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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Best a Day Hotel In Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best Most Convenient Place to Stay ft ft Finish Your Floors in paint, varnish, stain, or wax, and use The Sksrwin- Wiiifams Modern Method Floor Finishes. For Painted S-1V. ttstas fiocs Porch Ptixr. For Vtrcished a. floor varnish. isun aad varnish combined For Waaed S-VK For Unsiffhtly Cracks in Old S-W. AMD FULSK. A complete line of finishes for any style and any floor, old or Get-color cards from ardware RETAIL 50-3 THIRD AVENUE PHONE O. BOX We "give special attention to mail orders SPECIAL! Today and Wednes- day Concord Grapes> all in good .condition, per basket -35c Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs. for 25c Spanish Onions, 4 Ibs. for 25c New Laid Eggs, per doz. ,45c Bananas, per dor, .......50o Tlie Store of Quality Gfio. Kerr Co. md Crookcry pnone1453 Private Cards Get your order in early and avoid tike Cliristmas rush. New WWtnsy Slock First door Union Bank writar Phone 12-65. So, f iterto Ore Prescription Specialists FOR THE Daintiest Lunch !N THE CITY. ALL YOU WANT TOO AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALTY. t I Don't forget the name! "We are convinced that -we have secured the best line of toilet preparations made. Particular buyers- ahvays Rexall Remedies. Once used you will be con- vinced as "we "were, that they nave no superior. Look for -the sign. Store The Don't Worry Club ivilL hold their dance on Wednesday, .Oct. 26 in the Caledonian Halt. Biner's or- chestr'a. 266-2 j Well, say, don't fail to see -Jiose comedy-boxers, Shaxr at j the Eui-efca this week. During illness in his.. family Dr- j Galbraixh's office aixd telephone num- bers will remain as usual, 91-i Third !'Ave., S., and Number 1253, respect- ively. 266-6 Call 656, tht Lethhridge Messenger Service !or qiaci; message and bag- gage delivery. Offico 307 Crabb Si. 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. Xo admission without tickets. 265-2 Call up Crown. Cleaners, corset u? Redpath and Burdetrt streets, oppo- sitb Methwliat churcli.. Jhoab LAST OAK OF ASSORTED FRUIT FOB THIS SEASON We mig'-.s, say' i hat have managed to get another car of extra fine fruit froir. Washington. which just arrived. Retail prices Sweet Potatoes, nice large stock. 3 tbs 25c Corinchon' and Ferrera Grapes, per basket ,75c .2 Ibs. for 35o Ripe Tomatoes, per 20 Ib. case Green i._. ___ ,3Gc Green Tomatoes, per Ib.- 5c Bananas. very fir.e large stock, per doz 50c Fancy Eating Apples, per box Preserving Pears, per case and THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 PROMPT DELIVEDV 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." T "f "IT "7" i Craddock V iner THIRD AVE. S. FAMILY GROCERS SHERLOCK BLDG. A BIG LOAD .u get for your money -when buying our lumber. FLOORING, SIDING. LATH. SHINGLES and everything else that belongs io a well-stocked, lumber yard can be had here. Builders appreciate our lumber because it's CLEAR AND WELL-SEASONED LUMBER. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 Don't Burn Your Porridge You can't with the'Moore's Anti- IScorch Lid. This is a douSiecovers the upper part being ventilated, mak- ing an insulation of-air. Porridge won't burn, Milk can't scorch. Pre- serves won't burn and run over. Range 'has many helpful features. You will like them all. And the glass .oven door is the latest improve- ment.." Just think., von can see everrthins: baking "without- opening the door. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. We snip .out town dally. i r A WORD ABOUT PRESCRIPTIONS Prescriptions are written to suit your mclividnal require- ments. TTe com- ponnd -every pre- scription in a scien- tific and individual way. That's why you get results when we fill them. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322. Night Bell on Front Door GJTY AND DISTRICT THE WEATHER Bassano claims to have enough na- Edmonton, clear 50 IS rural gas to'supplr'a town of j Calgary, cloudy ........_........ 48 32 The Carnation Club will hold their' cloudy 59 37 has continued fair and dates, the 2nd .Tuesday of mild w.lh not mucil chanSc in each -month, in the .Caledonian. HaU, j the next dance being-held Oct. 25. j. -Manitoba and Sas- and mild. At the Thanksgiving supper to be Alberta-Fair and mild mostly, kit given at Westminster church pn Ha i few n ht iowe en, there trill be a special chil-j ._____ tlren's taiie. having-.special Hallowe'en decorations. Eight arc lights'have been installed Call City Repair Go. tor fine shoe j making and repairing apd fine tailor- I ing. cleaning and pressing, 327 Fifth street, teleofcone 1160. -263-5. Grand Dance on Tuesday night, j dances hereafter "on their regular j .i" Oct. 25th, in Reding's Hall. North rhja nf i nuia Ward. G-ood Floor. Good music. Ev- erybody .welcome. 2fa'6-2 Try a box of choice cat flowers irom (reo, Taylor's. Sure to please you or your friends, Si per bos up. Free 'green with all cut flowers Phone 675. P. 0. Box 1353. 246-0 0-U-Reka. Some singers and danc- ers, The Von Sisters at the Eureka this week only. J. Johnston, druggist, shall sell privately at room 105 .Sherlock Build ing, sitting room and bed room furni- at suitable locations on 13th street. ed to his home in Toronto. j S. E. Jones, a connuctor of the A. R. I. Co., has moved with his i family to Cards ton from his former home at 1419 Sixth Ave., south, j The, Carnation Club will hold their j dances hereafter on their regular i dates, the 2nd ar.d -tlh Tuesdav of j each month, in the Caledonian Hall, the next danci- being held Oct. 25. I James Byroni, infant child of Mr. j and Mrs. William Byrom, was bap- tizsd by Rev. A. Lytle, in West- i minster church on Sunday morning. St. Mary's Guild met yesterday ai- i ternoon and considerable work i dene in preparing for the church ba- zaar and concert, to be held on Xov- i errbcr 2. Tht- city's steam shovel, which is i digging a trench on 15ih street. south, got into trouble vesterday j while crossing '3th avenue. The rr- j cenrly graded roadway gave ar.d i OTK- wheel to sink tlown scv- cral feet. It took several hours' work to extricate the machine. AND DISTRICT Adam Golitko was fined S3 and costs by Supt. Wilson, J. p., at the north. Some ot them were in opera-i barracks yesterday morning for cre- tion for the first time last night and! ating a disturbance at Stafford Yil- gave goo.d satisfaction. lage last night. A Harvest Festival service was j the Westminster church choir has arranged to give a vocal concert, en- titled "Among the on Monday evening, November 14. An admission fee of twenty-five cents will be charged. The proceeds to be _ used in furnishing the church with a reports North i furnace. be active i The fowl supper being held under :ew days six lots! the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of Road have St. Andrews' church in Reding's ed on Rouna street 3 doors south 011; hands and also'two on the comer of j Hall, 6th avenue, north, on thc Letbbndge Ro.el.- 266-0 i and McKav streets, i day, October 26, will commence at 6 L. 0, L. 1666 will parade to St. j Cyprian's English church, irom the i K. of P- Hall on Oct. 30. 267-5 j t-ure. Goods on sale from 2 to 4 held at St. Mary's church on'Sundav. io'clocK from Tuesaay until Saturday) The church was prettily decorated fruits, grains, etc., 'and there a good attendance at both ser- this week. _ 266-n Mason Risch Co., Ltd., has the was only piano store in Lethbndge. Mr. Donaldson, of the Leth- Work is progressing rapidly on T. S. McKenzie's new warehouse on 2nd Ave.. south. The bricklayers are now at work. A meetinc: of bowlers' will be held P-m. The programme will commence in tije tonight at 8 o'clock for about 8 o'clock. Mr. Wilfecs, of the tne purpose of organizing a city i Y.M.C.A.; Mr. McPherson, of Knox league. Much splendid material is j church choir; Mrs. Nelson, pianist, available. A number, of prizes are and the Messrs. McKenzie, quartette, alrea-dy offered and the boys are ontribute to the programme. entiy requested to be on hand at the Speeches will be made by some or the Arcade tonisht at 8 o'clock. The Thoughtful 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 cond'-icetcd by Johnston Jackson, has been purchased by Sydney Jackson and Percy "VY. Cope and will bo continued under the firm name of Jackson Cope. solicit a continuance oj your valued patronage. Prescription Druggists Sherlock Block Phone 1232 Turkey's city ministers also. The first beautiful bou- quet of in the nciv greenhouses of Franche Bros.T at Hen- derson Park, was brought to the Her- ald office and presented to the editor yesterday. These greenhouses, which have ly.OOO -square feet of glass, and are or the most modern type of con- struction, will soon be ready ipr busi- ness. Franche Bros, are experts at the business. WILL BE EXTENDED TO YOU IF YOU WILL USE OXE OF OUR fi CARVING SETS TO CARVE HIM WITH OX HANKSGIV1NG DAY OUR THAXKS WILL BE GIVEN TO YOU, AND YOUR THANKS WILL ALWAYS BE OURS. IN SETS OF TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX PIECES. TRICES FROM to Stafford---A gn e w Co. Some men live in a shack long after they can afford a good, comfortable home. Tha trouble usually that they have an exaggerated idea of ihe cost of a new house and never take the tro.uble to find out. If the eye of some shack- dueller falls upon this ad. we him to come in and talk with 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, woulrt decide that he could easily af- ford 10 build. Bogers-ConnifHjiian) lumber Coopy, Limiteil ACAOIA BLOCK Yard, 121 The Choicest of Everything in season is always to Be had at the -Menu and Prices to Suit All N, H. MURRAY, Prop. We are exhibiting a splendid selection of Fall Coats, unsur- passed for value, the very fin- est materials in the latest New York styles, diagonal serges, broadcloths and tweeds. Prices tt> suit tha most economical ?17.50. 23.00 If not prepared to buy im- mediately, have one placed aside. nr t Silk Waists 'AQvance styles in taffeta and other silks with the 'touch ol newness that makes them fresh and correct for Fal) wear, in a shades, brown, old rose, reseda. Copen- hagen, cream. ONE Net Waists WHITE, CREAM and Ladles' Ready-to-Wear Dept, 2nd Flcor Special for Wednesday 509 Yards English n___I. This is a flannelette of extra fine tex- ture; closely woven; fast colors in a variety of stripes. Yours-tomorrow -Oc yd. Regular price 12 1-2c From 9 i'-.ra. as long as this lot lasts. THE BENTLEY CO., LTD Lethbridge's Popular Store Ladies' Fafl Coats ;