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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta riNEST JOB PRINTING AT "THE: HETRAUD The e Daily Herald THE PLACr TO STAY Ifcn ii letkbritige Is the ULLI8 HOli You get an Berlin Sauce Pan with in the Imported "ELITE" 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 city. f THE HICK HARDWARE GO; The Store ofQuality JUST RECEIVED Anchovies in Kegs Dill Pickles in gallon jars PHONE 21 Only UllplBPOttfj Store IB 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 PHONE 98 THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY 1 TO THE Citizens of LetHbridge f and District I WILLIAMS SHOE Are the most reliable WORKING MAN'S SHOES We have them suitable 'Every pair guaranteed solidstock. o r all Trade. Sole (gents, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON GOW 2 Lots on water line, corner lane, Ernest Street. each. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK REDPATH STREET Tomorrow, night, "East Lynne" at the Lyceum. THE WEATHER. Phone 62 P.O. Bex 670 I snowing For polite correspondence Tbt ;Eaton CraiM Pike NottpajMr ,is unrivalled. We have a full line of their CARDS 1 o Regular 25c, 5 pieces for sBatiTsars IOMSTOK lit Inr lot if lib Ink 281 fir 9- .In everything we do, we take the greatest care and no matter whether it is a prescription, a family or veterinary receipe or a mixture for killing bugs, we take, the .same, care: in compounding. solicit -.your patronage. llterta Drag Prescriptioir Specialists J II Have You Tried Hard If not you. have- missed a non-expensive luaniry. This soap softens the hard- est found in some lo- calities. It produces a fine creamy .lather, where other st :faiL I IOc per -for -Price 25c at Family. And Chemiita. Telephone 4S. Night clert Edmonton, fair...................... 42 10 i 60 24 cloudy 63 23 Medicine Hat, cloudy 6-4 24 forecast, 3Iaoitoba-: Light sleet or sfiow falls, then strong northeasterly winds and much colder. CJTy AND DISTRICT. j Car of glass arrived. We can sup- fply ;size. Oliver Manufacturing f Company.-. On. Wednesday E. G. Waddington i I goes, to .Spring Coulee with instruc- i tions from, W. C. Ives to sell some' farm implements down there, "The of Shannon at: the -.Lyceum tonight. Mr. E.-_ Porter, superin- tendent of works and. general fore- r Do not let us lose sight of our muttu "LETHBHIDGE AXD DISTRICT BEAUTIFUL." I will help you. I employ five practical landscape gardeners which are at your service. I can supply you with. everything you need SEEDS. SHRUBS. FLOWERING PLANTS OF ALL KINDS Also all kinds of vegetable plants; spades, hoes, rakes, trowels, garden lines. Also ..men who know-how to use them. I also employ a Wire'Artjsf Vlio. can put up' any- thing in wire. CUT FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 276 Or 1353 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Florist aftd Seedsman Cor. Bartlett St. London Road Lrthbridge. cnt; Hat News. Stutte Co., "The Bells "oT Shannon" at the Lyceum. Aid. David King, hasvbeen appoint- ed-a cpmmJssiorier jor davtts. New scenery for each., play, -the... Mike Gibbert, has secured a half section-..about 14 miles south of Winnifred. He will nesota and move out here in about a month. The Hod and Building La- local union will hald a meeting in the Tcnnple -Charter' has -arrived and AH men; work- ing ho and balance on easy ter JIB; secures :MpDERN LING- on three lotion bestr residential street in- Lethbridge on preuiiaeii t J FreernaSy Maeleodr 8c Phone WhitneyBlock "DANDY HICK" AT LYCEUM attraction the the .second, half of this week, begin- ning V.Thursday; evening, and; .'includ- ing, Saturday matinefr wilL.be Arthur i eu- etc., should be A .-PLEASANT 1133 ALL J. A. -Lannigan, of the Dominion thealre goers -of "our ttiie West and' ler.. Aliss Josephme...Turner a. dancer." The Duo present another., screamingly funny' sketch entrtJedV "Gopglec .Gee" or "The Bogie Man." the play that took so, well.when -they were here, Jbefpre. and .was long remember- ed" by all who saw it. Little Teddy wall -be another.v strong- feature on the bill, and; with two reel? of ex- :pf.-St. Thomas, [tremely funny pictures the program He is a former alderman of the Rail-i the Eureka will be a scream from wayCity. In Knights of Pythias'start to finish. circles Mr. ITorton is very prominent .Dancing., JJulch z. ,-oi .-cleverest ever seen... in a class, yqd- Express staff, is on the sick list: city: enjoy Eureka J tlllS "WPpt -or Geo. Rogers returned on Saturday! 7T.1 from Denver; Col., where he has been, spendiiig "The 'Bells of Shannon once seen never forgotten presented in its- full splendor at the Lyceum tonight. vTownsend, arrived.-last week from England and expects to start a, market garden in or near the city at an early date. Bells of Shannon" at the Ly, ceum. an trish; comedy drama, in four acts..r E. A. Horton, a prominent citizen A NEW must be put on the house or bflijrn this spring. Th'e -old ahjbglea cannot withstand the and storm another season. Jf this job is not to be done again for. at least 30 years yon better use our SHINGLES jThey are good for that length of. time, anyway, and perhaps loager. too, for repairs about the place. a Past jjranil Chancellor of TO :roomed- cottage _ _ _. _________ __ the Grand Lodge of a fondon Boad east, of green- Past Supreme Grand Lodge Kepre- sentative. 5Cr. Horton was ed at the signs of progress in this city, -and he thinks we have here one of the great cities iof; the-.-west. Dancing Dutch Dunbar and Josephine Turner, danceef yodlers Eureka tonight- Jsyery: one will enjoy a hearty laugh. The Thttens in Goglee Gee and Littlt Teddy.. in new-. dincts. A.'I funny comedians at the Eureka this- week. AppJ7 K' Leck 114-6 Thr: LeRoy StMl WM mgersteningham 83, 123 im4 321 House Gleaning Do not overlook LIQUID r, VENEER for finishing touches. Will make old furniture look like new. 25c, 50c and per bottle For sale by I J- J- Johnston Pirtscriptlon .DUALITY i W r' titled which; will be produced: .on. evenings, while i and- evening Pineio's be, -presented, entitled "Sweet-. La- vender." "Dandy '-Dick" w'as--the -third' of the farces which' Mr: Pinera '-wrote> a series of "'plays which- gave playgoers1 a fresh source o! order of --comic ..The: -.play vis.: round a Dean, .who, while being, of; dignity, .is driven an-, indiscrete -.act- into j -a., jnost Tfi the -.character, of Richard .Hincka- has: his :splendid. histrionic ability; tfnd. the pairt will1 lose none'-of its; old time success--at :his '-hands. The -advance sale of seats is'nowopen'at the" Ly- Mason Land Co. three- good L. A; 114-2 BOOM AND two young men at ,21'0" Coutts S'C FOR driving team, and also good delivery or demo- crat team, -weight ilOO.lbs. each. L., A. Felger, c-o Maeon Land Co.. 114-3 Young man. fwishes private i lessons in dancing, Box H.T., Herald office." 114-2 women, experience t necessary. Laundry. Man wanted for orderly at HoBpital. Apply- between 10 and 11, Thursday morning. 114-3 aiidV; .wafonf -.iof city work. Apply .City "If you out ol'town write 01." Farmer s Public Auc- tion Sale A Public Auction, Sale'of Farm Im- plements will be held on Wednesday, April 28th, 1909, at the Crismon Farm, j I Spring Coulee at 2 p.m.. At tion sale there- -will" be offered the] following: r .3 Massey-Harris Binders. 1 Frost and Wood Binder. 2 .Gockshutt Breaking Plows. 2 Disc Plows. 2 Mowers. 'l Massey-Harris Disc Drill. ;1 Press Drill.: 1. Chopping Machine. Blacksmith's outfit- taps, dies and other tools. 1 Grind Stone. 3 Buck Rakes. 1 Hay Derrick. 3 Hay Backs: '2 Wagons 1 Wagon 1 Spring Wagon. 1 Buggy: 6 sets Harness. 1 set Light1 Harness. There is also a large quantity of old implements be sold as; scrap iron. Satisfactory will be giv- en to responsible bidders. Sale com- mences promptly at 2 p.m. FRANK WADDnTGTON, Public .Auctioneer. Piano Tunmg Are you going to paint your house? If so, you will require good paiiit USE ONLY THE BEST The British America Ironite Paiiit Is manufactured from the PUKEST and MOST LASTING materials and EVERY CAN is GUAR- ANTEED to be TRUE to COLOR. FOR CHlStainr Varnith Floor Lac Floor Filler Our has a very hard and smooth surface. It makes old floors look like new and new floors i> FLOCfo commended. PAIKTS are guaranteed to be as re- Shingle Stain, Roof Stain, Barn Paint j We ybnr ins'jsection wiiether yotf wish to buy or It is oo trouble to show goods. We haye'a specially; brand of Wfijch we would' recommend'to1 yon when floor; It requires no'riilcibinjEf and" produces a brigiit .Specialiy' fpir Dnin'g and DraSruig'Robniitf, Kitchens and Hallsi: r FOTgtorerand: office-floors, it -has-notra peer: THE LTD, Corner Dufferin and Kound MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- of Music piano, organ and, theory, j principal of the piano dept., Lcth-: Music. Pu-1 prepared for: all .For terms .address ,Lethbridge Con- servatory .of Music, or .residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone 244. w. i Factory Expert It NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a short time. Leare orders at Armstrong's Jewel (try Store Good second-hand Of all kinds cheap. Rock- ers from 50c np. yoii have a stove to sell see" us and get For your next sale. Roorai beside A. K. I. building Phone 189 CH A WALL PAPEiK aidH' best stock in the city. Paper flanging, Paint- 3 schoice on Ridpath i weist of Bartlett Street Terms MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE Tte C. I. Bowiaii taeoci i '-r- r 8 WELLINGTON Bros, Cor. Cutbill and Court- land. Box 644. Bflmpas St Two lots Troorot and is; thoroughly modem. PRtCE 13500. Terms TELEPHONE W Nkt 9 320 acres, 41 miles from Warner; per acre-f 960 acres, 1 mile fr6m Wells aiding, per acre These .are both exctel- can be divid- ed into smaller tracts: if necessary Freeman, Macleod J: and Graham WHITNEY BLOCK i F. G. Wftddiagton f to Warner tonight to sell some there.. Tht mett tlaborate gowns known of tht 17th cen- tury on display in BtlU of Shannon" at tho Lyctum tonight. Fine Central Rewdeat- ial Site on GTLYN STl 50x125 feet TERMS SKEITH TILLEY Phone 197 Round St. Choice Residential Lots for Sale by ;