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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBftlDOC, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, H FIVE Next door to HcrftU Office Rrttrin ligtoiraM Special Stoitoi Three Performances every ereaing, commencing at 7.30 Popular Pricia, lOe tad I5e BUILDING THOROUGHLY STEAM HEATED Dou't forget about the Gold Watches we will give away Oct. 31. See them at Wright's the Jeweler and save your coupons Weoits Booze To Get Votes For Original Letter Shows Tactics Of That Party IN THE WEST T Q N I G H T THEATRE lie Per- forums Daily: UiipJL The FAIRCHILDS aJTfafs Dectrkal DAINTY DOKRIS DONNER hkcr fmit GcnuSMf aW Daiciaf Bid aa< Wag f teiet SW Daicbf Pictures BepeaUnce too Late -Will he Overtake Them The One-legged Man ACrneJJoke DAINTV DQRRIS The 10-year-old Wonderful Impersonator who capturing the hearts of the Lyceum's pa trow Entire Change of Vaudeville Mon- days and Thurs- days Complete Change of Pictures Mon- days, Wednesdays and Fridays Get better cooKing results from leas fuel THIS range was built to get more and steadier heat out of the fuel you burn. bake and roast perfectly. do all that the highest priced r will do aod do it easily. Gumey-Oxf ord Chancellor s built of dead flat, patent levelled steel, asbestos lined. It has the duplex revers- ble this grate no coai can irop through until it is thoroughly bunted teeth cut off the dead ashes from he bottom of the fire when the grate ts operated, giving a quick, hot fire. N'ote the big, deep oven, with balanced door that drops down and forms a firm shelf for basting, etc. The detachable copper reservoir will iieep you supplied with plenty of hot water. The Gurney Oxford Chancellor Range will cut down living expenses by saving :uel, food and labor. It bakes roasts to a easily con- trolled and perfect in operation. GURNEY.OXFORD Golden Nugget No range was ever sold at so low a that was so solidly built of dead Sat, pat- ent levelled steel, lined with asbestos aad containing so many of the latest improve- ments in range construction. The new Gurney-Oxford reversible grate gets the best out of any coal and gives a quickly responding fire. The oven gives an absolutely even temp- erature and is extra large. Let us tell you more about it. This is the range you should in your range should write us about asking for full information. PRICE High fit IS.59 PRICK I7.M tf.SS The Gurney Standard Metal Co., Limited MINERS THE CANVASS AGAINST MR. SIMMONS Do not be jfocled. Get in your Vote on Monday. Don't go down, in the mine before the voting hour and re- main there until after polling. You have a right to use the franchise just'as much as the bosses. Emission Adults 25c Children 15c EMERSON and VANHORN in their famous Singing, Dancing and Instrumental Comedy, en-, First Rehearsal" A FAST TYPEWRITER New York. Oct. Rose Nei- rr, of Brooklyn, again proved last ight that she is the fastest typewrit- in the world by winning he contest for the championship a he business show at Madison Square arden. Her record was eighty-seven words a minute. A feature of: the canvass against Mr. Simmons in the Cardston district is an attack upon him for the prosecution of the illicit liquor sellers in that district. Because the Al- berta Government 'compels people to conform to the law and Mr. Simmb'ns is a sup- porter of "that f Government, canvassers for Mr. Ma'grath are working amongst certain classes with the; cry that Mr. Simmons Is a crank on tem- perance-- Mr. Simmons is not a crank on anything but he believes in the-laws on the statute books being enforced. AND OTHERS tie mm UN SAMY IT i PJ THE PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COM- MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. COMING 11 Oliver's Hall ONE SOLID WEEK Com. Oct. 26 1 Chicago, 111., Oct. tatives Henry T. Raiey, of Illinois announced today that he will on the opening of Congress in December next, introduce a bill calling for a Congressional investigation of the Panama canal purchase. Raymond Raymond, Oct. Car and Edgar Nilsson. made a trip t Magrath arid back, yesterday. Mr C. Nilsson and son 'Arthur are i Lethbridge on business today. Mrs. Mary Triggs of Westminste B. C., Is visiting her sister Mrs. A Cooper. The farmers are busy hauling and the Indians pulling and topping beets again, after the snow which has de- layed them for a few days. Mr. A. Mickleson and son, Neils, of Stirling, are in town on business. Mr. M. Rose and O. Asplin have opened a restaurant in the store next" to C. D. Fox's office, and are going to run an up-to-date restaurant. They are going to put on a special dinner every Saturday. Alice Evans, the two year old daughter of Mr. J. W. Evans, fell from a box and'broke her right arm. The fracture may result in a stiff Cranbrook, Oct. 4, 1908 Hon. Frank Oliver, Edmonton, Alta. Conservative Candidate Goodeve asserts Laurier Gov- ernment haa established Jap- anese, colony in Northwest. Also haa set aide -there 28 townships for Japanese. Is this so? Wire answer to Moy_ ie. B. C Smith Curtis. Moose Jaw, Oct. 6, 1908. Smith Movie, B. C. Yours of Oct. 4th. Report C.P.R. has. sold some irriga- tion landa east of Calgary to Japanese. Dominion Govern- refuse to agree to entry of colonists as being Cowley Cowley, Oct. many friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gunn congrat- ulate them on the birth of a son. The boy is now about a week old and both he and the mother are do- ing well. On Thursday last Mr. A. Campbell who lives some three miles across the Middle Fork had the misfortune to receive a kick from a horse which broke his arm. He pluckily walked in to Lorn Shepherd's where doc- tor was summoned and his injuries attended to. This is pretty hard lines for J. Campbell to be.laid up at this- busy time. Mr. Sinniter, at the mine near Lundbreck, on Wednesday, observed a man who was walking on the prairie distance away drop to the again. He rushed up to the place and found the man lying covered with. blood and dying. He proved to be Mr. F. Hartin, who had suffered rupture of a blood vessel with fatal results. The deceased was an Eng- lishman who has lived, a year or two in. this .vicinity. He leaves a. faaailf. His interment takes place at stone. some ground stagger to his feet, and fall FOREST FIRES. Lindsay, Ont., Oct. fire are.-raging in woods..north of.Fenelon Falls and in the vicinity of Halibur- ton. DETECTIVES AT WORK Halifax. Oct. is stated here number of detectives are at work in the province on the lookout for 'violators of the election law. The men are strangers here. THE PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COM MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. contrary to agreement with Japan. Statement in telegram utterly untrue. Frank Olivr. Mme. Norman and J. W. the Lyceum orchestra furnishes exceptional music at the THE PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COM- MENCE 7AT 7.311 PROMPT. Itsiies fa's liacten OCTOBER 26 at the HUB CAFE Green Pea Soup English Mutton Chop or Lamb Kidney Boiled or Mashed Potatoes Cream Parsnips Peaeh and Rice Padding Place Your Orders for OWING ....WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed I PHONE 289 Ana BIG COMPANY Change of Play every night MONDAY NIGHT Election Day Returns be given from the vStage w Pnces-25c, 35c, 50c Tickets on Sale at J. P. Higinbotham's THE PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COM- MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. ioint. Dr. Rivers set the arm and she is doing as well as can. be ex- pected Prof. Johnson with several of our Raymond actors and actresses will present on Nov. 6 the renowned) play entitled "East by Mrs. Hen ry Wood. Don't miss the ladies1 and child ren's matinee at the Lyceum Satur day and !5c. Bijou Theatre The Pnneer if Pirttrf SWws to be established, FIRST in popularity. FIRST in qnality of entertainment, FIRST in price LUTE BABY GIVEN AWAY TONIGHT vu nigHi pcnftTwiiCc Wiu CHificiCc at 7.30 sharp. CMC Early aid Score aad see Elecma Retins FUsW H THE HECL.A FURNAOE Western PlumbiniTinsmitliing S Heating Co Phone 266 Tie P.O. Box 417 I TH Woodhall-Davidson Co. Ltd. SHEET METAL COmACTORS, MANUFACTTJUERS AND JOBBERS Are novr located in the new And are prepared to give prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding Sheet Metal Cornices, Skyligfefc, Fireproof Wraiws, Metal Ceiiiigs, AT OLIVER'S HALL October 26th for One 25c-35c-50c General Agents Pease Econwoy and Victor Faraaces aid Registers Contractors are invited to investigate onr Prices and Stock Phone 142 P.O. 627 ;