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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JOi MUNTINC At Xhc Heral-o lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY ikeii ia litkbriilga  the HUM NOTEl : Selecting a 1: STOVE I and � wife are quit^ alike. The handBomest may not be the best, but when you find these qualities together lt*s�n Awllnl Nice Combination These you will find together in THESASK-ALTA The latest production in the stove world. Call and see for yourself. It is only pleasure for us to show you it and all the gootl points. I THE HICK I Hardware Co. We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Prescriptions Our stock is always complete in every detail and in coinpouud-ing wo uso only the purost goods obtain-nblt'. This department is always in charge o� a competent graduate Pharniicist. The Public runs no risk of errors hfre. J. D. HigiiitiotliainSCo.ltil. Family and DUpensInff Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Niffht Clerk CITY AND DISTRia �AtcQucen of Cnlgury is in the The Store of Quality Extra Specinl for a few days only ONTARIO CONCORD GRAPES ^ 75c Per Basket At our Temporani Quarters PHONE 21 G. BRUDBEER & CO. Successors to NEISOR fi FMSER THE WEATHER  ANOTHER Saturday Bargain Sale See Window Display ROBERTSQh'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Uoion Bank Phone 251 t I Drug Talks\ Don't try to doctor yourself when you are sick and don't seem to know what is the matter. Go direct to a doctor and tind out just what ails you. He will give a prescription and then comes our part of the work. Bring it to us and we will personally see that you get exactly the medicine the doctor ordered for you. We can assure you til is as we have a most comFJlete equipment and the latest improved apparatus to facilitate correct compounding. Alberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists �. B. RIPLEY, Mgr. LETHBRIDGE DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Now locntud in Miicdonald Rlook. Cli'V. Round and Rodpatli Sis. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 9-12; l-B. WE CAN Supply YOl' WITH Pressed BricK^ No Humbu^^in^ Delays See our Samples and got our Prices Rogers-Cunnlngtiam Lumber Co. Ltd. .Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard  - North of Track Office . - - - RedpathSt.West c. I city. L. H. .Tt'IlilT ot SpriuK Coulee is the city today. . E. HttRell is attemliiiK the press con vcntion at Nelson. ilnmcs Muir, barrister, of Calgary is in the city on business. JIagistrato .lanics Stuccy of Ma-grath was in town yesterday. There will Iw no choir practice ot St. Augnsliu's Church tonight. Liberal Committee Rooms, Ott Block, Round Street. Open every afternoon and evening. There will not bo any service at St. Augustin's Church on Sunday. The irregular tri-wcckly mail from the east failed to arrive again today. At the Dijou Saturday 3.30 matinee for ladies and children admission 10 cents. Carl Cab and Curl Cai-lson were fuied 2 and costs each for creating a disturbance. Toniglit nt the Bijou, two illustrat ed songs, maViing it one of the finest programs over witnessed. Read :McKelvie and McGuire's spe cial bargains for Saturday in men's clothing. Back page. Do you want to save 15 per cent, on your fall suit or overcoat. Read McKelvie and JIcGuirc's ad. P. B. Ryan was given u month for vagrancy on the complaint of the Arlington Hotel. He was continually causing trouble there. A. .1. Miicloan was in the cit.v yesterday. He said that the prairie fire was quenched by the rain but not before it had got into the Cameron field and done some damage. Members of all departments of the Young Men's Club are reminded of the meeting to bo held in the Club'> piirlora tonight to discuss the orgnn ization and plans for the season. W. C.""Simmon.s came up from -Modi cine Hat late Inst night and left this morning for Cardston. lie was pro-.sont nt the organization meeting of a Young Liberal Clul) itt ^fodicine Hat last night. R. P. Pcttipiece is the Socialist can (lidate for this riding and will bo iir town shortly to expound his views. He can hardly e.xpect to win but he may make the election a littlo more e.xcitiiiR.-Gloichcn Call. Dr. Carman, of Toronto, superintendent of the Methodist Church of Canada preaches at both services on Sunday. \V. A. Henderson, the well known iiu.'lilor iir.d accountant of Winnipeg, who ha I.. ��M eiigiig-r] by the city coun cil to oM'i- ih' city's books with the ol)ji'ct of inaugurating a syi.tom of accounting for Ihi' cit.v, is in the city and is cngagi'd in the work men lionpil. las. H. (Jilibon. of \\ailM & (iiljlion hn.s retired fnnu Hint firm. The bu.siness in future will lie i-ontin-ued l)y I'":iink Wnddinglon who p.stab-lishcd it liiKt October. .Mr. W. i.s gettiuK- in an entirely- stocl. K ii 2.50 " 1,110 '� Buckskin Mitts i4 1.75 " 1.00 , " Fine Mochi Mills 4( 2.25 . " 1.00 MEN'S TROUSERS Men's Fine Worsted Trousers, regular ,5.50 Sale $S1.50 5.00 " 51,00 " Whipcord Trousers..... " .1,50 " iJ.OO " Worsted " ..... " .1,25 " 2,75 " Tweed " ..... " 3.00 " 2.00 - " " ..... " 2 00 " 1.00 The remaintler of this stock must be sold in a few days and goods will be sold regartlloss of cost. We still have a range of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Dry (ioods and Groceries to select from. When in town call in at I. M. Banks' Old Stand --- WHITNEY BLOCK--- And $1.00 will go as far as S2.00 will elsewhere SHELVING and COUNTERS also for Sale LADIES' HEAVY BEAVER COATS Semi or loose fitting back, length 50 in., bodies lined, shades brown, navy, black. Special---- Mr. and airs. A. I.. Foster return ed last night from a trip to Nelson Fair and Robson, Mr. Foster says that the display of fruit at the fai was something marvellous. The program for tonight and tomorrow night e.xcels anything we ever had for a single programme at the Bijou: .luvcnile Scientist, Forsaken Ourkey Clown. Students' Revenge, and lust but not least. House to Rent. Four subjects wo will wage (juarters to marbles witlj you that we make you go away laughing. A man who gave his luuue as Walk er but who had previously been in the police court under the names of Wilson and Faulkner was up before Inspector West on a charge of stealing 529 and a knife from E. Dodds at tho Arlington cottage, The knife was found on him but the money was gone. lie was renmnded eight days. Chief Gillespie last evening got w^ord- from the relatives of the late Charles Edwards that Mr. Bache of Weimtcheo, Wash., would come to the city to take charge of the body. Letters of administration of the estate of .James Kirk, late of Stirling, have been i.ssucd by the district cotu-t Lethbridge, to Mary Kirk, of Stirling, his widow. The Frank Paper: The Rev. H. Huddon, Jlethodist missionary in charge of this field the past two | years, preached his farewell sermon \ to a large congregation Sunday ev-' ening. Mr. Toronto to pursue his theological studies. Air. Hyslop will take Mr. Ifaddon'.s appointments Sunday ne.\t. The Rev. T. Taylor who has been ap- SUING MINERS' UNION pointed to succeed Air. Hnddon will I!iiipliumpt(jM, N. Y., Sept. 24.- roach ['rank in time to take the pul-j ^- ^l'- Walsli is suing Mitchell as |)ermit was granted to T. AlcN'abb to ' pre-'^ideiit of tlie Union to recover build n frame re.siuence on Bomiias ; $ foi' s'lvices rendered in set- St. between Wood and Gait Sis. i 'liuf: \h ELEVATOR CO. LTD. | I OUR BEST FLOUR For Bread and Pastry | This has been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask your denier for ELUSON And see you get it, FLOUR We only ask one trial and we ore then sure of yonr trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBRIDGE,^ RAYMOND AND MAGRATH ^ G W., GREEN, Manager ^ Mark yon ! Mark has made his mark nt CLEANING AND PRESSING Mark leaves no marks on Suits. Make your mark by imtrouizing Mark MARH JOHNSTON Behind Balmoral Hotel Plione 275 Goods Called for and Delivered TKe Season Demands Warmer ClotKing If it's new riulerwear yon require, buy the bestr" STANFIELD'S UNDETlWEAR for Ladies' and Gentlemen stand the wasi test, wears well, tits well. Medium or heavy weights stocked COATS AND FURS STOLES AND SCARFS A big variety for your inspection-fox, sable, mink, lamb, mormat and possam. From...........~. .$5 to Silo $11 The Cash Store ^ MUFFS New shapes and styles in all the leading furs. Marked as low as good goods can be sold for____.......So up to $30 SAVE $5 ON A COAT Ladies' fine Beaver and Coats handsomely trimmed, b]aclment. On Sunday T.etlibridge will have tin-pri'. ilege of seeing anil hearing one of the greatest^ niioi in Canaila, Ue\ . Or, ,\. Caruuiii, the veteran .superin-len