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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY MIMMMMMM I Selecting a STOVE wife quite alike. bajxiiOKMat not ftbe bat when you fad ttete qoAlitiea to- Thete you will find together iu THE SASK-AITA T be latest production in the gtoye world. Call and for yourself. It is only pleasure for ut to show you it and all the good poiuts. THE HICK Hardware Co. FrtKripnu lie Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Our stock is always complete iu de- tail and ia compound- ;______________----1.. 11145 vuij purest goods obtain- able. This depart- ment is always in charge of a competent graduate Pharmicist. The Public runs no risk of errors here. DiipMfinr Chwrtt The Store of Q-aHty on AND DisiRia Extra Special for a days only ONTARIO CONCORD GRAPES 75c Per tekrt At our ANOTHER Saturday Bargain Sale See Window Display BOOK STOtt 1st tar let if UM bit Phone 25 i 1 Don't try to doctor your- self 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 yon get exactly the medicine the doctor order- ed for you. We can assure you this as we have a most complete equipment and the latest improved appa- ratus to facilitate correct compounding. HlbertaDrugandBookCo, Prescription Specialis.ts 11. IIPIEY, Mgr. iniuiHE C. P. McQueen of Calgary is in the city. L. H. Jelliff of Spring Coulee is hi the city today. V E.Hagell is attending the press con vent ion at Kelson. of Calgary is1 in the city on business. James Stiicey of grath was in town yesterday. There will be no choir practice at St. Augusun's Church -tonight. Liberal Committee Rooms, Ott Block, Round Street. Open every afternoon and even inf. "There will not Tie any service at St. Augustin's Church on Sunday. The irregular tri-weekly mail fron the east failed to arrive again today At the Bijou Saturday' 3.30 mat inee for ladies and children adinissioi 10 cents. Carl Cab and Curl Carlson wer fined and costs each for. a disturbance. Tonight at the Bijo.i, two illustra ed it one of the fines programs ever witnessed. Read McKeivie and McGuirn's 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 McKeivie and McGuire's ad. P: B. Ryan was given a. month for vagrancy on the complaint of the "Ar- lington- Hotel.- He" was continually causing trouble there. THE WEATHER Calgary, cloudy 38 30 cloudy 40 31 Bulletin From Central Office Light snow falls have occurred ag aic. in. Alberta and throughout tobo. and eastern Saskatchewan rain uis beea alaaost general and in nianj places heavy. Throughou the prairie provinces it has been quite cool. fair and col today and on Saturday. All Goods must be Sold within a few days. Call and get a slice, of the BARGAINS BOOTS AND SHOES Cbi Wren's Chocolate or Black Strap Slippers, 7oa pair Patent Tip regular Sale Men's Heavy Working Boots Fine Laced'Bsls Lined Slippers Leather Leggins it Buckskin 11 Fine Mochi Mills 2.50 3.25 2.00 :150 2.50 L75 2.25 1.50 2.00 1.00 1.75 130 1.00 1.00 THE FOOT TOGGERY EVERYTHING for (he FEET NELSON GOOD BUYS-Lots it the ewraer of London Road aa4 Bftrtiett Street, each. Easy Terms i: {i ALBERT E. FVES Bwa PHONE Men's Fine Trousers, regular Sale ll 5.00 Whipcord Trousers, Worsted 4.50 3.00 200 3.00 2.75 2.00 1.00 Mr. aiicl :5Irs. A. Iv. Foster return ed last night from a trip to INelsp Fair awl Robson. Mr. Foster say that the display of fruit at the fat was something marvellous. .The.program for tonight and to morrow night excels anything we eve had. for a single prograriun at the Bijou: Juvenile Sciec tlst. Forsaken Darkey Clovm Students' Revenge, and last but no least, House to Rent. Four subjects we- will wage (juarters to marbles with yort that we make you go laughing. A "man who gave his name as Walk er .but who had previously been in the police court under the names of Wilson and Eaulkner was up before Inspector West of steal- ing and knife from E.. Bodds at the. Arlington cottage, The knife was found on- him but the money He was remanded eight The remainder of this stock must be sold in a few days and goods wiir be-sold regardless of cost. We still have a range of Clothing, Boots and Dry Goods and Groceries to select fromV When in towu call in at I. M. Banks1 Old Stand WHITNEY BLOCK And -will go as far -as will elsewhere SHELVING and COUNTERS also for Sale ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO. LTD. j OUR IlpT Ftp for Irealaoifastrj i This has been -acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours tnilled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask your denJer for ELLISON FLOUR "And see you get We only ask one trial and we a re'then sure of your trade See that you are getting the Flour your Customers I (kVa- rv "TrtV are asking lor KAYMONB MAGKRATH I Mark you Mark.has made his mart at CLEANING FRlEiSSlNG Mark leaves no marks on Suits. Make your mark by patronizing Mark- JOHNSTON FUltt 215 Gads CafleJ far Dtfoereil BefekJ Bafatral H td was gone days. A. J. Maclean-was in the city yes-! Chief GMespic last evening got ordnv WP ihr> nrmriP from the relatives of the late of Wenatchee, Wash., would come to the citato take charge" of the body. Letters of administration of the es- tate of James Kirk, late of Stirling, have been issued by the district court Lethbridge, to Mary Kirk, of Stir- ling, his widow. The Frank Paper: The Rev. H. Haddon, Method ist m isslonary DR. COURTICE _ DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Now located in Macdonald Block Cor. Bound and Redpath Sts. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 9-12; 1-5 WE CAN YOU WITH Pressed erdav. He said that the prairie fire v-as Quenched by the rain but not be- Awards that Mr. Bache oro it had got into the Cameron field and done some damage. Members of all departments of the Young Men's Club are reminded of he meeting to be held in the Club's arlors tonight to discuss the organ zation and plans for the season. W. Simmons came up from iledi cine Hat late last night and left this morning for Cardston. He was pre- sent at the organization meeting of a Young. Liberal Club at Medicine Hat last night. R. P. Pettipiece is the Socialist can. diciate for this riding and will be iir town, shortly to expound his views. He can hardly expect to win but he may make the election a little more Call. Dr. Carman, of Toronto, superin- tendent of the Methodist- Church of Canada preaches at bath services on Sunday. W. A. Henderson, the well known aitilitor and accountant of Winnipeg, who ha en engagrv] by the city coun cil to vor city's books with the object of inaugurating a of accounting for the city, js in the1 city and is engaged in the work men tioned. Jas. R. Gibbon, of Gibbon has retired from that firm. The business in future will contin- ued by Wnddington who eatab- j Hshrd it last October. Mr. W. is j getting in an entirely fresh stork goods and bargains will be as plenti- ful as heretofore. William Colpmnn of Cowlcy is in the city today in connection with a lawsuit over some timber limits. Ho was the principal in an examination j for discovery be-fore the clerk of the court of today. James Muir and L. M. -Tohnstone nrc the en- gaged in the suit. No Humbugging Delays See our Samples and get our Prices iseiBer Co, Lti Phones 23 and 123 fortkif Track Oice THe Season Demands Warmer ClotKing If Underwear you require, buy the bestf STA-NFIELB'S UNDERWEAR for Ladies' and Gentlemen stand the washing test-, wears vrell, fits well. Medium or heavy weights stocked GOATS AND LAMES' HEAVY BWVK COATS i Semi or loose fitting back, length 50 in., bodies lined, shades black. Special....' STOLES AND SCARFS A big variety for your in- sable, mink, lamb, mormat and possum. to S3o MUFFS New shapes and styles in all the leading furs. Marked as ,-lowas good goods can be sold ,for. up to SAVE ON A COAT Ladies' fine Beaver and Coats handsomely trimmed, black, brown and-navy The Cosh Store A. MACDONALD CO. A. R. I. OFFICIALS REACH THE CITY E. T. Gait, president of the J. Co. and A. M; Nanton, Jche man- charge of this field the past two t years, preached his farewell sermon aSinS arrived in the city to a large congregation Sunday ev. j this morning. nothing to eaing. ilr. Haddon goes at once to Toronto to pursue his theological studies. Mr. Hyslop will take Jlr. ETaddon's appointments Sunday next. The Rev. T. Taylor' who has been ap- pointed to succeed Mr. Haddon will Frank m time to take the pul- pit October 4th. K. Leek has got a permit to build a frame residence on Glyn St. Wil- liam Williams has taken a permit to build another cement block house on say just- yet about'the transaction by which_Lhe C.P.R. is to assume con- trol of the company. SUING MINERS' UNION Binghampton, -'N. Y., Sept. Attorney Abe Walsh, of tills city- made a motion before Justice Geo. F. f.yon in Supreme court today sub- stituting-the name Thomas Ll Laws for that of Mitchell as president of the Mine Workers' Un- London Ttoad at a cost of A; Walsh is suing Mitchell as permit was granted to T. McXabb to' president of the TJnion to recover build a frame resiaence on Bompas j for services rendered in set- St. between Wood and Gait Sis. j tliug the 1903 He claims This afternoon a train of twenty {to hw .the arbitration plan bv stock .cars went out to Cardston for D. Balcovski who has bjjen holding stock there for several days -awaiting cars for shipment. On Sunday "Lothbridee will have the privilege of seeing and hearing one of the men in Canada, Rev. Dr. A. Carman, the veteran superin- tendent of the Methodist Church of Canada, which position he has held ever since 1833. is to preach in Wes- ley Church at both services. ]Jr. ;s rCTioyVrri not only ns tho executive hend of a great chv'irch but also us one of the strongest preachers in-the country. Wesley church will doubtless be crowd ed at services and nt the meet- ing on Momtny evening ho is to speak. Prcsitlpnt Roosevelt. Try a Box of Ganong's Chocolates Nice and fresh 1 lb. and Ib. Boxes J. J. Johnston Piwriptta Druggist TWO LOTS Near the Mills South of the Railway Only CASH W.R.DOBBIN LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. WANTED ;it f.t'.ce. experienced book- Mm- capable of taking eharpe office. Apply stating salary required to Box GG3 Lethbridge Post A T I A GRAND INTRODUCTORY SALE OF MEN'S NEW FALL SUITS You want a new Fall Suit You have been thinking'jifoout it for several weeks and the past few cliilly days have made you feel the necessity of .an early purchase. You couldn't find a more opportune time'to make your than right 100 Watermelons To sell at from 1b to Sfc kFIEtt. Come and get one while they last THE GOOD CO. Phone It. SELL EVERYTHING TO START THE FALL TRADE WITH A RUSH And for the sale, SATURDAY ONLY, we have marked many of our now Fall Suits and Overcoats at a DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT. This means that yon can buy your Fall Suit or Overcoat on Saturday at much lower prices than you can later on when Fall Trade starts in earnest. You are going to buy a Fall Suit Well, buy Saturday at Special Prices Yon c'ciii.get a Suit or Overcoat on Saturday at ?20 that will probably cost you S25 when the season is in full swing. Other priced Suits in the same proposition. v Poft't Miss this Sale on Saturday. Come and supply your Fall Needs from our stock at Special Prices 1HTS SEW FALL SUITS KEN'S NEW FALL TOP COATS W ____j McCUIRE j IEJTS NEW MEN'S WINTER OYttCOATS WEAR PHONE 154 I ;