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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fWEST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD w THe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY H ft HUH NTf, We have just received.n 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" More New Books The Man in Lower Ten -By Riuehart Special Messenger By Robt. Chambers Lorimer of North-West By Harold Bindloss King of Arcadia By Lynde Store closes p.m. EDBERTSON'Ji BOOJISTOBE 1st Door West of Union fianfc Phoni 25) Agents for Undarwood Typawritert. I Seely's Our Own Sarsaparilla i? a fine tonic., man- ufactured from the best herbs for acting on the blood and sysjem. If you have fever that tired feeling) try' a bot- tle and note the quick'change to health and activity. 100 doses 100 cents. The Store of Quality Just received Gorgonzola Limberger Roquefort Edam-Dutch Swift and Ingersoll Cream Cheese PHONE G. 21 CD. UNION fiwcwy IB City Fresh Creamery Batter New Laid Eggs We have theie arriving every fevr days Our Cloverhill Butter ia tne Best.oii the Market RHONE M THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY TO in writing, will be received by the un- dersigned up to the loth May for the privilege of renting the residence, unfurnished of Mrs. J. L. Stbvall, corner of Dufferin and Glyn St. Kent month. Applicants with small children not considered. C. B. Bowman, Agent, 123-6 EOR order to dispose of the balance of our holdings in town- ship four and range thirteen, -west of the. fourth, ,we are offering three and one-half sections in the above town- ship, at only per acre. All first class land, rolling but all can b? plowed. This offer will hold good i till the 15th inst. For further iirfoim- ation. apply to The Canadian Real. Estate Co.. Room 9, Bryan Block, j over Eureka Theatre, or Box 387, I.rthbridge, Alia.. 123-6 THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, fair Forecast, generally Friday, stationary or temperature. 51 fair and cool. The Boys' Club of Wesley church 03'held its annual business meeting on Tuesday evening when the following a little higher; officers were elected President, Ar- j-thur Fiske vice-president, Howard Gay secretary: Floyd Geir treas- CITY AND DISTRICT. John Livingstone. Arrange- Iixnents were made to hold regular R. H. Owen, vice-president of baseball practices. The O. Co., is in the city. inteQ-d tQ ac6ept the offer Atf the district court this.aftemooa c. H. Devine to'take the case of Young vs. Boer will drill. Double Lots On Torrance Avenue, fronted by both water and sidewalk. Price per lot Terms L. S. RIPLEY .TELEPHONE 294 Madooald Block Queen Quality Oxfords For Ladiea and Barry Oxfords THE FOOT TOGGERY, NELSON COW r Five Lots on London Road. For further particulars see.. I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK STRCTLY FIRST CLASS ROOM AND two gentlemen with pri- vate family. Centrally located. Terms moderate. Apply Box 19, Her- 123-6 TENDERS WANTED TENDEES- axe wanted for .'the sup- i month.or more .bv L TJ 574 IJ M W Mr. Devine has recently of A.: Flour, 10 tons; tons! continued. _ ;come to Lethbridge to join the office 625 Ibs.; sugar, .2 ton 500 Ibs.; tea License Inspector Nimmons has Of the Imperial Development Co. .packages; cof- turned from Taber, where G. Me- i At Winnipeg he was engaged in cadet Brayne, of the Palace Hotel, was fin-1 w-ork and met with great success. j ed and costs by S. J. Layton i for selling- liquor to a boy under the i age of twenty-one. J The immigration hall is a regular i nursery. All the rooms are occupied A Religious Revival Begins 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, Grease Cups, Pemberthy Injectors, Lubricators Call and Inspect Our Stock THE McXEOWN HARDWARE CO., LTD, (Continued Prom Front Page) How is it to be done A revival is of no set time, no miracle, -but of conditions. God works along the line of cause and effect. Certain conditions always being certain re- sults. Evangelists cannot 'bring a revival unless tiie members do their part by giving -God an honest and Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. jby the families of incoming settlers. j There are about 25 babies who chat- Iter in their lish, Swede and German. But all are happy judging by their playful nQise. Angus Cameron, who was born in. Scotland, but lived for at Durham, Ont., till coming recent-.i M1 chance- ly to settle near Milk Elver, Orw? of these -conditions is to put this morning in the city. He was 73] bit oi-Prejudice against years of age and while moving out i evangelists. Give an honest hearing to his new location, caught a appeal to your which resulted in his -death; The don't-.come. funeral will be held from the par-! "In "the second place you must put lots" of "T. S. Fetterly on Friday af- away your sin- muat 'be -j ternoon at 2 o'clock, j cohered before. God can do-- you any John Wilkie and John Hume were and you ;AU bit- I'each fined three dollars and must be Vut If one for being drunk and disorderly. Ani j Christian has an- other, Carl Carlson, was "fined ten other' he must put lt away and re' j dollars on the charge of being drunk j gard not'iniquity in his heart. ,For.- while interdicted. give aud be forgiven. Prayer to God George Bowman and Wm. J. Mor- be heard Utttil make -4t .pound pails; yeast cakes, 200 boxes; butter, 1500 Ibs.; "cheese, 1500 Ibs. soap., 1600 Ibs.; baking powder, 300 1 Ib. -tins; condensed milk, 1500 cans; i' jam.. 750 Ibs. in. 1, 2, 3 and 5 Ib. j cans table salt, 1 barrel lima beans, j 375 Ibs. cornmeal, Ibs. rolled Corner Dufferin and Round Streets oats, pounds. J "Tenders to be in not later than ten o'clock tomorrow mornine, May 7. Address C. Peacock, Box 113. City. This powder will soften and delightfully perfnme the bath. It will also be. found very refreshing to use for bathing the face, removing shine and allevi- .ating sunburn. Used m conjunction with good soap it makes an effica- cious shampoo- Price 35c. per bottle CITY AND DISTRICT j Two cars of settlers' effects arrived j at JLethbridge today. j Airs.-J. J. Johnston will not re- ceive tomorrow. I A.. Sharman has appoinred I a commissioner for taking affidavits. I Mrs. J. Bowden will not re- j ceive tomorrow. i Mr. F. Dunharn, representing the Bulletin, is jrison were fined two dollars and'nght neighbor. costs for creating a disturbance on A revival is always a question of (the public street. --Thev- were bound i getting the conditions right. There keep the .peace for six j f past few davs the city writing up the