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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING AT THE: MARAUD w v ft ft wv 9 i? TEe Lethbndge Daily Her THE PLACt; TO STAY IB lethiirldge Is the QILIUS Wtf WHAT? Mechanics who can appreciate using the highest quality tools to purchase Keen Kutter Goods WHERE? Only at the Hick Hardware WHY We are the sole agents and the Goods are the Best The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALfTAND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 The Store of Quality Just received Another Shipment Tartan Brand Canned Goods The finest to be had PHONE 21 Sole Agents G. Bfim CO. Only UKIOI Grocery Store in City Hood Klver Strawberries Royal Ann Cherries California Peaches First on the market Florida Pineapples for preserving. Cucumbers, etc. arc all to be had from us fresh THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PHONE 98 PROMPT DELIVERY The most drossy Ladies' Oxford in the city Queen Quality SOLE AGENCY THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW jeiwl 110 1-2 clos.-J 109 1-2. Minneapolis July opened 131 1-3 j clawed 130 1-4. Sopiember opened at 111 closed 110 7-S. Winnipeg Juno .-ivn.'d 130 1-8, July [HO 5-S. Closed June 130 1-4, Juh jJ30 3-4. GET ONE TO-DAY A CROQUET SET 4, 6 and 8 ball sets at prices to suit ail purses 4- i I BOOKSTORE ROBERTSON'S Phoni 251 New Whitney Block Agent for Underwood Type- writers Store Closes at 6.30 p.m. 11 i i i Egg Producers Egg making is the ob- ject of most poultry men's keeping'and feeding hens. .If they don't lay eggs they don't pay, but "when they do lay they pay hand- somely Mayer's Po.ultry Powders make hens lay throughout the whole season with but slight attention and at very little cost. For sale by libertaGrugandBookCo. Prescription Specialists i, I. ITO, Mgr, LEnillKE. II It's your INNINGS for an OUTING When you decide to go fishing or camping take some of Higinbotham's Cold Cream, Mosquito Lotion and Mellow Balm. Prepare to ward of mos- qnitos, black flies, sun- burn and tan. We carry only the well- tried and sure remedies at J.D. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. THE WEATHER. bldmonion, clear 76 43 Calgary, clear 70 38 Lethbridge, clear 72 46 Maeleod, clear 68 43 Medicine Hat, dear 44 Winnipeg, clear 7-1 44 The iweather throughout the prairie provinces has been for the most part line and warmer TVcst, fine and warm- er -todav and Friday. I DISTRICT OFFICERS i Struthcona. Alia.. -June i chairman- of 'districts and financial secretary elected by ihe Alberta con iferenco today aru as follows: Cal Igrary. chairman. Rev. G. W. Kerby financial secretary, Rev. ,J. H. John- Iston- Medicine Hat. Eev. A. C. Far rell. Rev. G. W. -Johnston. Leth- bridge, Rev. .7. M. Harrison, Rev, A A. Lyttle. High River, J j P. Berry. Rev. E. S. Bishop. Red Rev. C. H. 1-Jnestis, Rev. W.K Allen. Laoombo. Rov. Thos. Powell JRev. E. .1. Tato. Stettler, Rev. J IF. Woodsworth. Rov. T, .Pickering. Kvetaskiwin, Rev. R. Aldridtre. JRev, A. D. Richard. ;Rev. T. W. Rateruan. Rev. R. T. .Edmonton, Rev. Dr. Riddel I Rev. C. F. Hopkins. Fort Saskatch- ewan. Rev. W. C. Connolly. Rev. W. Howard. Rev. E. .1. Hods-ins, Rev. L. u. ZlIacDon-ald. 5 well located Lots in Riyerview at each These are a safe investment More CITY AND DISTRICT. Mrs. Ives will receive tomorrow anl not again this season. William .1. Williams, -builder, of contracts for portions of thy fine three story residence -at the corner of Smith and London Road, for Mr. Peck, of the Palace livery. Also the alterations for residence corner of Crabb and London for Bruce Beagle, of the Beagle and .Maxwell Land Co. The Ellwoods are still at the Ly- ceum and certainly are a novelty. Another large house greeted the bill at the Lyceum last night and one was more than pleased with the entertainment. Prof. "Willey kept the house laughing; from the opening of his act until the curtain went down- This week's bill at the Lyceum is well worth attending. "Keep your eye on the Professor" at the Lyceum. The leafletl '-Lethbridge Wheat Beats the issued by the Board of Trade, is meeting- with great favor the first edition, of being now exhausted. A second edi- i ond tion of is now on the press sold CALGARY REAL ESTATE IS ACTIVE Transfers of Inside Reported Calgary. Aha., June The Property Indian Palmist Indian Pnnc-ess Dahedenah, the marvellous Indian palmist aud phrenologist, is educated, and has made a life study of scientific palmistry. Consult her on all matters, of importance, whether [business, health, or heart affairs. 9" I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK t Carpenters' Tools Owing to the unprecedented demand for these goods our stock never is out of date. All our goods are new. Our steck is the most complete in the city If it's a tool we have it. We ship to out-of-town customers us THE McKEOWN HflfiDWAfiE CO.; LTD. Corner Dufferin and Round Streets up and more 1< tate wt-re made yesterday. pvopeny still keep.- i convinced. She L'f deals in real Business. Room 20. 'New Hill Block, known as the Hours: The Eng- lish syndicate winch has been buy- ing heavily was aeain to the fore and took over three lots on Eighth Avenue paying for them. The lots are between 3rd and 4th streets, east. Two lots were also gold on the northwest corner of 4th street- east and 3th Avenue for the above syndicate again being the pur- chaser. Dr. Lindsay disposed of some I British Rooming Hous 10 a m. to 9 p.m. GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lake. June have been favored by a visit from C. A. Magrath, M.P-, who came in town on Tuesday. A. J. McLean, M.r.P.r was also on 3th Avf. east for here Wednesday, looking up the in- property 000. Other sales were three lots on 10th Avenue between First and Second Streets east, for and one lot on S ih Avenue at the corner of anci fami street west for .j. Heben, j icrests of his district. The new brick works of the Imper- ial Brick Co. will soon be in active operation. The manager, W. A. Au- have arrived with engineer, and Louis ACCIDENT INSURANCE NOTICE J. Railway Men, Contractors, Mechanics and Laborers. We represent the old reliable Canadian Ry. Accident Insurance fr Co.. of Ottawa. You shonld not be without one of the very if liberal accident or health policies issued by this company Call and let us explain these policies to you i Freeman, Maeleod Graham Phone 173 Money to Loan Box 679 IC11Y AND DISTRICT Mrs. Southard will nor, receive to- j morrow nor again this season. The Union Bank contract has been awarded to Wm. Oliver and the addition will be started at once. I A train load of ten cars of cattle i went south to Raymond today for I the .Knight Co. i Two horses with saddles on were seen floating down the river past i Pincher Creek yesterday. i R. G-. Cunningham, late of the Bentley Co.. has gone into the 'hardware business with his brother at Maeleod and is doing an excep- {tionally large business. ajid real estate agents and others Miquelon purchased three lots on wishing copies can get them from i 8th Avenue east for The lot.? ilcXicoI, the board secretary, i were bought from Mr. James McKen- The b'oard also have on the press a zle. j leaflet entitled "Lethbridge the Pitts-I ;hurg- Of the copies of which' GREAT CONTEST TONIGHT. can be had from Mr. McXicoI. Gambler Paid Coin To Aid. Another lo: between First and Sec- Cadrette, who is an expert brick- Street east- on 10th Avenue, was maker, for Messrs. Skinner and The coal mme At tfcc uppcr end Ol- the town is Dotting ready to oper- ate. Workers arc busy pumping -the water out. Bradley and Oo. are extending their business and putting in boots and shoes. Several oi our business men took their families to Lethbridge on Tues- Small House on Two Fine Lots, near Dufferin Street, for cash, balance 3 and E months. Phone 290 Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block i-H-M U-U 11 MM III i i It baseball i match. "The Wolsey Pie Eaters" vs. 'The Devme Hash among: them being 3ilr. TJnder- ladies free (Continued Prom Front Page) morning the cheques for further animation. will be made by: _ the commission to find out what con'J BEAT THE GIANTS nectiun Alderman Proulx had with I1 Tne Boys' Club again showed the Brady. The balance of the day vrjs Giants that they were their superiors ipent in securing the evidence of po-; last night by defeating them for the- liceman Wc-bb. who paid for time by a score of li to 10. promotions on the force or paid for! Tne Club was three runs to the bad positions. lin the seventh, but by a great bat- i ling rally put over seven runs. The piace this evening at the Athletic wood, Mr. Wiken and Mr. j The party also included Mr. and Mrs. Grounds at seven o'clock. grandstand S2.00 Admission WINNIPEG WHEAT June opened G. Conrad, of Great Falls, has unchanged to 1-3 lower and closed i been visiting- at the Leigh stock farm 5-8 to Id higher. All markets opened land mating extensive purchases and higher than yesterday's registered Hercfords for his Montana close. Minneapolis! July sold up to jand Canadian ranches, says the Aur- i 131 3-4 and Winnipeg July up to 131 jora. 111., Beacon. '7-S. There was a_ two cent break in Father Van Tighera returned last Chicago July but other markets only night iron: his regular trip to the j declined about 1 cent. Reports from south. It has been decided to build j Kansas says the harvest will corn- churches at M.jlk River and "Warner. nience in some districts on Saturday When this is done a priest will be i and will be general on Monday. Wheat placed to look after the work there. improving due to late rains. William J. Williamsl builder, of j Chicago July opened 119 1-4 and this city, is rushing to completion j closed 116 7-S to 117; September op- two residences on Glyn. street and j has commenced operations on the I fifth house on Rachel street, Xorth i "Ward, which will be a fine seven-j roomed story and a half one, on a i large !ot, 40x139. YARDS OF LUMBER j is the daily product of a good saw "Yards oi lumber" reach our j lumber yard every day. looking around for A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF LUMBER find it at- our yard. Get estimates where you please, but give us the "business. Figure it out and observe the saving. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld PftOMi 23. 123 321 4 m t t n 1 1 1 n Listen to When you have a pre- scription to get filled, you want the beat in drugs and give both t J. J. Johnston-1 Prescription Druggist J -QUALITY McClary Ranges Are Built To Burn Soft Coal. They Will Save Money For You. StaffMgnew Co, "If you live out of town ui." game.went nine innings and was play- ed before a lanre ami enthusiastic crowd who -donatc-d liberally towards getting1 needed supplies for the two j teams. The line up for the -winners was Catcher, 3Iason pitcher, IMc- Kay first base. Redmond second base, Geyer third base, Fiske short stop, C. Peck left field, L. Mason and Llewllyn. Emil Waddum has his father here on a visit, and a brother-in-law, ilr. John Holte, also. We un-derstand 3fr. Waddum, sr., has property in town. The Ladies' Aid. in connection with j T the Methodist church had a very j pleasant time a few evenings ajo in i Bradley's hall. At- the conclusion of the business proceedmzs the tables were spread" and a tasty lunch 'par- taken of, which had kindly been pro- vided by Mrs. Geo. Tortcr. The ar- rangcnu-nts were completed for the icu cream social which is to te held on Friday, .June 11. A pro- gram is provided. centre field, Livingston. E. Peck right Held, -I. Don't fail to see Prof. Willey at the Lyceum. .His work is marvel- lous. While it lusts offer Robertson Martin's PAINTS -J Pints 25c. reduced to loc or 2 for 25o. 1 Pint 40c. reduced to 20c or 2 for 35c. 1 Quart 60c. redoced to 30c or 2 for 50c. Gal. reduced to 60c or 2 for 51.10 NOT WATER BUT MUD Editor of The Herald Sir your report of last coun- cil meeting you quote me as charac- terising the water delivery as "damn- whereas this c-pithet was ap- plied to the mud, and the difficulty the ladies experienced in getting through it at this season of the- year. Please make this correction as pro- minent as the report. D. A. SMITH.. __ the triumph of sixtj one years' growth from a small tinshop to i6J4 acres of floor space, from a half dozen artisans to from an annual wage sheet of to one of from a capital of energy to one of from obscurity to recognition as Largest Makers of Furnaces in the British Empire. was placed on the market the first furnace to be wholly and solely designed by a Canadian Company. We employ consulting staff of furnace experts, who mre continually experimenting with new in order that Sunshine _ Furnace shall not have to travel on its past reputation for T goodness. We buv materials in such large quantities that its quality guaranteed. to us. We have our own testing rooms, so that super- vision of construction is exercised down to Uit finest detail. McCIaryfc t j Hayr Bros. ''Phone 75 P. 0. Box 27 i i n i nil i iiiiiiHIiii The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AQENTS LOTS. 25ft. and 30ft. frontage on London Road North side, near BartJett Street Terms one-third cash, bal- ance 6 and 12 months Offices Block. to rent in Bryan The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block CALGARY LETHBRIDGE An acre in Wallwork Ad- dition, close in L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdonald Block Duff Addition LOTS At Reasonable Prices and on Easy Terms See R. V. Gibbons LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 222 OH BLOCK 5 roomed house on Torrtnce Aye., with 125x150 lot Only with cash, balance to suit W. R. Phone 122 ;