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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Dallas Hotel IB the Best A Most Convenient -Place to Stay x FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel in Alberta A v v BRIGHTEN UP WITH Sherwin Williams' Paints and Varnishes Y tins Pali is. the Proper Time to. Paint Your Property Were it for no other reason than the approach of with Its storms and trying weather, you would owe your house and, out- a coat or two of good paint. Paint is the great-protector ot surfaces like these and keeps the -wood in good condition for .subsequent coats. But there are additional reasons for painting ia the fall. After the long summer months the wood has become thoroughly dried is no "moisture to interfere with the .paint after it is applied and to come through the wood. well known in this vicinity. It is .paint, economical because of its covering its ways used of .its uniformity. The last drop' is as good as "the first. Let's talk paint this fall. How about now? 11 it i r nick-5ehl Hardware RETAIL REDPATH STREET attention to mall brtfsrs KERENS PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST TOMORROWS SPECIALS Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs -for 25c Ripe Tomatoes per case Ripe ?S.OO per case. Crab Apples, per case. per case. Tokay Grapes, 75c per Basket :The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables Crockery Phone 1453 ONE MOKE CARLOAD OF MIXED FRUIT 'Arriving Wednesday, consisting of: and Green Tomatoes j Plums, Pears Grapes, :Apples. eaticg and cooking j Canteloupes Crab Apples j Sweet Potatoes J Squash, etc., etc. 'This, is the last car of .Mixed Fruit of the season. 'Order quick, prices and quality guaranteed. T THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS C5ROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 PROMPT DELIVEPY -Vby H. A., Cody, The -Husband's Story V' D. Graham Phillips Cley.er -Betsy bj' .Clara Louise, Bnrnhara The .Hose In the Ring McCuteheon. New tVhUnty BLck '3irst 'door' trest' TJnloa Bant itr Type. writw 1265. Olive Oil Is Greatest Food Medicine .The Olive Oil we sell is imported and is the best pro- duced. It is a full fla- yor, nut-taste, oil, 01 superior Lsfr-'lMsiiis? table- aild food oil would be hard to get lyjakes tasty, delicious dress- 'ings for vegetables, salads, meats. As a medicinal oil it is first quality. 40c, 60c and bottles. iikertaDrosaRdBookCo. Prescription Specialists t. B. HiFiB, B1-M1NE8S with r the-Mayfair Trio, at the Eureka this week, is one "of the cleverest kids ever seen, on a .stage. Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger' Service for qiiick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. For' the prevenliori of smut on .-_'..., We yhare the tested" article. It by the'On- tario School pr Agrlcalttrre. You are safe in ttaying. our FORMALDEHYDE Store Family and' Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 3STo. 322 Night Bell oa lYont Door The best- show, in "town: always at the Eareka. Call up Grown Cleaners-, corner ot Redpath and Burdett oppo- site Methodist church. >hbae GOOD 'receiving invitations to -this 'season's assemblies, kindly to present at the. door. First dance tHs..evening at I the Caledonian'Hall, from to 2k. Arc you reading "The" Ne'er-Do- Weil.1' by Rex.- Beach, beginning the October number of "Everybody's j! j Magazine Robertson's -Book" Store, J The talk .of the town: The Mayfair J Trio, at the Eureka. j The Woodmen, ot ..Leth- bridge Camp 393, a whist I drive tonisht in" the: K. of- P. Hall. CHEAP We saw mills- sash-and door factories and planing mills and are al- ways in a position to give the consumer lum- ber and building mateiikls -.at lowest prices. Be sure and get our prices. ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 c THE WEATHER This Is the first of.'a "series of social i gatherings to be held during the.vdn- i'ter rc.onths.N Admission.'gents 75c., j .ladles.-free.; Edmonton, cloudy fair Lcthbrldge, fair 65: 60 67 56 CITY AND DISTRICT e Gooding, cashier at the Do- Express Co., offices, is away 39 today from his desk, owing to ili- 40 -3S president of the Trades TVmcrpeg., clear oo as President of the Trades and "FORECAST: All and -Labor Council calls a meeting of the moderately warm today'and. oil Wed- Executive for Wednesday evening at nesday., _L-_ There are important [matters- to be discussed "and he hopes for a full attendance. -Ed. McKenzie from- Rav-mond- CITY AND DISTRICT The prizes to-, for in has the school Field" on Fri- day. are on exhibition in one of the of Kirkharc. Bros., Crabb just rcturaeil two head ot windows street. CJTY AND DISTRICT" Miss Mary? Craig.. '-Letfabridge. j ret-urned on- yesterday's -local a [four .weeks' "visit at Mrs, Stewart's ranch, Rocky Coulee. j The friends oz Mrs. Alec Scott w-ill I ie pleased to" learn that she is im- proving rapidly ..since her- I last Thursday and has -been conveyed j to her residence on Brnntan street. I The.local branch of the Alberta, i Temperance Moral Reform jthat resferoa? atiernoon and McKenzie, running on Mr.' o jation will be- held tonisbi at on tnis morning's Flyer ipr Spo-. Eange. Ed. Claims Mr. Knight is o'clock in'the lecture room ot of 1'onc of the most upright stock men j Carcston s eshwit- at the Dry Farm- that he has met in this country 'ing Congress. reied up t- -f makes lour head irrr ot bran-ded horses that Mr. Knight un- has E. Barker, and A.-Petrer-, OL j turned over to Mr: McKenzie in the Cardston, came: into- Letbbndgs irora r last vear, that were belonging' to that place yesterday afternoon and McKenzip. nmn.inV j Tom Hall, of'the Foot Toggery, to -Maple .Creek yesterday to a sister, who resides there, i X. B, ot the Good Co., re- turned-from a trip to Calgary this I afternoon.- Geo. Mosser. -of Spokane, travelling (passenger and freight agent lor Thr. I Northwestern railroad, is in the city S today. Miss stenographer at the Dominion. Express Co.rs offices, is spending a week's holiday at Nelson. She will. take in the. fair there. j Tenders are'being called for the j erection of the Sons -of England Kail j building' on "Cutbill street. E. E. Car- ver" is "the architect. The Leihbridge. Iron Works shipped one of the renovated boilers from' the house to Passhurg vester- i 'day. Superintendent Dando, of the ce- ment sidewalk force has been annoy- ed lately :by someone stealing the lan- terns placed on the street obstruc- tions on Westminster Road. Three were taken at' different times last week, leaving the obstructions entire- ly unprotected. -Ifter a rain it will no lonfer be necessary to watte, through deep.mud ley church. The Golden West Realty Co., yes- 'jterday sold to -.J. .C. Brown lots" -40 j and 41, Block facing Ernest St. i The price was well over the four fig- i mart" 1 _ T. _, 'over the side streets to connect the--Tsrsity at Strathcona. IVIr. Simpson Mr. Barclay Keenan and siste Ed-, sections of concrete sidewalk recently j states' that the tvphoid epidemic is airs- ibuUt. not so D. _ Simpson, who .has been missionary work along the new irxi- gation ditch in the Sweet Valley f4is- on Westminster Road in North Ward, trict, leaves today to resume his then as wooden crossings are being built logical studies at the Provincial :ni- are the gyeste ot Mr. anil I. .Michael Davitt, a.- ex-mounted noiv and po- of the camps which were quarantined Dan E. Rogers, supposed j wanted by the authorities to be i the B. C. Provincial police'at Nei-! the ditches will not suffer any hard- er Great! son. B. C., and now in the fruit- ship this winter. J. W. Helms has returned frcm his Falls on a serious charge, was yes- j land, business. j ter-day sentenced. 'by Magistrate Ball j Alfred Haughton aad Thomas Blair, i homestead twenty miles i-ast o[ j to ten days' imprisonment for va- from the Buffalo Hills district near River station and has "esiimed his i Tom Romanchuh and W. High River, have been spending a few I work in the Ellison Milling Co. of- Starchuk, ra whose posse-si on when days with S. M. Brook." North "Leth- nee: Mr. Heims published a letter in I arrested, were found four beer glass- 'bridge. Mr. Haughton has not been j the Herald some' time ago compiain- es, evidently pilfered from some sa- j in Lethbridge for four years and is I loon, were fined S3 and costs each greatly surprised at' the many for being drunk and disorderly. j changes he has seen here. Your friends will be great- ly pleased if you send them a box of our Fresh Cut Flow- ers. Koses Carnations Asters Sweet Peas rarni norel to; Coraer Ashmead and Dufferin Phone 577 PALMA SOAP" Slade of Palm and Olive Oils -with Xauiral Palm Xut aroma, is delightful for the toilet, nursery and bath. Guaranteed absolutely pure lOc per cake or 2iic per box at Prescription Draggisis Sherlock Block Phone 1232 about the way sorr.e cattle-tncir al- low their cattle to destroy the home- steaders' crops. He says'lhat- en Ac- count of there being no pound the only thing the farmers can do turn out the cattle and be constantly en the watch to keep them from break- ing .in again. v 17.50 The Famous Belle Oak to bum soft Duplex Grates like a range, and is a coal saver and a money saver. No. 12 No. 14 No. 16 new C o. tee's Rotting tys- Some people have wonder- ed why it is that we do the bulk of the lumber business, not only here in town, but for miles around. Surely there is nothing mysterious about it; nothing to wonder at. The quality and assort- ment of our stock is reason enough for that, even our prices net as low, or low- er, than can be obtained else- where hereabouts. If you arc not a customer of ours, just give us "a trial next time you want anything in lumber or building mater- ial. No matter .what, nor how much of it, seevour stock and get our prices. ACADfA BLOCK North Yarrf, 523 4ft NOEL'S MEATS. FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE. HAM, TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Full Line LIME JUICE. GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER, ETC. Craddock Viner .-.inKiG FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 JUST RECEIVED A large shipment of S. -V. "W. LAP A -Household Lacquer All the world is talking of LAGQUERET and the wonderful things that anybody can .accomplish with it. It is the. ideal Home Brightener. makes old Furniture, Moors and Woodwork look like new. Call we'lltell yon all cibout it. V "-For sale bv v" T- McKeown Hardware Co. Lt3. Corner of Duff erin and Round Street We ship out of town- daily. The Choicest of Everything in season is always to be had at tne Menii and Prbes to'Sult All --ATLAST "We have our own Phone. We will no.-w be able to give you better than'ever. When von want THE HOLSUM KIND GILMORE, THE BAKER Kussall Street. North Ward. ortant Offering of Fall Dress Goods We are showing a large range .of new "Diagonnl Serges" in a 'variety of shades and weaves, an "All Wool" material, maxmfctured by the best houses. One price, 60c Yard. KIMONA FLANNELETTES Just arrived in the new "Paisley" patterns and. beautiful" Oriental design: also plain "polka dot" in numerous shades. These are exceptional values at 12 1-2 and 15c Yard. Special For Wednesday 1000 YDS. ROLLER TOWELLING A plain white towelling with blue border, strong and durable, YOURS TOMORROW YARD ;