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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY IB it tti IALLU I0TI I Do you intend to build this season? If yon will do well to call and let us you figures Hardware i; Plumbing Tinning Furnace Work Steam and Hot Water Heating Estimates by mail cheer- fully given. J[ THE------- I HICK HARDWARE CO. J REDPATH STREET I We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Olive Oil JU fast becoming tin every- day" necessity. It is used in- ternally and externally, for the old and young. The Oil is nutritious and slightly laxative. t carry only 'he first pressure Olive Oil, the fin- est and purest that can be bought, and it is often used in salads. Sold at J. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. I The Store of Quality MR. UNION MAN Do you know that this is a UNION STORE? Should you not instruct your wife io PHONE 21 for Jier Groceries. We al- ways have a complete, fresh, up-to-date stock, and you can dept-nd on prompt delivery. G. BfiftDBttfi CO. Tie Oniy UNION Store in the City Columbia Edison Victor Gramophones and Records IDBERTSOrS MUSIC STORE 1st ksr Wist of UiiM Baik 261 Agents for Underwood CITY AND DISTRia ilrs. A. B. Stafford will not receive! on Friday afternoon. j The Hick Hardware Co. unloaded a j carload of stoves today. j A challenge is offered for lit-1 tie Marguerite's equal. i The expert, assessor 1'ozr, V. THE WEATHER. 1 Lsthbridge. fair 45 I and and milder today 22 Al- and looks as if Edmon- for the sraine with Compre- hensive stocks of choice selected drug store Toilet Articles and Prepara- Supplies, and Helps for sick room, bath room and nursery. Here are credit- able goods, sold with the' guarantee of a dependable, trustworthy, reputable store behind1 them, and at no advance in.price. llterta Onq and Book to. Prescription, Specialists I, MIPUT, IfTHIIKE The Gait Hospital acknowledges the tbe followinc donations: The North West Jobbing Co., 1 case oranecs; Gait Hospital Ladles Aid Society, 2 pillow case cotton, doz. pair men's socksr 4 pair 4-dresser covers, 9 -yards table and.l doz. .napkiiis; 3frs. J, R. Anderson, maga- zines. "A Texas Steer" means get your seats as early as possible for Friday GITY AND DISTRICT Enquiries are iHjinc made by the i Kdrnonton baseball crowd for the whereabouts of -T. W. Morrison, who on the city's books j was captain, of the local team for this mornin-' j some time. Thif -1 R. H. Scott, provincial nranasrer of- ton is -roinnr m the Northern Life Insurance Co.. is! vim. in the city. Don't forget the big special mati- Tonight "The Lion and the Mouse" j nee on Saturday at the Eureka. won the prize for SCOTCHMEN ORGANIZE. j the .best waltzer at the Valentine Ball A representative meeting of Scots- j The prize" was a vase. The ball was j mca was jn the Western Lisht-j a success. i ins- Co. offices last bight for the pur-, Earnest E. Carver is working: oil! Ol- asccrtaminir tht: ''evUtJg oij plans for a residence for AY. J. AIc-j formine: a branch of the various so-j Canbly to be erected ou Crabb St. j cieities which their name 5s lesron. ilrs. C. G. lv. Xourse returned lastj Amongst those were the night from Sioux City, where she was1 Sons of Scotland. St. An.lt-.; cs. CK'J- called owin-r to the serious illness of] donian and others. her father. j The doric was ;ji srood K'lioe. Fred T. Meeyan. of Toroiiio. bro-j many "spiels" and suir-'ostions ther of Chas. Aleeffan. r-f the I hroucht fonvard hv thise was Balraoral Hotel, has taken s. i suflicient Is' in the office of the P. Burns Co. at! only ample room Fernie. Messrs. Spencer. Lewis aid I hi Hips of Sioux City, Towa, came into the city last night and went south to Warren, xhis They represent but sufficient and -apabis -Sr-'asiut-i. Lethbridce to make a ..f it There were a large number of eestions before the meeting as to what the nanie of the Society should be but it was eventually left over to the a company owning a lar.ee block of land in that district. s next meeting, which will be called at Tomorrow night, "A Texas-Steer." an early date, and of which all Scots- Get your seats [men will have notice. During the past ten days the Tur-j Mr; Keely. of the Western Litrhtinff pin Furniture Co. have unloaded three j Co.. was appointed interim secretary, cars and are now making a splendid i and he was instructed to notify all showing in household furnishings. Scotsmen of said meeting; These eoods were bought under ex- This meeting will be held in the La- ceptionally "favorable conditions. bor Temple, on Monday .evening: of There will be a tea given-at the res- next week, and to those Scotsmen idence of Mrs, E. 2s. Hicfinbotham on I who have not been notified a cordial Saturday. February 20, from 4r to invitation is extended.. in aid pi the Women's Auxiliary sion Fund. Prizes Tvill be given Tonight at Augustin's Hall, o-uessinff contest. Admission 25c. j grand concert by the Little Sisters The C.P.R. have arranged to do of St. Augustin's Church.-'-.-" Admis- SOMETHING NEW CAN BE SHOWN AT THE: J, BROWN CO. LTD. EVERYDAY IN THE VARIOUS LINES OF Merchandise CARRIED BY THIS FIRM This Week Shirt Waist Lengths in Fancy Stripe and Check Voile Stripe Lustre at a Popular Price Light Tweed Effects Figured Cashmere Opened Today Men's Working Gloves, Shirts and Underwear J. BROWN CO. LTD. Children's Shoes We are now shoeing the fiuest Hue of Children's Slippers and Shoes in the famous classic goods ever shown in the city. PRICES From up THE FOOT TOGGERY 1 Ross Street-3 residence lots, each, down j 1! and monthly. !i II ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 257 Blacksmiih's tools hat is more useful to a homesteader than a blacksmith's outfit. Saves money. Look at our window ami see what would suit you. Largest stock in city. The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd, Corner Duff eric and Street at I THE LATHEE always likes to handle lath from our yard because they enable him to do good and quick worte He doesn't have many defective or broken ones to throw away or match, USING OUR LATH makes easy work and a good job. That's .the kind you are looking for, we take it. So when you need lath, thk is the place to buy them. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 83 M4 183 "back shop" worl? at .this point. Hea- vy repairs that heretofore had to beJ sent to Calgary. will in the future be i done here. One. engine came in to- day. See Van Cello, the champion foot juggler, at the Eureka. Yesterday afternoon in the Baptist Church "Charles M. Mover and Clar- inda Caruthers were- aiarried by Rev. Win. Reid. -They left on the local for CayJey where they will stay for two weeks before returning' to their hoinei in Havre, Montana. At the tea meeting at Claresholm last Monday evening when Har- rison of this city delivered an address appropriate to the occasion, the en- tire debt the church was wiped out. was raised, all being paid up but about This amount was not due till December next. Remember, next week the Lyceum has only performance evening. Seats reserved as thii week. Six big You can buy your "seats in advance, mission reserves, 50c.'..'.. The police flock.t roivy this rnormnu. Tho polux- liav.i busy .weedinK the coats ;i en sheep; .Chas. Hunt AMIS 1-jred leave rhfi but did'.'not do so. missing train Tor .some reason, or I io felled to-report to the W.IJQ hnd him arrested. He is today to Iw-escorted to the depot on time. Six fine wolves arrived in the freight sheds this morning. They were not very larve fellows but looked as if the- had been responsible for captur- ing all the food necessary-to support their well conditioned bodies. The owner will be in possession of some handsome pelts for rues when these are prepared for of all the'an- imals are in perfect condition. They are of a uniform grey color with iio blemishing marks whilst the ieads with the lontr white teeth arc abso- lutely, intact, i' Don't forget to take in the enter- tainment by the Little of St Church Parish Hall tonight Splendid Admission 2Sc. sion 25c. Ad- the to program. Our Big" Removal Sale is now on, and will last until we move. Special Prices on Groceries .while we are still here. Give us pay you. call.'.'.' It will' THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS; Prompt Delivery. Phont N. Rowntrees Fruit Pastilcs A nice Confection, flavor- ed with pure fruit jnice. They contain nothing to erange 'the stomach. For sale bv I- J- Johnston DrorriM -QUALITY Lock Sets KENWOOD DESIGN Polished old copper on'..' r; iron oblong escutcheon plate and round knobs. The design is plain with a small beaded .border. A handsome set and good value for the money Front Door Sets Inside .90 Grand Entertainment: Of the Little Sisters of St. Augustin's Church On Thursday, Feb. 18 AT IN St. Augustin's The Conservatory Juvenile Orchestra of Nine pieces will make its first bow to the public of Lethbridge EVERYBODY GOME v Admission 25c Two good residence lofs. Burdett St.. opposite Pres- byterian. Church. -I Terms For Sale Only by -.r.- The C. BJpan lyencjf P. I Block Nine 211 House For Sale Almost'new, fully modern, seven rooms, splendid cen- tral locality. will handle. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK S. O. E. WHIST DRIVE. The whist drive held-v last "-'night will be as, one of the most popular avents.fin Sons of -England 'winter tab] es were there being 40 members and lady friends; in tlie running. In addition .there was quite a number-' of interested' "onlookers .watching the progress :ofMJie.'differ- ent JO hands had-been played light refreshiaerits were hand- ed .round, for. the gentlemen arid, the remaining 10 hands fought ont.; W. J1. WadeJ Special 3-Course Breakfast Within the reach of everybody 25c and 35e FOR SALE On Outskirts of City This is one of the best speculations we know of. The price and terms are most att-active Alexandra Cafe RH. MURRAY Cor. Dufferin and Round Sts. Phone 197. worthy president of the lodged then on President Appleby, 'his acceptance' of a mag- nificent Past President's jewel, .pre- sented by the lodge-: "la'ark of their, appreciation, of his work ;in ;the chair.'.during- very "successful Bro. Appleby was greeted. a round .of ap- arid briefly replied." Bro. Wade tbe' as follows Jlrs. ,C. West- ley? Miss -May Harrison. C. Westley; -Wni... Albert'" Ely'. Tlie c6mmittee. and lady helpers .were .-thanked. for. their ser- vices, -and "a niost delightful evening closer] with the National Anthem. The- Sons- of-England, will probably hold another .drive on a larger scale Little Clifford Hyland will swing his baton for the benefit of the children .ori Saturday afternoon at COWS. FOR fresh cows for sale. .Apply M. Boyson I have the cheapest lots to be had in the city. They are just two from the school in the North Ward. For a short time only I have a number that I will sell at and each. One-third down, balance in 4 and 8 months Ci, Cartfully consider this offer. These lots can be handled at about per month each after the first payment is made, and are easily worth today FOR INFORMATION APPLY L. S. RIPLEY Phone 294 "II YM Oat of Towi ;