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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V. JJiT.fc JU-sTl ATTHK HERALD The Lethbridge Doily Herald THE HJMfc TO STAY 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, caH and be convinced The Hick Hardware John SefcaaUa wld to MeChin of Lathbridfe, hjb of towa. con- ww" or ovar hov land is in for juat 8 moathe Mr. Scan Ian bought his MOM property foi brook Herald. at tha Lycaum ta- Calgary Herald: The members of ndatoM No. 17, bara a very neat and tangible way of showing their appreciation of of K, Johnson, who hat been, promoted to the management of the batik at Lethbridge. A leather upholstered mission WE SELL FOR CASH UDPATH STUET WIITING TABLETS i all sisetY to and prices The Urgeftt ruled or plain tablet in the city, for 25c Each rf Phono 211 A Agon is TOT unoarwaao Typowritors, Too Must Cultivate Good Loob Yon can't suffer a greater handicap than a muddy Complexion, or wrinkled, blotched or roughened akin. It's altogether nn- veoeatmry, too: If yon ..would only vae regularly everyday Jntt arrired a (nil lino of Also Photo Supplies yon would hardly believe f what a changed, appeax- anoeyoa would have in one week. Price 25c per Pot Prescription Specialists L i. BfiH, LETUue CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of QtiaJity Now is the time to book your orders for your weekly supply of CREAMERY BUTTER for the Winter. We get our butter in fresh every THE WORKWOMAN'S FRIEND The wwrfcingman in catting an man KM been their MW Mr. Sbnmana hec fena the CMMC later than any mambtr the At- oak rocking chair has been presented to Mr. Johnftoe, accompanied by an Mr. J.phnson had been of the members of the lodge and very prominently associated with it. Joha b. Pat'ton, D. D." or "Thirty Yean Among the Canibals, of the will be Rev. Win." Reid's subject in the Bap- tist Church tomorrow evening. Morn- ing 'subject Suaday School "and Bible Class meet at 3 o'clock Strangers and visitors are cordially attend these ser- vices. Will He Overtake Them, at Ly- ctum tonight. At the monthly praise service at Knox Church tomorrow evening, the music to be rendered by the choir is as follows. Sop. and Cont. solos and chorus. is a Holy Otty" Anther. "The radiant morn has passed away" Quartette, ''Hushed was the eviutaf hymn" During the erec- tion of the new "church services are held in the old building on GJyn St The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bacon. Bompas St. at 7 o'clock last night. ;Wm. F- Tate of Cranbrook.. is in the city, the guest of his son C. Ross tte jeweler. i borta Loffitlaturo. Tha Worfc- man't Compensation Act WM practically inotwod by him. Tha miners' eight-Hour day had loyal and earnott Mr. Mafraih oppoied law far and In having it romov- ad from tha statute tooks of the Northwest Territarios. In olhor also, Mr., Magrath ahawn that his sympathiot are with tha corporations and afainat tha warkingman. Tha tabor man wha vataa far Mr. Magrath votos far tha omy of his cause. Is that a wise thing ta da in whan tha labor man .'is eager to have passed in his interests? Tha labor man who votas for Mr. Simmons votos far an avowed friend, a man wha has dona things for his causa. If ha is elected ha is pledged do all possibly can to improve tha condition of tho working da; you Mr. Labor Voter, tho Enemy or tha Friend? THE FOOT TOGGERY EVERYTHING for tfre PEET NELSON .THE PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COM- MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. 9 Is Essential to Good Health When dealing at a Giooery Store yon should firat, con aider the Quality of Goods handled. Second, the aanU tary condition of the store. Third, tie service, and last, but not least, the price of the Goods. Combine all these principles and compare our with other you will Hnd that goods are THE .BEST that money caa buy. All our Goods are Fresh and are kept iu first-lass condition. We have the very best service and the prices sre as low as the lowest. Everything guaranteed to: give satisfaction or money oheerfully refunded. yovr THE UP-TO-DATE STORE i i for diingt at the Bljeu. grettcst Mntation city. Hr. and Mrs. Ben Burrell have a J. Hjelman is the latest addition to the staff at the J. Brown OR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. -Thone Office 135. House 94. to li a.m.. to 4 JO p.m., 7 to 8 p TO OR. O. J. COURTICE Otntlst Graduate of Northwestern Oniver- Chicago, HI. Office to 12; 1 to 5. I and 2, Macdonald Block U M. JOHNrrONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank. Lethbridfe. B-lyr The Whole Story Some sneak thief has been helping himself to board and fence posts from, the South Alberta Lumber Co.'s jrard. "Every night the police find doors unlocked and lights out in business houses. It is remarkable that such carelessness continues. The Lyctum vaudeville programme this week ic something superb. The proprietors of pool halls in the city have been warned against allow- ing boys under eighteen to frequent tbeir premises. The date of the teachers' convention has been definitely fixed for Novem ber 5th and 6th. The program will be published on Monday. The Farmers' Elevator at Macleod if. completed. The Anderton Block is almost finished. Jas. A. McDon- ald is the architect. J. A. Rasmussen of the Jensen Bros. Co., Magrath, is in the city today. His company threshed bushels of No. 1 wheat, averaging 55 bushels to the acre. The One-Leggid Man and a Cruel Joke at the Lyceum. Dr. Mewbum. of Lethbridge, Alta., was in the city on Monday, consult- ing with Dr. King on professional Herald. Knox Church is not behind the oth- er buildings in the matter of pushed to completion. Fifteen men are engaged on the work and thc3- expect to have the outside work the course of a week and the whole building ready for service in- side of seven weeks. Of course much depends on the condition of the wira- ther. week from the Government H Creamery. PHONE 2.1 S. Squeverf who has been visiting Mrs. J. M. Reding of the North Ward returned to her home at this morning. The O. W. Kerr Co. are now located in their new offices in the Whitney lock, ground floor. They brought a car of land seekers in last ight and the party went to Warner (us .morning. I Lyceum programme changos hree times a week. A maa named Kingdon paid this morning for getting drunk last night. He also paid for what v. said while under the influence of THE PERFORMANCES -AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COMMENCE AT 7.30 supporters of C. A. Mapjth are nvited to attend "the Bijou Theatre Monday evsnipj at.l o'clock to hear the election returns. A special wire THE WEATHER Edmonton, clear 44 been arranged for. Seats far adiea. v' Calvary, clear 56 Smith of Begina, business Lethbridge. clear 56 36 Medicine Hat; clear 40 30 Forecast Fine and warmer today and on for Smith Bros, and Wilson, contractors, came up to the city last night on business in connection wita :the new fire halL and the public school which the firm are erecting. Architect McDonald is at work am plans for a new brick hotel at Soyal City. The building is to contain 25 t bedrooms. Mr. Dupon is the proprietor. Conductor T. A. Cory of Medicine Hat, has taken out permits for two j residences on 'Courtland St Heytiens, proprietor 01 the Belgian has decided to tear down the present building and creel a large three storey brick block. The work will be done this coming- winter. If lots can be secured1 the building will be 37 by 100 feet. James A. McDonald is the architect. at each. Jas. A. McDonald t is the architect and John Sandquist the contractor. T The polling booth at the Central School will be in room 2, the en-1 trance to which is the north-east Voters will kindly remember i this and avoid disturbing any of desiring information con. cerning choice fruit land, all under irrigation, capable of growing delicious fruits and situated on Okanagan Lake, B.C., call or communicate with F. C. Manchester, agent, Summerland Trust Co., Hotel Lethbridge 251-11 c class rooms. Rev. J. if. Harrison's subject at Wesley Church tomorrow morning i will be "The All Night PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COMMENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. y ditions of Christipji wil D be the topic in the evening. Strang 5 ers made welcome. Repentance Too Late, at the Ly ceum in pictures. David King nn active supporter o Mr. Magrath, is peddling about th city today a campaign sheet tha .1 contains language unfit for self re spccting women to read. Mr. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS Lots, Block A, Hig- Jnbotham Addition, corner Dryden and Torrance, for ___ f 454 i- grath is welcome to all the assist g ancc Urn, last minute sheet can giv n 2-Acre Lot 7, Block 8. cor. of McBetl, and Bail- Oi A cow broke into T. Lewis' stable yesterday. It also broke a picket and let a horse loose. The police had to hire a horse to get the anu- mal into .the pound. 'Another gentle- man is 'also claiming damages' again- this cow so that the owner will have to face quite a bill. A REAL LIVE BABY GIVEN AWAY At the Bijou .Saturday evening, Oct. 24. To find a home- for .a nice well dressed and good looking baby the management of the have adopted the plan as follows. Each married couple and all ladiea. buying a ticket tf ill be given a number. There will be two numbers put into, a box and well shook .up and a boy from the audience will be chosen to draw one number out, and tike first number so drawn shall be the one that draws the' baby. The person holding the corresponding num. her in audience win be declared the lucky one. There will be no com- pulsion on the part. of. the one draw- ing the' baby as to their adopting it, and if 'they decline to take this beau- tifuloaby of about six weeks old, AN ELECTION SPECIAL t On- Tuesday 'morning next tha Herald will1' publish an election extra. It will contain the latest returns from all over the Dominion. A special wire of the C. P. R. Telegraph Co is being in- stalled in the office and in ad- dition to the. election returns the complete night sirvtca of the Associated Press will be .received. Tuesday Herald will have all ,the latest .world news as wall as full election rtturns; Newsdealers desiring extra copies should inform us be- fore Monday; night either by wire or "by, 'mall'.' the parents adopt some other plan. The drawing will take place at 8.30, at the conclusion of the illus- trated song of the aeccnd house. The baby will be- kept on exhibition the rest of the eveming for the those coming la to. Papers of adop- tion, will be drawn up Monday morn- ing by'the parents. 266-2 THE PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COM- MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. WANTED A girl or boy to wash dishes. Ap- ply to W. L. Wilson, 50 Argyle Av--., Phone No. 189. 267-1 Civic Notice TAXES All cheques presented for payment of TAXES at the City Office, must be Accepted by the Bank upon which they are drawn. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 7 Secretary-TreaeuTer FOR SALE OR TO LET 7-room house, 50 x 20, with stable and coach house, hay shed, chicken house 30 x 16, and 40 chickens with- in half a mile of the centre of the city Price ald office. Apply Box M., Her- 267-3 STRAY DOGS .Any dog found astray in the city Lethbridge without a proper dog tag will be impounded and prosecution under the by-low No. 6, relating t dogs will follow. JOS. GILLESPIE, Chief of Police TO-NIGHT WILL BE HELD THEATRE AT 9.15 P.M: Meeting will be addressed C. A. Magrath ATO OTHER SPEABBS TheHon.Senator DeVeber and W. C. Simmons, the Liberal candidate, are cor- dially invited to attend with permission to address the meeting GOD SAVE THE KING QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH liifcf Co. LU. Phones 23 and 123 MM Tirf W Track THE PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COM- MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. THF PERFORMANCES AT THE LYCEUM TONIGHT WILL COM- MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. i Have you tried our Oiirc Oii diiii Cnfcr Soap 3 cakes for lOc iricd always tried J. J. Johnston Freaaiptv'xa Druggist -DUALITY QUARTERS- 4 Lots 46 and 47 in Block F ;OAA OUU Ldlill Tliinl down and balance in 3 ant! 6 months L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 Bltck Ward School ........S7M Lot 3, Block A, with good 5 roomed house between Smith and Round St-i, only half mile from postoffice Lot on Westmin- ster Rr-ad. yt milr from Central of sub-division into 10 full sized lota half of Acre Lot 4. Block 7. cor. of Mc- brth an.3 Bailey Sts.. for Addition. miJc from This Block fac- the above on easy T. E. PATTESON Room Oliver Block THE PERFORMANCES AT THE [LYCEUM TONIGHT W5LL COM- I MENCE AT 7.30 PROMPT. let MISS BURKE Create Your New Gown MISS BURKE has recently arrived from Toronto and delighted a number of our patrons with her clever creations. Miss Burke is one of the best dressmakers in and we were exceedingly for- tunate in procuring her services. Being in close touch with Kastern fashion centres she will bo of invaluable assistance to you in planning your gown.-and when finished you will go into ecstacies over your cos- tiKr.o. and will he the envy of your friends. Miss Hurke is kept busy, so make your appointment early. Hudson's Bay Co. Stores ;