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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB PRINTING AT "THE HERALD The Store of Quality Canned Berlin with cover-made Imported "ELITE Enameled Ware Pears 2 for 25c The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACt TO STAY H LitMty H til HUH Mil 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 city. THE Phone 62 HICK HARDWARE REDPATH STREET CO. PHONE 21 G. mm co. Only umoi Grocer} Store la City STRICTLY HIGH CLASS GROCERIES, and kept perfectly clean is our motto, the quality of our Goods. Goods at Good's. A trial will convince you of The verdict will be Good THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PHONE 98 PROMPT DELIVERY IS P.O. Box 670 Wall Papers for Kit- chens, Bath and Halls. You can wash off the dust GET OUR PRICES Store closes at 6.30 p.m. lOBEHTSON'S BOOISTOK 1st tost tat ?f Viifli isir 21; Agtnts for Undwwood !i The Moth Is a lively worker when he gets started iu a suit. But what's the use of letting him start Hold him off by .using some Moth Balls or. a Bell's (fibre) Moth Bag We have these at all sizes and prices, each with a coat or skirt hanger. riiberta Drug and Book Go. Prescription Specialists J. I. lifEY, Mgr. LET1BI186E i 4 "I i I ONLYMEDIC1NES SOLDonSUNDAYS This our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases 011 week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell J, D Jiginbota Co, ltd, FIHIl? .10 DISPEISIIG CHEMISTS THE WEATHER. Calgary, fair i Lethbridge, fair Medicine Hat, clear Regina. clear j Winnipeg, fair j Port Arthur, clear 30 Fine weather 'has been general over j j the prairie, provinces. It has been j jcold in Manitoba and Saskatchewan i' but temperatures have risen a little., 42 46 42 34 32 20 I 21 24J 22' 16 j 10; at OITY AND DISTRICT. There will be a meeting of the directors of the Agricultural Society j this evening in the office -of the North West Jobbing Co. All members of the Independent j order of Foresters are requested to 1 turn out to the iijieral of J. A. j I i Jones at three o'clock tomorrow. j j Four JLethbridge citizens. iDw'td j j Wilson, contractor Geo. Bowen. J. Brothoroe and D. Bruce, who have been spending-the winter in J England, returned Thursday night, j Mr. "Wilson, speaking with The Her- S aid yesterday, -declares that .he I thought more of Southern Alberta j i now than ever. No other country j i could beat it. He remarked that on j the train at Moose Jaw he met a j man from North Carolina, who had sold his that state and .was going- to locate, in Southern Alberta- James R. Miiligan, owner of the town-site at Purple Springs, is in the city. About seventeen carloads of settlers' effects have been unloaded there this spring. Rogers Cunr i ningham have opened a yard and are i shipping in thirteen cars of lumber. j Before tiiis yard was opened the.set- tlers had imported nine carloads of lumber. All this lumber will.soon be nailed up in buildings. The services in Wesley church to- morrow xvill be held at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The pastor, Eev. J. M. Harrison, will preach at both serv- ices? At" 10 "a.m. the Club will meet. The Lethbridge Builders will meet for Bible study at 3 p.m. Mrs, Sidney Jackson-will sing a solo at each service. All are invited-'! Strangers sittings free, went south to Warner. j Yesterday afternoon about 4 pjn. Fred Schlueter from Kramer, X.D. i-there was quite an exciting runaway has arrived at Lethbridge with a car j A team belonging to Mr. Brown, of 01" settlers' effects. I Monarch, got scared stuff. Constable Edev of the citv police at Bentley's ware- has been promoted to the position of'i house' 31r- was thrown out Sergeant in place of Sergeant Kron-j got a severe.shaking up was 'fag. when the ambulance, ar- 1 rived, but. Dr. Kennedy, who arrived C at the CITY AND DISTRICT R. A. Van Orman, of Taber, is in the city today.. H, D. Selby irorn Lansford, 2f. D.. went to Milk Biver with a car of settlers' Mrs. Ida Hughes, from. Harvey, N. with a car of settlers effects. Three cars of settlers' effects ar- rived via the C.P.R. last night and j I shortly after, soon restored Mr, Vancouver has a report that the Harriman railway system will buiM into that city. A NEW ROOF must be put on the house or barn thig spring. The old shingles cannot withstand the sun and storm another season. If this job is not to be done over again for at least 30 years yon better use our SHINGLES They are good for that length of time, anyway, and perhaps longer. lumber, too, for repairs about tie place. Lumber Company Ld 83. 123 321 went south on the A.R. I., one each to "Warner, Milk River and' 'Coutts: Brown to consciousness so that it i was not necessary to take -him to -the f hospital. The" team ran away' tp- j .ward the big ash pile across tho Andrew Devitt from Anselm, X.D.. tracks. lllov stopped when one of and Alex Perry from Gainsboro. j the horses g.ot alraost buried in tho Sask., have arrived and go to Coutts each with a car of settlers'! effects. All Sons of England are requested j to meet at St. Augustin's church at i 2.45 sharp tomorrow (Sunday) af-j ternoon. to pay t-heir "last respects to their le.te Bro. J. A. Jones, of Lodge Albion 1, Toronto. Your last chance to see Princess Tarpeia at the Eureka tonight. Also in "Actor's Flirtation." "SASK-ALTA" Dr. Jekyil and Mr. another strong feature of the program. tt House Cleaning Do not overlook LIQUID VENEER for finishing touches. Will make old furniture look like new. 25c, per bottle For tale by J. J. Johnston Druggist -QUALITY We Can Show You Mort Good PoinU About This Rants Tim Any In Alborta THE ARE AND THE New 'If yoo live out of town COMB AND SEE (L In Acre lots In Ntrth Ward. CITY AND DISTRICT. John Brodie has finished the ex- cavation for the addition for the new Bryan block and will now begin the j excavation for the new Bank ol Commerce building, Frank paper- A baby girl came this mor to glndden the life and ameliorate tiu> srricf of Mrs. Mary Sleeves, who was bereaved of her husband ;i f.-w ruoaths ago and! who had lost lier only iluurhter the j year before. The many irien-ds of i Mrs. Stceves will Join in the er's j The preacher at the mcrning st-r- j vice in Knox church tomorrow will be Rev. H. C. T. McKenzie, brother of Mr. T. S. McKenzie. Mr. Gordon will take the evening- service. In the! morning Mr. Gordon-is to preach ml Magrath at the dedication of the new i Presbyterian church just built there. Services in the Baptist church, cor- j ner Redpath and Coutts, will beheld) tomorrow as follows Morning ssrv-1 ice 11 a.m.. Sunday school and the! Adult Bible Class 3 p.m. Evening j service 7.30. The pastor preaches at I both services and teaches the Bible; class. All strangers and visitors are 1 made welcome. j I i THEATRICALS AT THE LYCEUM) The Stuttz Theatrical company i opened in ''Was She to Blame" to a large house on Thursday night. The company made an excellent "impres- sion highly pleasing their auditors. Agnes M. Stuttz, playing the part of j Diane became a prime favorite be- 1 fore the close 'of the first act, her j second act gave an opportunity for i emotional work. In her third and' fourth she took highest clasic and -sub- lime emotion. This lady is not only an actress but a linguist and one that handles the. French equal to a true Parisian. The entire shared 'in-the .applause .and honor of the evening. Mr. J. G-. Stuttz' now in his .forty-second as a. legi- j mate actor, kept the house in the J best of humor. The character is that I of a -politician, one elected by the j "unanimous majority of one." La-i j dies and gentlemen leaving the'house j spoke, of the natural representation iii the very highest of tenns.' Tbe I play is something new and one_ taken I from actual nature, not a creation "of fiction.'. .Tonight- this excellent company opens in the English-American- far- cical ;comedy, entitled' "One of the Family" Saturday matinee and "Qle j Dlsor-" Saturday night- A WHIST DRIVE .The whist drive arranged by the Sons of England, and held in St.- Aujrustiii's hall last night was a splen- did success. Eighteen tables were in use; ,and nearly one hundred mem- j bers arid their-lady friends were pres- i ent. Twenty-four hands were played i and during- the interval after the j twelfth hand, a tasty light supper prepared by the ladies connected with the society, was much, .enjoy-1 led. _ .Bro. Wade W. Pres. acted as M. C. in his usual efficient manner. The prizes were distributed by the i W. P. Pres. Walter Appleby and I were as follows: Ladies: 1st Mrs. Harrison 179 points bracelet; 2nd, Miss W. Har- rison. 175 points, brooch; Booby Mrs. ;A. J. Warren, 134 points. j Bro. D.-H. Elton, 176 i points, gold chain; 2nd Bro. E. J. iFaunch 173 points, silver plated to- I bacco jar. i Booby, Bro. Ed Smith, 140 points. j There was a tie for gents second i prize between E. J. :E. jBoswortli and on another hand, be- i ing played Bro. Faunch- won o'ut. Bro. Elton in returning thanks for j his prize, asked for increased pa- triotism and more loyalty to the flag j among Englishmen. The past president offered the i hearty thanks of the Lodge to the i ladies committee and all who had helped to make the St. George's day celebration such a success. The evening came to a conclusion at 12.45 by the singing of the Na- tional Anthem. A GOOD ONE FOR NEXT WEEK mencing next Monday night another lively program will -be pre- sented at the Eureka. The Dunbars singing and dancing comedians 'and The Thatens in another big comedy success "The Bogie Man." Mr. Dun- bar has the reputation of being one of the cleverest dancers ever in the West and the "Bogie Man" being lull of good lively comedy will in connection with two food xeete of WILLIAMS SHOE Are the most reliable WORKING MAN'S SHOES 'Every pair guaranteed soliclstock. We have them suitable o r all Trade. Sole Agents, THE Ml TOGGERY NELSON GOW 2 Lots on water line, corner lane, Ernest Street. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK Are you going to paint your house? If so, you will require good paint USE ONLY THE BEST The British America Ironite Paint Is manufactured from the PUREST and MOST LASTING materials and EVERY CAN is GUAR- ANTEED to be TRUE to COLOR. FOR THE FLOOR Oil Stains Varnish Stains Floor Lac Floor Filler" Our FLOOR PAINT has a very bard and smooth surface. It makes old floors look like new and new floors retain their freshness. Our HOUSE PAINTS are guaranteed to be as re- commended. Shingle Stain, Roof Stain, Barn Paint Fence Paint We invite your inspection whether you wish to buy or not. It is no trouble to show goods. We have a specially fine brand of FLOOR OIL Which we would recommend to you when oiling your floor. It requires no rubbing and produces a bright glossy effect. Specially a d pted[ .for D ning and Drawing Rooms, Kitchens and Halls." Fox store and office floors it has'not a peer. THE mmm co, LTD. Corner Duiferin' and Round YOUR LAST i; i in i t CHANCE ij 3 choice lots on Redpath Street, in Block 13, west of, Bartlett Street Terms MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE The C. 8 .Bowman Ipcjf P.O. tiNk pictures make the program one the teat ever seen in the city. of Bomoas St Two lots and a which hat 7 rooms and is thoroughly modern. PBICEI3500. Terms L S. R1PLEY TELEPHONE 94 QictS Wm. of C. P. K.f for Portland. He will re- turn to Wianipqf by way of Spo- Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- ing Etc. I WELLINGTON Bros. Cor. Cutbill and Court- land. Bos 644. t- A SNAP '320-acres. rom Warner per acre. 960 acres, 1 mile from Wells siding, per acre These are both excel- lent buye and can be divid-. ed into smaller tracts il necessary. Freeman, MaclcoH and .Graham WHITNEY BLOCK Fine Central Resident- ial Site on GLYN ST. 501125 feet TERMS SKEITH A TILLEY Phone 197 Round St. W.R ;