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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H J H 5KEITH (WiiM) Ifek) I NSURANCE: THE PLACE TO: STAY FROZEN! I This sort of weather is haul on water pipes. If prs need attention don't neglect them. We can look after ail repairs promptly and do them J neatly and without mess RAZOH AUTOMATIC i" The Store of Quality Lenten Delicacies You will enjoy the Len'teu sdft'soii keep your table supplied with some of: these: Prime Olive Oi! The message of Olive Oil to Try it and note results Nutritious and wholesome, the perfect nut food Pan Van Pickles I Delicious and appetising The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodle Stafford aud Hick Wakely PHONE: Q 2. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk Received pieces of Printed and Inlaid Linole- ums direct from the mills in Scotland. Patterns all care- fully selected, and widths 1, 2 and 5 yards. These are now being put into stock and to make hare decided that the bulk of our "old stock, comprising many useful lengths, must so they have been priced accordingly. Hero arc a items vds to H yds for 2 jfc bj vfc hr 2 jib ii for UJfcbjgjfcforSZJ More New Suits for stock. Men a Boys just being put into Perfect style and fit Our Grocery Stock is acknowledged to be fresh and up-to- date. 'Special Offer in Tea-- A large shipment just to hamVdirect-from Marayella Tea Garden, worth 1.25 for B lb.- tin, -but to introduce it will sell all this week for Try it; Headquarters for Crockery and Graniteware SPRING FOOTWEAR. AVe wish to announce the arrival of our Spring Footwear. what we have prepared "for you, We are-certaiuly showing the choicest footwear for men, women mid children. Many new ideas. Our prices will 1x3 satisfactory F COW (ft CO. Uthbridge TSc J. BROWN CO. Ltd. WEATHER A. .I..HOSS, of Ferule, H.C., is .in j dou.Iy ilio ciiy today. Leihbridgo, fair Bishop Van Ornuin and .wife, were in lust night. f Thos. Long, of Long High BULLETIN 15 in Hat, cloudy......... Battlfcford, fair.................. Prince Albert, cloudy, MAGAZINES J U S T K E C E T Y E D SUCCESS ETUDE HARPER'S MONTHLY THE CENTURY LIPPINCOTTS RED BOOK MANY OTHERS Uiver, arrived in the city lost night, j Swift Current, snoxv T. Clarke and wife, of itatlood are in the city today. E. JUillock of Tuber is in the city today. Airs. AV. A. Hamilton will receive on AVednesduy of this week only. Owing to the hall being engaged the 'choral club will not meet tonight j 20 '22 2-1 -12 1st Boor lest of Union Bank 4 Phone 251 Hejjina, .snow Minnedosa; cloudy fair........ Toi't Arthur, cloudy Bulk-tin From Central Oflke An area of high pressure is-passing over the western provinces and much colder conditkms have set in. m Just Arrived Govorimicnl Staud'ard i northern -parts of Alberta and Sas- katchewan and in Manitoba below zero temperatures have been general. J Snow fallen in Alberta and Sou- Medicine Hut has fccL of water .mains on the streets, or about nine miles. Rev. J. S. Chix-ers and them .Saskatchewan, t'inkham went to Haymoml this and cold, generally, ning on church business. j except local snow falls in Manitoba. Keel's store will be open every j light until his big stock is cleared The Socialists are organizing at! Tabor. Mrs. Van Onnan, of TTib-1 ,er, went to Salt "Lako City thismor- to uiit. Ik- lias only one clear it. John IX Anderson and John Bucc ley oi High River were city last night on their way to Kansas j City, Mo. V i A. M. Xanton, oi for I inj? director of the Alberta Railway to- Don't be belliii'd the times and out of date." Have your homo, office or store electri- cally lighted throughout. Let us install a system oi lighting in your home. It wil cost lit- but you very- much. McKENZIE ROY Redpsth.St, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 director Irrigation is -in the city day on an official visit. i E. Snow, W. M. Wolsey, i Win. Duce, of Cardston, were aiv Jon last night's local. C. B. i1 i leaves for England tonight. 1 Supt. Lawrence, Divisionar.Engin- jcer McLeod. and General VB. and JJ. j Foreman Gordon, all of Medicine Hat j paid an .official visit to Tujthbridge this morning. Now is the time., to get big bar- gains at Keel's. Has to get .out. Lease expires. -Never such snaps offered in -tire city Go to Keel's early and tret some of I his "forced sale" bargains. Grand .Representative next buildings. work an London. "Kngland. -Jus, Xaekay, of-G. F. .1. Gait, Winnipeg, formerly with A. Macdon aid Co. of this city, is in the city today. W. Holstein of the Jaffray Manu FUNERAL CF LATE j. L. STOVALL facturing Co. of Columbus, Ohio, was 'Miss of the Central School staff was- taken to .the; Hospital this I morning to undergo an operation for i appendicitis. the city yesterday, D. ;Lf. Hardie. ,L' visit to the local lodge Saturday flight. He will address a public meet the guest of the lute -John Sto- i vail yesterday- afternoon veiy daughter ..of- May-; Iargel' -attend'rtL .Representatives oi or Henderson, will make the draw. on; nearlj. (.vory jn the city Wednesday night, April that will) wwf number of tell -the winner of the sewing .machine j Timers in a to pay of the K. of P.'s at 9 o'clo-ck in !offered', by H. '.-Persons ]ast tribute to an the K. of'JP. hall. All-present and have.' not deposited coupons in the honoivd theit body. The T _ I T 1 T _ _ 1 _ P _ _ _ 1____.1__' f-box, should do so before Wednesday at five o'clock. Capt. H. H. lioss has purchased j Why Pay RENT When will han- dle a Five Roomed COTTAGE, central- ly located. Balance on very easy R. V. Gibbons OU. Block none 22! past members are invited to be sent. Rev. C. C. McLaurin of Calgarj-, of llaptist the steamer "City of McdL-ine Hat Alberta, and Thos. Underwood, of 1 the company which built Calgary, managing director of 6ie operated the boat last year. Capt service was hold in St. Augustin's church bv the rector. Rev.' J. S. Chi- EAGLES' JOLLY SMOKER When we do it, we do it well is a maxim uhich the Eagles try to ob- serve always. The ".smoker given by the nest last night was a huge succo-ss and the committee ;are being congratulated on the way the affair was ma Gaged. "'he out-of-town Eagles came from Medicine..Hat, Pincher holm, Seattle, and Victoria.' "Every local Eagle had been looking for- ward to having a rousing time, and they all turned out, bringing with them birris of a: different feather. The whole flock numbered four hundred and fifty. Gus Neidig presided.. The program was contributed to by local and out- side talent. -Did they-have refresh- and from there, the body was ments they did. Diamond Coal Co., arrived last night to" attend the funeral of tlic late J. W; Sinclair at Diamond City this af- ternoon. The Fcrnie ledger says: ISFr. Louis Stockett, general manager Pacific Coal Co., ha.s taken up his residence ut Hosmer in order'to be near the important engineering work he' is i ungagefl upon at Hosmer. Mr. Stock ett is verj- popular among his work- j ers and will be welcomed as a citizen ;of our valley. you can just reckon They can't see -why-evcry- 'hody doesn't get busy and learn '.10 riot to say "Who, who, who" Tloss, it is understood, will continue, lo run the steamer from Medicine i Higinbothnm, Hut to points Up the river and will! Mucbeth, A. L. C. B. Bowman, handle the supplies for the Southern j 'E. A. Shavman, Rodgers and D. Alberta Land Company's operations i Brodie The oak casket was i with tributes frrmi friends. at Bow River. The Aerial Company of Fort Wil-; liam writes the Herald saying they have been unable to kesp -their pro- to. those who assisted their rep- CARD OF THANKS omorro APRIL 1st The business of the Western Transfer Co. passes into the hands of. Long Bros. They solicit your orders for 4444444444444444444444 One of the finest residences in Lcthbridgc, containing II 4 rooms, fully modern. AJso good stable. Located on four in the best resi- dence section of the city. Price Alberta Realty Co t we offer our stock of assorted .painU at 11.75 per gal., regular per gal. BUY HAYR BROS. Svceessors to G. L. 75 ;