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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 Ihe Lothbridge Daily Herald, Monday, March OUR AMBITION Is To Fill The Bill For A Greater Lethbridge First Prize com- petitiii id, Submitted by Cliime Iberiock WE handle all kindi of fine dressed and rough lumber, including scantlings, boarding, ceiling, roofing, siding, shingles, laths, etc. ALSO doors, windows and frames. LSO a complete stock of lime, brick, plaster, ce- ment, building paper? tar paper and coal. AND we have the agency for Ruberoid Roofing ND everything is the best of its kind. THE Pioneer Lumber Co. LTD LOCAL BUDGET There was no police court" held this morning, it being a court holiday to- ,day. E. W. McMullen, manager oi the Merchant's Bank. Calgary, spent the Easter holidays in the city, return- ing this afternoon. There will be a of Lethbridge football club in the clutt. 'rooms at the Caledonian hall to- ;luorrow nigtit at 8 o'clock.' R. A. -Fairbrother had a ;bad fall from his bicycle this morning'on Red- path Street, without fortunately any permanent serious injury. J. B. Wilkie, formerly vith the Roy al Collieries here, arrived.in the city today to go into business in com- pany with D. King; Gcaeral meeting; of the S.O.E. fnot- ball club at the Barracks tonight a: 8 o'clock sharp. All members and intending members are to attend. Plans have been prepared liv .1. A MacDonald for a new brick two-sto- rey block for Misses L. Had .J. Me The choir oi St. Austin's Church I eld a song service in the Gait hos- pital yesterday afternoon. S. J. Shepherd had as his guests j over Easter, Mrs. Palmer and Miss Shepherd, also Mr. Palmer, of Cal- ;ary. A number of Lethbridge people, in- cluding Mrs. J. R. Anderson. Miss Wilson Miss Neale, Mrs. McCuliough 1 Messrs. Seatle McCullough and Fisher spent Easter in Calgary. Conservatives of the city and dis- trict are requested by the committee in charge not to forget the meeting' in the Caledonian Hall tomorrow (Tuesday) evening for the purpose ol electing delegates to attend the Na- tional Conservative Convention at Ottawa. J. Rochon has added another labor saving device to his already up-to- date ice cream parlor in the shape of an electric automatic. carbonator. This is a machine of recent invention and Mr. Rochon.has the first and onlv one used in Alberta. It gener- WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, March being j Easter Monday, Liverpool and Winni- grain markets were closed. Chi- cago and 'Minneapolis from j 1-2 to 5-S over Saturday's close and held steady till the close. There were 1 one or two spurts during die day but prices fell back closing a fraction un- der the opening. There was very little rain reported from the winter wheat belt over Sunday and plenty ot" crop damage reports from some sections. VSrorld's shipments lor -the week were about nine millions. Chicago opened: -May 114 1-S, Julj IDS 3-4; closed: May 114 1-S, July 10S Minneapolis opened: (May 1L4 5-8 July 115 1-S; closed: May 114 3-S July 114 7-8. Winnipeg curb opened 106 3-S and closed lOfJ 1-2. FOR to sell inside Leay on the site of their present store'ates the soda water fpr the fountain ot- ten days, 6 roomed house, all mod- TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION and waitresses Applv at once Alexandra Hotel Cafe. S9-0 FOR house on Bar tie tt street, water, light and sewer. Open April 1st. Rent Apply Dr. Rusk, Round street. S9-1 on Redpath Street. E. H. Feathcrstonehaugh has open- ed up an office in the post office build- ing. He is handling the Empire type- writer and general insurance busi- ness. Ernest-Kenny of the Calgary Cus- toms office stafi is spending the holi- by automatic action forces ic from the basement to the fountain- R. G. Addison, the undertaker, has returned from a trip the leading eastern St. Paul, Chicago, troit, Hamilton and to a number of cities, including Cincinnati, De- Toronto where he secured the very latest and best apparatus for embalming and is now .days in the city with his brother Fred Kenny, Bartlett St. Equipped to render the public the very Miss M. E. Sutherland, of the Med-'best service in this work. He pur- icinellat public school staff is the! chased a laree stock oi undertaking icine Hat public school staff is the [supplies. He will have a lady, assis- over Easter. Itant in connection with his business W. A. Buchanan, M.P.P-, C. jand will be able to look after the Ivcs, and S. J. Shepgerd attended work satisfactorily. 'the funeral of the late Colin Genge in j Mr. J. A. Barclay, of Calgary, is Macleod this afternoon. i spending Easter with his daughter. ern, full sized cellar. Take a look at it. Ernest street near Courtland. J. H. White, 1220 Bompas street. i( MOVING