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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H, J H. SKEITH (WKj Ito) PIPE INSURANCE THe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLAGE TO STAY Ikei i litttrilfe is tte Kill W I The Newest t A short time the Mc- Clary Manufacturing Co. of London decided to make a special stove for ihe west and offered substantial prizes for a suitable name to give the stove. A lady in Regina won first prize by her sugges- tion in taking a syllable from the name! of the two great provinces, and the stove called the SASKALTA This stove is without doubt the finest and most con- venient range on the mar- ket today. It embodies features contained in no other range in the world. it has a double duplex grate. It has a broiling top the top lifts a few inches from the front to permit broiling and toasting. It has A double draft, ensuring equal burning surface on the grate. It has a thermometer on the oven. These are a few of the good points of this grand stove. You are cordially invited to visit our store. The McKeown-Hick Hardware A Good Business MIA Insures his stock against fire. The prudent head of a family has liis life insured. The traveller carries accident in- surance. Our Syrup of White Pine with Eucalyptol and Honey is an insurance against colds, coughs, croup, bronchitis, etc. It is the cheapest insurance anybody can carry. Keep 25c worth of thit insurance in the house. J.D. HipbotaSCfi.lU. Family and Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality CITY AND DISTRICT Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE: H. U. Jacobs of .Maple Creek, is in 1 the city. .Mr. and .Mrs. A. il. lleppler of were in the city yesterday. I-Yank Bullock has returnod from North Dakota. C. .1. Coie of Claresholm is in the city. J. Koborts of Miidcod is (tutting in the day in the city. 11. W'. Pilling returned to Ciirdston this morning. Groceries Crockery We have everything auy other Store bai and gome- thin else besides. Try STEPHEN BON'S Marmalade And HARTLEY'S Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Nelson Tfru'il getjfHot of chonde back if you BOOK BARGAINS Cioth Bound Books 3 FOR See window display for SATURDAY ONLY WEATHER BULLETIN i Edmonton, fair MS -7 Lethbridge, cloudy 44 G Battleford. fair 24 -10 Swift Current, cloudy Hi -2 Minnedosa, snow 26 0 Port Arthur, fair 14 Calgary, fair. 38 -1 Medicine Hut. fair 42 '5 .Prince Albett, cloudy 24 -.12 IX Kean went south to Great Falls 1'ogimi, fair IS -1 this morning. j Winnipeg, cloudy 20 BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Union Bank Phone 251 Choice Imported Cigars A full line of B.B.B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters BUILD A ..HOME.. Lots less than a bb ?k from North Ward School Each cash. per month R, V. Gibbons Ott Block Fine 111 Over SSOO worth of knives, forks, anil spoons are In-ing sold at Wrights sale. C. T. Mursden jr., and J. If. Pill- ing of C'ardston were in the city yes- terday, Mrs. Rogers and Miss Dora returned last night from a short vi- sit to Victoria. M. C. Miss Ida Green returned last night from a five months' visit to Kali.spel, Mont. Judge Winter returned Lo Calgary this morning tn spend the week end rtt home. He returns Monday. J. E. Ardell leaves tonight for the Okanogan Valley to dispose of r fruit farm he has there. ETe will be away about ten days. Mrs. Frank Colpman, and two chil- dren and Miss L. Colprnan returnee' last night after a six months' visit to the Cou.st. Kev. J. M. Harrison of Wesley Church left this morning for Macleod where he will preach special anniver- sary sermons tomorrow. Sergt, Kgan of the R.N.W.M.P. force went to Red Deer this morning to give evidence on a cattle-stealing case on Monday. The Church of Christ will meet to break bread on Sunday morning at 11 a. m. in the Union Hall. All welcome. Picknrfs Maud Painted China go- ing at 2f> percent. off at Wright's stock taking sale. In the absence of the pastor, the services at Wesley Church will bo taken tomorrow by S. S. Peat in ihe morning and O. D. Austin in the evening. Xow is your time to buy that new watch. Get it new and save twenty- five percent. HI. Wright's sale. Watch- es from 75c. to ?fl8.00. The McKeowfi-Ifick Hardware Co. have received the first shipment of j the new Kaskaltu range to reach the They were purchased direct from the factory and judging from the furore the range is causing in Vhi; stove world it should prove one of the must popular stoves an the market. A most delightful Stag Party, at which Mr. C. F. I'. Conyheare was the host, was the socia't event last Monday i-vening. Bridge was played and the prize; winner was Mr. Starnes Owing to thp crowded state of our columns a full account of this en- joyable affair as well as some other .social items ;m- held over until Mon- day. "An Old Time .Prayer Meeting" will be liev. Wm. Keid'.s subject the Baptist Tabernacle on Sunday on Hiid "A Great Change" will Bulli'tin From Central Olfice The weather in Alberta yesterday was (mite mild and In Saskatchewan and Manitoba moderately 'cold but during the night temperature hat dropped considerably and strong winds prevail in Manitoba. Snow flurries have occurred in all districts. and decidedly colder today and Sunday. Spring is come again. Yesterdnj a Slav wa.s seen on the street with a brand new straw hat. Buy your diamond rings at stock sale. Kings from ?18 to each. A chance of a lifetime. Medicine Hat Pingle's- afternoon at bridge on Friday for her sister. Miss Una McLeay, of Leth bridge, proved a most enjoyable af- fair. Mrs. Noble and Bcveridgc won the prizx-s and a prize was also awarded to Miss Small for purttual- ity. Miss. Ena .MeLeay. and Miss Victoria Niblcxrk (of 'Calgary) and Miss Long assisted Mrs. Pingle in re- MEN'S SHOES Shoes for all soils awl all kinds of men, but more especially for those who appreciate a shoe which givos-absolute'ease and comfort to the foot, and at'the same time.have the maxi- mum of style. Our new styles are designed to U4 the homes of a great many feet. No'breaking-in required F CO. Lethbridge High-Grade Clothing Bought at 50c on the Dollar Will be sold in Fifteen Days at less than the cost to manufacture HERE'S'JUST A HINT AT SOME OF THE BARGAINS One lot of Moil's mostly light grey, in Spring and Summer patterns worth in the regular way and SALE Seventy-five (75) Men's Scotch tweeds, English Worsteds, etc., all new and strictly up-to-the-minute pattern, stylishly cut and well made. These suits are worth in the regular way from to SALE PRICE One: big lot of fancy Twtvd Suits in new stripe effects. Venetian lined. Regular value SALE PR ICE............................................. Another big lot of tine Vicmna Suits in very neat pat- tern, well made and trimmed, and eul in latest New York This line sells regularly at SALE PR A big lot of .fine Fancy Worsteds in medium greys and dark col- ors. These suits are very nobby. Just ihe thing for genteel business or office wear. Worth SALE PRICE Another big lot of very fine English Worsteds. These goods are all the very latest patterns being mostly very neat and fancy stripes. Colors are mostly dark and medium greys. These suits are good value at SALE FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE LARGE BILLS A. SOUTHARD secures a Accident Policy in ikis fine eld Comply, wkk a weekly indemnity if injured wfcile travelling. Far fortker particulars see ALBERT E. IVES Room 2, Oliier Block PHONE T4-T. We Hope to Open our NEWDRUGSTORE In Conybedre Block Opp. Dallas Hotel On Monday, Mar. 9 and invite yotir inspection of our stock A. B. RIPLEY, Mgr. Lethbridge ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. Lethbridge and Cardston Lethbridge Auction Mart We have a useful lot of second-hand Furniture just in aiid it will pay you well to inspect our goods before purchasing else- where. We can save you many, dollars. Waddington Gbbon 261 his evening .subject. All ors anri visitors will find a welcome at nil scats arc froe ;uul unappropriated. There will a duct ami n chorus at the "MIKADO" "The Edmonton Opera House crowded to the doors again night to witness the famous cortr.; opera "The Mikado." by the Beggar Prince Ooera Company. Every avn.il able seat was sold long the time for -the curtain to go op and late comers were forced to be con- tent with the seats in the balcony. The Mikado, a comic opera in two acts, is an old time favorite. Jt had a most successful run, having been carried for over two years at the Savoy theatre in London, and a corresponding length of time in the Grand Theatre, New York. The scene, laid in Japan, has been vivid- ly brought oot by the playwrit and the blending of quaint costumes cou- pled xvitli the ease and grace of the brown people has made the play one of tho most picturesque ever staged. George Murray in the role of the Mikado of Japan, carried out his part in a'very satisfactory manner. Yum Yum, the "leading character, rep cesented by Miss 'Ethel Raich, the Prima Donna, was irresistable and thoroughly proved to her many ad- mirers that she is an artiste of the first class. Every action, every word was prettily worked out to a perfect oarmony with the difficult parts she was portraying. An actress of tnlent a singer possessing a clean, bell-like voice, which she uses to the best ad- vantage, is the high compliment which can be paid to Miss Balch. The music, so tuneful that it never lost its freshness, was well rendered. The stnge settings were elaborate, 'the costumes new and pretty and the whole productioo, yes- by odds, the best Edmonton has ever been pri- vileged to Jour mil. Jewelry Bargains See for yourself what our Stock-Taking Sale Means. 25 PER GENT DISCOUNT On Watches, Cut-Glass, Hand Painted China, and Fancy Goods. Some odd lines sold at less than half price. Sale Closes March I7th R. A. Jeweler and Graduate Optician Phones 55 and 56 -----ALL GOODS SOLD DURING SALE ENGRAVED FREE----- SPRING SUITS You will find the Qualities you want in the Clothing which the better dressers choose. It has the Style, Fit and Workmanship, and in Fabrics is always ASK IF IT'S A SOVEREIGN W. E. SANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. Limited ONT. WINNIPEG, MAN'. Corset Demonstration At the BENTLEY CO. SATURDAY, MARCH fth TO THURSDA Y, MARCH izth An EXPERT CORSETIERE, WILL CONDUCT A DEMONSTRATION OF THE CELEBRATED FRENCH CORSETS This Corset has elegant stylo. affords great comfort to the wearer, and tits well. Every lady in the City and district is invited to attend the demonstration whether an intending purchaser or not. Try a inrlel suited to your figure. We can guarantee perfect satisfaction. Demonstration takes place in Ladii s' Wear Department, second floor. 4" CITY 1 DIRECTORY FOR SALE t 25c eacK J. J. Johnston Prescription Wanted A TWO SECTION FARM Withk 5-6 of Lethbridgg Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridfce Propertiw LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MOKTKEAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided 00 BOARD OF DIRECTORS General Teaming Sir fi. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson. Esq. C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq.. C. F. Smith. Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq., Alex. Bnrnet, Esq.. F, Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden..........................General Manager The Bank has 110 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. New York Agency, and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts', Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rotes f I t 1 LETHBBIDGE BRAXCH- E. W. McMULLEN, When yon require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up. cellars or any otlier teaming lone. SEE US. or phone 20.1, or !rop a post card in the office, your order will rcceiveour prompt atten- tion. must be paid for delivery. Residence and stablo east of the barracks. M. TAVLOU, Lethbridge First-class Cafe TIIBEI HOTEL DININ6 ROM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE We not seeking new trade "Our is not a CHEAP flour. It is made from the best, wheat and is of superior quality. Buyers and con- sumers appreciate this Though we charge a good price for "Our insur- ing a fair profit, we have a demand for it ;'n excess of our capacity. This is why have none to offer." Our Best Hour We do not qvote other mills cus- tomers or meet their prices. We accept such trade only when it comes .to us unsolicited at full prices. -h [IlisoB Milling ft ElentBF Ca. LH, Kaywti i ;