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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H J H SKEITH (Vlitiq lied) INSURANCE lEe Lethbridge Daily THE PLACE TO STAY Kto ii Lttttrtife tot IMitt Mitt DK Newest Range I on the Market A short time ago the Me. Clary Manufacturing Co. of London decided to make a special stove for the west and offered substantial prizes for a suitable name to give the stove. A lady in Regiua won iirst prize by her in taking a syllable from the name of the two great provinces, and the stove was called the SASKALTA This stove is without doubt the finest and most con- venient range on thi? mar- ket today, It embodies features contained in no other 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'ton sting. 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. A Good Business Man Insures his stock against fire. The prudent head of a family lias his life insured. The traveller carries aeciduit in- surance. Our Syrup of White Pine with Eucalyptoi and Honey is an insurance against colds, coughs, croup, bronchitis, etc.. .It is the cheapest insurance anybody can carry. Keep 25c worth of this insurance in (he house. J, D. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality Groceries Crockery We have every tiling any other store has and some- thing else besides. Try STEPHEN BON'S :T Marmalade And HARTLEY'S Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Nelson Fraser WEATHER BULLETIN Kumonlon. I'loutiv .V2 Leihhnclge, cloudy The McKeown-Hick t Hardware Coy. A Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely i PHONE G2 UL-V. .J. .M. Harrison ivtunvd from Macieod on yesterday's local. C. F. 1'. Cony bean-. K..C., was in TabiT yesterday on business. Don't forget the dance at the Mijou Wednesday, March 11. j Mrs. A. Nedhum returned on Saturday from Vancouver. 'Winnipeg, cloudy 14 I A wan-house is being built at the f :V2 [rear of .J. J. Johnston's drug store, i Medicine Hat, II. CutU-n nf Calgary is in town: Swift Current, cloudy 40 t today. cloudy IS j K. King of (Irauuni was an at-- Fort Arthur, snou- 20 rival on yesterday's local. HuUetin From Central OHice Mr. and .Mrs. .J. F. Hamilton I" Allwrta weather has been NurdeUe are in the city for the day. very mild. of" over .Maxinunn degrees were recorded. Tomivratwvs have risen somewhat in Saskatchewan and Manitoba and H is hocouiing mild in -these provinces also. and mild todav Bibles Prayer Books Hymn Books ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Union Bank J Phone 251 J S. lloach of Cardston was in the city over niglH. J. Armstrong, the Nanton hors-r man is in the city. A. -J. the well known ranch; er, returned from the Fast last night! OJJ Wednesday. Arthur Fletcher, of Magruth, went _ through this mowing with a car of Tullcr has changed his resi j efiucts to Grassy .donee, to Coutts Street, font E. Waugh Jeft for t'ulgary this doors "north of the stand pipe. morning to take a position in that; A grand ball will he- given in 01 j city. .jiver's Hall on .St. Patrick's night j License Inspector Hotchkiss came; March' 17. Symphony Orchestra j in from Taber last night and went of nine pieces will furnisl to Xanton this morning. the music. C. .T. Cote, of Claresholm. proprio-1 General Manager Bury, has also is- tor of the Wilton Hotel, was in the' sued a Hat denial to the wtory about Men's Clothing 'The Spring Clothes are Here Fit-Rites Better Than Ever We can clothe you well for less mosey tbd you (kink. Come in 2JHl see the large assortoeBt of Spring styles.- No old stock kere to run off. Everything new and ujKU-te in style, fit v4 iaisli. FiT-RITF, SUITS at Other Makes, American Shoes for CRAWFORD- the shoe on the market THE GASH STORE: A, Macdonald Co, MEN'S SHOES Shoes for all sorts 'and all kinds of men, but more especially for those who appreciate a shoe which "m-s absolute ease and comfort to the foot, and at the same time have the-maxi- mum Our new styles are designed to be, the- homes' of a great many feet. No breaking-in required F COW CO. 'I NORTHWARD LOTS and up Good locations PHON Failure at London, Ont. London, 'March firm oi city yesterday. the C.P.R. changing its plans in re- J. HaLstead, of Calgary. C. P. II. Sanl to Coleridge, tie says the ar- -a'sffisstant general freight agent is absolutely without founda- the citv todav i iuul a hihricntion-' from beginn- Miss .Joslyii of the Central School i ing l'mL stuff has resigned her position owing; to continuetl ill-iiealth. A Y. P. A. MEETING The regular meeting of the Angli- can Young- People's Association was j Kerrigan and company, whole-1 held in St. j have a55igm.d. No state-'! Church on Monday evening and an ment of nubilities; has been jriven unusually interesting programme had been prepared for the Lenten season, it was furnish, each mom ber of the Association with an envel- ope in which to''place a certain am- ount of money, as an Kastcr ofTer- MILLINERY OPENING THURSDAY MARCH 12 L. J. McLeay At a poultry tj'iw'Linii' Hon. T. minister of agri- There will not he a meeting of Choral Club at the .Methodist Church tonight. Miss corset demonstrator, 'culture, announced that the provin- cial government had decided to estab- lish at once a provincial poultry breeding station with the object of out. Choice Imported Cigars A full line of B.B.B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters The Lethbridge Auction Mart Numbers oi people an> tak- ing advantage of our offer to .take second hand furni- ture in part payment on nevr poods. Why don't you? You may send your old furniture ht-re and new elsc- whtre. that cuts no figure, with us. Our aim is to ohlipe the public. Waddington Gibbon TELEPHONE S61 1 supplving the farmers with good is giving a demonstration of D. i stm.j. ami eggs at reason- French Corsets at the llentley% Co. I j. W. II. "Depew who has been running T 1 License Inspector Hotchkiss has A. L. Foster's elevator at 'been m Tabor tor couple oi came in with his familv last nicht: days and while, then: has cleaned out I to take up their residence here. L. t j t-ho denixcns 01 the labor river-hot- j F. St. C., C. P. H. bridge tom. Helen Tin ward and Marion engineer, went to Macleod this morn-i Lyie proprietresses of the two es- ing see about the construction of i tablishmcnts shook the dust of Taber j the bridge ovcr the Old Man River, j from thcir feei for parts Four uf the real old fashioned i They were fined fifty'dollars ami i grandfather vlocks have been received costs and hud th'-ir supply of boox.e by Waddington Gibbon at the nuc- j confiscated, lion mart. A largc> C. Ii. C'ar- 0 N- The large boiler being installed by i negie in Wesley church last night ,i Wm. Oliver, at his planing mill was; hear the illustrated lecture on Shel- sujipUed by the Lethljridgu Iron 1 don's great story, "In His j Works Co., being a home production. The lecture proved all that had been f- U. V. Gibbons, reports the sale of in 'iL-s proving both inter- j four lots through an ad. in the Daily estjng mid instructive. The moving o Mr. Patteson read a paper on Mis- sions and 31iss and Robin Sherlock discussed the life of St. Paul. All the''papers had been care- fully prepared and were of great in- terest iind benefit 'to the audience. A chorus of sang "The Old Folks at riome" and "Annie Lau both of which were well receiv- ed. On Monday evening. March tfith, each member of the Association will read a paragraph on the topic "Wny am I a and Miss will road a paper on the life of Mar-j tha. Solos will be sung by Miss Hinysand Mr. Chivers. cull HMD SEE us IN OUK NEW i OUR LETTER BOX. LETKBR1DGE STREETS Lethbridge. March 10, 1903 To the- 'Fxlitor Lethbridge Herald: Dear leads, others follow, in regard to good streets. Last year Mr. U. Dobbin laid out some good ideas in regards to !making good streets city and L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank. Lethbridpp. 23-Ivr Winnipeg Wheat Markets I Phone 272J Closing Cash Prices No. 1 No. 1 Northern Herald. Advertising pays, especitilly scenes were all good, partic-1 Oats_ in a live, up-to-date, well read pa- that of "Rescued by Kov0r." per. Upon request Carnegie has decid- yn -i W. T. Ainscough of Cardston came i tOnighl aml wi" prc in last night to catch the train for sonl "Te" 3CiShlit -in a "ar-Room." fee 111 110 JOT 102 94 1-2 S2I-2 72 52 DELIVERY' Anywhere, any time IB. mwm as Mr. Dobbin has just reuinied af- ter an absence of some months from our city 1 think it might be an agree able surprise to him to know that the city has taken the bull by the horns and started Lethbridge on the way to putting up the best possible paved If Mr. Dobbin and others will takc l a walk up DufTerin Street, just east I of the Chinook Club they will see a magnificent piece of 'paved street, something that is certainly a credit to our city. What about streets? Why is it that our city fathers should sec- this street in particular so .nicely paved -when our main streets need so much-in that regard? Fs it because they desire to sce'a nice drive way up to the Chinook Clu? or have they any idea of improving the street leading to our. future court house so a-S to give the pros- pective workers for the government a touch of high life. 31 ay ask if this is the way they do it at home in old England. Thank ing you Mr. Editor, for your space, I remain, An Nice Streets. A. O. and L. A. Shomaker of ipring Coulee caMH- in to the thal thc Spokane. Wash., having been sum- Xo charged but moned there on account of the death.! ll wil1 taken at the door of his daughter. -j The Herakl has definite informa- tion, which however, is not authori- is: last night, thr- latter going to tha i contemplating a greatly improved lo- J Gait Hospital to have an operation; performefl on his log which has been troubling him for some time. i I The Edmonton Ilullctin Says: Miss- j Duncan, who hns been visiting her -sister. Mrs. T. F. S. -Jackson, for ome time, leaves on SatunUiv for i cal passenger service along the Crows Xti-sT line. is 10 Ito a day it. train between Cranbrook and Medi- !cino lint, reaching the latter place about eight o'clock in the evening in time lo connect with the easthound (transcontinental awl leavintr that Rejected C. P. 331-4 Rejected C. X. R. 37 3-4 j At .......................'......1051-4J i, ------------------------------------_--------------_ j FARM TO RENT i i 7C> acres of choice landl 2 from j I.t-thhridjre. Main canal mns tlirotigh j Apply Hr-rald Office. 7G-6 i I Our first Spring Opening or CANADA Ertsbfehed IMS Quebec 138 touches in Cautfa Banking by Mail If no one of our 138 Branches is within easy reach of you, do your Banking by mail. Deposits may be made, cash withdrawn, or any other business transacted in this .way with perfect safety. Write for particulars. is sufficient to op'eu a Savings Account, on which interest will be paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. OF she will visit BUILD A HOME... Lots about a block from North Ward School Each S10 cash. So month R. V. Gibbons Ou, Block where j friends for some time. Uev. W. A. Lewis, 11. A., pastor of rch at place shortly after the arrival of the. WANTED TO Furnished or unfurnish ed >-niall or large. Address C. T. W. I reaching Lethbridge noon. SITUATION WANTED "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" and j Respectable Knglish woman wants good program of moving'pictures at day work was.hinp or: or oi- jlh, conference year to Ixwomc super-j WcsleV Chlirch toniSht' Collection i "ce cleaning iruondent of the School at; at the door Morlev. i 1 resigning his i-hargc at the close Address Daily Horald 766 J CITY 1 DIRECTORY FOR SALE n t 25c eacK i! f J J. J. Johnston Presrription Drufpat CHEAP 8 Lots on the water main noar the Each Terms Given W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Albert a Lands and Lethbridge Properties 1 ami Bkcfc LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. FOR SALE LARGE ROOMED HOUSE and two lots. House uswi hoarding house. Renw for per month'. SaK, price Cash balance f-asv. Apply P.ox "35, NOVELTIES TENDERS WANTED SKAT.KD TENDERS addressed to undersicnt-.l will bu received un- til 5 'o'clock, Saturday, j Mfireh Hth, for the erection of a frame residor.e.i', for .H. A. Sug- pitt, at CoalJnlc. Plans and speci- may he seen ot my ofTice, Room 0, Whitney Block. The: lowest or any lender not necesarily accepted. 76-5 F. B. ROT.FSOX. COMMENCES Mar. 12 Everybody cordially invited Onr stock of Millinery Goods comprises crery- thing that will be in de- mand during spring season The Aiberte Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS THE MARKET lots North of the Raitronl anS West of WestniRster U. FROM EACH j: C A. COOKSLEY i: OU Bank of Mwtresl fllf liTMMtf T Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per Ann Jlkrti Efffci} Hd Ci. (iNtf Mto. i ;