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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB AT "THE: HERAL.D TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald Do you intend to build this season? If so you will do well to call and let us give you figures Hardware Plumbing- Tinning Furnace Work I Steam and Hot Water Heating THl PLACE TO STAY ii iiftfti is tit NUN UK Estimates by mail cheer- fully given. THE HICK HARDWARE CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Do You Know That we have a superior toilet preparation in MELLOW BALM This article when will always be for the care of once used T Rough, red skin Chapyed face and lips and ail Complexion troubles The demand for this pre- paration is steadily in- creasing and each lucky purchaser is well satisfied. 25 Cents at J.O, KiptataSCcUtil Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Quality All Lines Reduced to CITY AND DISTRICT Fred Hoonej-. formerly proprietor the Arlington Hotel, has decided 30 CENTS PER BOTTLE Regular 40c and 45c size PHONE 21 6. WEER CO. Tbe Only Umax tore i! tie City ii Write Us for a figure on the material for that new building you are contemplating building thig Spring. THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Wtd Fibre Exskaw Ceaeit Always ii Stick New Dayton, PHONE 225 th City South of Ellison Milts P.O. BOX 654 THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear 32 14 Calvary, clear 34 iol Lethbridge, cloudy 41 19 During the day the weather through- j out the prairie provinces has been comparatively mild. During the night I it ha? turn Why not use the Latest Writing Paper? You will find our stock large and well assorted. ROBERTSON'S MUSIC STORE 1st toor West of Union Phont 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. i 01 to do contracting and building this season. Don't miss Montana Jack the great-! lias entered from the northward est knife thrower and sharp shooter j and comparatively ?niltl ioJay. Tues- day It-coming colder with northerly at the Lyceum tonight. A horse attached to one of Piche Mirons delivery rigs ran away this morning on Bound St. fmishin-r up in I the square. Bert McEwen, the driver was uninjured, although the shafts of i the rir-s were shattered. i Anyone who enjoys good singing See Cosy Smith's Louisiana Picks winds. CITY AND DISTRICT T. Coshxn and H. Holland of King- ston. Ont.. arrived last noght with cars of effects. Thev are New Arrivals Good Co. Strictly Fresh Fresh Creamery Butter Fresh California Celery Hot House Lettuce Potatoes Bananas Oranges rape Fruit Fard Dates, Etc. Etc. Don't forget that our Great Removal Sale is still going on and will only last till 1st of March so come along and get some of the bargains. PHONE 98 THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. M. Stop Right Here and wait- till Saturday Next, Feb., 27th. We have received instructions from a large house in Calgary to sell by public auction the Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Kitchen Chairs, Dining Room Chairs, Rock- ing Chairs, Barroom Chairs, Tables, Commode, Couch, Kitchen Cabinet, Dresser and Stands, Mirrors, Camp Stoves, Steel Stoves, and Ranges, etc. These goods are absolutely new. i I will sell the above furniture at j my Auction Room, corner of Ford and Glyn Sts., near Irrigation Hall, f Saturday, Feb. at 1.30 p.m'. i :W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer j Phone 189 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 15 shares Lethbridge Brewing, each. Great- est buy in Lethbridge. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK 1 i on hand. have strictly fresh seers. eec 'settling near Courts. fat the Eureka tonight. T j Messrs. Harris and O'Brien will rep- J change tonight at the i resent the Raymond Board of Trade j ut the meeting- of the Railway Surely these rea- I sons will persuade you to trade here j Everything, of the first quality. Everything in drugs and medicines fresh and po- tent. Everything is sensibly priced. Everything we stock is carried in full variety', so you .need not look else- where. E very tning delivered to your door. Every one treated alike Everybody satisfied or they get their money back Com- mission here next month. Along with J Cardston and luafirrath they will en- deavor to ffet better rates on the A. R. I. j A carnival of vaudeville at the j Lyceum tonight. Airs. Morgan wishes to thank'the :T J parents of the children who took part in the JLittle Sisters' entertainment lor which she was responsible. Also Miss Hingfs, Miss Niimnons and Mr. Harper who contributed largely to the programme. "A hot time in the Old TV-Ar.1' at the Eureka tonight. The weekly meeting of the A. Y.I'.A. will not be held tonight (Feb. 22nd) 0-winjr to the fact that the Parish hall will lie needed for the aieetine in con- nection with the .Laymen's Mission Movement. A good programme has been arranged for the following- Mon- day and it is. hoped that many mem- bers will attend. The liveliest yet, at the Eureka tonight. R._ E. George, electrician, late of McKenzie Boy's has decided to en- ter into business on his own account. He is a graduate electrical engineer of Toronto University with five years actual experience in .first class work. I reka Balcovski ancj of Winnipeg shipped four cars of -cattle from Card- ston and one from JRaymond on Sat- urday. The eastboimd Spokane Flyer was nearly six hours late this mominc ijr here about noon. The delay caused by the diner jumping the Pincher Creek At Front In Hockey (Special to the Herald) Pincher. Creek, Feb. sched- the hockey league the I pointnient though at the beginning everv'thing looked favorable towards its beimac the game in. the Pass thus far this season. Pincher Creek was well represented among the spec- tators. Including their team there were nearly seventy people from that game here last night. The game started at 7.30. The line-up was as follows: BUILDER'S HARDWARE Just opening car store door sets from to front door sets, to inside sets from 50c to Splendid assortment of Bints and Hinges. Car of build- ing paper at special prices. The McKEOP HARDWARE Co. ltd. Corner Duffcrin and fenund Street i Coleman G-rady White Simm G-risack Stitt Evans Mahan Position Pincher Creek McCarthy Gillespie Ormond Boyce Purkis Tucker Stewart goal point cover rover In a scrimmage Pincher scored the first goal. Right after the face-off scored, but the referee would ai. of Blair- game, gave to Coleman and next. splendid program. Best tal- in of fresh ___ _______ ent in Lethbridge. Tickets 50c. 60-3 boasted in the beginning of the sea-j to S. W. Tuck well, late secretarv of {'son that-the winners of the Southern j Tt- the Trades and Labor Council "t have to hear! the ed the sad inteiii-rence today of the death of his mother at ivlesburv- Alberta __ ____________ them, before claiming the in McKeown's and Book Co. Specialists His office is located hardware store. Tha Musical Bentieys at the Lyceum tonight. Canon of'Calgary. Grand Master of the Grand Lodee of Masons of Alberta, will arrive at 4.30 this, afternoon and will pay his offic- visit this e'vehihff to 'North' Star ere Xo. 4 and Lethbridee Lodge -So, 30 which meet together torurrht in the Masonic Hall. See the Barretts in their latest suc- cess, entitled, "Who's at the Eureka tonight. Some people who have been quar- antined for measles have been disre- cardirte the regulations about mixinir ,up with the general public. The po- lice intend making an example of i some of the offenders unless they ston forthwith. in sketch-en- Lyceum. at the ace of 68. Ottawa Free Press: Hon. Frank and Mrs. Oliver entertained at n. very plea sant dinner on Saturday night Those present besides the host "and hostess were, Sir Frederick aryi Lady Borden Mr- and Mrs. McCarthy of Mr- and Mrs. Matrrath of Lethbrid-re Mrs Kirchoffer, Mrs. Crombie; Mrs! Mandeville Merritt of Toronto, Miss Oliver, Mr. Fred Golden P., of Dawson City. Mr. D'Arcy's'cot and Mr. Harry Southam. _ so on" .Saturday, the 13th .inst.. Coleman met the P. C, team and were defeated by a score of The return came was played at Cole man on Tuesdayv 16th. Accompany- insr the team we're about one hundred rooters, many of whom were of the r L? man team aKreed that the %uld pSved i io m mutes but Pincher left Came the ice with twelve minutes to play claim insr that they had to catch their train Mr. Moore of Pincher. who was the play, showed partiality to id seemed to have eyes rough battles ever seen on their i and fat." This will be the motto at the that pop place of all week bl office. Early maturity and heavy yields are obtained, with this variety. Orders sent on club two-bushel sealed bags as ori received irom the raisers, Pedipe..-Seed. Co. Orders left with the Secretary of the Agricultural So- ciety will secure the club offer price NOTICE JSolice. is hereby, giv partnership: 'heretofore and existing the be- sser, under the name r Co., .General Blacksmiths, is dissolved. The busi- be carried on hereafter by and F. X. Stafford to whom all accounts' owing- to the com- pany must be paid -Hi owed by the firm will 'be 14 10 big acts at the Lyceum tonight- wetsK. i vj iiim iirm will ue "1 AJ. and Sandy have a programme Stafford -f-jni. i__ _ _ accounts ;paid by .the theatre coers of Leth- bndcre that is a roar and a scream irom start to finish. Cosy Smith aBd her four Pickaninies. the most clever and winc (lancersT and smgers -that have ever been in the city make their de- but -tonMit.-- Barretts in, funny sketch, promises to be J 60-3 F., E, WILSON F. N. STAFFOED A. p. MESSER. astv House For Sale Almost new. fully modern, seven rooms, splendid cen- traJ locality. will handle. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK stopped the score our citizens'all feel .very proud of it. scored in A same with the '.Lacrosse-Hockey: the :team at River will probably i stood points will likely be ,.-.-thine about that kind-Of courtes A Coleman account says: The hock that means fair piav Its ey scame played here last night be tO tween the Pincher: Creek and Coleman to erreat extent disap Mats ire, and should not be miss ed by nrohe. As to -the WHEN YOU LAND A BOARD as.good as ours in ordinary lumber you think you have a priz'e, When ypu.pwk one up from a load of oar lumber, it is only the usual thing What would surprise you %vould be to nnd a board in '.'.'ANT..OF OUR The advantage of this 'will be ap- parent when you come to use it No cutting to no loss of-time. Give us your order for you need now. will ail your him- oer trade in the future. iS is one and you will be The ainc may be said of the vaudevm Pait or the proerararne, which is aj S? T class in evervre spect and- noth.ncr is. ever presented will hurt the most refined tast Black face comedian Joe KVlceT a the Lyceum tonight. y Fruit Pasties m nyLd 23 kn4 123 A nice Confection, flavor- ed with pure fruit juice. They contain nothing to derange the stomach. For sale by J. J. Johnston If Yoti Live Ont of COCOA 16x27 18x30 ;v- 1.25 20x33 WIRE 16x24 05 18 x 30 1.50 22x33 1.75 Scrub Bruahes andPaiUfor those who do hot use Door Staffonl-iigBnr Co. Swiss Bell Ringers 120 Swigs Bells .61 Musical Glasses 24 Musical Rattles 81 Triple Toured Chimes Silver Quintette, Marim- bapbone, Decaplione, etc. Wesley Church Jert Plan at Higiribbtbam's j. i -tl-a UtTLLCl- IO take defeat when its coming to you. Mr. and Mrs. Tj. Naismith. who have been visiting-friends in Lower Oaluornia several weeks are ex- pected home tomorrow. Two good residence Jots. Bnrdett St, opposite Pres- byterian" Church. Terms For Sale Only by The C. 1 Bowman tyency iioek 180 ACRES FOR SALE On Outskirts of City! This is one of the best speculations we know of. The price and terms :ire most att. active Tilley ,f Cor, Dufferin and Round 5ts. Phone 197, H- B. Shaw of Winnipeg and-t Ph. Vibert of Calvary, of .Un- ion Bank branches are .in the city !on official business. Make in You pay only forwhatyou eat at the Commutation Tickets 16.00 for 83.QO for Each ticket valued at 5c Our ipecial 3 course break- fast ii popular with the public. N. H. MURRAY Pup. You have heard of the wonders of B.. -C- Frnit Lands. How .would you like ip own ten acres in the famous Arrow Lake District, where irrigation is not required, and where the land yields a clear profit of from on ten acres every year. Where vegetables and small fruits produce in such abundance that the profits are almost beyond belief. Here's your chance, -if you have a' little ready money or can save a few every month. YOU CAN HOLD 10 OF THE FINESf FRUIT LAND IN THIS FAMOUS DISTRICT. Present prices of to per acre on easy terms, afford those in- terested 'in.-frnit-. growing an timisti- al opportunity" Thi? Is the most attractive fruit -district in the .Kootenay District of British Columbia. Nestled among the mountains on the shores of the beautiful Arrow Lakes amid scenic -beauty unsurpassed, soil of exceed- ing depth and richness. TH E LAND OF PE RFECT FRUIT No insect fruits pests, good market; good transportation, good climate and good .wafer with roads to every .10 acre Iract with an inexhaustible mar- ket at'your door. THE ACREAGE IS LIMITED, THE OPPORTUNITY BOUNDLESS. A csrd brings free literature. The land is being sold rapidly. Hundreds of inquiries are being received, and fortune awaits the man who buys now. AKE ORCHARDS LETHBRIDGE M. FREEMAN, Oenl. Agent. ALBERTA 40 Lot% located, in the North Ward, only gctt the HURRY! W. R. DOBBIN 6 CO. Sole Agents Phone 122 ;