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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel in v Alberta :S WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel It the Beit A Most Convenltnl to Stay Finish Your Floors in paint, varnish, stain, or wax, and use TAo Sherwfn WHHams Kodsrn Method Floor Finishes. For Painted Finlih Inside Floors TXf S-vr. Insist FLOOII fitxr, Porch Floors THE: S-W. PORCH For Varnished a disable floor varnish. Sciined seas aad -varnish combined For Waxed S-W. FLOQS WAX, For Unsljtitly in Old S-Hf. SEAM A complete line of finishes for aay style and any floor, old or new. -_, Get color caxds from Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL 606 THIRD AVENUE PHONE We give special attention toJmaii orders Fancy Groceries 1 Ib. gtssses of-French Fruit in jef.'y, per bot. 2 Ib. glass oP fruit salad .60c Tail giasses of French macs- dcines in heavy syrup ..50c Tat) glass of apricots Tall glass strawberries ..50c Tall glass cherries ..50c Tal! glass pears in syrup 50c 1 lb- glass China ginger .35o Crysrslized fruits in boxes 25o 1 Ib. glass pineapple, Wes> India ...25c 1 !b. of Poultdn Noel's Tongue............. ;.65c 2 Ib. glass Balmoral ox tongue French sheet gelatine in pkts. Each .................25c Almond Paste in 1 Ib. tins 50c Pineapple in maraschino glasses. Each The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries Fruit, CrosKery Phone 1453 WINTER C. aiul ALBERTA POTATOES have ulawu in our cellar two car loads of potatoes, one car of asscneci vegetables and we have two cars of Winter apples arriving: from Washington this week. Now the lime for you to lay in a Winter supply of these goods. V ces are advancing and you Trill'save money by buying zioV. THE GOOD CO. V HIGH CLASS GROCERS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND.PRQDUCE PHONE 52s PROMPT DELIVCOY Boots, Papers. G-ramaplioiLes. Fancy Groods, 'AND OFFICE STTPPLIES GO N.w WMtnty Black ?trst door west Union. Bank fir writer Phone 1265. Prescription Specialists E. RlPlfY, LFMIBBf FOR THE Daintiest LuncK IN THE CITY. ALL-YOU WANT TOO AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALTY.- DO YOU USE A HAIE TONIC? If so, you can-use RexaU93 Shampoo Paste with benefit It -isi an invigorating.-scalp and. dandruff re- mover. It makes the hair-soft and' pliable-and' gives k a' silky fluffy effect For. sale at The Store A WORD ABOUT s PRESCRIPTIONS Prescriptions are written to suit your indiyidual require- ments. "VTe com- pound pre- scription in a scien- tific and individual way. That's why you get results when w.e fill them. Ir Family and Dispensing Chemists Mght and. Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door CITY AND DISTRICT i Mrs. Ferrill, of G-lenwood, came inj tirain from Cardston on Satur- i an operation at the j i Dainty-Hospital. j on Saturday after-! j noon arrived home .from the east, i where he has been during the past !-t-wo months. r Chas. Cornell, ot Cornell and Trav- ijs, men's furnishers, left on Saturday .on a-'fciiving trip to Montreal j and .other eastern points. Mate'Moffit has returned to Leth- j bridge from Gr-eat and taken a position in A. C. Messer's i pool room.' I Ernest George Cox, .aged 21, died at the iarm of- his father near- -Iron Springs.on Saturday morning. He is j being buried there today. j K. Byer is, erecting'five handsome i residences on 8th avenue, south I (Charles They are to cost 1 between three and four thousand dol- each. I Messrs. Davis and Bayne have com- i menced work on extensive alterations i and repairs to the old Lyceum Thea- i tre, for Stariand, Ltd., the ncvv" ks- sees. We wish to thank our many customers and friends for their patronage extended the- firm of Johnston Jackson. J. J. JOHNSTON SYDNEY JACKSON The business "by Joh-nsion Jackson, has been purchased by Sydney Jackson and Percy ,Gope and will be continued under the firm name-of Jackson. Cope. "We solicit a continuance your valued patronage. Jackson ft Cope Prescription Druggists Sherlock Block Phone 1232 KS LOCALS .The Don't .Worry. Club- will bold their dance on Wednesday. Oct. 26 in the Caledonian Hall." Biner's or- chestra. 266-2 During illness in his family Dr. i-Galbraitb-'s office and telephone num- j b-srs remain as usual, 914 Third Ave., Number 1253, respecc- "2b'6-B all 656, thb Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message .aid bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. .210-0 Tickets for the Caledonian masquer- ade can be had from the secretary or the office of the Western Plumbing Co. Masquerade at 9 p.m. Thursday, 27th; No admission vrrthout tickels- 2.66-2 Call up Crown Cleaners, comei ul Redpath and Burdett streats, oppo- site Methodist'church. Jlioue'474. 17X-0 Call-City Repair. Go. for'fine shoe making and repairing and' fine tailor- ing, cleaning and Fifth street, teleDhone 1160. t'-- 263-n Dance on Tuesday night, Oct. 25th, in Redang's -Hall, North Ward. Good-Floor. Good music.. Ev- erybody "welcome. 26'6-2 Try a box ot-'choice cut flowers from" Geo. Taylor's; .Sure !to please you.or your friends, SI per box up. .Free green vritb. all cut flowers Phone 675. P. .0. Box 1353, 246-0 J-.--J. shall sell privately at- -room .105 Sherlock Build .ing, sitting roam and bed :room furni- Goods -on sale from. 2 to 4 o'clock from Tuesday until Saturday this week. 266-5 jMason Pasch. Go., Ltd., has the only piano store in Lethbridge. You can choose from thirty different j styles Call or -write for i prices and terms. E. McCaw, Mgr., j Phone 505. 264-0 DAINTY Private. Christmas Cards i printed.ivith your oven name and ad- dress. Call, evenings, J. H. Deli, 719 Crabb street, to see book of se- lect, samples, or phone 534. 263-i The Royal Shoe Store is Iccat- j e-d on Round 3 doors south of i the Lethbridge I-rotel. 26B-0 The Raymond Beet Sugar Factorv! i started the season's run this mornine. The rains last vc-eek delayed the com- i ing in of beets, consequently the. fac- tory not able'to start up on Thursday last as originally planned. DRAFTS" OF LUMBER Of all kinds, for all purposes, can be had at our yards where "builders and contractors -cvlll find it to their advantage to go vhen needing Lumber for INDOOR OR OUTDOOR WORK This is all well dried and thoroughy seasoned .wood, both hard and soft, cut to required lengths, and all ready for delivery. Very fair prices. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 CJTY AND. DISTRICT on, Sun- day morning trorii the Maritime Pro- vinces where he-has been engaged oh the Canadian Northern for .'the last feu- yearsij; Mrs. Seaman accompan- ied him home. There -woTl Knox church this. evening to discuss the formation' OF an Associated. Charities in this 3'.--'Chadwick. of Edmonton, pro.vincial superintendent- of neglected childrejiv will be. present....7.. The Dow-sley-McMillan Land -Co; report having' sold to R. E. Sher- lock, a section south-east of the new jail. The price Paid is said to be well over Saturday a house, arid lot on Coutts street to Mr. Slack, two. lots, to Miss Thompson 'Duf! street and two lots to E, Anderson, in Block 125. Alex. Smith, G. E. Hotson and J. Doyle were appointed a committee at the meeting of the Builders'.Exchange on progranrs for the regular semi-monthly meetings of the Exchange throughout the win- ter, the idea being to provide for tire discussion of some one subject at each .meeting. The Compensatioa Act, the City Building By-laws, the law relating to contractors and contractors are subjects that will come und-er discussion. THE WEATHER Edmonton, 'ia'ir 54 32 Calgary, fair 50 30 clear 64 33 Winnipeg, fair T..........'.. 60 30 The -weather throughout the prairie provinces has continued mostly, fine and mild during the day and ffosty- during" the nisht. FORECAST: "All and mild today_.and Tuesday. sc s -J. IvI. Glendenning, Nan- ton, was in the city yesterday. Hon. A. J. McLean went'to Winni- peg last night, A.n I.O.O.F. lodge was organised at Winniired last week. A company may be organized to bore for gas at G'rassy Lake. Hotson Leader have commenced work on the construction of a new .bakery for Gil more, the baker. Jas. A. Robertson, Nanton's "old- est has sold his farm adjoining that town for An acre. He will return to his old home at Woodbridge, Ont. Owing to increasing business the Lethbridge Iron Works have been com pelled to enlarge their workshop. Hoison the contract ana commenced work on Saturday- Const. John Sargeant, of the citv police, returned, on Saturday .after- noon from Pincher Creek, where he went to attend the annual military ball, held the previous evening. Ho reports the affair a great success. The fire department were called out at midnight on Saturday in response to an alarm rung in from Box 32 at the corner of First avenue and Twelft-h street. Arriving there the glass of the alarm had been broken, but no one was in sight, nor was there any sign of fire. MR. CARVER YOU WON'T MIND CARVING THAT BIRD IF YOU HAVE A CARVING KNIFE THAT WILL CARVE MRS, CARVER YOU'LL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOUR FRIENDS DINE WITH YOU IF YOU HAVE NEW KNIVES. FORKS AND SPOONS FOR THE TABLE. COME AND SEE OURS. Staffor e w C o. 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 of the cost of a new house and never take the trouble to find out. If the eye of some shack- dwelier falls upon this ad. we aim to come in and talk us about '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 man who is keeping his family in a miser- able excuse for a home, would decide that he could easily af- ford to b.uild. Lumber Company, Limited ALL LADIES ..Are. especially, invited to come in and sample TUXEDO COFFEE FREE DEMONSTRATION Now going on" of coffee, jellies, extracts. "You are all invited. G THIRD FAMILY GROCERS SHERLOCK BLDG. Mrs. Rorer's Guide Sarah Tyson Rorer (of the Lad- ies' Home Journal) has prepared an Oven Thermometer Gmde ex- clusively for MOORE'S RANGE. It gives the time required and the heat neccessary for baking all foods. It is invaluable to the experienced :housewife and a life-saver to the novice. Moore's Range is the safest; kitchen investment. and the glass oven door is the lates t- improve irrent. think, vou can see everv 'thino? v o opening the door. The McKeown Hardware Ltd. -'We ship out or town dally. in season is always to be had at the Menu and Prices to Suit.All- ll; KL MURRAY, Prop. THf RFMTIFY 1TIY 1 lit DL.WI LJt I VAI., L1V Popular Store Men's Fall Suits The strongest and most attrac- tive lines that we have" ever shown. Moderate in price. The 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 grays ancl browns in the leading shades. Wide and narrow- diag- onal woven worsteds and neat small checks. Two and three button style coats, medium cut form fitting. Sizes 34 to 44. Prices as Overcoats New fall coats of light weight of extra fine cheviot cloth, with silk lapel, also large number of college and ulster coats for Winter wear. iilo.Od, Hat The new both soft and stiff hats are Tke'HaAves Von Gal in a flexible Derby Hats somewhat better taan are usually sold at this price, a clear deep black that will not turn nisty. It is a fine glossy felt and "if "has the-best of-finishings and trimmings. Also it is truly flexible, will conform 'to the shape of- the head almost as readily as a soft hat! GLOVES FOR FALL WEAR In lined and unlined mocha and dog-skin gloves at prices to all corners, of Everything _ ;