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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VMBT JOi fUNTWC Av THE HERALD THe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO tin UtMst tn Do you intend to build this season? If so yon will do well to call and let us give you Hardware Plumbing Tinning Furnace ff Work Steam and Sot Water Heating Estimates by mail cheer- fully given. THE HICK MHCD, REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 YOU WILL WANT Witsoff Foster's fall Those who buy it-know they are getting the So judge for yourself. trouble to show goods. IQBM'S MUSIC STOK 1st Inr IBt if Iiin Ink Phone 2SI s for Underwood The performance at the Eureka will begin at 7.30 fharp tonight. Second performance 9.15. Come early and avoid the ruth. Alex. Miller came into the city last night from Stately and is staying for a day or two. .Rev. J. J. Cameron, Presbyterian minister from Raymond, is in the cito to3ay. Your last chance tonight to see "David Harum" at the Lyceum. Bask's Laxative Gold Cure as the name implies, is put up expressly ior .Colds and ,It breaks up a heavy cold-in a few hours, warding off serious eompli- the 'paiins of LaGrippe. A qtiick" action, though not drastic, the cold is broken up, and the malarial poisons passed off by gentle action of the bowels, A-good-pne. Try it. i I i I 1 i I Specialists 1.1. win, THE LATHER always likes to handle lath from our yard because they enable him to do good and quick work. He doesn't have many defective or broken ones to throw away or match. USING OTJR LATH makes easy 'work and a good job, That's the kind you are looking for, we take it. 80 when you need latb, thta ia tbe place to buy them. aa taa COMPOUNDIN6 PRESCIIIPnONS Is that feature of every well regulated pharmacy which should be brought to the highest degree of efficiency. Pure drugs and chemicals have for jnany years been preferred by us. That is why we solicit your lispensiiig trade. Let your prescriptions be filled at j. D. Higintota S Co. I til Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Q-iiity Why buy a cheaper grade of Rolled When youcanbuyOgilvie's Best at the same price as other grades. PHONE 21 G. mm CO. Tie Bit} UNION Stare Ii tie Citj (M AND DISTRICT R, T. Barker, of Macleod, is -in the city today. Wra. Wood of is spending today ia the city on business. Rev. W. B. Whiteman of Cardston .is visitor to the city today. Don't fail to see Marguerite, the little wonder, at the Eureka. The Hick Hardware Co. received a carload of paint yesterday. Chas. Hocean arrived from High Ri ver last night and is staying- in the city for fl. few days. J. A: Xetdig, is suffering from a se- vere attack of rheumatism. He is at his ranch across the river. Get your seats early for "David Harum" tonight at the Lyceum. Alderman Kinc visited the Isolation. Hospital this morning and attended to the heating- apparatus. He found the furnace was of order and same is being repaired. ,Vlso stcrm windows and doors are to be placed on for immediate use. See Van Cello, the celebrated foct juggler, at the Eureka. The Young Men's Base Ball Club will hold a banquet on Thursday ev- ening next for the purpose of award- ing- medals to members of the ing team in the City of l.'CS. j Those desiring Tickets caa r.rccurej them from members of the Y. 3J C. Executive. 23 iron at the big auction sale. W. L. Wilson, auctioneer. The implement companies have ne- ver experienced such activity as they are having just now, said man from the States this morning. There is scarcely a respectable implement com- pany who is not endeavoring to get .a place of business somewhere in the vicinity of Lethbridge. A report re- issued from one of the largest concerns on the other side states that they scot the biggest in Al- berta that they have ever bSen called upon to handle from any one terri- tory before. This speaks volumes for. the advancing1 northwest. Still there is room. The three Hylands at the Uyceum are a scream. A new cigar factory ,s tat ting ur> in the city, the proprietors being .Geprate BellBVue- -azssi oupma, and is located on Redpath next to Rogers Cunningham's lum- ber office. The new firm .will be known as Bellevue Supina. They are manufacturing nothing but first class cigars. H. Murray, proprietor of the Al- exandra. Cafe has introduced a special breakfast; as. the latest feature in con- his A ;three course breakfast can be had for 25c. and :35c. A's a result the cafe was crowded this morning. Thesys-i tern under which the cafe is conducted j very popular. Rochon's ice cream is of tho very best quality. On Monday evening many members of the Anglican Youri> People's As- sociation and their friends met in the Parish.. Hall .for social at; home. A very enjoyable evening- was spent, and- the officers of the association wish to thank very heartily the ladies .and ficentlemen who so kindly assisted .w. making the evening a success. The following programme was mach ap- preciated hv all present. Piano sold, M3ss R. Mr. Ely: musical romance; song Mr. Maclean; sonjr. Miss Hings: reci- tation, Mr. Aaquithl The musical romance, xmder the direction of Mrs. Chivers and Mr. A. Ely. was the Tea-: ture of the evttoing. The .prizes were kindly stiven by parishioners. Winners of the prizes were as follows: 1st, Darling, 2nd, Mrs. J. -R. Ander- son, 1st, Mr. Cooper, 2nd, Mr. Smith Durinjr the eveninir n collection was made which amounted to Sis'. This enables the association to pay off the remaining on loan, which debt was incurred by the erection of the Pfttish, Hall. 26c gives you a good neat Geo. Summers' Stock Co. in "David Harum" and three big 2 1-2 hours of the highest en, tertainment en the the Lyceum "Theatre, Bargain Sale For One Week Only Two Lots on Gruinew St.. Rivervievr Subdivision CASH The C J Jowinan Igencjf P.O. lloeK noil 211 I l THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, cloudy 3 .2 Provinces Fair and cold today and Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Ice cream all the time at Eochon's. Andrew Tilley has been appointed a commissioner for takine affidavits. See the Cowles Family at the Eu- aerial athletes. Mrs. Oswald Cratrer. from the Uttle Bow, is visiting Mrs. (Dr.) Craee. Get ice cream for your -at home iroiir Hot5i6n- O'Meara. who has been working- in the Yukon, will deliver a missionary address at St. Augustm's Parish Hall this evening. Everybody Admission free. One worth of amusement for twenty-five cents at the Eureka. The old timers of IMhbridce will re- gret the serious illness of Mrs. 5f. Wallwork, of Bow Island, who is at present an inmate of tha Gait Hospi- tal. Mrs. B. T. Whitney" of Bow Is- land, is also in Lethbridee, in con- stant attendance on her mother. 9 stoves at the big auction W. L. Wilson, auctioneer. Board Of Trade FRESH EGGS People who an ming Have these for tale Sole Agent J, Johnston -DUALITY QUAHTIW- J Have Aanual Meeting (Continued from Front Page.) City Council x Less: Unexpended portion of Domin- ion, exhibit. grant. 533.JL6 Prize for .exhibit from minion Fair, "Calvary '.I'.. 20.00! Balance at debit in "Union Bank >0.6i G2.80 Salary of Secretary General expense Entertainments: Minnesota editors Scottish :Apjericul- alists 50.25 Eent of Furniture and fixtures Interest and discount Telegrams Freieht and Express Stationery and printing Dominion Fair 404.53 1Q5..00 9.80 7.85 10.00 22.86 407.15 Lock Sets KENWOOD DESIGN Polished old copper on cast iron oblong escutcheon plate and round knobs. The design pUin with snuJl beaded A handsome set mnd good value for the money Front Door Sets M NEW DRESS AND TRIMMINGS Showing all that's new in Vailes, Panamas, Poplins, Ta- fettas, Eolenes in shadow stripes or plain. Also a big variety of colorings and weaves in costume lengths. Persian Band Trimmings in different widths to match almost every shade of material. AUover Laces and Insertions in Black, White, Cream, Paris and Champagne. 54 THE CASH STORE A, Macdonald Co. Children's Shoes We are now allowing the finest line of Children's Slipper and Shoeg in the famous classic goods ever shomu in th city PRICES From u THE FOOT' .'TOGGERY Choice residence site, 4 lots corner Ashmead and Bompas. each, cash, balance 6 12 mfhs ii ALBERT E. IVES, The'real trunk mystery at the Eu. reka. Blacksmith's Cools What is more nsef ul to a homesteader than a blacksmith's 1 outfit. Saves money. Look at our wiqplow and see what I would suit you. Largest stock in city. The MEOWN HARD WARE Co. Ltd. v> I Corner Dufferin and Round Street 1 RESERVE THIS DATE. Wednesday, Feb. 24, is the date of the appearance, in this city of the Musical Eckharts, .Swiss Bell Ring-, ers, the finest troupe of the kind on the American continent. At Wesley Church, under Tthe auspices of the Epworth League. C. Charles wishes it to be under- stood that in leavinc fcis present bus- iness he has not at present any ideaj ,of taking "another here >or i where, and a previous statement made j tea room was in error. Received Today Fresh Lettuce Sweet Potatoes Bananas Malaga Grapes Shelled Pop Corn Xew Bates Crauong's Choco- lates UP-TO-DATE Prompt Delivery. Phone FOR ME This is one of the best speculations. we know of. The price and terms are moitatt i active House For Sale Almost new, fully modern, seven rooms, splendid cen- tral locality. will handle. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK I A CORRECTION. i Editor of The Herald: my conununication yes- i ferday re the Isolation Hospital, it might be inferred that Dr. Camp- bell, the HealtE Officer, was not at- {rending to his duties connected with. i same. Dr. Campbell, on. being in- j formed concerning the conditions, 'immediately took action to better f them., 3. B. KELSEY- St. Valentines Ba i Who is going to get the Olivers Hal TOMOKKOW NIGIf 1 Refreshments served at Alexfj dra Cafe. f i Special 3-Course: j Breakfast i Within the reach of every 25c and 35c j Alexandra H. N. MURRAY Jf Lt9t Oil FULLY EQUIPPED Skeith Tilley y- f W Cor. Dufferin and Round Sts. Phone 117. You I have the lot. to had in the city. They are two from the school in the North For a thort time only I haw aumber thmt I will and each. One-third down, Nance in 4 and 8 months Cfcrcfully coitider thit offer. lott can handled at ahovt per iaonth each after the first payment made, and are easily worth today f OR INFORMATION L. S. RIPLEY Phone 294 ;