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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I M LlTttMtOOE TEe Lethbridge Paily Herald HrtelWindsw H M i Day Itotol In FREE TO ALL TRAMM two always go for who would will open an oplical pador f At Nc-feoa, ihe British Columbia IR. A Wright's new jewelry store Methodist Conference elected Rev. R. about May. 20th Mr has N. Powe.I, of that city, as president. Mr. optical stock, Hugh John, the two-year-old child and win for the first timc -n uth_ of Mr. ami Mrs. E. C. McKimstry, of jbridge put in a grimiing planl. and Cranbrook, was drowned iast Sunday.! grind his own Watch fQj. the A parcel room has been opened up j new clccuic cye siRlu at the depot in connection with the baggage room, where parcels may be left on payment oi a few cents. Mrs. Richards and family arrived in the city this morning from Liverpool and purpose making their residence on j Wilson street, North Lethbridge. lice that they had not sui-j tta Un.W Sta ficient evidence against him. C. K. Saver, western traveiling retary for the Y.M.C.A., was in the eminent, arrived in Lethbridge carlj yesterday morning bent on busincs in connection with the agency here LOLHIV HJL my j ill kui> T. His headquarters are in Washington, city yesterday and looked over the t, i i 1 TTT> n a I t M Barrie carriages and wagons are the Easton and Eckstorm plans for the building vhere and the site and was greatly pleased with both. Quite a noteworthy feature in last night's football match was the cos- tume of the S.O.E. team. They wore black stockings and a band of i around their left arm as a fitting tri- bute to the death of His Late Ma- jesty. Speaking of the lumber business, in connection with which he has recent- ly been to the coast, Hon. W. H. sell them. Show room at Athletic Park, t.f. The Meltzer Furniture Co. unloaded 3 carloads of first class furniture and hut Mr. Murphy travels widely. Last February he left Mexico and has since been travelling in Canada, working his way westward from Montreal and f purposes continuing towards the land of the setting sun, until the o. Dawson is reached, this marking tic terminus of his present travels. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION TO nicely furnished front room, with board, in privace family, to young lady. 60S Bartlett St. Cushing at Edmonton stated thatj1167- there seems to be no immediate pros- pect of a reduction in the price of this commodity. It is more likely Tel 130-1 washings and mending, also family washing. 212 The B. C. Methodist Conference sta- jfor lack sPacc ther arc compelled tioncd C. R. Sing, B.D., at Nelson, to makc a biS sacrifice sale. Watch R. J. Mclntyre at Fernie, M. F. Eby at Hosmcr, W. L. Hall, of Fernie, at Summcrland. J. F. M. .Pinkham, of Calgary, for- merly manager of the at Cranbrook, was in the (.'ity yes- terday. W. L. Wilson and jamily left this morning .for B.C., where he has been engaged to conduct an ex- tensive auction sale. lie will return about Wednesday next. t. W. Quayle, publisher of Jlarr-s- holm Review, one of the wcckiv papers in the south, spent ycstcrdav in the city. He was asto'.mled st the wonderful expansion since his last visit. for their ad. in Monoav's Herald. 130-1 A weekly paper is to be started at Nakusp, B. C. Baroness Road, two doors I Windsor Hotel. east of 131-3 FOR acres irrigated land, full water right, improved, 4 1-2 miles from Lethbridge, price1 ?45 per acre; ?y per acre cash, -balance easy. The Alberta Securities Ltd. Chicken Caught to increase. Fort George Land Co. have ap- pointed Waddington Co. their ag- ents at Lethbridge, to sell their fruit lands situated near Fort (reorge. Any person wishing to invest will do well to call at their office next to Alex- andra Flotel, and have a cbat. Notice their ad, in the Lethbridge Herald on Monday the 16th, inst. jbath, fully modern. lot 52x125, price Quartermaster Sergt. Clifford, R. 11400 cash, balance easy. The C.H.A., Kingston, is in the city and will commence courses of instructioa at the temporary armory of the 25th Battery on Dufferin street. Major Stewart will recruit men for the battery f0r a veck, commencing Monday. The battery will fire a royal .salute on Friday, time and Place to be decided later. A GOOD SPRING TOXIC A great many people feel that they need a tonic at this season of the year. Try a bottle of our Elixer Gentian A, Iron Chloride. This is a good bracing tonic that will make yon feel bottrr for having taken it Johi htsc 'ur FOR .rooms and Alberta Securities Ltd. MADAM Pian- ist, at liberty tor engagements. Pupils taken, subjects, piano, organ, theory, harmony and counterpoint. Miss Norman, teacher of dancing ball room and stage, 622 Crabb St. 129-6 The Rainy Season is Here Phone 754 if you require anything in WIRE DOOR MATS, FIBRE DOOR MATS, FOOT SCRAPERS, ETC. We have a very handsome COMBINATION FOOT SCRAPER AND BOOT BRUSH With foot scraper in the centre and brushes on each side, thus ensuring a clean hoot with no trouble. Scrapes the sole and cleans the upper at the same time. AN ORNAMENT TO ANY VERANDAH The McKeown Hardware Co., OUFFERIN AND ROUND 8T8. "We ship out of town daily.4 (LIMITED.) TH EATRES Majestic TONIGHT Partello Stock Co. in that Famous Comedy "HOW BAXTER BUTTED IN" Scats on Sale at the Red Cross Drug Store Lyceum FEET OF THE LATEST v "7 MOTION PICTURES Best ever seen in Lethbridge H AYR BROS. Reducing sale SNAPS Plain panelled screen doors LOO Plain body, comer scrolls, varnished 5 SCREEN WINDOWS t- 15c each Get our prices on Refrigerators and Tools No. 9 Wash boilers 'our P 33as Co. you live out of town write us." GLOVES FOR ALL---MEN OR BOYS BOYS' GLOVES GOOD SERVICEABLE GLOVES for all the boys.. Prices nin at .............-..........................40c, 75c ami GAUNTLET GLOVES THE SARGEANT for hard wear. Union made. Prices A GOOD GLOVE for a small price. Special value..............60c HALL'S HORSE HIDE and A REAL GOOD GAUNTLET good wearer. Special WORK GLOVES A GOOD MULE HIDE a reasonable price .40c and 50c CALF SKIN fine soft glove, only.............. .75c HOG SKfN as tough as the hog. Wi'li give no end of DRESS GLOVES MEN'S FINE MOCHA lined. Only GOOD DOG SKIN and dressy. Our Just Arrived NEW TIES and BELTS THE BENTLEY COMPANY LIMITED We Sell CLUETT SHIRTS ;