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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fVltST JOB PRINTING AT "THE The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PtACt TO STAY Wen li letHbriage Is the BILU3 HOTEk We just received a complete line of Engine Supplies, such a? 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. Bos 670 L The Store of Quality J ust received Gorgonzola Limberger Roquefort Edam-Dutch Swift and Ingersoll Cream Cheese PHONE G. 21 CD. Only-. UNION Brocery Stars In City Fresh Creamery Butter New Laid Eggs We have these arriving every few cloys "Our Cloverhill Butter is tne Best ou the Market PHONE 98 THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY The sittings of the supreme court dosed tit noon .today. The only case heard this morning jvas that of Jhllc-r ,vs. Anderson which a dis- pute re the division of grain grown on a farm that worked on shares. Judgment was reserved. His Honor .Judge Smart left the city on the local. See The TKatens tonight in "Hyp- notizing a Wife." extremeily funny. Just two more nights to see De Monde and Dirtstnore1 in their comedy and Hill and Ackerman, the two funniest fellows in the city. back comb ?et with bril- liants. Reward for return to Ro- chou's Cacdv Kitchen. 124-1 THE WEATHER. Kdmonlon. fair 49 Medicine liat. 56 Calgary, fair 50 clear 34 Port Arthur, clear 44 warehouse and cellar 23 ni-in. Must bf well recommended. Apply Mgr.sHud5on's Bay Stores. 24-G 24 32 i FURNISHED rent, in The Man in Lower Ten By Rinehart J Special Messenger If By jRobt. Chambers 2 tLorimer of North-West 5 By Harold Bindloss King of Arcadia By Lynde Store closes 6.30 p.m. MISON'S BOOKSTORE 1st Bflflf fet of liflioa Baik Phom 251 Z for UncUrwooti I Early Summer Ills usually arise from bad blood. A good remedy for correcting bad blood trouble is MYALL'S BLOOD PURIFIER. Thousands of people use It every spring and sum- mer. Price per bottle Horse Cents You probably know about buying a than we do. Whea you have a and it requires medicine let us have your trade. A horse requires just as pure drugs as a human. We have them. Our stock is large and vAl Let us show you a good ba.rb ience I'lumcni ;ir an excellent ointment. We carry a 'uiv line t.i ternal and intiTii'U-remedies. J.O. Hipbotliani8Co.Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Night ,clerk.: modern house. Apply to Box H. E., -3 c-o Herald. 124-6 forecast, fair today and on Satur- Jav. Not much change in temper- six year old niare, a little vi pray, branded monogram JD on left ature- __________ shoulder aud on left liip, about- Ibs., spot ou face, right hind foot white. Also one colt about 2 is years old, with mother, when last Double Lots On Torrance Avenue, fronted by both water and sidewalk. Price j per lot Terms L. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdonald Block Queen Quality Oxfords For Ladies add Barry Oxfords For Men at THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON GOW Five on London Road, For further particulars see ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK CITY AND DISTRICT The funeral of Angus Cameron was j held todify from Fetteriy's undertak- !ing parlors. Rev. ..Canon Hog-bin, Grand Master j of the Masonic order in Alberta, is taking up his residence in Banff. Full practise of the S. O. E. foot- 10 Salespeople Wanted at Once Apply to J. Brown Co. CITY AND DISTRICT. A. E. Dupcn has developed seen Ul ,prin, 190S. beUveen city and .mine at Barnes River Bottom and RayiI1Qnii_ colt branded c4 over on j 0 :now has. coal for sale there. -right shoulder. a head .reward. Plunkett and Savage, wholesale i Return to Joe Pisko, Main St. O dealers in produce, fruit and seeds. 0 [have opened a branch in this WANTED_Two rooms furnished, At present they have accommodation unfurilished. Apply, stating terms tc ;in the Macdonald block. W. Heslop BOS D., 124-1 :s the local manager. i The Maple Leaf football club, will meet tonight at S o'clock at the i office of A. Bainasley (over postoffice) 1 All members and others interested! in the independent club -are urged to attend. A car of OffiKie's "Rdyal House-' hold" Hour, a'so tt cur oi the famous carriages, have just been taken into stock -at Hyde Sanders' warehouse tm Ford street east. In- tending purchasers should ciill and look over this consignment of rigs. Messrs. McKelvie and McGuire added a repair and cleaning depart- ment to their clothing- business. This work is done in the building recent-, ly occupied by Mark at the rear of their clothing store. The funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Moss, of Chin Coules, took place yesterday evening "and was conducted by Rev. J. 31. Har- rison. Mr. Moss js a section fore- man. Upton's pool room in the basement- oi the Olivfer block is now equipment -is said to be the best west of Winnipeg. The room has been re-modelled and painted, and presents quite an attractive appear- ance. The Calgary Herald says A vfcry pretty wedding was held at the home' of Mrs. J. publow, 507 Second St., west, when her youngest daughter, I 1 10 acres Adjoining Agricultural I Grounds. Ground in good state of cultivation. Two Houses and Outbuildings. Price 500 dollars per acre. Terms J. I. EAKIN CO. P.O. Block Phone 383 You Cannot Dig Post Holes Without the Proper Appliances We have appliances. Post Hole Augurs and Diggers in aji the best makes, in all sizes from 4 inches to 10 inches. THE VAUCHAN POST HOLE AUGUR The STEPHENSON POST HOLE AUGUR THE EUREKA POST HOLE AUGUR THE IWAN'POST HOLE AUGUR THE UNIVERSAL POST HOLE DIGGER. _________ Wire Gates in Alt Sizes THE McKEDWN HARDWARE CO., LTD. Corner Dufferm-and Round Street's _____________if 1 3 PIONEER NEWSPAPER MAN j Winnipeg, Man., J Steen, a pioneer newspaper man oTj Winnipeg, died this morning from the i effects of a cold. He was formerly editor of the Winnipeg Commercial' land was president of the Board. i Trade. He was sixty-six years of agf j This is Bargain Day." 800 acres, six -miles .from station, two living springs, three quick per acre Freeman, -Maeleod Graham P.O. Box 679. Phone 173. and had lived .in Winnipeg for "over Fow York Xation- thirtv years Hammond Lament, editor of the i the hos- following an operation which i proved more serious than was cx- i pected. A car of sulphur arrived yesterday for the Hudson's Bay Co. ball club tonight at Barracks. Every j Alice Maude, was married to Samuel playing member requested to turn i Hayes, a well known Cl j out. E- conductor. .The couple were About May 23 there will be a i attended by little Marjorie change in the timetable of the A R- I. Particulars will, be given later when details are fully complete. Frank Waddir.gton returned last a niece of the bride, and the cere- jnony was performed by Rev. G-. Wi Kerby. and 2Hrs7 Hayes left, on 2 at noon on a wedding trip tp Ilkerta Drug anl look Go. a successful auction sale at the Cris- Prescription Specialists f lmon Ranch on Wednesday- 1 1 IIIIEV U lETHMHH At the court I, I. llr'n, Ijf. LtlllllVEc jlemoou before Judge Winter the case j of Young-, vs. Boer was concluded and i Boston, New York, Philadelphia and other easterja cities. While east Mr. Hayes will attend the annual convent i tion of the order of railway conduct- jors to be held in Boston next week. CARD OF THANKS judgment was given to the .We hereby desire to thank Air our Iwith ,for sympathy and kindness MMI ..extended to us in our recent bereave- j Manager Martin, of the Bank offment- Mr- and Mrs. W. Rex Virtue, j Montreal. Medicine Hat, was thrown i j from his horse on Monday last and had the misfortune to fracture small bone in his left ankle. The h was caused by the horse stepping on a loose stone and stumbling-. The people of Lundbreck and the farmers of the foothills are bending their efforts to have a government creamery established at Lundbreck, and it. is said, with very good pros-! pects of succeeding. YOU'LL ENJOY THg GOOD BOARD you get, here. It will be so sound and well .seasoned, so easily worked up without waste. And no matter whether you buy a single board or a thousand, each one will be a sample j cf THE GOOD LUMBER WE SELL If you intend to do any building or repairing this season, have us supply the lumber! That will make the work easier, quicker and pleas- anter. And our prices will make it easy on your pocketbook. Rogers-fnnnjngham Lumber Company Ld 23, L Ganong's Chocolates Fresh and delicious There are none better, and fev so good J, J. Johnston Prescription Druggist The LeRoy Steel Range Was Built For The t Homesteader And Is The Stove He Should Use. StaffonMgnew Co. "I! you lire out of town write The Clothing Business We've never depended on Cut-Price Sales to make a suc- cess of the Clothing Business. Thats a game that-may some people but its only when they buy Purchase price does not have so much to do with it after all. It's the wear you get from a suit or overcoat that shows whether it's a bargain or not. You'll find more real bar- gains here in the men's wear line than anywhere else, bxit it's not because we've lowered-prices. It's because the standard of excellence has been rais- ed, i Every man who comes here is impressed with the showing of attractive patterns and of fabrics.. We have tried to tell about them in our adver- tisements but you've got to see 'for your self. Bring with you and look around. You may find what suits you at or you may want to go as high as Don't make -any difference, we'll show you big values all the way. v McKelvie McGuire Only Exclutire Outfitters in -THE POLICEMAN CLEANED THE SOCK MR. PUGSLEY'S ACTION St. John, N. B., May Pugs- ley has instructed W. B. Wallace, K. C., his solicitor, to begin proceedings in equity for the account of expendi- ture and appropriation of all subsi- bonds and other monies received by present and past directors of the New Brunswick Rail- way from the -Dominion and local governments H. A. Burton reported to the police that some one had stol- en from his room at the Cos- mopolitan the sum of in. bills! He "stated the money was in his 'coat pocket hang- ing on the bed when he went out to get hot water. Shortly after, .he found that the mon- ey -was The police made .investiga- tion and after searching in various places last found the'sum of in, the. own- er's sock. As a result of differences regarding- the price of.lobsters, the ermen, arc on strike at Cabarus, C. B. They decline to "accept the pack- ers' prices refuse to set the traps unless their demands are conceded. Open "i Tomorrow UPTON'S in basement of Oliver Block Best Cigars and To- baccos in stock C. L UPTON -Proprietor Snap for Immediate Ac- ceptance Single4Lot on Crabb Street, North of Court- land Cash MQNEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE The C. B. lowman Igenc) P.I, llotk Htm 211 i WALL i PAPER Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- ing Etc. WELLINGTON Bros. Cor. Cutbill and "Court- land. Box 644. The Two Best Cottages in North Ward for Sale handles either one aim Oil ernu. Beagle Maxwell Land Co. 4960 acres of raw Wheat Land in One Block for Sale at per acre on terms that right W. R. Dobbin Co. Phone 122 ;