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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1909. 'A Store Packing Crowd Every Day From End to End. The whole place jammed with Enthusiastic Buyers THE EVELY-FORD SALES CO. Closing Out Sale of the Entire Stock ot THE J. BROWN CO. X- Clothing, Dry Goods, and Boots and Shoes, continue to draw the crowds: In a few days the J. Brown, Go's. Stock will be wiped out of an article, not a yard of merchandise wiU'remain as a landmark of its past management. This Sale has proved the greatest in the history of the city. "THE END IS NOT FAR OFF." The axe has been' swung again to make a quicker clearance and will keep swinging until the whole stock has been completely demolished. Come To-Day! Come To-Morrow Don't Delay Just Keep On Coming Don't But come, and come early. The whole stock must go, and go quickly. The price tags tell the story! THE Store Open Evenings E VEL Y-FQR.D SALES Selling out the Entire Stock of The J. Brown Co. CO. Just Come, That's All Cement Sidewalks We shall be pleased to figure on the cost of putting in a" first- class cemenj walk in connection with your private residence. Call us up BOYD, GOODE CO Concrete Works, Smith Street Phone 344 DESCRIPTION OF NEW COURT HOUSE Work On Fine Pnblic Build- ing To Be Rushed In a letter to W, A. Buchanan, M. P.P., who has 'been urging that the I work of the new court house should be rushed, Hon. W. H. Gushing, Min- ister oi Public Work-Si.says that the government cement plant will" be brought from Macleod at once to put in the foundations. Work on the su- perstructure will be rushed as soon as the foundation is completed. An advertisement for the Reward For the recovery of the body of David Gibson, drowned in Belly River. Those living down the river will please keep look out JAS. ASHCKOFT ALL THINGS COME JO THOSE WHO WAIT to be open for entry. Others anxious- also for land stamped around to keep is 6 feet -wide and 10 feet long, being in. length the full width of the main corridor, which divides the building curiuuui. ujviuca me uuuuiug super structure appears in todav s j v j- i f .-in, TT i on its central and longitudinal axis issue of The Herald. UI JLHU Xl.CIO.iU. ,ff. .1 J r J.1- The'plans for the court house pro- (2) parts- At tbe eud of thls corridor are the main stairs leading up to the public space of court room, The concrete" amTrub" and ?nder stairs is the rear en- vide for a buiding simiar to the one just completed at Wetaskiwin. The rush of land tinues at land office. nesday evening a man from 'Iron Springs brought his fur coat and some quilts and some lunch. He sat right down at the door step quite cosy and up the circulation and all chatted I seekers still con- good naturedly. This was not the gary sandstone, above the basement ble stone foundation, the exposed portion of the'basement storey being faced with rock faced ashlar-in Cal- trance and vestibule. On Wed- first- experience of the kind of the walls .are of brick mason- chambers; also two vaults and lava-, PACKED HOUSE AT THE EUREKA tories for men and women. On the second floor is a cross cor- ridor, directly over the one on the first floor. Opening off this corridor are private rooms for judges, lawyers and and two entrances 'to the'court room and stairs to the attic storey. The court room is of rectangular plan, being 35 feet wide and forty feet long, two (2) stories high with afctfndant from high win- dows and a ceiling light. The public gain access to the court room by go- ing up the first run of the. main stairs from the principal corridor on the first floor, and turning to the right and left go up a second run tto the court room flpor, where the en- trances to same are at the head of the stairs. Opening from the judicial part of the court room the wit- ness, and jury rooms. Trfese rooms have no other doors to same, thus bringing them immediately under the supervision of the sheriff and judges. They each have private toilet Accom- modations, so that there is no neces- sity for people ocupying same during the time a trial is in progress, and Last night the Eureka was again packed to the doors, an-d all who witnessed the program went home feeling well satisfied. Hill and Ackerman, the great laugh producers, have sorae thing new-in addition to their act every night, and are becoming bigger favorites with each performance. DeMonde and Dinsmore's change to a comedy last night proved -a suc- cess, and Miss Dinsmore's baritone voice is a credit to any lady on the stage. 'Little Teddy inner s6ng. For made a great hit. The JThaten Duo; in their high class coai- edy sketch, "A Cowboy's or ''Mistaken was greeted with thunderous applause, and to- morrow night they will present an- other beautiful playlet, entitled, "Hypnotising A Wife." Xext week they will present their master piece, "A Patient's Dream." In this play Miss Thaten plays the part of six different characters, the nurse, the Japanese girl, 'the Western girl, the French girl, the German W, P. Roy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL OFFICE: 3, Ott Block 180 Opening: off each side of the main thereby interfering with the. contin-lgirl and'the bride. 'Another strong corridor, on the central axis of the! uance of the trial-thereon. %ings, are cross corridors, and both There are .j feature will be Drake ami his won- {orjderful dogs, the only dog- act of its having private stairs for the taking judges and Iawyerg on thig thejkind in the west. faces and trimmed i UP of I0 court'room., and haj? loilet accornmodations on man at the door. Once before he had j sat box or two will work wonders on the run-down system. Get n box- today. 2oc a or five boxes for For sale by Alberta Drusr Co. Piano Tuning w. H. FIELD Factory Expert It NOW IN THE CITY and will remain for a short time. Leave orders at Armstrong's Jtwtlltry MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin TJriiv.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal piano dept.. Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms, address. Lethbridge' Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone 244. 0 N E Only Second hand Piano cash in pay- ments of down and each month. Only Brand new octave Piano case organ Reg. price Selling for cash or in pay- ments of down and each month The Assini- boia Music Co. Medicine Alta. Canada ;