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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TSe HACE TO STAY ft i ft MMMMiM Selecting A STOVE and a wife are quite alike. The baudaooieat may not the beat, but when you find theae qualities to- gether fc'sM AwM, will find v together in THE SASK-ALTA The latest production hi the stove world. Call aud for.yourseU, It is only pleasure for us to show y 611 it and all the good points. TOE HIGK i Hardware Co; I We Sell for Cash Phone C2 P.O. Box 670 Your Doctor Will be Satisfied If we Compound The Prescription JJ.lifiihrtlailCo.lU. Funily and Dispensing- Telephone Resident Nifbt The Store of Quality Car PrMtrvtng Fruit CrabapplM Mutk and At <3ur Winter Suits for the Boys Pfcreatt GAB clothe their boyt more warmly, more uemtly, inore and with that will wear longer, by buying SANFORD CLOtHING Made of British Canadian Blue AIM! BUck v Corduroys and Chinchilla, 4od iu Norfolk, Sailor and Bottler _8tylea. 8ANFORD CLOTHING SAVES WORRY W. C. SANFORD MANUFACTU11NG CO. Lfe r- v, WINNIPBG, i HE FOOT TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the CITY AND DISTRICT i ANOTHER Saturday Bargain Sale Sea .Window Display IOBERTSOVS BOOK STORE 1st kiir lest of {liiQB I 251 R. P. Pcttipiece..was president of the Dominion Trades and Labor Congress of Canada for Brit- sh Columbia. _ Wesley Church Anniversary Servic- es tomorrow. Dr. Carman, superintendent of the Methodist church is the preacher. F. H. Sherman has been elected vice president of the Trades and La- bor Congress of Canada for Alberta. Drug Talks Don't try to doctor your- self when you are sick aud don't seem to know what is the matter. Go direct to a doctor and find out jnst what ails you. He will give a prescription and then conies our part of the work. Bring it to us and we will personally see that youj 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 comporj Tiding. There will uot be any service at St. Augustin's Church on Sunday. THE WEATHER Edttiouttfh, smoky 40 Calgary, clear ....06 42 Lethbridge, clear .08 44 F. G. Forster, of .Medicine Hat, fjje 'Medicine Hat, 46 eturning officer for this consUtuen-j fai 42 v is in the. city'' today. [Winnipeg, cloudy .60 48 In Manitoba .heavy rains PHONE 21 G. mm co. 18 20 21 28 32 38 general; Lll of the debentures that the city has outstanding except the last issue have been sold. Wood, Gundy k Co. who have had the option on them, have bought them at The C.P.R. are going to lay two more spur tracks as soon as the firms What f promises to be a very inter- esting service will be held in the Bap List phuix-h tomorrow evening when Itev. William Reid will deliver an address on "David Livingstone" or "From Blantyre Mill to Westminster iliss McDonald and Mrs. Tait sing a duet. Everybody is in.- j vited to attend this service. Cranbrook Herald: Cranbrook peo- ple turned out en masse yesterday to witness an event to which they have eagerly looked forward, the marriage of Miss Mar jo rie Frances Armstrong youngest of Mr. and Mrs Jaines'Ferguson Armstrong and Mr Wftlty Church Concert Monday Miss Emilia C. Waste of PennoUV arrived in last night. train of'stock'..from Cardston went through to Winnipeg this raorrting. i Dr. and 'Mrs'. Kennedy celebrated the. twenty-6fth anniversary of their day. Mr. and Mrs. Ward were down from the Alexander ranch, Nanton, for the Chronicle. The annual .Childrens' Day service will he held in Knox Church on Sun- day morning when all Sunday. School pupils are..expected to be p.resent. Adults and children equally welcome At the evening service ami on succeed ing last Sunday evenings in the month, special uvusic Vvill be render- ed. Tomorrow evening the music will be as follows, contralto solo, "I will give you rest" Miss Simm; Soprano solo and chorus, "The Lord is my Light" Mi's.'Grace" and L-hoir; Hymn anthem, "Sun of My Soul" During the erection of the new vices are held Jin the old now situated oil Glyn St. south. WESLEY CHURCH ANNIVERSARY concerned get the permission -Of the! Styles Ariel Beale, which solemn city council. One will be laid -for! izecl inChristChurch at 1 o'clock, the Lethlvridge Brewing Maltingj Charles Mair has returned from u Co. and the other for the Lethbridge! to his daughter at the Pembina Tron Works Co. j northwest of Edmonton. He is feel- FranJeJIedley, who has-been with ing in much better health after his E. J. Hill Co. for the past year and a half, severs his connection witii that firm at the end of the month, to All the Lidies of the city are cordially invited to an AFTRNOON The of the jbuiiding Wesley Church is to be celebrated with enthusiasm than in previous years. The cause of this is chiefly due that they have secured for the preacher of the occasion the greatest Methodist in Canada, Rev. Dr. A. general superintendent, -who for -a quarter of a century -has been the ex- ecutive 'head-of the _Church. is ho small honor for this church and city to have such a great preacher as Dr. Carman come here, to assist in these anniversary celebrations. He will preach tomorrow at each and on Monday evening will an address. f The of the Church, are making preparation for the- annual supper after vhieh there will be concert in the church. The program Includes solos by Miss Simm and S. solo, by Mr. E. Layton, piano duet Misses Har- rison und readings Mrs. Van Spanckereii and S. J. Shepherd, and addresses by Rev. W. Reid, Rev. A. M. Gordon. Rev. J. S. Chivers ,-and Dr, Carman who will deliver'the. ad- dress of the evening. Dr. Galbraith, chairman of the building committee will O'CCUDV th'e .chair. GOOD BUYS-LoU a4 corner of Loadoa Btrtictt Street tack. Easy Terms ALBERT E. PH ON F: mbertaDpyganOQGkCo, Prescription Specialists i B, BIPIEY, Mgp. LETHBK join the staff of J. D. Higinbotham. Co. Mr. LJedley is. a graduate of Ontario College of Pharmacy. Liberal Committee Rooms, Ott Block, Round Street. Open cvary afternoon and evening. The A. R. I. Co. had a streak of bod luck yesterday. An engine ran off the track at No. 3 and some .difficul- ty was experienced getting it on ag- ain. Then last night an engine with txvo tanfcs For Xo. 3, backed into an open switch in the yard and tore things up. causing a good deal of trouble before things were fixed up again. Tho Young Liberal Association has engaged the Labor Hall for every Sat urday night until after the election and will hold rallies there each week. Tonight the first rally will take place A good programme of speeches and music xvill be provided. Everybody is welcome to attend the rallies which are for everybody regardless of poli- tics. trip. He descr bes the Pembina coun ry as a beautiful and rich land and ays lhat settlers are "rushing In there'in large numbers and upon-the land which has not yet .surveyed. Tonight at the Bijou the last chance you will have to see the pre- sent programme, Juvenile Scientist, Darky Clown, and House to Let. These three subjects are far in. ad- vance of the ordinary, a'nd the person missing these, misses some of the fin- est scenes and "the most laughable ones ever thrown on canvas. Also ex- tra all for JO and 15 cents. A large partj- "W Cardston people were in the city last night on their way to Salt I.ake City. There are said to be two or three wedding par ties in the company. Among those irt the party were Emer Harris, Miss Mandell Wolsey, Milton Woolf, Miss -N. France, Ralph Harkcr, Miss Ethe Caldwell, Clyde Brown. Miss Fannj Morgan, H. C. Phipps, S. S. Xew Lori. Mrs. T. H. Woolford, Mrs. W. F Ainscougn, Mrs: M. Quinton, Miss M J. W. Watt, A. M. Stoddarc and Mrs. T. Jeppscn. DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Now located in Macdonald Block. Cor. Round and Redpath Sts. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 1-5. Try a Box of Ganong's Chocolates WE YOU WITH Pressed Nice and Fresh 1 lb. and i Ib. Boxes J. J. Johnston Prssniptvr Druggist TWO LOTS Near the Mills South of the Railway Only HALF CASH W.R.DOBBIN LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. which tie held every af- tenioou at Ciihclv Come and bring all yonr friends WANTED Cooper to set up" lime barrels. Ap- ply at Summit Lime Works, .Growls Nest, B. C. 343-6 I's Ice Cnan Parlor y aod light linh tofe Rubbers ND HAND STORE When people ask the price of iny goods they say OH! sed HOW CHEAP! Frank Waddington TELEPHONE for Boys Girls Icn Jfomen berybodi No Humbugging Delays See our Samples and get our Prices Rogen-Cunniriyiiam Lumber Co, Ltd, Phones 23_and 323 Iain Yard fortfe 4 Track Oice HAVE BUYERS FOR 2 Houses and Lots Cj Inside Lots on Water Main 1 North Ward Lot 2 North Ward Lots (cheap) I Parties having any of the above Property and wishing a. Quick Sale would do well to list with me G. C. Macdonald Room EWIiiteq Block SPECIAL for SATURDAY 100 Watermelons To sell at from He to Hlffi Come and get one while they last THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone W. Storm Front Rubbers.. 75c Ladies'Plain TEf Front Rubbers.. Ladies' Storm Front Rub- bers, wool- lined...... Ladies' Fine Jersey Garter. Ladies' Eubber Boots........ 2.50 Ladies' Low Rubbers and foot- hold Plain Storm Rubbers 1.00 Men's Plain Storm Rub- bers, fino self- act- ing Men's Low Rub- bers, self-acting J. 3.00 Men's Snow Excluders---- Hudson Bay Co. Stores ELLISON MILLING A ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR for Inatf ni tatn This hag been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flpurs