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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M" H J H SKEITH putty ltak) INSURANCE: 1Ee THE PLACE TO: STAY The Newest Range en" 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 prrzes for a suitable name the stove. 'A' lady in Keg5na wou first; by her surges-' lion in taking a syllable from the 'name of the two great provinces, and the stove was called the SASKALTA I .This is without, doubt I t -This stove is without doubt. the finest and most con- venient on tho mar- ket today. It embodies features contained in no other hi the. 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 drafi. ensuring equal burning surface on the grate. It has a thermometer on the oven. These are few of the good points of this grand stove. You are cordially invited to visifc.onr store. The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Saccessors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely A Rubber Sponge is a good addition to your bath room. We hsu'O them from liatli Mitts. Brushes Bath Massjigc Sprays Floating Bath Soap Alwas in stock J. D. Hipbotliani 8 Co.ltil. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resideul Nitfht Clerk The Store of Quality Just Received ILOTS Every fiir of tes it Uur sort of shoot arc superior 'in evtjryUirnK to make good shoes. People who know and, who have been around ifeil us that they always save. money "their slices here. This fact we siuud jeacly to prove at any lime CITY AND DISTRICT Something choice Try it------------- All Orders Delivered Promptly F COW LethbrMgc .No oast mail today. .Mr. and Mrs. Williston of Cran- hrook, 11.i'., in i he city today. Th2 best entertainment of the sea 300 at Wesley church tonight. Come. Jvxira aiirariion at the ilijoti to- nifrhl. Pon't miss it. linttk'ford, clear..... Iv Huylands is in Tabor today; Swiit Current, clear on a business trip.1 clear WEATHER BULLETIN Edmonton, clear MS Mi 28 J, PHONE: G 2. 1 ner ihis morning. P.. Stratton of Taber came in on' ihu local last night. .7. Cnplin and G. K. Willis of Xel- I son. B.C., are in ihe city. 1 Ceo. 11. Scotl and Thos. L-ahill of ore are in the city today. K. W. Bradshaw of was in i Port Arthur, clear....... .rlu-cily ovL.r a train, i Canary, clear Hat, clear Albert, clear snowing Winnipeg, clear Bulletin From Central Oflice The weather has moderated in nor- them Alberta anil in Saskatchewan j 10 -11 Two Blocks east of Westminster School EACH 55 cwii and J5 a month C KIA D 4 lots "oft Redpath, weU lotaiei wain naii, eack Half cad, iahice twelve ALBERT E. IVES Ion 2, liter tod PHONE 14T and milder am n conditions- spreading j eastward. In Southern Alberta it hafi! H H Davidson expects to by able iv. 11. un c.-n v remained mild and in-Manitoba to leavi; the hospital today. i. c k it SO roucJiiion'R See. F. (Jennaii's So roadmen fallen in Southern Alberta and Sns-1 Hand sown. [katehcwan. T. K. and G. .1. Calhoun of. weather. i I High Hiver wore- arrivals last night'milder generally. on the local. I _...'________ Remember the Y. M. C. concert and 1 gymnastic exhibition tonight in Wes ley church. Tin.' famous Widow" waltz was jtlayt'd for ilu> first lime in Leth- bridge at the Tenderfoot dance 'night. II. A. Drifts of Orussy' IjiKe is in the 'eitv todnv'to attend theMasonic Biggest and Best Snap on the Market FRESH TODAY Extra Fine Apples Ripe Tomatoes Letiutc Blood Oranges Comb Honey etc. Leave your o'rders for Marmalade Oranges, to arrive -in a 'few days Ihe GOOD CO. Phone 98 I i function tonight. C. A very, manager of tho Bow Js- lam! S'.ock Company, went to Hou Island this morning'. .1. Stovu.ll j.s seriously ill. Inspector .West- is in Taber today sitting in the Siekter case. Walter Sheppurd of '.Medicine Hat! j was arrested this morning by the H. .X.W.M.P. hero on a charge of obtain injr money under false pretences Cowloy. The 'warrant' for his arrest was issued iVom -Madeo'd. i On March 30 ihe Canadian Pacific Railway will put on "the 'double trans' continental service: on the main line' L H. Macbeth Apcy J Toilet and Tonight iO Choice Importeo Cigars A full line of B. B. B. Pipes It is not likely that the Imperial TJ-, The Heal Estate baseball team has i railed will start until about -June! decided m.l to he, scarcity of players' On the the passenger service, of ciudlity bfingr reason assigned. between. Calpary and Stnuhcona is' II. .V.. the to be doubled, making two trains a went to Calgary this ninar to Sjiend a few days. At Brandon, .Man., on Monday of Mrs. MV Arnold, Miss Vro'oiuan. Llast death "of AVilliam Ward and Hillis, went to Uaymond father of-W. Ward of this city, took this morning'. place, after a Briof Lllnc-ss. Mr. M'ard TIic C.r.H. knocked throe freight' "4US of age and un- crews between Crow's NVst and two when he came'to ill All f T L Oi lObaCCOS point ycstercluy. I W- F- 3Ioorc and Medicine Hat eie c- the city The Smoker's Headquarters X. Saucier, of Calgary, of In- land Itcvenue Department is in the city. Mr. -T. F. 'Franklin of Clarc-sholm were in the '.city last i night on their way south. Geo.Tayltr, Florist 650 -Bartlett Street Oulers for Easter cut flowers. April 12th promptly "fillod, your order novr as we can- not prosuist: orders to be lilled after that Brandon, to live 'with his daughter. Mrs. W. n. M'lyre, a farmer in Perth County. Ontario. Yesterday afternoon in the Pastor's study in thf i5aptist Church, Antha RVTroxler and Eula May Bailey were united in marriage by Rev. Wil- liam ru-id. Baptist 'pastor. Aruphus Oavett and his wife, who came up up from Michigan, witnessed the cer- emony. Thf newly iniarrJetlVcoupk' Mrs. V. L.-Xnismiih-has been sum-; left; this .morning for Taber to visit mo'nwl cast owing to the serious somo friends before without de- final of the Cribbag.-' Tour- nament w'iM oft nftor the- mooting tonight. TALENT. Mrs. C. R. Daniel, Miss Hirigs, Miss Holland, Messrs. Fleming, Irving, Kilncr, Taylor; Hazell, Mar- shalL rriem- bsrs of Mr. F. A. Maxwell's gymnasium class. tion WITH OUR RANGE OF Complexion Creams we defy the ravages of the INI arch winds on the skiii" Corp. Win. Wade made -a vciy chairman and A. Ely.accom- panied -in his usual first cliiss'style. Inspector. West was present and in a short speech said how pleased he was to be present, and wished them, all a' very pkiisant' evening. The pro- gramme was a long and varied one and ibr four hours the hall rang with laughter, song'and story. With such an array of good talent it is. impos- sible to individualize, but mention must be made of Mr. Dick- Evans .whose comic "songs and facial expres- sions kirpi roaring with laughter. J. W. Sharnut appeared with his nigger boy in a ventrilo-l quial hich made quite a hit, j and brought forth demands for more. MY. Sharrntt also tendered several so- los, his" "Xew Hampshire Molly" bringing down the house. Joe Gil- lespie gave three cornet solos in splen did style while Mr. Stoele gave sever- PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY I- Anywhere, any time 1.1. KinEY, Get Your Shoes at Through.our repair fiade we kinAv 5Tour'shoe troubles F; :GERMAN Bentlejr Co. I ADMISSION Adults 50c, Children 25c ON TIME WINNIPEG MARKETS- Fluctuations in Options Open Close March 1091-2h 110 b May 11134b July 1141-81) 1141-2 -March SMOKER AT THE -BARRACKS Non-Coms. and Merv.of R. N.. W. P. Provide DiiHghtfu! Enter- .taminent M. ONE YEAR IN PEN Loxington, Ky., March al clever harmonica selections. Mr. May was good in his coon songs and anecdotes, while Pat Walsh with his "iTth'of Ireland" was fine. The fol- lowing contributed 10 the programme Messrs. May, Gra'ham, Gillespio, Crad dock. Walsh, Barclay. Kvans, Skeith, Steele, Hadcliffe. and others. Gus Xeidig said some nice things about the boys of K. Div- ision and mentioned that he had attended these concerts for 20 II. Skeith, .in moving a vote of thanks to the hosts, said they I were of.- the fine, a slate- j irtcnt whicJj was received with cheers and "For They Are Jolly Good JFcl- Three cheers and a tiger warrc given for Corporal Wade, the chair- man, 'nml.-one of smokers the city closed shortly, after m.dnight with the-National Anthem, j Auhl T-ang Synu. May July No. 3 White March Mav 45 l-4b 48 b 501-2a 4434b 473-S r We are offering the beet lots in the Hortti Ward i; down and monthly i -Also Argyle Avenue water.and scvrer Cash :l o Rejected Oats- May July M.nrch May 1001H Prices 4514b 48 50 l-2a 43 45 b 4738 39 a .411-Sa 1061-2b 100 3 4b A SNAP Closing Cash No. 1 Hard m Xo. 1 Northern no No. '2: Northern No. 3 Northern 107 LB, Bowman Bpcy P.O. Hock No. -1.......................... Wl-4 No. 5 811-4 Xo. 6 71 1-2 Feed I 52 Feed 2.............'............4634 No. 2 White 46 No. 3 White "43 Rejected G. P. E 381-4 C. N. R 102 Flax ,'16134 ..........1061-2 -Waitt .The P.arrncks' was the scene of: Thos. Underwood, managing tren.'iim-r of state under thc'xorr plc-tsant "ami sucrwsful smoking! tor of the Coal Co. Republican reign of the govern- concert Inst night given by the non-j cd to this morning, that their electrical apparatus i.s being installed, nn expert from the Wesiinghoii.se firm being at the work. The ruttcr will complete! in a short time- of W. S. Taylor in IflOO was to-icoms- omi men of tlic