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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMtST JOB HUNTING lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald TH1 PLACE TO MM H H tH Mill Nit For 1 mouth ve will give PER CENT On special lines of RANGES In order to make room for our new stock. Call and inspect for your- self. TWIT HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Liquid Veneer i? rapidly becoming known as oiK' of the best cleansers and polishers of furniture, woodwork, automobiles and carriages. All thai you have to do is to apply with a soft rag and rub. Two sizes, 25c and 50c at HigintottiamSCo.ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Night clerk- I Easter Cards CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. IV. H. Young will not receive tomorrow. Entire change of program at the Eureka tonight. T. C. Clark has purchased D. May's house on Bartlett St. through, the Alberta Realty Co. H. Xunmons will give a talk on. 4'Early Days'f at tee regular meet- ing of the A.Y.P-A. this The Store of Quality Have you tried PHONE 21 For your Groceries Your neighbor has and is gatiitied with what she gets and how she gets it. e. mm CD. Oily UIIOI irwerj Itire ii City Firtt-claM (roods at all times is what we sell, ask those who know about the quality of our Gooda. Everything guaranteed satisfactory or your money refunded. THE GOOD CO. PHONE Si UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY J 30 i 24 31 THE WEATHER. Winnipeg, snowing 1.20 36 Lethbridge, fair..................- Regina, cloudy .50 3S FORECAST f Manitoba and j local snowfalls but partly fair, not much change in temperature. j Alberta, fair and mild. WOT COMPm Solicit! your patronage. We guarantee you a square deal every time and are here to stay. If you have a House, Lot or Farm To give a luting. If you to buy call and what we have. Room 3 Macdonald Blk. M SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NEI59N COW Money to loan on inside improved Real Estate at. 8 per cent, 'ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK Mr. and Mrs- Thos. McN'abb have returned from California. The following is a list of settlers i from North Dakota that arrived' f and this i Post Cards AND Gift Books ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Her let of Ink 251 for Underwood Typewriters. STANDARDS There can be no 'half standards in the Drug Busi- ness. Drugs and medicines are faultless or worthless. We direct your special at- tention to the, minute details- which make up the standard set for OUT business. They are apparently small .in them, selves but-important in their relation to the perfection of our Drug Store. Prescription Specialists i. I, lETHIIIGE GOING TO SHINGLE YOUR If so, it's time you got at it. Make j up your mind to have really good ahingles this time. They are the best, and also the cheapest. Get! them here. Our shingles'are all per- fect 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 eft's up -without waste. The kind 'that shrink or crack because it seasoned before we j it. i cial bulletin service at the Lyceum to- j night for election returns. The tenders for the new power plant will be opened this evening at a special meeting of the city council. The Messina Earthquake at the Eureka tonight and tomorrow night. Hi Gr. Clarke, of Calgary, will open an up-to-date dry goods store in the Bowman-Johnstone block when the building is completed. "Piney" Rtdge" at the Lyceum to- night. Mrs. John Young, who lives a few miles east the city, was broueht to the hospital in. serious condi- tion this morning. j The Imperial Bank Branch, in this city will open for business tomorrow in their fine offices in the new Beein. Block, Round St. A young mail named Morris, who has no friends in the city, died from an attack of pneumonia yesterdav. The body is held awaiting the arriv- al of his .father from Iowa. Remember, the big Messina Earth- quake pictures at the Eureka tonight and tomorrow night. It is surprising where the Dailv Herald circulates. A gentleman ad- vertising in the want column receiv- ed a reply from a reader in Pennsyl- vania. Election returns at the Lyceum to. night. Mamie aged 29 years, wife of Henry Hudson, of Taber, died Sat- urday morning at the Gait Hospital where she had undergone an opera- tion. The body will be shipped tn Taber by Addison Son. TOheo. Lorch and his excellent .com- pany in ".Piney tonight. Although work has just practicailv commenced on the drift at the citv's prospective coal mine, a seam of four feet eight inches has been struck The only question apparently is whe- -ther the roof is suitable. The quickest way to get election returns is at the Lyceum. A bunch, of Slavs at the North, end of the .North Ward were celebrating" a Christening last night. A couple of city constables went over and nine were fined from 92 to and costs? each, this morning. A woman "was badly injured in the fray. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Stubbs have returned from an extended trip to va- rious parts of the Old Country: Mr. returned with them. Mrs. Stubbs' health is much improv- ed, Stubbs expect to go to Nelson, B.CL, to live in a few days.-'" Your last chance to see the great Southern drama, ''Piney at the Lyceum. tonight. ;Emil Pelletier arrived m the citv on Saturday to locate on F- A. Max- well's farm south of town which he, has leased for a term of years. Mr. Peltier will make dairying a specialtv D. H. Elton will address the Eo- worth League at "Wesley Church this evening. See HaDell and Self at the Eureka tonight. The District Court meets here on Tuesday., March 23rd. The follow- ing' atfe'the civil cases on for trial; "Manhart vs. Carroll, TitfordL vs. Bennett, Grey vs. English. Con- vJs vs. Webber. Young vs. -Boer. Wal- lace vs. Scott, Crooker vs. Pierce. Soice vs. Trizer. The only case In the criminal list is The King vs. J. M. Redding et al." ry Gaits, for ickson, for Warner; E. H- Eussell. for f Lethbridge, Geo. Russell, for Letb-j bridge; E. Beltia, for Letbbridge; Jones, for Stirling; Wm. SocMe. for, Lethbridge; J. J. Lee. for Letb.bri.dee, H. H. Jabren, for Lethbridge; S.j S. Rogers, for Lethbridge. j The Good Company for the "Best} Ice Cream in Town." A pretty home wedding was solem- nized at the home of the bride' ther, Mrs- James Cook, on Wednes- day, March 17th. The contractuuT parties .were Miss Alveretta Belle Cook, and Mr. Howard Ryan.. Bev.; R. E- Finley was the offidatine cler-. gyman who tied the nuptial knot Pro; nouncing the ceremony which "united the lives of these estimable people. Miss BeDe McKay, of Mac- leod, was the maid of honor, while Mr. Hartflfeld, of Pincher.- City, was the groom- The bride was beeom-j ingly attired in white silk. After j congratulations, nice refreshments were served, after which, they took the train for Lethbridge where thev will reside. They received a laree number of .useful and valuable Kifts. This office ioms their many friends in congratulations and best wishes as they embark on life's rugged voyage Creek Echo. Quarter Section 9 miles" from Town, 30 acres fall wheat, all good land, small cash payment, balance crop payment. Standard land Co. ltd. Capital Surplus, (Officer Shepard Block.) V. S. Shepard, Managsr. Winnipeg Fire In- surance Co. The Private Dining Roonis .at the rnmm are now open, and are well patronized by the public All White Most np to -date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from 10c.- up Meals from 25c. up N. H. MURRAY Prop. Just two nights to earth. 5ee Louise and Ford In their rnusi. quake at the Eureka. Ca! playlet at The Good Company not only have the "Best Ice Cream in Town" but also have the bt-st ice cream parlor: N FOR Fence Posts ALL LIVE TIMBER Lime, Wood Fibre, Cement, Always in Stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. New Dayton, Magratb City Ywd South of EllUon Milk PHONE 225 P.O. BOX 654 Call and examine our "PASTIME" washing machine It will interest Ihe. tub is made cf cypress, the interior of maple. The gearing underneath is 30 constructed that a child can operate with the largest washing. Come and get one. Try i r if it does bring it back; The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Lid. Corner Duffcrin and Round Street FLORENCE ROBERTS COMING An announcement of tuiXLsuai in- terest to the lovers of the best in- dramatic act is that negotiations are under way to bring Florence oberts and her entire New York pro- duction of the "House of. Bondage" to Lethbridge for one performance on Tuesday, April 20 Miss Roberts admitted to be America's greatest emotional actress and is the only recognized New York star, that has ever this portion of .Canada with the exception of Mrs. W.'L. Brandow, manager of the Edmonton is .in the city now in the interests.of the attraction. If proper terms are arranged Ijeth- bridge will be: one.; of the six cities between Vancouver 'and Winnipeg to secure" the attraction: the. others "being Nelson. Calgary, Moose Jaw and Regina. As .Lethbridge is i entitled to such a .treat :that.-.-comes i only too seldom to it, it is to be hoped that .Mr. Brandow will be able- to make the proper ajrattgements and us Miss _'. Church's Alabastine Lumber 23 123 Olive Oil and Cucumber Soap Biggest value in.market 3 cakes for lOc. J, Johnston QUAirrtWt- J Real Estate E. J. Newton will open up a complete line of Watches, Clocks, jewelry, Cut Glass, Silverware and everything that should be found in an up-tp-date Jewelry Store. Look thirpiiigh our stock. Everytiiirig pew and up-to- datej, will be surprised at our complete line, Brim- full of and fresh desigris; One look through our stock will convince you that we can your de- mands. Tf you lire oat o! town GERMAN'S OLD STAND Some good bargains in Yet to be had Tke C. I. RowiiR llgencj P. I. link PlMK 211 DRESSMAKING Ladies wanting dressmaking and plain sewing-should apply to Mrs. A. George, Crabb St., next White's Furniture Store. 82-6 EACH Two well located lots on Round St. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 QTT BLOCK Theo. Lorch as Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hydi, no equal on the American continent. Tomorrow night Lyceum. SCRIP FOR: South Afri- can at a bargain. Apply to L. S. Riplev; office 8, Macdonald Block. 84-6 LYCEUM 1 TO-NIGHT 4 THEO. LORCH And his excellent company in CURTAIN 8.30 p.m. Reterve 50c. 75c. Admioion 25c. TO-MORROW NIGHT OP, Jekyll and Mr, NOW ON SALE W, R. DOBBIN 4 CO. 112 ;