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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAV tin LittNfi H tli HUU IW Having just received a car containing o BATHS, BASINS and SINKS we are in a good position to give you a fair price and guarantee our work HICK HUME 00. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phoiie fi2 P.O. Bos rt70 f 4 Dandelion These are a Purely vegetable Combination. Just the thing For a spri jg Blood purifier. For sale at jj. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Night clerk.. ofQuality Extra Special 7 Tins Canned PEARS Foi One Dollar PHONE 21 G. mm co. Only (INiOli Grocery Store IP City CITY AND DISTRICT We have the Goods. Pure Maple Syrup and Maple Sugar. We deliver the Goods. Star Hams and Bacon also Fresh Egcs for Easter. We are The Good's. Try-us THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY M M "t- I Good Gardening Proposition OXFORDS! OXFORDS! We are shoving all ihe latest in Queen Quality and America Beauty Oxfords for Ladies and Barry and Hartt Oxfords for Men. These are all exclusive styles made on the latest lasts, and are worth seeing beford buying Sole agents, THE HIQf TOGGERY NELSON T" THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair.............. 34 0 j cloudy 36 13! Mrs Jas. 4. McDonald. Dufferin1 Lethbridge, cloudy ..........-36 15 j St., will not receive tomorrow. Medicine Hat, snowing 32 18 j Kegina, clear 26 have had placed with us for sale a limited number .of o and 10 acre Garden south-east 'of Fair Grounds. These can be purchased a third cash payment, the balance payable in 1 and '2 years. For particulars see SKEITH TILLBY Phcne 197 Round Street M4 fM M M M t M M M M M lour residents or 2s o. 3 were fined Winnipeg, snowing Fancy Notepaper. Initial Pads and Papetries Novels loc.....2 for 2oc. 20c.....3 for 50c. Cloth Bound Copyrights 75 cents each All the Latest Fiction IHOTSOll'i 1st OOOP West of Phcne 25 i Agents for Underwood Typewriters. lor creating a disturbance wmle cel- 6 at the Eureka occiiired in a11 districts of tbe tomght. Come and have a good rie Provinces and the weather A house of ill-repute was raided on oa 33 has .turned cold, especially in. northern 'parts. Zero temperature is recorded c at- Edmonton. Saturday nignt. The Keeper and in-, ,T, -n 11- j. Forecast: estern Provinces, w est- mates were tinea and given warning: fc erlv winds, fair and cold with local to clear out. T, isnow flumes. George Bragg and son, _ from Woodstock, Ont., are in the: j city. They are looking: over the dis- view- to settling when Have you Novelties. seen Rochon's Eastsr trict with j suited. J Joe ilcReynolds, of Grand Forks, B. C., is in the city. He has secur-; of three ed a homestead about forty-five miles i north of the city. He expects to settle on it this summer. j W. J. Bell, from Bottineau, >7. D., is in the city. He has purchased a section near New Dayton. He ex- pects to improve it and break tip half of it this summer-. C. A. Hunt, from Carrington, N.D., was in the city over Sunday. A CHALLENGE Sporting Editor, Herald: I hereby challenge J. F. Ellison of Cardston, to a wrestling match for a 'side bet of S150.00, best two out falls, catch as catch can M. MATSTTDA. CITY DISTRICT. W.- D. Hill, brother of E. J. Hill, is leaving Cranbrook to reside in Vancouver. A. Begin, who has.been station ag- ent at Stirling, has been has secured a. halt section of land i at Darner. near Warner and -will settle on hisj John JolmsOn. city, is mov- iana at once, .tie aiso intends to: open up a real estate office in War- ner. Money to Loan We have made arrange- ments with good reliable loan companies to advance money on the security of centrally located property at 8 per cent interest in view of the great amount of building to be done this year. Get your application in early The CJ. Borne P. 0. Phone ill ing out this week, to his homestead RETURN OF THE OLD FAVORITES near Sundial. MJrs-G-. J. Brophy, of Letboridge, J- Commencing tonight the old favor- ;es, "The will ba with Lewis Davies from" Dodgeville, Wis- Mre- J' at Ta- i again. It will be remembered that t I haTOTi llnrt -riTra consin, has purchased a half section about ten miles north-east of Stir- ling. He is residing in the city till! settlers, he gets a house built on Ms farm. urday> He intends to do some breaking this I Harold ber Tuesday and Wednesday. the Tnaten Duo played here five weeks Two carloads of horses for the Eureka in the early part of were unloaded on Sat-) the winter changing their act com- pletely twice and three times a week. of Stirling, who' This clever littlevteam were such fa- sprang Last week the w M P seiz Our Rnbber Goods to the limit and note their mar- velous elasticity This means that- they are made of new, live rub- ber. Hot Water Bottles, Syringes and all needed sick room appliances, of best quality are to be found here HItierta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I. 8 IINfY, ed for customs duty a band of tweni the summer- ty-three head of horses from a ran-! JtrS' P' D' ShaW' has been attending High School at j sorites with the theatre goers of our Adrian, Jlichigan, is back to Stirling' that not a day has .passed that Manager Morris has not been asked wall receive at when "the were comin cher in the Cypress Hills. These her home Bartlett' St l back. Their sketches are all high CHARLEY'S AUNT The Jeanne Russell company at the Lyceum will present- tonight for the first time in Lethbridge that world ever popular comedy. "Charley's Aunt." If "Charley's had not the world wide reputation which it al- ready enjoys, it would need little be- yond the announcement that it was written by that distinguished play- wright, Brandon Thomas, to give it prominence. Such a play produced by a clever and popular company as the Jeanne Russell Co. have mane them- selves should appeal to all lovers of what is known as the artistic in drama. The popular manager of the Jeanne Co. makes the astounding announcement that his company will be augmented tonight by six -clever artists from the leading stock thea- tres of the U. S., and that new and special scenery will be shown from the front curtain to the fire walls of the cosy Lyceum.- Mr. Brandon has done much to give the theatrical public of Lethbridge, high class drama and refined vaude- ville at popular prices and has met with unanimous approval. However, he promises in "Charley's eclipse all former efforts and even to excel.anything yet seen on a Leth- bridge stage. New and interesting vaudeville fea- tures will be an attraction at tonight's performance. Brewery Shares, ticuJ.ara see For further par- BLOCK ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 "LETHBRIDGE BEAUTIFUL" DON'T PEL AY! PLANT YOUR GARDEN N C -We can. supply you with every requisite for this purpose, us x we have a complete and up-to-date stock RAKES FORES SPRINKLERS SPADES TBOWELS GARDEN HOSE And every other article you may require; to cr.able you to do jour share towards making ''Lethbridge You will want some "Wire to keep own an 1 other peoples fowls and doss out. Call and see our Stock your The _ Hardware Co. Ltd. Corner Bnfferin and Eound Streets WATCH FOR THE Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co.'s horses were stolen from the other! on the second and fourth Wednesdays j class, clean-cut comedy and it is safe of each month. C. Jones, from Centreville, Iowa, unloaded his car of settlers' effects to say they will meet with the same side of the International boundary i The last traces show that the thieves' C- Jones- from Centreville, Iowa, approvail this engagement as they shave returned to the States These! unloaded Ms car of settlers' effects die1 in the past. They open toni-nt horses were sold to the rancher for! ori He is loating about j with their screamingly fanny S75Q. iorty miles north o: Local Carpenters' Union 1681, will Optic- hold an open meeting in the west! the city "Heine and TO iv- new old acquaintances, and ttien th-i meeting of the Tntemn- following will be all new and up wing of the Labor Temple On Wed- tional Hod Carriers and Building JLa-. to date. Thursday night they pre- borers' Union be held in the La-' sent another very funny act, entitled nesday evening, April 14th. All wood- workers cordially invited. 1022, A meeting is called for 7 30 Wed-i S AI1 Desirous of becoming nesday evening, April 14th, in the' mcmbers invited to attend. H. Clear Reading Room of the E. N. W. M. Police Barracks of all those in- terested in the formation Temple on "Wednesday evening- at Pres., J. Holton, Sec. "When Billy Comes Marching Home." In connection with -Jthis, McGrath and Page, refined entertainers with the banjo, will be another strong fea- ROOM A3TD furnish- ed room.for rent- with board, suitable for man and wife-, or two gentlemen; with all modern conveniences. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 02-6 Ad's in this space. They are now open for business in theit store opposite the Fire Hall, and carry the BEST LINE OF LIQUORS f AT LOWEST PRICES Satisfaction is guaranteed Page Lawn Wire Fence JAiii wivf %Ji t Hifle Association. The promoters' enffme tmd outfit on Saturday, of the Association have at last i They WiU Settle about tMrteen niiles Fred Case and B. E. Johnson, from tare and from now on the program Maddock, K. unloaded their trac- j at the Eureka promises to be strong- BUILDING LATH No reason why "you shouldn't and every reasont why you should buy here. Get a stock of LATH that the biggest kicker can't find fault with. Take a stroll throughour yards and look at the LUMBER piles. Lots of material here for all kinds and grades of work. We can quote you attractive prices. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld Telephones 23 and 123 re-; ceived communications from the Do-1 minion Secretaiy D.C.R.A. and aroj now prepared far. the organization of j a civilian association. Some forty-} five have intimated a to .be-.l come members. I er and better than ever. of Coutts on homesteads, but expect to break in the! LETHBRIDGE A JOBBING CENTER In an interview with'the Western south of Taber. A sample may be seen at A. Rochon's on Crabb Street near Courtland 3-ft. fence, per foot 3-ft. 6-in, fence, 24c. per foot Best steel" wire fence made. Order from A. ROGHON, Crabb Street j Spalding Reach Ester Fletcher, of Park Hill, manager for the ITcClary Manufaetur Ctotario, and I3enjamin Snyder, of j ing Co., of London, Ont., the largest Elmira, Ont.. were married at Fernie; stove manufacturer's in the British j on Wednesday, April 8th. The cer-i Empire; the Herald was much grati- emony was performed -by Rev. I. W. fied to. learn that this large company of the English Church. They will make Lethbridge their fu- ture home. AND St George Baseball JUST IMPORTED Showing in our window in the Oddfellow's Block. These goods are all lat- est pattern and in profes- sional use. J- J. Johnston Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERt- Barb Woven Field Poultry Ntttinc. Fencing TooU. Wire Stretchers. Post Hole Differs. _ When you the Other fellow's price Get Ours. Stafford-flgnew Co, 'If you live out of town write us." have decided to make' !Lethbridge distributing, point for their Line of goods. In the past the Crow's territory, from Medicine Hat to Cran brook and all the south territory from iLethb ridge to Coutts and to Cardston has been supplied from gary. The demand for the McCltu-y Ranges has become --so-great that the [Company found it necessary as- semble a large stock in Lethbridge to take care of the growing denned in Southern Alberta and Eastern B. C. Negotiations were entered into with the Stafford-Agnew Co. to han- dle this important agency and the Herald in interviewing the Company find that they have a largo trade warehouse filled with McClary slovrs and Ranges and that their capacity is taxed to its utmost in their growing business. We are to see that Lethbridge is attractive so much importance in 'Jbe eyss of the best manufacturers ni tno The Stafford-Agncw Company are be congratulated on securing sucb. an! important agency and the Herald glad to welcome the McClary Mfg.; Co. to Lethbridge. We have a iicw wants to rent quiet room. .State terms to Box L., Herald Office. _ 102-3 WANTED TO sized cook stove. Apply Box D. W., Herr aid. 102-6 McGrath and Page in Banjo Special- ties at ths Eureka. Half Breed Scrip Wanted Will Pay for 240 acres BoxX. Herakl Phone 180 for prompt baggaga trans- fer. James_ B- Gibbon, proprietor. 102-12 1 Phone The number is 381 You know the quality of the goods The phone will be a con- venience in ordering THE CITY FflSTER SHOE SALE Return of the old favorites Thaten at the Eureka. The ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. 20 per cent, discount off all lines 1 of Shoes during the Easter Week Special Lines Worth Seeing. To I See is to Buy Girls' Fine Vici Kid Balmor- cap, spring heel, sizes 3 to 10 1-2. Regular Misses Fine Vici Kid Bal- cap, sizes 11 to 2> Regular for Girls' Fine Vici Kid Oxfords tip, spring heel, Blucher cut, sizes 8 to Regular Misses' Fine Vici Kid Bal- tip, .spring heel, Blucher cut, sizes. 11 to 2. Regular tor Ladies' Tan Soft Calf Ox- cut; "Em- press" brand, bench made. Regular. for Youths' Tan Calf Bluchers- Sizes 11 to 13 1-2. Regular Boys' Tan Calf Sizes 1 to 5. Regular for Men's Tan Russia Calf Blu- or leather lin- ed, heavy or light soles, light or dark shades. Regu- lar and for Hudson's Bay Co. Buy a Glide Automobile and get where you started for P. D. Q. W. R. Dobbin Co. Phone 122 ;