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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HJ H SKEITH {Wiq WKty FlRE I NSURANOC lEe THE, fLACE TO STAY It IMMjt it HUH HIE I: The Newest Range on the Market A short time ago tuts M'e- Clary Mauufucturiug Co. of London decided to make a special stove for the west and offered substantial prizes for a suitable name to give the store. A lady in llegina "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 I This stove is without doubt the finest ami most con- venient on the mar- ket today. It embodies features contained in no other range in the world. It has a double duplex grate. It has 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. Yon are cordially invited to visit our store. Cough Insurance A Good Business Man Insures his stock against lire. The prudent head, of a family has his life insured. The traveller carries accident in- surance. Our Syrup of White Pine with Eucilyptol and Honey is an insurance against colds, coughs, croup, bronchitis, etc. It is the cheapest insurance anybody can carry. Keep 25c worth of this in the house. J, D. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone <9 Resident Night Cleric The Store of Quality Groceries Crockery have every thin other store has and thing else besides. KiS just like putting money in the bank to how any CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. 11. I'onihour will not re- reive tomorrow. Mrs. 1'injjle oi Medicine Mat, is vi- siting the Misses McLouy. Genuine bargains'in jewelry at .J. Armstrong's store this week. Try 4 STEPHEN BON'S Marmalade And HARTLEY'S Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Nelson Fraser MEN'S SHOES Shoes for all sorts and all kinds of men', but more especially for those who appreciate a shoe which gives absolute caae and comfort to the foot, and at the satno time have the oiaxi- "imim of style. Qijr'new styles ore designed to.be the homes of a many feet. No breaking-in required F COW CO. Lethbridge I NORTH WARD LOTS t F o I and up Good locations t The McKeown-Hick t Hardware Coy. 2 Successors to Brodie Stafford 4 and Hick Wakely PHONE G2 w WEATHER BULLETIN fair..................... 1 t i'Mmonton, fair W. II. Weber went to Raymond this j Winnipeg, fair morning. j -Medicine Hat. clear....... Mr. and .Mrs. K. D. Miller returned j to Calgary this morning. liuv your next pair .shoes from German. A fine largo electric sign is being placed on the Lethbridge Hotel. H. K. Hyde of Pincher Crook is in 30 IS -J -IS 4-1 24 fnir -If, Calgary, clear.................. U Ifi Port Arthur, cloudy 24 -12 Bulletin From Central Office Slum falls, or flurries have occurred in many districts of prairie es. In Alberta the weather .has been quite mild but a very cold wave has been moving slowly over Saskatche- Statinn-agent II. F. Yeney of Kay-j wan and Manitoba and temperature Prayer Books Hymn Books ROBERWS eeOK STORE 1st Boor West of Usioa lank Phons 251 tnond, was in thy city over Sunday. Otto Meier of Michel, B. C'., is among the city's visitors today. J. F. Hamilton went to Raymond this morning. Male Moilit of Cranbrook. B. C., formerly of this city, arrived hist night 10 spent! a few days here. Sadowski arrived home last night after spending weeks at Winnipeg. F. German for workman's'shoes. I'incher Creek wants to get into the have been very in Ma- nitoba last night. weather and contin- ued cold weather in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and mild in Albertn. I Choice Importeii Cigars A full line of B.B.B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos A high court of the Order of Foresters for Alberta will be organized at Calgary in April. W. C. Howies, now of Nelson, the past two; cmls w L-jpnigan as general i freight agent of the Central m of C.-P.K. at Winnipeg. Kev. A. M. Gordon, left this morn- proposed Macleod. Lelhbridge, Clares j ing for Calgary to attend the regu: T j holm. Nanton. Taber league. lar half-yearly meeting of the Synod I The Cardston Star says that Robt. j Home Mission Committee. He ex- 2 Ibey may take up his residence inspects to return on Wednesday night, i Taber. A lad named .Joh'n Davies was com Mrs. Cotter of .Montreal arrived in j mitted for trial by Magistrate Hum- i the city last night and is the guest Paries on Saturday night on the of Mrs" J. W. McXicoll. j charge or" sending obscene letters' ,r through tin- mail. F. Taylor or the International Har! vcstcr Co. went to Calgary this mor-} The Venture Metre to bo installed nin'.r pumping stniinn. by rhp .city r T i to register the exact amount of wa- J. R. Mulligan. 01 the Mason Land _ i ter pumped to the citv has arrived Co. took a party 01 landseekers to i Stirling this morning. Berg Ellingson. manager of the Ma- grath Trading Co.'s store, is in his city. SupcrinUnt Brownlec and tcr Chulleigh of Cranbrook, R. were in the city yesterday. High-Grade Clothing Bought at 50c on the Dollar Will be sold in Fifteen at less than the cost to manufacture HERE'S JUST A HINT AT SOME OF THE BARGAINS One lot oE Men's Suite, mostly light grey, in Spring and Summer patterns worth in the regular" way and SALE Seventy-five Men's Suits, comprising all wool, Scotch tweeds, English 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 Tweed Suits in new stripe effects. Venetian lined. Regular valu.: SALE Another big lot of line English Vicuma Suits in very neat pat- tern, made and trimmed, and cut in latest New York style. J This line sells regularly at SALE PRICE A big lot of line Fancy Worsteds in medium, greys and dark col- ors." .Those suits are very nobby. Just .the thing for genteel business or cilice wear. -Worth SALE 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 ALBERT E. IVES low 2, Miter Black PHONE 14-T We Hope to Open our NEWDRUGSfQRE In Conybeare Block Opp.Dallas Hotel On Monday y Mar. 9 and invite your inspection of our stdck A. B. RIPLEY, Mgr. Lethbridge ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. and Cardston JAMESON ISSUES STATEMENT C. P. R. Superintendent Deals With Siory About Coleridge ter pumped to i and will be put in place forthwith. Last night there was an oh-be-joy- ful time at. the home of a. Slav a; j No. H. the occasion being the chris- i tening of the latest arrival. was plentiful and the spiritual .sig- j t-'-' nifjcancc of the rite was drowned In quantities of spirituous beverages. (Calgary Albcrtan.) When seen by the Alberta n yester- day.- Divisional Superintendent Price of the C.P.R. had the following state ment to make- in regard to the Col- leridge item which appeared in the article, particularly as there.seems to have been a reflection at the end of it upon II. 11. .lamieson.' a very much respected' railway man. who is well and favorably known to this city and in. the entire west.. R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters F. O. Hyde returned last, night As the bottles were emptied they from a three-day trip to Pincher were used, us weapons by the later Creek. 'containers of the'liquid refreshment.- Miss McUeth. who has been visit- jTlle rt'sult- heads, ing at Medicine hlat for the past two "carts, and a case before Supt. Wil weeks returned last night. i son this afternoon. A Ootninio'i Express Co. money order oflice is being opened by the Albertan a few days ago. company at store. W. il. ion .1. (J. During the last few days a well- known railroad contractor has been i in thv; citv making this his headquar- Robertson's book t- i ters while figuring on the contract. for grading the new main lino from manager of the Un- j lhis city U 5s lindcr. Bank'. Cardston. spent a couple! W. A. Anstie of Kelson, B. C., sec- retary of the Mountain Lumbcnnen's Association. Jind H. Home nnd A. Twitch, of Cranbrook, B. C.. mem- bers of the executive of the same bo- dy arc in the city today. He went south 01- bed is to stnrt in a very short time andou that point is a romance.' as the freight engineers and crews runn- of days in the city. this morning. lhiu thc ollUjiy for thjs II. Gibbons sold six lots on Sat .will amOunt to about a quarter of n inp between Lethbridge and Coleridge urday to local parties for building million dollars as there do not run to the Hat at all, and heavy ruts to be made. i from actual traction wo find that the t establishment of this terminal is am- JOSEPH MARTIN FOR ENGLAND Vancouver. .B. C., Maivn Martin. K. C., wil leave in October! for England, where, he will take legal work before thc privy council. He jalso intends .to enter political journ- "In regard to Coleridge being made t n t t alism and probably eventually enter n divisional point. it is not only i political life tn the old country. Mr. Jnmieson that advocated this j '_____________ change, but every oflicer in connec- tion with the freight tratlic agreed on Coleridge as u divisional, point. "Two and a half years ago the second vicc-presTdent of the C.P.R. at Winnipeg sent me west to took in- thc movement of freight, on the western division thoroughly. I strong ly recommended Coleridge as a divis- ional point. "Thc statement that we are to lib- purposes. That shows thnt real es- tate is on the move. -30 per cent oil the entire stock of NEW DRUG STORE A. S. Bowman, ot lellevuc- Farm, 11 cut glass, silver ware, watches, i Tht. Altvrta Drug Book Co. op- Chin Coulep, and H. W. Bowman, of j clocks, etc.. at W. J. Arm- Lexington, city from night. Kentucky.-arrived in this week. tlie south on Saturday SHORT BLOCKS Price Delivered ItoirYari North of the Track F. German for men's shoos. All interested in football arc re- quested fo attend n meeting in thc Balmoral hotel on Wednesday even- ing at S o'clock. Charles M. Sheldon's great story, justified.' Another fact that I wish to state is that we have no in- tention of building an extension to the Medicine Hat engine house, as stated in the article." This further disproves thc state- "ln His illustrated by over j M r t t-j i i i I fumes fancy goods. 100 powerful slides at Wesley church The newtirni intends to make a tonight. Two. songs entitled, 'Tell j spcdilHy drllg Mother PI! tie and "Where j giving particular attention to dis- 1s My Wandering Boy will j pensing. Mr. Uipley who is one of also be beautifully illustrated, con-! Lcthbridge's native sons, a grtul- cluding with a number of excellent of lhc of Phar- enod tip the.ir store in the Conyhcar Block today. The manager. Angus B. Ripley. who with S. T.. fcvcrsficlil of Cixnlston forsus the company, has a tinely arranged store, nnfi while mont in this paper a cou'r the whole of his stock has not yet j pit; of days ago. which "wns copied arrived, the sbelvr-s nnd silent sales-! from a paper published in the south- well stocked with a first orn part of. this province. The Al- dass slock of