Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
-JOB MINTING AT "THE HCRAL.D PLAGE TO STAY ta illli The Store of Quality Do you intend to build season? If go you will do well to call and let us give you figures Hardware Plumbing Tinning Furnace Work Steam and Hot Water Heating Estimates by mail cheer- fully given. THE HICK HMJIRE CO, REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 i> I Letter Presses Letter Books Blank Books Inks, Mucilage Underwood Typewriters and all Office Supplies IDIEITSON'S BOOK STORE i 1st IMP ffnt if DIM Ink Phont 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters, TRY THIS wnen yon hare a bad cold or cough, your bronchial tubes stuffed up. sore and yon are touchy all orer, just try our White Pine Cough Syrup Mentholated It's a satisfaction given in I all diseases of the air pas- sages and especially in, winter or croupy congbs. Price 25c per bottle More Profit in Stock Raising can be made if the digestive capacity of your animals is increased and perfect health maintained. Dr. Hess Stock Food is the prescription of Dr. Hess (M. D., D-V.S.) for increasing the digestion, reg- ulating- the bowels, purify- ing the blood and relieving the minor stock ailments. A healthy animal only di- gests about 50 per cent of its food. By the addition of bitter tonics this amount can be increased. If a healthy aninial can be think of the profit in feed- in" DR. HESS STOCK FOOD to an unthrifty animal. It restores health and compels the animal k> convert, the largest possible percentage of the food eaten into bone, muscle, milk, fat, etc., per- mitting less to 'pass off as waste. Hess Stock Food is the scientific kind; it has the medical and veterinary insti- tutions back of it. Sold ou a written guarantee. 100 Ibs. 25 Ib. pail, J2 For safe fay Just received a fresh supply of Codfish and Herrings In PHONE 21 G. CO. TleBiiyUliOHtoKlR tie City 7 and 8 Cedar POSTS All Live Timber Correspondence Lethbridge, New Dayton. Magratli City Yard South of Hllison Mills Phone 225 Children's Shoes V We are now Rowing .-the finest line of Children's 'Slippers and Shoes m the famous classic goo'ds tfVer 'shown ty PRICES From up FOOT NORTH WARD-well located lots at each J easy terms. These lots will be worth at least f each in 12- months. ALBERT E. I VES, Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. Prescription Specialists Iflflf, LETIIIIItf Mr. aiid Jtfrs. P. L. Naismith have from California. Dr. Keillor, of Stirling, was in the citv yesterday. Dr. Rivers, of was in the city last evenine. Ten big acts at the Lyceum tonight. Mayor W. W. Douelas oi' Taber is in tCTva today. Dr. H. B. Stacpoole of Cardston. was in town 'last night. Original Louisiana Pickaninnies at the Eureka tonight. 3Iorthner Priest .has returned from an extended trip to Ontario. -A- E. Ives.has sold two lots on London road near Bartlett St. to K. Leek who will erect a residence. Sharpshooting and knife throwing at the Lyceum. C. W. 'Gray, wife and daughter. iave returned from an extended visit: to relatives in the east. F. S. Leffingwell and E. J. Welsh, of Warner, spent yesterday and to- day in the city. The fastest buck and wing danc- 'ng and best jubilee singing at the Eureka. Mrs. T. IT. Evans and children left on Saturday for Denver, Col., where Mrs. Evans' mother is critically ill. Mr. Evans accompanied them as far as Pendleton. Oregon, and returned this morning-. The best yet at the Lyceum. An all-star bill night. 7 A. C. Kemmis and J. A. Alexander of Pincher Creek and J. Kemmis of Cow-lev were in the city yesterday having attended the Masonic function last eveninjr. i _ S. F. Wallace, 'iroprietor of the ;Fernie Fernie. B.C.. and bro- ther of James and R. W. Wallace of this city is spending the day in the i _ Citizens Band Concert Tomorrow night. High class program. Plan a C. Ross SOc. Rev. Mr. Calgarj', wiL preach to Scandinavians tonieht at 8 o'clock in thii home of Mr. Domeig Bompas .St.. PJast. All Scandina- vians invited. The preliminary hearing of Chinese laundries within restricted limits was cnven at the police court this morn- The cast was adjourned until Friday. C. F. Harris is defending TU be tested. The tramp funny men at the Lyceum. The police arrested Sydney Edward Seymour this afternoon on" a of stealing brass, iron. etc.. from the I'.F.R. and A. R. I. and it to the-Iron Works. Nothing but fun and plenty of it at the Eureka ail this week. Yon pay only for what you eat at the ALEXANDRA Commutation Tickets for for Each ticket valued at DC Our tpecial 3 course break- fast- is popml.ar with the public. N. H. MURRAY Prip. Duff Addition 4 lots foot oi Crabb St.. 25 x 100 ft.? each. Payments Monthly R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK CITY AND DISTRICT. A unique, high, grade entertainment at Wesley Church toniffht. The Swiss Bell Binders with their 205 instru- ments always please. This is chance to hear these wonderful enter- tainments. _ Entire change of Vaudeville to- morrow night at the Eureka. John Silcox, who resided in bridee for some months and later lived on a ranch near Brooks, died at St. Thomas, Ont., at the home of his sister, :Mrs. (Dr.) Guest, last week. He was a student in medicine at the Western Medical College at London Ont. Don't fail to see the Barretts in their funny sketch tonight at the Eureka. The nieetinjr of the Laymen's Mis- sionary Movement Committee is on Tuesday, not Sunday, as inadvertent- ly reported in yesterday's Herald. The regular meeting of the council of the Board of Trade will be held 80 ACRES 4> II i i I I Two good residence" lots. Burdett St., opposite Pres- byterian Church. Terms For Sale Only by The C. B. Bowman Igenc; Pfeoie 211 On Outskirts of City This is one of the best speculations we know of. The price and terms are most atti active" BUILDER'S mmm Just opening car store door sets from to 00 front door sets, to inside sets from 50c to 82.50 bplendid assortment of Butts and Hinges. Car of build- ing paper at special prices. The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd. Corner Duffer in and Round Street i Skeith Tilley j Cor. Duffarin and Round Sts. 4 Phone 197. J they're this week at the Hub at one o'clock Friday. P. J. jSTolan, the noted criminal law ver of -Calgary, is in'the city attend- ing the Vadnais inquest. Mr. Nolan defended 3frs. VadntJs and her bro- ther in the former affray and is look- ine after Mrs. Vadnais' interests at the inquest. by Friday was apparent" today. A session has been ordered for Thurs- day morning and the debate on sup- WHEN YOU LAND A BOARD as good as ours in ordinary lumber you think you have a prize. When you pick one up from a load of our lumber, it is only the usual thing. What would surprise you would be to nnd a poor board .in ANY OF OUR LUMBER The advantage of this will be ap- parent when you come to use it. cutting to waste, no loss of time. Give us your order for what you need now. That will -mean we get all your lum-j ber trade in the future. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber ComoanvLd 23 123 Rowntrees Fmit PasHlei Legislature Is Nearing Close (Continued from Front Page Mr." -'The convention was not responsible for the state ments of individuals -W-KO rather erratic." Mr. gentleman I re fer would not consider himself com plimented if he knew he had been called erratic. I refer to Senator Lougheed." Continuing, Mr. Gushing the Government had voted for bridges and had not incurred one dollar debt in that connection. Messrs. Puffer, Eosenroll. Woolf and Moore all made very congratula- tory remarks on the financial affairs of the. province, as shown by the budget speech; which the latter said was "a wonderful array of figures and a fascinating story of financial success." prorogation is cojjtemplated A nice Confection, flavor- ed with pare fruit juice. They contain nothing to derange stomach. For sale by J. J. Johnston QUARTiflt- TOILET PAPER ROLLS 4 A QUARTER StiffenHtaiw Co, ply will be concluded Wednesday. It is expected that the. redistribu- tion biU also be reported from the committee. on Wednesday and as the election bill is now ready for third reading it is expected-that this and several other small bills on the order paper will be cleared off as rapidly as possible. For the past Ifew days the House !has been, rushing bills through the second readings and carrying, them through the committees of'the whole at once so that there will be a ".lot of bills bunched" for third readings and passed Wednesday. lie Golden West Realty Go. ___- W Some Good 7-roomed Modem New House and "3 lots on Contts St. handles this, balance easy.-' 3fi Lots on London and Westminster for to each. Terms. And will beat i Wesley Church The Swiss Bell Ringers 285 instruments. They're the best in their line 15 Lots North Ward, West of School, at ne Cor- er lets. 8170 each, Wilson St.' on. Louise St. at T-Roouied Cottage on St. handles this property, balance in 4 y ears' For Quitk list your Property with us Telephone 261 P.'o. Box (M2 4 j 6 Round Street Next Daily Herald D. KING-, Manager Is going on and will last ing, subject to being unsold prcviousiy to our Removal Li Out of write Ui' I in tins, regular- 50c and 60c per Ib. Before we move 40c and SOc per Ib. Empire .brand in 1 Ib. packages, regular 50c per Ib; Be- fore we move-40c per Ib. Leaf Japan. Something new in a green.tea. Regular 50c. Before we move <0c per Ib. and Mocha, or freshly ground. Regular 40c per ib. Before we move, 30c per Ib. Pioneer lar 25c per Ib. 'Before we move. 20c per Ib. or 6 Ibs. for tl.M. CODf boneless kindKin'' 1 Ib. and 2 Ib. packages, regular 2 Ibs. for 25c.. Before we' move, I0c par .Ib. HOLLAND HERRINO-in kegs hold- ing about 4 1-2 dozen each. Regu- for per keg. Before we .move tec keg. LIM8MROER bricks of about 1 1-2 IDS. each. 'Before we 35c each. BAKING Blue Rib- bon Brand, regular. 25c .per tin. Be- fore we, move 20c; per tin. BAKING Polo brand in 5 regular each. Before "we move'85c each. have just bought an- other carload of Washington ap- pies of the choicest varieties which will be in want.any. you had "better leave your a few'boxes as will not last long.. thV'coinb; a fresh lot of pure California clover honey, 'just Before we-move 2 for 45c guaranteed abso- lutely pure in 12 bz. bots. "Before we. move 20c each or 2 for 35c. FORCErniShredded. nuts. we move, I5c per package. ,t Cross Brand, either malt; or white .wine, in quart, bot- tles. Regular 25c per bottle. Be- move 20c per bottle. COWAN'S PERFECTION in tins, regular ;15c- per" tin. -Ee- we 2 for 25c 'or ;5' -55c .-EPP'S tins, regular 2 tins Before we. nipve, Iflc per tin. RA IS finest' selected Valen- regular 2 ofr 25e. Before we move Ib. in packages, reg- .ular, 2 for 25e. Before move JOc per package. RA IS! in 'regular. 2 :lbs. for' 25c. Before we jper pkg; isleaned. Jar, 2 lbs...for- 25c. .Before we move I0c per Ib. ORANGES AND price dozen .-and Up.- Before' move 20c a dozen and up. POTATOES-rA few tons of choice B. C. left to sell'at per cwt. Lay in a supply now as po- tatoes will be higher on account of them being, very sear-ce in B. C. We also Sweet Potatoes, .Celery, Grapefruit, Fresh Lettuce, Shelled Pop Corn, the celebrated Redlands Oranges in pulp boxes, New Laid Eggs and; Fresh Creamery Butter. Everything in the eatable line can be had at Good Store, you can depend onJt being fresh and the prices are the lowest PHONE i CO. Up-to-Date Grocers PROMPT DELfVFRY ONLY TWO BLOCKS FROM POST OFFICE-S-roomtd HOUM (in good repair) and two lou: for per month. Price with cath, balance payable per month in if W. R. DOBBIN 4 CO.