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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMtSt JOi MUNTMG AT "THE life Lethbridge Doily Herald THE rtACE TO STAY fin to to Iftt MUM Mtt We have just received a complete line of Engine Supplies, such as Globe Valves, Angle Valves, Pop Valves, Alberta Steam Gauges, Detroit and Swift Lubricators, Pemberthy In- jectors, and Hard Oil Cups A full line of Pipe and Fittings always on hand THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 I TO-DAY It is JRobertsoirs Store for Book Wall Papers We can save money for you, and that room will look better re-papered Store closes 6.30 p.m. IOIIEIW5 BOOKSTORE lit tar lest of UII'M ink Phem 25! Agents for Undtrwood Something Nice 11 Every box of candy that we sell has a sort of charm that brings people back-again for more. Try a box and you'll join the procession. TVe only sell McCONKEY'8 The Choice of Royalty. lltarta Drag and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I, I. ty, LfTIIIIIBE HJGINBOTHAM is in business for your health. Our dispensing department points the way to health and strength. Your doctor carefully diag- noses the case and writes a prescription. We carefully dispense the prescription ami use only pure, fresh drugs. JJ. Family and Dispensing Chemistg. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Quality Just Received Fresh Bananas Asparagus Rhubarb Tomatoes Oranges and Apples PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CD. fluty illlOl Grocery Store li City fSEEDS Onion Setti, extra small and a splendid variety. Lawn Grass Seed, Sweet Peas, etc. A CONSIGNMENT RECEIVED I Order Early before the Supply it sold out THE GOOD CO. PHONE K HIGH CLASS GROCERS CITY AND DISTRICT. The and Guarantee Co., of Calgary, has been appointed 'guardian of the estate of James Sumner, of Calgary, was some j time ago declared to be of unsound mind. There was not a very large attend- iance on Saturday evening at the i meeting called to re-organize the I Canadian Club. After some informal discussion it was decided to invite ;R. B. Chadwjck, superintendent of Dependent and Neglected Children in to speak at a dinner, and !RCV. J. S. Chivers, R. Ximmons and" CITY AND DISTRICT R. A. Quance, of Jaffray, B. C., spent Sunday in the city. There will be a meeting of the lo- cal miners' union tomorrow. A. B. Cook and George Raley went to Calgary on the local today. A at the home of Mr. and lUrs. Julius Young this morning. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fraync, North Ward, yesterday. Dr. J. K. Barrett, of Winnipeg, ;n-, spector of inland revenues, has been in the city a couple of days on Queen Quality Oxfords For Ladies and Barry Oxfords For Men at 1 I The Workmen's Compensation Act it now in force Employers should insure their the Employ- ers'Liability Assurance Corporation of London, England ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK iI i r; ial business. The funeral of the late Rev. Canon THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, fair 74 46. Medicine Hat, clear 66 44 Winnipeg, clear 38 20 0. D. Austin were appointed a coin- iinittee to coinpiete arrangements, of 'which due notice will be given. At JBogers will take place at ten o'clock the dinner-it. is proposc-d to have a j Wednesday rooming. Mrs. Eogcrs. perfecting of a Canadian Club organ- j with Miss Dora and Clarence, left ization. Since the Shorthand. School of Typewriting- Winnipeg this morning, accompanied by Hon. Robert .Rogers and Dr. Wm. Saskatchewan and j started; something like four months, and warm today and on Tuesday. pi1 Mr. McGregor's pupils have obtained positions in prominent busi- I ness houses in this citv. This speaks well for the McGregor's CITY AND DISTRICT. The gas well equipment has been pulled down. Geo. L. Fraser, supt. oi' the Koyal Collieiers, left last night for a six- weeks' visit lo home at Wester- ville, Nova Scotia, from which he has been absent twelve years. Deloy's Comedians, a combination of pretty girls, funny comedians, tate office, tuneful music, catchy songs, clever acrobats, at the Lyceum theatre all tuition given, and Mr. statement that he can Excavation work on and Saunders' new warehouse is complet- ed and the -cement footings are in place. The building will be a three storey block, 26 by 100 feet. In the basement will be a storage complete pupils in shorthand andjPlant for the preservation of meats. typewriting in 4J months has proved a fact. The offices in which the four pupils have been employed are, the city office, the Bentley Co., the 0-W. Kerr Co., and Mr. Gibbons' real es- The spring classes are now commencing. Angus Macdonnell, the neph- ew of his Excellency the Governor- On May 4th and after No. 7 Flier, (General, was best man at the Lang- westbound, will arrive at Lethbridge at 4.30 a.m., and Xo. S, eastbound. Flier, will arrive at Lethbridge at 0 35 am H. C. Xewendorp, of Xanton, has horne-Phipps wedding on Monday at St. James' church in New York, one of the smartest weddings of the year. MaedonneH has for several years been- the most intimate friend of the been appointed local manager of the bride V brother, Mr. William Lang- Citizens' Lumber Company to sue- j home, of Warren, Va.F and has also coed J. A. Lemmenes, who" has been i a long-time friend of the bride- promoted to the position of assist- groom, Mr. -Paul Phipps. of London. ant to the general manager. j The bride "was very lovely in her A. L. Foster reports that his j satin and bridal veil and no spring wheat is well up and looking beautiful than her four sisters. fine, being in first class condition. He states that his fall wheat .is also i doing well, over 900 acres of which promises a. heavy yield. He figures i that the percentage will be well with former; years. up Owing to the measles epidemic the Wal-dorf Astor Mrs. GakspD, Mrs. Reg- Brooks, and Mrs. Moncure D: Perkins, of Richmond, Va., who, with Mr, and Mrs. William Lting- horne, had been in New York at the Plaza for some time previous to the wedding. The young couple will live London, sailing this beginners' classes in. .the public i schools are still open. Parents hav- ing children oi school age are Free Press. quested to send them at once as io j JIrs- Hutchinson wishes to an- a few days beginners will have to be {Bounce to the ladies that she -has se- refused admission. There is still cured the agency for the "Spirella room for a few pupils in i Corset" in Lethbridge, the most per- OH AND DIS1KICT Mrs. H. J. Goode will not receiva tomorrow nor again, this season. H. J. Goode left on Saturday onjers> are urgently requested to attend a business trip to Minneapolis. Mrs. W- A. Buchanan, will not re- ceive tomorrow. There will be no meeting. of the j mencmS Fortnightly Club tomorrow evening, nor again this season. Misses Dempsey and McColl will receive first and third Thursday even- I ings, corner Argyle and Bartlett [streets. j A union prayer meeting prepara- tory to the evangelistic services, will be held in Wesley church this evening. Dr. Loverin-g, of Lethbridge, is in i Coleman looking after Dr. Q'Hag- feet and artistic corset made, and All members of the Court Star of j guaranteed unbreakable stays and rust proof. See them at 308 Red- path street from 2 till 6, .-Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturdays, cornmehc- garten. Lethbridge, Ancient Order of Forest- jthe meeting of the football section to be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, May 4th. tomorrow com- at 7 o'clock. The meeting is culled one hour earlier than the usual business meeting of the lodge. O'fScers and team selection will be the chief matters discussed. Deloy's Comedians' opens a week's engagement at the Lyceum theatre tonight, and come recommended bjd press and public as one of the best I singing shows of. the season. The j comedy is clean and free from sug-1 gestion, the music is tuneful, the! wardrobe pretty and elaborate. Miss 120-5 an's practice during the latter's ab-jMyrtle the sence in British Columbia. .Hayes, conductor for the C.P.R. out of Lethbridge, left the city last night on a trip to Boston. .It is rumored that he will not return (alone. The S, O. E. meet tonight reading rooms football club will at 8 o'clock in the at the Barracks (by is the feature. Contractors, farmers, hotelkeepers, requiring help, apply Leth-j bridge Employment Bureau. Phone i 197. P.O.Box (S7- Prompt attention to] correspondence. 117-0 kind All members of the society are requested to be pres- ent. See Hill and Ackerman, the Com. edy Acrobats at the Eureka. DeMonde and Novelty and Comedy Singing and Talking act. Any teat in the house 25 Children IS cents. Savt YourJ Money Using Your YOU'LL ENJOY THE GOOD BOARD you get here. It will be "so sound and well seasoned, so easily worked up without waste. And no matter whether you bur a single board or a thousand, each one will be a sample of THE GOOD LUMBER WE SELL If you intend to do any building or tapairiDg this season, have us supply the lumber. That will make the work easier, quicker and pleas- anteri And our prices will wake it- easy on your pocketbook. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 123 ud RUBBER GOODS Hot water bottles, f oun- tain syringes, etc. We buy and sell only the best made A new and fresh lot for spring Hale jntt in J. j, Johnston Prttcription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERi- Buy A URoy ttttl Rangt ion Sale At the Auction Mail 410 ROUND STREET Friday MAY 7, 1909 at o'clock Frank G. Waddington instructed by L. M. John- stone, Esq., will sell by public auction at the mart a Red Light Touring Model A 18.20 h. p. Can be teen and tried by ar- rangemeMts with Howard Case Co. or the auctioneer Phone 261 410 Bound St. butter, eggs and vegetables. The second floor will be used to accom- modate flour and other provisions. This firm has been made distributing agents for Ogilvie flour for this dis- trict. On the upper floor will be the show rooms for wagons, carriages, and automobiles. The old ware- house will be used as a store room for hay aa3 oats. Just such a busi- ness as Messrs Hyde and Saunders will conduct is one that "will prove a convenience to the city. At a meeting of the Union Concert Band held in St. Augustin's hall on Saturday evening, Prof. Tremblay was appointed conductor at a sal-. ary. B. L. Gope was appointed man- ager. A committee was appointed to choose and order uniforms arcd any new instruments necessary. The retiring secretary, W. Brook, hanclsd the books over to the secretary-elect, Rev. J. S. Chivers. The secretary's annual report showed that the band had earned about during the year, and owns all its instruments and music and has a snug surplus in the treasury. Owing to the unavoid- able absence of President E. A. Cun- ningham the chair was occupied by a chairman protem.' It was .decided to a dance on Thursday night, 3Tay 6th. ENGINEERS, Have you seen our stock of Engineering Accessories? We have a complete range of NIPPLES, TEES, MALLEABLE ELBOWS, BUSHINGS, REDUCERS, COUPLINGS, UNIONS, DISCS, GLOBE VALVES, CHECK VALVES, AIR COCKS, STEAM CUACE8 Pemberthy Oilers, Crease Cups, Pemberthy Injectors, Lubricators Call and inspect Our Stock THE McKEOWN HARDWARE CO., LTD, Corner Dufferin and Round Streets BLAIRMORE CEMENT WORKS Machinery "Streets to Be Frank, May George froin Port Elgin, Ont., .who. is largely in- terested in the.! cement works; in tario, is on a visit here -where be is also interested" in the cement works at Blairmore, In an interview .with him he states that the Blairrnore fac- tQTv will commence operations by tbe 1st. of June and that all the material for making cement are within one and a half miles of Blairmore: clay, lime- stone and jcoal which makes the lo- I cation the cheapest place in Canada. They expect to ship large quantities jto Spokane. A consignment of grind- machines- were passed .through the "customs yesterday amounting to .over Duty-paid, More shipments are expected to---, arrive .Dr. Barrow, of Edmonton, Inspec- tor of contagious diseases for the Pro- Alberta, is on a visit-through the Pass. He left last night for the East.''. S. Gebo of the .C. A. C, C. Co. has been in Frank for several days. Some important changes are taking place in the office staff. The town council have agreed with Mr. Gebo to put'seven arc Jamps on the streets which will cost per j month for lighting. The charges for a 16 -c.p. lamp has; been reduced from 80c lor each light- per month. V Dr; 'D.- C.' 'McKenzie, of Bellevue, left .last night for a three months' vacation in Scotland. Your, ft