Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
Our tinsmiths hud metal 'workers are mechanics of and science. 'Whether they are called upon to uiaUeasmull cake- eutter or to roof a building that same care is exercised that has made our shop famous for good workman- ship. 4 4 PLUMBERS A good plumber is a rarity and we are proud of ours. Our best plumbing adver- tisements are our custom- ers. We shall be glad to 6gure on any alterations or installations you would like. t formaldehydB should be used to prevent Smut in Wheat and 'Oats' 1 Most effective in prevent- ing Smut 2. Least injurious to vitality of tfrain, 3. Increases the yield. 4. Simplest to apply. 5. Cheapest. J3. Can be bought guaranteed pure and full strength from 4 4 4 4 The McKeown-liick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk AND DISTRICT F. (Jonndu's roadmen's The Store of Quality Saturday Specials Smith lib Jam at -s- 15c Full line of Oranges and Grape Ask for soine of those choice Table Figs at 15 cents per.lb Nelson Fraser is in the city. Jl- li- hatrister, casli announce Calgary; cloudy 4 PHONE o j 4 in today's-paper. and -McClure areex- to reiurn from the F.ast JO- WEATHER BULLETIN i Kdmonloii, fair have a fit SPUING We- of our -Spring ,Come; sea what wo prepared, for ure 'certainly., owing, the clioioWi footwear for men ,Vo men and children. Many newvidefts. "Qur prices as' usual Ui, 'satisfactory F COW THE CLOTH IS UNLESS IT IS CUT IT WOJV'T FIT ybu WELL WHEJf MADE IJfTO A SUIT. -REMEMBER THE SUIT THAT WILL FIT THE OTHEIt FELLOW FIT you: MUST COME TO A STOKE HAS SUITS ENOUGH 7jV IT IF yOU TO GET OJtE THAT. WILL FIT yOU KIGHT. WE CAItlty A BIG STOCK... ner smoke. scattered snow falls th. .Jf.'PurmauVdrove in 30 horses from 1 hLs ranch tit C.irdston -The bunch aieTor .sale. 11 Choice imported Cigars A full line of B.B.B. Pipes All kinds of Tokccos R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters 1 Oeutlcuien's .shoes soled and heeled in 30 if you are in aj F. German's. Wilson oi Michigan is in- the city and locate on the- Gamnwge farm which he has purchased. Messrs. Wiiddinglon Gibbons are making improveiuonts in the appear- i j ance of the auction mart this week. K and- ;f. just'open- ed up an elegant display of children's head wear: -'They inspection., I TJie "Kagles'' hold'a smoker ha night I next. Invitations are being issued. Lvil "Eagles" ai-e expected to attend. "piano and a, horse an ad. in the Herald. -He.sold-the piano the nest day and on 'the second clay sold the Some light have occurred in kutchcAvun hut for the most _iweathec the prairie provinces has. I been fine and quite cold. Below zero! temperatures have been general. j and Saskatch-j winds.. with a show S A WE'D OUT foil. Albeitn, fair and milder. CLOTHING IS fiOT SLUJVG TOGETHER "By OF CLOTHES' TtUT HAJVD-SCISSO'RE'D AA1> THE BEST TAILOHS. pUll fRICE WILL ALSO f LEASE yOU -BECAUSE IT TAK.ES OftLy, SIS TO GET COOT) SUIT OF CLOTHES AT STOKE. j'Celery, Bhuburb, also' Dates' and to arrive today -i Fancy fable 2 for 25c GODI) GO. Phone newly! Jlatepayers' Association .will ,hold their second meeting on Wednesday nighfc at 8 o'clock in Ihc" Labor Hall. All in- lerostcd to attend. An unusual sight greeted the pass- ers-by on Round Street this morn-i ing. It is stated by an old-timer' that never since 1S9S when there was a rush of settlers to the Edmonton district from Montana has a yoke of o.xen beau seen in the city. This morning a pair of oxen newly broken drove down the street. Mrs. J. Caldcr and her daugh- treal. Mrs. Calder has been advised Vrealf M Caldcr has been advised on account of ill health to go to a different climate. She will be away 1 geant i for an indefinite _timc and will go to Muskoka the winter is over. Her many friends trust that she soon return completely restored to health. The Prank Paper says: Word has come from Edmonton that A. G. Trclle, foimerly -of Frank and Cole- has the misfortune recently, to ft. SOUTHD'S STORE rcJHome of Swell Clothes AM DISPLAY OF IN SILK AND MUSLIN L. (Q. j. McLEAY late .sergeant in the 1st Battalion of 'the 22nd formerly of Norton "Woods. Derbyshire, died today at his home in He' had been residing in--the" (rtly for about two yeais and leaves' a wife but no famjlv. i4 riuy.s, a fonuer C.P.ll. conductor on this line has returned from Fort William and will run oh the Medicine Hnt local.' J. family have returned from spending' the, winter at Los Angeles.1 They will go out to their ranch near Ciaresholm. Just Arrived r Standard FDRitm 444 44 444444444 suffer a very bones, of .one fracture of the; He was riding j PICK THIS UP 31iss E. A. of New Ham- from his mine to town his burg, Ontario, sisiter oi S. C. "WitwerjhorMJ fell on _him. It was stated at is expected to airivc here on April joiiC time' that he would likely lose 2nd to take a position with the the leg but nothing definite as to Good Co. As the company are putt- j that been learned. ing in a stock of groceries they increasing their staff next month. LOST 820 Acres miles from station-------- e __j_- _ Weber Bros. Lethbridge Alta. A. B. Gushing, manager fnr Gush- ing llros. Co., .Ltd., of Calgary, is, in the 'city today in the interests, of i F- s his firm. }Ir. Cashing has nothing but good words for Southern Alber- ta. Tie stated that business in Ins 1 line is more brisk at than at any other centre- In his opinion A newly soled and heeled bov's j shoe. Would ,finder kindly return to i OI-2-p, the outlook for our city is brighter than that of any other city in the province. Trade has increased more i during few in South- crn Alberta than in any other dis- under-stand that Mr. Harry. M. j trict. Bceby, bookkeeper to Messrs. John j------ Gmm Sons, expects to leave for j South America this spring where he! has boen offered an appointment on 4 4 4 4 a coffee plantation. SHORT BLOCKS Price A Wagon Load at the- Yard t oar fcrtli of tiis Just FEESH SUPPLY FORMALIN Government Standard Bottled and Balk----- 4 J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist DIED -at Lethbridgt on [arch 27, Wiliam James Biggins, Ite -of Norton Derbyshire, 1 gftd 60 years, 4 months and ays. j The funeral will take place tomor-j row (Saturday) afternoon from St. j Vugustin's" church to.the Chiirch of? Ingland cemetery. j FKRMERS I have all kinds of land to sell on the crop payment plan CAU. AND TAtK IT OVER W.R. DOBBIN Dealer iu Alberta Lands and Leth bridge Properties LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. BCUNNiflGHIlNI CO. While it lasts we ofTor our stock of assorted paints at per regular per gal. BUY EARLY H AYR BROS. SATURDAY BARGAINS The Saturday Bargain list prepared for tomorrow should Mke.the Grocery DepartMit the busiest spot iii tran. Look ner- the list aai! see iherrw sate yw ioiq Soaps 25c Lines for 15c per box of Three Cakes. Thih is our regular stock, quality guaranteed, put up in fdncyj boxes. The variety Hose, Hyaeinthc, Liiy of Valley, Carnation. White Clover. Not more two to a customer. t Special Saturday Bargain, Per Box Glycerine Cakes 'for 15c 25c 20c Guaranteed' 40 Formaldehyde, tlie great destroyer of _ S M XTT in seed 272 FREE DELIVERY any time MbertaDnqaRlBookCo. L'li-WUI, Ip. We qfforing the lots iu the, I North Ward at 4 4 Each -tr down and monthly Also lots Argyle Avenue t t 4 4 water and sewer Cash A SNAP I t T" (LB, Bowman Upcy P.O.Btck TOMATCT CATSUP, Regular-i For E. D. Smith's Pure Tpmato CaUup, -In Pint Bottles, sold'regular- ly for SJc For H EI Nf "TbM ATO CATSU P, Regular For fic 20c Huntley and Philippine -monds. Regular price, per TOc, Saturday HUNTLE.YA PALMER'S ACORNS, Something Fine. TRegular price per pound, Tic. Saturday i...............-................... ft Sk m C.P.R. IHEB Successors to G. L. VTOOWAR M 4 THE CASH STORE: ft JactaW Co. Cash Announcement On and after April 1st, 4n order to give the best value possible, business will be done on a cash basis. Mon- thly accounts only be continued with our regular approved con- tractors and merchants. Approved ranchers accounts can also be arrangsd. All others cash. Upm strictly cadi HUDSON'S BAY C'