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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE TO STAY Ykin li letNridge is tke 01UU NOTE Baseball Goods Gloves, Mitts, Bats and Gloves. Reeces International League Goods. Right Prices Special To Chibs at THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 The Store of Quality We receive .fresh ship- ments of Mclver Bro's Boiled Ham WEEKLY Try some for lunch and be convinced of its merits PHONE 21 G. mm CD. Only ONION Grocery Store in City PERFECTLY SATISFIED In every respect are the people who have been dealing with us Our Business is increasing stead- ily day by day. Why A splendid opportunity for you at The Foot Toggery's big 12 DA Y'S SALE Big Reductions On All Lines THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW Baughman's Buyer and Seller I I i The handy book for Con- tractors and Lumbermen You need one Store closes at 6.30 p.m. Sold only at (OBEKTSOrS BOOI5TORE lit tor lot of Uiioi im 251 Aftnti for Our tion trade has shown steady and remarkable increase from month to month ever since we started in business. It shows, too, that every- one "wiid ever-has a prescrip- tion put up once invariably comes back to have all their other drug wants supplied by na. Let us wait on you. llhrta Brig and Book Co. i Prescription Specialist! 1.1, UKH, Njr. IfTIIHKE SUNBURN Is very easily relieved by the use of IDellow Balm a well balanced prepar- ation for the cure of rough red hands and face caused by the sun and wind. PRICE 25c AT JJJigintwtafiCo.ltil Family and Dispensing Telephone 49. Night clerk. THE WEATHER. j Edmonton, clear 64' 32 Calgary, cloudy 40 36 Lethbridge, cloudy, 37 32 I Macleod, raining 35 33 Medicine Hat, raining...... 54 33 .Eegina.. raining 43 36 i Winnipeg, dear 52 42 Port Arthur, cloudy 30 30 j i Rain has fallen at many places in; the prairie provinces, quite heavy ia I southern portions of Alberta and Sas- katchewan and also heavily in Mani-; toba accompanied by thunderstorms, j Temperatures have been moderate j generally but cool ai some points. I showers and thun-1 derstdrms but mostly fair with mod- j erate temperatures. j CITY AND DISTRICT j Dr. Stewart is spending a few days with, his brothers on their fane. j All the stores will close on Arbor! Day, next Friday, May 14th. The Hick Hardware Co. have just! received a car load of McClary'sj Sunshine furnaces and have twenty-! three of them placed. j On Monday 'T. E. Patteson ped out over the A. R. I. ten cars of coal for use of steam plow out- fits in that district.- Tonight a change of program at the Lyceum. Drako's wonderful per- forming dogi will bt seen in an en- tire change of act. Dtloy's comedians >resent Two Merry Tramps. All members of the Caledonian ootba.ll club are requested to be ati the hall. Glyn street, at 7.30 to- ight. Important business. Because our goods are high class our prices are no higher than you pay for inferior goods We deliver goods promptly We carry a full stock of the best goods obtainable Our store is always clean and our goods always fresh We have all experienced help in our employ We have just received a full line of fresh Fruit and Vegetables If you want the best try us TEe GOOD CO. Two lots, London Road close to Bartlett Terms ALBERT E. IVES, PHONE 297 BLOCK Now that the warm weather has commenced yon require Refrigerators and Screen Doors We have a very large and varied assortment of both of. these necessities for a Southern Alberta Summer. The Cold Wave Refrigerators The Leader Refrigerators The Eureka SCREEN DOORS and SCREEN WINDOWS ii SIZES and ALL PRICES We have the best selection beaten. in the ci'.y and pric's cannot be THE McKEOWN llllvmiE' CO., LTD. Corner Dufferin and Hound iStreets HIGH CLASS GROCERS Phone 98 Prompt Delivery II CITY AND DISTRICT J. E. Kenny returned from a short visit to Cranb'rook. Go to the Lyceum tonight. Traffic is very heavy on the Card- ston branch these days. The freight night, shipments include coal, machinery. D. CITY AND DISTRICT. An undesirable by the name of Jim i Dunlop was given until 1.40 p.m. to get out of town. We understand that an up-to-date J. J. Doyle, contractor, has been! map of the city being published by warded the contract for building i either E. Sage or the Red Cross tie new theatre on the corner of j Drug and Book Co., in collaboration Bompas and Crabb streets. I with Messrs. Hamilton Mrs. Jas. iTcCaig and two children, j will be on sale shortly, left on Saturday for a two months' Some of the cro-tag, on the west visit in Toronto, Ottawa and other Bulletin. Two Merry Tramps and side of Round street are rather nar- settlers' effects and chandise. See Drake's wonderful performing and Deloy's comedians at the Lyceum tonight in an entire change of program. Development work at the Standard Lethbridge Collieries started -on Mon- day morning and ia being pushed. HUntef, president of the D. row and badly in need of repair to urtko s accommodate the large crowds ing along that side of the street. One especially is very slippery ;uid rather in muddy weather, dumped at the north TT j. -rt J-ne aumpea at tne norm mer- E. Hunter Realty .Company, returned east corner of the ,quare now makes to town last Friday with a party of nice mud trap to catch, any land- land seekers, and reports arriving on the perous. ms in the east as being pros-iBut most of them would prefer to _ i take up land in another way when DeloyV Comedian, in the two-act thev can see what they get. musical comedy, Two Merry Tramps! w i i -j and John Walaskie was assessed and costs by Magistrate MacDoougal for trate soaked him fl and costs. The population of the Lethbridge district is increasing so. fast that a carload of potatoes has had to be imported all the way from 'Quebec to help feed the hungry this spring. Herald Want Ads. bring results. An advertiser writes "I had appli- cations from 4.30'p.m. on day of first insertion. Please take out my adv.'i- Several residents in the North Ward have .been notified to put brick chimneys on their dwellings >and have been given five dajs to do so. This is in accordance with By-law !NTo. 8. Sec. 143, City of Lethbridge. Health Is UNCERTAIX Sicfeness Is EXPENSIVE A Policy of The Domin- 1 ion of Canada Guarantee Accident Insurance Co. is the best friend man can have when injured or sick. Saves going into debt. Pays all qftra expenses. Keeps the house going. And helps your recovery by doing away with the neces- sity of worrying. P.O. Block Phone 383 A Snap in NORTH WARD Corner Lot Number 83 Wallwork Addition Easy Terms ATSO Twenty Acres TO RENT Oloae to Fair Apply to R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OH BLOCI a very enjoyable evening with games singing and reciting and had an all around good time. The next day they returned to their homes in Leth- bridge and Coaldale. Mr. Mackenzie that the Mackalberta's doors are open to all friends at any time. The IMackalberta farm is sit- and dogs Drako's wonderful with pictures illustrated The shaft has already been sunk 30 songs are the feature of the bill feet. The management expect to the Lyceum tonight reach coal in two months. Another! c. G-. Kimmons and W The half Collieries. i being disorderly. John Christie for is situated six: and southeast of the Royal If it's at Lyceum Theatre, it's fate hand' berta Universoty at Strathcona, ker for asking him what he was do- 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 buy 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 .repairing this season, have us supply .the lumber. That will make the work easier, quicker and pleas- anter. ind our prices will make it easy on your pocketbook. S inff science got through earlier. There will be a general meeting of See the wonderful contor- the Board of Trade at one o'clock tionist at the Eureka also the Bach- tomorrow (Thursday) at ,the Ales-1 elor Sisters in their pretty Musical Cafe. There is much import- Song and Dance Act. Your last chance ant business to discuss, and every tonight to The Thatens in a Pa- member should be on hand sharp on j tient's Dream. time. For Victoria Day, May 24th, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company announce a rate of fare and one third for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale May 21st, 22nd., 23rd. and 4, j "iiu. muuu iic was- iw- cveuaiig tuuu jomeu a partv 01 voung .urned home last night. The others ing in the city, and although he had. people from Coal dale. whole asthosetak- to defend him, the magis- party, numbering about, forty, spent ITiiT SClftTlCP -f i r A business man on Round street I and several residents in the Dufl.iuated about twentv east of the Addition who "have stovepipe chim-jcitf and two miles north from Chil1- neys have been notified that they! the inclemency of will be summoned before the police ithe weatner, a large crowd greeted court for infringment of the city Williams Jubilee Singers at the Prevention is better Concert Hall, Hastings St. The fire department has also and Gore avenue, last night, this be- ordered several citizens and business men to clean up the combustible ma- terial at the rear of their premises. autos took a party of young people out to the Mackalberta farm owned by T. S. Mackenzie, Monday evening and joined a party of young aw. crime 24th., good to return until May 26th. 123 10 M Lumber Company Ld Phoaei 23, 123 and 321 t Olive Oil and t Cucumber Soap '3 for lOc. This is a better soap than a great many that cost you 25c. for 3 cakes T T J. J. JU11110LU11 Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- Mats And Foot Scrapers. Cocoa 1. 00 Wire Foot vISc Mrd-Hgnew Co, "If you live out of town M f t AUCTION SALE On Friday, May 14th, at Wilson's Auction Rooms, near the Irriga- tion Hall, at 2 p.m. sharp Having received instructions from Mr. Jones, of Cal- gary, I will sell by public auction the following, viz., gent's gold filled watch I lady's gold filled watch Towels Watch Chains Shaving Brushes Scissors Also Beds, Springs Mattresses, Chairs Blankets, comforters Store Window 'Blinds Stair Carpet. AND A LARGE QUANTITY OF FURNITURE These goods are to be sold at any price, no reserve. Everyone should come to this sale, as you will get these goods at your own price. Remember the date, May 14, at 2 p.m. W. L. Wilson Phone 189 Auctioneer Men's Overalls Fountain Pens Men's Sox Men's Braces Ladies' Hose Toilet Soap Clothes Brushes Knives, forks and spoons Soft Shirts Handkerchiefs t f f Still: Left I have left three lots on the watermain and side- walk, in the North Ward, near the Westminster School, at Each. L. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Ofee 8 MidMiU BUck Lot 68 ft. by 225 ft. Bompas St. ing the first public entertainment in this splendid hall. The concert was a great musical success. Every mem- ber is -a star, and every number was good. The male quartette will, with- out doubt, rank above any before the footlights. They were frequently ap- News-Advertiser of Vancouver, B. C. At Wesley church Saturday evening for the Y. M. C. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The McLean saw mill at Barnet, B. C., destroyed by fire, will be re- built. Dr. Daniel Bain, president of de- funct Central Bank and ex-M.P. for West York Is dead at Toronto. Winnipeg- School board voted to in- crease salaries of 24G lady teachers each per annum. While outside milking sows Mrs. Harry Courtney of Man., discovered the house on fire. Wind- ing her apron over her head the mother pluckily dashed through the fire and saved her four children who were huddled in an inner room. Mrs. Courtney's hair caught on fire and she was badly burned about the head and ears. C. P. R. Conductor .John Davidson died very suddenly from congestion of the heart at Fort William. He had only been married a month. j M. P. Lemon was elected mayor of Strassburg, Sosk.. in a bye-election j The London Times learns that Sir by a majority of 19 over W. E. j Robert Hart, following a request Cochrane. j made by the Chinese government, in- The Rev. Dr. William Allen John- j tends' to return to.. China and resume son. widely known as a theologian: his post as director general of the Between Bartlett and Westminster, nicely plant- ed with trees. CASH Best bargain in the city MONEY TO LOAN j j FIRE INSURANCE j f i The C. IJowman Iqencv n 3 J P.O. IM ftiie 211 ami writer, died at Littleton, Col., 76 years. Marie Fron. 20 years old, danced herself to death in 9. public dancing at Chicago, according to the verdict of a coroner's jury today. j Chinese i raits. customs, if his health per- FITRNISHED ROOM8- modern house. Apply St. -To rent, in 1240 Bompas 124-0 Another Snap-5 roomed house and 31-2 lots on the watermain in North Ward. terms given W. R. Dobbin Co. Phone 122 ;