Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
H J H.SKEITH tad) INSURANCE ml Lethbndge Doily Herald I t Uti jt n'f jj v i r ik t 3J THE PLACE TO STAY Y k tt MM SSI to25c Represents the prices of all the wire' 'goods shown in our -'window. And the goods are not cheap by any menus as far its quality is This store stands for 'quality from "first to last and the number of pleased customers we have proves it. But to return to wire goods. Did you ever see a nicer. brighter lot dis- played before? Every- thing brand new and has only been opened up> TheMcKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors ta Brodie Stafford and Hick WaScely PHONE Q2L ns thowgh it were About to split opeui and you feel like a thousand imps were di iv- iug aoevlies into your brain tike Matchless Hutocfcc Care and you will get immediate and permanent relief. We know these tablets will stop the pain for you the same as they are doing for hun- dreds of sufferers every day Try them. 25c per kax at, J.0.lifig total iCiLti Family and Telephone 49 kpeuuuff Chcuists Nfclit Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT lions is iii Mucleod today. Dr. Galbraiih is in Stirling today. See King Edward tonight at the in tho! K. JL Vickcry of Tuber ciiy. The Store of Quality Tettey's Tea Will be demonstrated in our Store by MRS. BRYANT from THURSDAY OF THIS WEEK TO SATURDAY NIGHT EVERYBODY WELCOME TEA AND CAKE Nelson Fraser Miss 01.1U-U of Raymond i, in thc Kdmoutont cloar PRICE These pens can be carried in any position and will not leak. ROBERTSON'S BOM STORE 1st tor lest if Ira tort Phone 251 tllv' Lcthbridge, cloudy Thox. Crutfg of Foil Wayne, 1ml., rrince Albert, clear in the atj Swift-Current, fan Win. Duce of Cardston was in the JHnhedosa, cloudy. city over night. U. H. Snails of 'Tabor, arrived tlitf'citv last night. Come and see King Edward board of the battleshio. 3fr. and 3 Irs. F. .1. Moirison New Dayton arc. in. the city. Atliiir, Link- homestead inspector, went- to Clarcsholm this mp'riilr.ff. Port in Calgary cloudy 4 Medicine lint, clear........ Battle-ford, clear............ Ltegina, clear 2 Winnipeg, cnowing 36 :JtJ 011 Bulletin From Central Office. Sonic local light snowfalls or rain occurred eastern Saskatchewan ami Manitoba but generally the wea- Tiyare MA-DE THEy s WE tmtvjt In KW ti M r, r'7> -r' And'they aie They buy that kind. fact that shoe should feel comfortable from the sUrt is unknown to them because they LAVH uever Mi the luxury of potting on a rightly made shoe. They overlook the fact that we carry shoes that give the wear of two pain of the kind they buy. Let your uext pair be a shoe bought aiGov'a F COW (ft CO. Uthkridge resh Lettuce, Cekry and Bananas Arrive ererjr WEDNESDAY MOUSING by "Express-for _. Tte (ibOD G0, 1 to ft Opposite Poet J 'Clear. Three days of Ontario mails vamc ther throughout the prairie provinc- in last night. There is one niail cs has fair and milder. Espec-, due yet. ially it has been very mild and un- T. E. llason took a company of in Manitoba, out to the south cou.i-1 Forecast-Manitoba local snowfalls irv this innininir today anct fair and colder Thursday. _ 1 Saskatchewan and Alberta fair and um. Duco came m from Caulstonl coluc-r todav and on Thursday.- last night a carload 01 lat cat-! __. tic'for 13urn.s Co. Come out tonight and King Edward when he is inspecting the battleship, the Dreadnaught. N i C. T. ilarsden I day bhippcd four cars of fat cattle i to Winnipeg from that town. i i Sam .7. Gonnant 1L AVilJiani.s, antlj I O. A. >i arm way, of Edmonton, are'general'freight agent for the Great at the Lethbndge Hotel. t Northern Railway came to tho city A GOOD iT THE MOST TAlLOttE-D TO CAfi FIT TA.IL- We found our shoe last sea- ton on the decline and have applied the remedy in the shape of goods" from three American boosts. The cure is complete and now is booming, E. J. Hill oV Co. II. A. Jackson, of Helena, LAItGE HOW HOW-THtJi CAJt FIT yOU JUST THE WE A STOCK. OF SO THAT WE CAJt FIT tfAff- HIS AJVD HIS TOCK.ET- CLOTHED NORTH WARD 3 Lots j ust East of Tracks V "_ J r each. doWn and 0 monthly, ALBERT E.FVES tai 2, Irter Itet PHONE JUST COME WHAT WILL DO JJf'OU'X V: The patrons of the Eijou be s. ars -EL.BEAYA EL AMBAR SONS treated to extra at tractions prmnise to be entertaining. H. A. Shciniian of the Xojth West .lobbing Commission Co. was a passenger on the Cardston train this morning. his 'private' car. He is go ng out on Thursday and in the- mean- time" is looking over the prospects of getiing more freight from this part of country. The Mackod Gazette says: The Tnuld- ing permits issued last jear nniountr R.W; Wallace The Smoker's .Headquarters For Hay, Oats Bran Shorts Ghicken Feed SEE- LETHBRIDGE FEED CO Oice at Cab OHice, Rouwi St. PHON'E Snperintcndcnt Wibon. while driv- ing oh the mer bottom yesterday saw tree in bud almbst-iiv'.lerif. The parliament of the. Young Men's Club meets tonight The new- will present its The Alberta TJiveV and the Old 'Age Pension Bills will be debated. Thos.' .Henderson, of llelfast, Irc- t Kind, came up on the South train last night and on to Tincher, where he has bought .1 farm of 000 acres. He thinks a great deal of'Alberta. The Family Herald and Weekly] Star (Montreal) has an illustrated supplement this week entitled -Sights" and Scenes of the Canadian splendid view of. the city of Loth- bridge is given. Florence Piouse bus accepted a position as stenographer for the F. K. Mason Land.'Co.'.'assuming'-her duties next Monday. Miss Prouse is at present Co. of Reliance. of this am- t ount was spent in" the addition of j one storey to the. Empire llotel, 819, and- 000 in the erection of stor the ba- SOUTHARD'S STORE Home of SweU Clothes Lance being: represented by-residences erected ..during .the twelve months: The this is con- sidered contractors to" larly bright. __ Mrs. L. P. Snyd.rf 511 Burdcttt will Mil tht whoit htr house hold furniture within the ntxt two weeks. wishing to buy.pri- vately may within tht ntxt ten days. Piano, SITS, dining tablt and chairs, polished oak. Library mission wood. I j "ihe Diclsbury Pioneer "The business dual bj' which Xoah B. Good takes over a large fruit and confec- tionery business at Lethbridge has been completed and" Xoah has enteml into possession. The public of be sorry to lose him ns they have always found him -an upright. straightforward business man, not only in his own business >_ Reliance Coal j im m anything that he undertook for the welfare of'the. town. The board Our purchase of four hundred -trade, of which Mr. "Good Feb. Lower and a, big increase "in- the world's Visible compared with a decrease last year put a farter- crimp "in prices yesterday. For the time" being sentiment seems to have changed and the bulh appear" to be. in the minority. Opening pi ices fm Winnipeg reflected the lower cables" ,and_ general feeling in th United States and prices even allowed to-sag off with very lit- tle support. Trading in the_ option niarkst was and closing prices were about a cent lower. The early decline in the prices of cash wheat ami values, dropped Ic early in the session." The demand is now much lighter, as exported seed prices are several cents out of line and they cannot woik any wheat until Winni- peg has a sharp break, and Liverpool an equally big advance. No. 1 Nor- thern was yuiet at 4 cents under May while practically nothing was done in the lower, grades, v Although the de- mand is a good, deal lighter, openings The- principal day cof eet 's world's .visible supply of which increased of several hundred" thousand bus. for corresponding" day last year, Thra killed later to .all parts of the city" for per ton. Casli mu'st liccoinpuny order. on short notice. Askjor our prices fore leaving orders elsewhere ion Pheaes: Oficett SUbles42 c in the day a'nd there'Jwere Ivery few I rallies. Minneapolis, was a very weak market" aTi'Kclosed 1 cent lower for May and 3-8 -cents lower for -July.' Chicago closed about cent lower. American markets will all -be closc-d tomorrow for the celeV biation of Lincoln's fitr'hdayt- Pri- mary receipts Mr ere 51 -cushels? wheat shipments. bujhels. There no comparison as the cor- responding day- last year a holi- day. Total clearances were cs fol- lows: Wheat and "flour con; oats -nil. J Winnipeg Wheat op- ened 106b, closed May 111 1-8 and 110 l-4b; July U3 112 Mb! Ftfl M Aiarcfcts (Conttnuod from Front Page) "I 1 have more spect for a robber than for any" one of the unemployed, "because the rob- ber gets it, u'hile the' unemployed has not sense Thcj- .have no_ senife at-alLj, In Rus- sia they arerv doing-.it right. kiil policemea day there, they rob banks" their -re- ceipts, saying; ihe money ed for -the revolution'. fully queen of Portugal and J am sorry.fche Jid not meet the fate of My mother-" was" "a Uar when she me to be honest and., not -to and rob. The preacher 'was a liar he-told-me to licve in God. whola of society 5s a mass of-liars Peb. 56b; 3fay 62a, 1-2. Xo. .3 White Feb. 5Ib; ifay-58 3-4a. 57 l-2b. "Kejected oats Feb. 38 1-4 dies' and Misses' dress skirts from an manufacturer, shews the on the corresponding day last ryear but the latter includes Fol- lowing: a lawerlopening in considerably, and if' he ever should selling which took place in Chi- were not heavy grades and h; May 42a, 41 5-3, 103 1-2 there were very 'few- sellers. Receipts May of, v.heat wi.re less than half of 'Closing cash prices: member, will also -miss his services hard-107; Xo. L Northern, 2 103; No. 3 No. 4 90 1-2; No. 5, 80 wf No. 6 67 1-4. Feed 1, 49 3-4; Feed 2, No. 2 power of ready'cash down there atonic back to Uidsbury a warm wel- injthe session. Armour i White Oats, 06; No. present time, and enables us'to sell come awaits him. Witwer is at less than wholesale prices. Hill V SHORT BLOCKS frice the Yard Ddirend It NT M Nertt it tie Tnd E. J.jalso going into business with Mr. Good, which mtike .v strong com brokors were good'sellers-while buy-j 52; Rojccte3, 38 3-1. ing wns orders, j 56; No. 4, 54. Flax, 103 J-5-" 6 o E 2 Ian fttthe Bread, Cakes ibiyl Pastry Onr'-delirefy >imi I bring to your door .If you-don't buy you will be sorely tempted.- 3 o 9 I inBOK, ftTL A PICTURE Send us your name and -address-on a postal arid -we will mail yon free of charge one of our beau-', tiful Pastel en- titled _ 9K fUW Bit Tliis is a valuable ture-andc .well, framing. We'have 1000 of them and as lonir as they last .we will distri- tiiite free. H13H Ml I I i Walsh ft Peebles nN WTI WT ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY .7. A, Tully. tive of the Oddfellows Jlelicf Asso- ciation, arrived in this mor- ning, and jvill the nrnuaint- f I UV-WUUJJ tf ance he made with the local CKUlfci- j j- two Vcirs ago. Mr. Tullv Ixs-j4r J the limit of ten rounds, no decision being rendered. The honors were about even. PUGS EVENLY MATCHED Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. Jack" (Twin) Sullivan longs to I'etorborb, onevof Ontario's- i! progressive Southlfn cnjoxmir a winter Ontario, which is buried in j snow. Tic Blockaded for sixteen i' hours on a train between Toronto: nnd North Ray. MMMMMMiMMMMi CO Tl C.P.L TKB 4 o! FAIRY SOAP lOc a CaKe _________________________________< y 4 I J. J. Johnston I ROOM AND BOARD Respectable men only. Terms: ajnonth for and room. E. Oxlatid, 410 Bompas St. 54-6 A Snap Two Lots oft Stn ClOM tO each TIM IS L R.V. Gibboiu AND ALL TH1S WEEK GOUGii Will KMONSTRATE tW EXCCLUMCJt OF C" j f Liptons Teas YOU ARE INVITED TO SAMPLE THEM THE. CASH STORE L fecMd S Co. Oliver's Hall 'commencing Under th Jnvenik WmteVYOF ntETTYORU This is the big Show CaJgKry is Uikivf of h treat for yomt friemk they nil oil yoo.