Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
H J H SKEITH (Nta! tefc) FTi'Re INSURANCE e TH1 PLACE TO STAY IrlAMp to Mill HI A DURABLE FLOOR VARNISH Made by The-Sbermin- Co. 'Is tough and elastic. Doesn't scratch or mar readily under foot wear. Can be walked on next after application. Has a lasting lustre. Easy to apply. I We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick WaJtely PHONE 6-2 Prescription Compounding Is the most important work 'we do. We take a great deal of pains to do it right. As soon as you leave your pre- scription in our store it is placed in the hands of men of high qualification, chem .ists of wide experience and special training in prescrjp- tion work. We dispense any prescrip- tion, written on any pad by any physician. Bring it to j.UligiitotiiaaSCfl.ltl Fajinily arid Dispensing: Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Dutch Set and Shallot Onions DIES Also Garden and Field Seeds in Bulk OH AND DISTRICT Mrs. SieiuhofT of Macleod is in the city. A. F. Werts goes 10 How Island to- night. W. A. Lewis, U.A.; of. Macleod was in the city over night. J. S, Gusty, oi Fernie, auditor for P. Burns Co. is in the city. Rodney llermoii and .T. F. Frank- lin ..Clarcsholin, are in the city. Mrs. T. E. Fan-ell has returned from, a'trip to Great Falls, Mont. 'Mr. and Mrs. M. Schmidt of Gras- Nelson WEATHER BULLETIN 46 ..'.rfl't 52 36 31 3G Minnedosa. cloudy 3-1 Winnipeg, cloudy............... 34 Port Arthur, cloinly 32 Edmonton, fair Calgary, fair Lathbridge. fair Medicine Hat, clear Hattleford. fair...... Prince Albert, clear Swift Current, clear Regina, clear .....V 26 :'28 26 28 18 24 I FOR ARTISTIC Wall Papers I o, GO T0; j ROBtSWS B00( STORE 1 Ut NP Ist of biiM lirt J...- Phone 251 'f is'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. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time I Mberta Drug ani look Co. i.ll. BflET, Ijr.." [HIUKf sy Lake are in "the city for the day. G. W. II. Ueid has received a fresh stock of Eastor goods. SeiMiis win- dow display. Hobt. Ibuy und wife, of Cardston, were in the city last night on their way to Tabor. E. II. Weldman and D. D. Jen- kins of Taber arrivals on night's" train.' Michael Deviney went back to Dov- ilVi-ako at the city's ewpeusc last night. H.N.W.M.r. Vc-Liuary Inspector Bu nett of Regina is in' the city. todaj on bfilcial business, Drl 0. J. Courtice and S. R. Clark went to Calgary this morning ant 'return tomorrow night. _' Father" Latb'mbc, who has been vis siting Father Van Tighem for ad days returned home this morning. 'Mrs. Dunlop, of Macleod, who .has been visiting her daughter Mrs. FJ C. to Macleod this raor- nih'g.'''-', Evangelist Robert Mcllarcly.- left last night for Hamiota, Man., where he is .to conduct a series of special services. All interested in the A. R. baseball team are, requested to tnectj at the library on Saturday night at, eight o'clock. r A. Reynolds of Beltou, Mont., and F. Tompkins, of Kalispel, Mont., of the United States Forest Service are in the" city. The Ladies Aid of Gait Hospital will give the third of their series of dances on April 121st in the Bijou Hall. 101-2 The new traffic bridge at MetHcine Hat is competed. Jas. Fleming and_ .1. A. Career t were the first parties to cross over it. Rev. G. J. Coulter White, formerly pastor of the Baptist Tabernacle, is expected to visit the city in the course of a few weeks. Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham and Mas- ter Xorman left this morning on trip to the Coast. Mr. Higinbtotham went as far as Calgary. The right Charley Palmer showed up last night at the post office after three others had presented themselves He got his money and is going east tonight. '.vest fair today and on Thursday milder. _ Leslie Silliker and Hugh McKay returned last night from Kingston, OnL, where they have completed a j two-months' coui-se the Royal j Military College. Dr. ,Slcwart will return on Friday. J. E. Ardell went to Toronto last night to take an optical course. Mr. Ardell expects to be gone about On his return C. Ross Tate-. will add -vopticnl work to. his business., Waddington Gibbon advertising! a live stock sale" for Saturday, April llth at stable. 'It is the auctioneer's intention to -Un- stitute a regular stock sale city if (they receive the support ofj the public. The necktie ball at the Bijou Wed- nesday- evening, April 8 will be thing better than common. 'Each lady will be requested .'to bring .two ties, or small bows, On enter- ing the Mali she will deposit one in a; sack' and wear the corresponding one.and the gentleman purchasing.a: tie will .have to look up the lady with the corresponding tie for his partner for the evening. 100-2 We with to announce that our.stock of Costumes and Skirts it. now complete. Fashion has been very generous this seaien Md we unhesitatingly cay that the styles for thu season are by far the finest w? have.ever been permitted to show, f r'- Style No. 501-Hand- some Paris'design Suit. Coat 'silk lined, new pointed design, trim- med with silk braid; fancy vesting of silk and braid; made in Panamas, Venetians, 'Broadcloth, Plain or Striped, 'quality 4 cloth Style NJo. 600-Tuilor- uyade Princess Gown, .'button down back to waist, new shoulder .ef- ect, trimmed with >raid, sleeves 3-4 length, new gored skirt with two folds of self. Made in Pana- ma, Broadcloth or Ven- etian, all colors, qual- ity 4 cloth Style He. 520-4Black' Silk Tailor-mafde suit of silk and fine collar cuffs trimmed with moire and braid. Style No. Princess Dress with Butterfly sleeves, full flounce skirt, made in tlie Copenhagen, blue, black and white, white and black. Siz- os 32-42 SPRING FOOT WE AIL u 4 We wish to announce the., Arrival of our SjjriDg Footwear? Come; see what we have preiwred for you. We are certainly sho.wing tlie choicest footwear for men, women and Many new ideas. Our as usual will be satis FGOWfeCO. Lethbridge Sty It 508 Style TURNER STREET J lots, sue .ft ft kj Itt ft Price don nHlS per mtk. ALBERT IVES Rom 2, Uinr Hock PHONE 1-4T Style Style 89X OF THE ft. SOUMRO'S STORE The Home of Swell Clothes I PLAY BALL Pres% Club SMOKER SHORT BLOCKS A Wagon Load %t the Yard Delivered ItNTTarl if tic Trek Mr. and >frs. Macintosh of Pug- wash, Nova Scotia, who have been visiting tlie latter's brother, Mr. Ro bert Riplby, have resumed their trip to the Coast. Lethbridge Brewing and Maltinj Go's excellent Bock Beer brewed es pecially for the Easter holidays, sale next week in bottles and kegs and will be on tap in alt hotels of th city. THE OPERA HOUSE LAST EVENING Another; good house was: present last, evening "-at 'Oliver's Hall ...to wit- ness the Arington Company in McKeo Rankin's great play, Golden Jiant Mine." The show pleased the iudience and calkd forth onstarit and hearty applause. All .he characters were extremely well portrayed. The specialties were unusually cley-: r and the orchestra work of the Polmatier Sisters as always, a treat n itself. Tonight the great English melo- drama in four, acts entitled '-'The Black Flag" will be given. This is one of the greatest melo-draraatSc comedies eveY written, and .abounds with alternate laughter and tears. This is one of the great bills of the company. Aringtons will .be here all week with a Saturday matinee. On" Saturday evening the holder of the lucky niunber will receive a hand some gold watch' now exhibited in Wright's jewelry store window. Those who attend tonight or anv Bother night receive numbers in the .drawing, and the drawing -will place Saturday night! take NURSING Mrs. Higgin lo lake up nursing Baroness Road. -101-61 Under the-management of Lethbridge Typographical Union 15 IN THE LABOR TEMPLE This'Smoker will be the hit of the season. Outside and all the best local talent has been engaged ONE DOLLAR Printers1 Quartet will be there with'their latest hits, home run'sure Serenl UiiqM Special Attractim Umpire's .Baling Any man or member found.off his base 011 the loth will be summarily- dealt with UMPIRE. THOS.VS. HAROLD Batter Up 8'30 Prompt t 4 We are offering lots in the the best North Ward at Worth Baseball Goods I Just arrived JBalli, BaU, Gloves Masks, etc. J. J; Johnston For SALE Some Choice Lots in the North Ward Water on Street Best Ite Gream PurestGandy Each down and monthly" Also hvo lots Argyle Avenue water and sewer Cash A SNAP Bowman Rpcy PW200 Department or Several people in Lethbridge knew the Montreal b'ook agent James B. Smith who caused such excitement in that city the other day. lie be- lieved in having an appcaranco always in a Prince Albert coat, silk hat and gold headed cane, and a .well known figure .in the business part of Montreal. Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE. For Sale CHOICE LOTS IN At EACH down and' monthly G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block LOTS Riverview Well located each flT i I r tract, each. Terms When you want to buy city property see me. My prices are right. R.V Gibbons Ott Block The Good Company's New Refitted Store ON APRIL 13th PURE GOLD GOODS DEMONSTRATIONS .of Extracts, Jellies. Icings, Spices, Baking Powder. Coffee etc., lasting one week, commencing April 18th. One-Month Only-One Pound of Our Best 50c Ceylon Tern with every cash purchase. Rcmcnber we are still carrying on the Ice Cream, Coafeetioftery and Fruit and we will at all times give you the best ser- vices possible in these lines. Everything we sell "is guaranteed to give satisfaction or the money will be re- funded; A trial order will convince you. D STORE r GOODS SERVICE Phone 96 H YR BROS. Svccetsors to G. L.