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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL and Up U Datt. ROOMS IN CONNECTION THE PtACt TO VI ffta U llttMtiQI !i UK -'HUM No, 7 Sunset No. 8 No. 9 Ranges at Special Prices for One Month The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 670; 62 The Store of Quality A Full Line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Call in and see our display of Flowerpots PHONE 21 G. First UK IOH Grocery "Store in City WE HAVE JUST PLACED IN STOCK: New Australian Raisins, New California Seeded Raisins, New Cleaned Currants, Christie's Soda Biscuits in tins, Cowan's Maple Milk Choco- late, etc. Italian Prunes per case. THE GO O D CO. 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. P. W. Tuller will receive to- i morrow and afterwards on the fourth hWednesday of each month. who with a-band of four others broke j Q. R G Bagnall has resigned as C.P.R. for succeeded by CITY AND DISTRICT Fred Carter, alias Fred Weakly, jail' at Salem a short time ago, was arrested here about a year and a half ago by Sergt. Egan of the R.N.W.M. P. He was sent back to the States and given a five years' sentence. See the Bfrton Sisters, the girls with the dancing feet, at the Eureka. The dining room of the Victoria passenger agent of the Felt Shoes ;fbr Gold feather 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 lief ore buying. I The Foot Toggery I this division, and Chas. Fife, of i Miss Emma Cavan, of Coleridge has I returned home after an enjoyable va- cation, the guest of Mrs. Chapman. r Letters of administration to the es- jtate of James McCaig.yhave been granted to the Trusts and; Guarantee; Mansion was opened Company, Limited, as public-adminis--' THE WEATHER. j ing. Over a hundred guests were pre sent. An excellent musical program was provided during "the dinner by trators. The late Mr. McCaig was a prominent rancher in the -Medicine Hat district and left ail estate am- Edmonton, cloudy 46 V I i November Magazines Popular Red Book American McCiure's 'Pearson's Everybody's Short Stories Ladies7 Home Journal 26 BODK5TGBE New Whitney Block J Agents for Underwood jf writer If You Jab 3 Hole A. In: a i: Hot Water Bottle i k i I i 1 3' i 5 I N A 1 1 .'I I 'I I won't guarantee it not to i leak, but .we do guarantee o-ur, bottles to be perfect in every respect, and .stand .a lot of -wear and tear. We know they are made of pure Para Rubber and will We have them in dif- ferent styles and prices. li you require one see our stock. We have styl es for ladies, gentlemen and child- ren. The prices from' "up. "Do not .wait till you get cokl, but. prevent it. For sale "at Family arid Dispensing Chemists. Telephone' 4l4. jfi Calgary, fair 48 'Regina, cloudy 46 Brandon., clear 55 Winnipeg., fair 44 Winnipeg, fair Port Arthur, cloudy.. 32 25 21 26 32 36 (Messrs. Needbam, Gaskelland. Smith, j bunting to over This cafe promises to be a popular .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 dinin The Some light scattered falls of rain or sleet have occurred in the prairie provinces, but the' "weather lias been mostly 'fine. Forecast Fair and mild today apd' Wednes- day. CITY AND DISTRICT Colonel Cruickshanks, D. 0. C.. Military District No. 13, arrived in room. Supreme Court opened at 10 a. in. this morning before tice Siiton. After the jury answer- fed to" their names adjournment was v made until this afternoon." His Lord- peg an ship'went over the list dif- ficulty 'in getting a case upon A. C. Mess-er has been elected retary, of the A. 0. F. i A fact worthy of note as j shown by a case in court' this; week; is that freight is'i shipped from Port Arthur Enierson thence via Great Northern to Coufcts and Lethbridge. "which roundabout route must be com- both sides were ready to go on with peting with .-the C.PJR. or, else a car- the trial jat once. Remember Bellevue Farming Big Sale .at .Lethbridge Mar.ket -..ort Thursday, "'commenclhg at ten o'clock. Police Court opened at nine o'clock this moshing instead of the usual hour on account of the Supreme Court sittings. Horace Bergen and the citv -this afternoon -to inspect the Thomas Goodfellow' got; three 'dollars arms and equipment of the 25th Bat- tery 'C. F. A. here. and costs for being drunk and disor- derly. The case of James Burnett, If you want a high class work horse arrested on a 'Charge, of supplying attend the Bellevue Farm Co.'s sale liquor 'to an interdicted person at City Market on Thursday till Thursday morning, Bur- ing. nett giving bail to the amount of! The following building permits were taken ,'out this morning. H. Ford, I The Lethbridge Choral Society will three dwellings on Crabb street, atj have a full rehearsal tomorrow night. a cost of each, and Jas. B. Those who. haye not yet attended any G-rey, a stable on Duke street th'e practices' should come out to- morrow possible, in order The funeral of Henry Wilson Me- that the choir' may be finally balanc- Dowell, -the J-hfant child of John Mc- Dowell was held yesterday afternoon from their residence in the North j ordering music." Any wishing to join load of; .liquors would not travel so around the corners. 'The funeral of the late Thomas E. "'Ray was hetd yesterday at 11 p.m. from his son's 'residence, Barr Hill. The -late gentleman was 79 years of age fand was with the U. S. A.' Guards in the Civil War. The funer- al was largely attended. His son Jas. just moved to that dis trict some ten days-ago w-ith his fa- ther and family. The old gentleman has been in poor -health for "the last year. The pallbearers were: A. Wil- LARGE I AUCTION SALE 5 OF HORSES STOCK MR. J. A. SMITH has received instructions to -sell by Public at STIRLING on OCT. 30 AT Nelson Graham's Livery Sale Stable 'following horses and "stock: 60 H O RS and unbroken. 20 HEAD OF CATTLE, Also WAGGONS And BUGGIES. Sale commences sharp at 1 o'clock. N, months credit with 8 per cent, on approved Joint notes or 6 per cent, off for cash or credit amounts. Anyone wishing to dispcse of stock or property, leave notice at once-with W: Fish- er, Graham.. at Stirling. ..Sales to be held every two weeks at Stirling-. ed, and the officers may' knoiv- how many to iriake provision for in Rev- Lytle conducted 'the ser- Prescription Specialists 6. HIPLEY, MtjP. IETH8RIOGE t T. Burnett and A. V. Lang of Frank, who have been spending Thanksgiving in the city with friends returned home this afternoon. Still another improvement in pic- tures at the Eureka. Don't fail to see them. We have Manle Mr. Less Keller of Medicine Hat sited friends- in the city yesterday. Mr. Knechtel, of Berlin, "Ont., is visiting Mr. Shantz of the A. R. j I. office. f JThe C.P.R. time table for trains running over the new line to Macleod eoes into effect on October 31st. s> j The A. R. 1. shipped twelve car- j loads of wheat from the south this morning. See the pretty dancers, with beau- jtiful costumes also the electrical ef- fects at the Eureka this week. The death of a man named Lees is I reported Irdm Taber yesterday. Al- I coholism is the alleged cause of death Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hornibrook, of i Calgary, spent Thanksgiving at Leth- bridge visiting at the home of A. H. McKeown. A serious accident is reported from I Fernic. On Sunday morning a couple of freight cars, became detached from jthe train and ran back from Michel along the; main line, crashing into an engine coming from Fernie. The fire- man of the engine had a foot severed in the accident. The Western Co. wish ito announce that there is no connec- I tion whatever with the Western Plumbing Co. C. Walsh, sole owner and manager. Ward. vice. Attend the sale of oughbreds at the Market Place on Thursday morning Supt. A. Reid met with a rather painful mishap this morning on Smith Street. The horse he "was riding stumbled" and fell on his leg result- ing in a bad bruise. The funeral of the late John Thomp 'son, killed liy falling from the- bridge last week, was held on Saturday af- ternoon to the R. C- cemetery. Rev. Father Rosenthal conducted the fun- eral service. You will be sure to get a snap in a farm implement by attending Thurs- day's big sale at City Market. The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land will hold a meeting in the Odd- fellows' Hall tomorrow night for the purpose of installing the officers and the presentation of the charter. Rev. Mr. Campbell, secretary of the. Bible Society for Alberta will preach here next Sunday and on Monday ev- ening next will give an illustrated lecture in the basement of Knox Church. The Western Co. wish to announce -that there is no connec- tion whatever with the" Western PIumBing Co. C. Walsh, sole owner and manager. who cannot come out. tomorrow night should notify either Mr.< Tilley or Mr. Kentucky thor- Elton. The second annual-banquet of Pride of Alberta Lodge, the local lodge of the Sons of England Benefit Society, will be held on Tuesday, November 9th, (the King's Tickets (for members only) will be on sale to- morrow from any of the committee: j Messrs. Wade, Jones, Faunch, Farris, and Davidson, 'Those desirous of at- tending this notable function will have to get busy' -and obtain their tickets as the accommodation at the banquet table is limited. and It Birch Flooring in Stock Do You Want Some? Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 Yard, Phone 321 General Off ice, Phone 123 Acad'tt Block I You will, notice in the Ladies Homi) Journal a cou- pon advertisement for Palm- olive Soap. Bring it to us liams, L. Mills, Rind- less, Snider', Mr. Haney. The fun- eral sermon was delivered at the Bow ville school house by the Rev. J. A. Bull. were interred at Bowville, Cemetery Addison Son having' charge of the funeral. Pretty Initial Handkerchiefs You will find what you want in our large atock LsJ.McLeay THE TURNER-WOMAN GETS FI YEARS I N PRISON Strangled the Babe She Was Paid to Adopt, and Gets Short Sentence Toronto, Oct. Mabel Tur- nerj who strangled the baby she was paid- Hollars 'to adopt, was sentenced on Saturday by Judge- Ma- gee to fifteen years in peniten- It wilt pay you to trade Pioneer Lumber Co. US. 242-26 THE OIK NOTING STOVES have Removable duplex grMe Large asbpaii The bodies' are made of piece, heavy. coJil steel, flanged, on one rolled each end Scievr draft regulatois Double feed doors High cover, with automatic aiiacbiutut -Beautifu IJy' fi a is These stores me satisfactory for uil con- ditions price will interest YYni Call mid look, over our stock The McKeown Hardware Co. We ship out of town daily. ERNEST F. and theory. Will receive pupils on his return from the Lyceum Cor; cert Co.'s fall tour about the 1st Aveek of November. Private and e.ass lessons. Forjterrns and particulars apply-to Mr.'E. "U. Rylands. Mr. Bennett, the Scrantoh School representative, has been appointed as chairman of the- Joint Committee, of Western Coal Operators; and District 18. to adjust disputes which were not settled at Macleod .on October 12. A lizard skin purse between Bartlett street and North Re- ward for same at Loggings Meat Store, North Ward. 267-1 Special Announcement to the Ladies of Lethbridge tand we will give you the cake free of charge. J- Jv 4 CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST of Excellence What a small percent- age the actual cost of a shovel represents com- pared with the time cost of the user in Zenith Shovels You have a perfect shovel. Try one and be convinced are Unconditionally HEATERS The weather reminds us that winter is very close. Buy your Heaters now and prepare before- hand. ays Only Oct. 26, 28, 29 HOTEL You are particularly invited to call and inspect these goods The Toronto Fur Co. Western Headquarters, Winnipeg Inquire for Sample Room at Hotel Office each Stafford Agnew Co. :Tf you live out b{ wr Y: AUCTION :SADE At Oxland's Corral, rear of Bompas Street, on Thursday Morning? Oct. 28, at 10.30 a.m. FRANK G. WADDINGTQNf Is instmcted the owner. John Sirak, to sell "by auction; as above 1 team of bay horses, aged o and 6 years respectively, broken ,v- 1 colt 1 year old 1 set double barness, nearly new 1 colt-jj months old 1 Int.'Harvester wagon 261 Auctioneer's office, Crabb Street -r T .T t A T SPECIAL OAKS SOLE AGENTS HAYR BROS, Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 J I H-111 MJ; m i i rr 111 I-TM-H 11 r 111 n i i-i i ;