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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta V: FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best a Day Hotel in Albtrta Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel the Beit Moat Convenient to Stay 9 41 Finish Your Floors in paint- varnish, stain, or and use The Shsrwin- Modern Method For Painted TH? S-w. FLOW Porch fLaos PAIHT. For Varnished a. durable floor varnish. fioosms1, stain and varnish cccbised For Waied S-W. fiooff For Unsightly Cracks in Old THE s-W. Cuor AHO SSAH FILLSK. A complete line of finishes for any style and aay floor, old or new. Get color cards from WHOLESALE RETAIL 60S THIRD AVENUE PHONE P.O. BOX 570. We give special attention to mail orders Fancy Groceries 1 It. glasses of French Fruit in jc'iy. boL .5Qc 2 tfa. grass of fruit sainci .60c Tall cf French mace- doinec in heavy syrup ..50c Tall o: apricots ....5Qc Tall class strawberries ,..50c Tail gfais cherries ......50c Tsll glass pears in syrup 50c 1 !b. giass China ginger ..35o Crystalizec fruits in boxes 25c 1 Ib. glass pint-apple. West 1 Ib. glass of poulton Noel's Tongue 2 Ifc. glass BaJiroral QX tongue at French sheet gelatine in pkts. Each Almorta' Paste in 1 Ib. tins 50c Pineapple ir. maraschino glasses. Each The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries Fruit. and 1453 WINTER C. and ALBEBTA POTATOES have just, placed in our cellar two car loads of potatoes, one car of assorted vesciabics and we have two cars of Winter apples srrivirjg from Washington this week. 'Now U the 'iime for you to lay in a Winter supply of these goods. The .prr ces are advancing: and you will save money by buying ..._...__ THE GOOD co. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL'FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 523 PROMPT DELIVEDV V Stationery, Wall Papers, 6-ramapnones, "Fancy Goods, AKD OFFICE SUPPLIES GO Niw Wrntnay Slack First door -vrest Union Bank tar Phone 1265. AFTERNOON TEAS SPECIALTY. A WORD ABOUT PRESCRIPTIONS Prescriptions are to suit your individual require- .merits. We com- pound every pre- scription in a- scien- tific and individual That's iviiy you get results wnen we fill them. jifhcwts Ttwm find RnnSfPn riSlcs Is Bllhj dllii QuUilu-U, Prescription. Specialists B! BIPlEf, e 'E, FOR THE Daintiest Lunch IN THE CITY. ALL YOU WANT TOO I SOlOonSUNDAYS This nas onr rtae for near- IT Quaker of a century. Please keep the Dominicrn sta- have consideration for our employees by making yonr ordinary purchases on days. On Sundays and Tnbllc Holi- days Tve are .open from 10 a.m. to 1 'p.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. 8 P.EL to S p.m For other urgent calls use phone 322. or Night Bell JFamfly and Dispensing Chemists fright and Day Telephones No. 322. Night "Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS- C. A. Cootsley's last day in Ihe I Hill Biock. Will give greater ireduc- I tions this to clear stock. Call ttie JLeliibnclge Mesdenger Service for quick message aad bag- gage fislirery. O'Sict 3U? Crabb St. 210-0 Choicest timothy at Kyde and ders; also. oas blue joint and prairie hay. Lowest auotations on oats, new crop, by ton or car- 285-1 Call up Crowe Cleaners, corner ui Recpath and Buxdett streets, oppo- site Methodist dtiurdi-f 474. 173-0 Call City Repair Co. for fine shoe j making; .and. repairing and fine tailor- i ing, cleaning and pressing, 327 'Fiiih j street, telephone 1160." 2b'3-n j j Try, a box oi' choice cut Uowers j irota G-eo. Taylor's. Sure. to "please j j you or your friends, SI per DOS-.up. i Free green "all .cut flowers. Pioae 675'. F, 0. Box 1353. 24S-0 Front ro-vvs gallery seats are Si.50 OF LUMBEIL Oi all kinds, and for all purposes, can b'e had at our yards builders and. contractors -will find it to their advantage to go tvhen needing Lumber for OS OT7TDOOK WORK This is all well dried and. thorough y seasoned both hard and soft, cut to and all ready for delivery- Very fair prices.' SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. "'-i. Phone 454 "WEATHER Euraontoa, 53 3-1 54 Jas. Fiske returned this rnornin.c from a Deck's business' trip to Cal- C. J. Gaugtoor, of the Post Office staiT, Tvho is in the hospital, is im- proving. W. R. Ward, of the Post Office slafi is able 10 Itave the hospital and is Visiting at Hoose Ja-.v. The three-storey block built by H. at the corner ot Fourth avenue and Sixth south, is TO be named 'The Dominion The Curliji-j Club meets in the ciiv council charr.bt'r tonight at 8.30 o'- clock. All and all interest- ed in curli'no; are requested to attend. A post ;ofSce has been opened at Turin 'in the Iron Springs Dis- trict with I. N. Hanson, post mas- Rev. J, W. 'Aikens, has .been conducting' special temperance services in Wesley church ivjih much acceptance this week, left for Mac- !cod this afternoon. He will preach there tomorrow and will spend next weak in the towns along the ilacleou- Calcarv line. only piano store You j can .choose from thirty different j styles and prices. .Call or for prices' and terms. E. Me Caw, Mgr., j Phbn-a 505. 26-i-O I DAINTY Private Christmas Cards printed with your own name and ad- dress. Call, evenings, J. H. Dell, 719 to see "book of se- lect samples, or phone 534. 263-4 men Trill-tackle the bear at the Eureka tonight. Hurry. The bear must be thrown tonight. Hurry. The bear must be thrcrsvn tonight. Ttvo goad rn-en rwjuired. First show it 7.30 p.m. Eureka to- night- Get your seats early.. Tiie patrons of the Eureka have had more fun wivh Bruno this veek i than at any shov; ever before in the city. All can say is.HURRY. j Why wait for Thanksgiving: for your i turkey dinner Come to Ellis i Murphy's new cafe tomorrow evening between 5.30 and seven -o'clock and I help ;uat their delicious'four-course i turkey dinner. The continued over the prairie but during the night temperatures have-been.- low. It has been quit-e-Jrosty-, .especially at many points in Hanit-oba. FORECAST and mild today and Sunday.' GJTY AND. DISTRICT CITY AND DISTRICT The Carnation Club Avill hold their dances herea'fter on their regular 'dat'63, the 2nd and 4-th Tuesday "of each ;month, in Caledonian" Hall, the being held Oct.. 25. "265-3 Messrs. Payne and Davis'-have the contract -Tor the iriiprovements and alterations on the ..Old Lyceum.Build- ing lately. taken: ove_r by -Starlantl. The entire front half will" be rebuilt. George Angus has this morning fronr'a six weeks' trip to (his old .home, in Minnesota, Mrs. An- The many old-time iriends of Ernie gus will" return r in the course oi H. TaaSe.'the' W'Cll: known traveller, and at one time .-a business man OL a days. Mr. Angus is shipping in a carload of household effects and will build a residence on property he this city are gla'd'to see him in build a resr "citv after 3, prolonged and seri- j owns in the city. 'A meeting oi the Woodmen of the World will be held in the P. hall pa Monday evening next, the 24th inst.T at S..o'clock prompt, when it is hoped that :all' members and intending; memberswill make "a special effort in attend. The annual meeting will be held on the first Monday in Decem- ber, when.the officers for the ensuing year will be elected, and it is very i ous illness. The cornerstone of the new Fleet- wood school laid by J. H. Fleetwood. chairman of the school board on Monday afternoon' at three o'clock. It will" not be an elaborate invited i ceremony and the public are to attend. P. L. Naismith has' had recently in- stalled a complete electric lightine; important that all thos? who have system, on his .Franklin Car. The j application forms will have electric current ;is generated bv properly enrolled members bc- dynamo driven from the shaft- on the engine. Special .-headlights were i The local C.P.R. agents have re-: used, "side lights, rear light and lights j ceived -word, to discontinue accepting on ihe dashboard equipped, raak- i pac-kapcc freight, Inciudins: flour and ins; it 'a thin fore that date: Initiations will take place every Monday.evening from now on-to the annual meeting. Including flour mill stuff consigned in care of Merchants Mutual line of Fort liana. ins; it 'a thing oi beauty ,bv night as the well as by day." C.'A.-Little, loco- Wil- _ motive foreman of- ihe company's j shops, made the installation. A N D SELLING Tmform Shoulder Brace and Back Support. Squares the shoulders and expands the chest, imparts life, vigor and health to the lungs and other vjml organ? by giving them freedom of action, relieving them of-that congested condition causec1 by a hollow chest, and iu shaped, drooping shoulders. per pair at Prescription Druggists Sherfock Block Phone 1232 WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK! HAYE SHOWN YOU THE EAM- KOOTENAY YOU BUYIT1 IT'S A DEAD CERTAINTY THAT, IF YOU ONCE TSED A KOOTENAY Y'OU WOULD NEVER WANT TO USE ANY OTHER RANGE. DON'T HESITATE, DONTPROCRAS- TINATE, DON'T GET SIDE-TRACKED BY ANY FLO WEB Y TALK THAT CAN'T BE BACKED UP BY ACTUAL- FACTS, FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF. GET THE TRUE PROPORTION. OF THINGS, REMEMBER THIS FACT, THAT ANY STOVE OR RANGE YOU BUY BEGINS TO COST YOU REAL MONEY FROM THE TIME YOU BUILD YOUR FIRST FIKE IN IT. THEREFORE LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY A KOOTENAY. Siaf f w TELEGRAPHiC-SRIEFS Carey Bros.' evaporator at Mill- grove, Ont., was burned, with heavy loss. destroyed Walter J. Salis- bury's barn in Huntingdon township. Loss Dr. Cunningham, oi was knocked down by a cyclist and "pain- fully injured. Arthur G-ilbey, of Port died from wounds in the abdomen re- ceived by the accidental discharge oi a revolver. Some men live in a shack long after they can afford a good, comfortable home. The trouble .usually is, that they have an exaggerated idea oJ cost of a new house and never take the tro.uble to find out- If the eye of some shacfc- dweller falls upon this ad. we want him lo come in and talk us abour. 'the cost of a good house. We are positive- ly certain that the figures will be much smaller than he ex- low, in fact, that many a proud roan who is keeping his family in a miser- able excuse for a horae, woulrt decide that he could easily af- ford to b.tiild. EogErs-CunniRgbaio Lbiber Convoy, Bl North Yard. Yard, 422 ALL LADIES Are especially invited to coiue in and sampla r.; TUXEDO COFFEE FREE DEMONSTRATION coffee, jellies, extracts.- "You arc all G1 1 t P Tm radddck ef V THfRD" AVESS. GROCERS SHERLOCK BLDG. Mrs. Rorer's Guide Sarah Tyson Rorer (of the Lad- ies' Home Journal) has prepared an Oven Thermometer Guide ex- clusively for MOORE'S RANGE. It gives the time required and the" heat neccessaryfor'baking all foods. It is invaluable to the experienced housewife and a life-saver to the novice. Moore's Range is safest kitchen investment. r tke glass oven door is the latest improve- ment. .Just think, YOU can see every thins: i imimg without opening, the door. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. "We ship out oi tovrn daily. The Choicest of Everything in season is always to be had at the Menu and Prices to Suit All N. H: MURRAY, Prop. Tiiir nyMTT PV i Tn THt BtNTLEY CO., LTD Lethbridge's Popylar Store Fall S UltS The strongest and most, attrac- tive lines that we have ever sliotvn. Moderate in price. Tns exactions of young men are ful- ly anticipated in our garments, not alone are these suits per- fectly tailored of fine fabrics, but the styles are individual and distinctive. The range for selection is re- markably extensive. Styles and models-to suit the taste of critic- al dressers. New gniys anc7, browns in the leading shades. Wide and narrow stripes, diag- onal woven worsteds and neat small checks. Two and three bul'ton. style coats) medium cui form fitting. Sizes 34 10 44. Prices as Overcoats Netv fall coats of light -weight of extra fine cheviot cloth, with silk lapel, also large number ol college and ulster coats for Winter wear. Hats The new shapes in bQLh soft and stiff hats are The Halves Von Gal in a flexible Derby Hats somewhat better than are usually, sold at this price, a clear deep black that will not 1urn rusty. It is a fine glossy'felt and it has the best of finishings and trimmings. Also it. ts truly flexible, will conform to'flie shape of ihe head almost as readily as a soft hat. GLOVES FOR FALL WEAR In lined and unlined mocha'and dog-skin gloves at prices to s.uit all comers. ;