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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL and Up Dttt. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION Daily Herald PLACt TO Cook Stoves and Ranges No. 7 Sunset No. 9 Ranges at Special Prices for One Month P.O. BOX 670- 62 The Store of Quality PLUMS GRAPES FRESH TOMATOES ONTARIO APPLES ONTARIO PEARS all in first class condition Large shipment of CROCK- ERY just opened up. Give us a call. PHONE 21 G. first UftiGii Groeer? City for young and old. Checkers, Chess, Halm a. Pit, Fish Fort AND MANY OTHERS See Window Display Phon-. 25- New Whitney Block Afents for Underwood writer I For the j I Little Folks I 1C! j? We have the proper regard 1 for' the welfare of little 2 people for whom we furnish nursing supplies. We buy the best and we provide all the latest and j most hvrienic feeders and .A ;to T Tf 5 OL! This has been our rale for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the a Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by. making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open .from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. For other urgent culls use Phone 49 or Bell J. .'FIMILY KID DISPENSING CHEMISTS CITY AND DISTRICT The A. R. I. shipped eight car- loads of wheat from the south this morning. A. Meads took out a permit for a dwelling on Charles St. this morning other nursery goods. It is worth while coming Mrs. Wm. Scott, Dufferin St., will 1 not receive on Tuesday nor again this jseason. 1 Aid. D. King is confined to his gufcrlv for these J jroom through illness the past'few v i days. Miss Gates, Fernie, B. C., is the I guest of Mrs. E. G-. Hazell, corner I Courtland and Burdett Sts., during the holidays. i C. G. K. Nour.se manager oi the Canadian Bank of Commerce, has re- j turned from Calgary where he was re- lieving for Manager Rowley, while he was away on a vacation. luisses Morris of Medicine Hat and Rev. D. Jones of Taber were in the i city attending the fancral of the late The Turphv Furniture Co. are un- W. Dooley. loading two cars at their warehouse R- T. Carr, accountant for the Hud on the" track. Thev will be making j son's Co- and E- R- Tabrum. j manager of the store department re- a ssreat showing m all lines of fur-j VTJ 0 j turned last night from a holiday at niture...for the bedroom many novel; the Fork of the Old Man Ri_ and dainty creations. i Ver. r______________..._______; Your last chance to see 'Johnson's 4% performing dogs; also We naVe Maple Burton, the jolly maid, at [the Eureka. llberta Drug and BookCo. Prescripiion Specialists I 8. fflPlBf, Mqp. LETRBBIBEE THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy 36 32 Lethbridge, cloudy 62 29 Calgary, cloudy 44 30 Regina, cloudy 37 30. Winnipeg, cloudy 4.0 34 Bulletin From Central Office very light scattered fails of rain or snow have occurred in Mani; toba and eastern Saskatchewan. Else where the weather has been overcast. west fair and a little milder today and Sunday. j CITY AND DISTRICT j Robert Craig of Lethbridge has been appointed to the Macleod police force as constable. He was formerly a member of the Calgary police force. The services of St. Augustin's to- morrow will be conducted by the Rev. C. E. Gales, of St. Paul's Indian Mis sion, Macleod and Rural Dean of Mac- leod. Jas. Bouitpn and the two Mats have gone to Milk River Ridge on a duck hunting expedition, -and they promise their 'numerous friends a good I-I. Tennant, customs officer at Coutts is in the city today. He is an old timer in the Lethbridge Dis- trict but the growth of the city is a. remarkable surprise to him. The ladies of Knox Presbyterian church are holding a Thanksgiving Sale this afternoon at three o'clock. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the sale. The trustees of Glenwood school district have received power to bor- row three thousand dollars to pur- chase a site and erect a school build- ing. Edward Leavitt, Cardston, is the treasurer. S. Ervine of Taber has gone to Bill ings, Montana, to attend the Dry Farming Congress. Geo. C. Miller. R. A. Van Orman and S. Ervine are the delegates from the Taber Board of Trade. The Christian Science Society will hold services in the K. of P. hall to- morrow at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Probation after Death." A meet- ing will also be held in the same place Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Subject, Passenger trains from the west were delayed for some time yester- day on account of a wrecked freight at Galloway between Cranbrook and Crow's Nest. No particulars of wreck are known other than that none of the crew were injured ser- iously. The services in Westminster Church tomorrow will be conducted by tho Pastor. Morning subject, at 11 o'clock, "Caleb's even- ing, at 7.30, "Agnosticism." Sun- day School and Adult Bible Class at 3.00 p.m. All are cordially invited to be present: Italian Prunes, a Case Tokay Grapes, 6Oc. a Basket Tomatoes, a Case AT THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT Don't forget the football match on Monday afternoon between the A.O. F. -and S. 0. E. kick-off 2 p.m. D. Balcovske is shipping ;sixteen carloads of cattle from Milk River today. The shipment is consigned to the Old Country. The ladies of St. Patrick's Church entertained -their friends and visitors' in St. Augustin's Hall last night in a 'euchre party. A musical program was provided and refreshments served A thoroughly enjoyable evening was spent. Father Meyer will hold services at the following places for the end of this month and the beginning of No- vember Oct. 2-i at Diamond City, and Albion Ridge; Oct. 31 at Milk River, Nov. 1 at Warner and Nov. 2 at New Dayton. John G-- Lind, of Owen Sound, Out., was in the city today. He has been travelling over Alberta and Sas- katchewan looking for land and dur- ing the past few days he bought 'sis thousand acres south of Bow Island from the F. E. Mason Land Co., and twelve thousand acres north of Maple Creek. MacLeod Advertiser: Mr. Mrs. F. B. -Warde of Alexandra Ranch, Nanton, who went to England in June, have returned, arriving here i Monday, and. are now at -the home of j Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Kennedy. Mr. j and Mrs. Warde were delightfully en- I tertained during their stay in the Old I Country. j A special sermon to young men will be preached in the Baptist Church to- morrow evening at 7.30 by' the Pas- tor, Rev. William Reid. Subject, young" man can do." Morn- ing subject, "Our Great Heritage." On Monday evening the Young Peo- ple of the church will hold a Thanks- giving Social in the basement at 8 p.m.. Everybody is invited to these services. i 0. T. Lathrop, of the 0. W. Jverr Company., says -that Mr. GhaSee, who, was touched for on "Gold Brick" scheme is not a Minne- apolis merchant as the press reports would indicate, but a North Dakota bonanza farmer owning about acres of choice Red River Valley land near Chaffee. And he states, further i that the "'touch" has not noticeably i increased the sale of handkerchiefs 'in Minnesota and North Dakota. The regular Sunday meeting of the I Unitarian Church will he held on I Sunday evening next-in the K. of P. i when an address will be deliver ed by the local lay reader, Mr. Geo. Broadley, on "Think and. Thank." It j will be in the nature of a Thanksgiv- ing address, hut will also contain comments and criticisms on the ad- deess recently -delivered in this city j by William Jennings Bryan. Each I meeting is thrown open for free dis- j cussion and will in future commence at eight o'clock, instead of half past seven, as formerly. Fellow Ratepayers: In conformity with a pledge made to sev- eral of you a year ago, I present myself as an Aldernianic Candidate for tire coming year.. If elected, I will identify your interests w i til ray' o n i n e v ery way. If rejected, the loss or gain will be t t L fit i 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. I The Foot Toggery .The Leth bride T ft I J_ I Quiet Print Commercial and Jlrtistic Printers Will Open for Business in a few days in the Shepard Blrck Street ;i Ji Fine. Work and Rush Orders a Specialty' F. T. ROBINS. Manaer HEATING STOVES You can most conveniently with an OAK TREASURE TjO f ROBERT SAGE WHEAT MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Oct. closed 3-8 higher to 1-5 lower today. All markets opened strong and ad- vanced about 3-4, but the advance did not hold. The market 're-acted ibefore the close to about opening I prices. It looks as if short interest had been pretty well eliminated and jthat lower prices will prevail. I World's shipments are estimated at about fifteen millions for the week, i Russia and the Danube are offering j wheat freely. Cash demand in Win- i nipeg is .very poor. No export cle- mand at present time. All options in j Winnipeg showed a decline, j opened 105 3-4; I May 105 5-8. Closed December 105 3-8; I May 105 3-S. opeu-ed at 103 5-8; May 105 1-2. Closed, Decem- ber 103 5-8; May 105 1-2. October 97 1-2; j'December 94 3-4: May 99 5-8- Closed, October 96 3-4; December 93 7-8; May 93 5-8. Oats closed, October 33 3-4; Decem- ber 1-2; May 35 3-S. 2 .Important to Old Timers Send us your old Canadian and other postage stamps, used or unused. BEST PRICES PAID Look them cut, you may have one worth EXPERT, C-o THE ENSIGN CO. Acadia Block Redpath St. {13 t jil t 0 t t t t t t NEXT WEEK Commencing Monday night, Octo- j ber 25th, another excellent program j will be presented at the Eureka. j Barton Sisters, the girls with I dancing feet, also Chas. Howison, the 'imitator and comedian. pictures will be up 'to date in every respect and the program one of the .best. ERNEST F. and theory. Will receive pupils on his return from the Lyceum Concert Co-.'s fall tour about the 1st -weok of November. Private and class lessons. For terms and particulars apply to Mr. E. II. Rylands. A large stock of all sizes For Small Rooms For Large: Rooms Call and see them You will save money by the best on the The price will please yon TL V tie Mciveown Hardware Co. We ship out of town daily. PONY 384. J. Fig- gins. Lignt draying a specialty. Storage. All orders promptly at- v tended to. Orders taken at City Harness Store. GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Wm. Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to do all ivinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo. N., McLean, Glyn St., Phone 131. W> L Wilson the auctioneer, will buy all the furniture in your house and pay cash or sell it by public auction. If you cannot call on us, ring up Phone 189 and we -will call on yon. B. Mills, of the firm of Mills Son, Hosmer, is in tile city. and Manor, Sask., Oct. Des- pres, who fell from a loaded wagon, I Saturday, was operated on for peri- j tonitis last night and this morn and it1 Birch Flooring It in Stock Do You Want jJ Some? I T __.. jj Rogers-Cunningham 11 Lumber Company Ld 4' i THANKSGIVING You will notice in the Ladies Homo Journal a cou- pon advertisement for Palm- olive Soap. Bring it to us ami we will give you the cake free of charge. North Yard, Phone 23 Eait Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 j J AcadV Block I J- J- Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST ROASTERS FOR THANKSGIVING TURKEYS. The Savory Roaster needs absolutely no at- tention. Made entirely seamlsss. No chance for grease to collect in seams or its own basting. Stafford Agnew Co. :I1 you live out of town, I FLORAL TRIBUTES TO MR. AND MRS. DOOLSY Followinsr tlie burial of Msr. Dooley, which took place at Lethbridge on Sunday, October 17th, Mr. Dooley W3s bnried on Friday.. October 22nd. Both died of pneumonia ar.n two children, Ernest and Constance are left to mourn, the loss. Mr. and Mrs. Dooley were well known to a host of friends, who showed their dec-p sympathy in var- ious ways. The beautiful service of the Church of England, which the deceased loved so well, was read .by the rector of St. Augustin's, Leth- bridge Apart from numerous wreaths given by friends in Calgary, where Mr. and Mrs. Dooley latterly resided, the following floral tributes re- ceived iucally: North Star Masons Lodge No. 4: Order of Foresters; I. 0. 0. F.; Mr. and Mrs. Fleetweod: Mr, and Mrs. G. N. McLean; The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co.: Mr. and Mrs. Little: Mr. and Mrs. Sick; Mr. and Kingston; Mr. and Mrs. Bol- ton; Mr. and 'Mrs. T.M.Evans; Misses Morris, Medicine Hat; Earl Morris; Mrs. Glazsher; Brewery Work- ers'and office staff; Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie. The two funerals started from the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Fleetwood, who were very intimate friends of the deceased. j CARD OF THANKS I My sister and I wish, to thank very 1 sincerely all those who showed their sympathy to us in our sad bereave- ment. Wf appreciate it greatly and also feel very grateful to- otir kind friends v.-ho seat tokens of respect -in the form of beautiful wreaths. E. V. DOOLEY. 2 T What Drug Store Do You Take T i Your Prescriptions to? Do you go to. the one that is nearest to you? Or do you realize that this is a matter of such vital im- portance as to warra-at your going to considerable trouble to have your prescription filled .by a man who "knows how and who takes every precaution against mistakes? NO HERALD When you can have that kind of service without any extra trouble, it would seem folly to pass it by. I will send to any part of the city for a prescription, and deliver the medicine promptly. Monday, Oct. 25, being Thanksgiving Day and a pub- lie holiday, the Daily Herald will not be issued. The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I W. P, J. ALEXANDER X Prescription Expert Phone 445 Night Bell f J. I I T T I T 4- f St Thomas, Ont., Oct. onet Luton is investigating the death of a day old infant, at the hospital here. Mary Fcrrier, aged 23 and out from Scotland only one year, who j gave birth.to" a male child on Oct. 20 Early this morning the nurse found the child dead alongside the mother, wno claims she has no knowledge of how it came to its death. Sovereign Brand Clothing Is Not An Experiment Thousands of particular men throughout Canada know that Sovereign Brand Clothing will keep its shape despite the roughest usage.- They also know that it is as stjdish, and is made of ns up-to-date fabrics as the most expensive custom tailored salts Ask your dealer for Sovereign Brand. If he does not keep it, write us W. E. Sanford Mfg. Co., Ltd, HAMILTON WINNIPEG ;