ._T_ _A_'__1 rails wes-t of the depot today in pre- paration for the opening of the traf- fic on the cew line., In a very short time trains will be "crossing the bridge to Macleod although the date of the change is not announced yet. C. E. Bennett, who built the first elevator at .Lethbridge, has been busy this year building -forty-six elevators. Nine of these have been south of, Calgary, one-each at Magrath, Spring j this afternoon, Hadley Howze, aged joy appeals strongly to the young people away from their own, homes. Music will be furnished on Monday evening. J. V. -Lutz' is manager of the dining room .which fact assures the best service. BOY KILLED AT FORT FRANCES xFort Frances, Ont., Oct. handling a shot gun about 5 o'clock The Ladies' Store Phone Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH A Great Snap in Dependable Corsets of Newest Modes Coulee. Woolford, Well's Siding, Car- mangay, Barons, Nobltv Monarch and Grassy Lake. He makes his head- quarters at Brandon. 13, a son of George Howze, a farmer residing i.i Lush Township near Emp, j in som" way accidentally shot him- self through the instant- The ladies of Knox Church willjly. The young lad was playing at hold their annual Thanksgiving Pan-} the time "in the house, .but just how try Sale in the school room of the it 'occurred is not known. Nothing church Saturday, October 23, at 4 could be done for him. ate iii uuc k-iwj _ j o clock. Tea and cake will be served They are meeting and Birch Fleering in Stock Do You Want Some? Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acad'ft Block 264-2 THANKSGIVING M> f 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 giye entire satisfaction. J. J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST ROASTERS FOR THANKSGIVING v TURKEYS. The Savory Roaster needs absolutely no at- tention. _ Made entirely seamless. No chance for grease to collect In seams or its own basting. Styf f ord Agnew Co. jou live out of town, writ- Minocqua, -Wis., Oct. who dynamited the Bank of Minoc- qua yesterday obtainaining several thousand dollars at bay near Bradley, A telegram for reinforce- ments was received here this' morn- ing and additional men- are on their way to Bradley. The gang literally blew the bank to pieces, firing" seven charges of dynamite before the vault yielded. The door was blown across the ..street and money was scattered on the ground. A Specially Purchased Line Selling To-morrow A price mily one-third less tnan we would have tc charge you if., w, had bought them in the regular, way-we could tell, an .nterest- ing story of how we secured a hig concession by taking the entire lot-but the Dointe pi greatest importance to you now are -c qualities aTid the vsry reasonable price. Made in newest Directoire of splendid quality coutil, in white's only; extra long over hips and at back; medium bust; made throughout in the very best way; finished with two pair of velvet grip-hose supporters, front and sides; perfect fitting models that .requited to the great majority of figures. Very Unusual value at .95c Splendid, Hosiery fall weight cash- mere goods, absolutely pure wool; plain weave; full fash- ioned; seamless feet; spliced Ottawa, Ont., Oct. gener- al opinion out in British. Cokmhia is .that we can't have too many rail- ways to open up the cotntry, and I think Premier McBride's policy con- ccrning the Canadian Northern will; be acceptable to the province. .This was the opinion expressed by Mr. Gallagher, M. P. for Kootenay this morning. He is in "the city on departmental business. "What the Premier is going to do about the Provincial lumber limits still remains to be seen." He has had a commission enquiring question for somi time. I! as a result of this the timber men of ,'the province support him in this el- ection, he will have a very strong following. Ladies' Winter U nderwear warm gar- ments in white or natural col- ors; some pure wool; others with, a small mixture of 'cot- ton; guaranteed unshrink- able; drawers to match in two. styles. Flannelette of splendid quality flannelette in medium color- ed striped or plain white pink, neatly trimmed with; tucking and self ruffles. Fine Knit complete range of Ladies' and Misses', sizes, plain or mixed 'colors, all pure wool and perfect fitting UNMATCHABLE VALUES' In the euite, coats and skirts- each model possessing some iea-s ture of distinct.meritr-lmesol re- fined elegance and unusually fair two out- standing features of Clarke's ready- to-wearables. Splendid tailored suits wool tailored coats Silk and underskirts ELEGANT FURS Moderately Priced Our showing of reliable furs is a conclusive demonstration of the supremacy -of The col- lection-is now complete and em- braces all the new and popular sorts that are those of superior quality and guar- anteed to be the best