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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M. j. M, HCHTH v, -V t r FIRE INSURANCE e Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY MM h bttiMp t to HUM HI hour Suggestion Table Helping You r We feel rather proud of 'our "Suggestion Table." At first we didn't think it vas .very much, but the favorable comments pleas- ed women customers have expressed Lave made us rather pleased with it. It is ,a great convenience if you wish to add siiwU inexpensive ai tides lo help with the work of the home. The table contains no' article over 25c. The McKeown-tiick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie 4 Stafford and Hick Wakely Fresh from the manufacturers best that can bo bought Hot Water Bottles (Winter Necessities) Combination Fountain Syringes fif Attachments J. D. ligiiWSii dltt Family and Dispensiup Cheuib'.s Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk Tte Store of Quality I Staple and fancy Groceries A- large and well-assorted stock of to select from. Agents for Victor Gramo- phones and Records IDBERTSOrS BOO! STOBE. 1st bof lest if Biiu Ink 251 .January 80, Mrs. Oil, a daughu-r. j Chus. the rooster steuler.i was iu the Uarmcks for a month; B. 5V. Younp of Knymond drove in! last n iff lit and is in the city Rumor has it thnt tho 'train from the1 east is eighteen hours late. iliss Ruth Freenwn has rviurnetl to college at Yato, B. 0. B. Mertvr got costs this morning for breaking a wimloW in Miss Scott's millinery store. The Iron Works rc-cetvod an Prompt Itteirtfon Our lira j r Big Drop in Cut Glass Nelson Fraser WEATHER BULLETIN. RdmontoH, fair, 12 Calvary, clear 12 Ixtthbridge, clear Medicine Hat, clear 10 Prince Albert, clear 0 nattleford. clear -10 for car wheels and axles from the lloyal ColiU-ries yesterday. R. F. i-miiturer of the Hank Swift Current, of Montreal is confined lo his house 'Kfgina, clear iilncis. I Minnedo; R. If. Seabrook of Winnipeg has j cleav a poskiou...hi the grocery do-j partment with Lite Hudson Hay Co. Mr. aixl Mrs. A. M. Grace arc ex- pected Lo arrive from -Medicine tonight. -G -I -S -20 -20 -30 My fine and varied stock left over from Christmas must go to give me more room for other goods, Every bit of Cut Glass in my store will be -io Clear Havana Bui lot in Froth" "CLTri raT" Office" High pressure covers tho "western vi'nces arid the xvoa has very cold in 'the .'prairie' section, EL BKAVA EL- AM8AR S. DAVIS SONS R.W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters IMiitliliiiiiHllltl Remdvall: i: Notice "if I We are now located doors sou tli, of Bank of. Commerce and are pre- pared to do all kinds of 1 Up-to-date Tailoring I Also 5 Cleaning and Pressing both Ladies' and Gestle- J men's Garments Goods called for and delivered A. Hutton Phone 265 IU HIUT I II Payments A few nice lots 40 ft. by HO ft.-on Torrance Ave., North Ward. One let sufficient for buildings site. Terms down, balance per month without interest. Alberta Realty Co J. W. Woolf. M. P. Cardston canwj down from Edmonton last night and left on the south train this morning. F. Taylor and wife of Cardston. and W. W. Taylor and wife, also 'of Cardston. are registered at'the Leth- bridge. It. W. Reider brought in a. car load of catt'tle from Cardston last night The shipment was for P. Burns it 'Co. and the entire load will be ban-' died branch. S. C.. Wither of the new firm of Good WRwer went to Didsbury, his former home this morning. Mr. Witwer will return in the course of a few. weeks Miss Ijenore Nichol. -of Guc-lph, granddaugliter of -the late Dr. Tor- r'enca. is the puest of her aun-t. Jlrs. J. Higlnbotham. Miss Nicol ar- rived last night and. will' spend some time in the city. It rather a coincidence Jos. Stonri, a brother of E. B. Stone, died in Toronto, just a week exactly before hU brother, passed away in California. The name chosen for the res- taurant in the Conybearo block, to be by C. Charles, is "The P.. 31. .ToniiS named it and he gets the- S10 prize ofTerctl Charles. There were a large number of names submitted but "The Hub' suited Mr. Charles best. Mrs. Couybeare of "Rivervicw" was the hostess at a dinner and bridge party on Thursday evening. Covers were laid for 'twelve, the guests be- ing Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Jack'Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. McNichol, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, Miss Duff and Mr. Wilson. Mr. Arnold and Mrs. -Anderson won the souvenirs at bridge during 'the evenim-. Robert Ganthony's humorous recit- als arc a scream from tho atari to finish, the very essence of refined am- usement, his first appearance in Ca- nada at Stanley Hall Montreal, be- fore a large and fashionable audience hoing n signn.T success. Sec the small bills for press criticisms ami letters He will apjKXir with his company of London artists at Oliver's Hall on Feb. 30. Seat sale at J. J. John-! ston's: C. Walsh and E. Peebles, two Fcriencttl and cfttciunL tinsmiths, have started in business in the Mat- c.hctt. building north vast of tho Pres- byterian Church. "They have'had good -training at ihc business and their work always gives 'the best, of satisfaction. They will carry a gcn-{ era! and will do all! Mods of furnace, cornice and roofing j work., as w.H as general repairing in and Saskatchc: wan. and continued very cold. An exceptionally good programme will be offered at the Bijou tonight- Two-of the leading features arc the pantomime, the "Rod Spectre" and drama, "On 4.he Rivcria." No one should miss this show. Jin connection with the lecture to be given iu-Knox Church by Rev. Mr. Sinclair" on Monday .evening next the social the- Westmin- ster Guild will provide refreshments and are preparing a good program'. Sat. Feb. around the week iaM inspect the articles and remember everything itiust go at cost price. Out custb- niers are making the money; wfe are losing C. ROSS M Jeweler T Mothers see that the little tots wear Toe-Room Shoes the feet grow in the natural way Uthbridgc 1904 James Keyes arrived iu Letlibridge with only a few dollars. How did he accumulate a fair sized estate IF By Buying Real Estate j. 2 lots, five walk from business centre, Easy terma ALBERT E. IVES loom 2, Oilier Block delivered to all parts of the city for S.-J. 85 per ton. Cash must accompany order. DHAY1NG Of all kinds done on short notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere KITHI lllfllDS! I TUttffl CO. mat ipposite BiliEinl Ntd Phones: Office 43 42 j DO DOG D D DOQOaC3OaD Lethbridge, Alia., Feb. 1908 Dear Sir or Madam, As we this day have sold out our business and goodwill to Air. N. B. Good and Mr. 3. C. Witwer, we wish to thank you for your trade and courtesy in the past, and trust yoit, will remember the old stand and the new firm: Shoe Bargains S2.OO Odd lines, splendid quality, sold as high as per pair. All sizes in the lot. Your, choice only ft. Macdonald Go, To the Pwblic: HaYing disposed of ray hardware busi- ness, the OntralHard- ware, it is absolutely that all ac- counts owing meshovld be paid immediately. Prompt attention to this matter will avoid the necessity of my placing these accounts in the hands of t tolicitor for collection G.L.VROOMAN ANNOUNCEMENT I who we are sure will give youvthe same and better service iriJhe future. As soon as their NEW GROCERY here will, along with the present ICE CREAM, FRUITS and CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS, caryy a Swell Line of Fancy and Staple Groceries and Provisions Again thanking you and trusting will at least give them a share of your patronage. We are, Yours respectfully, f J. W. KEAN CO. 000000000000000 W Dr. Courtice made his regular bus- (MM visit to Tiber yesterday. "GRIPPE" POWDERS CURES LA GRIPPE PREPARED ONLY BY r J. J. Johnston Pmcriptaoa I HAYR BROS, beg to announce to the people of Lethbridge and the surrounding communities that they have purchased the Hardware Busi- ness known as the Central Hard ware, conducted by G. L. Vrooman, and desire to solicit their patronage. They will fill the Store with an en- tirely new stock of Hardware and Tinware, and in the meantime will dispose of the present stock at a big reduction in prices in order to clear the shelves for the new goods The store is now open for business. We will be glad to greet all the old customers of the store and, of course, will gladly welcome new customers also HAYR BROS WUSH S KEBLES Brick Building, North- East Presbyerian Church ROOFING CONCRETE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY ALLniNDS of TIN IRON WOKtl II I i i 1 1 M II i it ri t i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 Opportunities Neglected are Lost i 16 roomed Louse, centrally located. down secures balance 5 rootnetl .cottage and 2 lots Bartlett Street, S25CO cash. 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