Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
feck) V.'4 v INSURANCE e THE PLACE tte HUH WH v .1. J TK iewest Range m the Market A short time.ago Die Me- Clary Manufacturing Go, of London decided to make a, special stoye for the .west and offered substantial prizes Ipr a suitable name -to give the stove, A lady in Regina 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 iwtr- ket today. "It ftinlxxHos features contained in no other range in the world. It has a double duplex grate. Tt 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 gra'to. It has a thermometer on the oven. These are few of the .good points of this grand stove. You are cordially invited to visit our store. The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely AS THE EASTER SEASON Approaches thoughts oi the new hat ami command alton tion. We would remind you that a Dainty, Delicate Perfume, is al- so one of the accessories of a complete toilet. Our assort merit of Perfumes, Sachets, Toilet Waters, Etc., is The Store of Quality the West. We. also have a fine assort- ment, of Easter Postal .Cards. Family .ami Dispensing Chemists Telephone i9 Resident Night Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT ll. F. KiWo maiuiger of the1 Bank of Montreal, w.-nt to Majirath this morn- N. .j Miss M. A. Ihulloy, public stenog-' rapher, moved to room 1, South- urd Block. V. CU-rma'.i will solo and heel yuurj plux-s while you have your after-din-! nor i Si'C F. German's roadmen's shoe j Hand sewn. i K T. and W. StulTord of Colamnn Blulnq Guaranteed the best and Electric Chips Something good, makes hard work ensy. Try it on washday. Wo have it Nelson Fraser Miutiiiiitmmiiii Our Specialty WorkShoes Through our repair trade, we are in a -position to L'riow what you want and what faults to remedy, so for a good pair of Work go to GERMAN Tfc Shoeraan Next BeiUley Co. I I I I II I IIII I I I t I I I I I III HUM I 11II M I I I I II I The Social Realm WEATHER BULLETIN clear......... Lethhridge. Uatlk'ford, fair Swift Current, cloudy Minnedosa, trace cloudy__: Port :Arthur, fair Calgary, fair 30 4-1 36 came down last night to speftd u few .Medicine li'at, vrace days in the city. of the Brown ranch, i.-: m the city today. i K. A. Cunningham returned "last 1 nipht from a trip East.' i j Homestead Inspector Link went to I Edmonton this' morning. Prince trace cloudy 3-1 Keginn, snowing 3-i i 32 Uulletiii From Contral Office no 32 22 "oo 26 "8 22 31 Light rain or snow.falls have vjnces. oc- in parts ;of the prairie .pro- Mild conditions have pre- A. H. McKfiown and Mrs. F. J. Me-1 vailed in all districts. .-own went to Calgary this morning, j milder with a l The South'.-rn Algeria Telephooe' few sleet .showers. Sunday strong J Co. will build a branch lino to Irvine northwest winds and somewhat cold- Ji Miss Annie returned from a am! Saskatchewan Jl vacation-trip to the East this week, i strong northwest winds, stationary One- of the Ix'st programs .of the j season is on at iluvllijou Theatre to- i night. Don't miss "it., j Mr. S. Sherd, wife and family i returned yesterday from a three i months' stay at Xorthfield; Minn. II. ,Johnston has just today op- eiied a swell line of ladies lawn blou- ses. You are'.invited to see theise. Miss "Dixie" Wilson a cosy little tea for Miss of Winni- peg on Tuesday afternoon. A few of the married ladies wore invited in addition, to the "younger set." Mrs. Vrooman and Mi's. Arnold presided" at ihe tea' table. The guest of rhonor "who has been quite popu- 'lur during her visits here was becom.' ingly gownetl iii brown; Mrs. Wilson looked very well indeed in black and Miss Wilson very smart in pale blue. Among the guests were, Mrs. C. E. D. Wood Mrs. Vrooinan, Mrs. lleeve, Anderson, Mrs. C F. Wood, Mrs. '.Arnold, the- Misses Duncan, Anderson, Allison, Harclie Hillis, Vrooma'iV; "Rogers Pattcson, Slcholls, Holland. i or a, little lower I rlcci showers. temperature. Local -Mrs. Mewbuni .-entertained very in formally rat a delightful little bridg on Wednesday evening. Some ver Theft's lottjii torj hirof "V Our sort of are superior in every thing-jliat'goca Or- phan's) which was no fault'of Hhe Washington, management, the mistake resting! with the shipment. T :Urs, w. L. Hardic gave an Three carloads of settlers' effects joyable euchre for the younger set Mrs. IIondbrlT, of Fe'rnie, went south this morning, for> J.} in honor of Miss on Wetlncs- rived in the city last night to join E. Stirling; one for Chas. [day evening. Five tables were ar- ranged and Miss'irolland, Miss Duff, Mr. Connell and Mr. Barnum, each carried off a dainty, prize. Mrs. Har- die received in -.unhandsome black Crouch.er, -Warner'; and one for Rupert Warner. Two are coming up from the south tonight for Milk I'! River and one for Cardston. An open session of the Sunday School of Wesley Church will be held her husband who is .in the employ of P. Burns Co. Mrs. W. J'or.Ler, oi -'PeUa, Joxva, whose husbandt recently came here with "several 'cars of efTects, arrived last night. 'Mr.'and Mrs. F; :Ashe of Co'utts t tomorrow afternoon, church the city night "on j auditorium. The" serivc will be the their way home from California of a' quarterly .missionary'scries they spent the j and promises to. be an interesting Win. Finnegan. an old offender, 'profitable one. A good program assesseil IL dnllar and costs by Ma-1 has hocn arranged. All are wel- giijtrate Iluinphi-ies last-night for i come, being driitik aiiil ..disorderly. Medicine-Hat's auditor is asking! for an increase of salary to t i A new roof is already needed for i Medicine Hat's city hall. I 'The Edmonton Bulletin i U: l-r. Knight returned yesterday j from Lethbridge wliarc a he has been visiting; her sister for nionth assisted in ]iale blue. bj Misses llardie The; guest, of honor KEEP YOUR EYE ON THIS AD. T We have just received Bitter Orauges, Tangerine j'., Bloocl Oranges. Grape Fruit Tomatoes Pineapples StvoetjLpple Cider GOOD CO. Phone 98 F6otbti.ll fair to as popular] in the city this season as baseball. Last night in the parlor of the Bal- moral hotel-a meeting was held for the at maji's livoJry 20 well I broken- work Imrsos, weighing from vip. SG-0' Johnston Prescription A FINE NEW Bath, water and located, on very easy terms W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Albert a Lands and Letlibridge Propertitka LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. The Mulloy Fund The Herald Mulloy Fund has got a start. .vNo doubt it will now grow rapidly as no" jire more ready recognise pluck and daring, cour- age, and- perseverance than, are the people of the Weal in -the Herald's constituency. From the home of Strathcona's llprse will -come a rea- dy response f-o the appeal for aid for Also two lots Argyle Avenue Avatef aiVd Cash A SNAP Bowman P.O. BUck PW200 o As yet the pro tern secretary of the leutftic- lifts received only one written notice intention of the .clubs to Join the league, the Young Men's Club having done so. Their colors arc grey and The names and colors must. lw sent to. 0.. Austin by the- 24th. tthe fight between Tommy Burns the Onnadiaa, heavyweight champion there-.appears-to. have-been only two blows struck. .Tommy struck Roche j to repair "the loss by a university ed- j- -Roche struck the floor- -Tommy u'cation. Give him a lift, sccmr. to .be. bowling over the British j_ 1'he donations so far ars: pugilists like so many ten pins. P- TC. Mewburn So.00 must lw a .regular cyclone or .-else The JLi'thbridge Herald 5.0C. they, arc a bunch real worth will, be .found out4 when he- stacks .up the "color ed boy. acrosjs the seems'lo wjhjs_ eyesight l's country'" and. is now seeking be Tommy's only honors. 'rival, for premier A Friend 1.00 Ll M. :JQHNS1ONE Barrister and Solicitor Office 'adjoining-.- Union LethbrMge. Bank. 23-lyr Money fpr You Just a few -left of those lorth Ward Lots about a block from tbe tach 110 cash and per month R. V. Gibbons OtA Block 1 t Would you buy a fine Fnr Felt Hat if yon got it at cost We must sell every" within the next 7 days. Swell arid colors. From 1 I Remember MEN'S SHIRTS at 50c OVERALLS at 85c SMOCKS at SWEATERS at 70c For the Next Seven Days G.H.JOHNSTON I w Miners! Miners! Miners! Bros, Successors to G. L. Vrooman We have been appointed solo agents Tor the well-known Miners' Sunshine Brightest nml Cleanest Light for Miners' nae. No waste.' No smoke. Every ounce is luirnt FREE SAMPLE Phone 75 Caii and Get One Fum, etc.