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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Htw and Up tt ROOM! IN CONNECTION lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald fHt PLACr, VIM ft it til MIU5 MOTH Cook Stoves and Ranges No, 7 Sunset No. 8 No. 9 Ranges at Special Prices for One Month The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 670; :PHONE 62 Another choice lot of Ontario Concord While last the price will be 3oc each, or 3 for A choice lot of Washington Apples on sale at per case We have some choice New Peels and Raisins, that will make you wish you had some for your Xmas cake and plum pud- ding. You should try them for complete satisfaction THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY We have everything in Men's Fine and Stylish Shoes in Barry, Regal and Hartt styles Before buying else- where see our BARRY SHOE at THE 1 S I if BRIDGE jj and FIVE HUNDRED J SCORE CARDS At Home J Invitations And Name Cards J v____________ ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE f 25' New Whitney Block ft Agtnts for Underwood Type- writer I Theatrical People WELL is the comment, of near- ly every nurse and doc- tor who patronizes our nurses' and doctors' sup- ply department. It takes more than a supply of ruober goods and sick room sundries to lay claim to carrying a stock of nurses' needs. It takes knowledge and ex- perience in selling them where we excell. HbertaBryjjantiEookCo, Prescription Specialists I. B. 8IPLET, Mgp. LETH8RIDSF Take notice that Hig- inbotham, next to< the Post Office carries a fine line of sundries such, as grease, paints, Hess's powders, puffs, rouge, rabbit's feet, etc. Our stock is large and varied. It will pay you to look it over when re- quiring anything in the drug line'. Family and Dispeniing v Chemists. Telephone 49. The Store of Quality Concord Grapes THREE BASKETS for f One Dollar PHONE 21 G. First UN ION Grocery Store in City CITY AND DISTRICT Miss Newton of Cardston, is visit- ing at Mrs. John Silver's, this week. Edward Cox was given and costs for disorderly conduct and ordered to pay damages to the Coal-dale Ho- tel for breaking a window there. R. J.'Haney of Salmon Arm, B.C., is a incidentally he owns an orchard that sends out apples that can't be beat. The other day he ex- pressed to the Editor of the Herald a box of Jonathon apples aad we can testify that they were as fine apples as we ex-er tasted. They were solid, juicy and well colored and wotld take a prize any time. Mr. Haney has i60 acres alongside a ranch owned by W. Hardy, of this city. The proper- ty is located about two miles from the station and Mr. Haney purposes disposing of the property in 10 or 20. acre lots. J Foot Toggery CITY AND DISTRICT The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Auxiliary will be held on Monday next at 4 o'clock. Im- portant business in connection with the Layman's Missionary Movement Banquet will be taken up members are urgently requested to tie present. At the, police court this morning there was an interesting case of a drunk who had forgotten his name, and his whereabouts. -His first rec- ollection was that he -went by the part of Napoleon and that he was in Quebec. However, he later discover- ed himself as Joseph LaBraque in the Lethbridge police court. He was fin- ed three dollars and costs. CITY AND DJSTRICT Mrs. A. J. Warren, London Road, entertained a number of friends on Thursday evening at her residence. A whist drive was played in which there were five tables. "Mrs. J. Boi'lion was successful in winning the ladies prize and Mf. Fafris captured the After an interval for light refreshments, the remainder of the evening was devoted to music: District Court sessions opened this morning before Judge Winter. The case of Tom .Hotson and Hugh Mac- Donald charged with holding up Miss Lewis in her house at Taber a couple of age- is before the court to- day and will not likely be concluded tonight. YOU CAN HEAT YOUR HOME MOST -CONVENIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY WITH THE BURNS COAL OR WOOD FOR SALE IT .The McKeown Hardware Co, This is the HEATING STOVE with all the Improvements We have told' you about them Come arid See Them e ship out of town daily. THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy 58 32 .00 Calgary, cloudy 62 30 .00 Weather throughout, the fkrairie provinces has been mostly fine and inlild. A hovijever has j entered Alberta bringing unsettled and coldej conditions. Forecast Northerly -winds; colder again, with light local snow falls: BUY ROGERS- CUNNINGHAM LUMBER Quality Right Prices Right Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld North Yard, Phone ?3 East Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Acad'n Block Born to the wife of F. T. Robins Friday, Oct. 29, a daughter. James Fiske and family have turned from Toronto where they were risiting for the last few months. CITY AND DISTRICT 'Mrs. Melisse of Macleod is visiting Her brother. Mr. C. Mitchell for a few days this week. The following building permits were, issued this morning, Boyd-Goode Co. a. residence on Princess Ave. to cost and Mrs. Philomene Bruchet, a residence on Ford St. ,at a cost of Mr. J. H. Delf of Saskatoon, has I taken a position with Frank Maxwell j in the Heigerson Co. Mr. Delf has bought a home in the city and make Lethbridge his home per- manently, j F. S. Filmer, physical director of [the Y. M. C. gymnasium, wishes all j yoiitg men who require new uniforms to be present a.t the cor- ner Redpath and Burdett streets to- night so that a club order may be ar- ranged. 1 Not a little credit is due to the i Ensign Co. of this city for the excel- jlent work in connection with the Leth bridge exhibit at Billings, Mont.. which carried off first prize. All the designs were executed by this com- jpany and called for many favorable 1 comments from the i Big matinee tomorrow for the wo- men and children at the Eureka 3 i p.m. It will pay you to trade with PionMr Lumber 242-2fl We are sell- ing a spec- ialty pack- age of mixed pickling spices. These axe prepared by an ex- pert pickling men and make an excellent flavoring1 mix- fc ture. J. J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST CITY AND DISTRICT Supermtefident'Maharg of the C.P. R., is in the city to- d-ay; This is Mr. Maharg's last trip over this part', of the division before going, to Calgary to resume his new duties. IJe is .accompanied by resi- dent engineer H. McLeod. The marriage of Mr. Wm. Henry Johnson "to Miss Clara Singleton i took place at Knox Presbyterian ji Church last night. Rev. Mr. Gordon officiated. The wedding-was very quiet only the contracting parties and witnesses being present. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston will move into their new home at once. Another big change in the program tonight at the Eureka; new pictures also. Something new for' Lethbridge is the first manufacturing jeweller in the city. Mr. R. A. Wright, the jeweler, has engaged Mr. George Ingham of, Toronto, Ont., to manage his manufac turing department. As soon as the plant arrives all kinds of specially ordered work will be done. At pre- sent Mr. Ingham is making up a lot of special diamond mountings and will -be pleased to show any one sam- ples of his high class work. A meeting of all the fire insuranc agents in the city be heJ-d in the offices of the G. M. Hatch Land Co., on Saturday morning at 11 o'- clock to meet and discuss with Mr. Bruce, of the legislation passed by the Dominion Government at its last session, allowing an un- licensed competition in Canada. 7ft 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 each Stafford Agnew Co. you live out of toiro. I I I I I I I 1 I At McKelvie McGuire's Men Can Dress Well U have noticed one thing about us 1 _ 3_.i we are sure. This store doesn't treat you like a bargain hunter. Our argument is not directed to your low price sense. We figure that there are enough people in Lethbridge who measure the price they pay for what they get for it to support a store that makes a point to put extra quality in the values offered. That's what really makes a bargain, and it makes everything in the store big value for the price paid FUR COATS GET READY FOR COLD WEATHER WITH. ONE OF OUR Raccoon furred and are worth more money than llie price we Fur Lined Overcoats, Prices to Men's Heavy blue and brown Beaver cloth Over- coats. Men's Heavy Cloth Overcoats, all styles. Prussian collars, etc. to OVER 300 SUITS TO CHOOSE FROM We handle nothing but the best makes in Canada: Fit-Reform; Jno. North way; Progress Brand. You will find a suit to fit you here at any price you want pav. to Sheep Lined Coats up Corduroy Sheep Lined Coats up UNDERWEAR Men's heavy ribbed wool underwear. Price ..75C Stanfield's heavy ribbed wool underwear Heavy wool fleece underwear..............50c Men's heavy wool combinations Men's natural wool underwear........... Wolsey unshrinkable, underwear ......42.00 up '.HALF black wool.....25c Men's black cashmere half hose.......25c to 50C Men's grey wool socks, FOR Men's heavy wool socks...................25C NEGLIGEE value: all sizes 75C W. G-. R. Coat Shirts, prices....... up English flannel shirts, collars attached Sole agents for the Geo. A. Slater Shoes Other Makes in Shoes Christies' Hats and to to McKelvie McGuire Only Exclusive Men's Clothiers in Lethbridge ;