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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A CD e 1MB PLACE TO HAY Hi H i (to MM Ml The chill of Pall suggests Heaters and as we have a complete stock of Heaters in and Hot Blasts That are made right, look right and prices are right, call and be convinced The Hick Hardware Co. CITY DltmiCT U ia dw ctty. Ada in M, H of, city. J- W.Mfcrowu, public kfeool ia- U ia tho city performing his ial duticti Mr. aad K T. of Piaetur arrived city last to a tow days, The people of will to fcaow have opportunity of Mw Van vbb has C. C. ClUftUlAA Of WlftttiiWf, Bay Comply vUl itrHve iu tke city ou tka lo- cal this (rom Calgary. The police dog still ia full inir Kt tke At tho Dogs vt and iwUbod are their good quai- to the public. M O. Melby aooie time ago purekaa od a wafKoti froai UHJ Uayria :o. on a promiM to pay. Uo got a of lunaber on it and wont to tho Country, fhij poia-e jvere uasucetfa- ul U) their efforts to locate the gou or Meiby who was (or WE SELL FOR CASH UDTATH STOUT P.O. Box 670 Remember the a Lethbridge Writing Tabkt Is sold only at PhwM 211 Ag ttftts for Underwood Ttae are the Days OF Specialists and onr sp2cialty is pre- scriptions. We are equip- ped in every way to give expert attention to" any prescription entrusted to us for filling. It is worth "a great deal to yon in case of sickness to be certain your prescriptions are compounded properly of highest quality medicines. The'uame of mGlNBOTHAH on label is twrnttt if iti If you are wise you will procure your medicine here when any is required. Sat- isfaction always or your money refunded. J. L Hgihtm i Cilti Family and Dispeasnf Chemists Rettdeat CUik UkertiBraqullflekCa. Prescription Specialists ft, I. A ten-mile drive to Coaldale on Friday, Nov. 6, for z chicken supper and entertainment, wil! prove a most popular outing for the young folks from city.. .Remember the Only 2Sc. fcr both supper and con- cert. CTTY AND DISTRICT The Store full line Fresh Grocerii and Fresh Vegetables I can always be found at our PHONE 21 ti BM I Eochoh went local. Aid. Cunningham last night. High-class motion Eureka. several with her an elocutionist. Van u has to give a recital Church on the even trf Srd: She mill be on the platform by other ta tent. This be Mrs. Van Bpanck vrea'i UiBt in who heard her will be to listen to her splen did renderings ouce fee! that all who have not as yet rd the city's popular will avail themselves of this last op portunity. x rejuoair. VeaUrday, he waggon was located in tko alley neur the Hotel, where Mftlby had left it when leaving town with another party for parts unknown Mfilby iu considerable demand lam ong the business men of the city whom, he got into. and if you tKo myttoriouf baby at thi week. This it no pig ttory, hut th baby will cry from parts o hall. MARKS MADE GOOD. If a company of actors somewhat better than the la., giving the people.- the West something the kind of show.', that is to-them that is the Tom .Marks Company Tom Marks "is a hilarioua sufflcienc in himself J in the character of Irish roan, he invariably takes in hUr repertoire of plays. He supported by an except ionally strong dramatic and comedy actors, forming a very entertaining combination. j played' last night at Oliver's Hall drew a larger crofvd than.the-hall- would accommodate and many irerc turned away. The play was a, good-one and pleased the audience immensely. A pleasing" feature of Tom Marks' show is the vaudeville turns between the acts, which are certainly" not fact, considerably brighter than the usual company puts on. They play here for the rest, of the v MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Geo. WilbcyrLondon, Eng and of Frank E. Blachford, Toronto open (or a limited number Pupils Also for Concerts, At Homes Banquets, ete. Terms on application Phone-212. -____ THE V EVERYTHING for the FEET __ s___________________________________ NELSON GOW FOR SALE. A handsome light' oak sideboard and one leather'couch, Apply to Box. 8, care 2704 Don't mks Emerson and Vanhorh in their rmjiitctl farce, "The First _ r fCE CREAM fc S. in-fch T -f West to Calgary on now, open. The J stock'consists of rlry goods, station- veat to Calgary jxery and tobacco.. .Mr. Brooks c is mak- ings a specialty of-boot repairing, pictures at the .A" branch of the Women's Auxiliary Judge Winter returuud x'o CnJgr-iry this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Dooley arrived in the city from Calgary last night. night frr Missionary. Society will be organized in St. Augustin's Vestry on Thurs- day, at 8 p. m. A representa- tive of the Calgary Diocesan Board will tie present to give an address. A full attendance is looked for. '.See the watches te be given away onby tho Eureka Saturday night, ,t Aid, Macbeth left last Spokane and. other a week's trip. Big program at the Eureka. Mr. and Mrs. Vf. H. Young returned from his survey Pincher Creek. Mrs. T. W. Tuller will receive to-j city yesterday.." The "company ia (Wednesday) and afterwards i rying-.the irrigation to 19 -_ V" Successor fc.Gr. W. H. Heed -Pham III WANTED. 2 An state experience and salary .expected. Apply to Box M, Herald. WANTED. Good girl for general housework. Apply 1519 Dufferm St., or Box 1354, City. 265.0 Tom Narks Co. TONIGHT JEW TIE TUMP 4.K) I-- "i Nfekt Prices 35c ft 50c Matinee I0c u4 2fe THE ELECTION RETURNS CREATE GREAT EXCITEMENT FOR A FEW DAYS, BUT THE CLASS OF GROCERIES WE SELL CREATES ALL-THEL YEAR ROUND.' OUR BUSINESS IS INCREASING ALL THE TIME WHY? BECAUSE ONLY THE 3EST CLASS OF GOODS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. TRY US NOW. THE UP-TO-DATE STORE I Wright's, the jeweler. A'party, of seven-'-surveyors who hare been, surveying the route for the camp Alberta Land Co. ditch j through Snake _Valley arrived in the morrow (Wednesday) its oa the fourth Wednesday month-, A girl was held up by a. man of each tract of land near Medicine Hat the. Bow River, ;near Calgary. -The rush of .settlers to this district Red path St. Sunday night. A now iu full swing: Yesterday nine [citizen happening to come the'settlers with over a dozen cars of fellow speedity. effects arrived. Among them" were DR. O. J. COURTICE Dentist Fine new offices'ha vebeeu up in the Coalclale Hotel. Nino new rooms have been added to the Nitcl r XT iv fi and Building has heen :i'ovatod Uraduate of Northwestern (Jniver- i .4 -and reiurnishei. eity, Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms I and 2t Macdonald Block Mrs. T. F. S. Jackson, of Ecimon- and 3t turcka- L. M. JOHNSTCNE Barrister and Solicitor OfScs adjoining Union The Whole ton, who has been the guest of her I sister, Mrs. Anderson, for the past ten Bank dftys. and for whom so many charm- ing little functions have been given, left for home today. lletail Clerks' Protective Associa- tion meets tonight. All are request- to appear sharp at 7. HO for busi- After the business meeting a Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU Into Co, IU. Phones 23 and 123 Mail Yiri fcrtk Track cd ness. social and dnncc will be held. Ev- jerybody come. Anyone desiring information con. cerning choice fruit land, all under ir- rigation, capable of growing delicious fruits and situated on Okanagan Lake, B.C., call or communicate with F. C. Manchester, agent, Summerland Trust Co., Hotel Lethbridje 259-11 Harry T31y, H. X. Gray, O. H. Olson .and E. L. Gray, all of Alexandria, N.D.. for Lethbridge, H. Byersdorf of Olds, ;or Warner, Wrn. Ander- son, of Olds, for Milk River and A. Crawford, Elmer Craw- ford, and Wm. Gilljert of Omernee, X. B., for, Bradshaw siding, west 6r Jfa- grath. Mrs. W. Oxford, who has been liv- ing with her mother, Stephens in the North Ward, left on the flyer last night for Seattle where she will become the bride of Superintendent of the United States fish hatcheries at that city. Sirs. Oxford carries with her the good wishes of a large circle of friends who regret her de- parture. Don't miss Dainty Dorris tonight in something new. KEEN 'owers HERt ARE A FEW OF THEM: Have yon tried our SJiie Oil iri Gtomkr Saap 3 cakes for lOc Once tried always tried J. J. Johnston Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERt- t It MMM It A GOOD BUY Lots 46 and 47 in Block F Each Third down and balance in 3 and 6 months L, S. Ripley 294 Brown, navy and black, fine beaver cloth, velvet and silk braid trimmings, body linedj aemi, or loose fitting back, 48 ami 50 in., easily worth Macdonald's price. Ladies' Beaver and Vicuna Coab These corae in plain and invisible stripes and checks, good heavy serviceable coats, made with as mr.eli style as the higher priced length 48 in., self- trimmings, regular, value Macdonald's cash price; Furs! Furs! Ladies' and Children's and Collars in big variety of ityks. The prioea you'll find are the very lowest the t good furs can be sold for. Warm Underwear A large shipment of Men's. Women's and Children'E Underwear arrived today, JETS STAJflELD SIBtTS AMD MAW DES A.11 pure Nova Scotia wool, will not shrink in wash- ing, heavy weight, per suit All pnre, clean wool, well finished and good fitting, all sizes, per suit and Heavy wool, fine natural wool and fleece lined. Priceo range from 3oc up to IBIS M Wool ribbed, fleece lined, all sizes and desirable qualities at very attractive beginning as low as per garment 25c- Ladies7 Black Knee Pants. Wool Blouses, Norfolk Knitted Complete stock PHONt 34 THE CASH STORE A. MacdonaU Go, Eureka theatre Next door to Herald Office High-class Motion Pictures every evening CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 7.30 TO 10.30 p. M. Popular Prices, lOc and I5c BUILDING THOROUGHLY STEAM HEATED Dou'tforget about the'Gold Watches we will give away Oct. 31. See them at Wright's toe Jeweler and save your coupons Tw to- fmniia 7.15 iri THEATRE Entire of VaudevUle Mon- days and Thurs- days Complete Change of Pictures Mon- days, Wednesdays and Fridays Admission Adults 25c Children 15c T p N i G H DAINTY DORRIS The 10-year-old Wonderful Impersonator who is capturing the hearts of the Lyceum's patrons Emersom and Vanhom Ia Their Sketch "The First Rehearsal1 Dainty Dorris IB Sonethtaf New That Will Please All Moving Pictures StariKM-Dranatie Comedy- Election Returns To-night The Herald for High-class Job Work ;