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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING AT THE: HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE TO liw ID lEthtarlop is the 0ILLIS HOU WHAT? Mechanics who can appreciate using the highest quality tools to purchase Keen Ku.tter 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 Pkone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 The Store of Quality Just received Whole Pickled Cucumbers In Bulk BUy tlltfll final ton King up THE GOOD CO. for good goods and quick ser- vice. We can supply your table with FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES daily aud at moderate prices. If yon are not a customer ofonrs you do not know what you are missing THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY ir i! The best improved irrigated farm in this district, Fine.: DISCOUNT SALE FRIDAY and only. 10 per cent, for r cash off on all Ladies' Empress and Femina Oxfords Warm Weather Bargains THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW j house and barn. llraost all sown to alfalfa and timothy, T0 No w Round fr> r h Price Fine dairy preposition. Piione 280 J J For r v'y per mont l f Beagle MaxweU Land Co., Oliver Block J LALBERT E. IVES, j. BLOCK i u p (I CJTY AND DISTRICT. At the R.K.W.1T.P. Barracks yes- terday a settler of Bowvilie was fined nve dollars and costs for taking a bull from a pound. A daughter of Bishop Van'Orjnan. was in the city yvsterdAy on I Souvenir jj Spoons With view of the Bridge Prices 50c and up Store closes at Six p.m. RflBERTSOK'S BOOKSTDBf Phon> 25" Whitney Block Agent for Underwood Type- writers w I j> Freshness Is almost as important as quality in the buying of candy. The unbeat- able quality ONLYMEDICiNES SOLDonStNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the Do- minion have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4. p.m. to 5 p.m. 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Sight Bell FAMILY MO DISPENSING CHEMISTS iher way to Salt Lake City, where One hundred acres, 2-g- miles from town, all irrig- able and fenced. A snap that will not last Tticllberta Securities limited successors to Career bud awl Kedpaib Streets Telepbne 141 Qpen 'she -will be married. i OOO addition Last night about nine o'clock Sergt Edey arrested two more men on sus- picion of being; implicated in the rob- beries of the night before. An interesting game "of baseball played on the square Saturday CITY A.NO DISTRICT. The Medicine Hut News says.: T. Williams' plan's have been accept- ed, in competition, for the new to the Westminster at Lethbridge. Mr. Williams office -n _ Dr. Porteous and wife, oi Montreal the guests of Mrs. Porteous' sis- ter, Mrs. J. W. ilcXicol. Rev. j. 3U. Harrison will occupy the pulpit of Wesley church for the 1-ast time tomorrow. Strangers wel- comed. The Boys' flub and Mission Band will meet as usual at ten a.m.. an-d the Lethbridge Builders at three. il. J. Bohmer and family, of St. FIRE Our Insurance has just been adjusted. Watch this space for FIRE SALE BARGAINS Our Stqre is open for business while we are moving stock. o THE McKEOWN HARDWARE LTD. Corner Dufferin aod Round momme between the Boys f _, t .01 those who have passed their Club Juniors The Herald Xews- In last SaturdaVs Toronto Globe .ijust received there is published a list Joseph's. Minn.._have bought a half- i boys. The Herald boys, though feated by a large score, are yet discouraged. The Herald wants good, live cor- animations at the university. We no- tice the nante of .Miss Phyllis Higin- of J. D. Higin- j botham. 91 this city, who has com- pleted her first year's term with section of the Cameron Ranch and will erect a house immediately and commence operations. He has bought a steam plow outfit and will com- mence breaking as soon as his plow- arrives. respondents at Taber, Pincher Creak, j Macleod, Nanton and Warner. Com-j i j.. ti I The Hedicine H-at Xews savs "IV E. municate at once with the News! .-t I Porter, former local supt. of works. and latterlv occupying the same PO- Durin? the thunder storm on TJmrs- struck the resi- day night dence oi 2so serious -damage v sition ar Lethbnaare, has been ao- _ pointed to .tne position oi supt. oi c.ow on Redpath St. I construction -in connection with the was done. The j Qf a waterworks system lightning burnt out several electric j lights and the 'woodwork was scorch- ed in a couple of places. at Carman, Man. Herman Hague from Overby. D- _ _ s arrived with a car of settlers' Perev Bocham, one of the cffects ffQcs souih famous Reel s-ox baseball team, got a bad crack in the eye from a ioal! 3L of the ball during- a match this morning, j barber has 1 barber shop at Pincher Creek and The tion. required atten- Tomorrow's services in the Baptist leaves for there today. We are daily recelvi. ship- ing service 11 a.m.. subject, "Asking li OH AND DISTRICT !7CL will he hold-as Tollows Mom- ments Srade of build- mg material of all descriptions. Call on us and be convinced that we can interest you in anything needed in our line which is complete in every i j i i i i McConkey's j Chocolates and the fresh and perfect condition in which yon re- reasons why our candy trade grows so steadily Prescription Specialist! 1.1. IIWfK, HfP. LETIUIKE j left on today's local for a Jfcw flays SQJourn at Banff, j and" Receiving." Adult Bible Class Sunday school, 3 p.m. Evening 'service 7.30. subject. "Christ's Gall Working Men." The pastor will j preach at both services and teach the class. All seats free and ua- The Taber Baseball team was in 1 j appropriated, Ev'ery qdy made i the city last i Havmond. nig-ht on its way to come. I Ex-Reeve Robt. Ewing and TVm. J. i Bennett, of Amaranth. Ont., are in It is reported -that there is still j the' city for a few days. Sunny Al- sorae Alberta Red seed wheat in thejberta looks good to them, Mr. j Cardstoa district. j jng js so well plc-ased with Alberta On Sunday afternoon from four he has .-.taken up a homestead nve. the Citizens' Band will render a, j and. pre-emption. program on the square.' It understood that the city au- Ths Hvc tirj-rities are endeavoring to procure respondent, at Taber, Pmcher Greek, !more seats for the around the Macleod, Nanton and Warner. Com municate Editor. at once with the square so as to .provide accommoda- tion, especially for any ladies or children who wish to enjoy the shade Electric Wiring and Supplies SEE W. LMcKenzie Co. Electricians Redpath St. Lethbridge. If you want to get a home on Easy Terms call up 773 We have two nice dwellings for sale cheap and on small cash payments. Can't stay open long. Freeman, Maeleod Graham TO LOAN. NO DELAY The public school teachers and their friends are giving a picnic this afternoon at the river bottom in hon- or or Lilian McDonald, who has resigned from the stafl. The Herald wants good, live cor- Macleod, Nanton and Warner. Com- municate at once with the News respondents at Taber, Pincher Creek, Editor. TF YOU WANT A LAWX See A. Rochon, Crabb -street, the Papt- lawn wire fence man. 160-26 detail; Citizens Lumber Co. 160-3 The children of the convent school i On these hot summer days. jare having a picnic today at the j Some parties who have been trav- i river bottom, near the pump house. elling through the district to the The O. W. Kerr Co. have seat of the city report the crops in party oi land seekers out in all di-'j excellent condition. The grain has rections "to look over the district. now almost caught up to >the growth Several have-already made purchases j of this time last although the! The Herald wants good, live cor-1 seeding was two or three weeks Taber, Pincher later. The beautiful warm weather Macleod, Nanton and Warner. the nice showers have shot the muncsate at once with the j crops forward at an amazing rate. Editor. The Herald wants good, live cor- McLeod Bros., the preat clothiers j respondents at Pincher Creek, of the great west, now have their j Macleod, Nanton and Warner. Corn- stock nicely arranged and with a full j mimicate at once with -the News staff under the management of G. H. i Editor. McLeod, are in a position to handle any amount of business., Tht Citizens Lumbef Company re- ceived a fresh shipment of cement, barrel and bulk lime. .We kindly in- vite those in need to inspect the quality and prices. IM-3 YAR08 OF LUMBER is the daily product of a. good saw mill. "Yards of lumber" leach our lumber yard every day. looking around for A SELECTED STOCK OF LUMBER j find it at our yard. Get estimates I where you please, but give us the j busines-s. Figure it observe i the saving. lee Cretin j. j. Johnston Lumber Company Ld Pftones 23, 123 and 321 4 Pure Paris Green Guaranteed Government Standard 35c Ib. Prescription Druggist for Headquarters Workmen's Roadmen's Miners' and Men's Fine Shoes T, mm Tie Beside Bentley's Children's Washing Suits f Suitable for School Wear a few window-soiled reduced k New White Waists Handsomely Embroidered, at Tery Moderate Prices. .ItaffQcd-Agnew Ho, THE SURE Westminster Road. NORTH WARD Is Now Open for Bnginees Our fountain is running. Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda served as yon like them. Your patronage respectfully solicited i W. P. J. IUIMOER Graduate Drtiggrst and Optician Prescription Specialist MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS Westminster Road as STORE NorthWard LOTS 25ft. and 30ft. frontage on London Road North side, near Bartlett Street Terms one-third cash, bal- ance 6 and 32 months Ofiices to rent in Bryan Block. The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block PHONE 425 P.O. BOX 261 Oil Stoves 1 Burner ,1 2 Burners 3 Burners 90c We Have The Stock HHYR PHONE :P.O. BOX 27 you lire out of town write Buys tw0 lots on the water main near new stand pipe. TERMS L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 OiceS Snap in North Word A new Six Room Cottage close inr well finished Electric light and water Price Easy terms r R V. Gibbons LOAXS INSURANCE PHONE 222 OH BLOCK THREE LOTS CORNER REDPATH AND LOUISE, ONLY W. R. Dobbin Co. ;