Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
H J. H. SKEITH (Wtiq lioci) V" FIRE INSURANCE: e Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY IB the Utlll MTU THE J Our Flint iaeHrriiied! just finished un- loading a car of Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes, Etc. The new stock is a full line in color and quantity. The McKeown-Hick J Hardware Coy. Successors to Btodlc Stafford and Hick WaVely PHONE A word about SPICES The only pepper of com- merce is mostly ground eocoamit shell mixed inferior cayenne pepper.- Our powdered .n THE SEMI-'XEA'Dy CO. JiOT JVAJCJEJ- you FEEL GOOD ojv THE A.JVD LOOK GOO'D THE OVT- SIDE. "BUT MAILES yOU FEEL GOO'D Oft IfiSIVE yVHA.TEVE'K. COMTAJiy yOU A-RE. THAT WELL DRESSED FEEL- IJfG IJT COMFO'RTA'BLE AJVD yOU GET THAT COMFORTABLE FEELIfiC IF yOU WILL WE AH CLOTHED WE WILL SELL yOU. yOU''-CAJf K.JVOW THAT yOU A-KE DUESS- ED IF yOU yOUH CLOTHES us. US THAT SIS yOU HAVE TO FOH A SUIT VOU. MAy THAT yOU WILL GET A SUIT FOH THAT WILL( K.EET you F'ROM GOIJVG TO THE CEffTE'R OF THE FLOO'K WHERE yOU MAy 'BE. town. The WE HAVE STILL ABOUT ZOO SUITS WHICH WE A'RE OFFE'RIJVG AT HALF THE 'REGULAR VR1CE; THAT MEAJfS mo LjiiM-uuj my has ceased for .t i ,1 f.o.b. nn t bcring the lowest time waiting for the pipe ordered the city. of those north lots alxnit oue block from the school each cash and ?5 per inouth R.V. Gibbons Ott Block There will be a meeting ..of t.iu Hos- pital Ladies. Aid at the residence of I Mrs. George Rogers on Saturday ternoon at four o'clock. Chairman Fieeiwood wtnt ovnr to the Central School yesterday and rang the fire alarm. Inside of Phone 63 and have your back H 0 ty-five seconds: Hie school was omp- vards cleaned before the warm wea-j 7 i ther comes. Geo. Hiirrower, lormcrly with the J. D. McKelvic Kclvie returned .Tas. McDarling, managt'r of the Calgary Clothing Co.. spent Tuesday in town. .Messrs. Host' and Bell shipped two carloads of horses to this morning. SUITS FOR S6.7S S15.OO S7.5O S17.5O S8.75 f S2O.OO SW.OO THESE ARE RARE BAR- GAIJfS The and Miss F. Mc- to their home in Brandon Tuesday. like a fine clean yard. Havr Transfer Co. will leave j place :tidy. Phone ISO.. Blair formerly with J. D- nbotham Co. has gone to'Toronto o spend a few months at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. "E. E. Reynolds last night from a six veeks" trip through California and Mexico. The Southern Alberta Wool Grow- ers' Association will meet at the Dal as Hotel on Wednesday evening Ap- ril the Sth. Don't Forget J. F. RODGERS and S. BORRIP AHE IJs THE A. L. Foster has on his farm south started seeding of Lcthbridge, some spring wheat having been sown this morning. If Medicine ITat imposes a ?100 fee on opera houses Willis Cosgrove will cancel their lease of the Opera House in that city. DRAYING CflXMM BUSINESS Nothing too big Nothing too small If you want your yard cleaned up and cleaned up properly, ring up Phone 'Wm. Taylor. Mrs. .T. T. Hings held -the coupon numbered GG5 which drew the sewing machine offered by the TTayr Trans- fer Co. The machine is valued at S45. Hon. T. Finlay, Minister of Ag- riculture. has headed the donation list for the new Masonic temple in Medicine Hat with n subscription of 8300. Northwest Jobbing Commission Co. in this city, but riow of Cam- rose, Alta., is in; the city today re- newing acquaintances. The sacrament of the Lord's Sup- per will be administered in Church on '3und-iy morning. The preparatory service will "be held to night (Friday) ai e'ght The Macleod Junior Football and Baseball teams are coming to the city to play the school teams a match at, each game tomorrow, base- ball at 10 a. m. and football at H n. in. W. A. Bowins of Fontypool, Ont., and H. Kidwar. of TIazell. N. D.t ar- rived last night over the C.P.R. with carloads of effects to settle in Loth- bridge. N. N. Hayes of Montpcllier, j Idaho, and A. J. Stone of Kalispel, Mxmt., came in over the south line on their way to settle at Gleichen and Crossfield respectively. Gus Neidig of the Leth- bridge Opera House has just return- ed from a business trip to Calgary Kindling SHORT BLOCKS Price iiDfl Delivered At our Yard where he secured the rcengagement of the Arington, Comedians. Tie saw the comptiny pluy at that city and says they are putting up even a bet- ter i lay than they did when at Lcth-, bridge. They have secured two addi- tional characters and are always sure of the public. will be in Leth- bridge on Monday, April Gth, and will play each evening until April ll'Lh. MV. Neidig assures the public a first class entertainment. i CO. OKI TIE If.I. TRICK PURE FORMALINE Minneapolis, Minn. March 24, 190S. Mr. J. J. Johnston, Druggist, Alta. Canada. Dear Sir: T beg to submit you results ol my analysis of your Form- aldehyde or Formaline. This was analyzed by the "Potash Test" which is used by all an- alysts, and your Formaline is as high as any tested and at least 10 per cent, higher than the average, containing as it docs slightly over the test of 40 per cent. Enclosed you will find ac- curate analysis which you may publish if nectarry as it would be a good the farmers to know where to gel such an excellent grade of Formaline as this. Awaiting your pleasure for any other analyses you may wish. Yours very truly, E. PAYNE. HIGH JINKS AT COLEMAN Frank, April Paper says: Inspector Belcher was up yesterday to try a case against Proprietor Mor- ton of the Coleman hotel on a charge of fighting and another charge laid by .Inspector Whittier based on the fact that a dog kennel is kept in the hotel and that the premises are un- cleanly. The first charge was the outgrowth of a fight between Morton and Campbell McPhf-rson some days apo in which both-men fought fer- ociously for about fifteen minutes, i The coses wore remanded for a i week. For SALE Some Choice Lots in the North Ward W.R.DOBBIN Dealer hi Alberta Lands and Lethbridfce Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Easter Sale IS BOOMING WE HAVE BEEN KEPT VERY BUSY SINCE THE OPENING DAY. THOSE WHO HAVE PURCHASED CAN TESTIFY OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE "HERE ARE. A FEW THINGS TO THINK SILKS Checks and A good wearing silk that will hot in a variety of colorings. Worth reg- SALE Per' vard VICTORIA LAWN A .Splendid .Fine Shear Lawn. 25C per yard. SALE PRICE is Worth easily 15c CHILDREN'S DRESSES 12 Dresses, small chock nicely trimmed with braid and buttons, full skirts. Sizes from 6 to 12 years. A good school dress worth regular SALE PRICE Each EMBROIDERIES 50 Pieces greatest value you _ ____ ever saw. That's what the SALE PRICE Per yard .Worth loc. and .2Gc All one price..Sc ladies say, 8c T PRINTS AND GINGHAMS All our English Prints and regular 150 kind SALE-PRICE Per yard WHITE QUILTS 10-4 Marsilles Bed Quilts, fine quality. Regular Price SALE PRICE........................ 1.75 ALSO ON Gloves, Shirts, Suits, Vests, Suspenders, Ladies' Coats, Dress Whitewear, Ribbons, AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER ARTICLES THE: QA s H STO R E: A, MacdonaM Co, ODUTHARD'S STORE The Home of Swell Clothes SPRING FOOTWEAR; We wish to announce the arrival of our Spring Footwear. Come, sec what we have prepared for you. We are certainly showing the choicest footwear .for men, women awl .-children., Many new ideas. Our prices as nsuai v.'ill be satisfactory F COW CO. Lethbridge J! site tte firstparent'on a lot iiHortt Hart, balance No interest ALBERT E. IVES Joain 2, Oliver Block PHONE: Just Arrived Government Standard FORMflllH Guaranteed 40 per cent. Formaldehyde, the .great -destroyer of s M UT We are offering the best lots in the North Ward I Each down and. monthly in seed grain PHONE 272 'FREE DELIVER? Anywhere, any time Ufcrta Drag look Co. 1.1. ifmwa Also two lots t Argyle Avenue 1 water and sewer I Cash! A SNAP :i C.B.BomnRpncy: P.O.BlKk f HE MATTER OF SELECT! The average tailbr sliows a few patterns at a price. In "Progress Clothing you have unrestricted choice of ALL that is and good and st3'lish. The most, exact- ing man can easily be satisfied with such, gener- ous assortments as "Protrew Brand" provides. Suits and Overcoats to fit all and suit all tastes. LOOK FOR LABBI, THAT PROTECTS. ,09 McKELLVIE McGUiRE. Speech From the Throne (Continued from Front Page.) fore you. A series of bills to re- model the municipal institutions of the province has been prepared and will be duly submitted to you. A number of measures will be laid be- fore you for consideration among which will be bills relating to elec- tions for increasing the representa- tion in the Legislative Assembly and to provide for the. free distribution of text books, to amend the laws re- lating to liquor licenses and a bill respecting the consolidation of the general laws of' the'province. A state ment of the receipts and expendi- tures of the past year and the esti- mates of the current be submitted to you at an early date and you will find that the estimates of expenditxire have been prepared with due regard to economy and the requirements of the country. I now leave you for the considera- tion of the business of; the session and trust that under Almighty guid- ance your labors will result in the welfare of the people whojm you rep- resent. New Boots to Order. All kinds of Repairs t J. R. VAN HAARLEM Shop Westminster Road _ Corner Helen Street Residence 1213 Courtland Leave your order at H, Goodman's, Gent's Furnishings, Redpath Street. DRAYING All kinds of DRAYING promptly attended to. COAL delivered to any part of the city for S3.85 per ton HAYRTRANSFERCo Great Bargains in Paints H AYR BROS. to G, L, Phone 75 i"