Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
flNBST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY to ji tH NUN NT( 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. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 ;j The Store of Quality Just received Another shipment Limberger Roquefort Swiss and Stilton Cheese PHONE 21 G. BRADBEEfi CO. Only UNION Grccery Store in City Preserving Pineapples Are now at their best. We are taking orders for these now Price for any size, from 24 to 36 m a case, 50 per case Strawberries and Cherries will be next THE GOOD CO. PHONE W HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY THE WEATHER. clear 85 49 .00 Fine and warm today and Wednes- ay a, few local thunderstorms. I handles new brick house, modern throughout on DUFFERIX SIR [El, Balance very easy. Snap. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block CITY AND DISTRICT E. A. Cunningham left for Winnipeg. Tfcos. Sholes has.taken out a -per- mit to erect a dwelling on Crabb St. J. II. Glendenning, M.P.P., of Nan ton, is in the city. That little "Doggie' of Buckleys at the Lyceum can do everything but talk. Supt. E. L. Chudleigh, of Cran- orook, is in the city today. H. C. McMullen, the stockman of the C.P.K., is in. the city. Prices at and served. Hev. j. c. Switzcr. of Brandon, wa.; elected president of the Sas- katchewan Methodist conference. H. Baird, of Winnipeg-, of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, is in the city today. Did you see Buckley's dogs last night at the Lyceum? That's the best act I have ever seen. Don't miss it. Let Us Fill Yeur Prescription In all our work in filling prescriptions we aim at precision. Nothing that can be done to insure safety and satis- faction in results is omitt- ed even in the smallest de- tail We execute every order, large or prompt- ness and dispatch. Come here with yonr pre- scription. llterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 'I I. ITO, There is no close sea- son for a Kodak When you go hunting, fishing, or visiting take a kodak. Hunt with a kodak, it's always lawful. Picture's give a, better description of sights and scenes than telhng or writing. JBiginbotham carries an up-to-date line of kodaks, cameras and accessories We print and develop .for amateurs J.O. HiginbothamSCe.lti! Family and Dispensing Chemistfl. Telephone'49. Night clerk. CITY AND DISTRICT. Mrs. John H. Davis, Hiss Davis, and Miss Clara K. Perry left Leth bridge morning on. a visit to ;Mr. A. S. Davis at Fort Casey Wash. They expect to be absent j about two months. I Will pay 34 per acre for breaking R. Dobbin. 1543 i Tomorrow night on the square the Red Sox meet Pitney's bunch from Ward. This will be a good game as both teams are evenly matched. Dr. Garnet T. Ives announces the opening- of his dental offices in rooms six and eight in the Stafford-Ague w block, where he will be pleased to receive those requiring his services. A show that pleases One-and all at the Eureka this week.- Good music, good singing and good dancing. A water color -drawing the work of Beard of this city was brought I to The Herald office today. It shows that the city has acquired another artist. Painters Local No. 384 meets in La- bor Hall Wednesday evening, 16th at sharp. .All members .will cancel other engagements and attend. By order of the Executive Committee. Ol- ver Sumner, Secy. 156-2 Frank G. Waddlngton- has a sale advertised to take place on Thursday ext at 2.30 at 1227 Bompaa street The owner is leaving the town and he goods, which axe of a superior uality, will be sold without reserve. The line-up of the Lethbridge and I Calgary baseball teams in A. Mac- One hundred acres, miles from town, all able and fenced, A snap that will not last. irrig- The Alberta Securities Limited Comer Round and Redpatfc Streets Successors to llberti leafty Co Telephone 141 am EARLY CLOSING During the summer months our store will close at 6 p.m. Buy Early Save Money and Go to the Ball Game HARRY Be good sport. You can get yonr LAUDER RECORDS at Robertson's Book Store New Whitney Block Warm Weather Shoes In white, brown, and gray Canvas Oxfords for Ladies; white Canvas for Misses and Children, and white and brown and Bals. for Men. We also have tan leather Sandals. All sixes from chil- dren's up. Hosiery to match. You need them now THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW FIVE RESIDENCE LOTS ON STREET EACH ij ALBERT E. IVES, WILLIAM BLOCK FI Owing to the unfortunate scorching which we got, it will be a day or two before we are open for business. Mr. McKeown has temporary office next door south of Herald Office. THE McKEOWN HARHWARE LTD, CITY AND DISTRICT The funeral of William Herman Singer took place at ten o'clock from the residence of Mrs. F. H. Singer, Notwithstanding he died at the home RED SOCKS WON Last night on the square the Hed Sox defeated the Boys' Club of Wes- ne mea at ine nome of Mrs. Geo. Greiver, GO miles north- 1 ley >church by a score of 10 to 4. flTV AND flKTRIfT Co-'s window is attracting Vll 1 I some attention today. The idea is I T.TV TT-iaM f j Quite original and Mr. Dawson, the Mr. ReM Of Kansas Guy. is look- iwindOW dresser, is to be compliment- ,iag over large mterests m -he Jed Ou the effect. Lethbndge district. j At parsonage Qn Dr. McGlure has returned from a j on June 13 at 9.30 by the Rev. J. trip to Cardston. He says the crops JM. Harrison, Clarence Holaday of are looking well.. ;Taber, to Miss Bessie Laura Wiikin- Supt. Maharg, of Medicine Hat, son. of Fort Dodge, Iowa. Mr. and rtved in the city today on his motor Mrs.. Holaday left for their 'home, on ranch north of Taber on Monday. Car" A. F. Dillinger, of Ottawa, who is Much, pleasurable anticipation is on the staff of the Board of Railway j evinced by all classes over the en- j Commissioners, in the city. j garment of the Boston Grand Opera -The Chinese gambk-rs pai-d in. over j Company in Lethbridge for two yesterday in fines which go' to I nights, Monday and Tuesday of next the government treasury. jwcek. Donizetti's famous master- The Caledonian Football Club will Piece, "Lucia di .Lammermoor" will hold a grand dance at the Caledon-j be sung on Monday night'and Go- >an hall on Thursday night, June 17. noud's "Faust" on Tuesday nig-ht. Madam Gorman's regular weekly j At the police court before Magis- j dance will be held in the Caledonian ].trate STacdougall this morning Cecil i Last night the city police caught j the charge of stealing some ma- another bunch of six men gambling. I chinists' tools from a C.P.R. car 'at They were arrested and let out on] Abridge and soiling them at the east of town and was brought all up as fol- winning team lined tnis distance, a more elaborate fun- (lows': Button c. Milling p Chapman 6' Urst base, Williams second base Bo- of boquets were sup- Uara thiM c shortstop iss snortstop, plied by Miss Jennie Brennan, of Medicine Hat, daughter of deceased's grandmother, also a fine cross by his grandmother, a pillow by S. H. Burgess and various other boquets by.friends. The funeral was largely attended. W. R. Hull, of Calgary, was.in th3 city last night. He left for the today, to look after the dip- ping of some cattle. Powell right field, Logan centre-field and Barnett left A JBIG SNAP I Improved farm 12 miles frora'Xethbridge and 1-2 mile from Jet. J of the new Calgary cut-off. For quick sale will sell for PER ACRE Freeman, Maeleod Graham 8 Phone 173 Money to Loan P.O. Box 679 f On. account of the scarcity of teams the Dupeu Co. have to raise the price of coal to per .ton, which in- prompt delivery. The price, at he mine remains unchanged, how- ver. NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT On 10th, June impounded in City 'ourid, near Isolated Hospital, one ilack 2 years old, branded in- erted V over Y monogram on left ;ip. Josephh Gillespie, Pound Keep- r. -154-0 public square, lady's lock- et and chain, initialed L.G." Finder please leave at Herald office. 156-1 TENDERS Tenders will be received by the un-'j dersigned up to 5 of "the 13th.! or residi-no1 for' 11 ra. Kirkham.'-Lowest'or any tender i .necessarily- accepted JAS. A. Architect. TENDERS I Tenders will be received by the un-! dersignnj up to'5 p.in-. of the 18th, j for residence on Dufferin- St. and I of 525 each. Dominion Day celebration com- rr-ittec are callin freshmcnt booth YARDS OF LUMBER Js the daily product of a good saw mill. "Yards of lumber" reach our lumber yard every day. Builders looking around for A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF LUMBER i find it at our yard. Get estimates! where you please, but give us the business. Figure it out ?nd observe j the saving. j Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld Pfeonci 23. 123 and 321 for tenders for re- privileges on the well, we certainly did see a show at the Lyceum last night. Those Dale Sisters are the best dancers we have had pleasure Of seeing. The Lyceum certainly js the most refined and ur to date vaudeville house and you get your money's wrth. Those are acts this week worth seeing, second hand store. He was found guilty and sentenced to one month a the Barracks. You should hear Koliins, and Klif ton, the celebrated banjo team at the Eureka Pure Paris Green Guaranteed Government Standard 35c Ib. J. J. Johnston f Prescription Drugf itt -QUALITY TAS- A- MACDONALD; Architect. Stafferd-HgiHw Co, "Tf you lire out of town write us." CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Excursion Rates SEATTLE To New Westminister, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. LIMIT 60 DAYS Tickets on sale daily, May 29th to Sept. 30th. Stopover Privileges. For farther particulars apply to S. B. Agent, Let b bridge J. E. PROCTOR. D. P. A., Calgarj Short Notice of Auction Sale at 1227, Bompas Street, on THURSDAY NEXT AT 2.30 PROMPT Frank G. Waddington Instructed by the owner, will sell by Public Auction as above a quantity of useful Household Furniture Including Dressers and Sftands, handsome Sideboard solid oak Dining Chairs, extending Dining Table, a nearly new Pianoforte, Parlor Tables, Hall Stand, Kitchen Cupboard, Beds, Spring! and Mattresses, Cooking Range, Kitchen Utensils, etc. On View Morning; of Sale AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 410 Round Street Telephone 261 LOTS 25ft. and 30ft. frontage on London Rood North side, near Bartlett Street Terms one-third ance 6 and 12 months Offices to rent in Bryan Block. The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block PHONE 475 P. O. BOX 261 Buys tw0 lots on the water main near new stand pipe. TERMS L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 2M ItadtMU Duff Addition LOTS At Reasonable Prices and on Easy Terms See R. V. Gibbons LOAXS HNK222 A HUBBY UP SNAP Lots in River View each. Not in coulee. They are high and dry W.R.