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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL and Up U Dttt. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION, >THE PLACt TO STAY in lithbridge is'the flULAS Him I; HEATERS Now that the weather has turned cooler, you should think of buy- ing your Heater. We have a good variety of Oaks aSid Hot Blasts, so catt early and have first choice The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX PHONE 62 t NEW BOOKS Goose Girl The Planter White Prophet White Mice Cheechaka New Episcopal Hymnals .All Prices. See Our Window of 35c. Looks. BOOKSTORE 4 Phoni 251 New Whitney Block RARE DRUGS One reason why we have so many prescriptions to fill is that we take special pains to have a complete stock of the rarest and most uncommon drags, as well as the drags called for daily. Better brimr your pre- scriptions and house re- cipes here filling and be sure of getting what is called for. llberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. B. IIPLEf, Mgr. LETHIRIOBE The Store of Quality Just received a full assortment of Toilet Sets PHONE 21 G. Bum co. First IIHIOH GPQCBPJ Store In City ANOTHER LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF FRUIT JUST RECEIVED: TOKAY GRAPES, BLACK GRAPES, PEACHES. PEARS, CANTALOUPES, WATERMELONS, ETC., ETC. PHONE 98 THE GO OD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WE LEAD and Never Follow in the SHOE and HOSIERY LINES See our New Fall and Winter Goods in Barry, Queen Quality and Hagar. The Foot Toggery Pharmacy Boards Have granted to rfce dis- pensing clerks at Higin- bothauvs their first-class and highest proficiency certificates. This means that prescription will receive no bet- ter attention anywhere than at J. 0. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 4D. Night clerk. THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, lair 37 35 Medicine Hat, clear 35 32 Calgary, rain 52 34 Forecast Fair today and on Friday rising temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT -'The Stacey Lumber Co. have open- od a yard at Gleverville, Alberta. Ceo. II- Stacey, manager for the Stacey Lumber Co. returned this morning from u trip to Cardston. Chas. ilcXeill of Thornton, Wash., is in the city, the guest of his sister- Mrs. James A. Macdonald. Homer Could a little fellow living I u the North 'Ward, was rather severe i ly bitten by a dog yesterday. i Don't forget when finishing up your I house that you can get clear white i maple and red birch for borders for i your parlors and dining room floors, at the Citizen's Lumber Co. Phone 25. Hev. T. F. pastor of Wesley Church was in Calvary yesterday at- CITY AND DISTRICT John Alexander has returned from a month's visit in Ontario. Air C. G. Simmons leaves for Strathcona tomorrow to attend Al- berta University there. Mr. Nim-! ta, work. tending a meeting of the Evangelistic Committee the Alberta Conference. .00 j He is secretary of the committee. j A. P. .Tones, ledger keeper at the with; Bank of Commerce has been transferr- ed to the Warner Branch. He will ____ i be succeeded here by J. N. Robertson i of Woodstock, Chit. Warm rooms for winter. Applv J. B. Kelsey, Room I Shepard Block, between 7 and 8 p. m. Macleod, Alber on September loth, 1909, at Christ Church, by the Rev. G. Bath- urst'Hall. Irene? Raymond Lazier of Arnold Toronto. Ror good quality and prompt d> livery for your wants in lumber, lath and ail kinds of building material, call 25 Citizen's Lumber Co. mons will take-second year's Call nound at the Labor Hall Giyn St. on Monday afternoon and see the i Toronto to Theodore pictures that are to be sold by Haul tain, only son oi Theodore Arnold tion on Tuesday afternoon at 2.30'. Haultain of 49 Springhurst avenue., and evening at 7-30. Mrs.Ibey and Mrs. J. W. Wooll of; Cardston who have been visiting D. H. Elton, left this v morning for Cardston. They will stop over j at Magrath to see the fair tomorrow where Mr. John W. Wooli will join them. .A big thance to beautjifyj your homes at the grand auction sale of fine art pictures at the Labor Hall on Tuesday afternoon and evening. The death occurred this morning of Allan David Ritchie youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ritchie, aged 7 months, 3 days. ..The funeral will Meat Pies Since cooler weather has set in the City Bakery is turning out by the those Delicious Meat Pies there has been a call for. I Cash handles a brand new fully modern house, central location. For further particulars see I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK Thursday's Orders livered Saturday De- SCOTT Phone 381 Prop. PUPILS WANTED. at the Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Ashmead Srr.-et, City GOOD Residence Lots On Aehmead and Cut- bill Streets each Terms Money to Loan. Fire Insurance. ThBC. B. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. STREET CAR RIOTS Omaha.. Neb., Sept. by- stander and eight strike breakers were injured, one perhaps fatally tc- day. as a result of riois over the car strike. Eight cars were partly d-- molished as well. orders lor araying oi all kinds promptly attended to. E. D. LeClere. Leave orders with John Cantin, Hill Block. 212-26 Just received another car of coast fir finish and three inch edge grain coast flooring at the Citizen's Lum- ber Co.'s yard. A BARGAIN Are You Going to Buy a Range? The ROYAL JEWEL RANGE has a large Oven in. x2H in. Has a Thertnomete'r in Oven Door HAS a large Copper Reser- voir Is a large Handsome Has Heavy Linings A Dandy Eight days more for TheMcKeown Hardware Co. We ship out of town daily. CITY AND DISTOCt Doctor H. T. D'Arc returned, last night from a week's visit in Card- ston. Mrs. C. K. Daniel will receive to- morrow afternoon and afterwards on NE Last evening at Ihalf past seven A held tomorrow afternoon -at -3 o'clock very pretty wedding took place at the from the residence 'in the .North. Ward- Rev. T. Terry will conduct the funer- al service. Call and see some of those fancy pressed brick at the Citizen's Lum- ber Co. The case of -Mat Tab, the China- t> j "bride's home 316 Bompas St., when 'Rev.' A. A. Lytle, pastor oi Westmin- ster Methodist Church, married Wil- liam Henry Weber, the well known real estate agent and Edith Victoria Rosaine, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. John Rosaine. They -were assisted the fourth. Friday of each months. Big change in the vaudeville night at the Eureka. Miss Flossie Brethour of Toronto is holidaying with, her uncle and. a.uat Mr. and Mrs. AV. S. Fairfield. i defendaint Phone, up Wilson, auctioneer. 189, j [and a catalog of fine art pictures will; be delivered to your residence. I on Tuesday next. 240-3 next Mrs. E. G-. Hazell, corner Court- j Phone hand and Burdett Sts., will receive' tomorrow (Friday) afternoon and ev- ening. A.F. Jury, i Ag-ent at Liverpool arrived m tne j j city last night and went to Warner j this morning. i Auction sale of good work horses man accused of running-at laundry throllgh the ceremony by Miss. Edith jputsi-de the prohibited district came up for settlement this morning. But Man had settled the case himself by movamj out the other day and estab- lishing himself in other quarters. The McSarqnhar and M..-P. Johnston. The happy couple have gone away on a. three -weeks' trip to the coast. case was withdrawn with, costs to the A wage case the other item of business dealt with. h. Make your entries now for the auc- sale at Furman's livery Saturday W. L. Wilson, auctioneer. Refuses To Recognize Cook [Continued from Front Page.) tHE STORE OF QUALITY Cash Bargains for l89- air thar his claims are W. Burns and H. Swaghammer of He has'promised that Milk River are wanted by the police j tilis rC-Cord shall be made public as but evidently have no desire come'soon is. filed with the first uni- Canadian Immigration back home asain Not long ,ago u_ Of Copenhagen, and probably Liverpool arrived in the j inspector Simmons paid a visit 'waiting lor' the vcwJict- of that body, to the premises of these men and dis- xej.t.hcr the discoverer nor Mr. Brad j covered them in possession of quite commented on. Commander on Saturday next at 2.30 p.m. at For a first-class iob in TWFTNG Furman s hvery- W" DlMJSb-ltioneer Wllson' aUC a large quantity of liquor which was latest decision, to remain in being1 sold illegally: Before the In- comparative retirement until' "the rues .lies' or Crents7 Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 OUR BEST Xh following buikling- permits were i this morning. Hugh Scott, j alterations to dwelling on Ford Si.000. and Fred a dwelling on Norman Street. j Call on Auctioneer Wilson on I Monday for a catalog of fine art pic-' tures to be sold on Tuesday, Septem- ber 28th. spector could lay the neoessazy infor- and secure warrants for their the men had got wind of Case and ]ef.t suddenly for parts un- I -f Our record for giving-our cas-j f tomers good stock, amrtecusj treatment and a square deal is one that we .have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR) J patronage. We will give you the j best of everything at the .best' prices. "And that is about all anybody can do When you 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 jflstget our prices. If we cannot show you the advantage' of buying here, then do not buy from us. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Id 123 and 321 I Bottling f Wax We have this put up in X Dipping Tins, which makes it very convenient for sealing Fruit Jars J. J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST The Latest Winchester Model 1907. -351 high power caliber Self-Loading Rifle. This rifle is re-load- ed by the recoil. Simple and strong in construction. It is a six-shot er, and shoots the most modern type of cartridge. Stafford Agnew Co. of us. tion. of Polar suptreaoacy is settled. Jt is hclicvocl, however; that now being fully launched on a career of public. ity. Dr. Cook, %vill not follow the na- i vul example. j "Why should said one of his j frit-mis today. "Cook says he found the -Vcrth Pole, even to admit that there is ground to douli-t his claim, would IKS a confession of. weakness; i Dr. Cook is now the foremost figure j before the public in Arcerica. He feels that he owes duty to the Am- j erican people. While he "is 'reticent j about the scientific proof of his dis- CO very, until it has "been laid before j a jury, competent to. recognize its j truth, there is no reason why he i should "seclude1, himself any further I than his work -md the demands of his i family from which he has been' long (separated; requires." Thus iar, all the doctor lias made known regarding his plan for the fu- ture. is the fact that he will make a I trip through, the Western States, -dur- ling which he will lecture and prob- jably speak "at a number of public fiiricLions. The explorer has. added nothing more definite to the remark he let fall yesterday tp the effect that he 'expected to meet Commander Pea- ry soon, face to face. It is supposed that he ineant nothing more than that they would both be shortly in New York and conditions would right for a personal discussion and settlement of their rival claims. -When the remark was made Commander Peary had not made known his pur- pose to remain for a while in com- parative retirement. Gooseberries, 2 tins..............25c S. Berries, per tin ...............20C Raspberries, per tin .20c Corn, peas or bsans, per tin .....lOc Pumpkin, 2 tins................25c Baked Beans, 3 tins .............25c Cream, 2 tins .25c .25c Toothpicks, 4 pkgs.............. Sapoiio, 2 cakes..................25c Stove Polish, Bright Light 3 tins 25c Macaroni, 2 pkgs .............----25c Pickling Spice, per pound .......-35c Soda Biscuits, 2 pkgs Prepared Icings, 3 pkgs .45c ,25c Tanglefoot Fly Paper, 4 sheets .JOc Molasses, per tin................. .I5c Tapioca, rice and sago, 4 Ibs.....25c Lowney's Cocoa, 2 tins Gem 90c. Quarts 1-2 Rubber Rings, 3 doz.............25c Soap, R. C., 2 pkgs...............45c Jelly Powders, 3 Pkgs ...........2oc Or, per dozen ...................90c OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL p. O. Box 8 Phone 21 80 Acres I mile south of Fair Grounds Road. per acre The Lethbridqe-Weyburn Realty Co, Successors to W.R. DOBBIN Co 122 ;