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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H J H SKCKTH M) INSURANCE: TEe THE PLACt TO STAY MM to NLLJI ME M M'iM the Newest Ranyei on the Markets A short tiino ngo the Me- Clary Manufacturlug Co. of London decided to mukc a Bpccialetovc for the west and offered 'substantial prizes for a .suitable- name -to give the stove. A lady in Reg urn wou 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 .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. YY It has a double duplex A Rubber Sponge is a good addition to yourbnth room. have them i'fotn 50c to Buth Mitts ...Lou01 Handled Buth Brushes Bath .Massage Sprays Floating Bath Soap Always in slock J, Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality WHILE THEY LAST Out Fine New Range of BOOTS AND loliroflk's Celebrated Sweet Gherkins o It has a broiling top the top lifts a few Indies .from the front to permit broiling and toasting. 'It has" a double draft, ensuring equal burning siirface 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 Coy. Successors to Brodic Stafford and Hick Wakely CITY AND DISTRICT Regiiar'30c size for 15c w 2 for 25c Goods delivered to all parts of city promptly SHOES has been opened out and comprises someof the latest shapes and makes. The famous Silkid is here in all sizes. We have also a American lines and the.celebrated Edwin C. Bnrfc' Shoes for women in different stylos. Our line is complete and prices and values are the best. f-V v There's Inqii Every Wr if Sta we Sri 9 j- Our sort of shoes are superior in everything ihjit goet to make Rood i hoe 9, People who know and who have been around tell us that they always saye money by buying their bhoes here. This fact we stand ready to prove at any F COW (b CO. UthbrWge Hudson's Bay Co. of is in the K. S. IkA city. i JJ. 01 Canlsion. wvut south iiuYir.utt this i A. !..rapM. Uu' I'.l.Uo. IV. C., ho- tolkec-por is- in th'e'eily. today. Wiii. Saiviiirv. the CJnissy Lake i.s in the tHy today. Sidney .Mk'ti, oi Foniie, in the city. S. A. of Tulu-r, is in the city today. C'. M.IMV, i.s in Ta- today. IJonjL Mai kin of Magrath was in the '-ity on hi.s way north. S. .Mi of t'ai'dston was a vi- sitor in Oio city last night poms to Lorraine Notepaper This is alineu ftnishpaper made m white and azure. Price 15c a quire and en- velopes 15c a'package, or 129 of each for RDBERTSOK'S BOOK STORE 1st OMP West of Uaioa Bank Phone 25! THE WEATHER Kdmontoii, fair 20 -10 Lcthbridge, cloudy -11 '1'i J'.i'.i Lie-ford, 4 -21 Swift Current, clear I1 I'oU" Arthur, cloudy 18 8 Calgary, cloudy 33 IS Medicine Hat. cloudy .50 20 Prince Albert, ciovuly 10 -11 Kcgina, clear.................. 12 -Hi Winnipeg, clear HuJIetin From Central Otlice Snow has fallen throughout Mani- toba, eastern Saskatchewan and part of Alberta. The weather has 'conj i tinned very cold in all parts of the prairie provinces except in Southern Tialdy went out on the south train tins morning to Crcut Vails, froill ten to 2.t below j were recorded provinces fairj and cold today and Wednesday. I WITH OUR RANGE i OF Toilet and Complexion Cm ive defy the ravages March winds on'therskiu Mont. j Mrs. C. K. of Reg'ma is visiting Mrs. .1. O. tt'iison at the Uar- rackg. Choice Imported Cigars A full line of B. B. B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos "Hill" Smiih, L'.P.H. gardener C'ranbivok. K.V., is spending the day) in the city. I Don't foigi't dunce in the Oli- j ver Hall :tonight. The music, will be the ever. J. McLean, who has been'in the j. city two returned to Cut-! gary this morning. H. VY. Fletcher of 0rassy Lake ar- rived in tiir city last, night on his j j way to Magrath. 1 j K.C. ami wife of t'ardston i j arrived in the city last night on I their way to Collins, Mont. 1 j The bridge contractors laid oft the j j gangs of two concrete mixers yester- I day- heiiig short of gravel. Y K. ?il. and Jas. Fox, j j of Magriitii.'were :nY the city hist: night on their way south. .Mrs. ArLhnr Young, of-iracleod, who 1 i has been; visiting Mrs. F. .C. Cooker I returned to Mackod this inorning. J. F. Tioilgers has resignad his posi Jition UK niannger of thu Transfer Co. u> take eiTect April L. I A. Tfopkirk. C.P.It. assistant mas- LOL' ineclianic Cranbrook, B.C., made an oflL-inl visit to this point ilast night. J. K. Ardell returned last night Tortci- of L'clla, X.D., came in last night with a'car of elTecls which i I he will take to his land in this district.- L. Tl. Losoy oi a'polis, has a ear of ellecis 'with him also.- Another settler is; Thoinns Wilson of Britain, .Mich., who arrived last with a cur of stud. They wi-re. all billed to Leth- bruige. but Mr. Lose.y went to Ear- ner, whore his Kind is located. iMinty Grand Master 6. LZ. Gardner of will'he. in the city on Thursday night to tule the new Masonic Lodge, Lcth- ljridii'3 D. Alt iho nu'iilUers ol the PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time StQ And per month buys tome choice (100 just off Niven Street, close to school. lots ALBERT E.IVES hni VUinr Hock PHONE 14-7 1.1. BIPtEY, be for one: or two years, Force- "liiain Ts" planned to be Of Courtlanfl outl craft, suv invited to be present. Ow- pVestmiijbler Road where the propos- ing to the shortness of time it has j cd standpipe would be placed, been impossible; to issue invitations5. 'The engineer does not consider to the visiting urn! other brethren in 1-i'obable that arrangements could the city. All are invited. made the Kiectric Co. for POWER PLANT THAT IS THE ADVICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER TO THE COUNCIL increas-ed nuasitity of power as soon ns needed uhiclf might January 1 1000. ami for roncwliig contract for an jncriMSijci of power at the .expiration ur the present; agree- ment on HI 00. He fid vises Uia city to install its i own plant. If this were done he ays stand pipe would ot be needed. In his judgement the siandpipe would only be needed n, the very noar future in the event >f continuing power, which 10 assmocs wo'ild be as at present incertaiu as to Us availability ami ileHvery tints "necessitating-a storage capacity mosx' in proportioo to the anticipated water consumption of the i I most earnestly advise" the eniiincar, "the city to em- ploy an expert- power engineer to go thoroughly into the question and achlse the city what course to follow. }li. Henry A. Allen, of Chi- cago, is recommended by Grace as a very good man. The- engineer's report ou the addition to the waterworks sys- tem embodied in the re port of the waterworks committee. It was deemed necessary to install a part of llu- pvtcnsions at once, par- ticularly a second foi-ee main. The city should have its o.wn power plant to puipp foi the city. The other mat ters would be done on the; advice of thrower expert expected in a month. If a steam power plant were install- ed, the new stand pipe would not be requirijci foi five years or more. The 3ruyor explained that it would be cheaper for the city to its own power plant. Aid Ives did not think it necessaiy to put in the estimates for -thing. The Mayor urged, however, the estfmate be put through and-the debentures is- sued when required. The city at pre- sent is at the nitrcy of one ,force; muin. Jf it burst there i.s not en- ough, pipe in "tljc city to repair it if damaged to any extent. Aid'Adams maintained that it would take 000 to put in a power plant. Aid. it Only Pays TO GET MEN'S SMOCKS 49c UNDERWEAR said that, the engineer claimed-that the "recommend ed extensions Avould serve for fifteen years. After; considerable discussion it was 'decided to lay the report over until next meeting. R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters City Engineer -Arnold presented to the City Council last night a prelim- a ten days' trip to the Okunagaii i jnary Ulc coht of where he was disposing of .some of his fniit lands. I A new post oflicc to be called Ban- j norm an is to opened up "on 22-12- Geo. Taylrr, florist 650 Bartlett Street Orders left for Easier cut flowers before April 12th promptly filluil Place your order >.ow as can- not promise orders fo bo filled after that date. _ 2l, north of Isaac Wintori spoken oi as the postmaster. Kenneiii wife of Gra poses, a Ylt2-inch force main junn. formerly pf this city, are in the j additional .stand pipe. McDonald is buying; tions .proposed for the waterworks plnnt, including an additional centri- fugal pump with'.a capacity of gallons per minute, h.p. electri- cal motor to it. ttir- binu pump motor for iirf pur-, and an I city today. Mr The figures on for, some of Ltrlhbridge's fancy poultry, itho-jmmp. motor and pipe connec- .los. MoXabl.. late train master on j tJohs. fo.- a ventur: Jjthe Crow's Xest division, was for a machinery handling crane, npott at Cranbrook by a deputa-1 for enlargement of pump lion of rVmdnclorrTnnd prosanted with i hcius30- SI .000 for steel foun-la- -a rrOh! watch i tions umier fite and moxinc J Inspector M. of Coutls j who has In assisting TJSijpt. Wilson whilt; Inspector West incapacitated by his re- AND Gymnasium ExHibition Auspices o( fte YOUNG MEN'S CLUB In WESLEY CHURCH OX TO. MAR. 19 HifWass Misical and .Literary PragraMK by LOCAL TALENT Eihibition of Gyenasiim Work fcy F. A. MAXWELL'S CLASS Admisiion--50c and switch It is cstimnTLKl an outlay of 000 necessary" for the new standpipe which would bring ihe to-' tnl outlay to The engineer says "Onr serv- ices coulii no cqtitppofl with meters for about .Si0.000. Meter rental of from four to six dollars per annum twenty lo thirty por cent on the irm-stment. Placing' jour wnter sen ices on n motor basis Wm. Oliver wor.t to Calgary thisLvnuhl watcri morning to attend the mc-ting of rhcck con. AHKSrtn Fairs Association. Major installation might Iliimctt, the (U-Vgatr appointttl by. 'consumption to such an cxtcat the Agricultural Society was unable to go, .Mr. ns instead. turned to this morning. Choral Club w-ill holcj their regular nu-i-ting at Mrs, Roger's at 8 o'clock. It is particularly roijiiestedthnt all mem-! .1 would it-turn iron bors will be present as the meet met I rr'nt ill is Importnnt that tin- proposed Formaldehyde Do not delay getting your snpply while it can be had. Our stock is fresli, bought direct from the manufac- turer, awl guaranteed full strength. i J. JYJohnston I Prearription Druggist A Hmse, with tkree Ms, 50x130 ft. Fir You Want It? Dealer in Lands and Lcthbridge Properties RMW 1 BUck LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. The Ladies Home Journal Patterns 43 Tears of Steady GrtwflL I, Association MONEY ORDfRS .payable in "alFparts of Canada and the United States, sold at "all Branches. Circular letters of Credit issued- for the use of available' in all parts of the world. Savings Bank Department established at all Branches. Interest at htgKest current "rate paid quarterly. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. f We take pleasure in announcing that hereafter Tlie Lndies Home.'Jounial Patterns and Style Books may be Had at this -store where you'll find a full stock of everything wanted in the Pattern Line. These Patterns are as superior to all others as electric light is to candle light-_ most advanced styles, are" designed by people who have made this art a life study, an who in constant touch with the leaing fashion MILLINERY A full line of Trimmed Hats. The In test and most, exclusive -novel ties will be shown throughout the sea- son. Apprentice Wanted C. A. COOK5LEY, FIRE AT CARMAN j Cannan. Man.. Mai'ch Taylor's grist mill was h.uiiy damaged fire j yesJerday. As f.-.r ns can he learned there is no insurance. Mr. Taylor, the proprietor, was badly burned the face and hands. FOR SALE 160 acres, improved, 1-1 north of Lcthbrlclge, 6 miles north of Diamond City per acre, half cash, balance to suit; or: spot cash. 160 acres 4 miles east of town. per acrt, half cash, balance to suit; or spot cash. No water right.) J acre, Lot 16, on McKillop street, North Ward, cash. Apply Box Post Office WE ALSO ANNOUNCE The Spring Opening I I Dress Goods, Trimmings, and Y Embroideries Come and see our splendid showing of Ladies' Y Gents' and. Children's Shoes Ladies' Coats from Up ft, Macdonald Co. mvm I I Miners! Miners! Miners! Hayr Bros. Succetsort to G. L. Vrboouun We have been appointed sole agents for the well-known Miners9 Sunshine Brightest antl -Cleanest Light for Miners1 use. No waste. No smoke. Every onnco is burnt FREE SAMPLE. Phone 75 Call Get One Picks, etc I ;