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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H, J, H. SKEITH FIRE INSURANCE GOOD NEWS i! FOR THE HO U SEWIff Our car of enamel and granitewara has arrived aud vre are unloading it with all possible speed. It contains a large as- sortment of the following Boilers Nickle plated, copper, galvanized iron aud and tin. full line from large stock pots to a cnudle stick. yon can wish for. Wringers, Machines, etc.. etc. J o Cough Insurance A Good Business Man Insures his stock against lire. The prudent head of a family has hiu life insured. The traveller carries accident in- OurSyrupef White PiM with Eualyptol and Honey is an insurance against colds, coughs, croup, bronchitis, etc. It is the cheapest insurance anybody can carry. Keep 25c worth of this iaiurancc in the house. J. 0. Ipfcottis S Co.Ltl Dispensing Cbenists Nifbt Clerk Groceries Crockery The McKeown-tiick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodic Stafford and Hick Wakcly PHONE G2 BOOK BARGAINS Cloth Bound Books CITY AND DISTRia We have everything any other store has and some- thing else besides. Try STEPHEN BON'S fj Marmalade And HARTLEY'S MEN'S SHOES for all sorts und all kindg of men, but more especially for those who appreciate a. shoe which gives absolute f'fise and comfort to the'foot, and at the same tiuie hnve the maxi- mum of stylo. Our new styles ore designed to be Use 1-oiiiea' of a great uiuny feet. No breaking-in required Strawberry Jam J. Robertson from Cal-1 Nelson j WEATHER BULLETIN j Kdmonton, 3t i fair 3-1 Huttleford. clear 12 Swift Current, cloudy......... KJ [Minuedosa, cloudt 26 pjary up. local.' The Heppler insurance ajfent is uj) in the court this morning. Frank- Steed of Stirling was in city last night. John K. Hamilton, of Burdelte in the city over a train. Robt. Ibey returned to Cardston this morninpr. I Calgary, clear 2-t C. J. Eckstorm went to Macleod Hat. clear 22 this Prince Albert, cloudy......... 12 J. A. Macdonald spend Kftfina, cloudy............... L-.l ing the duy in Slncleod. j '-Virmiripg, clear 14 Three cars of settlers effects came! Bulletin From Central-Officer in this morning- for Spring Coulee, j The weather throughout the prairie See display for SATURDAY ONLY ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Boar West of liitoa Hart F. Milner and wife, of Helena. provinces has y lieon fair and jj Choice Imported Cigars A full line of B.B.B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos R.W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters Mont., an; in the cky. 11. W. PiJUnc ni Cardston is town today. A. R. Gordon of Cranbrook B.C... was an arrival in the city last night Ceo. Ardell of Medicine Hat came in. on last night's train. It is rcportwl that the mother of A. .1. McLoan, the well known ran- cher, died in Elgin county, last week. W. A. Cordon and of Medicine Hat arrived in the city last night to take up their residence here. ilrs. C. I. Wyman passed through the city on her way Irom Westhope. N. 13., to home in Magrath. cold hut nioderaled somewhat since j last report, especially in Alberta. toduv and i I >-tationary or higher temperature. .1.1 Fred Thompson of Gurney-Fildeu t Co.' of Hamilton" was .''hi the city yes- terday. He got orders for a carload'.11 of hardware aud says that business is the best in Lothbridge of any; place in the west-. Extra attractions -at the Bijou to-'1, night and March G.j and 7, Monte Christo, in five acts. The great French 'draina, with costumes and scenery, prices as us--- vial, la and 10 cents. Hatch Coons have a party oft L. "Dolnn, a well known railroad- contractor, w'lo rciuhriaster for the C.P.n. at Frank at the time of the great and also su- perintendent of construction of -the Crow's Nest. Elranch, died at Winni- eight land seekers looking over the country today. License Inspector Hotchkiss, of paying another visit BUILD A ..HOME.. Lots less than a block from North Ward School Each SlO cash. per month R. V. Gibbons Block Claresholm is to the citj'. Beginning next week the Bijou.the? atre will change ihe programme three times a week, instead of two. Ti.R. Uavidson, principal of West- minster School, is seriously ill with appendicitis. The Raptist people intend holding a series of prayer meetings every ev- ening during the next two weeks. A gentleman' who has just returned from the'east says that the snowfall so far this ivinter in Montreal reach- es 19 feet. The Tenderfoot Club enjoyed anoth er successful dance last night, the j main feature of which was the music I which was furnished by the Polmatier Sisters. Mrs. W. WV Neelanris. who has been visiting her home at Ottawa for the "Great Jrish' Night" March at the Bijou Theatre competition for the -best- Irish song, jigs, ;or reels (ladies or Prizes will be given. Names to bo given in at the box olilce not later than the 10th. -v-- The 0- Vv. Co. have a car- load of twenty-seven land- seekers from ,Iowa todays Today a number of them are out looking over township range twenty- one, and 'Ihc whole outfit will go out to Warner tomorrow morning. Next week a carload of women and child- all from Pearson, Iowa, are com ing to settle at Wanicr. Kindling SHORT BLOCKS Price A Wagon Load at the Yard Delivered It our Tart Nortk ef to Trad past six weeks is expected back to- night. J. 11. Starncs, teller in the Bank of oflico here leaves for a month's holidays at his home in Montreal. Mrs. T. S. McKcnzie and three children came to the city from Min- neapolis last nighl. to join, her hus- band here. Mrs. Moline of High River, re- turned home this morning after visit- ing her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Ingram, of Crabb St. The O. W. Kerr Co.'s first excur- sion for this season arrived this morning. A special car of land seek ers made up the party. Wm. Oliver is moving the new ma- chinery for planing mill to the fac- tory. This morning five teams of horses were used :n hauling the boil- er from the station. Patton Grier, an interdicted person was found guilty a.t Leavings of breaking interdiction and was fined costs. This is an unusual i the'first in Alberta. Miss Winfiold, an expert will give demonstrations of tho cele- brated P. D. French Corsets, at the Bentley Co., commencing tomorrow. Wanted A TWO SECTION FARM Within 5-6 miles of Lethbridge W. R DOBBIN Dealer hi Alberta Lands and LethbrSdgc Properties RMBS 1 aid 2 Southard Block LETHBRIDGE. ALT A. All Indies inviiod. V ROEERS-CliMIMGIIJIM oo OLIVER'S HALL Hll TIE C.M. TWOS CITY DIRECTORY i! FOR SALE eacK J. J. Johnston BOUGHT AT SOC on the dollor Will oe sold in Fifteen Days at LESS THAN THE COST OF MANUFACTURE For Particulars see large Posters Jhe Greatest Slaughter Sale of High Grade for Men and WomerT will SATURDAY, March 7, 1908 i At 9 a.irv and for fifteen business days prices will reach the low- est limit :n this :'C3ilGANTiC This will be a sale without a' parallel in the history of Leth- bridge, and will positively t_ _ _ Tuesday, March 24, 1 908 'Every article in our 'Store -will be orfertd at Screststabla Pricei, 2nd -in: many 'cases less than the cost of manufacture. '5 STORE Beggar Prince Comic Opera Company In the'Japanese MIKADO ONE NIGHT ONLY Wednesday, March II The Opera that made Mil- lions Langh. Funny Conodians, Clever i Sou'brettes. Pretty Girls. Specialties Gorgeous Costumes and Elegant Stage Settings Prices 75c., .-You'll appreciate the list of genuine 'bargains we have laid outifor S.aturday This is onr of advertising, giving every Saturday CnstomeKthe' opportunity of carrying home a Genuine Bargain in: nither or Groceries or both. Grocery 11b. Tea, liilie toe 11b. Bakigg Popler 2k' 2 Tins Jresh iryit Sfc r For Reg. Selling Trice J1J .SaturdBy 4 doL Lustre and flannel Blouses This offer gives you choice of any We Tea in -the Store, also choice of fruits. Assorted sizes and colors. The_ regular from 32: to each. We put them all in one lot'Sat- unlay at each........ inn 1.50 15 doz. Men's Shirts, Each 75c In all desirable shades.Xspots, stripes and checks, soft or sliff bosoms, cuffs detachedt full arid fast colors, Tooke's Saturday, each... THE: CASH STORE: ft, Macdonald Co, F COW CO. Uthbridge Best Fire Insurance Companies ALBERT E. WES Room 2, Oliver Slock PHONE: HI! IH 1 HI Hii ii-iilH- TETLEY'S TEAS Our special, 3 Ib. Tin for Blue Ribbon Coffee 1 lb. Tins at 35c, specially good brand BAKER'S COCOA In 20c and 35c tins, the very best Lethbridge Whitney Block PhUB 15 11 i 11 nn n 111 it 11111 Mill ti t i ii.'i n 111 n 1111 We Hope to Open our In Conybeare Block Opp. 'Dallas Hotel, V- i'. On Monday, 9 _ _ and invite your 'inspection of our stock A. B. RIPLEY, Mgr. Lethbridge ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. v Lethbridge and Cardston Latest Notable Atrivals New Spring Stock of Dress Muslins in great Variety 'of d; and colorings, including Menileens, Mousline, Crepe de Paris, French Organdies, etc, A few White Fancy .Dress Muslins.... to. 42c. White Yestings 169 to 35c. Colored Fancy.DITBS Muijlins.. ..12ic to 65c. Also lOtf new Spring Skirts, no two alike, to Interest increases at the store-day by day with the arrival of new around., I The J] BROWN CO., LTD. Corset Demonstration At the BENTLEY CO. SATURDAY, MARCH fth TO THURSDA Y, MARCH izth MISS WIN FIELD An EXPERT CORSETIERK, WILL CONDUCT A DEMONSTRATION OF THE CELEBRATED V P. 0. FRENCH CORSTTS This Corset style, great comfort to the wearer, and fits well. Every ]ady in the City and district invited to attend the demonstration whether an intending purchaser or not. Try a moilel suited to your figure. We can guarantee perfect .satisfaction. Demonstration takes place in Wear Department, second floor. ;