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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M. J. H. SKEITH INSURANCE 1Ee Lethbridge THE PLACE TO STAY MM k titttottji I to HIM Mm i Ita Efficient: From the 1st of the firms of Hick Wrikely and McKeown-Hick Hard- wire Co. work iu conjunc- tion, and all for plumbing, repairing and heuting should be left at this store. Promptness and effi- ciency will be our watch- word. Our men are repair specialists and if you wish any alterations or repnirs let us know your wants and we will satisfy you promptly. The McKcown-Hick Hardware Coy. 'Successors to Brodie Suffoiti ind Hick Wakely PHONE -62. Freih from the manufacturers best that can be bought (Winter Necessities) Combination Fountain Syringe fif Attachments inti Dispensing Cbemuts elephone Reslcieut Night Clerk V The Store of Quality Staple and fancy PICTURE FRAMING A large and well-assorted stock of to select froru. Agents. for .Victor Gramo- phones and Records ROBEITSOrS BOO! STORE 1st bor let if liiN luk 251 CITY AND DISTRICT Whtut took a drop of today. A. Munro. of was in the city yesterday visiting his people. J. F. Silver, of Salt Lake, is visit- ing his brother Jno. A. .Silver of this city. M. Spenwr of Canlston went through the city on Saturday on his way to Ottawa. W. A. Humphrey of tJivat Falls, forrrerly of the Milk Hiver Haaicho Co. is in -the city. Nelson WEATHER BUILETIN. i j lYinca Allwrt, cloudy....... 8 There were entries Battleford, fair ................12 made at Lethbridge in January. Swift Current, clear......... 1-L Last year the number-w-as Si. Edmonton, fair............... 20 A. E. Ea.ston and J. A. McGuDin clear 8 left this morning on a month's trip j cloudy 2P to the Coast. They will visit Van- MinnedosaT cloudy 10 couvcr, Victoria, and other coast, Calgary, fog points. Vort Arthur, clear T. McXabb. II. Scott, and .1. 11. Medicine llat, cloudy 20 -1 2 -11 0 -12 0 -18 Fleet wood, local Masons of high de- lleS'na' clear..-................. groe. leave tonight for Pincher Ci-eek j Bulletin From. Central.'Oflice to assist in tlw dedication of the j pressure has fallen ovor Urit- Masonic Temple in that town. ish Columbia and Alberta ind u-ni- Two follows raised trouble at the j iwratures arc- rising somewhat hi u'ic Belgian Restaurant on Saturday c-v-j latter province. In Saskatchewan ening and were coralled by the po- Clear Havana Cigars and .Manitoba lias teen SLASHED AGAIN Another big cut in the price of our Fine SHIRT WAISTS. They must be sold in order to clear the way for new Spring Stock EVERYTHING IN THE SHIRT WAIST LINE AT ORIGINAL PRICES Were From to FLANNELETTE WAISTS AtSOc Hudson's Bay Co Scrce People tipect lew Ms to Hart And they; are disappointed. They buy that kind. The fact that a should fetl comfcrtabjfc from the start is unknown to them because they have never felt the luxury of putting on a rightly made shoe. They overlook the fact that we curry shoes that give the wear of tvro pairs of the kind they buy. Let your next pair be.'i shoo bought at GowV F COW A CO. Lethbridge fully Modern House (IRooms) jj AND HALF ACRE LOT NEAR CENTRE OF CITY 333OO cash. Bahuice easy. Terms ALBERT IVES 2 Olinr Blsrt fair ami cold. fair and very lice. One, ,a fellow named Lot-Is, was up 'before the this morning: and was fined. The other cows uj, j cold today and Tuesday. More mod- oratu. in Saskatchewan and .Vlberta. A few local snow flurries but mostly a little On Salurdav night two of the city's i well known youn, men to I tocia-v aml otl wiLh take revenue or. the Chinain.-n. i.i the Columbia Restaurant: They got 'aj'----------------- long stick and struck 'through a baukl The city council meets tcii'rghl window .to hit the 'Jhink. -The case The Eagles tonight at 8 comes up tonight "yeforc AJ E. Hum- phries, J. P., at 7.30. S. EL BKAVA EL AMBAR DAVIS S02sS R.W.Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters At the conclusion of his morning service Rev. A. M. "Gordon Knox Church made fitting refernee to the death'.of Rev. Dr. Torrancc of Guelph father of Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham. He spoke- of his high position in church and educational matters and of the. splendid work he accomplish- ed. Tonight, a-t Knox Church the mem- bers of ihe Epwonth League and of the Baptist Young People's Union will bo -the guests of the Knox church Westminster Guild. Rev. Sinclair, a returned missionary from the Congo, will give an address, and show cur- the Visiting Season Easton is ready to meet the. wants of families and tou- rists who need Trunks. Suit Cases, Club and Gladstone Bags for their holiday trips I carry fell range at prices you don't object to pay. clock. '.VaKer Ross of St Mary's was in the city yesterday. J. Mcifurchy, of the C Y Ranch of Talxir is in the city. High River now has telephone con- nection with Brant. On January 29 to Dr. and Mrs. Hewkson of I'inchur Creek, a daugh- ter. A. L. Foster has declined to con- sider an offer of for his farm near. Coaldaio. The provincial government will The Cranbruok Herald gives cur- rency to a rumor that D. C. Coleinan now superintendent at Kelson, will succectl Jl Erickson as. superintendent on this: division of the C.P.U. The Cranbrook Herald reports that J. Aichison, who has confin- ed to the hospital with a severe at- tack of pneumonia, is progressing fa- vorably and will soon be able, to sit Hcv. J. A. JOoyle, the western sec- retary of Methodist Sunday Schools" end Young People's Societies, who preached twice in Wesley Church yes- terday, .left for Macleod this morn- ing. The Provincial government is spend Lng considerable money this year im- proving the road between here and Tabor, .also the road between here and Kaymond, and the road across the river. Invitations are out for the Sons of England social concert and dance, to held on Thursday evening. Mem- bers will please bear in mind that the lodge will open for business at The Best Goods Are always the CHEAPEST Good Shoe; AT K EASOXABLE PRICES F. GERMAN Next Btntley Co. delivered to all parts of the city for .80. So per ton. Cash must accompany order. _. v Of all kinds done on short 11 I Ask for our prices be- _________ fore leaving orders elsewhere IE5IHI IMliSE mm CO, Offta opposite Balnscre! Bate! Phones: OSice 63 Stables A.W. The Provincial Poultry Commissioner will address a meeting of poultry fanciers in the FIRE: HALL. have wall boring outfits art work seven o'clock sharp that evening. 5 os from >tha and Stanley, served. haunts of Livingstone Refreshments will be The Fernie Ledger says: It is re- ported that Spokane men have south and east of here this year. .1. A. Macdonald was. in Edmonton last week attending a. meeting of the Associa-tion of Architects- Fred II. Speor of Brandon, the west ern representative of Gordon, Iron- sides Fares was in the "city yes- bought 440 acrts of coal land at Ta- tcrtlav- ber, Alta.. on the Canadian Pacific S. J. Mighton, the cigar dealer of Cranbrook well known in. Lethbridge; for a consideration of A company under the name of Scantonj is" disposing of bis business "in Coal Mine Company with a -capital C- town, stock of has been organiz- ed to develop the property. It is stated -that it is -the intention of the the W. C. Simmons returned to Edmon G. liaUefeuillts, Canadian-American champion skater, will appear atithe rink here tomorrow and give exhibi- tions of speed skating, figure skating and jumping on skates Admission HO cents. -15-2 A. W. Foley provincial poultry commissioner, will address a meeting of poultry fanciers in the Fire Hall tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. A scoring contest participated in by local men, is.to one of the features. Superintendent W. II. Routleclge, at 8 o'clock A scoring contest will take place, a -half-dozen live birds being there for the purpose. This will be an interest- ing and .profitable session and every poultry man should attend. ton this moniing. lie expects the 'of the Police, well known sessions of the Legislature will be L EASTON here, has iK-cn.sont to Fort Smith, 400 miles north of TOdtnonton, to I The amount of money rcceivexl at the Customs Office last month was I6093.-19 as against, 372GS.52 for the same month last year. company to put the product of ihe over in two necks, mine on the Spokane market. Q. II, McMicking lat The Herald learns that there is ithe I'nion Tiank, will be in town this much activity at 'the now town of'j xvcck nis many friends will or Coleridge. 350 men arc at work, up- j to see him. on railway construction, putting in i Mr. E. R. McDermid, chartered ac- sidmgs and coal chutes. The round- j coi ntant of Nelson, B.C.. is in the of coun clcrk hcrc- house is to be enlarged. Many resi-jcity making the annual audit of .'has nad considerable clcnces and a hotel are soon j Enterprise Lumber Co.'s books. legnl having been in a law manaccr of' lnvestigate the report 'that there is __t ._ T niii In u- Capt. W. Ff. Irwin, of Cardston, has Iwen for the posi- A. M. Grace and wev-e in tha city ye.sicnlay. Mr. Graco, who only to te built. With only or 200 foel to go to strike gas, and with C.P.R. terminals and a goodlag j rcturnorl from England last week, ricultural district surrounding it, this WCnt back to the Hat night. town has splendkl prospects. o r- l 1-rank JJ. Smith. M.E., ot Kdmon- II, E. Miebach is interesting him-i on. who is doing special work solf in the establishment of a govern- j connection with coal mines for mont creamery here. He has the right Ikminion Government is in the city, opinion, and that is the city needs! At Mathcxlist Parsonnge br the a high reputation as a He will reside in Leth- oflice in Toronto for some years. He also 'enjoys magistrate. bridge. Several Canadian Clubs will join in.an endeavor to induce Booker T. in! Washington, the great negro univar- thc .sity president of the United States, and Mr. Ilaultain, ex-prernie'r of the; North West Territories, to make a I If you require a SUPPER for a SOCIAL BALL or PARTY call on the CITY BAKERY PHONE 213 Oiir friends arc pleased to recom- mend our entering 9 5" o n 03 o B i 9 C. 03 9 P. Lethbridge, Alta., Feb. Dear Sir or Madam, As we this day have sold out our business and goodwill to Mr. N. B. Good and Mr. S. C. Witwer, we wish to thank you for your trade and courtesy in the past, arid twist you will remember the old stand and the new firm: who we are sure will give you the sarne and better service in the future. As soon as their NEW GROCERY FIXTURES are here will, along with the -present ICE CREAM, FRUITS and CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS, carty a Swell Line of Fancy and Staple Groceries and Provisions Again thanking you and trusting you will at least give them a share- of your patronage. We are, Yours respectfully, J. CO. il ami can support such a concorn. He, J. M. Harriwu on Feb. tour of several Canadian cities and has placed forms necessary to pro- j Charles Hatficld was married to Miss shaking exclusively to Cana- sent, to the'government, at the Wind- jjiiy nokklia, both of Blayncy, Al--dian Clubs, sor Hotel and the Board of Trade offices, for the farmers to sign, stat- Tt is rumored that F. II. Sherman E. Comp. B. Morten Jones has rc- ing at the same Ume tne amount _. T. tor tha local house in the of Hovel milk they can sunolv to the lactorv. T.- Crock district and that Pet- have era Chapter, ceivetl the Grand Chapter at once, the creamery can soon started and the ice procured. be Patterson will be the House of j Commons candidate of the labor par- I (y in Macleod district. t JOHN STO NTS "GRIPPE" POWDERS CURES LA GRIPPE t t O jl FOR QUICK SALE PREPARED BY il j. J. Johnston Two LoU on Bruce Street, River view each Half Balance 3 an4 6 months R.V. Gibbons Ott Block Arch Masons of Canada a charter to Shekinah which has hitherto been 1 i c l-Notice working dispensation. This means that Lethbridge now has a' place among three or four important centres, where Royal Arch Masonry: is represented. iiNQTIGE! As we have sold out OUT business to THE CJOOD CO. all accounts outstanding must sottfed by FEB- RuABT ioih, 19GS. J.W.KIANACO. H-HII MHJIf III We are now located, two doors south of Bank of Commerce and are pre- pared to do all kinds of Also 1! Clcaiuft( both Ladies7 and Gentle- men's Garments Gtoods called for and delivered A. PEEBLES Brick Building, North- East Pfesbycrian Church ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY 265 HELP WANTED girl to assist in care- oi baby. Apply Mrs. McKsown, Bsroness Soa.d-wcst of P, L. Naismith. l_AU N DRY For'a First Job us. MAH TAI 2nd Door "South of Auction Mart. DAILY HERALD ;