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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H J H SKEITH tod) INSURANCE T5e Lethbridge Doily THE PLACE TO STAY Ita irUttlrtp b tk Mtltt NTEl i GOOD NEWS i: FOR THE HOUSEWIFE! QnV car of enamel and graniteware has arrived and we are unloading it with all possible speed. It contains a large as- sortment of the following Boilers Niokle plated, i-opper, galvanized iron and and tin. full line from large stock pots to a candle stick. thing you can wish for. Wringers, Stoves.Washing Machines, etc.. etc. The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Si Stafford and Hick Wakely Cream Elcaya A fragrant non-greasy toilet cream. Eicaya, a tree India, is noted fof P61- fume. iThe fresh buds and leaveg of the elcaya tree have a most fragrant and agreeable odor, at once refreshing and invigorating. A paste made from the fresh leaves posses- ses the'characteristic odor of the tree and is used for beautifying the skin and de- veloping retarded tissues. Creme Elcaya possesses these qualities in a much more marked degree. Its creamy consistence and fra- grant odor have led its ad- mirers to declare it a verit- able "Cream, of Flowers." PER JAR J. 0. Sigintottam S CoAti FaaiUy and Dispensing Cbsmists Telephone Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Groceries Crockery have everything any other store has and some- thing else besides. Try STEPHEN BON'S cnr AND_Disraa No mail the Must today. II. A. Uriggs of Cnissy Lake is in the city. II. lv MolTutt of C'luresholm is in the: city. Buy your next pair of shoes from F. German. Mrs. W. H. Young will not ri-ivivL- until April. Mrs. .1. .1. .Johnston will not re- ceive duriog March. Marmalade And HARTLEY'S Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Nelson Fraser tuj-es have been several degrees bo- loiv zero and 28 below in the BaUlo- ford District. In Manitoba tempera- tares have been moderate. and continued cold today and Thursday. Close Inspection Of our wall papers reveals their great superiority. In every detail of the manu- facture, as well as in de- signs and colorings, our hew papers are simply the perfection, of excellence. You cairt be sure you get the best unless you see what we have to offer. ROUEN'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of tlniofi Bank Phone 251 WEATHER BULLETIN Edmonton, fair Calgary, cloudy LethbrEdge, cloudy IJatUoiord. chv.r llegina, clear................ 1- Winnipfg, snowing 2? It Bulletin From Central Office Snow fall in eastern Saskatchewan j 'and in Manitoba, elsewhere in prairis provinces the weathc-r has been fuir- t H has been very cold in Alberta and F. German, the shoe man. for minimum tempera- best goods in the line. .1. II. Wallace went to Calgary this morning on a. business trip. D. Balcovski went out 'to Cardston on another cattle buying expedition. Skating Rink will be open on Wed- nesday evening 8 to 10.30. 70-2 John Haynes and A. L. Mitchell of Taber were arrivals on last night's local. F. II. Malcom has resigned as man ager of the Western Canneries at Me- dicine Hat. F. it. Sherman, of Taber, president of District No. 18 U. M. W. of A. is in ahe city% Abe Caldwell, founder of the town of Caldwell, near Cardston, came in on last night's local and wont to Calgary this Judge Winter is expected to return from Calgary today and will hold District Court on Thursday. It.. S. Mahi-.-. ir.ara-.rer of the Bank Montreal at ilagrath, returned to [the Garden City this morning. J. W. McN'icoll left this morning to make his monthly round of the Enterprise Lumber Co.'s branches II. O'Connor of Burdette. tnerch ant, postmaster, etc., etc., was in the city yesterday on a business trip. MEN'S SHOES fcihoos for all sorts and till kinds of ;rnuut- but irioro for those a shot; which gives absolute ease tort to the foot, and at.tho'sauie'timo have the maxi- and comi'ort mum of style. GUI jitiw styles arc designed to be the homes of a great many feet. No breaking-in required F GOW CO. Lethbridge 16 L-OTSl I Close to North Ward School, size 25x125 to lane: Price each Terms ALBERT E. IVES Rooni 2, Oilier Block PHONE: THE, yOU-R CLOTHES US AffD you WILL "BE TOTULATR. you -Buy THEM CHE Any jvow. vuys A. SUIT on AJV IOVE-RCOAT F'ROM US WO'RTH SIS. S15 -BUyS A SUIT F'ROM US WO'RTH Arthur Barnsley, returned this morning from a ten weeks' trip to his home in Southport, Lancashire, England. Artie O'Dea, captain of the- Loth-' 'bridge professional ball team last summer, has been signed as playing _ nanagcr of the Brandon, Man., team which has got a place En the reorgtm izcd Northern League. lie has gone south in search of players. .The Oliver, hall was crowded to the doors last night to sec- the jVr- p'lay that typical A- Texas Aft OVERCOAT SII -BUyS A SUIT Oft Aff OVE'RCOAT US WO'RTH 'S STORE of Swell Clothes We are not new trade ''Our Best" is not a CHEAP Hour. It is made from the best wheat and-is of superior quality. Buyers' and con- sumers appreciate this we charge a good price for "Our insur- ing a fair profit, we have a Our Best Flour 1 Elliidii Hilling 5 Elevator Bapnil j demnrul for it in exc-essof our I capacity. This 'is why we have none to otter." We do not quote other in ills cus- tomers-or meet their prices. We accept such trade only when it" conies to unsolicited' at full prices. nr Walsh aPeebie ington Company western comedy which was staged with very good ru- j suits. The sjjeciaHies were the best that have been put on this season. 1 L OUR LETfTER BOX. The High River Times says: E. E. Thompson and daughter left Satnr- RE GAS WELL Ctioice imported Cigars f A full line of B. B. B. Pipes I All kinds of Tobaccos t day for Winnipeg and Calesburg, II- Editor Lethbridge Herald, liuoisr where they will visit friends. .Di.ar Gity Council 'to mi- Mr. Thompson will be absent about for some 'reason' or a month' and during that time -will not to take over the present do his duty in furthering the inter- Hectiiic. 'Light C.xnpany Mrs, Iliginbotham will 1 R. W. Wallace The Smoker's H eadquarters ceive on Thursday and afterwards every second third Thursday as us- ual. A fresh consignment of ripe toma- toes, Pineapples, Lettuce and lianan- as were just received by the Good Co. Mr. and .Mrs. (I. C. Ivcs who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Tvcs. returned to Macleod this morn- ing- csts of Southern Alberta. The very ooreci the with the belief mild winter and the excellent appear- city was" going to take over theVcky.it will vbe found pres- If not it never be found in'tht" city, a'nd' seem a wiiriti.' of money to buy a bor-1 ing outfit "because I contend that it would be imposible to bore' feet for I vcn- ture to say that a new outfit and bor: ing down feet would swallow up the agreed upon to spend and then not have gas. Let us put axvay all private interests and look BRIC1 BilllllllB, FRESBTTEiUll CKORC ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY KH kinds of Tin M !roi Work WHERE TO PINE For com fort service and irieim try the m m m mm M Cor. Smith and Red path ance of winter wheat at the present j saimi frorn them, but "gas has not.been found and thoy "are shirking tluiir 'promise aud leaving the Electric Light Company to do the best.they cm. They put arguments fo'nvard '.-faying present hole is useless. Lcthbridge. A meeting of the paint- j It is down feet. It has shown cr.s, decorators, etc., was held in the'two indication soi gas t-> my know- Arlington Hotel, for the purpose of ledge though not si steady flow, but I juncture and the sleek, well-fed con dition of range cattle are themes that he can dwell upon. Another loc.il was added last night to the. already long list of unions in organizing. Thos. S. Harold, Dis- believe thai if. gad is to be found in trict for the American Fe- Itcv. J. W. Sinclair, Baptist minis- of Labor was in the chair, tcrr at Diamond City, was taken ser- n.ml ten members wore obligated into no .-f. r-i-ri_ru Hrothcrhood of Painters, Decor- C ua hn'vf: .1 public mfctuig-h'elrl jointly by- c-jt.v-.'.aiul the: 'Electric Light Copany. and discuss this question h-5taTixlpomtsyr to bri it, after -.it--.'luLS would give-us poor arid This ut the question in a fair and square j; and. sec whether the Electric 'ljv the only way, I j think, such an mattL-r' can b2 settled. In 'lot ine sav that if the way and. sec whether tne wecin.c. to bore .avnew hole Light Company have been trying to fe'd'sent money and steal a march on the city. I would say that they have done everything that they possibly could to meet the city hi the matter and if the Council feel that they cannot handle their proposition themselves, let-the rate- payers vote on the question and let Lsttibridge Cerpei Beating and Window rjeanin Co. iously ill with hemorrhage of the lungs yesterdnj'. The Hoard of Trade meets tonight at eight, o'clock in the council chaip- ber. Important, business requires ev- erybody's presence. W. .1. Nelson left lust night for is'found they will be held up for''their actions and also on the other harid: if the'y take the Electric Light.Company's proposal and should their 'proposal'.turn but That wdiild also-be the pres- ent Council. vote bo taken. Yours truly, NOT A. SHAREHOLDER. March 4, 1003. Oliver's Hall TWO JOLLYi-MGHTS commencing Fri., March 6 E. IBIPM DlftCliLCI We always liaye thern laughing. A company of esceptipnal merit: ''.-Ari- eleiint'.scenic ators. and Paperha.ngers of America, i The following otliccrs were elected: 1'ro-sidi'iit, .1. Cullis; Vice-I'rca'ulcnt, Pepper; Sec.-Treas.. J. Deseran- cojjrt. The members of the Mock Parlia- Stove Pipes Cleaned Send Festal Card 15 Cottill St. SHORT BLOCKS Price A Wagon Load at the Yard Delivered it oyr yarf Iflrtl! of tie Track month's trip to the East to visit i mcnt will debate tomorrow evening his old home. Fergus, Ont., and.oth- er Ontario points. Peter Rowland Rot obstreperous in the post office :i cur- rent of language such us is not used on the control of the liquor traffic. The leader of the Opposition, Dr. Courticc, will introduce the same bill as was introducod by U. .Ilicbert, I M.P.P., into the Alberta Legislature.! iuiiuv'i .TV, i Members will find the full text of the in sermons anil pruvcrs. The Magis- bill in last week's Lethbridge News. cooled him off to the e-xtcnt of five dollars and costs. I -I. M. Harrison, of Wesley Church wont to Calgary this morn- ing to attend the convention of the Temperance and Moral Reform League of Alberta being hold in that city tonigiit and tomorrow. Mortsmer Priest is giving every school boy that his hair cut in his shop during March a heart of gum or a post card. 70-2 oo; mm. TUNIS The Government will oppose the bill. Kvcry mi'inlKT .should prepare to speak on this important subject. Hon. R. H, Davidson's bill on Sen- ate Reform will also bo discussed. CARPETS CITY DIREaORY FOR SALE w jj 25c each o J o J. J. Johnston Prearriptioo BEGGAR 'An exceptionally strong cast, a wealth of beautiful, costumes, pretty girls and funny comedians are among the promises made concerning "The Beggnr I-.'ice" which comes to the1 house .n "VWdnesdny, March 11.! is the sainv Ik-ggar Prince Com i pany lhat such a stir in theatrical circles lately. Indeed the company has scored such a triumph J that numerous reasons have been ail- vanced why the performances have been well attended and critics have endeavored to discover the cause of their popularity. The real secret of their success, however, is due to the clever cnst and the capable manner j in which all their operas are staged. Anc! the TJeggar Prince f'o. which will be presented here is ono requir- ing elaborate costuming and it is said the requirements have been fill- ed to ihc letter. One night only in Mikado, THIS YbUK OPPORTUNITY. We are out of th'e Carpet Business. Not sufficient room for sliowing them is the cause of tins move We Want to Clear the Stock out Quickly COMING TO DECENT CLIMATE -Toronto, Ont., .March three hundred people left for the West on tlie first settkr.s' excursion of this year: The crowd was much smaller than anti- cipated on account of the" blocked condition of the railways but the average will probably be fully made up in "-later excursions. Wiitnn Runs Velvet fags Brussels Roys Tapestry Rugs -.ON N N', PEG W A R KETS W Stair C Wort JI.M per tirt SEIUIG If yon Teqtiire a Carpet Square come along, vrill save you money THE: A, Macdonald Co, 4Cb 53 and .wanlrnbe1 equiprneut- FRIDAY EVENING Match Th6 of "v t vco con t i nents EVENING a One prolougetV'screHin Matinee Aftmtoci jielween the Acts Vaudeville 75C 50C Matinee Prices. 15c 85o V; Fluctuations in Options March :.V 110 3 4b May.; 11J j-2- -1137-8-. 1143-Sb 1161-3 May .......................51b No. 3 March.................--- 50a b May 301-2b Maivh................ 10H-ib May.................- lOdb 103 b Closing Cash "Prices No. 1 Hard .........1133-1 No. I Northern NTo. 2 Northi-.rn No. 3 Northern.................10134 No No- 5.......................... S2 No. 71 Pectl j Feed 2 451-2J. No, 2. White..................'- .40 i 45 Flax ...................-.....1041-2 mm Only house m strictly white help is used. Every nijiht from JOo" clock have some specials, in addition run in the short order line. TONIGHT Hot Edast Chicken with Or ram Gravy Tea or Cofoo. Try it after the Show UoMarketGardeiicrs i AND O T.H E: R S For Kent, 40 Acres "of Choice Irrigable Land jnst outside city limits. WiU- for a term to right party. to.. T.M. Evans, WlrtWttmt ;