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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta nttST JOB HUNTING 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO Km li LitMrtyi Is IN HUH NU FLOUR BARRELS 25 )bs. 50 I 100 BREAD BOXES No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 THE o HARDWARE CO. REDPATH .STREET J We Sell for Cash MELLOW BALM- ha? conclusively proved its special value and has time __ and again clearly dcmon- str.iu-d by actual results it ESSENTIALLY SUPERIOR to the i.rdiuary skin lotions OfffWi io the public. We have on our files num- erous large country orders, ihtit the fume of Mellow Balm .lias spread t-> other localities. 25 cents at j. D. HiyinWain 8 Co. I'd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night" clerk. CI1Y AND DISTRICT Buchanan accompanied Hon. Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 C. W. Cross to the Liberal meetings WHY NOT GET THE BEST 1 Our wall paper stock is large and will find that our GOOD PAPERS are CHEAP and our CHEAP PAPERS are GOOD at.Raymond and Stirling tohay Big Special Matinee Saturday 2.30 p.m. at. the Eureka. Hon. C. W. Cross, attorney ceneral of Alberta, was in the city last The Store of Quality Just. -Received another shipment PHONE 21 GnninDCCD p nil itnAuDun Only UNION Iftre li City THE WEATHER- Edmonton, cloudy -20 Canary, clear...... Lothbridge, clear Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albert, cloudy 30 53 54 32 30 IS! 26; 26 I 30! 20i -10 where he HISOII'S BOOK STORE He .1st tor Jest of Onion Bank Phone 251 Agents for Undtrwood Typewriters. COLD FACTS Nip every cold ia the bud. Don't let "it get started or serious results will follow. At the first .sign-of sneeze or wheeze, cough or tickle, lake every precaution to pre- vent more serious sickness. Take DR. BARK'S f COLD CURE 1 I I 1 the natural, powerful cold breaker. It's an easy mat- ter to get a to break it up if you use the Price 25 Cents Mkerta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists j j it on his way to .Raymond held a meeting this afternoon sueaJts at Stirling tonitrht. Big Ladies and children's matinee on Saturday afternoon, at the .Ly- ceum. The Boston Lunch with. G. B. Por- ter as manager has opened for busi- ness attain- J. Henderson will commence the er- ection of a house on Crabb St. for W. J. Campbell. E. E. Carver is the architect. Uust two more nights to. see those clever comedians at the Eureka. 3i. Freeman returned yesterday from a trip to the towns alonjj the C: i? TC' -tJ- Ladies' and childrens' matinee to- morrotr afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Lyceum. The prelLminary hoar ing of the Becl- ing- case has been adjoyrnfid, this time for a week, till March 12th. A fellow who floated into lowa a .few days ago, was arrested last uight for .the theft, of a gold watch and chain, a necklace and gold bracelet from a house near the fair grounds. He was up before the magistrate this afternoon aid was remanded foi: trial Don't faif to hear Miss Heyman the .Kepina, fine 3 Winnipcff, -f Bulletin From Central Office Very mild weather has continued m j and it has been much milder, Saskatchewan but in Manitoba the lall- weather has been cold, especiall iajr the. night, -the temperature ing- considerably below zero. Manitoba, liffht local snow falls but mostly fair with ris- j ine t-cmperature. and Alberta, fair mild. AND DISTRICT D. J. Whitney is out on n round-up! first of the season. j See the Squaw Man's Daughter at i the Eureka tonight. sweet singer at the Eureka, before she leaves our city. Alberta Drujj and Book Co. have received an order from a ffen-j tleman at Haliiax. i the order was an advertisement cut ELEVATOR BURNED i Ponoka, Alta., March Al- berta Pacific Elevator here" was "burn-1 ed last night aad twenty thousand bushels of erain destroyed. HUEST1S-HARRBON j One of those events wnich always holds an interest for old and younjj i alike toot place at the .home of Mr. and Mrs-Stephen Harrison last night j when their eldest dauffhter; Elizabeth j S.. became the bride of Lewis A. j Huestis, about fifty guests" witness-, rhich was perform-: A. A. Lytle. pastor of j Church. f was erven away by her. iras very becomingly at-j nuiC' tired iri white net over white silk "S week at the Lyceum. Everybody be glad to see Ton- and his company} j The local branch of the Imperial S. Phipps is in town looking after, of the office. i The infant child of 3lr. and jJis. j Geo. Thomas, of the North Vard iiiedj last .nigiit. j Barnsley will erect a one storey t block with plans to extend at some! future-date St. The build- ing-will be occupied by W. L. McKen- and Co., electricians. Ernest E. Carver js the architect. Entire, change .of motion .pictures at the Eureka tonight. Wm.-Smith, of Claresholm. has ac- cepted de- partmoit at Macdonald store, i After the Frank McPherson. dry! social was spent, '.roods salesman with the Bentfey j Mr- and Mrs' Huestis will live has jrone to New Dayton, where crroom s Have You a Boy IF SO He Will Need Clothing SEE OUR NEW STOCK We have opem-d up this week two cases of Boys" Spring Suits. The nicest up-to-date -colorings aurl styles you'll see anywhere. 2 piece Suits, sizes 22 to 28. to Sfi 3 piece Suits, sizes 2tf to 33. 3 piece Suits. Lonsr Pants. sizes 30 to 34. to f8.50 STYLES, Double Breasted, Norfolk, or plain sack in a big variety of Serges and-Tweeds. A, Macdonald Co, PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE Jffk SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON GOW M A good investment, 4 lots London Road, corner j I location, half cash, bal, 6 and 12 months !i AI H1TDT 1? ALBLRl L. STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 t- No doubt you are contemplating House ''Cleaning. To assist you in making this arduous task of easy accom- plishment we offer you the following: Curtain Stretchers, Ironing Boards, Clothes Horses, Clothes Racks, Clothes Baskets, Clothes Hampers, Door Mats (all kinds) The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd. Corner Duffcrin and Round Street of for- of B. TTOC was Miss 3 bride, looked silk KOWH. flower girl and wore a and carried pink and white hyacinths was supported by his Huestis. The erroom's gift to the a beautiful gold watch and chain, to the bridesmaid a gold bracelet, to the" flower- girl a double heart cold brooch -and to- the groomsman a set of srold cuff links. The gilts to the voting- couole were exceptionally hand some, testifying to the esteem in which are held. supper a pleasant residence on m Torrance i ________________ A special matinee for the women and children, Saturday at the Eureka. McLeay will hold their j millinery openings on -Thursday, Warch il. Avenue. LATH men working at -.nth Mr. Dun can in the -m-ircaniile" 1 usi- ness. j The Grassy Lake Football Club in- lathing and shingling, are requested tend holding their first annual dance'to meet in the of the local, or- in the d in ins: hall of die firassv A- of Ke'" Hotel on Fridav. ttarch 12th, 1909. in Temple, Sunday af- ternoon at 3 o'clock, when an attempt will be made to organize a local of .the' Lathers International. Lake Orchards are stort- inff their monthly excursions to their fruits lands on the Arrow Lakes-. Mr. Freeman, general agent for the com- pany, states that they intend makincr these trips most attractive this sum- mer, and if suitable accommodation can be provided a ladies' excursion will be arraneed for. some time this summer. first party leaves Leth- bridere on Tuesday morning. March 16th, and those wishing- to join the par% should notify the nearest as soon as possible. GENT'S GLOTHES-HaVR" just re- chived Spring Samples for Gent's Clothes. Will make or overcoat to order at less cost City Dye Works, Round opp Herald office. Tel. 353; OUR DOORS ARE NOT BLINDS to work off a lot of poor lumber. They are made of selected boards, put to-; gether as- a first-class carpenter would put You know of course we handle j ALL KINDS WORK But know till you try. them, well made ar? our .sashes, etc.- They good as the best while they cost you only a fraction of hand-inade prices.! it Lumber Company Ld 83 183 Sponaes Fresh new goods for wash t basin, bath and carriage, I at prices from lOc to 1 j Johnston QUALITY QUAHTElit- ENGLISH LIQUID PAINT IS MIXED WITH BRAINS. 70 per cent, White Lead 30 per cent, pure White Zinc We you back your money, if it not all that say ft GUARANTEED FORMULA LABLE ON EACH; CAN, Gal X Q.I. I.JS i Buy Before Price Advances I still have a few North Ward Lots which I will seJI for a short time only each On Very Reasonable Terms These lots wall all be fronted by the water main this season, and will then be worm ffvfin to each. L. S.R1PLEY TELEPHONE 294 OFFICE 8 MA CDONALD BLK 4 lots foot of Crabb-St., 25 s 160 Monthly R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Two good residence lots, Burdett St., opposite Pres- byterian Church. I General former minister of Wfir of offered tHe the Captain Generality of Catalonia. Six negroes are being hanged to- day ia Louisiana for murder and criminal- assault. Terms For Sale Only by ii The CJ. Bowman BIG CAR ORDER room girl wanted j at" Chow Sam's cafe. U double wagon, near- ly now with double box. Will sen cheap. First house east of Chamber Bros. Bairy. North Ward- H. Ever. 71-6 1st, furnished house, 8 strictly modern, well V uated. Bent reasonable to satisfac- Apply "Box E., Herald- man for farro Steady Job, wages' -and, board. trf good, habits need apply. Box'R., Herald. 71-2 American Line to Spend Eight lion New York; .March .5 ident W: C. Brown, of the. New> York Central Railway announced today that: the full equipment; "of .order for the Cen- tral lines for 1909 had .been decided' .upon and it included freight, 203 passenger cars and 71 locomotives. Of these contracts 350 freight cars and 52 passenger cars have _peen_. awarded. Contracts for the remaining ireieht and-passen-. ffeiv and the locomotives will be let within a couple of weeks. Tlie ex- penditures of the equipment will ajr.- EXCLUSION LAW WANTED joct .of immigration by the adoption California Senate Asks for Legists- of the Day resolution calling upon tim Congress to enact an Asiatic exclus- Sacramento, CaL, March lieu i ion law that would keep Japanese of the anti-Japanese statute the Sen- as well as Chinese aliens out of the atf; expressed its views on the sub- country. and chamber- maid wanted at Cosmopolitan- Hpjbel. LOST TWO bay, branded'four-ieaf-felover on left shoul- der WH on left hip? lazy F on right hip. One between a and buck- skin, branded four-leaf-clover on left shoulder. Eeward or Alex N. Harbin son. -Taber, Alta., Box 274. 71-3 We are open for business in our new store in the Phone 93 as usual and we will attend to your wants promptly THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERRS' Prompt Delivery THE ILEXIkllDRII CAFE Lanches from lOc np If; it suits you tell others, if not tell its N. H. MURRAY Tenders for DRIVING ENTRY TENDERS will be" received by-.the undersigned up to March the 10th for driving 200 feet more or less of an entry: in the coal seam near, the Pump-House, on the Driver bottom. Tenderers to state price ;.per foot city-to'-provide tim- bjr, rails., etc. Specifications can ;be- at the Giiy: Office. ALL WINTER STOCK MILLINERY To clear at less than half cost Trind Hats fnm vf Opening announced litter If You Lire Nc.r Uthbridgc, New Dayton or Magrath It will be to Your Interest to Get Our Prices on B RS' S U P P LIES Of ETCIT Description THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Dmjrtoii, PEONE if 5 City M1IU BOX 664 4 Monte j 2 lots 2i Uocka tnm Poft for wkh tMK, by MotUy. is in food and rents for per mouth ;