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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB HtlNTMG AT THE HERALD TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STA> to h tH HUll MU For 1 month we will give 10PER CENT On special lines of RANGES In order to make room for our new stock. Call and inspect for your- self. THE HICK HARDWARE CO, REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Boi 670 Easter Cards and Booklets Store closes at 6.30 p.m. IDIEXTSflX'SiDDK STORE lit bur lest of iiiioi liit 261 for Underwood Typtwrittrt. Must have the best of at- tention. Some are stunted because they starve Feed them with infants' foods Our supply is always large and fresh. Then we have a large stock of Teething Rings, Nursing Bottles. Rubber Nipples, Fine Combs, Soft Brushes, Pure Soap (be careful of and ten different Talcum Powders. at J. 0, Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. Just Received Fresh Cabbage Oranges AND Washington Apples PHONE 21 6. BRADBEER CD. Oil) UIIOI SroHFj Sttrt !i Cit> We have Fresh Fruit and arriving daily con- sisting of Florida Tomatoes, Radishes, Crreeu Onions, paragus, Lettuce, Grupe Fruit etc. THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS CITY AND DISTRICT of hens to keep He is here. Who? Robert the Frojtman at the Eureka. Hygienic Water Filter A water filter will do much toward extracting typhoid germs from drinking water and you can get a good one here today for oOc that you can to the faucet. It is reversible and self- cleaningand adjustable to all sizes of faucets. Prescription Specialists impifii i T-NKa Get your seats reserved for "The Parish Priest" tonight at the Lyceum. The city police are collecting dosj THE WEATHER taxes, and also warning the owners j Calgary, cloudy the hens in their' Lethbridge, fair............... 49 West today and Tues- The stores will be closed on Good j day, fair. Tuesday stationary or a Friday. higher temperature. W R Dobbin has purchased a new fortv-five horse power Koadster Glide j CITY AND DISTRICT. automobile, which he received today., Ro" the of Ten real estate licenses were taken! violin at the Lyceum tonight. out last week by gentlemen who have! .All the members of the Caledonian no offices. The receipts from real es- j Society are requested to be around tate licenses for March were j early tonight at the Oddfellows' hall. Dan'l Sully's enormous New York i Beattie B. Mills, Hosmer, spent success at the Lyceum Sunday in the city. Parish Priest." Make your entries now at Wilson's The Winona Farming Co. have pur-; auction eooms for the .regularly week chased several pieces of land in thejiy Saturday sale at'Bonnell Fur- Stirling district from the W. R. Don-1 man's livery barn, bin Co. and ai-e coming here to i The regular meeting: of the West- farm- i minster Guild of Knox Church will Get your -seats reserved for "The j school room at eight Parish Priest." o'clock this evening. The meeting R. Schoeneman arrived in the city a i is in charge of the Missionary Corn- few days ago from Iowa and purchas j mittee. A good programme has ed a house and several lots on Duff-1 been prepared and all young people, erin St. Mr. Schoeneman will erect j especially strangers, are cordially in- a. handsome residence on. the proper- i vited. ty he purchased and will become a; in order to handle the crowds to citizen, of Lethbridge. He left this i see that greatest of array of vaudeville morning for Iowa to bring his faoa- ever seen in Lethbridge we will give ily to Lethbridge. He owns six and (three shows nightly, 7.30; 8.45 and one hall sections in the Cameron j Q.A5. AMHERST MAKE EXCELS TOU9H OUT AMD MSOLSS PROMPT DELIVERY Workmen's Shoes are our specialty. We carry a heavy stock in Miner's Roadmen's and Workmen's Shoes See our Window Our Prices are the Lowest OXFORDS! OXFORDS I We are showing all the latest in Queen Quality and America Beauty Oxfords tor Ladies and Barry and Hartt Oxfords for Men. These are all exclusive styles made on the latest lasts, and are worth seeing before buying Sole Agents, THE NOT TOGGERY NELSON GOW 4 on Bi'acc St. Riverview, close to Smith. 41 4' each, one-third cash, bal. 3 and 6 months. J IT STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 GERMAN Beside Bentley's THE SHOEMAN H. O. Haslam, barrister, of Clares- holm, is -in the city. One of the best shows ever in Leth- bridge at the.. Eureka all this week. FOE acres, house and stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. 0. Box 95. Telephone 114. y. Chow. 97-6 YOUNG LADY 1 and 2, British and Colonial Photo- Block. 97-3 tract and will develop about sections this season. three The opened Chapru an-Alexander revival yesterday in the Koo- An excellent opportunity presents pags towns from Cole, itself for people wishing to purchase raanj AIta tQ Denver B c Easter Gifts, in the Auction j While maugurated and Danced by the Presbyterian. Church it is under- stood that thos movement is entirely in the Auction of Mr. Newton's stock at the Mart, 410 Round St. servant. W. A., c-o office. Apply Herald 94-0 FOR chair, almost new, revolving and reclining, air cushion. Will sell cheap. Address Box 9, Lethbridge Herald. 97-6 The funeral of D. Prillaman, whose undenominational. untimely death occurred on Saturdav Mr. Newton, whose valuable stock, took place on Sunday mornins: to is being disposed of by Mr. F. Wad- the Public cemetery. Deceased was dington at the Auction Mart, left a promising young cornet player in {last night for Winnipeg, where he the Lethbridge Citizens' Band and will enter the hospital to undergo an was at the band practice on Tuesday night, only four days before his death. The members of the band feel their loss very keenly, as he was generally admired, and turned out twenty-five strong, to accompany the remains to their last resting place. The cortege proceeded to the ceme- tery to the solemn strains operation. CONCERT AT THE LYCEUM Enormous Crowd Attends Last Night Qrtve Receives a Big Reception The concert by Harper's Citizens of the ''Bead ...March in last night was very enthusias- At the graveside the ser-1 tically received by a large audience. The program by the Citizens Band was very elaborate and bespeaks for Mr. Harper nothing but the highest commendation and shows that he is having excellent results in his endeav- ors to furnish Lethbridge with a first amateur band, but who iborder vice was oonducted by the Rev. Wm. the band playing appropriate airs. Addison Sons 'were the un- dertakers. Among the many floral tributes placed on the casket, was one from the members of the band- Beautiful goods, splendid bargains at Waddington'i Store in the shape jvery closely on the professional; of Silver and Silver Plated j jytisg jjose Greve the clever'violin- ist brooches, bracelets, combs, stick pins, souvenir pins and spoons, etc. Get in on the bargains. WEATHER-PROOF SHINGLES We sell them! Some think all shing- les are weather proof. They are for a limited time. Then they crack, and .decay. OUR are almost as durable as iron, very much cheaper and infinitely superior to It for roofing- Builders estimating on work should get our prices on Lumber, Sash, Shingles, etc., before figuring. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23 123 4 4 On and After TUESDAY April Gth made an enormous hit with her violin solo and was heartily encored. Miss Greve has been, engaged per- manently by Manager Brown and it must certainly be said that she can-, not be improved on. She also plays mandolin, guitar, :piccalo and other instruments. I shill occupy Store in the the Oddfellow's Block 1 Directly opposite Lyceum Theatre J. J. Johnston t -QUALITY QUARTERS- Barb Wire. Woven Field Fence. Poultry Netting. Fencing Tooie. Wire Stretchers. Poet Mole .Differs. When you get the Other fellow's price Get Ours. Co. "If you live out ol town write Supplies. Western Stationery Coy., ing, ruling, legal forms. Write or call and get estimate. Look Here! Two lots close to the Nort h East corner of the barracks on Ashmead St, at Each. Terms L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdouald Block Money to Loan I have made arrangements with good companies to make advances at 8 per cent on good central prop- erty. The C. Bowman Agency P. 0. Bloek Phone 2RB KOUND STREET 1 37J by 125 feet cash, balance easy R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Don't miss seeing "The Parish at-the Lyceum tonight- Easter Holiday Rates For the Easter Holidays the ian Pacific Railway Company an- nounce a rate of fare one-third for the round trip.. Tickets will be Jon sale April 8th to April 12th, in- clusive, good to return- until April 13th. TH Dakota Pool Halt IS NOW OPEN Best Pool, Billiard and Shoe Shining Parlor in the west. Hot and Cold Bath. A fine line of cigars and Tobaccos V. RODGERS Prop. W. M- MURRAY Manager Kean Block, Opposite the Post Office, Good's Old Stand ALBERTA Choice Business and Resi' dential Lots This is situated 64 miles east of the city of leth- bridgeJp..Qn the Crows Nest Pass Division of the C. P. R. and has the celebrated "OldGlory" gas well adjoining the town- site. There is a good supply of coal and water. No invest- aient on earth like-earth itself. Buy now as prices are advancing -daily. Prices of_lots range-ircm to according location. Special prices for'blocks. Terms are one-third cash and the balance payable in. and twelve jjonths with interest at six per cent, For full particulars call or write to LUDTKE WADDELL Bow Island, AUa. SAT. APRIL 10TH AtBonnelland Furman's Livery Stable. Entries invited for horses, cattle, farm implements, buggies, wagons and har- iiess.-- W.LWILSON Pfaou 189 Aadionecr PAINT The Ironite Brand manu- factured from puie Eng- lish lead. Quality guar- anteed, no purer paint in the market and no fancy prices" by adding long pro- tits. We sell onr paint for per gallon" _ House Paint Roof Paint Shirigle Stain Floor Paint Carriage Paint Boiled and Raw Oil Cor. Dtifferin and Round Street EIGHT LOTS Duff Addition CLOSE IN EASY TERMS J. I. EAKIN CO. P. 0. Blwk Hunt 383 Just received New Samples of Gent's Suits We Trill make you a suit cheaper than you can buy ready made CITY DYE WORKS Telephone 353 Owing to the large number of lots, the Auction Sale of Mr. Newton's stock of will be continued every afternoon and evening until sold Afternoon o'clock Evening sales 7 o'clock Everything must go. An opportunity that be missed Get Your Eaiter Gifts at the Sale Frank G. Waddingtvn Phoner'201 and 387 Auctioneer Town Property is Fine Buying Now. We Have It. W. R. Dobbin Co. 122 ;