Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
JOB nprrffiG HERALD TEe Uthbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY li UttMp (to MMMMMMMIMMM a ami a wife are quite alike. The hanuioujest may net be the beat, but when you find these qualities to- gether rtta Awftd These you will find together in THE SASK-AITA The Uteet production in the stove; world. Call and see for yourself, It isouly pleasure for us to show you it aud all the "good points. THE HICK Hardware Co. We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box G70 49 Free and Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city The Store of Quality a few We" carry the lar- gest stock in Alberta Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone Nfcht CUrt CTTY AND DISTRICT Extra Special for dayi only ONTARIO CONCORD ?5c Per Basket Fur Coat Weather is lonptipifjljiarters PHONE 21 We are Prepared AREYOUdD tHEJHtrltttl Hudson's Bay Company ic world for itt furs. ytar branch rtmtrjuble, tnd thit yw it tclipM all previous Furs are fashionable. Look around you in in the that you ouUr and wMi the majority of women wearing tun. Have YOU a fur coat or fur-lined coat? you .want one but have been putting it off from time to tfnie "waiting for them to get furs will not get cheaper and you can enjoy the realization of furs a great deal bettar than the anticipation of having them some time in the future. Our samples arc all displayed. We await your inspection. THE FOOT TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the FEET NELSON GOW to HUES' IOME mm HEiruiri Ud Otiier ictober icurum I HRTSOh'S BOOK STORE 1st bar lest of Onion 251 I This fact is recognized all the world over. Any per- son on receiving a ii PRESCRIPTION from a doctor "has the pri- vilege of taking it to any drug store he or she may prefer. Of our prescript tion work we have to say it is continually watched over by a graduate in pharmacy and nothing but high quality drugs and chemicals are us ed. I Hlberta Drug anil Book Co, Prescription Specialists DR. COURTiCE DENTIST Graduate cf Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Xenv located in ifacdonald Block. Cor. Round and Retlpruh Sts. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Dr. and Mrs. Patton returned Coutts this morning. Miss Mabel McLfeay kit thJr morn- lag for Granby, Keb., where abo visit before rt-lurmag to JIV...IIA? in. Toronto. E. T. Ualt, president of the A. R. I. Co. and -A. M. Nan ton, manag- ing director are expected to arrive here on Saturday. Remember the luaGnee Saturday'af- ternoon, at the Bijou, at 3.30 for the benefit of ladies and children. Ad- mission 10 cents. The A. R. I. work train went out to Raymond this morning to get ready for the beet traffic which will start in about ten days. On account of the Jewish Festivals L. Keel will close his store on Sat- urday the September and on Monday the 5th of October. 241-2 A of seven men working for the government telephone department arrived in. the city last night and will be here a week working on the system. A. L. Hoyt and Mrs. Hoyt OTMc- Adam, X. B., are in the city, -the guests of the former's brother B. B. Hoyt. They are making a tour of the West. Owing to the change in the date of Thanksgiving" Day, the -Knox Church Ladies Aid will hold their Thanksgiving Sale on Saturday, Nov. 7th, instead of October 17th. Louis John Ford was up before Ma gistrate Humphries last night on a charge of stealing a suit case from the C.P.R. station. He was sent up for trial at the next sittings of the District Court. Young Liberals are reminded of the meeting in the committee rooms in the Ott Block to organize a Young Liberal Club. All who btlieve in Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his strong honest and progressive policy and administration are invited to be pres- ent. Hon. W. T. Finlay of Medicine Hat is in the city today. It was his in- tention to go to Cardston to attend the fair but unfortunately missed his train. He will be at the Voung Lib- eral meeting tonight. Snow was quite general throughout the province. A heavy fall is re- ported at Cardston. Four inches fell at Calgary and eight inches at Olds. It was heavy throughout the north- ern part of the province. Tonight in Oliver's' Hnll, moving pictures and illustrated songs. Prices 15 and 25 cents. Tomorrow night moving pictures and illustrated songs Also a rlnnce after performance. Price for show nnd dance, Lined GOOD at the corner of London i Road and Bartlett Street, each. Easy Termt ALBERT E.1VES tan 2, Oilier ilock PHONE: I These are fashionable garments. The shells are of good" quality beaver, and come in black, green and brown, trim- sable collar. Prices ___............. med with muskrat and squirrel, with to THE WEATHER Edmonton 40 Calgary, cloudy...... 47 28 Calgary, snow...___ .....I...... 36 3o' Ixjthbridge, cloudy -............43, 32 Medicine Hat, cloudy 45 32 Regina, cloudy 52 38 Winnipeg, fair GO 40 Bulletin From Central Office ,f Cool weather has prevailed through 'out the western provinces, a few scattered, showers have occurred in Manitoba and Saskatchewan while in parts of Alberta snow or sleet has fallen. fair and cold but some light local snow falls. Three-quarter Lined Coats This line of coats are every bit as good arid ore just as fashionable as the full fur-lined and we believe they- are as warm." Th'e only difference is that the fur .extends only three-quarters the length of the -garment which makes it considerably lighter. Price Two Sections of Good Land within easy reach of Lethbridge. Send full Particulars to N. T. Macleod Co. Mrs. F. II. Mewburn and Miss Hel- en have returned from'an extended trip.to Europe. All members of the different depart meats of the Young are urged to be present at a meeting to bo held tomorrow (Friday) evening in the Club parlors to discuss plans for reorganization for the season. Members of the Athletic class, the baseball club and the Mock Parlia- ment are all included. Last Sunday Neils Nielsou, a farm- er near-Kimball lost eleven stacks of wheat by fire. He estimates his loss at A rumor was in circula- tion, putting the blame for i.hft fire on John T.Ltiord. That called on the Herald today and said he was in Lethbridge on Sunday, ha.v ing left Kimball on Saturday morn- ing. For one but of doors a great deal nothing can compare to a fur coat.; quality of the skins unusual price-in- ducements are presented. The" beautiful workmanship, the lovely7 finish add an even greater significance to the" price re- ductions. These coats are, in Gtting and box Rivtr-.Mink................................................... Coon Coats Astracan........................----....................... ELEVATOR CO. LTD This has been 'acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. "Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON FLOUR And see yon get it. We only ask one trial and we are then sure of yon r trudu Dealers I See that you are getting the Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND G W. GREENV Manager WE CAN Sul YOU WITH Pressed No Humbugging Delays See our Samples and get onr Prices Rogers-Cunnicgham lumser Co, Thoues 23_and 123 Main Yard North o( Trade Office Redraft Si.West BORN Horn on September 2.3rd I.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davies, Cutbill St., a daughter. 241 COMING For the first time in the history of rpur city you will have the pleasure of witnessing the true-to-life western melodrama "On. the Frontier." Not a blood and .thunder blood-curdling nffatr as some of the western plays often are, but a beautiful story of the early life in the West, intermingl ed with bright, clean comedy. It portrays the love and devotion of a cowboy for his mother, the ty- pical western girl afraid of nothing, her tenderfoot lover who is always "just on time" in the thrilling clim- axes, the thrilling knife fight of Dick and a redskin, and the real live kitty that steals the keys that open the prison doors, will be long remember- ed by young and old. Don't forget the date, Saturday, Sept. 26. Grand band concert and street parade 7.HO p.m. Polite vau- deville introduced between each act. Not a dull moment from start to finish. This company conies well recom- mended by Manager Walker of Win- nipeg, Willis Cosgrove of Calgary and F. H. TTanlin. manager of As- toria theatre. Oregon, and others. Gus Noidig guarantees this to be a clean and up-to-date attraction. Some of the most beautiful water scenery ever jiroduced is on again..at the Bijou tonight. E. J. Cook, .of the Eden TRest'Poul- try Farm, is Car.dston- today .-ex- hibiting some prize poultry. T A. W. superin- tendent of thej de- partment is iiVrihe city today on his way to the Cardston fair. A meeting of .the Magrath support- ers will be held in. -the committee" room at 8 o'clock tonight. Room 14 Whitney Block. AT. THE BIJOU The week's attractions at the Bi- jou started out: again Monday with an unusually large attendance, ev- ery seat being tilled each night and the semi-monthly "b'all given, last .night proved to be a hummer in spite of the inclemency of the .weather out-, side, forty couples being present. The balance of the; week's scenes, judging from the titles, will be up to the standard and _pn Friday and Satur- we will render two il- lustrated songs for the benefit of our patrons. DIED 22nd September 1903, Thomas O'Hara. youngest child of and Sarah O'Hara, Warner. I yc-ar and two months. Mr. and Mrs. O'Hara wish to thnk all thopo friends in Warner and dis- trict for their kindness and sym- pathy in thrir sad Pure French Castile Soap Snch as we sell at 20c a pound You will find it agrees with your skin in the bard water t J9 J. Johnston Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- Unc Minneapolis Engine. Separator and Blower, in good condition; price cheap and terms reasonable. Enquire at South Alberta Lumber 5 OmCf-, USt sOuln of Ellison Mills, Lethbridge. Phone 225. P. O. Box 654. 4-St TWO LOTS Near the Milk South of the Railway Only HALF CASK W.R. DOBBIN LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Forced Sacrifice Sale All Goods must be Sold within a few days. Call and get a slice of the BARGAINS BOOTS AND SHOES Children's Chocoljite or Black Strap Slippers, 75c pair Women's Patent Tip Oxfords, regular Sale Men's "Heavy Working Boots Fine Laced Bals Lined Slippers u Leather Leggins it .11 it s Buckskin Mitts S Fine Mochi Mitts 2.50 8.25 2.00 3.50 2.50 1.75 2.25 1.50 2.00 1.00 1.75 130 1.00 1.00 MEN'S TROUSERS Men's Fine Worsted Trousors, regular Pale 50 Whipcord Trousers. Worsted Tweed' 5.00 4.50 4.25 n.oo 200 8.00 3.00 2.75 2.00 1.00 The remainder of this stock must be sold in a few days and goods will be sold regardless of cost. We still have a range of Clothing, Boots and Goods and Groceries to select from. When in town call in at I. M. Banks' Old Stand WHITNEY BLOCK And will go as far as will elsewhere SHELVING and COUNTERS mtso for Sale Mark you Mark has made his murk at CLEANING AND PRESSING IVlark leaves no marks on Siiits. Make your mark by patronizing Mark Bdinui JOHNSTON H.tel PlHC H5 Goods CaW far and Dflrrered A. C; -Messer of Lethbridge NO. 39 has been appointed rep- resentative fro m the -Grand' of South Carolina.to the Grand Lodge of Alberta. II. F: Hicks of the Brown Co., Ltd., goes to Fernie, B. C.. in a few' days to take charge of the' JCiners'- Go-operativc store being" opened up there. Heard the Latest? _ We have news of interest for men, for wbmeu and for__ for idle curiosity seekers, but for practical people who desire to benefit by their infor- mation Ist-FOR WOMEN We have just received a shipment of choice Waists right from the manufacturers who are specialists in this line. There are Lawns, Lustres and Silts in Black, White, Cream, Ecru and Keel Prices, to Znd-FOP MEN A fine new stock of Pants, Suits and odd Coats and Vests. Suits are Navy Serges and latest sFyle in Stripod Worsteds, tailored to perfection. to Grey and Dark Stripe d to HOUSEKEEPERS Imported direct from the Orient, the finest assort- ment of artistic nnd choice CKinaware seen for a long time, comprising Chocolate Sets, Cups and Saucers, Cream and Sugar Sets, Fancy Plntt s, Bon Bon Trays, Jardiniers, etc., etc. 2i complete Dinner Sets to clear st special price of.................... Fresh Ftuit and Vegetables Daily J. BROWN CO. LTD.