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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL tnd Up U SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION The Lethbridge A. y v THE TO STAY Ilw n Little Is till lUUii HOliL BUY Normal Shells and i Have the Best Get them at The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX67 New Whitney Block 1 Helping Your Doctor. Ik time of sickness yon can best help your doctor by having his prescription compounded at our store, where your medicine is prepared precisely as your doctor wants it to be pre- pared, and from the pur- est of fresh drugs and chemicals. Your doctor requires medicine made this way to successfully fight illness. ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century- Please keep the Do- minion- statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.. 5 p.m. 10 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell FAMILY m DISPENSING CPI5T5 Also Branch in-North Ward CITY AND DISTRICT P. Koy and bride returned last night from a honeymoon trip i> Mr. Eoy's brother's in 'Montana. Mr. aad Mrs. W. A. Ott returned, terday from a boliday in the foothills Mr. Ott is a big success as an angler. Some -of the "niftiest" samples ev- er shown in Lethbridge can -be seen at Chas. E.-Brewer's tailoring par- IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs, Sept. dance at Mr. McNabb's passed ofl well. Their tvo big rooms thrown into one makes an ideal dancing room. Banc- was' kept up till three o'clock. .'There four threshing machines at Iron Springs and-all have as much work as they, can do 'to occupy them till winter comes. .That speaks well for the crops hereabouts. Mr. and Mrs. Hill started for Seat- tle Monday. They will stay about two weeks and take in the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Brady and Messrs. T: Wright, E. Coe, D- Xoble, and W. Hunt, were visitors to Lethbridge. A twelve..foot "dam 'has been put in on Mrs. Warren's ranch just below the house to confine the spring for the purpose of watering the ground above the- spring. A bunch, of horses "belonging to Mr. T. Nolan, got into a wire fence north of us. Four of them were badly cut One is dead." and another may die. This is hard .luck. So much for bad fences or dogs.- A BARGAIN Two Lots and Four-roomed House in Duff Addition. Will sell furniture, etc.. with house. Will hendlk L LI RIPltY, TELEPHONE 294 Ofcce, loom 8 MacdouU BUck llberta Drug and Book Prescription Specialists 1.1, IIFLH, Up- LEIHBRIDCt 11 For a first-class job in AND DYEING lies'or Gents' Clothes call'" at THE CITY DYE WORKS DID IT EVES OCCUR TO YOU That perhaps you are making a mis- CITY About five hundred head of cattle went through, last night en route for Montreal. -SI. JMullen of. Milk Elver is the Quality is the best-policy. "We have it." North Yd. 407, :Pioneer Lumber Co- Main Yd. Phones 73 and 432. Mr. Archie Johns of the post office staff. Medicine Hat, is his brother, W. Johns here for a couple lot, days. j The funeral of Nellie Stiner, the i little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stiner i living a short distance east of the city, was: held yesterday afternoon to j the .public cemetery. Rev., A. M. GOT 'don conducted the ceremony. j The A. R. I. Railway moved six ;carloads, of wheat over its line yes- from Raymond. The. -bis ship jnaents arc commencing' now and a iheavy traffic is expected next week. j The fire brigade had a call about a t quarter past nine this morning, j Scott's baker shop, on Hedpath St. was the scene of the blaze, an over- i heated oven setting fire to the-roof. (Thc blaze was easily extinguished be- fore very much damage ha.d been i done. We have the experience, facilities i'and material to meet the demands of the most particular. Will be glad i to -terve "you. A trial order is- soli- I cited. It will please you, ftorth {Yard Phone 407, Pioneer Lumber Co., Main Yard Phones 73 and 432. iors, on Ford St., beside the fire kail. These samples came from the very best wholesale houses on the contin- ent and include a wide range for au- tumn and winter wear. A great ma- ny the best 'dressers in the city, seeing the xinqualified excellence of these goods and being more than pleased with the price, have ordered suits, knowing that the fit is assured as !Mr. Brewer's ability as a tailor is j second to none in this country, Theil cleaning and pressing department of j this shop, is now recognized as "the leader" from every standpoint and its manager one of the city's en- ergetic-and hustling business men, We are specialists on lumber and millwork. .Perfect milling and cor- rect grading gives us lumber and millwork that meets.the demands of the most exacting. By maintaining a large and, well assarted stock we, can promise' prompt delivery. North. Yard Phone 407, Pioneer Lumber, Co., Main Yard Phones 73 and 432. ADDITIONAL SOCIETY HOTES Last J. R. Anderson had three tables at Five Hundred. and ihe large rooms which are al- i ways so artistic looked -unusually lovely with pink and white asters in tall vases Mrs. Chivers carried off the first prife, and Mrs. Vrooman, the consolation prize. r j Yesterday afternoon Mrs. E. N. Hig- i inbotham was home" in honor of Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham, whom everyi one is so glad to gee again. The j beautiful garden which is one of i the loveliest in the city was much I admired, and in the house large bowls; j of delicate sweet peas vrere where. Mrs. Neale and Mrs. Ghivers? did the honors at the tea-table, and were'assisted by Mrs. Bowman, Miss i Vrooman: and Miss Conybeare. 'Mrs. Cavanagh who is Mrs. Neale's guest was among the ,out of town visitors-. Mrs. It. P. Wallace received yester- day for the first time in her new home on the corner of Burdett and Matriculation Examinations begin Courtland Streets, and was assisted! S-ptanber 21st. Classes open- Sep- j by 'Mrs. W. C. Ives. In the tea 23th- i where the table was fragrant .-with i offered leading to the B. sweet peas. Mrs. McClure and Mrs.jA. ond B. Sc. jRaley dispensed the dainties. will be given in 1909 in I Mr. and Mrs. G; W. Eobinson and lK 2ndj 3rd years in Artg and i Master, Jim left yesterday for a short m, Science. trip to the Coast. i j Calendars on application. For particulars write the President! ..University. .i The Club Cafe SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 52 AT FIV5E O'CLOCK Dinner flDenu.. Queen Olives. Black Walnuts. Soup Chicken Gumbo. Fish Cutlets of Halibut Foxtare Sauce. Salad Celery. Onions. Cucumbers. Sliced Tomatoes. Lobster Salad. "Entrees Fricasse of Chicken, Petit Pois. Boiled Ox Tongue; Horse Radish. Chicken Giblets "Saute on Toast Breaded Pork Chops, Tomato Sauce. Calves'Brains; "Scrambled Eggs. Roasts Leg of Pork" and Apple- Sauce. Hoasfc Spring Pan- Gravy. Fillet of Veal .and Dressing. of Beef, Au Jus. Leg of Mutton and Jelly. Vegetables Mashed and Steamed Potatoes. Green Peas and Stewed Tomatoes. .Corn on cob. Dessert Apple, Lemon and Boston Cream Pie. Cup Baked Apple Dumpling. English Plum Pudding, Brandy Sauc- Beverages Coffee. 'Milk. Coe a. Orchestra in attendance. The University oi Alberta STRAJHCONA, ALBERTA Threshermen It's Hard Luck When your engine breaks down and you cannot get" repairs Don't Fret r G-oto- The McKeown Hardware Co. They have them, We ship out of town daily. take-by net getting our prices before -buying lumber, sash, doors, lime, ce-1 ment, plaster etc., somewhere else? _ You are old enough to iinow there's mighty lot of difference in the qual- ity of every one of these articles, just the same as there is in tea and cof- fee. 'And that there's always more or difference in the prices, too. Then, you can always get the most and test here, at the lowest prices, why aren't you making a mis- take by not buying here. From we sit, it looks like you were 'patting up a good thing. 4 i Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23, 123 and 321 Remedy for Rheumatism- Electropodes They are wom in the shoes. After 25 days' trial they are returnable and money refunded if piirchaser is rot satisfied J- J- Johnston I Chemist and Druggist Great Guns! The Le-Fever v L. C. Smith A. H. Fox Parker Winchester Remington Ithaca Stevens and the celebrated L.G.P. Hammer Guns all guaranteed Government test We have them all in stock Stafford Agnew Co. you live out of town, write us." l- Tiio Alberts Aestaorant Under new management First-class cook. Every- 4 thing clean 4 4 Meals 25c MAR TOM, 'Prop. We are still serving the usual GOOD MEAL at the CUE RESTIURiNT Business Lots Westminster Road South of Duke'.Street each Money to Loan. Fire Insurance. L GRAND FINAL WIND-UP OF NELSON AND GOW'S BOOT AND SHOE STOCK SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 closes the Greatest Price Cutting Shoe Sale in the history of Lethbridge. The John A Mfccdonald Sales Co. Close their Contract oft Saturday, so b HURRY! Aerie Lot on London Koad. A snap at 4. For particulars see ALBERT E, IVES, BLOCK 4 Cottages in North Ward, all rented, 4 Cottages in North Ward, all rented, 1 .Cottage, London Road, rented, down, balance to suit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 I s INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. WITHIN SIG-HT OF THE CITY N. w. x Sec. 25, Tp. s, Rge. an acre, easy To Ranch, suitable for dairy The H. Macbeth Agency A Fine Quarter of Irrigated Land, close to Leth bridge, per acre. Very easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 14i ROUND AND REDPATH DON'T DELAY Order your Suit or Overcoat Now Prices from" to Made to Measure only '500 patterns to cho.ose from E. W. Kingston Begin Block Jocr to the Bentley Co; Phone 411 Bos 1845 Southern Alberta Loan Investment Co. GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. r Thompson Block. Calgary Bryan Block, Lethbridge All Property Listed at Both Offices Best Building Lots on Crabb St. London Rd. each Two Lots in Ki-verview. the pair Several good buys in Acreage Property Loans Offices To Rent in Bryan Block Insurance Real Estate Lots one block east of new Stand'Pipe, 1-3 cash, balance six and twelve months. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block !f PHONE 290 t TV. L- Wilson, auctioneer, will leave tomorrow for Cranbrook, B. C-, ac- companied by his clerk, Mr. C. 3. Francis. Mr. Wilson has been en- gaged to sell about worth of fruit lands in 5-acre tracts. -Wtiile in Cranbrodk Jie will also sell the handsome furniture of D- M. Dulmage vice president of-the Cranbrook exhi- bition. Mr. Martin will be in thafge- of Mr. .Wilson's Furniture and .auc- tion rooms.until his :return. Laird, rreneral Manager of the- Canadian "Bank of Commerce, is ia the city. An interview with the fin- ancier wiH be published on Monday. The C, B, mm AGENCY Acadia Building. 200, a finc selection 6 Holes, Steel Ranges, and High Closets Square Extended 2 Hole Homesteader's Square Cook Stove HAYR BROS. PJione 75 P. 0. Box 27 SNAP: ACRE LOTS, WESTMINSTER ROAD NORTH; EACH; TERMS. The Bridge- Co Sue cessor s to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telephone 122 ;