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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta nratsT JOB WONTING AT THE TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald PLACE TO ST> UN li U tH MU4I II Having just received a car containing and SINKS vre are in a good position to give you a fair price and guarantee our work THE HICK HARDWARE CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O Bos 670 Mellow Balm is a carefully prepared ap- plication for red, rough hands or face. A little applied night and morning will keep the skin in excellent shape. Sunburn and similar dis- comforts are easily banished by the uso of Mellow Balm. 25c Per Bottle at JJ, Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Night clerk. The Store ofQuality Buy your groceries where you can depend on getting the best goods at the towesr prices, and have them de- livered promptly. PHONE 21 0. BRftOBEEfi ft CO. Only UNION Crocery Store In City CITY AND DISTRICT More Wall Papers The demand for our WAT- SON FOSTER WALL PAPER was so great we had to du- plicate our order. The new- shipment now in. Store closes at 6.30 p.m. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE 1st Boor Vest of Union lank Phena 25i Afents for Underwood Typewriters. i WE DON'T CARE I I I l 1 4 i 4 i I 1 4 where you go you cannot get your prescription dis- pensed with any more ac- curacy or with better quality ingredients than here. We make it a rule to use the purest, freshest drugs and no substitution and we guarantee you hat your recipe will be filled just as the doctor orders nlterta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I. IJPH, Ngp, lETHIIIEE The itisses Bruce Redpath Street, not receive, tomorrow (Thuri- On Tuesday, April 27th Knox Church choir will give a concert in aid of the choir and organ funds. Sons of England meet tonight m Oddfellows Hall. Visitors cordially welcomed. Packed houses at the Eureka every night. If you can't get there early; enough for the first performance, the second commences at 9.30. Mrs. Xourse will receive on the af tcrnoon of the fourth Friday of this r-.i'Trth and not again tbis season. At Nassau, the marriage of Mrs. Killam, to Mr- William Allan, Wiani-: peg, son of the late Mr. Andrew Al-; Ian, Montreal, took place recently. JL. H. Hunter of Pincher Creek, is acting as manager of the Hudson Bay Co. at Nelson during1 the ab- sence of E. F. G-igot in Germany. just right. Give us a trial today. Rose Greve .who is playing at the Lyceum this week is creating n very good impression as a violinist. J. Van Lyckle, the accompanist, kr-cws his part perfectly. A raid was made on a gambling joint last night and as a result five fellows enriched the public coffers by at the order of Magistrate Mac- Dougall. A benefit dance is being- given, in Good Goods at GOOD'S This is something to bear in ordering Grocer- ies, Fruit, Ice Cream or Con- fectionery. BRIGHT EYES OF CHILDHOOD looking longingly into our windows daily. Science now say% that sugar I adds to health. j OUR FINE CONFECTIONERY is absolutely Cara- mels, Chocolates, Butter Scotch, palate ticklers made fresh daily, whv not take home a box? Prices Kochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Ice Cream Specialists OUR COFFE at 40c a Ib. L P-ealty, Loan and Investment Co. j Df G.'kfton, N. D., has arrived in thai cH.y- with, a party of land seekers ani 22 26 22 14 14 We manufacture and sell Good's delicious Ice Cream wholesale or retail GOOD co UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PHONE 98 PROMPT DELIVERY The Hardware Ce. Utd. Corner Dufferm and Round Streets Ten Acres close in, small house and" barn. Eight acres irrigated. Price Beagle Maxwell Land Co. Bulletin From Central OfLce. and Saskatche- j lumberman wan, continued cold with light local sleet. Alberta, fair and a little milder. CITY AND DISTRICT. Popular prices for the Stultz Stock Co. will be 25c-35c-50c. 12 perform- ing people. S. AL Dudley ol Spring Coulee was in the city yesterday. lie reported the crops looking well in that settle- ment. The fall wheat is in good con dition. The ground has plenty of has Uen successful in locating them moisture. The stock are in good .n tnis district. Three cars of settlers effects passed through the city en route for Canton and Claresholm. Four cars of set- tlers effects arrived for Lethbridge yesterday. A car of horses froru Maple Creek were unloaded here yes- terday. Two gasoline ploughing en- gines arrived here yesterday. W. J. Nelson reports that he has' not had, has not now, and hopes he! condition and the new grass has Princess Tarpeia, the "famous es- cape artist at the Eureka this week. At the .Methodist Parsonage Mon- day night Herbert Dooley Hopkins arid Edith Olive Brooks, both of Leth Lfthbridge were united in marriage by Rev. ,f. M. Harrison. The bridj u :ne from England last fall in" cou- Did you notice the Lyceum ad. Sixty-seven dogs have wagged their; ny with her parents who have a never will have, scarlet fever. In i tails and persuaded their owners to ore in the North Ward. some unaccountable way a report! buy tags for them since April 1st. If j The Little Sisters Augustin's has got J your tagless dog wags that he was thus around town. afflicted his tail will hold their fancy, bazaar at the i f v 3 i Parish Hall on Saturday 24th from means for you to buy a tag and save j 4 to 6. The Juvenile Orchestra will his neck from the wire loop of. the dog j be in attendance. .Tea, coffee and catcher. j cocoa will be sold. 110-2 The Chief of Police has a sack con- i' taining about half a dozen pairs of j rubbers. Two boys took the sack to a second hand store and tried to sell the rubbers. The storekeeper grew suspicious and phoned for the police but the boys becoming suspicious too dropped the rubbers and ran away as hard as could go, leaving the Back behind. Any rubberless citizens can call on the Chief and identify' their .rubbers. "SASK-ALTA RESTING on the assumption that you are not an expert judge is not our way of selling BUILDING MATERIALS We; act on the idea that.yon are an expert and can pick out defects at once if there are any. We woudn't like, to be subject to critj cism. So we handle only building materials that are above it. That's why it ia im- possible to get poor stuff here. You need our kind. lumber Company Ld Pnotct 23, 123 an4 321 House Cleaning Do not overlook LIQUID VENEER for finishing touches. Will make old furniture look like new. 25c, 50c and per bottle For sale by I J J Johnston Prescription DruggUt Range Fitted With Two Of Duplex Specially Built To Burn Gait Coil StaffonMgiiev Co. "If you lire out of town GJTY DISTRICT. Thos. J. Simons has been appoint- ed sheriff's bailiff to succeed Wai-den McKay, resigned. M. B. King, a prominent Cranbrook Dr. King, .M.P.P., is in the city today. Building permits have been issuad to W. Williamson for two dwellings oa Glyn St., valued at each, JR. E. Beattie, the well known Cran brook druggist, is at the head of a. company which is opening a general store at Milk JRiver. It will be; operated under the name of the Jlilk i "e i River Mercantile Co.. The capital j stock and a full stock will be carried. The lumber is already on hand and a building will be put up at once. Mr.' Beattie is in the city today. Dr. J. W. JRutledge, treasurer and manager of the Kootenay Investment Co., Cranbrook, is in the city to- day. His company owns a big tract of fruit loud within a mile and a half of Cranbrook and they are dis- j posing of the property in five acre i j lots at fifty dollars an acre. B. A. Tharp, representative of the; Farmer's Tribune, of Sioux Iowa, is travelling over Canada writ- ing up the country and is pleased- to find that all the'good reports ot it are true and the half has .never been told. He finds that the development of JLethbridge district is far in ad- vance of what the people in Iowa think. The Farmer's Tribune is go- ing to issue a special illustrated ar- tide on Southern-Alberta and the Lethbridge district because "their sub- scribers are making so inquir-; ies of the Tribune regarding the truth of the reports of Southern Alberta. There was a large funeral yester- day morning, from No. 3 when Annie Budois, wife of Mike Budois, was bu- ried in the Roman Catholic cemetery. Service was held in the Boman Ca- tholic Church and the union which the husband belonged to turned out in full force, tramping through the mud from the home. to the church and from the church to the cemetery. Mr. Budois and four children have the sympathy "of their many friends. The following cases were tried yes- terday at the R.N.W.JC.P. barracks: John Ligowzky from Staflordville was fined ten dollars and costs on the charge of being drunk and disor- derly. Charles Simeon .and Paul Kuczka, were each fined five dollars and costs for being drunk and disor- derly. ad in part of .this and follow the crowd to tte veteran author and actor, Mr. Stultc, at Lyceum, Thursday, April 29. fight Was Easy For Cove Calgary, AprH main feature of last evening's boxing crjuival at the Auditorium Rink was quick finishing stunts of three events of four. The other event was a' joke. In the main bout between Butler and Cove, the Calgary gladiator put the Vancouver man's light out early in the fourth round, while the Reid- Fullerton go only lasted four rounds, ami Gene Parker put Steele to the bail after four rounds and could have done it in the second had he wanted. Considering the promoters had got together such a strong bill, the even- ing's entertainment was a "disappoint ment. YOUR LAST I CHAN C E 3 choice lots on Riedpath Street, in Block IB. west of Bartlett Street Terms MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE I IJie C. B. Bowman Hgency P. 0, Phone 211 W. H. Spademan and wile of Stir- ling are in the city. District Court; sits here on Tuesday April 27th. So far there are no ap- peals and no criminal cases and only six civil cases: Titford vs. Bennet, Convig vs. Webber, Young vs. Boer, Wallace vs. Scott, Petrie vs. Garson, and Balcokoski vs; Kosnuk. A SNAP 320 acres, miles from Warner, per acre. 960 acres. 1 mile fromjfl! Wells siding, per acres! These are both lent buyi? arid can be divid- fl ed into smaller tracts necessary. i Freeman, Macleod and Graham WHITNEY BLOCK Good Style and Good Taste New Fit-Reform 2 button Sack Suit appeals to men who want something new and something different. The lapels are long and grace- set close together pockets and roll cuffs. This style is extreme enough to be distinctive yet is in perfect taste. Choice Lots Have 3 choice lots water main near new stand III pipe, whicn I can _sell each I L. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Dice 8 MacdMiald Block Fancy Wontodt Fine Central Resident- ial Site on GLYNSp 50 x 125 feet TERMS SKEITH TILLEY Phone 197 Round St. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole for Lethbridbe. t1 W Franklin, .James Bragg, Walter Bragg, andl .f. Grafton, N.D., art? tnc city looking over the land; tion. They are very much pl a-j Hi country. They have '.f, chased' land about thirty mile? of T-iler. They will return this u.i-r with effects. FOB seven ern house. Apply P. McMurpl Manager South Alberta Lumber f Six new Modern Houses for sale at reas- i enable figures. W. R. Dobbin PtMMM 122 ;