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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB PRINTING AT "THE: HETRALO The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACK TO STAY Men In lethbridg? Is the OIUIS HOTt Baseball Goods Gloves, Mitts, Bats and Gloves. Reece's International League Goods. Right Prices Special To Clubs at THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 The Store of Quality JUST RECEIVED Fresh Pine- apples Bananas Oranges Apples and Lemons PHONE 21 G. iRADBEfH CD. Only ONION Grocery Store In City [fRESH Cabbage, Celery, Kadisbes, Onions. Lettuce. Spinach. Asparagus, Rhubarb, New Spuds, Cocoauuts, Strawberries, Pineapples etc. We have a full line of Fruits aud Vegetables. Apples, about 40 boxes still to dispose PHONE 98 THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT. j CITY AND DISTRICT. Tenders are being nsKed for crcc- j tion of a band on the square MrS- j. R Anderson will not re- and also u. residence for John Brodie 'ceive on Tuesday on Coutts street, 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 r A private sale of A. G. .Mercer, of ilagrath, is in b household furm- 22 at the residance of Mr. W. F. I Sunday's Needs Paper Bound Boots 15c., or 2 for 25c. 20c.. or 3 for 50c. or 3 for Cloth Bound Books 35c., or 3 for 75c., and the copyrights Writing Paper in Tablets Papetries and Bulk Store Open Saturdays un- til 10.30 p.m. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE 1st Door lest of Onion Phom 251 Agents for Undarwood DRUG STORE CLASS In orrr selection of the most ordinary drug store goods as well as in our selection of, rare drugs, every effort is made for class, quality and newness How well we have al- ways succeeded is evi- denced by our growing and satisfied trade. ONLYMED1C1NES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on Tveek days. On Sxindays and Public Holidays vre are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. S p.m. to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell IHO DISPENSING CHEMISTS THE WEATHER. i Lethbrluge. cloudy........ 3S 1 Macleod, iair 02 Medicine cloudy 53 Winnipeg, cloudy 62 Port Arthur, cloudy -H Shuvvers of rain accor.ipa'-iiod many cases by thunderstorms., occurred throughout Manitr-ba Saskatchewan and one or two licht showers in Alberta. city. E. V. Dangerfield, of Culgurv, gen-jTate on Courtland St., one house west eral baggage agent C. P. R., was in of Alderman Hutton. the citv yestcrdav. C. Wedley. of resident engineer's I Jt is unofficially announced that J. office of c! p R .Medicine Hat, is iS- T- Alexander, formerly of I.etb- ;n the city todav. bridge, will be made B. C. govern- Mark Drunuu. 'editor of the Frank ;inent aSrat at Fernie, upon the re- Paper, of Frank, is in Ue city to-; Agnation of J. H. McMullan. day. J- A. Birmingham, Western Travel- Rev. A. M. Gordon will address Secretary of the Brotherhood of the Boy's Club and Mission Band in; St. Andrew, wiii address -a msn's mee-t the club rooms at Wesley church in St. Augustin's Parish hall on morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Monday evening at 8 o'clock. All are "The Unseen Witness" will be Rev. j cordially invited. 131-2 A. A. Lytie's subject at Westminster 4 Lots, corner London and Ernest. Half cash, balance 6 and 12 months ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK I; 42 church tomorrow evening. Reference.. 44 will be made to the life of the late 34 "Mrs. S. A. .Jones. All -are invited.; in Strangers especially made welcome. have; H. X. Galer, president of Royal: and Collerics Andrew Laidlaw. presi-! very" dent of Galbraith Coal Co.: O. E. S. :Whiteside. general manager Inter-; Cole- i I Builders' Hardware Heft Season's Designs Just ilnpaeked Summit Sets in plain antique copper, beautifully finished.. Per Set The weather generally has been fair national Coal and Coke Co.. with tendencies 10 higher tempera- man, are in the city. tures. The secretary of the Board of Forecast All West Fair today and Trade has received some Premium on Sunday. Sunday higher tempera- Lists of the Alberta Provincial Ex- hibition to be held in Calgary. July -j to 10. Anyone interested can ob- CITY AND DISTRICT I The fire brigade were out at 5 a.m. 'this morning for a drill exercise with jhose and loaders. Mr. Theo Lorch we understand will j repeat "Dr.Jekyll and next i week. CITY AND Chiei Gillespie got a con Cranbrook Herald Mrs. H. E. against Man Chew, the Chinaman ac- Briggs has returned from a visit Q- keeping a disorderly house! .Lethbridge, Alta.. and she was ac- in the Wi Chang block. Ford street.) companied by Mrs. Frank Davis, who The chink had itacleod of .'will be her guest for a short time. leod to him gut Ohief Gil. W. S. Bush, builder and contract- lespie. had ,nade a careful prepara. j or, of Strathmore, has assigned to tion of the Case and had authorities j the Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd., galore to prove his case. The -accused j for the benefit of his creditors. was fined ami costs by Magis- In Knox church tomorrow morning trate ircDougall. Tho case will' be the preacher will be Rev. W. G, "W. i Fortune, secretary of the Alberta w. p> j Alexander, late of Madoc Social an-d Moral Reform League. At .Qnt.. will open a drug store on! the evening service Mr. Gale, the .Westminster Road. North Ward, in a evangelist, who was heard with such short time He has men at work j profit last Sunday evening, will putting up a two-storey building! preach again. Every one is welcome tmd stock very 'best grades i to this and all its other church ser- Of drugs and stationery. Alex-' ander was in business in Ma-doc for five years He begn travellin company at the Lyceum. through the west and after seeing Two new towns were placed on the Lethbridge. decided that this citv map of Southern Alberta on a bright future and was the best day when C. S. Xoble, of Clares- place to locate in. He has had spec- holm, sold to the C. P. R. two half ?ial charge of the prescription depart- sections of the survey of the Leth-jment of one of the biggest drug bridge Calgary 'branch. Noble is lo- j stores in Toronto for some time. twenty miles northeast of this! Mrs. Alexander, who is an honor 'city and is in the centre of a "nhe I graduate of Toronto Conservatory of farming locality. Mr. Xoble was in, Music, a gold medallist in vocal mus- town yesterday arranging for theJc of Whitby Ladies' College, will transportation of building materials. join her husband here about Julv 1 He will erect a block and locate Next week-Theo. Lorch and his; Williams' Jubilee Singers America's best Negro Singers. WESLEY CHURCH For Young Men's Club Doon open at 8 o'clock Programme at 8.3 0 Admission 50c 75c DONT MISS IT HELP the Y.MC. Fulton Set Sets in antique copper, bevelled Plymouth Sets in antique copper and knobs, excellent value. Per Set Alberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1.1, il'iEY, Mgr. a blocK and locate; The country north of the city be-i there, having dissolved partnership tween the Belly river and the Little I I Frank Waddmgton, who has been! with Mr. Milnes with whom he has; Bow has heeit pretty well j confined to the house for a associated in the real estate; with moisture, which "will ensure a' j suffering from a severe chill, returned j business for a number of years. crop this season. The low! I to business this morning. j will handle the townsite for the. C. spots in the coulees are filled up I Patronize the Y. M. C. by taking p. R. The other town has been; making water plentiful for the range.' m the concert m Wesley Church to-j named Barons and is located some'stock. The grass is coming- along! ni8ht- twenty-five miles north of Mr. nicely and the grain crops axe doing j The Becker and .Yates Lumber says people are flocking into well. The farmers are hustlinn- to Warner, have opened a yard at; this new line. Already there in as much crop as thev can: and i Dayton with, a complete stock; two banks and .three lumber yards; erecting fences and new buildings J of lumber and building materials. jat Carmangay. etc. Every trip out into the dis- j j H. L. Gale, Esq., will address men I fellow Sloan who was fined a. tric't shows great results of the la-1 only on the subject, "Infidelity dollar and costs for vagrancy the bors of the settlers, who are arriving Cause, Consequence and day here was wanted in Clares- ;this spring and developing their pro- i the Lyceum theatre tomorrow after- oolrri. He had appealed against ajPerty. All are feeling good over the i noon from 4 to 5 o'clock. If you j conviction and then skipped out. He -prospects of the new railways in time i !would like a seat go early. 'jwas -re-arrested by the city haul out this year's crop, thus i Yesterday afternoon there was a; and handed over to the R.ZsT.W.M.P. saving the long haul. i j lively practice game of football oniHe sent up for two months. carpanters i jthe Square in preparation for The Tonight wil1 your last opportun- on Monday morning at Mr. Fred j match on May 24 between the Cal-; lty to see Marvel'e, the snake man, W. Downer's residence, corner Red- Igary Caledonians and the Lethbridge i at also the Bachelor Street and Westminster Road. 'city team. The finance committee iters in thelr sonSs and dances. Next'Apply to the Superintendent en the itook up a collection to go towards Mo'nday n'sht Le No5res Marionettes! work. the guarantee fund needed for WaSner and Gray wif! be two !-match. strong features of the bill. For Victoria Day, May 24th, the j Pacific Railway Company! announce a rate of fare and one third'; Houses Two Houses south of Westminster School, and near Westminster Koad. These houses are new, and have water and electric liht. Price Terms L. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 OfficeS Macdouald Block Per brass, oval Virginia Sets in antique copper, neat desig-n. Per Set Lafayette Sets in Lemon brass, a most beautiful design. Per Set Randolph Sets in Lemon brass, bevelled ede-es. A very artistic dfesign. Per Set Clinton Sets in bronze, beautifully chased: one of the hand- somest sets manufactured. Excellent value at, per set Our Special Sets in beautifully hammered antique copper. Oval knobs. A bargain. Per Set 75c Butts in all sizes. Sash Lifts. .Sash Fasteners, Sliding. Door Ssts and Finger Plates to match all the above sets. Chicago Spring Butts in antique copper or black Japan in 6 sizes. Refrigerator and Cupboard Catches. A full line of Hat and Coat Hooks in all the latest designs and styles. Hardware. Our stock is very extensive and up to date. THE McKEOWft 1UIVIIE CO, [ID, Comer Dufferin and Ronnd Streets E.W. Kingston I for the round trip. Tickets will be i Jon sale May 21st, 22nd., 23rd. andj 124th., good to return until May 26th. j 128 10 I YOU'LL ENJOY THE I GOOD BOARD yon get here. It will be so sound Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- .J ing Etc. I WELLINGTON Cor. Cutbill and Conrt- land. Box 644. Lot 68 ft. by 225 ft. Bompas St. Between Bfirtlett and. Westminster, nicely plant- ed witlf'trees. CASH Best bargain in the city MONEY TO LOAN n FIRE INSURANCE OFFICE PRINTING H! BR WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD. j C- j; P. 0. Biotk PkBie 21 11 "If yon live out of town write us." FOR furnitrsre Bookbinding.Kitling, Legal Forms i IStovall. Opposite Chinook Club, cor, i f c. Glyn and Dufferin. ]29-6 bchool bupplies Snap in WARD Comer Lot Number 83 Wallwork Addition Terms Twenty Acres TO RENT Close to Fair Apply to R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OH BLOCK "Muldoon's tonight Picnic" at the Lyceum Another Snap- 5 roomed house and 31-2 lots on the watermtin in North Ward. terms given W. R. Dobbin Phone 122 ;