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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY n n tn uau m f For 1 month we will give ,0PER CENT t On special lines of RANGES In order to make room for our new stock. Call and inspect for your- self. THE HICK HARDWARE GO. REDFATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 House Cleaning Helps LOOK OVER THIS LIST Liquid Veneer Ammonia Dutch Cleanser Sapolio Bon Ami Borax To brighten some of the picture frames use Gold Paint, Keep the hands right by using a pair of Rubber Gloves. We have them. J J. Hiptothain 8 Co.ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. of Quality Extra Special 7 Tins Canned PEARS For One Dollar PHONE 21 DL Oily Grocery Store In City W We have Fresh Fruit and Vegetables arriving daily con- sisting of Florida Tomatoes. Radishes, Green Onions, As- paragus, Lettuce, Rhubarb, Bananas. Grape Fruit etc. THE GOOD CO. PHONE M UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT are busy grading Good 97-4 I I t Easter Cards and Booklets Store closes at 6.30 p.m. ROBERTSON'S STORl 1st loir West of linos Sink Phene 25! Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Men teams Baroness Koad. The stores will be closed on Friday. Tiie new accommodation, train of the A. K. I. went south to Coutis yesterday for the first time. Bock Beer made by the Lethbridge Brewery is the best Easter drink, on draught at hotels. AW. and Mrs. A-daros returned jes- tcrday from an extended trip to Call fornia. Joe Kelcey in new specialties at the Lycsum. An advertiser in the want ad. Col-; uum received a reply today from HiU-, THE WEATHER j Lethbridge, dear............... 40 20 Calgary, cloudy ____.10 3S IS and cool Tuesday. Wednesday jnilder.__ CITY AND DISTRICT. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong- will receive tomorrow (Wednesday) and after- wards on the first Wednesday of the month. Frank Waddington, at the Second Hand Ston% reports business in his line booming. He says wus the biggest day he has had since he started in. There is a large de- mand for beds, springs and matress- es and in this particular line he de- fies competition. Bock Beer on draught in all hotels this week. I if ax. I The carloads of settlers effects are; j still coming-. Last night two came in for Lethbridge and three for points on the A. R. I- i W. L. Wilsoii, auctioneer Ladies' Suits For Easter We. are showing- Ladies' New Spring- Suits (coat and skirt) made of all- wool Amazon or Panama Cloth in plain or stripes, trimmed with buttons and satin folds, beautifully tailored, mercerised linings. Colors brown, green and navy. Sizes 34, 36, 38. A bargain at some of the articles sold yes terday at the Auction Mart, in cori- nection with the Newton sale, ware the A. magnificent 20 in. SI 3, 5-piece tea and cof- candelabra, held a fee service, 1-2 doz. Sterling sil- j very successful sale of horses, cattl-, j ver spoons ?2.50; ladies' pearl and J. Johnston has removed to j and harness on Saturday at Bonnell j sapphire riner, a heavilv silver the store ia the Oddfellow's Block. Furman's stable. -plated nut bowl, richly chased, Grand dance in Oliver's Hall to- j set of ladies combs, real tortoise morrow night. freshments. Tickets Sl.OO. R i i i 1t i Hygienic Water Filter A water filter will do much toward extracting typhoid germs from drinking water and you cau get a good one here today foroOc that you can attach directly to the faucet. It is reversible and cleaning and adjustable to" all sizes of faucets. Uberti Drug and Book Co. j Prescription Specialists I. I. UHJEY, LETIIIIKE shell and mounted in solid gold, I 50; a handsome cut glass fruit I A bunch o! tin horns hit town i in went for terday and very suddenly bit stm a larSc lumber'of bargains trail for other points. The Chief to secured and an excellent oppor- i tunity presents itself for procuring: laster and other gifts at a Hegular quarterly meetings of the! The wrestling bout will dt- A. 0. F. tonight. Important busi-'cided at the Eureka Theatre, new. Everbody expected to be the famous Jap, oaad. Pion welterweight of the Coast, 145 pounds, vs., Andy McFadden, middle- weight of the Northwest, 152 pounds The lit tie Jap agrees to throw JM Fadden three falls in fifty minutes. Bock Beer .for Easter on sale thi Don't forget the grand dance atj Oliver's Hall on Wednesday, the 7th. J Every morning when the land of- j NOVELTY WEEK AT THE EUREKA Qce opens there are from forty-five to j people waiting at the -door and the rush continues all day. Do not fail to attend the school concert next Tuesday night in tho nu- toriutn of the new Central School. It ond his force haven't verj- tender re-! gards for these gentlemen. Horses, cattle, farm implements, harness, sold at Bonnell Furman's livery every Saturday by W. L. Wil- scn, the auctioneer. Easter Gloves and Neckwear of Qual- A. Nlacdonald Co, This Is novelty week at the Eureka or at least the performance suggests it as such. Unique, interesting- an original they are too. A most spec tacular novelty is introduced by Her hert, the Frogman. It would be promises to be the most interesting _ .u. difficult task indeed to try and ii yet given by the students. James W. Frye, a prominent horse- man and land owner of Lexington, Kentucky, has just purchased 320 ac- just south of Itfew Dayton from the D. E. Hunter Realty Co. Mr; Frye _haa been in Lethbridge for ab-l put throe weeks looking over- the; country and this, district is to be con j gratulated upon having him as Investor. BORN Sunday, April 4. to Mr. and Mrs. David son. On and After TUESDAY I WEATHER-PROOF SHINGLES We sell them! Some think all shing- les are weather 7roof. They are for a limited time. Then they crack, split and decay. OUR SHINGLES are almost as durable 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, r Company Id I shall occupy Store in the prove on Mr. Hr-rbert as a huge frog and the amusing antics of the toac brings expressions of delight from the audience. The special scenery which accompanies the act is a high Iy interesting feature also. Something else that is new and jsovel is the introduction of Black I and Leslie in their original comedy i skit. Black is often called the leg- [less wonder. A- man with both legs (off, walking on crutches, sings, danc- j and funny things. He also j does some high kicking. His. danc- ing makes a great hit too. The pic- tures shown last night .were of a high order .and prove-vejry interesting. It three performances to accona Barb WIrt. Wovtn Field the Oddfellow's Block j 23 123 Directly opposite Lyceum Theatre J. J. Johnston Ptwriptooo Draggist -QUALITY Poultry Fencing Tools. Wirt StretchtPi. Pott Holt Diggers. Whtn fet tht Other fellow's price Oet MVU. "II yon live out of town wrlle JT. T- Stirling, inspector of mines here, left for Calgary yesterday. F. D. Shaw, customs collector, was a passenger on the .new train. to Coutts yesterday. J. A. Maedooalri, architect, went to Calgary last night" on a business trip. light Demo- Must be cheap and in good condition. Apply to W. Wil- liams, Grabb St. 98-6 ERNEST Christian Scientist. every Sunday at eleven a.m. upstairs in Begin Block. 98-6 Just received New Samples of We will make you a suit cheaper tlian you can buy CITY DYE WORKS Telephone.353 "THE PARISH PRIEST" As Played at the Lyceum Last-Nigh Tonight and Wednesday With complete and elaborate stagi settings "The Parish Priest" was pre sented for-the first time at the Ly -last night. The play proved to be very good and the audience was well pleased. In fact consider able very favorable comment on the performance was heard after the show by the writer. The play is of the labors'of a kind-hearted parish priest, whose aim was to make things: end as they ought to. The opening, act showed badly mixed up love affair of an am- bitious; young .doctor who threw, over his youthful. sweetheart .for a better educated and woman. Af- fairs would probably have ended un- happily but for the constant interfer- ence of Father Whalen, through, whose efforts all ends .well; Ray F. Brandon-as the Priest had about his of but ;ne -finally .got. love-tangles out to everybody's satis- faction. His acting was very impres- sive at times, particularly in "What profiteth it, a man if he gain the whole The Hat Should be selected while the displays, are at their We are showing the lat- est and most desirable styles in all classes of millinery. L 4 J. McLEAY Money to Loan We have made arrange- ments with good reliable loan companies to advance money on the security of centrally located property 8 per ceut interest in view of the great amount of building to be done this yenr. Get your application in early M. Hut Ml i OXFORDS! OXFOROS I We are showing all the latest in Queen Quality and America Beauty Oxfords for Ladies and Barry and Hartt Oxfords for Men. Those are all exclusive styles made on the latest lasts, and are worth seeing before buying Sole Igents, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON HOW jjaiots, fordSt. near Westminster, SI, n I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 world but lose his own and at the close of his labors, relapsing into his Irish brogue, "Oi, think Oi'll shmoke." A very pleasing character in the cast was Florence Matthews as Nellie. She is a charming little woman and a very pleasing actress, always carry- ing her part to perfection. The simple easy grace displayed in her part last evening won her many admirers. The whole cast of characters was very well arranged, each player being well adapted to the part played. It takes time to put a "permanent stock" in shape., but the performance last night was the equal to any of the week-stand companies that have play- here. A prominent feature of the evening's entertainment was the music. Miss Greve is a very clever violinist, and the piano player is a good accompan- ist. Many remarks of approval were heard through the audience after sev- eral selections which were rendered. SEE OUR The Ironite Brand manu- factured from puie Eng- lish lead. Quality guar- no purer paint in the market and no fancy prices by adding long pro- fits. We sell our paint for per gallon JETouse Paint Roof Paint Shingle Stain Floor Paint Carriage Paint. Boiled and Kaw L'nseedOil The McKeown Hardware Co, Ltd. Cor. Meiiii and Rtund Street Novelties- While the assortment is com- plete. In a few days many of the lines will be sold A full range of Toyi, Nests, Birds Rabbits, etc. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists Look Here! Two lots close to the North East corner of the barracks on Ashmead St., at Each. Terms L.S. RIPLETT 294 OiceS MicdiiaU BUdt -Two modern cottages for sale, close in and cheap. Investigate. Phone 290 Beagle Maxwell Land Co. Room 3, Macdonald Block Owing to the large number of lota, the Auction Sale of Mr. Newton's stock of Silver Plate and Jewelry will be continued every afternoon and evening until sold Afternoon sales 3 o'clock Evening tales 7 o'clock Everything must go. An opportunity that snonld not be missed Get Your Easter Gifts at the Sale Frank G. Waddington Phones 261 and 387 Auctioneer Town Profjcrty is Fine Buying Now. We Have It W. R. Dobbin Co. 122 ;