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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I CASTLE HOTEL .Jttoif'and Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION THe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACt 10 IB Letktaridge is the ilHUfi Refrigerators Freezers At Reduced Prices Refrigerators for Refrigerators for Refrigerators for Refrigerators for AN EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE-2 Only White Enamel Refrigerators, reg. to clear FREEZERS 2 qt. 3 qt. 4 qt 6 qt 8 qt. 10 qt. The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 62 The Store of Quality When you buy your Groceries here you can be sure that they are Fresh and that the price is the lowest PHONE 21 G. BRAHEfl CO. first OXiOX Sfocery Store la City He were in charge of the young- men's class and. prizes were given for each race. After the races j baseball, football and all other games were enjoyed b'y young and old. i Altogether a very pleasant evening j was spent and the people of the iXorth Ward are looking- forward to 'another such event next year. I The results of the races were as 14-Roomed new Modern House, cash 'balance of S3400.00 easy. cash balance of m one year. Best Location. PHONE 29O Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block i charge of 525 from the room Mrs. Sutcliffe, housekeeper at a Miss class Girls. L. first. J. 0, HiginbottiamSCo.ltil Family and Dispensing Telephone 43. Night clerk- Branch in North Ward [Adams states that in. all tthe building will be torn land a more substantial one The post office inspector has writ- ten the local postmaster asking him [to call attention of the people to the difficulty in the old landmarks in. it. Mr. purposes stashing 'here a or two before and .Bow Island in the interests of fact that care should be exercised in putting letters in the right the station. Delays are oftea causei jby usmg the wrong box as the mail his paper. I CITY AND DKTRia has to go to the end of the division before there s an opportunity of put- jting it on the right road. Mail :ing to Calgary- and points north andrj I west of that city should be put in the east box as that mail goes around'by the "Hat. The examining board reading-. Stan- By ail odds one of the best attrac- tionsTroffered -to the Lethbridge public j a long sday was the comic 'idow O'Brien" by the Pol- i lard, Opera company graduates from Australia. The Lilliputians- we have they size and age they do not lose their ability, to sing and act well. Every member of the company' last night was good and the produc- L. first. Alice Pamsll second. Davis first, L. Shaw sec- ond. Miss Hewitt's class A. Brown, second -J. Miss DunsvronJTs class JMable Hyssop, Mary Kerr. Mr. class Shaw, W. Barnett. Mr. Shaw's -class New- ton, W. Wishart. Miss Gray's class Steph- enson, K. Reding. Mr. Smith's class Dunsworth, George Watson. Mrs. Gray's class Logan, Ethel Reding. Mrs. Nelson's class Sprout, Alice Castle. Young- men's class, Mr. Gray teach- Sirnrn, Percy Harding. Married S. Nickerson, R. I Kerrigan. Married Byron, Mrs. Qur Bargains are Going AND ARE GOING FAST AND THEN YOUR OPPORTUNITY HAVE GONE FOREVER. IF YOU WANT TO PICK UP CHEAP YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY. WE ARE NOW BUSY MARKING OUR NEW STOCK WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OUR RE-OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT THE McKEOWK HARDWARE LTD. Corner Dufferin and Round FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. A CHANCE FOR THE THRIFTY. 7-Room _Store3-and-a-balf House, new, for iloO 00, cash, balance on monthly payments house on Westminster fpr cash and balance easy. The H. Macbeth Agency of Milk River, is dard V. examination papers at day. There were 218 sets of papers. The board did well to get so many papers read in. 'such a short time. The papers have been sent to the de- partment Edmonton and the re- sults will not be' known until all the reports are in from the other exam- pointa. Inspector Brown left I D. Benedict, the city today; A. H. McKeown received a carload of new hardware today. Mrs. C. if. Arnold and Mrs. Dr. McNally left this afternoon for Banff. The name of Hicksburg post office near High River has -been changed to Loma- j for Medicine Hat yesterday afternoon F. J. Turner, of Calgary, formerly j and Inspector McKerracher for Pin- of the Bank of Commerce here, spent Creek, where he., formerly taught 'yesterday In the city. j last night.. J H. B. Beynon, oookkeeper at C.W. j At aix o'clock yesterday evening, at j Gray's hardware store, returned to jfclie Metkodist Parsonage the mar- town today after an extensive tour place of Herman J. of the west. jlund, of Milwaukee, Wis., at present Tomorrow night German's toig sale on the. steel tipple at So. 6, will close, after a very successful tion was hugely enjoyed. The were catchy and well sung-. It was -a -roar from start to-finish, the Widow O'Brien, taken by a female imperson- ator, keeping the crowd laughing all the fine on the stage. A second visit from this company would fiirthe largest house Bdyth B. tRobinson, of Trail, B.- For a job in CLEAJIING jThis will be your last chance to ae- jcure shoes at such butchered prices. i Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse and children i left this morning to spend the re- jmainder of the summer at Victoria. Tho opinion is expressed by travel-imony" 3Irs- A- Robinson, the'bride's ;rs that thp. cmns frnm mother, was C. Kev. T. P. Perry, pastor of Wes- ley church, performed the ceremony. Charles Robinson and Miss Ethel Robinson, both of Trail, B. C., bro- ther and sister of .-.the bride, suppori- T vi cApaesisoa DV travel-: Ladies'or Gents' Clothes call at hers that the crops from TT-X THE CITY Phone 3-53 lYVir UI E. W UIUO Present. Change of program, at the in the city. The opera was produced.1 is. a tent and the innovation was en- j joyed, in fact it was much, to be pre- ferred to a stifling opera house. HOSPITAL SUNDAY The Oddfellows and A. O. Foresters have decided to fall in line with the Sons of England in the proposed Hos- pital Sunday, G. B. Weller and E. T. Stafford- will represent the Odd- fellows on .the joint committee, and A. E: Dupen and S'. ,W. Tuckwell will represent the A. O. F. It is tinder stood that, the C. O. F.; and I.-Q. F. are also joining- in the proposition, and..its success Societies who have not' already uone ;so should send in the names of -.heir delegates to the of they 5-v Young ladies' class, Mrs. Lyttle, spikes jEeding, Helen-Sprout. Young, couples' racer-Mr. Moore I Miss E, English, M. E. and Miss G. Dunsworth. Boys' .and girls' i worth' and Jessie Sirnm and Susie Simm. Three-legged Simm -with us- We have buyers. Call ftnd look over our list of lands in the Taber and Stirling districts THr ALBERTA REALTY HCHANGE, BRYAN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. I be seen in Alberta. PUT YOUR MONEY INTO A GOOD HOUSE J "'_____ .Thos. H. Woolford, of Cardston, is in the city. He reports crops coming along nicely in his district. Harvest- ling, will be about ten days later than I last year. In the report of the Board of Trade meeting- yesterday The Herald made an obvious error in stating .that the j secretary's salary would be per You have no doubt -thought It should read per j tonight. Dont miss seeing those two I funny fellows. Matftie quitin ithe singing and dancing soubrette. Eureka1 0; E- as ip rJn: .that a meeting 'of-'delegates may t e called in. the very near futuie. A Home Six-Roomed Cottage in Wallwork Addition, close to Mills for 00 cash, balance per month. L'fLl BlPlflf TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Madould Block A fine half section very close to Sterling Farm and city property Loans .at 7 and 8 per cent. Ite llfcerta Securities United Cwier Rond aid Redpath Streets or less about building a new home. Let us suggest that you look into the cost a little closer right NOW. We are making some very attractive offerings on house bills this month, Jby taking adyiffitage c-1 you consulting your own best in- aa our special house bill quo- tations at this time will enable you to save quite a sum of good money.' And, as a matter of fact-, we will inake you very iaTorabie quotations on bills of any kind. We have an exceptionally good stock of lumber and all kinds of building materials. Big special mating at the Eureka tomorrow afternoon for the women and children. hew -r- Lumber Company Id Save your GILLETT BLADES See our holder for sharpening thsm-sim- ple and neat Price 50c. J. J. Johnston -QUALITY Drugytsi QUAPTERI- Of All The Saws You Ever Saw U Never Saw A Saw That Saws At Our Saws Saw. Atkin Silver Steel Saws Co. "If you live out of town write us.' Handles It 75x125 oa corner near Cen- tral School. Improved with two 8 room dwellings, fully modern with-furnace and .all conveniences. Now rent- ed for per month. The jjroperty will rapidly ad- vance in value. W-e con- sider this to be a first class investment. cash with very balance. easy terms for Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY 151 Oliver Block Golden West Realty Co. ANOTHER OF OUR GOOD THINGS! 7 roomed house with ver- andah, standing in corner lot 1543125. Recently fin- ished, for TERMS. monkey about with this snap it up David King, Mangr., Oftict 410 Round St. Tel, 2f I MONEY TO LOAN i Existing Encumbrances repayable in easy .monthly or quarterly .B.talments. BlfiKBECUMMfNU SHyiKGS CO. CAPITAL PAID Full information on Application Freeman, Maeleod and Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE Graham P.O.Box 679- .A mass meeting of carpenters will {be. held tonight in the labor hall at eight o'clock under the auspices of j the Amalgamated Society of Carpen- M ters and Joiners. J. T. C. Smith, of J.' Vancouver. organizer of above j society, will address the meeting and explain the benefits that can be ob- tained by joining this union. Every carpeoter is cordially invited. BOARD AND a fully mod- i ern house, bath, telephone, good comfoi-tarble rooms. Apply 425 Bart- i Jett-St. 188-61 V'--. WANTED Six mtn, also teams for disc- ing on farm 8 miles south of Lethbridge. Apply to I L. A, FELGER, Mason Land Co., or on farm. The Alexandra "A cool, pleasant plase to dine these hot days. Every- thing that the mar. ket affords at pric to suit all. wim, Two brand new Cottages; nicely well located in North Ward, only 1350 :luKcuk; will for each. W Phone i; ;