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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Thursday, March 24.1910. LUMBE For the Best at Lowest -------PRICES PIONEER LUMBER YARDS Main Yards: Round Street North Ward Yard Westminster Road ROBINSON MORDEN GENERAL MERCHANTS We have just placed in stock a large consignment of Dry Goods and Boots and Shoes. are handling the well known "McCready" shoes which are unequalled for quality, style, eorm'ort and wear and our prices are the same as on other goods, "very reasonable." Men's Tau Boots; This boot is niada from best quality box calf skin. Very tsih and very serviceable, our price Men's Box Calf Blucher made from good quality box calf skin. Well sewn through- out. Our special price per pair Working Boots. This 'boot is made from good quality grain leather, med- ium heavy soles, Blucher cut; our price pair Miners' Boots. This boot is mode especially for rougih and has heavy spik- ed soles. Our price per pair Is Hish Boots, same as above, but with high top. extra quality. Our price per pair Men's Patent Leather Blu- chers, with kid top. Our price per pair Boys' Box Calf Blucher, sizes 1 to 5: just the tiling for school wear: our price perx pair Youths' Box Calf Bluchers, sizes 11 to 13: our price per pair Women's Choc. Bluchers, made from best quality Dongola leather, very styl- ish and comfortable; our price per pair Women's "Solid Comfort" iboots; this boot is made from good quality Dongola leather, Blucher cut. and plain toe; our price per Women's Dongola Buskin, a very comfortable shoe for '.morning wear; our price per pair Box Calf Blucher, an extra good boot for school wear; our price per pair is Misses' Pebble Blucher, made from good quality pebble ieather; our price per pair ItEAL ESTATE MEN PAY UP A LOCAL BUDGET H. Anderson has purchased a re- sidence on Ashuiead Street where he [payment of Licenses Fol- I AWcrman Sage left this afternoon lOWS Council's Be- on a business trip to Edmonton. He will be away three or four days. ClSlOll carload of good, heavy, well-bro- ken mares, weighing from 1300 to The Heal EsUite Association held a meeting in W. R. Dobbin's office j last night to await Che counsel's de- cision in regard to -the real estate H- 1 cense tlie report was I brought by (Mr. Ives that the amend- ment suggested -by the association 1600 Ibs. and aged from 1 to S years will be sold at the Farmer's Feed Barn on Wood Street, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. There will be a meeting of St. Au- gustin's Church Vestry tonight after service to consider the report and rec- GROCERIES-Our Weekly Specials Oysters, 2 'Ib cans, each 25c Oysters, 1 Ib cans, each 15c Sardines, Balaklava Brand, 4 cans for ...........25c per dozen cans ......65c Sardines. Albert Brand. '1 cans for ............25c per dozen cans Sardines, King Oscar Brand, each ........-.......I5c (Per dozen cans .....51.75 'Salmon. Summit. -Brand, 2 tins for ............25c Salmon, Yacht Brand, 2 tins for..................35c Salmon, Shamrock Brand. per tin ..............20c Acadia Codfish, in 2 Ib 'box- es ..............----30c in 1-2 cans, 2 cans for Lobster .in 1 Ib cans, ea 45c Kippered Herring, Canadian, 2 cans for ...........25c Holland Herring, per teg 90c LMaconochie's Kippered Her- ring, 2 cans for ......35c Herring in To- nisito sauce, 2 for ----35c Wagstaffe's Jam, all flavors, 5 Ib. pafl ...........80c Smith's Jam, all flavors, 5 Ib -pail .................75c Victoria Cross Jelly, 5 Ib pail for .................65c C. B. Jams, all flavors, 7 Ib can Jelly Powder, the Trophy torand, 7 for .........50c Or 15 East India Relish, very deli- cious, per bottle ......35c Worcestershire Sauce, 2 bot- for .............25c Gherkins, Sterling brand, 2 bottles for ...........35c PSckles, Lobby's, per bottle 40c We have a 'large supply of strictly Fresh Eggs at rea- sonable prices. PRINTS AND GINGHAMS 12 pieces good qualiiy print, all newest patterns; our per yard ----12 1-2c 12 pieces extra good quality print, newest patterns; our price per yard .......15c 10 pieces gingham, assorted good quality; our price per yard .......15c 2 only pieces apron gingham blue and white check, 45 inches extra good quality; our price per yard is ..................20c Ask for prices on Flour, Rd. Oats, Bran, Shorts, Oats, Etc. Highest prices paid for butter, eggs, and other farm produce. We pay freight.on all cash orders of and over to all points within 50 miles of Lethbridge.. Robinson Morden inson Box 2005 North Lethbridge on Phone 135G i been passed it was decided to emendations of committee on a site for new church, uav the licenses as reuuesteu under! Games Imsen, tiie settler irom the new regulations. j Tillbury, who was struck by the Those members for whom summon-j flyer yesterday, is some better today. ses had been issued appeared in 'the j He was injured in the ribs, shoulder police court this morning and pleaded and head, but with present prospects guiity, agreeing to pay the licenses and costs of the court. The following agents have paid their license fee of 550 and che charg- es were withdrawn upon the payment of the costs of 'Che police court pro- ceedings: R. V. Gibbons, Lethbridge- Weyburn Realty Co., Skeith Tilley, Iowa Alberta Land Co.. 0. Ken- it is hoped that he will recover. His wife and son have come in from Rocky Coulee to visit him in the hos- pital. The following will represent the Sons ot England in the big football match tomorrow afternoon: Goal, Sumner; backs, Farris, and Firth; half backs, Farmer, Bob Chiswick Co., vV. R. Dobbin, A. E. Ives, F. G. and Stephenson; forwards, Wddington, Alberta Realty Exchange Fairbrother, W. H. Johnson and T. E. Patteson. The Southern Alberta. Loan and In- vestment Co. had been served with a summons but did not appear so nhe charge against that company was pro- ceeded with. The chief of police stat- ed that he had this morning received a cheque for for license fee for real estate agents and as insur- ance agents. The magistrate imposed a fine of 25c and costs for non-ap- pearance. Altogether thhe amount of 'was received in real estate and insurance license fees this morning. EASTER SERVICES ANNOUNCEMEN On Good Friday services will be 'held in St. Patrick's Church at 9 a.m. and at 7.30 'and on Satur- day servicie begins at S a.m. Easter services: Children's mass at 9 ajn. at which the members of Bartholomew, Holber- ton, Barber and Joyce. Reserves, Faunch and Smith. The above will kindly be at the Balmoral Hotel to dress at 2.30 sharp. E. D. Harrison, generally known as "Buck" Harrison, who was associat- ed with C. P. Harris here, is in trou- ble in Calgary. He was down here a few days ago and an order was sent from Calgary to have him ar- rested, which was accordingly none. He was let out on his own recogniz- ance, agreeing to go to Calgary. He ..was placed under arrest on arciv- al in Calgary. He is charged desertion of his employer. About 1.30 this morning the city Fire Brigade responded to an alarm of fire in some cars standing on a spur track near Number 3 mine. As it was out of reach of the'waterworks system only the chemical could be used and before the fire was all ex- tinguished the brigade had to return I' i l __________________________________________ I HAMS BACON Swift's Premium Ham, 25c per Ib. Swift's Premium DOc per Ib. Armour's Hams, 22c per Ib. Armour's Bacon, 2uc per Ib. Canadian Hams, 2lc per Ib. Canadian Bacou, 23c per ib. Boiled Ham, 35c and 40c per Ib. u> r> I ____________________ i CHEESE Canadian Cheddar, 20c per Ib. Gorgonzola, 50c per Ib. Roquefort, 55c per Ib. Swiss Cream, 35e per Ib. Ingersoll Cream, 20c per Ib. McLaren Imperial cheese in jars. Camembert in tins, 65c per tin. BUTTER Fresh creamery butter erriv- ing daily. EGGS New laid, per dozen. 40c. Fresh arrivals every day. Kerr's IS WHERE YOU GET QUALITY AND EXTRA VALUE FOR YOUR DOLLAR Phone 1453 GROCERIES CANNED VEGETABLES Peas, 2 cans for 2nc Corn, lOc; per can. Beans, lOc per can. Tomatoes, 2 for 25c. French Peas, 2 cans for 45c. Every can guaranteed. 1UUITS Plums, 2 cans for 25c. Blueberries, 2 cans for Peaches, 20c per can. Pears, 20c per can. Strawberries, 2 for 35c. Raspberries, 20c per can. Pineapple, lOc per can. Pineapple, 2 cans for 25c. Pineapple, 20c per tin. FISH Fresh Herring, 2 for 25c. Herring in tomato sauce 2 for 35c. Finnan Haddie, 15c per can. Cod Fish in boxes, 35c per box. Bloaters, 2 for 35c. Shrimp, 2 for 35c. Salmon, lOc per can. Sardines, Norwegian, 4 for 25c Sardines, French, 2 for 35c or 15c per can. Teas Coffees Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily -he Catholic Temperance Union will DUt the brigade flid thelr The deadlock ot miners and oper- ators in Cincinnati over the miner's to "the hall to have the engine for increaseff wasesl charged with chemicals. The alarm lcontinues Eoday was late in arriving at the fire ball attend in a body. High mass at 11 a.m. Evening service at half past Special music appropriate for Easter will be provided for these Itev. ftati-ep' .Rtpfjasthail. make up for that delay. 0. T. Lathrop has returned from LAND FOR SALE FOR cash will handle Minneapolis accompanied by his wife and two children. Thev will reside J160 acres finest wheat land in South- ern Alberta: balance in small crop payments. Adjoins townsite -section in the house formerly owned by tnin 1S nines east of Lethbridge 0. W. Kerr Co., 229 Ashmead St. ion maj? line Pacific Rail- services. P. P. j VLOUII.I.L.UU v_r u. TIU T i. TLT i.- T way. piece oi level land, Rev. Father Bidauit, assistant at John Hutchmson, oi Alton, Iowa, from scrub( elc Then; St Patrick's, will conduct the Eas-1 also came along and will make his j is positively not a better buy in ter services at Medicine Hat Rev. Father Meyer will Taber on Easter. hold services at home in Lethbridge. He is a veter-' Southern Alberta than this excellent an in the civil war. Mr. Lathrop reports the general conditions oi farm fat. Augustin's Church durinig work uniform all the way between Week there will be a cetebra- of Holy Communion daily at Holy tion 7.30 a.m. and evening service daily at 7.30 also special services on Good Friday at the hour of noon. piece of land. It is the cream of wheat land. Go and look at south- east quarter 31-9-lS-i. Get off train at Chin and you can walk to prop- here ami Minneapolis, the most The fare to Chin from Leth- Rear Admiral John Entwistle, U. S. N.. retired, died at his home in Pat- erson, X. J., today, at the age of 16 years. R. Rattray and Sons, Ltd., ware- house men and general merchants, of Quebec and Montreal, are in liquida- tion. Liabilities are about GOOD FRIDAY AT ST. AUGUSTIN'S ward he has ever seen for this time ot vear. Cornell and Travis' gent's furnish- ings store on Round St., opposite the bridge is fifty-five cents. When you see land yau will know that every word in this advertisement is based on facts. Dil worth, Tomorrow rwlll be Good Friday, de- creed .by the state to be a .public holi- day, and also decreed by che spirit and practice a Holy-Day. of Christendom to be Shoe Talk A lady came into my store yesterday and bought a pair of fine slices. Nothing re- markable about that, but she said she never knew there was a shoe store in the 'North especially one where such an assort- ment of stylish footwear was kept. This being the fact, it is up to me to spill some printers'" ink. so that all the North Ward people may know that this is an up-to-date shoe store with prices that cannot be beaten in town. goods are not marked up or down. They arc marked right. 'Call and be convinced. The Crosby Shoe Store Percy L Crosby, Prop. Kennedy Block, North Ward Alexandra Hotel, opened for business illan- 'today. The members of this firm have had a wide experience and have well selected stock of the best makes of clothing and gent's-furnish-' ngs. They are determined to build i p a reputation for handling goods of! Duality and selling at right prices. It will be noticed by referring to their Apply to owner, Denbigh Leiand Hotel, tWinnipe "The Success of The Century" The Man From Home Majestic Theatre-Special Tonight Farewell Performance "FAUST" Friday Night ad in yesterday's Herald that the! >rands of clothing, shoes, etc., sold by this firm are recognized as being I amons; the very best makes. All men are invited to visit the store and in- spect the stock. it is called Good Friday from the effects of Our Saviour's suf- ferings and those good things He ihas purchased lor by ,His death. It is the anniversary of the death of the Saviour and Redeemer of man- kind. Who. on itbe anniversary of his mother's death could, if he recalled i 'her memory, could spend the day in pleasure and enjoyment? 'What chen of this anniversary! There will be services in St Aug. church at 7.30 12 o'clock noon and 7.30 p.m. The service ai noon is the service of the day; al English people are asked to attend that service and any others who care tnus to spend Good Friday are in i vited. They will be cordially wel corned and books will be provide i for their use. The nature of the service will b a genes of meditations, addresses and! gr00t Summers on on the seven utterances of our; Saviour from the cross. The object of the service is to en- ter into Christ's sufferings and 'thus got a deeper realization of the cost of Redemption. SUMMERS STOCK CO. IS RETURNING The Summers Slock Company -whose two weeks' engagement here a short 'time ago presented such a popular series of productions, are 'billed to appear again at the 'Majestic, com- mencing next Monday. The Sum- mers Stock Company proved them- selves to be away ahead of 'the aver- age by their plays .here and che Im- mense popularity which receiv- ed was well morited. On their return they are presenting on Monday "A Prisoner of War." and on Tuesday, "The Christian." A crowded "house Fee >arn PREMATURE EXPLOSION INJURES THREE MEN l Victoria, March Trawtniller, i I A Cornisimian, lost the sight of both' "Is it nothing to you all ye thnti eyes; Anderson, a Swede, lost pass by: have ye no sorrow unto My I both hands, and J. Piotro. an Italian.! I two fingers of his right hand through I the premature explosion of a charge Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver j and have been praised by thousands i of women who have hecn restored to i health through their gentle aid and curative properties. Sold by 'druggists. ol Ray miles from here today. while working on the seventeen Wm. Barnes, 30 years old, was elec- i trocuted by live wire on a street rail- way at Wel land, Ont., last, night. HORSES Public Auction AT THE Farmer's Lethbridge on Saturday, March 26th At 2 p.m. by W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer One car load of good heavy well broken mares weighing- from 1300 KJOO Ibs. each, age from 4 to 8 years old; will be sold positively without reserve. cash; balance 1st Nov., 1010, will be given on tjirnishing bankable paper with interest at 8 per cent per annum. A discount of 5 per cent, per annum will be allowed off for cash. ZH w, I 1 I ;