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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TKc Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY b The chill of Fall 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. WE SELL FOR CASH RXDPATH STREET How Popular longi to Thtir End at the it. FOR SUNDAY Paper per quire or box. Writing Tablets from I0e np. Books at all prices. All the latest Magazines. HI STHE Phono 2SI for Underwood TypowriUrs.- Some fine pictures tonight at the Eureka. PURE: DRUGS Is the motto at our store. That is why y oar physician has confidence in our pre- scriptions. Yonr health and future welfare too important to be trifled with. Send your prescrip- tions to To insure your crop of Eggs during the winter months begin at once and feed the hens Dr.Hess Poultry Panacea packages, also in pails at J.D.IwiWkii8b.LU. Family and PitpMitiag Telephone Rtiifciit Nicht Ovk CITY AND DISTRICT Prescription Specialists I, I, Hgr. LfTlUIKf A large program of amateurs tonight at the Eureka. DR. O. J. COURT1CE Dentist Graduate of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms I and 2, Macdonald Block L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Lelhbridge- Bank. The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CA2T GIVE YOU BOTH LvF. Bonnell went to.Gardston this morning. F. S. Leffingvell, of Warner, is in town- Ladies' and children's matinee at the Lyceum Saturday at 2.30. Geo. Angus has a party of land seekers at Warner today. The Taylor Hilling Co.'s elevators at Stirling and Taber are now in operation. Mrs. J. McClure returned last night from a five-month visit with Mends in California. Citizens' Band at the Lyceum to- night, James Addison returned, this morn- ing from a trip, to Winnipeg. 'The new hearse will arrive next week. David King has taken out permits for two brick residences on Bartlett St. valued at each. _ Something new in the amateur line1 tonight at the Eureka. V. S. Shepherd, manager for the Standard Land'Co., is-looking after the sub-agencies in the Pass this weei? At the last meeting of the Epworth League of Wesley Church Linton Lundy vras elected president. Extra special tonight and tomorrow night at the Bijou. A fellow under the influence of liquor created a disturbance in a home in the North Ward last night. When the police arrived on the scene he had decamped. Citizens' Band at the Lyceum to- night. Do not forget to visit the Little j Sisters at Store on Sat- urday from till 6 o'clock. j The Two Brothers at the Lyceum. R. V. Gibbons left for Ontario last night in response to a message telling of thf serious illness of his father. Thos. Simons is looking after his of- fice until he returns. Story of an bring to the in attendance. Teiporaiiprters THE WEATHER cloudy ............I..... 24 ladies'Goats ft Skirts TOO MANY CLOTH COATS We would rather have cmsh. For next tea dayt we offer in that will clear stock out quickly Cloth Coats 10 only fine Beaver Cloth Coats, newest designs and velvet and braid trimmings, length 50 inches, in black, navy anl green. The value is, good. Cut price___ A f, Coats for; 10 only Bearer and Vicuna loose or semi fitting back, Gibson full 50, in. length braid or velvet body lifted. Cut price Coats Kporily Cloth levers, Tweeds- goba weighty-coats iu brown, navy, black and dark grey, regular length, body lined, tome trimmed; some plain, a splendid serviceable garment Cut price .V. Tweed Skirti About 20 Twoed Skirts, medium and dark "mixtures, good styles, som3 liave button" trimmings, sizes 24, "25 and 26, waist measure, makes siirt. Cut Cloth Skirts _. 15 beautifully tailored Amazon, Broadcloth arid ama Skirts in shades of-brown, blue, 'green and black, all sizes. Cut price Girls'doth Coats We are showing some for girls, ages 6, 8, lO, 12 and 14 in green and navy, comingly trimmed and at .very attrac- THE FOOT TOGGERY carrying complete stock of TRUNKS and Values Call and ioapeet then. NELSON GOW SEYORD GOT A AtEARRAOS ttve prices. From from Front at tiie time but aJtcr wards that it was Graham, She dm not soo his face as he ran through the yard. She and" Rudlak had been friends but had quarrelled. Rudiak had told her that Graham was, his brother. He had her any harm. There was.- a light m front of thV Windsor Hotel but, wit- ness could not describe any pf the persons them." There was no lyjfel in the back _ yard except what -came through live door. Counsel tried' to witness' identification 'of'Gra- ham, Dr. Galbraith testified called on the evening of "July] 17 to attend to .Mary" ed the V'ouad at 'the of the neck, owl a at of the rigM? "arm. The' wound, proved to not-be dangcrtfqs but-mtfht easily have dangerous, might have easily .have proved'fatal. .Miss_3Iartha Olsoit corroborated' the 'Chief Giitespie told'of arresting- Graham at three o'clock" in' the after- noon, of the "When" arrest- ed a "-large "cYasp on Els' person! 'cnse put the'chief through a lengthy cross-examination regarding his talks with Mary Ferens-'regarflmg Hudiak and Graham.- She'identified Rudiak as the man who whistled but said "he'was not: the man who u Court adjourned." lot. To iluMtt outside tho city of JXhbrkltfe we would sny that we cordially invite you, and at ft is most difficult to iwcure any hotel ac- commodation untaw -in 'ad- vance, we woujd auggyt'to you that you' notify me to .the number of you will send and you sumo I would ac- commodation for you, your local to boar the expense. Fjll up the enclQK'd certificate, sending me the duplicate your ear- liest, Yours fraternally, This was all the your com- mittee was empowered to do and we .lay these proposals before''you, .hop- ing same will, bo acceptable and! that you will be able to diachalflge Hie committee. ,IX II. QUIGLEV, Chairman. W. Tuck well __ Calgary, Lethbridge, clear ..v., 45 Medicine Hat, cloudy......... 28 THE CASH STORE Regina, Winnipeg, cloudy 28 Bulletin From Central Office Vf'ith the exception of a few snow falls :or" flurries. In. the vest, the wea- ther iu the ..prairie provinces has been generally fine, in all parts cold. ,1-ivinds, cold with snow falls; Emerson and Vanhorn in one con- tinuous round of pleasure at the Ly- ceum tonight. CITY AND DISTRICT E. JI. Maunsell, rancher of ilaclcod was in.the city last night. Dr. H. B. Stacpople. of Cardston, was among the a'rriyals from the south, last night. TV. J. Bell and wife, and A. M. Rice and wife-of Optic were in the jj. yesterday. Public ball tonight at the Bijou. CITY A NO; DISTRICT l Country Life at the Lyceum tonight. v "Rev. A. 3L Gordon of ondVRov. Hr. of. Cardston were in. llagrath this week arranging for the establishment of tt Presbyter- ian Church. The weekly dances "commence to- night at the 'Bijou. The ifagrath Pioneer j Wm. Gunn left ,last night for Win- nipeg: Dainty -Doris gives to the public something new tonight. Come early LABOR MEET ON NOV. 9 Tom Marks Co. TONIGHT ,v- _iN- In Rortii Carrtlna lUtmec 5aturtUy at 130 BUStERBROWN Night Price Matinee lOc and 20e j. IConUruedtromt Front Page.) major portion thereof; .one delegate to Be 'allowed to' represent tlie xwhole of hfs Bunion's, provided only one delegate js and shall have full power the full dum- ber of votes "his union js entitled-to. As this is a matter of urgency-kind- ly lay this matter .before" j-our snem- berc at if you have to call a special meeting, and let mo know if you intend to be represented or Dainty Dorit the Lyceum. -tkift dancing at 714 r to "come tomorrow and see the beef %onj.exhibition in our mark >t. Store lit up after 9 o'clock tonight. Co, Ltd. was over wagered-here orT-the election. One man bet on Sim- Infer Co, IU, at 9.30 sharp. W. "flerlwirt of Rocky Coulee was in the city last night on his way to Toronto to attend Victoria Univer- sity. The Turpin Furniture Co. have ra- ceived direct from the Orient a ship- ment o( seagrass chairs, rockers and a most attractive lot of screens. Country Life drama at the Lyceum tonight. The ever thoughtful Kobert Sage called at the Herald office this morn- ing and left, in the sanctum three of the Lethbridgc souvenir pads. They are of the finest quality and the illus trations are not old ones but are of Lethbridge up to date. Dainty Doris in skirt dancing at the Lyceum, Phones 23 and 123 Mi. Yiri fcrtk if Track Oict Have yon tried 6ur ffiiie II art Ciamber 3 cakes for lOc Once tried always tried J. J. Johnston Prarriptvta Drug-gist -QUALITY QUARTEW- Bargains In North Ward Lots close to School from to balance in monthly payments of L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 JbdtuUBkk mons. However, he says he can well afford to lose. Torn Marks presented That-Irish Boarder lost night to a packed house, The company growsvin .popularity, at every performance and 'Mr. Marks will be always greeted by a hearty- wel- come to when he brings this class of entertainment along that he has given week. Tonight in Xorth Carolina. 'iTatince tomorrow. Buster Brown. Remember Ladies' matinee Satur day afternoon at the Bijou, 3.30. The city market will be open agoin tomorrow morning and we are in- formed by Wnddington the class of entertainment along that that there be a- good supply o butter and eggs on hand. Last week the supply was very small but the citizens will not be disappointed to- morrow. The Bijou has the largtst picture program of any house in the city. v I j WORKING MEN THIS IS THE TIME YOU OUTER GARMENTS. HOW ABOUT HEAVY WORKING SHIRTS? YOU 'WILL FIND OUR LINE OF A H.B.K WORKING SHIRTS complete. This Shirt is positively the only hand-tewed shirt on the market today, made large and roomy, but- tonshand-sewed, and the materials are -the Tery bett that money can buy. Majority Now 331 The additional returns received from ift Medicine Hat district today in- citfaee Mr. M-agrath's majority by 58, makinp the total .majority to date g.ire Mr. Magrath three majority, Grocntree two, Carbon 37, RaVdonville 12 and Gordons 4. Hand Hills, Hyde's ranch, Bear Greek, Pen d'Orville and are still (o bo hoard from Complete night. change at the Bijou to- The H.B.K. Husky Shirt Made of heavy "noial" cloth, double stitched through- out with six cord thread, anrl' sold by m "with an abso- lute guarantee that if yon wear a pair of Husky Shirts out in twelve months we will replace them free of charge Men's Heavy Cotton Shirts, H.B.K; make, in grey stripes. Price.........-..-....................75c Men't Heavy Dnck Shirts, strongly made. Price.. Men's Blue and Black Serge Shirts, H.B.K. make. to Men's Heavy Bine Flannel to Men's Grey Military Flannel to Men's Heavy Shirts........... 25 to Men's Heavy English Flannel Shirts... tc BIG STOCK of OVERALLS and HEAVY UNDERWEAR always WANTED Furnished room with board, in cen- tral location, by young gentleman, i State terms. Apply Box T., "Herald Office. 272-2 I McKELVIE I NcGUIRE l SELL EVERYTHING MEN WEAR PHONE 154 ;