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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta NNftST JOB PRINTING AT THE: HETRALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY flu la UtkhrUfi tte UllU IITf, We have just received a, complete Engine Supplies, such as line of V v cuv oo, 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. Bos 670 The Store of Quality i Just received another shipment _ CJW1TCB Hams, Bacon and Lard PHONE G. 21 CD. Only UXIOI Brocery Store in City This Week at Good's Our store is loaded with good things to eat. We have just received a large quantity of fresh goods and can supply your wants promptly. The follow- ing; are some of them TO-DAY I i It is Robertson's for- j SPOBTING- GOODS- J Basc Ball Tennis and Lacrosse Store closes 6.30 p.m. t 1 inBnOl'S lit flflflr lRt Of Phcm Agents for Underwood Typewriteri. mmm f i i Seely's Lotusbath This powder will soften and delightfully perfume the bath. It "will also be found very refreshing to use for iDathing the face, removing shine and allevi- ating sunburn. Used in conjunction with good soap It makes an effica- cious shampoo- Price 35c. per bottle We are proud of the variety ef our stock reme- dies. Liniments. Ointments. Colic cares. Condition powders for the stock. Hesse's Pan-a-cea. Hesse's Louse Killer for the poultry. We also dispense veterin- ary prescriptions. J, Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. CITY AND DISTRICT THE WEATHER. .Lethbridge, fair 57 24 Winnipeg, clear 76 44 Forecast, fair and cold. Thursday, stationary or a little higher temper- ature. CITY AND DISTRICT. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Higlnbotham leave Liverpool on Friday, iTay 7 on the steamer Baltic for New York. JDr. Levering- has returned from a trip to the Pass, and has resumed his practice. New pictures and new vaudeville. at the Eureka tonight. The 0- W- Jxerr Co.'s special car will arrive tomorrow morning with another party of landseekers. iLrs. B. Ripley, who has been visit- j Lag friends in the city for the past j week, has returned to her home at the new Viaduct across the Old j Man's JRiver. j See The Thatens in "A Cowboy's I j Romance" or "Mistaken Identity." i The Maple Leaf football club will j ( tonight at 7 p.m. at the! corner of Redpath and Cuttaill Sts. i All intending players are urged to attend. The Canadian Real Estate Com- 1 pany have been made general agents i i for the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Company, which is colonizing a large i tract of land in the. Bow River val-j I ley. Monday parties will be i taken from this city leaving at 13.40 All interested should call at Room Bryan block, and. secure informa- tion. ..Hill and makers at the Eureka. il. Freeman leaves tonight with a party of nineteen for City, where the fruit lands of the Arrow Lake Orchards are located. Sir. Free- man on this trip thousand dollars Pure Maple Syrup, also Maple price is I5c per cake or 2 for 25c for the sugar. Wisconsin Cream There is nothing finer made. Price per Ib. 35c. Wagstaffe's Pure Jams and 5 Ib. tins. Pricf 85c and 90c each. Christie's Zephyr Cream tins. At 35c and 45c oer tin. Carr's Dainty Old Country kinds. from 25c to 50c oer Ib. Choice make special mention of these as we know the quality cannot be beaten. California Clover Price per comb 25c. Java Mocha have this roasted fresh even- week. Never beaten and sel- dom equalled at 40c per Ib. You should try this if you want something good. Ganong's Celebrated Choco- finest in the land. We have them in bulk or in packages. Ripe Tomatoes Extra choice. They cost us more money than the ordinary stock but we sell them at the same price. they are to be had in town, we have them. You can depend on the quality being the best obtainable. Queen Quality Oxfords For Ladies and Barry Oxfords For Men at THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW The Workmen's Compensation Act is now in force j J Employers should insure their employees with the Employ- ers: Liability Assurance of London, England J ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK OUR MOTTO: Quality and Promptness TBe GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS Phone 98 Prompt Delivery 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 CUAGES Pemberthy Oilers, Crease Cups, Pemberthy Injectors, Lubricators Call and Inspect Our Stock THE McKEOWN HARDWARE CO., LTD. Corner Dufferin and Round Streets CITY AND DISTRICT. Mrs. McClure, Bur.dett street, will not receive tomorrow, Mrs. J. S. Stewart will not re- ceive tomorrow. S. 0. E. meet tonight in Oddfel- lows' Hall. Visiting brethren wel- come. Mrs. (Capt.) McDonnoll, who has been the guest of Mrs. E. A. Cun- llterta Drug and Rook Co. Prescription Specialists I. I. IIHEY, Mgr. lETHBRIOGf will select several j nlngham, returned home to Calvary worth of lands for today. persons who are not able to join the I A, Chinaman was arrested on the j party but who think these lands j charge of grossly immoral conduct, j offer a good investment. The next j and was let out on bail to I excursion is set for June 3rd. Call j appear next Monday. c ion-Mr- Freeman before that date and A jneetine of Enox church Ladies' J. Duffield, 01 SummervJle, Ohio, have a talk over the advantages of will held in the scbool room Burton City fruit lands. Qf tbe afternoon at three o'clock. Special business will come up for discussion and a full at- tendance is requested. The Pioneer Lumber Co. has open- ed yards ar Cannengay and Bow Island. Lots have been bought at -The C. P. R- will bore for ?as at Brooks, on the main line. L. Goldsmith has left for Ohio to attend to some business. has left for home after completing arrangements with John Forslin to have his 320 -acres broken and seeded to fall wheat. Entire change of program at 'the Lyceum tonight. "The HeraM would like if the oper- Wm. Fisher, of the Fisher-Hamil- ton company, agents for the new townsite at Stirling, is in the city today. He has just returned from the coast where he ordered twenty thousand feet of lumber which, will ators of each steam plow outfit in the Lethbridge district would send iu. be built immediately. us the record of their breaking- at be used in erecting several buildings at Stirling. Two general stores will Mi-. Fisher is the end of each month, so that gran-d total may be tabulated published. the and !erecting I familv f a residence for himself. His arc now on the way here jfrom Clinton, Ont. Eastern, capital is back of the enterprise, and consid- Herbert Oale, evangelist, ftncijcrable property has been sold in. the Rev. J. W. Hatch, soloist, arrived in east. Some eastern merchants are the city this morning and are regis- j expected to locate at Stirling 'this j tered at the Dallas Hotel. They j season. Mr. Fisher says that Stir- open a series of services tonight at j ling will be "it" this season. Wesley church to which everyone is j------ cordiallv invited. I ,_ YOU'LL ENJOY THE GOOD BOARD you get hers. It will be so sound and well seasoned, so easily worked up without waste. And no matter whether you buy a single, boatd or a thousand, each one will be a sample of THE GOOD LUMBER WE SELL If you intend to do any building or this season, have us supply the lumber. That will make the work easier, quicker and pleas- anter. And our prices will make it eaay on your pocketbook. V Mrs. H. Hutchinson wishes to an- nounce to the ladies that she has se- cured the agency for the "Spirella Corset" in Lethbritige, the moat per- fect and artistic -corset made, and guaranteed unbreakable stays and rust proof. See them -at 308 Red- path street from 2 till, 6, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturdays, commenc- ing May 4th. 120-5 Rogers-Cunningham f T. r Johnston Lumber Company Ld 23. 123 321 MONEY MAKERS International Poultry Focd fed to your hens at this season of the year will bring you more money than any other investment costing same money. Agent for Lethbridge Prescription Druggist QUARTERS- Save Your Money i Using Your Sense. Buy A LeRoy Steel Range For Your Milk Elver and new" yards 'and build- ings .are to be erected. Auction Sale BONNELL mi) FUBIIN'5 LIVERY HRN on Saturday, May 3th sharp at o'clock by W. L. Wilson, auctioneer 1 wagon, B inch tiies. new with gravel box 1 wagou, 3J inch tires, new with gravel box 2 wagons. 3f inch tires, new with gravel box Other entries are invited for this sale W. L. Phone 189 WILSON Auctioneer CITY 040 DISTRICT, Deloy's comedians in The Merry Widow tonight at the Lyceum. Ed. Broad, contractor, is building seven substantial houses in the city, one on of Qpurtlaad and j Bartlett, 30x42, two storey, a cot- tage on Ashinead, ,.29x44, a cottage on Crabb street, 29x44, two cot- tages on Bartlett, 26x30, a two- storey house on London Eoad, 26 x 28, and a two storey house on West- minster Eoad, 3Qx40. Tne big favorites give an entire new program 'tonight- at the Lyceum. The Merry Widow and Li Hung Chang, two musical comedies will be given. This is considered one of the bast bills of this company, and we must also say that- the Deloys com- edians are the neatest, best and cleanest performers ever seen in Leth- bridge. CooJ is still coming in, in small shipments of car lots from the west. With freight added to cost it mates it much higher to the retailers, but the coal, must be at any price. James Croak was injured nt vhe Standard mine. While working on a trestle a piece of timber fell on him and broke two ribs and inflicted other injuries. Dr. Kennedy was in attendance on the wounded man. DUFF ADDITION This is not outside addition stuff but is located close in within eysy reach of business section and the school. Lots are now on the market between London Road and MacDuff street at reasonable prices and terms. Freeman, Macleod Graham Sole Agents See us in our new offices in the Block ON MONDAY, MAY 3 Phono 173 MOM OWNEBS acres first class levsl land, no stone 14 1-2 miles from town. Will sell for if equity is paid in cash. Address Box 208, Lethbridge, Alta. 122-6 FOR Incubator, holds 120 eggs. Also brooder, new last sea- son. Apply J. -Tf English after 6 p. m., 2 blocks east of school, North Ward. 122-1 Still Hearing the Evidence (Continued from Front Page.) Mr. Harris for the plaintiff in his address to the jury spoke of the duty of the company to keep up switch tracks in good condition for safety of employees and spoke of the evidence to prove that the rock was the cause of the accident. There was no evidence to show thatlloffitt knew of the danger and did not try to evade or that by his own negli- gence he caused his own death. There was no evidence that- it was MoffUt's duty .to keep hold of the Houses I have a number of Houses in the North Ward which can be purchased very reasonably and on irood terms. Call and enquire L.S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdonald Block Fully Modern 7-Roomed House on Wai work Street, close to track cash will handle J. I. EAKIN CO. P.O. Block Ptae383 hand rail or that he did not have, hold of it. He did not ask for large j damages but only such an amount; that will be commensurate what the mother -.could expect from her deceased son had he j lived. t For the defence, Mr. Bennett for I15.M to Staff Co, 0 Ths Two Cottaget in North Ward for Sale 'i 1 Cheap and on easy terms. handles either one Beagle Maxwell Land Co. Room 3, Macdanald Block "If you out of town