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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO THAINt Hotel Windsor I1.2S Oiy Hotel In AIMrt. -fr Hf. -f -I- Herald WHEM IN The Dallas Hotel I. ilw Convii lint Placi to Your Supply of Winter Apples should lie sociuvd in order I'oi: you lo ji-ci l.ho sl.ock at the sontihlc prices. This year we iiurch iiinsl rciisontic prces. This year we iiurchtiscd I lit- best- vnri- elics niid a much heilcr of slock than any previous souson, and ough ihe prices are noi as low as for so MEANS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS shmv vnn sonic nf our aimles nnil convince von that OUR PRICE FOR THE BEST STOCK. PER SO LB. CASE IS WE ALSO HAVE CHEAPER GRADES RANGING FROM. PER slock thai you can buy, be ninch ji'i'ealer: we sny Ig correct. CASE TO i N'ou- is Un> tiinp u> your home fi'oin u 1 i. o-.-'! of tin- v.illtoi: months. I'cr lllli i in-! in cilod comiitloli. "tiie frofts :inil llii 1 1 1 1 Lcr tiiiil opan up ilio.syslu aiiii esviilmilly v-( c i i_ ill'! Tli'cu thi'iVil lit-' need for r o laict iliun 10 r.'MU'.i1 or rebuild liitrr the n i t Mill SH 13 cnickins, utl t Wo r. lead, mire the most ground lr S. W. P. ii the 'a t0 Come in ju1; :t color will look best on your home. on. j in ml -JjWivln-V.'llllasuB 1'rcpsred S. W. 'lira I in.vl.- of ilio urilrvi-.ils: pill-.- ivhltn in ir- llnsm] oil and dri'irs. S. I1, '.vpri'sents Mlt tun (iimiilnalion of these ln'srellitiits, mixed am! marhfiiory. Tile formula is on every can. ihe IIMI to covers thd grw'.rat .surface -and wears PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dtpl. 1271. Ice Crenm Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT ANO CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE fi RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271, Ice Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER caril :uul let us what colors Estimates furnished Free for Plumbfca, Steam and Hot Water Henting, Tinning and Furnace Work. Hick-Selil Hardware Co. P. O. Box j jv-dii-iiif -I- liriinilmi. S3 j WiiinipCK. fair 31 11 luir IS Kauilootis, lair ll2 Nelson 2S Sonic light scattered snow [alls j have occurred and the weather over the prairie has been cold. I FOHECASTS All West Fair ami very cold today and on Wednes- day. "The Life Everlasting" The new Marie extra J'oi1 postage. All the NEW BOOKS ;it ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK rmsT opon WEST o? UNION BANK: PHONE nw. AGENTS FOR EMolKE AND UNDERWOOD TVPEWRI1ERS CITY AND DISTRICT Dinner Sets Just; Opened: i A liirgc sjliipmeiit of" (Jiu latest, styles on the market. All prices from i to. CITY AND DISTRICT The Value of Pure Drugs .Experience in .Coinpoiimlinj: The vnlne of .Alodiclnc lies between tbe piinty and 'rr of the drugs and the method and manner o' their compounding. The drugs AVC offer are strictly-of the highest class. Our erperienee and equlnmcot assure that all medicines will bounueu rigni. Briny Jill your prescriptions bere to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. DESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. FKONE-77Z-- This is Hallowe'en. Frank W. Webster, oi Contts, is in j he city on business for ;i days. 10. Cooper, oi the Coaldalc howl i staff, 1ms taken n iiositicn at Wiimi- I C. L. Upton, oi Winnifred, is a I business visitor iu tile city. I Cragg. accompanied iiy .Mrs, left yesterday tor Ontario, i when: Mrs. Cragg will remain [or j some months. I Tlie regular meeting of the .Hoard School Trustees will lie held ...on "Wednesday- evening the 1st ol Nov. ri 191.1, -at S o'clock-. j Win. Bennett, has been located "'at Hassano tor soir.e time, has rctui'u- the city and taken a position 11 at tlie Ooaldalc Hotel. Mrs. Jennie Barclay, of Lctllbridge, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WTO. Baxter, in Ma- Pioneer. .Hugh Honnan left on Riiday last on a trip to Great Britain, lie will join Mrs. Donnan and who have been there foe. some monIlls. The, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRK HAM BROS oi Cbalclale, died in I tiiis city Sunday evening. The funeral will lie held from Felterly's new Un- RARE PERFUMES There is nothing quite so disgusting as a cheap perfume. It is ,equally true that (.here is nothing more pleasing than a perfume of ''rare and dainty odor. Von can rest assured that in our Perfnmt; Department you will find perrmnes ot dainty 'and 'delicatu perfumes whose suggests rcl'inemenU; C ALL OUK ODORS ARE CHOICE AND 'SELECT. JACKSON GOPE PRESCRIPTION Siiccesiors to JOHNSTON JACKSON. ins: Parlors loiiidrrow afternoon at 2.30. The liody will be shipped to Mmilhviilc, Out. t.'has. Clark, of- the Migh Kivct Times, recently paid a visit to Letli-j 'hrida' and this is what he said abu'.it it I.L-llibridgc, that bustling cily j ot Ihe south, was the next stopping j place. The citizens were pro pa ring' jjfor ;i rcceiHion of 'the Jlbonsteis, on Monday, who had at- s tended I lie Ury Farming Congress, at Colorado and whsn J.D.HIGINBOTHANUCO. LIMfttD Family DilpMlng Chemiiti HliLP callin atten- TTiinnony Boston Kose This Is well our _ custqmprs. it. buy a' f It of clear, .'.delicately, 'per- -fiiiiieVl -Sold at j; D, Co., Ltd. i Ilie spronl tram plilicd in the (leincnslration ever altnrncil any ESS LOCALS party The (HEKLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1231 EXCELLENT LAGER AND ,PORTER population turned out to cheer Sj gleet tiic party w'nu lirougTit i I with thera the rirnnrt Challenge Cup, j I for Ihe largest, delegation from any jjstatc, sweepstakes, and nearly ''tiitv first gold medals. The citi- of Lothbridgc, arc a progressive I people and llit-y are.-not backward in extolling the splendid virtues nt their city, as a result o! which' fliey will compel i.ethljridirc lo become a city df Rtiiil in.vnriimce at some distant ilali-. The milerence between tiic Calgary and i.clhbridge V M.C.A. buys was a treat, .'.nrccss. To these two assocl- ialiop.s Belongs tl.e iionor.of being the I lirst 10 conduct such for I 'novs among the assooiations ,of the West It is significant of ;i imrpose- Tlir is the title of that whole I beautiful picture n I -I he-Eureka to- alui' niglit.. Don't miss seeing it. back! prom-jr delivery' on the twelve-inch dry firewood. Heck- er Vales. Phone 1381. See the ''Hop Pickers and.'How'.'it is at the.-Eureka tonifiht'. structivc for ch'il'dren: Call CliC. the LetbbriUge Service for quick'imjuage dirliverr Offiw K' .Rounii 'St. .JIIM' "In ilif Days o! cannot adurd to miss al the Kurelia. Tonight, cnly. CITY AND DISTRICT AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS Tlie tax window at tho city hall lul endeaior part of i'he younj- presented a lively appearance all day, er generation nf tbis west to emiip Icslr.i heip being necessary lo handle Iheii.selves for -i better inanhiiml i.p.d tin: business. In order to accommo- ctfii-.elisliiii. The papers read at the dale tbo !ale ones the office wijl be conference ololii: assoelatiuli aoliviiy kci'l open until Id'o'clock this cvcn- and for the betterment of the boy ing. hootl of out cities, were full of prae-, local hotel was the scene of P. P. Persons, of Valley City, N. Dak., is in town looking attcr some of his interests in this district. J. A. atulibs, John Mcyland and P. CJoving, all of Claresliolm, spent Thanksgiking in Letlihridgc on a combined business and pleasure trip. H. Go0de has completed his con- tract, for constructing cement walks at Magrath and had moved his plant hack .to Lcthbridgc. A special meeting of Lethbridge Lodge N'o. 2 I.O.O.F., will be held this'evening for the purpose of bal- loting on new candidates. i Fuller and C. E. Whitten, j of Sioux City, Iowa, arrived in town I last'evening ami willi. remain for a few-days1 looking over the territory with a view of locating here in the spring. ii: K.Mill, of the 0. W. Kcrr Co returned ''yesterday from a trip to Batons, Champion, Noble and other points. Mr. Hill reports that around Barons about' 7fi 'per cent, ot the j grain remains lo he threshed. t. S. Ketterly and staff are busy moving into the late residence of A. Southard oli.litn SI., S. Two o! the j rooms are being converted into a chapel. Mr. Fetlerly intends to make it-one of (lie finest tindertiiking lors in the west. I The funeral oi Andrew Hanson was lielti. on Monday tnp'rning from R. Ad'dison's parlor. A brother .arrived' torn Butte, Mont., to attend the fun- ;ral. The service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Grant, of the Lutheran church. case of Peter Engleson vs. A. R.i.Marcliessault occupied the atten- tion, Beck at the morning silting of the Supreme Court. This was an action .for damages for breach of contract with regard lo the plow- jing .of 1S-1 acres .near Tatier. Defend- ant failed" lo appear, .judgment for costs was awarded the rila'intirr. The court adjourned until 2 tomorrow. ,-The death occurred on Saturday night at C 'p.m. Mr. Wray was born in Menth County, Ireland, 67 years ago, and came to Canada when about years old. and was a very success-i fill farmer at Klora, Out. He. to I.ethliriilge i.wo years ago on ac-j count of his health, and lived here j ever since, and up, until a few days, ago had enjoyed good health, but tliCj e'nd came suddenly owing to heart' failure. He. was a member or the Orange Lodge, and also a member of j l'ho' Veterans. Uo.tli Orders will tend the funeral in ;i body. Tbc fun-, eral .will lie held from his late tcsi-1 deuce, on Barlletl St., Duff addition, j oil Wednesday' at 1', sharp. All' fiicnds are requested to attend. Mr. leaves a widow lo mourn his death. 111.. Wray of Raymond, is 'a nephew. .Air. Wray was a Methodist" in religion and u strung Conservative in politics. Interest in the special services alj; Westminster church, conducted !iy fiev. A. K, is growing. A congregation heard Sun- day morning's address on "The Su- li'renw Claims of and the church was packed on .Sunday even- ing when the subject .was "Human Destiny." This address was an ex- "SUCCESS" FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Made of extra lieavy Lake Superior cold rolled copper, tho strougefit.FIre Extinguisher made, tested SSO iioumh per square Inch. CJISL Brnsn bottle holder. Hose cannot be tern off; tho only way It can he moved Is with ft wrench. time wasted, simply .'turn bottom up niul it works instantly Op he stopped HI any moment, full charge need not he used; con- EequfinUy there iu no wnste or needlevis dcstniction of jiroptTty. ia not broken, ctin he nsetrdycr and over agnin Cmi hy any one In a tew minutes for cost of 25c, Carried In stock by Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. O. 270 Si4 SIXTH 3T, S. position of the relation between fore- ordination and man as a free-will ag- ent, showing that God knows every- thing. If an .event, is fixed and set- tled He knows it. as fixed and set- tled. If an event is contingent on an act of human will God knows that event contingent, on human will. .Man "orders things to come upon him- permits.. Prayer heredity and: law were shown to be an im- portant factor in determining human fish motive of service was the kejr-iing ,thc windows. :It three j destiny. The sermon was a clear ,nd note of the The Calgary j men to handle him hcforr the police strong presentation of the fact that hoys deserving of much credit for i arrived. At the. police station llie'cicr) life lus i. purpose-man is not the manly presentation of their top-1 man ravud and tore his dollies and it lo'sed on the of fate-each de- ics. Holh associations derived much i tinics and pnung J'N'nch benefit from this it imllc is being held nl Ihe ull nmdiup loned (hi! 'hi? 11 mil} tin beginning txnir Imfon lo his saint) of -jimilir octistons ilns inic1 Smr" his unvU in Ihe Morii tical suggestions of hiiw the in-cvciting time Sunday morning, when Ihc IH-partment Of V'ic associu-j a frenchman by Vhe name of P. Hi lion can he of-service to that- insti-j Morriault, creHtcti a rough house, Union, ami to each otiier. The up the furniture and break- has irmtgll aloil most, fuuidlj 11 It bus btfn hctucdi tie issociiLlons uhfui'iind it is UioiiRht that the exrtssivc will he miiluaHy come. in yetirs nf lit ii liis ptetcnt cldcs what his own destiny shall and tJod's inlenlion is lliat "whom Mr did those ilc did prc- 'liestinaU! to he conformed to the im- Ifis sen irpaning !nd resuhs (if perfect, conli- dfiicf is presented, Mefting.n will IK .continued all this week. the Bentley Men's Fall and Winter SUITS SPECIAL MADE TO MEASURE or- der given strict attention. Made io Your Measure in Ton Make your selection from our Fall tils newest and most ex- tensive range In the city. Wo guarantee to fit you.. If we do not give satisfaction wo will refund your money. Stock Suits In great variety to suit all SI 5 S25 Overcoats, Chesterfields ami Ulsters In. grey and black 539 Wins the Stove Owner please call and give instructions where to deliver Arthur Hayr Phone W5 ASSIGNEE 510 3rd South. P. 0. Iff CUPID'S LAST WARNING Is nrten given by Ills "best girl" with a sweet tooth among her pearly others. Buy her a box ot our DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY Bon-Bons, Taffies, etc., all sure winner In the game ot love. Try .ours and Why.not win today? KOCIION BROS. A prominent business man said (he oilier day: "Gilmorc. Unit Quaker Bread is the finest broad T ever ate. You deserve suco'ess.1" Name on We are waiting for your- addreM, to at to luva you that tamplt loaf. PHONE 1027 GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NOBTH We haven't been shouting about our Stoves and Ranges, but we are pleased with our sales. We will tell you why Every range we sell sells another WESTERN TREASURE, MAJESTIC AND MALLEABLE RANGES for The McKcown Hardware Co. Ltd. AND 4TH AVE.. LCTHVHIDOI. ;