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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ti.J.H, SKEITH (Kkltiej INSURANCE THE FLACE TO STAY tttt Lrtttp ii HUM NIB The Newest on tlie Jacket A.ehort time ago the Mc- Uiaiy ALuuulucLimug Co. ol .London uueJUeti to uiuke a siove tor llit? aaiU ottered subdumnai prizes for a jsuiiabie ua'uio to give the stove. A ImJy 'in liegiiia first pme "by her surges- Z tiou'm' taking" a-syllable from the iiaiue of the two J great provinces, and the stove .was called the This stove is without doubt the finest and most con- venieut range on the nmr- J 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 tlte oven. These are n. few of the good points of this stove. You are cordially invited to visit our store. The McKeown-HicK Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford aoi! Hick Wakely PHONE: 62 I' t Formaldehyde is the most satisfactory agent yet'discovercd for the -treat- ment and prevention of smutty grain. One pound of our guaranteed forty per cent fifty bushels of grain. We also stock Blue Stone for the same purpose. J.D. Family and Dispeusiisg Chemists Telephone Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality if the dollar. dress well! Due to arrive SATURDAY FRESH LETTUCE FRESH RHUBARB FRESH TOMATOES FRESH SWEET POTATOES Nelson Eraser 4 Jas. Olquist, the Bow Island real estate magnate, is in the. city today. 1 Uuy that half' section It. Uob- fljin is advertising today. W. A. Anstie of Nelson, B.C., is in i the citv today. t Shoes repaired while you wait at 1 F. German's. t A. Holikirk of Cranbrook, 11. C., divisional waster, mechanic Tor I he C.P.H. was in the city last night. C. F. ilolx-rlv and wife of Sweet JWCLL THZL'DOLLA.'R COME TO 4 Offi 'GO TO ROBEM'S BOOK STORE 1st Boor Hot of Union Bank Phone 251 t 4 4 4 4 4 Grass, Mont., raiw. in on the south train Jasi night. Stanley 11. llaiTop of Magrath re- turne.-l ia.st from u trip to Kng- Inad. A. S. Bowman and H. S.-Bow man ofllcllcvue Farui, Chin Coulee, are in t ho'City. Mrs. Alex. Campbell of Cardstou, and her father. Mr. Alvinston, went through' to 'Hsyli Uiver this morning. Mr. Alvin 0. Rich of Magrath is I in town selling home grown trees, [shrubs and berry bushes. T.' Ainscough of Cnrdslon re- turned last night from Spokane where he was attending the funeral of his daughter, Mrs." Handle. Mjss Ella Cook, was taken serious- ly'1 ill with appendicitis on Wednes day while attending school. Major IT. Irwin, Clerk of tin (District Court. 5s going to Cardstoi tomorrow for his family, having se- house on Cutbill Street. THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy............ -1 Lothbridge, cloudy 50 21 Hattleford, cloudy ............-2- -8 Swift Current, cloudy 10 "10' linnedosa, snow 23 -1 Calgary, cloudy............... 4-1 2G Heine cloudy '10 'rince Albert, cloudy S ritiu, cloudy............... 20 Vsmiipeg, snow............ 3J5 Bulletin From Central Oflico In most of Alberta tluvweather has >ecn fair and miiterinild but in Nor- thern Alberta and northern Saskatch- ;wan and throughout Manitoba it been very cold, minimum, tcm- jeraturc'S of from four, below, zero to 13 below at '.prince Albert. Cold wave- JM moving rapidly eastward. local snow falls and continued cold oxcept in South- ern Alberta. A GOOD IF (OWX. BIG SALE WE WILL "DOLLARS JUST A. S WE. 'HA. VJC FO'R HUJWREItS OF OTHERS. HERE'S JUST A FEW OF THE I N (3 One lot; of; MEN'S SUITS, ino'Stly light grey, ia; Spring and Sum- 1 th'e regular, way and Spring Styles in Men's Shoes ip j Our nor Spring Goods are" arriving aud tlie showing is the finest we ever handled. aiicl nnish, our exclusive patterns lead. See them before ordering tliose Spring Shoes FGOWfeCO. Uthbrkige RAILROAD EMPLOYEES 1 have 6 lots in the now A. R. I. Addition, norlh of the ten mi mi teg1 walk frcm station, each. Terms ALBERT E. IVES hm 2, Oiler Nock RHONE 14-T SPRING WINNIPEG MARKETS Open Close March............ 1001-2 109 b May.............. llH-2b 1111-Sb July 1141-4 1131-Bb March V.................. 46 May..................... 50a 491-2 No. 3 AVIiite Choice Imported Cigars A full line of B.B.B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters March 42 May 46 l-4a 46a Had Icy Roberts has purchased from C. Matchett the 7 roomed house on _ 361-4 London Road, which is nearing com-1 3Sb 39 a pletion. Joseph Hood of Itedicine Hat was sent here yesterday to spend three months in care of the "R.N.W.il.P. for giving liquor to an interdicted; Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Hard..................... 110 NTo. 1 Northern 100 .Vo, 2 Northern................. 10G i NTo. 3 Northern................. 101 man. "Never too late to mend. See F. German. The dispensation for the now Ma- sonic Lodge, Lethbridge Lodge, has by the Grand Lodge the been granted and the lodge will be. instituted latter end of next week. Zenas X. Vaughn n 01 Boise, Idaho, and .7. 'E. and Win, Fogg of St. An- thony, who are interested with j Mr. Vcuighan in the Waterton Lum- ber Oil Co. are in the city today on -the company's. business. John Davis, the young lad From j Xo. 3. who was up before Judge Win 1 I tor for sending an obscene letter through the mail, was let out on No. 4 9434 j SI 71 Feed i: 511-2 Feed 2......................... 451-2 Xo. 2 46 No. 3 White 421 Rejectr-d........................ 38 10G Severity-five (75) MEN'S SUITS! comprising all wool Scotch English Worsteds, 'etc., all new and strictly up-to-the- minute pattern, stylishly cut und well made. These suits are worth the regular way from' to S A L E Prl I C E 6 .75 One big lot of FANCY TWEED SUITS in new stripe effects. -Ven- etian lined, Regular value SALE PRICE Another big lot of Hue ENGLISH VICUNA SUITS in very neat well made and trimmed and cut on latest New York style. This line ?ells regularly .at SALE-PRICE A big lot of fine-FANCY WORSTED'S in medium greys and dark colors.-, "These suits are very 'nobby. Just Uie thing jfor busi- ness' or office wear. SALE-PRICE Another big' lot of very fine ENGLSH WORSTEDS. These goods are all the very latest patterns being mostly very neat and fancy stripes. Colors are mostly dark and medium greys. These sxuta are good value at S A L E P R 1 C E 1 II .00 Hundreds of r other Bargains in Suits which we have not1 space to enumerate rliOVERCOATS One big :lot Vf Winter OVERCOATS wortli from to SALE PRICE Another Ing lot of "WhiterOVERC'OATS worth from to SALE PRICE One complete line of fine SPRING (Short) OVERCOATS, in neat stripe The Very Latest Thing. Worth SALE PRICE -REMEM-BE-K THIS GltE A T MOjVEy SA. VI JIG SALE TOSITIVELy CLOSES I ft ft Iff E SEE -BIG -BILLS TAttTICULAHS A fbact it MT tr a visit if m- spedut the store wffl cwriiceyM fa fad. Every smetkof wuid is Latest arrivals are Short Jaelfeti in Black and Fawn, cut 1o fit per- fectly. Children's Short Jackets in Red and Navy, sixes 2 in Ladies' Belts and Seck- wear. Price suggestion CHILDREN'S JACKETS..... to 16.00 LADIES7 25 to FANCY COLLARS..lOc'to FANCY -BELTS ....'.35c to Our new'LADIES'DRESS SKIRTS.are ad- mired by all, but only one can have the same style. to S13.QO Ihe J. BROWN Co, Ltd The yorthern Weekly Leader of Newcastle, of a recent issue contains a line cut giving a good view of Hound St. I-ethbridge, the photo having .sent by A. C. Messer. A. SOUTHARD r j I The Shoes Yon buy from F. GER- MAN give SATISFACTION because 1. He is a practical man 2. Hoknows whatashoe ought to be made of 3. He knovrs how a.shoe ought to be made. F. GERMAN The Shoemafe to suspended sentence yesterday i noon. 1 H. .1. It. Skeith and G. M. Hatch representing the local Board of Trade went to Calgary this morning to sos about the preparations for j exhibit at ihc Dominion Fair. j The-onnuftl meeting of the Allxirta j {Agricultural Fairs Association will' he held in- Calgary naxt Wednesdays i ami Thursday. I ifr. r.r.fl II. .Pairdcld of the. I Experimental Farm left vcstcrdav on i a holiduy trip to Cheyenne and Lar- i amic, Wyoming and to Fort Colorntlo. They expect to be away about two weeks. Shoes soled and heelert in 30 min-j uLcs'at F..German's. One of the leading promoters of the early closing movement is the sub- ject of a- good joke. The other night jas he was going home the high Wind I blew-off his hat and it was gone. The j stores that believe in CMrVy closing! were all shut, so rather than make i i if a martyr to principle and go icaded he went into one" of the j e-closing establishments to buy a i cnp. i I At MACDONALD'S Read tfiewble list. There's sotaetiins ii k ftr yot Great iinroscrye'd Sale of -Watches, Chains, Brooch- es, Cutlery, Etc. TOMORROW SATURDAY EVENING AT 7.30 Every lot submitttid will sold to the highest bidder. Waddington Gibbon Amjtkwters, 410 RoBn4 Street Formaldehyde Do not delay getting your supply while it can be had. Our stock is fresh, bought direct frotn the tnanufac- turer, and guaranteed full strength. J- J Johnston Druggist GROCEIRIEIS STRING BEANS, 2 lb." tin, Old Homestead beans, each ;....lOc PORK AND BEANS, 4 tins Clark's Pork and SHREDDED WHEAT, at................f5c EGGS, good glycerined stock, per rloz.....2Sc FORCE, per TOILET SOAP lb. tin uncolor- ed Japan Tea, at each .........V..SI.OO DRV GOODS PRINTS, 400 yds.' dark prints, blues and black, fast colors, good small spots: twigs nnd stripes 12 YDS. for.... DRESS GOODS, 42 in. light and medium Dress checks and stripes, with mixtures of brown blue and Keg- xilar 45c I PER YD. big collcc-' tion of men's shirts, some soft front, some stiff, dark or light Regular price T. B. Martin, who has been the guest of .1. McXicol went to her home in Frank this morning. by her sister, Miss Cotter. LADIES HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS We will open on Monday next a complete stock these popular patterns. You've heard of them. So easy to work with. THE: CASH STORE FOR SALE Counter. slwv "cases at present in use'in JblmstonVdrug store., 796 WANTED 'A P08 [TTON, by experienced sten- ographer. Best of references. Apply Box W, Herald Office. 79-2 Money for You Just left of those NorthWardLots close to the school Each One-tluul cash, balance B and 6 months R. V. Gibbons Block Prescriptions' COMPOUNDED Promptly and Accurately At the NEW f Drug Store PHONE 272 FREE DEUVERY Anyvlicre, any time t II BPIR, -IEI8K This 42 inches long, and sleeves, braid trimming and two Ixjx pleats down back as illustrated, reg. S20......For pockets ana sleeves, For 14.50 Ladies' Stylish Gray Crav- enette Coats, box pl'jfatg and fully trim- med Reg. for...... Ladies' Skirts in Panama cloth, plc-ats running from top to bottom and are stitch- ed 17 ins. from '.top... We have thc-m in blue, brovrn, green and black lor Ladies' white lawn, cmbroidcrod fronts and nrc Special at........... 45c Ladies' Fint Lawn Blouscc, trimmed with. tucks. and embroidery insertion, fancy., checks, spots and from 50C Night Dresses for children, fine quality .-white cotton, em- broidered yoke and Children's Fancy in a; great "variety of shades. On sale, for 65c G. H. Johnston ;