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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL New and Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO Vhin In Uthbrtdfi Is the ULLIS HO 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. 6 qt. 3 qt. S3.00 8 qt. 4 qt. 10 qt. The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX PHONE 62 jsThe Store of Quality A largo consignment of DINNER SETS just opened up. Prices reduced for a few days only. Ranging in price from to PHONE 21 G. 6RAOBKR CO. First UNION Grocery Store in City fOUDW THf CROWD ruit for preserving, high-class Confec- tionery, Good's delicious Icepream or, if you want to find anyone, follow the crowd to THE GOOD CO. And you will be almost certain to find them V PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY 4-rooin Cottage full-size Lot in Duff Addition cSo cash will handle Underwood Typewriters 5 4 The machine that gives perfect satisfaction You will save money by buying The Best Store closes at 6 p.m. except Saturdays ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Phfjn- 251 New Whitney Block t i Sunburn muy fashionable but it certainly isn't pleasant just about ihe linit.-' yon get sun- barnwl. Howf-vt-r, there i.- quick in a. sinde ap- plication of our King Of Spots We huv- th.- best formula for rt-nwyih? from clothing i-te. It i; put up in a tin box ami splls at Hitrinhnth- a m's. Satisfaction e money refunded. J.D. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 4S. -Night clerk. Also Branch in North Ward A Bargain House and Two Lets near. Central School. Only cash will handle L ft L 8, "IPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Oice 8 Macdonald Block Double Lot 48x137 in North Ward, near Mills. Easy Good Cottage on Crabb Street on lot and S7oO will handle "2 Lot? on Bartlett Street. 46 feet wide. terms. For...................... Skeith Tilley QUEEN QUALITY SHOES REPRESENT. SOLID COMFORT TO WOMEN WHO WEAR THEM. WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON 4 COW Three lots on jtynew Street, close to Westminster Road each, will sell on monthly plan" ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK AVA 6-Roomed new and up-to-date two storied cation and surroundings. Terras. PHONE 290 J Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block j THE WEATHER. Edmonton, foggy..... 70 Calgary, cloudy 60 Lethbridge. cloudy 60 Mt-dicine Hat, raining 68 Resina, raining 67 Unsettled conditions have entered the prairie provinces and heavy rains have fallen in paru of Southern Al- berta, northeast Saskatchewan and in the Qu'Appelle valley and some light scattered showers in Manitoba. Forecast CITY AND DISTRICT Constable Doylan, of the K.X.W3I. P. has joined the city police'force. The lacrosse club leave on. the mid- night lor High River. T. J. Simons has re-turned from the Seattle exposition. Xorman McCausland, Winnipeg, is visiting his sister, Mrs. H- J. Goode. .00 j Hugh Boyd has retumt-d from a .70 j trip to Pincher Creek. .53 Dr. Ramsey and A. M. Marshall, prominent citizens of Grand 3.01 i Forks, N. D., are in the city. They bought land in the Cameron tract Jast year and are again investing in land in this district. Mrs. Dore and Mrs. Schultz of Pin- j A general meeting of the Caledon- ian Society is called for Thursday evening next. Every Scotsman is expected to be present. Violet' Cream Price 25c per bottle I CITY AND DISTRICT J Mrs. Dr. Tuller nas returned from Banff. J j The regular weekly dance will be jheld in the Caledonian Hall tomor- J row night. i F. Germafl. reports that he has had J results from his sale that far exceed- ed his anticipations. Much of his '.stock was cleared out. However un- A til his nc-w goods arrive he has a good selection, in. all and styles T remaining. A. 31. Matulis is circulating a list T 'to give the business men of the city ;an opportunity to buy shares in the flntin Dnnl> Pn c, T A are valued at each. A meeting Prescription bpeciahste J i ;____5 Prescription Specialists n. s. my, of the promoters and those interested lETHBRIUGE 4 is called for tomorrow j (Wednesday) night to discuss the j needs of the curlers in the plans. The 'jrink wil] provide for roller skating in {the summer -and ice skating in tihe For a first-class job In j winter. CLEANING AND DYEING-1 E. Kelly has resigned his po- -r T r, m Ai n jsition as secretary to the chief of Ladies or Gents Clothes call atJfire, will ar THE CITY DYE Phone 353 CITY AND H. A. Marx, of Hosmer, is in the city tocray. F. W. Phillips, of VTarnfT, was in town yesterday. The Baptist S. S. picnic has been i postponed indefinitely owing to the unsettled weather. The Turpin Furniture Company j-have a fine assortment of Madras cur- i tains on exhibition. G. H. Roy, a brother of W. F. lioy. has taken a position in Hayr Bros. Hardware Store. Mr. Roy cora.es 'from Geo. D. Woods' big store at Winnipeg. Madam Delmar the has 70ry busy during the past few wrek? and has extended her visit three days longer. Some sneak thief stole a suit case to G. E. Williams, at the I C. P. R. station last night at about I 6.30. i A' party of small boys stole, some chickens from a citizen last night and will appear in the juvenile court to- day. Thi.s is the second case within I a week of children stealing. A young NEW ORDER JN THE CITY The Brotherhood of American Yeo- man, Lethbridge, Homestead 2273, htld their organization meeting in tin- Odd Fellows Hall last night. The organization ceremonies and installa- tion of officers were conducted by H. R. Henderson, Canadian field manag- er, of Virden, Man. The officers for the ensuing year are.. Foreman, C. Brandow; Master of Ceremonies, E. J. Cook; Correspond- ent, C. W. McLennan; Chaplain, U. Dupas; Overseer, A, M. Matulis; Watchman, Ed. Kennedy; Sentinel, W. E. Godfrey; Guard. Horace Birg- am. The district "manager, L. A. Vernier who has been giving his time to se call of the vestry; of church, Edmonton, to Wood officiating at the ceremony. These people are well known in this Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will reside at Taylorvilie. Announcement is made that Canon Webb, Calgary, diocesan missionary of the church in Alberta, under the Calgary jurisdiction has accepted the Saints' be assistant rector in conjunction with the Arch- deacon Gray. G. Brad'oeer and Co. are making a big reduction in dinner sets for a few days. Housekeepers out to see them. Miss Margaret Smith, daughter of D. A. Smith, Westminster Road, has won the second prize, a Shetland pony "Carlos" bridle and saddle in the Calgary News circulation competition. Boyd-G-oodo Co. are turning out cher Creek, are visiting in the The boilers for the new power plant were shipped on nine cars containing packages from Montreal on 21st July. Mr. B. F. Lowry, of Taylorsville. and Mrs. Betty Lewis of Cardston, _..-... were married last week. President E. i curing applications for membershi waii accorded many expressions o esteem for his untiring efforts an was assured of a large increase in th Homestead for the next meeting whic will be held on Monday, Aug. 2nd in the Odd Fellows Hall at 8 p.m. From the records of this society is evident that it is among the mos popular in the United Statts and fror the fact that Lethbridge Homestead i the 27th one organized by >Mr. Hende son in the past twelve months, in sures its popularity in Western Can ada. While the. society is practically i-n known to us we appreciate ma 117 c its features of insurance such as tii accident, old age and bone fits, combined with the fact that th fair sex are given the same advantacr es and privileges as the gent-iomun This fact adds to the many social' ad vantages. Mr. Henderson informs- u, that with its SO Homestead can boast 'of the largos membership in the province of Al Our Bargains are Going AND ARE GOING FAST AND THEN YOUR OPPORTUNITY WILL HAVE GONE FOREVER. IF YOU WANT TO PICK UP ANYTHING V-E-R-Y CHEAP YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY. WE ARE NOW BUSY MARKING OUR NEW STOCK. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OUR RE-OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT THE HARDWARE CO., LTD. Corner Dufferin and Round FIRE INSURANCE. A CHANCE FOR THE THRIFTY. 7-Room Store} -and-a-half House, new, for 00 cash, balance on monthly payments. 2-storey house on Westminster for 8400.00 cash and balance easy. The H. Macbeth Agency of different grades some of the blocks concrete blocks and colors for that, are 'being erected. They will put in an especially fine front in the Brown Amusement Co.'-s Arcade. an of- Block in companv j boy broke into a private residence j large boiler has oeen installed, in the last week and stole a pair of gold j plant and the old one has been rimmed spectacles and some fruit, sent to Pinchei- Creek where the coin- jwill carry on a professional advertis- ing business. They are prepared to handle ad writing, display advertis- ing, demonstrating, addressing, dis- jtribution of all advertising matter, i tacking of cards or signs in conspic- iuous_ places and general publicity work. Mr. Kelly has had consider- able experience in this business, hav- being dealt with by the commission. Pany are opening a branch. PUT YOUR MONEY INTO A GOOD HOUSE or Si8m in conspic largest advertising concerns in the city of W nnipeg. Mr. PfafT has also had a considerable experience in this line in Dayton, Ohio. You have no doubt thought more ing with one of the or less about building a new home.'" Let. iu suggest that you look into the cost a little closer-right NOW. We arc, making some very attractive offerings on house bills this month, by taking advantage of which you will be consulting your own best in- terests, as our special house bili quo- tations at this time will enable you- to save quite a sum of good money. And, as a matter of fact, we will make you very favorable quotations on bills of any kind. We have an exceptionally good stock of lumber and all kinds of building materials. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Id Pbones 23, 123 and 321 Save your GILLETT BLADES J See our holder for I sharpening them-sim- pie and neat Price SOc. J- J. Johnston Washer And Wringer Complete Druggist -QUALITX QUARTERS- !i Stafford-Agnew Co. 320 ACRES near NEW DAYTON per acre This is largely surrounded by improved farms, and IB in a township which is practically all under cul- tivation. We can make very liberal terms on this, giving the purchaser nine years, if desired, in which to complete his payments, rfee Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block CURLERS TAKE NOTICE A meeting of the curlers .is. called lor tomorrow night in A, M. Matulis office, Bryan Block, Room 4. PINNA FORGET The General Meeting of the Caledonian lociety to be held in- the Caledonian Hall, Glyn Street On THURSDAY, JULY 29tk, at S o'clock. Every Scotsman expected to be present. List your Property with us. We have .buyers. Call and look over our list of lands in the Taber and Stirling districts THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, BRYAN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. A fine half section very close to Sterling Farm and city property Loans at 7 and 8 per cent. The Alberta Securities limited Comer Round and Redpath Streets Successors to Alberta Realty Go Telephone 141 Insurance FIRE, ACCIDENT, BOILER We represent standard companies in all branches of Insurance LIFE, LIABILITY, PLATE GLASS. Phone 173 will reach us any time Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. C. Box 679 TENDERS FOR HAY City of Lethbridge SEALED TENDERS will be received p to 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Aug. for 80 tons baled hay. more or ess. Hay to be No. 1 blue joint or mixed vith timothy and delivered F.O.n. Lethbridge as required. G. W. ROBINSON, 90-4 Secretary-Treasurer. F. GERMAN THE SHOEMAN Is a Practical Man. You Get the Benefit Had the weather continued the farmers expected to commence cutting fell wheat at the end of the week or thft beginning of next. How- j ever, yesterday's nain will cause it j to ripen more slowly. The farmers j say the 'benefit cannot bo estimated. The Alexandra A cool, pleasant plaoe to dine these hot days. Every- thing that the mar- ket affords at prices to suit all. H. H. MURRAY, Prop. Snap: Two brand new Cottages; nkely well located in North Ward, only half cash; will rent for each. W Phone 12? ;