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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta nmn JOB HUNTING AT THE HERALD 1Ee Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STA> li to (to UUII HIE For 1 month we will give CENT On special lines of RANGES In order to make room for our new stock. Call and inspect for your- self. THE HICK UWE CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 FILTER THE TAP WATER with a "Hygienic" water filter. It is a reversible, self- cleaning and adjustable to all size faucets. These filters arc just the thing to reduce the chances of disease through drinking water. For Sale At J. 0. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Night clerk. of Quality Hartley's Jam and Marmalade Red Currant Jelly Black Currant Raspberry Jelly Marmalade All one pound jars These goods are guaran- teed. PHONE 21 G. IIIBEI CO. Only UNION Brocen Store IB City Today is the day we give money uway to the Presbyterian Church for their new Pipe Organ. per cent of our cash sales today gees for this j.mpcse. So if you have a little extra cash to spend help a good cause by spending it here. THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT THE WEATHER Calgary, lair ..........04 Regina, clear George Taylor, weighniaster at the Medicine Hat, trace cloudy A R. I- highline left last night for j I Duluth on a month's holiday. 58 60 61 34 12 Left Alone Bulletin JProm Central Office A few light snow falls have occurr- ed in Alberta but elsewhere in the provinces the weather has You are alone in the house. You cannot leave it. The dinner is cooking, callers are expected or the children need attention. "You need something at once from, your -drug store. Don't us and we will deliver your order in a hurry, without charge. A. E. Smith, who recently left for Vancouver, has returned and joined the Herald job department staff. The Hospital Aid will meet at the been fine and it has been quite mild residence of Mrs. Mew burn on Sat- j in all districts though during urday at -1 p.m. 94-2 Don't forget the big teddy bear mat- inee Saturday at the Eureka. Three prizes given to the children. Mr. Brown, an experisnced grocery oran from .Edinburgh, has just arriv- ed to take a position with the Good Company. The organization of the Rille Asso- ciation is progressing favorably, the prairie night it has been quite frosty. southerly wind and milder. Saskatchewan and Alberta, fresh west and northwest winds, a few lo- cal showers, but' mostly fair and duties CITY AND D1STRJCT. Greo. B. Weller assumed his as city storekeeper today. James P. Johnston, of Barn well, formerly of Bountiful, originally of promoters having now in the neigh- borhood-of thirty parties who wish to b'i included in the Woodpecker, was in the city yester- of the above town llbcrta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. I MfP. IfllUUE Quarter Section 9 miles from Town, 30 acres fall wheat, all good land, small cash payment, balance crop payment. Staidard land Co. ltd. Capital Surplus, (Offices Shepard Block.) Y.. S. Shepard, Manager. Agents Winnipeg Fire In- surance Co. of members. The Presbyterian congregation at Hagrath have purchased the pews which were in the old Knox Church m this city. These pews are being shipped today and the Magrath oeo- ple expect to have them fitted UD in readiness for the "church opening next Sunday at Magrath. See Raffertys, the Irish comedians, at.the Eureka and laugh forever. I ...C. W. Stewart of the Imperial In- vestments, Limited, was in the city yesterday and went south to Warner last night. He has just closed a large deal for the sale of acres a few miles out of War- ner. The purchasers intend to retail it to settlers. The Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. have purchased a two-acre next to the Allen Mill lot Cardston. It of the fjest is considered business sites one Smith Bros, and Wilson have been given-the contract for the fire proof to be erected by R. E. Sherlock. the town and was purchased froja James T. Brown. The company will open up their and yards there immediately, putting in a full stock of all kinds of lumber, T. S. Robertson, leader of the bridge Union Concert Band, leaves tonight for Jvelowna, B. C., where has been appointed leader of the Ke- lowna Citizen's Band. His many friends in this city are sorry to see hun leave but wish him every success at Kelowna. Rev. G. J. O. White leaves today for Summerland, B. C., where he owns considerable property. His fa- mily will remain until June, when they xvill join him. On the way Mr. White will attend the great Missionary Conference in Toronto. His many Wolfville friends will fol- him with best Aca- dian. Mr. L. Asquith having severed his connection with n. Higinboth- am has entered into partnership with J. I. -Eafcin. The new firm will be known as J. I. Ea- j kin Co. and will carry on a gen-, i eeal real estate, insurance and brok-1 erage business. Mr. Eakin will still continue his public'stenography of- fice. The .new firm will also carry a full line of typewriter supplies. The offices of the firm are in the-post of- fice block. day. The- name has been permanently fixed by the pro veniment. A post office has been opened- at that point with Mr. John- ston as postmaster. G-. A. Yaney 'and company of Spokane are pros- pecting for coal at the track anc, the prospects are the brightest, Mr. Johnston expects Barnwell to boom during the next year. Remember the big children's teddy bear matinee Saturday at the Eureka. The case of lung vs. Burnam on the charge of stealing an overcoat from the Dallas Hotel tried last week was resumed this morning. The judge had made enquiries in regard! to the accused and wanted to give: h'im a chance to make good. But it! looked as if the prisoner" had been j careless and he should suffer-for his' carelessness. The accused was fined! or in default of payment anim-i for Winnipeg and Toronto. JL EASTER GREETINGS FROM J. BROWN CO. LTD. For this season we have received a stock of hancy Dry Goods that will appeal to the Ladies of Lethbridge for elegance of design and beauty of colouring, especially selected foi The Easter Season Our sileut salesman is Directoire Belts in sky, pink, white arid black; Brusseirs net collars with' fancy trimming; elegant ruchings; a full stock of new ribbons in all shades and widths: Brussell's net for con- tirination veils; white gloves in silk, linenese and lisle: white muslin in checks, stripes and fancy patterns; white India linen; Victoria "lawn. We, also show an excellent line of light material for summer dress goods. House Furnishings Our eight colored 6 and 12 foot linoleums will draw your attention at once. They are the acme of cleanliness and the dispenser of cheerfulness to all_who use them. Our carpet squares are neat in pattern and restiul to the eye. Our Men'? and Boys5' Clothing is noted for good fit and excellent wear. Be sure and secure a suit this week. After Lent What is so pleasant as the sight of tasty viands? The salesmen in the grocery department will take pleasure in showing- pickles, sauces, fruit, in jars and tins. Oranges, Lemons, Grapefruit and Apples. J. BROWN CO. LTD. "'CERT Football Shoes Made in England with Unbreakable Toes and no metal cap. Approved of by the Football Council No player can afford to be without them. We have them a 10 lots all within mile of Central School, south J[ j east end of City. terms. I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 'Cottage on two lots modern and close in. Built in first-class style. good terms Beagle Maxwell Land Co. t t t M M t 200 Cloth Bound Copy- I right Novels J Regular Price DISPLAY JJ ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE I 1st loop pf listen lint t! Phcns 2G! Agents for Underwood Typewriters. PAINT The Ironite Brand manu- factured from pnie Eng- lish "lead. Quality guar- anteed, no purer paint-in the market and no fancy prices by adding long pro- fits. We sell our paint for per gallon. House Paint Roof Paint Shingle Stain Floor Paint Carriage Paint Boiled and Raw L'nseed Oil The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Cor. Dnfferin and Round Street CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. Downer left this morning prisonment of two months. The B. Bennett of Calgary was we- soner is to have the privilege of com-; sfint afc ilacieod as legal advisor of municating with his friends in. regard i to raising the funds to pay the fine. R. O. Ross and family has in-the city from Swift Current, Sask. He is busy building a caboose to be used as a cookhouse and family resi- dence while he is breaking- prairie near Wilson. The caboose is built on wheels so it can be moved around the country from job to job. The familyhave lived thus for two or three years and the happy, healthv children .seem to enjoy the gypsey- like life. Mr. Ross expects his outfit in today. It will consist of a. Cook- shutt engine, gang- plow, and a J.I. Case 32 horsepower Last year, with a smaller outfit he was able to break twenty-five per day and here with his new and larger outfit he will en-deavor to.sft- cure..and. maintain the record for this district. BLOCKHEADS tre devoid of thought. A man who can't think is past all hope and salt can't save him. The saving quality of the subject before us is clearly defin- ed in the excellence of LUMBER AT THESE YARDS. It's an easy matter to verily the sav- us lum- Iways Lumber Company Ld 23 123 iKODAKS And Eastman photogra- phic supplies. On the FRESHNESS of these goods, depend re- sults. We have them ar- rive every week by express mmmmftimmamafasssssssm: i J. J. Johnston B QUALITY GARDENING TOOLS STEEL RAKES 12 tooth............ .S5 14 tooth............ ;75 16 MALLEABLE RAKES 12 tooth .f.........45 14 tooth........... GARDEN HOES Solid Socket .60 Solid Neck 45 SPADING. FORKS 4 Tine Strap f 1.25 'If you live out of town write us. the Western Coal Operators. Frank G. Waddington is advertis- ing a sale of the stock m trade of Mr. Newton, of Bound St. Mr. Xewton, we understand, is re- moving east and .he has entrusted the sale of his valuable stock'to Mr'.. Waddington. There should be a big crowd tomorrow this being a perfect- ly legitimate auction sale and the goods have to be sold to the highest bidder; Chief Gillespie is'seriously thinking of asking the council to pass a bylaw enforcing the ringing of a curfew. The Chief thinks there are too manv children around the streets unattend- ed by a guardian in the evening. If the curfew bylaw is passed all chil- Work oh Fred W. Downer's resi- dence, corner Eedpath and minster started yesterday. There was a big rush at the office this morning for the .twenty j homesteads thrown open for entry.J There were ..fifty on hand) this morning, many having waited. all night. Some good'bargains in I Real Estate I by experienced, j practical engineer, aid. Box A. B., Her- 94-2 TO furnished rooms on Wallwork street one block from'West- minster school. Apply German's shoe store.' Yet to be had TheCJ. Bowman taencv P.O. itaie .94-2 i ol keys. Owner cart have .same by calling at Police Sta- tion and paying for ad. .94-0 General servant. Apply i Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, corner Ernest j Dufferin Sis. 94-0 "-carpenters. Only un- dren under fourteen years ofage men need apply. Fred'Eooiiey have to be at their homes after nine jr Holt. 'Call'.at 418, Bartlett! 94.2 o'clock, from May to September. As St. the days become shorter the curfew. room, with would ring at eight o clock. The by- without board in house, close.! law will provide for fines in cases of jn by young gentleman. Apply Box; infringements. M. K., care Herald. 94-0: CASH Two pf the best lots in RIVERVIEW On water R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTTBLOCJC T The Hayr Transfer HAS BEEN DISSOLVED William George Hole Having bought the business which he will hereafter conduct under his own name. All persons having accounts against the said company are requested to present the same for pay- ment, before April 15th, 1909, at the -tore of Hayr Bros., and all accounts due to said company are to paid at the same place before said date. Entire change of vaudeville tonight at the Eureka. WHERE? Opposite the Ellison Mills WHEN Everytime you want