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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta flNKST JOB HUNTING AT "THE HERALD TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE rtACE TO STAY Ikti li litfehrUp is tki IAUI9 IITE Having just received a car containing BATHS, BASINS J and SINKS we are in a good position to--give yon a fair price and guarantee our work THE HICK HARDWARE CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 CHOCOLATES Our stock is fresh and are the finest products of the best makers. We huve packages at all prices and the rangy and variety are complete. When you want a neat fresh package of choco- lates, try a box trout J.O. Higin bottom S CD. ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk- The Store of Quality Canned Pears In 2 lb. tins. To clear at 2 for 25c While they last PHONE 21 G. mm CO. Oil} UII6I tnctnf ItMt ii City Wall for Kit. chens, Bath Rooms and Halls. You can wash off the dust GET OUR PRICES Store doses at 6.30 p.m. ROIEITSOrS BOOISTORE I 1st htf Irst of Oiln ink Phcne 281 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. I WE 1 DON'T CARE i i i i .4 4 i- 1 i I i 1 where you go yon cannot get your prescription dis- pensed with any more ac- curacy or with better quality ingredients than here. We make it a rale to use the purest, freshest drugs and no substitution and we guarantee you I hat your recipe will be filled just as the doctor orders Wtertj Drag anl Hook Co, Prescription Specialists M LHIIWItt Yesterday William Oliver started the excavation work on two houses Before the work was nicely started he had no fewer than five people al- ter them wanting either to rent or buy. CITY AND DISTRICT The excavation work lor the new Johnston Hotel on Dufferin street is about completed. Tenders are being called for the ex- for the new Canadian Bank, of Commerce building. lr. H. Livingstone, from Glenwood X. L.. with a car of settlers' effects, we to Warner. W. L. Wilson, auctioneer, will sell about twenty head of milch cows at BonntH and livery barn, on Saturday next at 2.30. Tics- Evans has arrived in the city from St. Thomas.. Ont., to take a position with the Daily Herald, as operator. I. M. Pierce has sold his residence on Crabb street to Bruce Beagle. Mr. Pierce is moving -out to his ranch near the Black Diamond mine. W. L. Wilwn, auctioneer, will sell the farm stock and implements, also the house furniture of C. Trowson, near Granum on May 5th. See post- ers for further particulars. li. E. Skeith, of Stillwater, is in) the c Lj arranging for-the breaking j of acres he owns near New La? ton. If will all be put in fallj wheat. I C. P. Kroning, who was appointed chief of the fire brigade last night, left on the local this afternoon forj Edmonton where he will study the fire fighting system. It is "said to be one of the best organized, and equip-! ped brigades in The. Sunday evening concerts given at the Lyceum b'y the Citizens Band will be resumed -on April 25th. A good program of vocal, instrumental and band music will be given on that evening. There will keen contest this season in the city Football Already four clubs have entered The Caledonian, Sons of England, Royal Rovers and the Maple Leaf, Any other 'team may enter up 1.0 i Thursday at 8 p.m., at the meeting; of the executive in Dr. Stewart's jf-1 fice. I -e Good Co. are manufacturing ice cream in .wholesale quantities aid are prepared to supply local and o of town customers with any qu-cEtity. The quality of the cream served by the Good Co. is well to be of the' best 'flavor and richness. W. HL Cawston is in the city to superintend the erection of the new building for the Canadian Bank of THE WEATHER. STH1CTLY HIGH CLASS GROCERIES, and kept perfectly clean is our'motto. A trial will convince yon of the quality of our Goods. The verdict will be Good Goods at Good's. GOOD CO. PHONE M HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY CATTLE ON TRA3INS Edmonton; fair 40 Calgary, fair 46 Lethbridge, fair 46 Medicine Hat, fair 42 Winnipeg, clear 38 Forecasr Saskatchewan and herta, fine weather, becoming milder. 10 Can Remain Thirty-Six Hours With- out Being Unloaded Ottawa, Ont., April House continued the debate on the budget today, the talk being entirely con- fined to members of the Opposition. The most notable speech was that H. B. Ames of Montreal, who care- j fully dissected the speech of Mr. Fielding and found but little in> it that afforded ham any satisfaction and a great deal which caused him great One of the points on which Mr. Ames laid considerable stiv.ss was in reference to temporary loans. He pointed out that in the twenty years' from 1886 to 1906 on only twj occas-1 sions had the temporary borrowing of the Government at any one time I exceeded At the end of [June 1908 they amounted to no less and still remained at a very- high figure. The result of this situation was that when a time CITY DISTRICT. D. A. Smith, Westminster Re a a. will not receive tomorrow, (Friday.) The executive of the City Football League meets tonight at 8 p.m. Dr. Stewart's office. C. Ives has been appointed so- licitor for the Imperial Bank of Can- ada here- A. J. McLean, M.P.P. of Taber, is in the city today. He reports Taber is ..very lively just now with the great number of settlers who are coming to that district. Professor Wrigley, organist in Knox church, Calgary, is in the city and will give' expert opinion in re- gard to the installation of a pipe organ in Knox church. Scott is opening a meat market in Kingston's old stand in the Hill block. The shop will be open Mon- day morning with a full line of i meats on hand. If you are fond of. pears you will be interested in what Bradbeer Co.'s ad. has to say today. Pears sell regularly at 20c. See what the ad. says and get busy. Goods are fresh and from the best factory. Use the telephone. of stress came around the Govern- ment instead of being a source of strength to the country only added to the weakness. The Hon. Mr. Aylesworth introduc- ed a bill which covers a number of private bills introduced during the session and dropped on the promise of Government that it would itself move in the desired direction. -The bill is necessarily a patchwork meas- ure. Among other things it provides imprisonment instead of fine as the carrying offensive wea- fpon. j.ne law in regard to indecent literature is also broadened so that the man found in possession is in a serious predicament. .Cattle may be carried in cars 36 hours without unloading instead of 28 as at present. The Senate met today and did not get much beyond allowing Mr. Cloran to -drop his bill prohibiting the re- marriage of a guilty party to a di- vorce. W, P. Roy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Rioa 3, Ott Block Phone 180 TEe WILLIAMS SHOE Are the most reliable WORKING MAN'S SHOES Every pair guaranteed solidstock. We have them suita.ble for all Trades. Sole Dgeiits, THE NOT TOGGERY NELSON HOW 3 Residence lots on London Road, close to Bartlett St. one third each bal. 6 and 12 months. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 CITY AND DISTRICT. The RIdgeway school district has been created. The senior trustee is J. Bowville. Mr. C. P. Douglas, one of the travelling- representatives of W. A. Gilbert, Ltd., of. -.London, Glasgow, Miss H. A. Dempsey arrived from Edinburgh, Dublin, Medoc, Cognac, and Oporto, pavd a visit to Toronto a few days ago has been engaged as principal of piano, organ and theory of the Lethbridge Conservatory. She will begin to organize classes on Monday next. April 26th, and will be pleased to see all those desirous of obtaining the 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 you are an expert and can pick out defects at once if 'there are any. We woudn't like td be subject to criti eism. So we handk only building materials that are above it. That's why it is iro- poesible to get poor stuff here. You need our kind. Lumber Company Ld 23, 123 urf 321 most modern technical instruction on the pianoforte and pipe organ. The J. Brown Co.'s store today is a veritable Timothy Eaton's on bar- gain flay. From nine o'clock when the doors were opened the store has been crowded with' shoppers and an enormous quantity of goods -have been sold. The store presents a bar- gain day appearance, all .the goods being labeled with red-price tickets, which are closely examined by the crowd. A big force of sales people have been engaged so that buyers have their wants! attended to promptly. All the goods in this large and up-to-date stock have been priced away down so those who in- tend purchasing should make their selections early. rushed right away. He has superin-j jhe Little Sitters of St. tended the erection of all the newjwill hold their fancy bazaar at the bank buildings .for the" Canadian Bank of Commerce at Strathcona, Wetaskiwin, Medicine Hmt and For- me and this season will superintend th? election of new at Cr Battleford, Lloydminster and Dauphin, the inspecting atU renovating of fourteeE other "bank buildings. He will make his headquarters here. Tonight the Lyceum Theatre pre- tentf for your approval the greatest of comedies, "Ole by the Stuttr Co. 12 people with new scen- ery. An entire change of play each night. Prices 2Sc-30c 50c. bridge pavd in the interests oi 0 N E Only Second hand Piano cash SI 50.00 in pay- ments of down and each month. Only Brand new Six octave Piano case organ Reg. Selling for cash or in pay- ments of down and each month COMMISSION Parish Hall on Saturday 24th from 4 'to; 6. The Orchestra will be in coffee ahd cocoa will be v SASK-ACTA 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 I- J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY Wt Can You Mort Ctod Ptints Abtut Tils TMn Any In Altotrta you out of town w. his firm. W. aid A. Gfllbert are the largest wine merchants and -distillers in the world, and they are sold pro- prietors of three whiskey distilleries in Scotland, si large gin distillery in London, a wine-growing estate in France and lodges in Oporto, Cog- nac, etc. The Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Go. have. been, appointed j here Saturdfty agents in Lethtoridge for the W. A. G-ilbert brands of the wines and spiritsJ The Assini- boia Music Co. Medicine Hat. Alta. Canada You get an Berlin Sauce Pan with cover-made in the Imported ELI 1 E Enameled Ware Only one to a Customer Read this ad. and then cut out coupon and bring it along and examine our new stock of enamel ware, imported direct from Austria. It is. without doubt, the finest display ever shown in the WILL MANAGE L C. R. Montreal, April with the Intercolonial Railway in- a speech night, Hon. G. V. Graham, minister of railways, an- hoimced. that.it had been decided to The Sons of: England hftd a. bigiaW'oint to run the I. meeting last Ten candidates c- R- nrach as it is in the were initiated and 19 others made; rjennsyivania, and this system would application for membership in the society. The St.: George's Day com- mittee reported that arrangements were practical iy completed for the big Whist Drive tomorrow night, a-t Stl A cordial in- vitation is extended to every mem- bo tried for at least a year. An or- cle? -iu-couhcil would be issued on Mon. announcing -the appointment of JI. J. Butler, deputy minister of rail- wavs and D. Pottinger and E. Tiffin, of the Intercolonial and F, ber and lady friend to be present.) p. Brady, former general superintend- Eight o'clock sharp. eut superior FOR seven Apply- Manager SoutK-Alberta i Lumber -Co. of the 110-O miwioii. THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Fine Proposition in North Ward An acre with 5 room house and a barn Tor cash balance per month Beagle Maxwell Land Co. com- On Tuesday Next, April 27th, 1909 AT WAHNEK, ALTA. AT 9 A.M. FMNK1 WUDDINGTOH Instructed by Mr. Rigby, owner, will sell by pub- lic as above, the following property: LOT 1 Two 17 and 18 in Block 8, with 2 roomed shack (siVe of rooms 12x18 and 7x18.) LOT 19. in Block 8, with shed thereon. All the fencing on and around the property will be sold as a separate lot. Also a 4-hole cooking range. The company will please meet the auctioneer on the property at 9 o'clock a.m. F: G. WADDINGTON LftMrUff Auctioneer YOUR LAST CHANGE .3 choice ;lots. on Redpatli Street, in Block 13, west of-Bartlett Street Terms, MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE The C. 6. Bowman Igency tloek I WALL PAPER 'jg Largest and best stock in ff the city. ;J. Paper Hanging, Paint- t J ing Etc. i fifa J WELLINGTON Bros, t J- 4b Gutbill and Goiirt-i- land. Box 644. V f Excellent Buy on Bonoas St. Two lots and a house which has 7 rooms and is modern. -PBICE Terms L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 A SNAP 320 acres, miles Warner, per acre. 960acreSj 1 mile from siding, 'per acre ;These are both excel en t buy B and .can be diyid- ed into smaller tracts if necessary Freeman, Macleod and Graham WHITNEY BLOCK T H. Hunter, from Alsen, N. 0., a 11 W. F. from Langdon, N. D.. are in the city looking over the dii-trict with a view to settling. The'-- report that alxty per the. travellers on the trains ir3 her ting for Lethbrfdge. 5 J Fine Central Resident- t ial Site on I t GLYN ST. I 50 x 125 feet i TERMS i SKEITH TILLEY Phone 197 Round St. Six new-Modern Houses for sale at reas- onable figures. W. R. Dobbin Co. Phen. ;