Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 14

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Wednesday; March 23, ASTER Store I have just put in stock a large consign- ment of-Men's Style-Craft Tailored Clothing consisting of the best all wool English wor- sted fabrics in greys and blues in various shades and tints, as well as other attractive colors.' These goods are made up in out. two and three button for the man of today To introduce this brand of clothing a in of- fering suits at special prices ranging from. to NEW SHIRTS I have a large range of Men's Negligee shirts with and without collars in Zephyrs. Prints, and Satin stripes, from 75c. to EASTER WEARABLES At Great Savings on Thursday and Saturday "THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY" offers some extra special induce merits to Thursday and Saturday shoppers. Come and see ihose special Corsets and the guaranteed Kid Gloves that cannot be duplicated elsewhere for New Model Corsets at only We want to introduce 'this beajtiful model of Corsets. Made by the best of Canadian makers from strong hard wearing.material. But the chief feature is the perfect style. We have 'them in all sizes 1'rom 19 to 24, long and short models. To introduce 'them the price for Thursday and Saturday will be.......... Guaranteed Kidd Gloves at faster shoppers will 'appreciate this money saving opportunity, coming as It does when the need for so many new things is so imperative. Women's Kid Gloves made by the besi French makers, and in all shades of tan, brown, navy, green and also black; every pair guaranteed; Thursday and Saturday......... Aft Lethbridge Furniture Co Dissolut- Men's Shirts About 20 dozen of men's Negligee Shirts in the kuest patterns, some with silk stripes, values at am' a big special for Thurs- day and Saturday SI Under- skirts An heretofore unheard of value, Women's Black Moreen Underskirts with a beautiful Moire iiirish and wide shirred flounce, Thursday and Sat- urday..................... Chihl's Shoes We are going out of shoes Thursday and Saturda; should see a clean sweep every pair of child's shoes up to a pair. The price will be A. Macdcmald Co. A. M. BUNT, Manager We mutt tell the en- tire stock in the next 15 days and in order to do so we are offer- ing the most of the stock at less than Manufacturer's prices. All goods marked in plain figures. O'CONNOR IS CONSERVATIVES 'PRESENTATION OUT ON BAIL ELECT EXECUTIVE Albert O'Connor, formerly night, Al another WeU attended meeting of After the service at Westminster foreman in the X. W. Jobbing Co.' the Conservative Association last ev- Church Monday night the young men's warehouse, was. up before .Magistrate ening an executive committee of ten, I Bible Class aud the members of the Macdougall Tuesday on the charge >wiUl PQWcr to add fivc more to-their j Epworth League .gathered at the 'number, was elected and a eonstitn-1 home of J. B. Gray, the teacher oi of iet ot goo s. tion bylaws adopted. the class. After the class fheld their R. L. Buch. proprietor of the Old; MayQr presidcnt lhe as. (regular business meeting .Percy Hard- ,vl Lunch Car was the first witness sodalion and aflcr the miQ.jing, the president of the class .in a No. 2260 BUFFET in Gold- en Oak or Early English, swell front, heavy beveled British plate SALE PRICE Owl and testified to havin received goods from O'Connor last November, for ulcs Q. presided previous .meeting had been few words told .Mr. Gray of -the high report of the committee j regard in which he is held by the which he ,had paJid O'Connor with Qn conslitution ami bylaws was read j class, and on their behalf presented him with a safety shaving set. In a brief reply Mr. Gray spoke of the loyalty of the class and oi .the that the N. W. Jobbing Co. had re- Hugh A H MCKeowa' pleasure and satisfaction teaching af- fusea to sell him goods, but O'Con-. wcre offhand.. While the con-j forded him. He leaves the city in nor had claimed he had a perfect stitution called for fifteen members a couple of weeks -to be absent during right-to sell the goods. {0 this committee it was'decided to j the summer. During the past few G. "Hastings claimed he was ballot for only seven more, and to the class has grown from n. a -half owner in die' car from Jan. 12 leave five to be appointed by the ten' membership of six to nineteen. cash and meal tickets and received and adopted with one" amendment. from O'Connor receipted, -bills of ProccwiinK to the election of the the N. W. Jobbing Co. He admitted cxecutive committee, W. C. Ives, to Feb. 23. He had received from elected ;menibcrs. ihe itch- Ing .instantly. buyers of Barileii Paiie-n again today fljid unloss suff-iciont rain eomc's soon can look dison> jnfan( SOJJ of am, for higher prices. July 10S 3-8. -May m May in Don't hesitate to try this D. D. July 108 1-2. Prescription. It. is oer-. lam 10 cure aim we MIOW iu win immedi.ite relief from that awful' ireli. For free trial 'bobnle write the D.; D. D. Laboratories, L. H.. 2S Jordan St.. Toronto Johnston Jackson. Druggists. R. G. Addison will be hclo fi >rn i residence of tin- pareri's, '.'r; St., on Friday at 3.30 m. The cral arrangements are in chargu of R. H. Bryant. Rev. A M Gon'mn wil! officiate al the house iud i'ic family plot in the public cemetery. Albert Gordon Wheeler, T i -i b died on Monday at h'x parents home about eight miles north-cast of March 105 1-V Thc was {injn Mov IW ;M. March 105 1-2: thc Haptjsl Churrh this 10G 5-8. :afternoon at two o'clock. 'March 34: May ?5. MrR of Milk Rivt-r is visiting in the city. NO. 240 TABLE DINER. Goklen Oak. highly finished, tf ft. SALE PRICE Mav U4 -l S: July 114 1-4. Co. Opposite Fire Hall L OW Pri rices Lrwlwt you this .store. Guaranteed new laid eggs arriving daily. Today's price per Order your East- er supply now aud make sure that you have them. Fearman's Pea- meal Bacon, the fin- est in the land, price per lb only.... .27c Sliced per We receive com- pliments every day on the quality of our BOILED HAM Yoii get HAM when you I my from us. no rind or ends; price per lb.... 40c JELLIED TONGUE Try a small quan- tity of this at, per We.kno.w you Avill be back for some more. Our special blend Ceylon Tea at per Lb .40o is now the best-tea seller we have iii the place. _0ur JAVA MOCHA COFFEE at per lb..... .'.40c is j ust the coffee you want to make your breakfast enjoyable We would sug- gest .that you try just a small quanti- ty of the a.bovc named tea or coft'ee and if you like it, and think it is worth the 11101103-' we ask for it, we will ex- pect your tea and colTee business; if we will refund you the full pur- chase price of the S'oo ds. This looks like a lair proposition, does it not? NORTHERN SPIE APPLES All Xo. 1 and ev- ery apple as sound as the it was picked from tlie tree Our price per box is only for these very line apples. Leave your ord- ers for bulkor brick ICE CREAM for Hasrer. We are still in the business and you satisfaction. IHt GODfl CO. Class Grocers Ami Wholesale Ice firnoro 1 i Pliouc 525, Prompt Delivery ;