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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald ________________ THE PLACE TO STATf li Is til U1LU IBU For 1 month we will give CENT On special lines of [RANGES In order to make room for our r.ew stock. Call and inspect for your- self- THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box (570 Dr. Poultry I'ah-u-iv a is the prescription of Dr. Hess (M. D D.V.S..) ami is guaranteed to increase -.-gfr production sufficient to pay for itself liiany times besides relieving gapes, era. rcup, indigestion, etc. It costs only a penny a day for 30 Mvk udditt'W! esg per month will pay for The Pan-a-ce-a. .Come in and get Dr. rless Poultry Pan-a-ee-a. ibs. 35c; 5 Ibs., _ Instant Louse Killer Kills Lice For Sale at j.BJigintottamSCo.Ltd Family and Dispensing ilLeft I I Alone 4 CITY AND DISTRICT Fifteen new settlers arrived last night for Xew C. B. Bowman has returned from a few days trip to Winnipesr. The Gun Club will hold it? weeklv shoot tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. The Hospital Aid will meet at the of Quality Just Received Fresh Cabbage Oranges AND Washington Apples PHONE 21 G. BiiHtii Oil. I] Qnfy iiSiBfi Grocery Stupe in Git] THE WEATHER .Median-.' Hut. clt-ar Winnipeg, cloudy Retina, clear Edmonton, fair Calgary, fair I.ethbritlge. fair............... Forecast. .Manitoba and wan fresh north west windy, cold with snow Hurries. lino and mild. 44 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. CITY AND DISTRICT. .Mrs. T. -M. Evans received a from Denver, Col., this morn- residence of Mrs. Mewburn on Sat- telling her the sad news of tho urday at 4 p.m. of mother yesterday. .T-as. A. Mai-Uoaald is working on The sacrament of tie Lord's Sup- plans for n foreman's cottage to lie per administered in Knox erected on the Experimental Farm, church on -Sunday at the morriiritj Don't forget the children's big Ted- serv-fce. Preparatory service will he dy Bear matinee tomorrow afternoon beltJ in the school room of the church at the Eureka. Three prizes given tllis evening; at S o'clock, away. Miss H. A. Uempsey. A.T.C.JM. Ba- ft. W. Day general agent of the che-lor of iFusic. is expected froin.thfi Home Accident Insurance Company. East in a few weeks to open classes was in the city yesterday. in Piano. Orpwn. and Theory. 3Iiss The J. Brown Co. are driving a Dernpsey comes well recommended, new outfit the old one was having in past few years been pre smashed in a paring classes for the Toronto Con- Mrs. Adam Link will not receive to- servatory examinations, morrow The regular weekly auction F. E. Gardner has been transferred, the city market corrals tomorrow .from "Winnipeg to the ticket office of; at 2.30. the C.P.R. at The Weber Healty Co. yesterday Two carloads of settlers' effects; ggQ acres to itr. George Bel- yta Drug and Book Co, Specialists 'l. i LCTIIiifiiE went out to Magrath on the regular train this morning. Send along your entries for the city I market weekly auction sale. Jt has come to stay. mont of Lacrosse, Wis., which he in- tends to bring- under cultivation this year. Mr. Belruont is one of the most progressive farmers from that section and he says that after seed- Quarter Section 9 roiles from To-wn, 30 acres fall wheat, all good land, small cash payment, balance crop payment. StiiM land Co. Ltd. Capital Surplus, (Offices Shepard Block.) Y. 5. Shepmrd, Manager. -Winnipeg Fire In- surance Co. A number of new touring1 cars arej ing there will be a large number of cutting a dash around-the city just j his neighbors come here to look over now. The latest arrival 'is that of j this country. vV. A. Blenner Hassett. Horses, cattle, implements, etc., Children come to the Eureka mat- j for sale each week at the city market I inee tomorrow and hear little Miss (Sale at 2.30. Rafferty. The South Albert Lumber Co. pur- The meeting-. of the Council of the Board of Trade did not materialize i examining baggage and has examin- I ed about twenty trunks a day for the j last few -days. I Help to establish ;a regular ex- 1 change in the city by doing business at your own city market. purpose. Some good entries 'for tomorrow's sale at the market. .See list. W. L. Wilson is conducting an D.. B. Learv from PavriesviTie. tion sale at Bonnell artd liverv barn tomorrow afternoon. his ad for particulars. Last night eight cars of settlers f _ T. -j j i That well-jtnown rancher and effects amved ior Lethbndge ami i. T, f T breeder Plarrv has some for points on the A. i. i _ _- carloads of pedigreed horses j63 entered. for the @arhct S. M. Peterson from'Fairmont, from Barrie. went through to j JN. D.; Edwin Bathke and William Nanton. from Olivia, each i with a car of effects for Lethbridge. G. Johnson, from Redwood Falls, Minn., has a car of Smith, the city's consult- m ing engineer and as assistant, W. E. Kensit are in the city going over the tenders for the power plant with the local engineers. A report will made to the cyuncil as soon as it is completedL Messrs. Wilson and Stafford bought three lots in North Ward for resi- dence and a business lot on Ford St. which they will erect their blacksmith shop. A. E. Ives nego- j tiated. the deal. Just two more nights to see the fun- niest comedians ever in Lethbridge at the Eureka. a car of effects for "Warner. are deroid of thought. A man who can't think fe part all hope and salt can't save him. The saving quality of the subject before us is clearly defin- ed m the excellence of LUMBER AT THESE YARDS. IVi an easy matter to verify the sav- ing you can make in patronizing us by gettinf our figures. Besides lum- ber here always reliable. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld TiliifciMn 83 193 KODAKS And Eastman photogra- phic supplies. On 'the. FRESHNESS ojt these goods depend re- suits. We have them ar- rive every week by express i J. J. Johnston jj FietrriptkJP Omffist i k -QUALITY QUARTERS- Gardening Tools STEEL RAKES 12 tooth.............65 14 tooth.............75 16 tooth............ .85 MALLEABLE RAKES 12 tooth.............45 14 tooth........v -56 GARDEN HOES Solid Socket.........60 Solid Neck...........45 SPADING FORKS 4 Tine Staffonl-Upcy Co. If you live out o! town write of. We have Fresh Fniit and Vegetables arriving daily con- sisting of Florida Tomatoes. Radishes, tJrewi Onions, As- paragus, Lettuce. Rhubarb, Bananas, Grape Fniit etc. THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PROMPT _ DELIVERY I chased through A. E. Ives seven lots at lunch time yesterday, there not I on Courtland St. east, on which they i being a quorum. Informal discussion I will erect cottages. A party ID I took place regarding some methotl of 1 Frank bouirht two lots in the accommodating the larjje number of 1 block. i transients who tome daily to Forty-tbretr pieces of baggage came j city. Messrs. Xoarse and Gunninff-j ofT the last night for ,Leth- i hara will wait upon the council uy bridge and New Dayton. 'j discuss the matter-of putting; a nuin- The Customs Officer is kept busviber of tents on the square for this 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 Sole Agents, THE NOT TOGGERY NELSON GOW n 10 lots all within f mile of Central School, south j east end of City. terms. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 Now is the time" to Buy Your EASTER SUIT We have just received today a large shipment of new styles and patterns in men's Fit-Reform Suits for Easter trade. Jf yon have not bouglit your spring suit now is your time to get the very newest style out. Prices to Specials in Blue Serge Suits We are showing special values In Men's Blue'and Black Serge Suits. These suits are beautifully tailored thrcngli- our. perfect fitting. Special prices and McKelvie McGuire Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge NOTICE City of Lethbridge Entries for Auction Sale Tomorrow Saturday at 2.39 at thy i CifY MARKET CORRALS 1 sorrel inure. 5 years i bay mare. 4 years (both broken ami 1 black uiare. 7 years 1 black mare, 8 years 1 bay mare. 7 years 1 brown gelding, 6 years 1 black gelding, 5 years Further entries received up to time of sale F. G. Waddington Market Master The Ironitu Brand manu- factured from puie Eng- lish lead. Quality guar- anteed, no piuvr paint in the market and no fancy prices by adding 'oiig pro- fits. We sell our paint for per gallon. House Puiiit Roof Paint Shingle Stain .Floor Paint Carriage Paint Boiled and L nseed Oil The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Cor. Dufferin and Round Street Settler's Record L. R. Hamaer from Eedwood Falls, Minnesota; J. J. Drost from Leeds. R. C. Farris of the city office, taken to the hospital yesterday mom.; ing suffc-rinir from pneumonia. THAT MAN RAFFERTY j The Eureka this -week is surely ex- i celling itself and Lethbridge r5 apparentliy appreciate fact 1 judginjr by the packed houses at each j evening's performance. The pictures! are both interesting, highly entertain-1 ing and instructive, and tht- vaude- ville acts are the real thing. Clarke and Turner, the talking, singing and dancing comedians are about as fine as they make them. The Rafferty's are making a great hit in their or- iginal Irish "sketch: Mr. Eafierty. is just about the best Irishman that has.struck the town and his clever production of the proverbial comedian is decidedly high class. NEW THINGS FOR 8 A Store full of the Latest Spring Merchandise, Priced as Low as Good Goods can be Sold For NOVELTY as low as.........26c to NOVELTY as low as 2Sc upwards to NOVELTY HAND half price at inch, all silk. Special at 2 yds. lor 25c and Embroidered Hose in Black and Colors. Lisle and Silk; black and colors. net, chambray, lawn and streer muslin and ex- ceptionally large stock, of the latest and daintiest things for Easter wear AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES. DRESS tlj'4 st-ock. you'll be surprised at the variety of styles and trims "shown in ready-to-wear skirto. They come in and Broadcloths, Serges and Fancy Stripes. Priced from .......-----..................W-M I A. Macdonald Co. I Special Saturday Sale 5 qrs. Wexford Note, 5 .packages envelopes. .Kegnlar.82.50. for.... 6 qrs. Puritan Wove 5 packages (h-l Envelopes. 32.50 value for.-........ 35c Initial Pads for 2Sc iFor 7Sc Covered Novels, 25 cent value 2 FOR 25c Lethbridge Views for Book Store 1 Door West Of Onion Bank Phone 251 Agents For UNDERWOOD WJTOTERS APRIL SALE Do not forget our Discount Sale lasting till April 1.5th. 20 per cent, off all CARPETS, RUGS, CUR- TAINS and LINOLEUMS Here arc some, of our SPECIAL LINES of REAL IRISH POINT LACE CURTAINS, extremely- fine net, exquisite drawing room designs White-only. 3 a.-m 3 ]-2 long. Per REAL BRUSSELS NET and lace like, fine strong net, with handsome worked design. Per pair BOBBINET Point d'Espnt 45 inches wide. Fer yard........................... NOVELTY LACE strong net., suit- able for bedrooms. Per yard ......20c 35c and 50c BOOK MUSLIN frilled, inser- tion, trimmed in Greek pattern, white only Icr vard.............................35c and 50c BEST ENGLISH MADRAS CURTAINS-In cream yard HUDSON'S BAY CO. i Town Property is Fine Buying Now. We Have It. W. R ;