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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB HINTING HCRAL.D TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY ft LtthhrMp H tM JftUU MH I I Do you intend to build this season? If so you will, Jo well to call ami let us give you figures Hardware Plumbing Tinning Furnace Work Steam and Hot Water Heating Estimates by mail cheer- fully given. THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O Bos 670 Sherlock Holmes Has Failed to fmJ a better Spring Tonic than OUR OWN SARSAPAR1LLA This is a preparation con- taiiiiusi yeiiWw dock, iu, prickly ash with iodides of potassium and iron. This combination is re- commended to be the best for Blood and Skin Ailments 100 Doses for at Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. t WALL PAPERS The newest effects in wall papers are here for your selection. These include dainty stripes, chintz, tap- estry, silk and brocade effects. Burlaps in all shades. ROBERTSOrS IBOK STORE 1st tar lest of Ifiios Baik Phont 261 Agents for Undarwood Our Palatable Emulsion "bicKjd-inaker, sirength- builder, weight-gainer and system-repairer widely .used in run down conditions of health and in some pulmon- ary complaints, long stand- ing coughs and first stages of consumption. per bottle JltertaOryg and Book Co. Prescription Specialiatg The nui-ses will receive on Fridav Feb. 26th, 'and afterwards third Friday of the-month. CITY AND DISTRICT The quarterly official Board of Wes- ley Church will meet this eveum; the lecture room of the church. Mr. and ilrs. J. A. Silver and their j daughter left last nierht un a trip to Salt Lake City. Mr. Fred WUsonholme of Frank. Altu.. attended ihe funeral of the late Mrs. Wallwork today. Mrs. Win. Nevin of Calcrary attend- ed the funeral of the late Mrs. Wall- work today. Take in the Band Concert tonight. Fine array of Talent. Admission 50c. Mrs. R. H- Ormond of Pincher Creek, attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Wallwork today. Persons interested in .elocution and expression will be interested in Miss Olive Washington's advertisement un- der the educational heading-. J. Buckingham, who was tempora- rily on the Heraid reportorial staff, left yesterday for Winnipeg, where he has accepted a position. Entire change of vaudeville at the Eureka tonight. H. J. H. Skeito-ias returned from a two weeks' trip in the course of which he took in St. Paul, Chicago. Milwaukee and Winnipefr. The preliminary hearine of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reding was adjourned un- til Monday, this afternoon at the re- quest of the Crown. M. John- stone for the accused. Richard Evans, formerly in the em- ploy of the North. West Jobbing and Commission Co. arrived m the city yesterday to take a position with the company. At the Methodist Parsonage at 11-15 this morning, Levite D. Cyn afad Miss Mabel E. Broom, both of Bowville. were united in marriage Rev. J. M. Harrison. Sidney Edward Seymour was sen- tenced by Magistrate MacDougall to a month in the barracks with hare labor "for stealing iron and brass from, the C.P.R. Citizens Band Concert tonight. Oli- ver's hall. Starts sharp 8.30. to the length of the program tie Citizens' Band Concert will com- mence sharp at 8.30. The program is one best ever put up fay lo- cal talent. There are six eood ar- Pipe Band, the Citizens Band of thirty pieces. Take it in. The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd. of Calgary, has been appointed admin istrator of the estate of the la'te Charles Esson, who died hi the hos- pital early in January last, as' re- j.sult of having had his feet severely frozen on his homestead in the Rockv Coulee District. Just three more nights to see the clever Louisiana Pickaninnies at the Eureka. This morning Erhard Reindel and Arthur D. Marietta. two recent arriv- als from North Dakota, who have boujrht land out at Pothole, fifteen isiles.. south of the city, were arrest- The Store of Quality Just received a fresh supply of Codfish and Herrings In PHONE 21 G. BHAOBEER ft' CO. Only UNION firoary Store IB City EVERYTHING GOING WITH A RUSH AT THE You pay only forwbatyou eat at the ALEXANDRA Commutation Tickets for for ticket valued at DC Our special 3 course break- fast is popular with the public. N. H. MURRAY Prop. on the ed on a charge of .killing, animal the property ,of one Hussell. The head and hide of TENDERS' will be received up to Saturday, March 6 1909, for >v 36 and 37, Block 60, generally known as. the ;'Gras Well Lots." The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- cepted. J, BROWN CD. LTD. WHY The Of Shades and Designs Of Waist lengths in voiles, inuslin and delaines are right. Dress materials for young people. New Neckwear Belts A new line of Boys' Clothing and odd pants Men's Clothing at all prices Carpet Squares Sheetings Pillows Cretonnes Art Sateens Window Shades BOOTS AND SHOES Oxfords, Strap Slippers Rubbers for men, women and Children Select your sewing Materials now and rest during the hot days of Summer J. BROWN CO. LTD. Children's Shoes We are now showing the lines! line of Children's Slippers and Shoes iu the famous classic goods ever shown in the PRICES From up THE FOOT TOGGERY NORTH WARD-well located lots at each, easy terms. These lots will be worth at least each in 12 months. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK BUILDER'S HARDWARE Just openiug car store door sets from to 87.00, front door sets, to inside sets from 50c to S2.50. Splendid assortment of Butts and Hinges. Car of build- ing paper at special prices. The McKEOWN HARDWARECo. Ltd. Corner Dufferin and Round Street I I fr i fr fr THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy 22 Calgary, cloudy............ 44 Lethbridge, cloudy 53 I Medicine Hat, cloudy 40 Regina, snow........'...... 17 Winnipeg, fair -2 and Saskatch- ewan: Moderately cold today, and Friday light local snowfalls. and comparatively mild today and Friday. The letlibriiige Electric Co LIMITED Per H. MACBETH, Secretary Annual Meeting OF.. February 24th a certified cheque on the Bank of Montreal.for Reward of for recov- ery. Carroll Doyle, Taber, Alta 64-6 TO could be used for itore or living purposes. Two blocks :rom' the Mills, per month. W. R. Dobbin Co. HOUSE WANTED Small house wanted to 3d Office. Apply Box G., Her- 64-3 found, on-the premises, the hide be- ins: cut up" into small pieces. R. E. George, electrical engineer and contractor has his office fully j equipped in McKeown's Hardware' store and has settled down to lar work. Already he has estimated on several jobs. Mr. George and his assistant are men who thor- oughly understand their profession and are able to undertake anything m their line. They do all kiiids of tljfi-htmsr and power installations. the animal were WANTED for 6 roomed cottage.: Must be cheap. Spot cash. .Particulars to Herald office. Box T., 64-2 WHEN YOU LAND A BOARD 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 find a poor board in ANY OB' OUR LUMBER The advantage of this will be ap- parent when you come to use it. No cutting to waste, no loss of time. Give us your order for what you need now. That will mean we get all your lum- ber trade in the future. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23 123 on February to Mr, and Mrs. Jas. Barclav of 4th St. East. tcr." I mm Will save you lots of trouble. It will keep bmby's food hot all night It will keep your hnsbancTa tea tot all clay. and each J. J. Johnston -QUALITY QUAflTCRt- TO7LET PAPER 4 ROLLS 4 A QUARTER Lethbridge City Liberal Association 'If You Li Ont of write Will Be Held In OLIVERS HALL TOMORROW (FRIDAY) EVENING At 8 o'clock Election of Officers and other Important New Arrivals A carload of apples Redland's "Fresh Sweet Potatoes Comb HoViey New New Dates ,V New Laid Eggs' Fresh Creamery Butter, Etc. Our Big Removal is nearing an end. It will pay you to get some of our bargains this week. THE GOOD UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. M. 80 ACRES FOR SALE On Outskirts of City This, is one or the best speculations we know of. The price and terms are most atti active Skeith Tiiley Cor. Dufferin and Round Sts. Phone 197. Two of the best located lots in RIVER VIEW EACH Terms IL S. RIPLEYi TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block Addition 4 lots foot of Crabb St., 25 x 160 ft., S175 ea eV Payments Monthly I R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OT T BLOCK Two good residence lots. Burdett St., opposite Pres.- byterian Chnrch. Terms For Sale Oirly by The UJowman Igency j P. 0; iloek Phone 2ii A splendid view of New York with'' moving pictures at the Eureka lo-H '_. The Dominion Office has been; -moved tov the new in the second storey of the Dominidn buildmfi-. The staff, now have a-fine large, light, office with plenty of room', to their work. New turcs and some office furniture in so that-the new to fee-o vast improvement on the.old. 2 ND HAND STORE Make it a Point to be On Hand I have the cheapest lines in mattres- ses-in the city. Quite new, wool faced, best excelsior .filling, art ticking, for New matreases in stock, from...t2.50 Kitchen Chairs from Wash Stands, Dresser and Stands, from ALL NEW Largt consignment of goods on the way. Get the habit of enquiring here first. .They all do it. Frank G. Waddington SNre 410 Round Street ir 7 and 8 Cedar All Live Timber Correspondence Invited South Alberta Lumber Co, Lethbridge, New Dayton, Magrath Qty Yard South of Ellison Hills Phone 225 Four New SereiMwned with Bath, etc. Only fix blocks from Pott Office. Only each, with cash, balance to rait W. R. DOBBIN CO. Phoiia 122 ;