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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL and Up to ROOMS IN CONNECTION THE PLACt TO STAY Nil It UtUHty It tftt IIUU NOTU BUY Normal Shells Get them at P.O. BOX 670 62 il HE N1CM Smart Set Argosy Ainslee's Mechanics Tech. World Conner Story Teller Munsey Scrap Book Elite Bon Ton Wide World American Hampton's Ladies' Home Journal ROBERTSON'S BDDXSTDBE New Whitney Block COMFORTS for BABY If there's a "little trea- sure in yoiir home, then we know you will he keenly interested in our line of complete showing of Baby Comforts, Baby Toilet things, Fresh Poods Feeding, Nursing and Teething suppli es. "We have an assortment of these .articles which sim- ply cannot be excelled anywhere" UltiertaDrugantlBookCo, Prescription Specialists B.JM, M3P. LETHBRiilGf The Dispensing Clerks at HiginbothamY Can show between them eleven diplomas, granted by the best colleges of the, continent. These diplomas are granted to those who can show ability and experi- ence. Money will not buy them. Nothing but hard, conscientiousandthorough work can obtain for an ap- plicant a right to dispense your prescriptions accord- in to the best methods J. 0. DiginDottianiSCo.LtiJ Family and-Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Night clerk. The Store of Quality Just received a ffiil assortment of PHONE 21 First mm Grocery Store In City ANOTHER LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF FRUIT JUST RECEIVED: TOKAY GRAPES, BLACK GRAPES. PEACHES, WATERMELONS, ETC., ETC. THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Money to Loan oil Improved City Property and Farm at 8 per cent. Tsvo Houses for Bent R. V. GIBBONS THE WEATHER. j Lethbrictge, cloudy .61 t 42 .00 Macleod, raining '63 43 .00] Medicine Hat, cloudy 53 46 .00 j Winnipeg, fair 69 46 .00 Port Arthur, cloudy 64 56 .001 Forecast Fair and cool today and on day. CROWN CLEANING AND DYEING CO. FRENCH DRY CLEANERS Furs, Fur Coats and Overcoats of all kinds made to look like new, no matter how badJy soiled with dirt or greaee. G-ive us show to them, and save buying a new impairs neatly done. We clean everything, both ladies' and geut's clothing, also household goods. Yours for a J.H. Rooms I and 2 Expert CITY AND DISTRICT Leon Dunswbi-th. and Lawrence Ott, I patients at the Hospital, ore both, doing well. H. W. Riley, of Edmonton, deputy provincial treasurer was in the city! today., I You have a dandy this week, Al. I This is what the patrons said as they passed out of the Eureka n'8ht A." M.''Mituiis'- can seil A clean docket again at police j houses m the North Ward. court this This is the sec-1 should list with him. Cleaner with Experience. Whitney Block District Court sessions were held in. satisfy me and the public." Taber today, j "Furthermore, not only will my ...C. S. Morse, travelling freight ag-} report be before you in black and ent of the C. P- R., is in town to- j white, h-j.t I will also bring to Amer- ica human -witnesses 'to prove that several Owners ond -time this month. is certainly getting good. Mr. and Mrs. Van Brown of Card- ston returned "home this morming Duncan Marshall, M.P.P., for Olds, from a .visit fo Mr. W Mrs. D.'El- spent a portion of today in the He vras greatly impressed with, the j Rochon's for the bsst chocjlates. development of the city since his last Mrs_ j_ Of Cardston, and visit- Mrs. Robert- of Tabef, sister of Just a suggestion to all, prospective ,Mr j. visiting'in the builders. It will bi to your advan-1city for a vfew guests of tage ta figure with us. Pioneer her Co. i have to-the Pole. (Signed) F. A. Cook." DIED this city on the CITY AND DISTRICT A. M. Matulis leaves tonigat for a business trip to the mountains.. Mr. Thomas Tweed of Medicine Hat1 Get in Ime.y It- is easy for us to ...Frank G-. "Waddingtoa -is selling your-lumber-bills. Gve us a some suuperior household furniture. tr'al on anything iri the building line. f Pioneer Lumber Co- Rev. ;A. Gordon left, this after- noon for Calgary where he-will 'at- tend a meeting of the Home 20th inst., Jerry Moynihan, aged 31 years. -Funeral will leave Addisoifs un- dertaking parlors on Wednesday morning at 9.30. -The Canadian Or- der of Foresters will .have charge of the" funeral. All Foresters are re- quested to attend. Toronto papers please copy. The Foot Toggery For High-class Boots, Shoes and Hosiery ACRE LOT. Westminster Road price Vialf ft 1 O half cash, balance 6 and 12 months. I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 GOOD Residence Lots Onl Ashmead and bill Streets Cut- each Terms Money to Loan. Fire Insurance. The C, B. AGENCY Acadia Building. .Phone 200. -------------------------------------r----------------------------j The Daily Sketch of Manchester, j England, has a picture entitled "How holidays are spent in the far. West." The view is a photograph of the Ir- rig-atiprv convention party on a cou- ple-of flat cars a short distance out of'this city. Are You Going to Buy a Range? The ROYAL JEWEL RANGE has a large Oven ISfin. x 21-j in. Has a Thermometer in Door Has ci large Copper Reser- voir Is a large Handsome Range Has Heavy Linings A Dandy Eight days more for The McKeown Hardware Co. We ship out of town daily. W. L. Wilson has sold his poultnr -farm to W. L: Currie. the property of Mr. Hiley, Rachel St. tomorrow at 1-30. See advt.. columns ion particulars. night porter at Balmor- al Hotel. Over two hundred homestead is visiting: in the city today. preemption entries weekly dance at the Cale- donian Hall tomorrow night. Fred Rob'ins, of the Herald staff, accompanied by Mrs. Robins, is ,g the week at Nelson .and other points in the mountains. Slide. Yes. You'll have to hurry, and get'your orders in early, if you j city, want some of that four foot cord-! Committee and j Church. of the Presbyterian. at the land office yesterday and to- day. It will probably .take all day tomorrou- to clean up Monday's big- rush. The C. P. R. are building an 'ax- tension of the spur track east from the Taylor Mills, nearly half a strong forcer of men and horses are The extension will mile long and a .Lovers of music-look! Don't the ?ob now. the Eureka week. See the upside Your Canted. down musician, the best ever in the Look wood delivered at per cord. Pio- Sneer Lumber Co. Phone 407 and 73. art tak The Bremner Electric Co. have (awarded the contnfot to install the j lighting system, in the .addition to the W Society organized. Miss Laurie is appointed secretary pro tern. A meet- ing will be held in the Hall next Mondav to Your up. We have played in lightening the-burden-of the home builder. Others.have .profited, not you? Pioneer Lumber Co. BIG SALE CONTINUES ALL THIS WEEK I Hospital.. This will be a j continue the organization and proof system and is one of the interested are invited to JiUiihd est jobs ever awarded in Southern! Alberta. First warm T0oms, modern The -death occurred on Sunday of Can Prove He At Pole (Concluded'frirVvVlrst Page.) the observations will :he published and placed before :the world ,ior ex- amination. in every respect, ;n private rouse. Margaret Charlett Priddy, the infant; Cement al, the Terms I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard; moderate. faetween anrf g iPriddy. The motHer and family have p.m. to B Shepard only just arrived from Montana. The j lies'.or Gents'Clothes call at jfunerai took yeste.dav after er 'he J For a first-class job in AND -TUE- THE n rhone vt- DYE OUR BEST RECORD, Addison's ladertaldiur par lors. A_ k Gordon TK TI o j The Wall Paper just opened up at the Red Cross Drug Book Co., is phonfc244 the best ever shown in the city for qupl'ity, patterns Sample book ike to try the orj- theory examinations the latter art of January to begin at 233-5-7. and moderate prices. on counter. Our record for giving our CQS- tomers good stock, courteous j treatment and a square deal is one that we have a right to 'be "proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR patronage. We will give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that is about all anybody can do When yon want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sash, doors, or building material of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That is all we jnsi get our prices. If we cannot show you the advantage of buying here, then do not buy from us. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23. 123 and 321 POWDERS A Medicine in which 4 we excel, made only t from the purest Eng- lish mixture. 25c. a Box. i: J.'Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST The Celebrated Long Pattern Gun Damascus Or Twist Steel Barrels Every gun guaran- Government These guns are hard-hitters, re- liable, and beauti- fully finished. The best gun valves in the West to Stafford Agnew Co. It is as easy for "you as for me understand why under the im-! tlxe m.brrient, I re_ad off a .t-which, covers the- work of two -years, as said" upon several occasions these charges, accusations Toronto Conserva-! and exhibitions of disbelief aro based upon entire ignorance of the sup- plementary data which I have pos- sessed. No one who has spoken on the subject in opposition to my claim knows of the facts-with which work i oi exploration -is.-measured. All -the criticisms have been based upon ob- j I vious errors -in the reproductions of j my first despatch or upon the discus-, isions of petty side issues 'present- ed by unfair criticism. The expe- i dition was private. It was started out without the usual public bom- I bast, Mr. John S. Bradley tarnishing i the money and I destiny j of the For the time ba- ling it result's were so important that on re- turning 1 at once placed before the j House a report containing the out- i line of the work. I have not; come home to-enter into arguments with one man or with fifty, I to present a clear record of a. piece !of work over whiclx I liave af right If of town, write I to.display a certain amount o! pride. j When students study the detailed ob- serrations and the narrative in its consecutive .order I am certain, that in "due course of events, all will be I compelled to admit the truth of my statement. "I am perfectly willing abide by the final verdict of this record by competent judges. "That must be the last .word in the discussion'and that-uione 'can. DRY GOODS, MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES Exceptional Bargains in Men's want you to see the suits, get our prices, then the sale is made at a saying to the buyer of from to suit, Boots and Shoes are going well; busy times since our sale began; the closing and prices are doing the trick. If you require footwear, come quickly and get the best goods at lowest prices offered in Alberta. Ladies' Cloth and Tweed Suitings, 42in. wide, 45c. THE GASH STORED A. Macdonald Co. So Acres I mile south of Fair Grounds on Westminster Road. acre Co, to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telepho ne 122 ;