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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HINTING AT THE HERALD 'fife Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY flu to UtttrMp H to Utltf Do you intend to build If so yon will do well to call sad let us give you i Hardware i Plumbing Tinning Furnace Work Steam and Hot Water Heating Estimates by mail cheer- fully giren. ______ Tlltr--. HICK HUME CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 YOU WILL 'WANT J Vitm foster'! Wall Papers Those who buy it know they are getting the best. So judge for yourself. Ko trouble to show goods. IMEITMN'S IU3IC SJOKt lit Hw lot if IfiiM Ink 2Si Aftnts for Undarwood Oar Is one of the finest and best of its line. For the care of rough red hands it has no equal. Chapped jace and hands may be cured in a night by it's use. If you are interested in a carefully prepared Cold Cream Buy a 25c. jar at, J.O. lip bottom Sto. ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Quality Why buy a cheaper grade of Rolled Oafs When youeanbuyOgilvie's Best at the same price as other grades. PHONE 21 G. mm co. TieOiljUmontiftli tie City Lloyd Neai has something, up his for you tonight at the Lyctum. The Customs offices are undergoing a course ;-minors and carpenters are ousv cliansre in. the upper more, room for the wrow l.jsmyss. P. J. Murce, general merchant, of Wlnnifred, is in the city today. While in the city he loaded a carload of flour and feed to be used in his busi- ness. Bask's Laxative Cure as the name implies, is put up expreaaly for .Colds and LaGriftpe. It breaks up a heavy cold in a lew hours, warding off serious compli- cations, relieving the pains of LaGrippe. action, though not drastic, the' cold is broken up, and the malarial poisons passed off by gentle action of the bowels. A- good one. Try it. i Prescription Specialists lllfUf, IflMKE CITY AND DISTRICT C. V. Bennett has returned from a trip to the Coast. Mrs. Blenner-Hassett will not re- ceive tomorrow, Thursday. C. T. and D. O. Peterson, of this city, will onen n moving picture show at ifacleod this week. The three Hylmnds at the Lyceum are worth the price of admission alone. Chief Gillespie told the Herald to- day that he wouldn't permit any 25- round boxing bout in this city. Mrs. J, Morgan will receive on Fri- day of this week, instead of Thurs- day. The S. O. E. waist tournament takes "place tonight at 8.30. Lodsre meets 7.30. Miss Nellie Sherd, Redpath. street. has returned from an extended visit to Xorthfield, Minn. The Trusts and Guarantee Co.. Ltd., been appointed administrat or of'the estate of R. Marapodi, who was killed at Frank 'on Oct. 22nd last in the Bellevue mine accident. Mr. John J. Genders and Mr. WU- iam H. Simister, residents of this city, leave here for Australia on Fri- day next, where they, will make their future home. r The nobbiest plate glass front be- tween Winnineff and the Coast is be- ing installed in the Shepard Block. This is what the gentleman says who is doing1 the work. The alass is oval and is held in place by brass rods. The Good Co. will occupy the store in a few weeks. A special program for the children at Saturday's matinee at the Eureka. All Scotchmen interested in the forming of a society for the promo- tion of Scottish Social Life and In- tercourse, sports, etc., are asked to attend a meetinc to be held in the office of the Western Plumbing Co., next to the Herald Office tonight at at 8 p.m. S. B. Mitchell the new agent for the C-PJl. at Lethbridge, has taken up his position here- Today audit- ors from the Montreal Department are at work on the books putting every- thing in readiness for a new start as is the custom of this company on a change being made in the officers ,pr The Winnipeg Free Press says: "W. CuiTie, of the Winnipeg assessment department, who has been appointed city assessor of Lethbridge, Alta.. was presented yesterday by his form- er associates, with, a handsome The presentation was made by Louis Ferte on behalf of the staff." Mr. Currie was engaged at a recent coun- cil meeting to make the expert assess- ment. The city engineer's men are busy this morning and are near the completion of useful winter's work. There has for some time existed a jfreat difficulty in detenruninn: the limits of various blocks in the city on account of the stakes previously put in rotting off or yith turf nnd otherwise disappearing. In the of difficulty: arising it would have been almost impossible to decide just where .-properties left ;off and began. To eliminate the chance of disputes in the future, all the old posts have been Up and in their places solid cement monuments have been put in which will last, there injc no fear of their rotting or being removed. May Eyre, at the Lyceum, ii an excellent entertainer. The programme to be presented, at the Citizens' Band Concert on Thurs- day of next week promises to be an j excellent one. Amonust those who j will assist are Miss Ursula Archer, soprano; Miss Cissie Simm. contral- to; Mr. Harold baritone; Mr. Ernest Bosworth, flute; Freddie John- son, violin, and Mr. Albert Ely, F.R. C.O.. accompanist. The Cittsens' Band have A fine projtrammw of over- tures, etc.. and the Lethbridffe Pipe Bond has also consented, to 'take part i The concert- will be given in Oliver's I Hall, and tickets can be obtained of any member of the band and- seats re- served in any part of the "hall. Plan at C. Ross Tate's jewelry store. The proceeds are for the instrument fund. THE LATHER always likes to handle lath from yard because they enable him to good and quick work. He doesn' hare many defective or broken ones to throw away or match. USING OUR LATH easy work and V good job. That's the kind you are looking for, take it. So when you need lath, this is the place to buy them. toners-Cunningham THE WEATHER. erately cold, with, local snowfalls on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Van Spancheren who left here last fall to reside at Summer-land, B. C., have returned to their old home in Iowa. The Canadian Courier, in its last issue- had three splendid illustra- tions oi the C.P.E. bridge across the Belly River, supplied by J. B. Eob- inson., of this city. Mabel Summers in illustrated melo- dies tonight at the Lyceum. Mrs. E. H. Wilson will receive on Friday. Feb. 19, from 4 to 5.30 o'clock in the afternoon and after- wards on the first Friday of each month. The Board of License Commission- ers met in this city yesterday after- noon and granted a license to H. C. Hanson for a new hotel to be erected on Ford St. Packed houses at the Eureka. If you can't there in time for the first performance the second com- mences at 9.30 p.m. Lethbridge friends will regret to learn of the death in Otonabee, Ont., of Mrs. Alex. Stewart, sister of C. Matchett, of this city. ;Jhe was a member of a well known and highly respected family Chas. Mair returned last night from an extended visit to his daughter in the Okanasran. He is much improved in health. On his way back he was in a wreck nn the C.P.K. main line at Hector sidine. west of Laggan, The express train collided with a freight on siding, the switch having worked open, in some mysterious way The fireman an the express locomotive was killed. None of the passengers were injured, the passenger coaches not leavincr the track. Tonight "The Wolf'V at the Ly. ceum. Eev. C. 'If. Padley, late pastor of the Baptist Church, has been in the city since Monday. He leaves to- night lor his home in Poplar, B.C.... W. R. Dobbin and C. .W. formed a partnership to conduct general real estate and brokerage bus- iness. They will occupy Mr. Dobbin's rooms in. the Southard Block: until the Shepard Block is finished. Both gentlemen are.known as enterprising real estate men and no doubt .will be the means of bringing many set- tlers to Southern Alberta. Another mining company will be. gin operations in this- district about March. 1st The; Standard Lethbridge Collieries, Ltd., with E. P. White as manager, wiU begin to .develop their claim, one- and one-half miles south- east of the Boyal Collieries. The daft of the big auction tale Saturday, Feb. Ifthj corner' Ctlyn and Ford Sts., near the A- R. and I. of- L. Wilson, auctioneer. Phone IW. These new materials may now be chosen with confi- dence in being able to secure the NEWEST GOODS in the LATEST STYLES and at the LOWEST PRICES. Our range was never so good. Choose these materials early and have them made before the Spring rush. Charubrays, Zephyrs, Ginghams, Galateas, MuclJns and Prints in all the new shades and at popular prices Cadjcs Blouses Unusual Values Finest white lawn blouses, embroidered fronts, lace- trimmed, long sleeves in all the new styles, generously tacked high collars. Early choosers get the best values to Tucked white lawn i HUDSON'S BAY CO. Children's Shoes We are now showing the finest line of Children's Slippers and Shoes in the famous classic goods ever shown in the city. PRICES From up THE FOOT TOGGERY Tl Choice residence site, 4 lots corner Ashmead and Bompas. each, cash, balance 6 12 mths. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 I Grand Entertainment Of the Little Sisters of Si Aupstin's Church On Thursday, Feb. 18 AT 8 P.M. IK St. Augustin's Hall The Conservatory Jnvenile Orchestra of 'ifine pieces will make its first bow to the puBlic of Lethbridge EVERYBODY COME Admission 25c I Bargain Sale I For One Week Only Two Lots on Guineis St.. Kiverview Subdivision CAS H i The C. I. Bowman Igency P.O. link PtoieZII Blacksmith's Cools What is more useful to a-homesteader than a blacksmith's outfit. Saves money. Look at our window and see what would suit you. Largest stock in city. The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd. Corner Duffcrin and Round Street Lyceum and My Wardrobe, a gold watch and with K. of P; locket attached. Finder will please leave at Mark Johnson's and receive reward. 57-6 For S50 the return of my gold watch. Lost between Lyceum Theatre and C. P.; R; Depot. No." of E. A. R, Mfller, Alexandra Kestaur- ant. 57-1 TO Restaurant; fully equipped. Apply Wm. Porter( Ar- A. M. of Ellis Calffary, is sruest at the Lethbridee Hotel, Chief Gillespie is.-; administering speedy justice to the many players on .tin horns in the "city: "Two--..of these were chased out yesterday, and a couple of low downs were arrested at 12 o'clock: today, and upon, re- quest took train at 1.40 for some, other point.. Money Saved is Money Earned Ladies1 before making up garments for the children or yourself, see my assort- ed stock of Remnants Groodsare cheap, them is to buy. To see S. M. BrooK THE STORES Westminster Kbad North Ward near the School House For Sale Almost new, fully modem, seven rooms, splendid cen- tral locality. will handle. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Special 3-Course Breakfast Within the reach of everybody 25c and 35c Alexandra Cafe R N. MURRAY Proprietor On Saturday afternoon at 2.30 there will be a big special matinee for the women and children, at the Eureka. Prices lOc and I5c, 80 ACHES FOR SALE On Outskirts of City 1 This is one of the best speculations we know of. The" price and-terms are rinost attractive Skeith Tillev Cor. Dufferin and Round Sts. Phone 197. Lyceum Get your office open reserved. all day. lington -Hotel, V 57-0 FRESH EGGS People who art uiing Have these for sale Sole Agent J. J. Johnston j -QUALITY Lock Sets KENWOOD DESIGN Polifhed old copper on cast iron oblong escutcheon plate and round knobs. The design is plain with a small beaded border. A handsome set and good ralue for the money Front Door Sets Inside .90 The Good Co.'s Great Money-Saving Removal Sale Starts on THURSDAY, FEB. 18, and lasts start moving their stpck, which will be about March As WB are a little overstocked on 'some lines, we are going to give you the benefit of laying in a supply of groceries at a considerable saving-while, we are still at our old stand on Ford St., as it is quite aa expense moving such a Jarge stock of goods, and we would sooner sell you the goods at a reduction than to go to the expense of moving them. Here are a few of the prices we are quoting, subject to being unsold previously, as we are not re-stocking anything until we get into our store on Round St. These prices told good only until we move. v RA 1 8 1 The finest selected Valen- cias and extra cleaned- Kegular Ib. Before we per seeded, in' 12- packages. Kegular 2 for 26c. Before -we move, per pack. ISc Seedless, in pack- ages. Regular 2 for 25c. Before we move, per package ISc The finest Filiatras cleaned. Regular ISc per Ib. Be- fore we move, per: Ib. ISc CURRANTJMThe finest cleaned, in packages. Regti. lar 15c per package. Before we movei 2 for Hxtra fine-stock, 50- 60. Reguliur 2 Ibs. for 25c. Be. fore we move, 3 Ibs for 25c, or, per 25.ib. box SI.S5 Evaporated fancy stock. Before we move, 2 Ibs for 28c Tetley's, in ting. Regular 50c and 60c per Ib. Before we move, per Ib. ......4Sc BSc The Blue Label brand. Regular 36c per bottle. Before we move, each SSe PRESERVED FRUITS In. bottles, the 'Wagstaffe brand, nearly every variety. Regular 40c each. Before move, each ....30c R Japan. Regular 3 Ibs. for 25c. Before we move, 4X Ibs. for 25c Pride of ..Canada brand. Regular 2 tins for 2ye. Before we each COOKING APPLES-A few which we jwil.l clear out. Before we move, at 5 Ibs. for 25c PEARS-rdEvaporated fancy stock. Be- fore we move, 2 Ibs. ior 26e FORCE, SHREDDED WHEAT BIS. CU ITS, ORANGE MEAT AND GRAPE NUTS. Before we move, per pack'age 'ISc guaranteed pure, in bottles, Regular 25c each. Before we move, 20e, .or 2 for 3Sc Wagstaffe's red currant. Regular 30e per bottle. Before we each........ 2Sc MOLASSEST-The Uncle Ben brand, .in-3_lb. tins. Regular 25c each. Before wo for 2Sc hand-picked kind. Be- fore we move, 5 Ibs. for 2Sc CANNED PEACHES, PUMPKIN, PEARS, RHUBARB AND BLUE. gallon tins. Before we "move, selling at CANNED RASPBERRIES AND STRAWBERRIES-r-The Red Fea- ther-brand; nothing better on the niarketi Regular 25c per tin. fore we raove, per .tin 20c good stock. Be. fore.we move, if taken by the sack, per-cwt. and Mocha. Regu- lar 40c per Ib. Before we move, whole or ground, per Ib. 30c Brand, Regular 25c per, 1-lb. package. Before we move, Ib. or 6 Ibs. for SI.SO MIXED 25c per Ib. Before we move, 2 Ibs. for 36c Red Oross brand, in sour, sweet or "chow. Regular each. Before we move, each 9Sc .we move, from a dozen and up. 30c a dozen and up. Read this carefullyT and if you do aot see everything yon want, send us your order, and you can depend qn getting the best prices possible as we are bound to reduce onr stock' V TEe GOOD CO. Up-to-Date Grocers PHONE H TM TMB Ut' ;