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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HCAAL.O Uthbridge Duly Herald TIB PLACE TO STAY t tittrtp tti MM WE The chill of Fail 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, call and be convinced __ The Hick Hardware Co, Narks to. TONIGHT IN Salary at 2J6 Kk wU tOe WE SELL FOR CASH KEDPATH STREET P.O. Box 670 Remember the Lethbridge Writing Tablet Is sold only at m smi 1st tar fet if WH loft Phone 2SI Agents for Underwood Typewriters. PURE: DRUGS Is the motto at oar store. That is why your physician has confidence in OIJT pre- scriptions. Your healtlr and future welfare ar.-too important jo be trifled --with. Send yonr prescrip- tions to Wterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I, I. iinflf, LETIUiUE Is Anyone Sick In Your Home? so, who is filling, your prescription You cannot expect to get the best results medicine is exactly as ordered. Remember that in our dispensing depart- ment but phar-__ macista are employed and nothing but fretfc drugs The Store of Quality full line Fresh Groceries and Diapeozroc' Chtttwts v Telephone 49 Night Ckik CITY AND DISTRICT and Fresh -r Vegetables can always be fouudat onr Temporary Quarters ClfYAWD DISTRICT P. German has decided to increase is stock by branching out into new; inca. ThJa morning received a large ahipment of ladles' and misses' Bhoea and ii now In a position to serve all ladies with xhe latest in ootwear. Every subject a leader at the Eure- fc tonight. Sev.jl. A. Mrs. Lytfe returned row the night. Two or three of Mr. Lytle's .tion jpaet them at the depot drove tjiem to-the Parsonage, ia the orth. Ward where tea was ready to be served. During Mr. Lytle's absence be Ladiee Aid have fitted up and urnished tbe, parsonage. An accommodating Policeman at be Eureka. MR. MAGRATH PHONE I 21 tl ttlfll ft RUStl Ify wife's head at the Eureka 'J. P. Hanson returned to Waterton A new steam hammer has been in- the Iron Works. U. "S. iTabee. manager of Montreal, Magrath, is, in town: Mrs. P. L. Naismith has east on a visit. Archie Marchessault of Taber is in the city. Complete change of pictures tcnight at the Lyceum. 271-3 Wanted a few more amateurs at the j local snow flurries Eureka tomorrow night. Judge Harvey of Edmonton arrived last night to preside at the sittings of the Supreme Court. 3. W. Woolf were among thi in the city last night. The Witch's Son, at the Lyceum to- night. 271-3 THE WEATHER Edmoston, snowing... .20 18 16 Calgary, 16 8 snowing .05 18 "13 Medicine .14 24, 18 fair 26 Winnipeg, fair...... 34 Bulletin From Central Office Snow has-fallen in Alberta and tht weather has been cold in all districts of the prairie provinces. cold with ligh Doris the Lyceum. W. L. Thompson of Spring Coulee this morning after a business trip to tbc in Southern Alber- thc city iu connection with the miDs there. DR. O. J. COURT1CE Dentist Graduate "of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms I and 2, Macdonald Block ta, is in the city today. H. P. Wallace, barrister of Taber, L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, Letb bridge. SS-lyr The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH Co, Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Yari Trick is in the city attending Supreme Court. Mrs. Van Spanckeren's recital at Wesley Church next Tuesday evening, November 3rd. Othello Lyceum tonight. Don't miss it. 271-3 Win. Head and II. I. Priestly of Calgary arc in the city on business in connection with the branch here. People continue to walk the streets at night owing to luck of hotel ac- commodation. Caught by Wireless at the Eureka tonight. C. R. Saver of Winnipeg, secretary of the Y.M.C.A.. for Western Canada, has written the local committee that he will be here on XQV. 3 or 4 to look after the organization of a Y.'M.C.A. here, and will be able to stay -until the 7th. Recital by Mrs. VanSpanckeren at Wesley Church on Tuesday evening next, November 3rd. The best local talent will assist. skirt dancing 71-3 O. T. Lathrop, of the 0. W. Ker Co., arrived last night with a dozen land seekers from across the line, a Bryanites. People wishing the services of Mrs ivatip Palin for. cooking, waiting o table, etc., will please leave "order at Higinbotham's Drug Store. One of the best entertainments eve given in the city at Wesley Churc next Tuesday, evening. Jtrs. Va Spanckeren's last appearance. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Forbes. Xorth Ward, died yesterda; The-funeral took place to the publ cemetery this afternoon at three o'clock. Rev. A. M. Gordon cooduc ed the services. Don't miss Emerson VanHorn i their new act tonight. Come" ar laugh. 71 James Sisson who was chargei with selling S250 worth of oats, th property of Jansc ifcDonncll wa committed for trial this morning Sisson has previously served tw sentences for obtaining money under false pretence. Don't miss Emerson VanHorn in their new act tonight. Come and faugh. 7, 3 LEADS BY 273 The polls north of Gleichen, with be exception, of -Dorothy, are still to be heard from., as well as a few other parts of the riding. Mr Magfath's majority is now 273. Lethbridge- Mgrth. Sim. ,M. 84. Fire Hall 90 85. Labor Hall A 86 85. Later Hall B'82 86. Oliver's Hall 92 87. Cen.: School 139 S YOUNO MCNf CtUt or for Y.M.C. mti the winUr (iirtctor, T. -A. that will to wAAtinc to take advantage ol will he for mm from on Tufcaday" mod Friday, -for men who cannot get off for an hour in the artemooa from 6 to 9.40 on Monday and Thursday. "The younf men's will meet on and Friday evettiuff from 8 to 9.30 and boys' class will on Wed- txoday from' 7 to 8. bail and wrvvtlittf will take place Irom 9 Co 10 on1 WcdAeaday and junior basket, ball from 7 to on Saturday. By thin programme all classes are served at most conven- ient periods. The first opens on Monday" and in .the meantime those to join v can apply' to Mr. Maxwell or any of the .comnnt.tce in- cluding W. H. Mcljelliunl, R. R. Da- vidson. R. L. Copo, Dr. Geo. Bannermau, K. S. Jackson and O. D; Austin., The Mock 'Furl iament will be re- sumed, on Thursday evening. reading, and writing room will be afternoon ami evening. THE FOOT TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the FEET NELSON GOW SIGN Of GOOD TIMES Johnstown, Ta., Oct. car the Cambria Steel Co., which have been Idle eiuci last spring, it will work to- morrow with A full complement of 500 men. Orders from the Harrimaa lines, it is reported, are sufficient to "employ the plant until the first of ihi year at least. APPOINTED TO SUPERIOR BENCH Ottawa, Oct.. Bishop, of the legal firm of Bishop Smith, has been notified of his appointment by the Ontario Government as local mas- ter of the' superior court to succeed W. L. Scott. -Another largt? an.r5 appreciative au- dience witnessed Tom Marks and his compuny at Olivet's Hall last night In their presentation of "The-Hypo- crite" a four act drama. Tom Marks AS Xcah, Chris Young as the shad- K A. Perry oa Lucifer were exceptionally good. Miss Nellie Bowie as Flossie and JIae as Millie, Vkhilo Miss Hnyrten, the daring adventurers, Kuto Burke; all demon'- that they were masters of the' "Histrionic 'Tonight Teta Marks will be seen m the star part of "That Insh JJonxdcr." New spe- cialties between tho acts as usual. Scats rcservud in advance at Higin- botham's Drug Store, The Floor Polisher "at the Eureka. 87 53 60 74 S5 3, 33 32 18 54 88. Westminster School Staffordville; 90. Peacocks 62 63 154 38 13 29 13 16 14 13 20 10 27 23 33 is m 15 10 7-8 J21 -8 31 71 7 32 Have yon tried our Olin Oil and 3 cakes for lOc Once tried always tried I- J. Johnston Presrriptjoa Drug-gist -QUALITY QUARTERS- A GOOD BUY Lots 40 and 47 in Block F Each Third dovm and balance in 3 and 6 months L. Ripley Telephone 294 .Totals ..733 61'4 Majority for Miprath Aetna VI Albion' Ridge Barnes Mine Bassano Beazer- Bishpp Bowell Bow Island Bowville Boundary' Creek Brooks Bull's Head Bull. Springs Burdeite Caldwell Cardstdn Coaldale Coleridge Coutts Crowfoot Diamond City Dorothy Eagb Butte Elkwater Eelman's .Lake' .Finn's Lake Gleichen Graburn Grassy Lake Gros Ventre Iron Springn Irvine Josephburg Keho Kimball Leavitt Little Plume ifagrath Medicine Hat Milk River Miller's Mountain View Murray's Xeidig Neilson's Nowburg Xcwlands O'Connor's P. K. Ranch Plainfield Provo Purple Springs Queenstown Raley Raymond Reed Hill Robinson's Ranch Rutherford's Seven Persons Spring Coul-e Stirling St. Mary's Taber, A Taber B. Taylorville Walsh Warner Whites Wool ford Woolchestor Woodpecker Writing on 155 ..119 15 :5. 7 23 r 9 6 106 11 109 14' 25 32 14 19 36 36 14 4 3 -1 ;9 11 4 5 J8 15 -8 5 5 19 24 114 46 566 362 1] 3 16 9 18 7 73 3 2 57 7 113 81 14 23 4 13 0 7 6 16 16 10 4 63 204 34 J5 8 13 3 134 9 59 11 57 50 4 13 11 4 25 61 53 31 10 10 14 Stone 5 Total Timely Specials in Furs -F'- The cold weather is here and is -Here to stay. This is iuf coat- weftilier; and we have made provision for the woinan who has to purchase her ,furs until the last moment. Perhaps" you think you do not require a fur or fur-lined v that they are too expensive. A fur lined coat may not be an nljsohite but we are very sure.that if once wear oiie and enjoy the .comforts experienced by the-wearer of furs that you will never be without one this biting weather. The expense is not more than-a cloth .coat in the long run as a good fur lined'coat will outlast- two or three "cloth coats. These prices are especially for the woman who has delayed. We urge you to make the purchase at once as the supply is getting., low'. This ia a splendid, coat, lined throughout including'the sleeves, with good quality The col- Ur ia "prettiijrjshaped and-is of Alas- kan Sable. The seams are all well sewn and this .coat is made for wear and service, jmd comes in colors green and black. _ This cost is of better quality, be- ing River Mink and has River Mick Collar. The is better material than the coat and comes in colors green "and navy. A deservedly popular "seller' and we have only a few left. A seven-eighth coat lined "through- out, .of selected muskrat skins that are well matched. The colter is of the latest shape in Persian" Lamb. The shell is in black only and is trimmed silk braid and finished with barrel buttons and frogs; A beautiful box seven-eighth length, lined1 three quarter with the :best selected muskrat skins, and has beautiful high grade mink collar. The shell is of special guality and" is trimmed silk braid and barrel buttons and 705 Majority for Ladies' Underwear for Wintry Weather Such a vast quantity of underwear has left our store that it hardly seems possible that many women have neglected to make their -winter purchases. Underwear is one o! the things that should be carefully selected. No matter how perfect the fit it is of little use if it keeps one's'nerves on edge by that irritating itching. -You will find the underwear we handle to be free to a great extent from thjs feature, and we have such a variety "of styles and sizes that you. can get a perfect fit. A Special at 90c We must confess frankly t'nat we do not recommend this underwear very highly. It is serviceable and well made, but it consists moatly of cotton. It is excellent value for the money. Penmans Pen Angle Underwear This famous brand ia our most pop- ular seller. "The material is high grade and very soft and delicate and it ia fashioned to conform almost perfectly with the human figure. TurnbuD's Ail-Wool Combination Suits Whether you are slender and wil- round or -a good big can get your parti- cular figure in Turnbull's Combina- tion suits. tfrices ff AU-Wool Underwear .We specially recommend TarnbuH's "Geotce" braid, 'pure wool, unshrink- able. A special feature of this under- wear is that it vrashca welt. The texture is even and smooth and ia comfortable next the skin. to Hudson's Bay Stores ;