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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta flWST JOB PRINTING AT "Tne HERALD HT fur? during _ tin- ih-.'ttioy art- swreU. ironi havo mt'tluxl. Tin- way is to air the furs in the sun" for a day. ,hou put them iu a moth Occasionally gm Iht- furs an jiirinsr during thi- carry an assortment the wiih coat hans.vrs. J.O. HiginliothainSCo.ltil Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. TheStorc of Quality Have you tried PHONE 21 For your Groceries Yonr neighbor bas and is satisfied with what she gets and how she gets it. 200 Boxes of No. I Washington Upples sr 0. BRADBEER CD. Bui) Grocer) Start It Easter Cards I Post Cards AND Gift Books iirson's BOOK STOBI 1st Oner ftssi of Union Benk phons 251 Agents for Underwood" Typewriters. T f j c -Jensen leit this morning hHhomestead near Bowville. Don't miss "Trilby" on Friday j night at the Lyceum. j A. C. Keuunis of Pincber Creek was: in the city last night- Uradv of Iron burmirS; in the city for a week Mr. Galvin Grassy Lake is in thftj "siiy your seats early for "A Gilded tonight at the Lyceum. V dance will be held in the Jlon-j arch hall tonight. Murch 24th. A -rood time promised- i Excavation work bas started at thfij corner of PuiTerin and Crabb sirwtsj for the new court house. j George Beaton nas the contract iorj a large addition to Tin-pin's warp-J house. I little irirl came to the home or Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Weller on Satur- dav morning. Smith Bros, and Wilson have been awarded the contract for A- Barn- Isley's store' building on Crabb St. Thos. H. Woolford an-d Edxr. .1. Wood o! Cardston were in town last. Q1Ieats now on Sale for Friday night when the great dramatic success of i years will be presented by Mr. laore Lorch and his company, Tril- bv." Dan Morton Morris, u. young iran 1 from Brake, North Dakota, died here To our Readers One of our type-setting i nachi practically out of business, and until repairs come from Mon- treal the paper will neces: sarily be late in reaching subscribers. It is also necessary to reduce the size of the daily during, the remainder of this oo 20 21 22 10 80 WEATHER. Emnon.ton, clear 42 Calgary, clear Lethbridge. clear 5S Medicine Hat. clear Retrina. clear Winnipeg, cloudy .12 38 Bulletin From Central Office Some-light local snowfalls have oc- curred in Manitoba, otherwise the -.veather all over the prairie provinp- es has been mostly tine. Mild con- ditions have in all districts. FORECAST Manitoba and Saskatchewan, fair .jrvd. moderately cold. Alberta, uur and mild. i I They Clear a Husky Voice T I i on Saturdav. aged thirty-five years. Goodwin's tremendous New York success, "A Glided Fool at the Lyceum by Theo. Lorch and his company. W K Hull OJ Culeary has acauircri possession Qf the Shepard Block on Round St. having purchased it from -'Co. who erected Throat troubles, no matter how insignificant are ex- tremely disagreeable, espec- ially to those who sing or speak iu public. Our Bronchial Troches soothe "and heal the'irritated vocal, orsani and give relief surely and quickly. the Standard Land it. Mrs. Dalzel. who lives south of ;iIXS. UctlACl. rt i Monarch accidentally shot herself yes- terday. Her husband extracted the bullet and she is doing nicely. Theo Lorch and his excellent com- pany in "A Gilded Fool" at the Ly- car on ceum. Geo. Russell, of West Hope. arrived yesterday with three loads of effects. He will locate the Long Bow Ranch. ..An advertiser in today's issue of- i fers for salt- a. transfer business with lone of the best connections in Leth- j bridge. Send communications to i City. p L 1 E. G. Owen, of Minneapolis., ilinji..- DOX I has come to the city to join, the staff r 'of the O. Vv. Kerr Co. Mr. Owea.is i IIHertaflroflanilBookCo, Prescription bpecmlists I. I, IPfJj-MgTv.. a nephew of R. M- Owen, the vice-pre sident of the company. the "latest settlors to with their effects are Arlolph Olsen. from St. Cloud. 'Minn., who