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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta SKEITH (ttte) ttat) INSURANCE THE FLACC TO STAY iV n CASH mi ii In buying goods pay cash. aiso buy in cur- load lots. This means, thai 'we do by this method lay -goods down in Lethbridge 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than we ordinarily could. In purchasing from us we give you the advantage of our buying, but in order to buy for cash we must sell for cash, so please do not ask us for credit as we will not be able to grant your request. _.Oar goods are the best we can get and the prices are just as low as. we can possibly make them consistent with the quality. Remember that we for Cash the McKeown-Hick ii Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE 62 Prescription Is the most important work we do. We take a great deul of pains to do it right. As soon as "you Ic-avc. your pre- scnptiou in our store it -is placed iu the hands of men of high -'qualification, client ists of wide experience and special training in prescrip- tion work. We dispense any prescrip- tion, written on any pad by any physician. Bring it to JJ.HigiRbotliaiiCo.LU. Family and Dispensmz Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Nifcht Clerk The Store of Quality Dutch Set and Shallot Onions Also wontOorn plant Corn! corns oiirjlhocs, wish to announce arrival of our Spring'Footwear Come.iee what we have prepared (or you. We are certainly bowing the choicest footwear for awl children. Many new ideas. Our as usual satisfactory' F COW CO. Nelson Fraser WEATHER BULLETIN Edmonton, cloudy 44 Calgary, cloudy 16 Lethbiidge, cloudy............ 3Q Medicine Hat, clear 43 Prince Albert, clear 32 fair JfJI. tie-tint pipit MI ffi liNi Nirtt iirt, Win per to Memt ALBERT E.IVES lew VQHierHedi 14-T CITY AND_DISTR1CT Juil Virtue of Madeod, spent Sun- day in the city. Expert shoe repairing at V. Ger- man's- Shoes and heeled in thirty minutes at F. German's. B. S. Magniih was 'cloudy 40 city over Sunday. j Winnipeg, clear -10 W. A. Magraw of Calgary'has been j Arthur, clear 30 32 hi the city .several days. j Bulletin From Central Dr. Galiivan went to Warner., this fine and, uiodcr morning on official business as Gov-'htely cold. Tuesday Fine with high- Vrnment veterinary. er temperatures. Saskatchewan and 1 J. T. Smellic oi Raymond shipped1 Alberta, fair today and on Tuesday j two carloads of seed outs to Calga- milder. TO SHOE. THt, you A A9LE SUItE yOU WISH A ;A COME TO US Afi1> LET US SELL TAIH Or SHOES. SU'JtE 'SHOES. you WISH FOR ARTISTIC Wall Papers I GO TO lOBEITSON'S BOOI STORE 1st tear lest BfllniBu lank Phone 251 ry'last week. Tonight is social evening at the 'Westminster Guild. A good pro- gramme is prepared. D. E. Hunter, of Dnyton, 0., the a mfuss mcct. founder "of was in thej Mrs. Barford will1 hot receive on Wednesday. 1 W. C. Simmons went to Raymond i this morning. He will return to- iug of labor men at the Labor Union city yesterday. Hall this evening.' Tho Maple Creek Signal announces g Dunbftr hag worfe Qu that F. W. Downer has resigned from a douWc the Mapie Creek Council. sWc the Arlingtoh Hotel. The build lloselton has ordered a com- jng WJn DC of and will be reut- COME TO US AJfD LET US SELL you x or -WAZ-JC-OVJE-R- SHOES. TO SUttE yOU WISH A. OF SHOES THAT WILL LAST yOU A LOJVG TIME WELL ALL THAT TIME. COME TO US JiffD LET US SELL you A TAIH or SHOES.' TO-BE yOU -DO JfOT.wisH, TO -BE HELD UT THE THICE. Don't forget J. F. RODGERS and S. BQRRUP ABE IX THE plete new barber shop outfit to re- place that burned a. week ago. Trainmaster I.: Chudleigh, ,of {of was to was in the cityjhave taken" place ai' Medicine Hat (Hi. The convention of the Canadian Cranbrook, B. yesterday. 1 Gcb- G.' Koss of the St. Marys, (was in Iho" City this summer has been dropped foi tliis year (he Quebec Ter centehaiy celcb'ratron attracting al Fred SfcFarland' of Moose Jaw ac- j the eastern men. [coinpanied him; Some one wanting a clothes pros John Oumv of Stonewall, llau., badly or perhaps wishing to jrc AA I head of th'e firm of J. Gunn Sons, j rome cheap lumber stole a clothes A GOOD SPONGE a. luxury as "well as a necessity for both toilet and bath. We have, them in great profusion and-un- equalled for QUALITY and PRICE. is in 'the city.- press chat was in T. M. Evans' yard J. G.- McCror, of Okotokg, istAs no onc saw it. taken away, to have "D. D. conferr- ed upon him by GO! lege, The -Taber Pree Press saj-s: llov. Jones has been very ill this week from la grippe." We arc pleased to THE A COME TO US A A Or SHOES. WHICH COST, you ss.oo. LET, us SHOE you'R WHOLE -WILL UOtMO'S SM The Home of Swell Clothes DRAYING IHSINESS Nothing too tig Nothing too small We arc offering the best lots in the Northward at not known' how. handily the partie managed to carry it off. Two cars "of horses and tt two cars of graders' outfit went through this morning from Arming- ton, to "Edmonton, .to "work learn he'is somewhat better. [on the. Grand Trunk Pacific railway The Brewery Co. is converting lhcj construction. The A.K.M. Co. ex- old brewery into a bottling house, j 1carloads of outflts H to go nonth from the States (taring putting in brick, walls instead of the j fe- s old wooden partitions. W. C? went to Raymond this the, day. -He uill this "evening.' Rev. Prof. Kilpatrick, formerly" of Manitoba' -Winnipeg, is like- ly to be made principal of Knox Col- lege, Toronto. He is well known'in Lethbridge. ililton L. formerly of Tab- cr and latterly of Orton, near'Mac- leod and well known in Lethbridge has purchased land and will make his home in the future at Gridley, Cal- 1 few weeks. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time -T. Simons left lost uight for Weyburn, Sosk., where he will take charge of a branch that the Leth- bridge-Brewing Malting Co. are opening there. W. J.. Nelson, of Xelson TYaser, has returned frorn_a .months' trip to: his home, in Fergus, BrantforU, and j other eastern points. 1 A. H. Legge and J. E. Mercer oi Reginn, C.P.u! surveyors, arrived in the city Saturday night to take nor ma. E. A. Lilly of Calgary adjusted' the loss of R. Wallace, and A Hos- elto'ii.-'for the Yorkshire Fire. Insur- ance Co., Phoenix of Harford, "ford Ins. and the Atlas Ins' Co. represented locally by H. -T. H. Skeith arid C. TJ. Bowman. The tb- tal insurance to bekpaid is Mr. I5urmis, was in 'Ta- bor, last week for the purpose mak ing preparations, -to have pros- pect holes sunk S x S about half a part in the surveying bridge-Maclcod road; of the Lcth-: mile apart and two .miles of the town. If turns out Th> Raymond .JRustler reports that iliss TilHc Wnlto'n of Taber and Wal- ter Bcrrysea Saturday -last for Salt Lake City where they were to be married. j As a lady children were driving down Rcdpath St. yesterday the team fright soon were control, jsi the driver, a lad oi: 12 years of age pluckily" them. Whei opposite the Hank D King, taking in 'the situation, rush cd to the- horses-'heads an'd succcedct in stopping them. and preventing what might have r been a; serious ac- ROM Best Ice Gream; Purest Candy 1 Each i down and monthly Also two lots Avenue water and sewer Cash C.B. Bowman Agency P.O. BUck Phwe 200 elves and milk their- cows, another idustry; will grow, up whieji'this istrict is. maia- ain. Ii is'now up to the with the cows.'' We trust they will espond the dairy nisiness a success and reap the mon- ey harvest awaiting them thereby. Another family -arrived Thurs- Uiy from Saskatchewan .and have rented the premises 'formerly occu- pied by MrvF. H. Snow. W. 0. Lee and company located all of- the above parties as tenants. New Coal -Company H. Brown, and Brown, who recently.investigated the coal proposition offered by Magrath parties have .made a very favorable report-and .as a, .result 36 per eeiit. of. the stock'will be held here. Those interested participating'-from ..this' point .are E. Harlc'er, Edw. J. Wood, .Brown.. Homer Woolf, A HOME One finest Lethbridje, containing II i corns, 'folly modern. Also good stable. Located on four lots in the best resi- dence section of the city. Price Terms Alberta Realty Co I New Boots to Ordor. All kinds of Kepaii-s J. R. VAN HAARLEM Shop Westminiter Road (_ Helen Street Residence 1213 Courtland your order at H. Goodman's, Gent's 'Furnishings, Red path Street. Uthkridse. Alia., DRAYING! -All kinds of DRAYING promptly attended to. COAL delivered to any part of the for per ton HAYRTRANSFtRCo meeting last evening. There was a of each superintendents of eight schools be- ing jjn being c'cels Bertizer." and Thp nreliminarv work consisted SHORT BLOCKS Price Nortk Tract At the A. Y. P. A. meeting toi hijght the subject discussed will be Sunday Observance. Every one pre- sent is expected to give a statement of views on the subject. C. F. Harris went to "Edmonton this morning, to. nrgue the Houk ap- peal case before the full Supreme Court en bane. The Court sits to- morrow and the Houk case will pro- bably be taken on Wednesday. IT Charlie Palmer will call at the Post bo. will .learn to his advantage.. "Anyone knowing of his (whereabouts will please communicate with the postmaster. I. of Calgary, prominent- ly interested'in'the Calgary Milling Co., and the Kan Clnir Lumber Co. j will be in the city this evening on his .way south: satisfactorily, Vfc will hr.vc another cidrat as the horses were houding for big mine in Talwr by next-fall. The 1 the coulee. Coomb-> and H. _ to all "interested in another coal' The preliminary company riiippingMnlo this market.! a general talk'on Teacher Be- Horsa Show' Today at ,1 o'clock p.m., company belongs to Montreal anct England. The informal' smoker given by the Knights of -Pythias lodge in honor of the rJ of O. P. grand organiser on Saturday night was well attended. A splendid pro- gramme including a from Mr. Lambourrict. was. tendered and re- freshments Mr. Lam- bourne is in the city today in "the interests of the Jrvrnl Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Go's excellent Bock Beer brewed es- pecially for tht holidays, on tale next week in bottles and kep, and will be on tap in of the city. t the sec- ond annual Horse Show utider the auspices of the Cardston Agricultural bocifcly will ba Not so many will be seen outside points as last yearv but will be a fine .local display "however. W. P. Robinson, reprcscntjng .the Canada LawJ.Tlook Co., Toronto, is in the city. Miss Grimm, of the Herald stuff, who was operated upon for appendi- citis at. the Gait hospital lost wtrk. is getting along nicely. FOR SALE T Six or seven teams to pounds. Can-be seen at R. _W. H. Moore, owner I M-CUMIISHIIN CO. in c.r.i TIKIS Worth Baseball Goods Just arrived Balls, Bats, Gloves Masks, etc. J. j. Johnston For SALE Some Choice Lots in the On Sattirday 'between Mann street and Burdett, a brown leather hand- hag containing and cheque: Finder plenn> to Herald Offi- Mr. Bradshaw, of Magrath, is on hand 'to' uphold the honor of the Percherons.' The- Clydes will have the pull for the largest number .of animals' and those are exceptionally good. Mr. Jas. Hauser, President 'of the Cardston Agricultural Society has the biggest string of Clydes. He has >een the' great promoter ol Clyde in- erest in this district for some years past. Th e Sun d ay Schoo i U n ton Meeting The Sunday Schools of the Alberia Stake held their regular monthly fore the Coombs. Several interesting were read before the various departments among the best being one upon--the "Importance oi.Clear-and Correct Class by Miss Louie Lee. After re-assembling there were some I good .numbers very fine Water on Street W.R.DOBBIN Dealer, in Laitda and Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE, -ALTA: THE CARDSTOH BUDGET Cardston, A ner, with their families arrived -witK a car of effects yesterday and will find temporary quarters fn the Snow Block. .These rbave "Uken an option on tho Dairy Plant near the Kimball Bridge and. purpose running that busines one, year when they can purchase if they, so desire, on very good terms." They.. will, make both butter and cheese, there is a country trib utary -this plpint the fann ers and ranchers them- by Miss the "May For Sale .CHOICE LOTS IN At EACH and S5 monthly G.C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block bass solo "On the Bounding Billows" by Mr. Franfcr Layne was much en- joyed and the story told Addie Robinson entitled .Queen" was listeiited to very atten- tively and the Ulk of Bp. J. A. Ham- mer showed the Cardston Sunday- School tO( be on a par with those in the .South'. After the. meeting "ihe young peo- ple, spout two" hours in "tripping the light- fantastic." The law office of. Mr. W. Laurie will now. be found in the upper oi the uU. The re; rom the Calioon was made day- bwsy in our town Good Buys LOTS IN.' Rivcryiew 'Well iocatetl- each Terms v 2 Lots, Block 61, on spnr track, each. Terms When you want to buy city property see me. My prices are right. R. V. Gibbons OU. Block nmlll Jlis for farming arc in readiness and ho "is'', also "re- minding many of their. Tabernacle dues. Few rncn nre_ Inisic-r tncse'days than Mr." Towner. BROS. to G. L. M ;