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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta iwmn PUNTING AT "THE HERALD TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Iknli LitthrUp li to mill IOH For 1 month we will give PER CENT On special lines of !RANGES In order to make room for our new stock. Call and inspect for your- self. HICK HJUUH CO, i REDPATH STREET i We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 t Cloth Bound Booksf --H 1500 to at 3 For 500 .paper covers 20c or 3for50c. Vtore closes at 6.30 p.m. IHEITilOrS BDOI STORE lit tar let if OiiH Ink 281 J for Underwood 4 SNAP i EATS DIRT Snap is a non-injurious preparation for cleansing' very dirty hands. Miners, machinists an J railroad men will find a groat cleanser. With it the most soiled hands can bo made white and smooth in a few seconds. Price 20 cents, at J.O, HigintotharaSCfl.lty Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Quality Groceries Your neighbor has and is satisfied what she gets and how the gets it. Now is the time to select, your SEIEIDS For the Spring. We handle only the vat it-ties. Espec- ially selected for Western Canada. Remember the 5 per cent donation we are giving to the Hospital iv today. I THE GOOD CO. I PHONE U UP-TO-DATE GROCERIES UP-TO.DATE GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY J CITY AND DISTRICT F. B. is working oa plans for the new school at Raymond. "A Struggle for Gold" at the ceum tonight. The Herald is late acaia. tonicht as the linotype has not yet been put in shape to do satisfactory work. The Mission Band of -KJiox Church ill not -be held on Friday as an- nounced. Change of progranV at the Eureka tonight. i f W R. Hull, of Cale-ary, is in the city and attended the Board of Trade 6. BOTH CO. fiily HIM final? itm li City Imported Silks In Ladies' and Gentle- men's Wear and in Web at i Chow Sam's THE WEATHER. Medicine Hat, trace clear... 36 Calgary, clear .......12 32 Lethbridge, clear .02 41 FORECAST Manitoba and ally fair and moderately cold today; and on Friday with a lew local snow I flurries. OUR PRICES Competition Have you seen our assort- ment of CHINESE AND JAPANESE WARE? sel Chow Sam Co. BABY COMFORTS We make a specialty of keeping all the Nursing, Feeding, Teething and Toi- let Articles which your Baby will need to keep comfort- able, happy and healthy during this weather. I luncheon today. Spring wheat for seed is in great demand- Any farmers having same to sell would do well to put an ad in the want column. Theo Lorch and his excellent com- pany in ''A Struggle for Gold" -o night at the Lyceum. Fred Kenny has awarded the con- tract for the erection of a residence on Bartlect St. and Holt. to Messrs, fiooney THEO LORCH RATED RICH Many strange, books have been wiitten, and from them plays have been taken and staged to good ad- vantage., but of all mysterious books whose characters have been iutro_ Juced on the stage, Eobert Louis Stevenson's Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" is probably "the greatest. T? eo Lorch, night, played at the Lyceum this wonderful last and Albert Streetfield, teamster for the A. It. L is laid up with broken arm, the result of a runaway, a few days aoro. See Mr. and Mrs. in their Fumy sketch, "A. Personal at the Eureka tonight. Ths grandest pictures ever seen r the city are at the Eureka tonight. The consignment ..of Furniture arrived for the Auction Sale on jrday, March corner of Glyn and Ford Sts. E. B. Freeman of Froernan, Oat., has purchased a quarter section of ir- rigated land from Messrs. Hatch and Coons and has rented it for a term Abram Hacker .of this of years to city.' See those _______ at the Eureka. wonderful .performing The Hick Hardware Co. have been ariven the contract for the heatine of the new Bowman-Johnston block. GOING TO SHINGLE YOUR ROOF? II so, it's time you got at it. Make up your mind to have really good shingles this time. They are the best, and also the cheapest. Get them here. Our shingles are all per- lect and full count. You can use every one, and you get every one you pay for. GET WHAT LUMBER YOU NEED here, too. Ours is the kind that up without waste. The kind that doesn't shrink or crack because it is thoroughly seasoned before we seii it. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Id 23 uU 123 Ed. Tudor went through to Card- ston this inorninjr with two cars of settlers' effects, H. E. lather to Card ston with one car and Geo. Kaupp to New Dayton with one car. Tomorrow night (Friday) Ridge" at the Lyceum; by Mr. Lorch. The emejagement is announced of Miss- Elizabeth Afrnes Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jamee Campbell, Embro, to Alvin Ripley. of Alta. The marriage is to take pjacVoa March 24. One of the grandest floral parades at the Eureka tonight Men and material are on the Around for. a branch extension, of the Govern- ment telephone line from Chin to the Cameron ranch where will he installed at the farm houses in that vicinity. The tonsJjrnment of Furniture hts arrived for the Auction Sale on Sat- urday March 20th? corner of G-lyn and Ford Sts. J. Helms and EU S. Thomson from Courtenay, N.D.r went to Milk River last nieh L with two carloads of settlers' effects. These centlemen have a half section each about eigh- teen Miles-south east of Milk River station. They say thev certainty ap- preciate the weather here, coming from colder country. Remember, if you are not with the show at the Eureka tonig-it your money will be refunded at the door as you pats out. Alvin Ripley went 8LOCK FOR Fence Posts ALL LIVE TIMBER Lime, Wood Fibre, Cement, Always in Stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridgo, New Dayton, Magrath City Yard South of Ellison Mills PHONE 225 P.O. BOS 654 she was recalled and again and" responded, with an encore of iiCAUty. namely Schubert's Ave Maria ...Miss Basche is piaoist with srreat charm and Individuality, and has acquired from her joaster. Bmil Saver, a large his" techni- cal brilliance. She shared in ike honors with-Miss'Hall'last evening. Harold .Bealey is a liffht -bari- tone vrtth a cood range, perfect con- duction .and breath control, and splen did. Olive Oil and Cucumber Soap Biggest value in market 3 cakes for IQc. J. J. Johnston -QUALITY QUARTERS- Church's Alabastinc Any Can Put It On, Na Ont Can Rub It Off. Haalthful Unitary par S Id. Taakaga. Yoti Awake .j to the Fact? That the kind of furniture you need to beautify your home is just the kind of furniture that we are carrying? We are increasing our sales constantly, which is the best evidence that our goods are right, our prices lower and our terms easier. We.can furnish your home, office or rooming-house complete from ceUar to garret The White Furniture Co. PEone 356 Crabb Street Washing' Machines Call and examine onr PASTIME washing machine. It will interest The tub is made of cypress, the interior of maple. The gearing underneath is so constructed that a child can operate with the largest washing. Come and get one. Try i if it does not suit bring it back The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd. Corner Duffcrin and Round Street -l-f IM- f I Auction Sale I C. I. Wyhian of Magrath is in town; W. tdiday. on business. of Calgary is in the citv "If you liye out of town write TO-NIGHT Theo. Lorch And his company par excellence.'in a 'Struggle for Gold' AT THE LYCEUM Reserved Scats SOc. s Admisnon 25c Curtain 830 sharp BY i; w. L Wilson i; Auctioneer Instructed by several I will sell, at the corner of I GLYN FORD STREETS, next Irrigation Hall, on SATURDAY, MAR. _20, at 1.80 p.m., the following ...goods and mat- tresses, kitchen chairs, dining chairs. 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 couch, 2 dres- sers and stands, cradles, lamps, crockery, 1 sewing i macnine, 2 valises. 1 lady's watch, and. other articles i too numersus to men f ion. J Anyone desiring to enter goods for this sale tele- phone 189 before Friday J night EACH Two well located lots on R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK SHOW CARDS AND PRICE TICKETS THAT SELL GOODS The kind we make are so attrac- tive that they draw people into yonr store. Our work has value. Prices always reasonable. IheNicholisSignCo. Temporary Offce, 306, Redptih St. LETHBRIDUE Winnipeg: They gay the Hlberta Reatavrant Is a good place to go for a good meal. Open Bay and Night Shoi t Ordera at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 Quarter Section 9 miles from 30 acres fall wheat, all land, small cash payment, balance crop payment. Standard land Co. ltd. Capita! Surplus, (Offices Shepard Block.) Y. S. Shepard, Managar. Agents Winnipeg Fire In. surance Some good bargains in Real Estate Yet to be had TfccCJ. PI lltek AMI 21! DRESSMAKING Ladios wanting dressmaking and plain sewing should apply to Mrs. Ai- Crabb St., White's Furniture Store. 82-6 C.P.R. station and., M, Hendrick's residence, lady's goFcP watch. Finder will be rewarded for return to Herald Office. 82-6 Good S room eotttfo for Mk on tormi, in. 320 i miU from mcro down, bai crop payment W.R. DOBBIN 4 CO. Phono 122 T ;