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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H. J. H SKEITH (VMtMj Mick) INSURANCE life Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Ito tf is fe HUH MM I I .IB Revest Range on the Market A short time ago the Mc- Clary Manufacturing Co. of London decided to make a special stove for the west and offered substantial prices for a suitable name to give the stove. A lady in Kegina won first prize by her sugges- tion in taking a syllable from the name of the two great provinces, and the stove was called the SASKALTA j; This stove iswithoutdoubt the finest and most con- venient range on the mar- ket today. It embodies features contained in no odier 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. Tt 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. Cough Insurance A Good Business Man Insures his stock against fire. The prudent head of a family has his 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 this mturaace in (he house. Family and Dispensing Chemists 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality II CITY AND DISTRICT Groceries Crockery We have everything any other store has and some- thing else besides. Try STEPHEN BON'S Marmalade And HARTLEY'S Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Its just like putting money in the bank to now MEN'S SHOES Shoes for all sorts ami all kinds of men, but more especially for those who appreciate a shoe which gives absolute ease and comfort to the foot, and at the same time have the maxi- mum of style. Our new styles are designed to be the homes of a great many feet. No breakiug-m required. F COW A CO. The McKeown-Hick j Hardware Coy to Brodie Stafford and Kick Wakely PHONE 62 Mrs. W. H. Conilx'ur will not rf1- ce i vc l OH) o r ro w. Mrs. of AU-dicino Hat, is vj- jsitinj; the -Misses McL.eay. (.leniiine bargains in jewelry at W. .J. Armstrong's store this week. 11. Weber went to Raymond this morning. Nelson Fraser I WEATHER BULLETIN Kegina. fair It l-'dmonton, fair SO Winnipeg, fuir 1 j Medicine. Hat. clear 41 Mr. ami F. D. Miller relumed.! fair 1.1 to Calory this morning. Canary, dear 41 your next pair of shoes from German. A fun' large electric is -12 Port Arthur, cloudy 2-1 Bulletin From Central Otlice Snow fulls or flurries have occurred in many districts of prairie provinc- placed on the Lethbridg? Hotel. es Alberta the weather has been H. TC. Hyde nf I'iucher Creek is iu.qUjtL. iajid hut a very cold wave has the city. been moving slowly over Saskatche- Station-ugent II. F. Yeney of Uuy- wan Manitoba and temperatures mond. was in the city over Sunday. have been very low, especially in "Ma- Otto Meier of Michel. B. last n'-ht- weather and contin- ued cold weather in Manitoba ami Saskatchewan anti mild in Alberta. among the city's visitors toduv. J. F. riumiltou went to .Huymond j this morning. Alollit of Cruobrook, K. C., Bibles I Main formerly of this city, arrived last r Prayerrilc ing at Medicine Hat for the past two 'hearts, and weeks returned last night. A Dominion Kxpress Co. money order oflice being opened by the company at .'I. Tlobertson's book store. i W. If. Beard, manager of the Fn- I ion Bank. Cardston, spent si couple J of days in the city. He went south this morning. K. V. Gibbous .sold six lots on Sat time at the home of a Slav at of the C.P.H. 3. the occasion being the chn.s- Metro to be installed in the (tumping station by the city to register the exact amount of wa- ter pumped to the city has arrived and will be put in place forthwith. .Last night there was an oh-bc-joy- iii I Xo. tening of the latest arrival. was plentiful and the spiritual sig- nificance of the rite was drowned in quantities of spirituous leverages. As the bottles were emptied they were used sis weapons hy the later containers of the liquid refreshment, bruised heads, woun case before Supt. Wit son this afternoon. irell- A. SOUTHARD J JAMESON ISSUES STATEMENT C. P. R. Suparintendent Deals With Story About Coleridge (Calgr.ry Albertan.) When seen by the Albertan yester- day, Divisional Superintendent Price the following state inent to make in regard to the Col- eridge item which appeared in the Albert an a few days ago. "In regard to Coleridge being made a divisional point. it is not only Mr. .Jamieson that advocated this chancre, but every officer in conncc- i j tion with the freight traffic agreed on Coleridge as a divisional point. i "Two and a half years ago the! second tnc C.P.R. article, particularly as there seems to have been a reflection at the end of it'upon It. 11. .Jamieson, a very much respected railway man, who is well and favorably known to this city and in the entire west." We ffofie to Open our NEWDRUGSTORE In Conybeare Block Opp. Dallas Hotel On Monday, Mar. 9 and invite your inspection of our stock A. RIPLEY, Mgr. Lethbridge ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. Lethbridge aiid Cardston JOSEPH MARTIN FOR ENGLAND Vancouver, B. C., Maron Martin, K. C.. wil leave in October for England, where he will take legal work before the privy council. He also intends to enter political journ- alism and probably eventually enter i political life in the old country. During the last few days 'known railroad contractor has beer, at Winnipeg sent me west to look in- in the city making this his heiidquar-j'to the movement of freight on thcr tors while figuring on the contract western division thoroughly. I strong for grading the Tiew main line, from ly recommended Coleridge as a divis- this city to Macleod. It is under- stood that the making of the road- ional point. statement tlint we are to ab- will amount to about a quarter of a urday to locst! parties for building million dollars as there are several purposes. That shows that real cs- heavy cuts to be made. tate is on tho move. __ HO per cent off the entire stock of cut glass, silver wore, watches. clocks, novelties, i-tr.. W. .1. Arm- strong's -this K. German for men's shoes. All interested in tootball bed is to start in a very short time amlon that point is a romance, as and that the outlay for this work tnc freight engineers and crews runn- ing between Lcthhridge and Coleridge do not run to the Hal nt all. and from actual traction we find that the r-stablishmont of this terminal is am- ply justified. Another fact that I wish to state is that we have no in- i ti-ntion of building an extension to NEVV DRUG STORE The Allvrtn Drug Book Co. op- ened up their store in the Conybean Block today. The manager. Angus M'-dicine lint engine as are Kindling SHORT BLOCKS Price A Wagon Load at the Yard Delivered 11. Vipley. who with "S. L. Kvorsfie.Id stated in the article." This further disproves the state- ment appearing in this paper a couV pie of rlaVs h'jjo.' which was copied from a paper published in the south- of Cnrdston forms the company, has quested to attend a meeting in finely .arranged store, and while Balmoral hotel on Wednesday oven- the whoto of his stock has not yet ing at 8 o'clock. i arrived, the shelves and silent sales- Charles M. gniat story, men arc well stocked with a first "In His illustrated by over jdass m'