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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMIST JOi MWTMG AT THE HERALD TKe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY IkH K LrttWfi b til MUII NTI e IT j ZENS i When you think "Hardware" think It will pay you There's a reason If you are a stranger, let us get acquainted THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 SPORTING I GOODS Get our prices on Sport- ing Goods and Hammocks Yon will save money Store Closes at 6.30 p.m. flOBEHWS- BOOKSTORE 1st fcflf f Kt Bf Phpm 281 for Undarwpod Typawrittn. I i I i i I I 4 I I I i I I Perfection In Prescriptions I I -I i I i I r I I I l' i i i 1 Our evergrowing prescript- ion trade has brought this department of our store to the point of perfection Physicians appreciate .'this. They feel confident that we give their patients exactly what the prescript- ion calls for. Ton know now why this store is to bepreferred Hlkerta Drug and Boot Co. Prescription Specialists I. I. WWfT, UTIIIIIW ACTORS and ACTRESSES When yon want Toilet Articles. Orrease Paints, Powders, Perfumes etc. Higinbotham Has a fine line of these. Our assortment is large, well displayed and right quality. Next to the Post Office J. 0. Iptottam 5 Co, ltd Family and Dispeniing Chemists. Telephone 4S. Night clerk- The Store of Quality JUST RECEIVED A large shipment of Jacob's" Biscuits Direct from Dublin INCLUDING Chocolate Fingers Puff Cracknell Macaroons Water Ice Wafers and Polo PHONE 21 G. BRAOBEEf) CO. Oilj UKION Grocery Iton !i City THE WEATHER. clear 33 Lethbridge, clear 52 30 Medicine Hat, clear 46 35 West Canada teral showers, but mostly fair. .02 .10 scat- AND DISTRICT Mr. and Mrs. Alvia. Bipley return- ed from the east this morning. Mrs. Alexander Smith, will receive Monday, May 31 and not the third Thursday as usual Your last chance to see Ue Noir's Marionettes at ths Eureka tonight. Misses Deinpsey and McColl will receive the first and third Friday evenings instead of 'Thursday. Five gamblers were tried today be- fore Magistrate and lost some of their winnings in fines of twenty-five and ten dollars. Entire change of pictures tonight at thlr Eureka. Chas. Meegan, the genial manager of the Balmoral, leaves tonight; on a three. trip to his home in Toronto. A meeting of the Guild of St._ Monica's will be held in the parish hall- on Friday afternoon at three o'clock. All members are requested to attend. Hev.-'W. '-G-. W. Fortune was yester: day notiGed by a lawyer that unless he "retracted his .statements concerttr ing E. Hansen he would be proaecnt-- ed for libel. Mr. Fortune says has no idea of retracting. Nelson and Gow 'offer the best pair of boots in their store' to the man who scores the first goal for Lethbridge City in the match against the Champion Caledonians of Cal- gary on May 24th. CITY AND DISTRICT J. E. Proctor, C. P. R. district passenger agent, and G. R. G. Bag- nail, of the C. P. R- passenger de- partment, Calgary, are in the city today. The rate from Lethbridge to the Seattle Exposition and return, Mr. Proctor intimates, will be "Carmen" at the Lyceum tonight. On Sunday afternoon next there will be a union meeting of the Bap- tist, Knox, Wesley and Westminster Sun-day schools at three i'clock in Wesley church, which will be ed by Evangelists Gale and Hatch. At four o'clock in Knox church there will be a mass meeting to which all people are cordially invited. The topic to be discussed by Mr.-Gale at this meeting will .be, "Amusements." The members of Westminster Sunday school are requested to meet at their own church at two o'clock. Entire change of Vaudeville at the Eureka tomorrow night. Evangelists Gale and Hatch have completed the foundation part of their work and last night commenc- j ed reaping the results of their efforts to last night all addresses neve I been an effort to get people to see the reasonable -and wise course to j, take. Last night the question, j "What must I do" was fully explain- Jed. Mr. Gale is very much adverse to appealing to people in any way except to the reason, and his re-, marks, while always convincing, are never harsh and unkind. A. marked increase was noticeable. The after- noon meetings are very well attend- jed and it is reported that men of i the city are visiting the evangelists i at their rooms. Fresh Fruit Vegetables As fruit and vegetables are now coming in pretty freely, we wish to announce to the public that we are in the fruit business this r K} year larger than ever. We have already contracted with two parties in B.C. and the one in our district to handle their Straw- berries, besides other small fruits. The famous Hood River .berries will soon be on the market. We will have these" in large quantities, and of the best quality Price and Quality always Guaranteed have at present arriving daily the following- Calif nia Strawber- ries, Cherries, fine -Rhubarb, choicest Bananas, Radishes, Green Onions, Aspatagus, new Cabbage, Celery, new etc.. TKe GOOD CO. High Class Grocers and Confectioners Wholesale and Retail Fruit and Ice Creams Phone 98 Prompt Delivery A splendid opportunity for you at The Foot Toggery's big 12 DAY'S SALE Big Reductions On All Lines THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW 2 residence lots on Westminster Road. Choice location. for the two Terms. ALBERT E. IVES, ggg STAFFORD BLOCK 297 Builders' Hardware New Season's Designs Just Unpacked Summit Sets in plain antique copper, beautifully finished. Per Set 5Sc Fulton Sets in antique copper, bevelled Set edges. OUR LETTERBOX, VOU'LL ENJOY THE GOOD BOARD you get here. It will be so sound and well so easily worked op .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 ns the lumber. That will make the work easier, quicker and pleas- anter. .And our prices will make it eaay on ycur pocketbook. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 123Md321 CHEAP FARE TO GRASSY j The C. P. R. is giving -remarkably' j cheap rates to Grassy Lake on Vic- toria Day. The return fare from Lethbridge is for adults and 60 cents "for .children. From Taber the fares arc''651 cents, speetively. These fares are consid- erably less than single fare and should be the means of attracting a large crowd to the hustling little town that is putting on the -big celebration on Monday. The train will leave Lethbridge at eight o'clock in the morning and will leave Grassy Lake to return between ten o'clock at night and two o'clock in the morn- ing to suit the convenience- of the excursionists. f Spalding's Baseball Guide for 1909 15c. each J. J. Johnston Druggist J THE RECENT DROWNING Editor of Herald: send to press ah open letter thanking the following "geptle- men for their disinterestedness and help rendered in the work of trying to get the body-.of my nephew, David Gibson, ivho was drowned m crossing the ford at Ashcroft's mine on the 27th. April 1909. Firstly, I may men- tion Mr.- James Asbcroft, proprietor of the who :along with his men did their-utmost in; trying to get the body also ;Mr. Asbcroft's offer of for the recovery of satne. Also Mr, Gunn Sons and .brjdgeqieu for-their labor and: work fot .the-recovery of the body is heybnd all praise. Their promptness.in put- ting off in boats action in trying to save.-the-life is a bright spot in the sad. accident. I, however, "ifeel it my duty say that I think the city officials did not do what' at least they might have done. What they did do was-'to; send: four men down the first evening who patrolled the river in a boat over an horn1. jThey promised to GLlS LIQUID PAINT Lot by 225 ft. Bompas St. Between Bfirtlett and plant- ed with trees. GASH Beat bargain in the city MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE TbcLll.gofiiian 1 M. Hut Per Plymouth Sets in antique copper, and polished brass, oval knobs, .excellent value. Per Set Virginia Sets in antique copper, heat, design. Per Set Lafayette Sets in Lemon -brass; a most beautiful design. Per Set ______ V, Randolph Sets in Lemon brass, bevelled edges. A very artistic design. Per Set ____ Clinton Setsln bronze, beautifully chased one of the hand- somest sets manufactured. Excellent- value at, per set Our Special. Sets in beautifully hammered antique copper. Ovad knobs. A bargain. Per. Set 75c Butts in all sizes. Sash Lifts. .Sash Fasteners, Sliding Door Sets and Finger Plates to match all the above sets. Chicago Spring Butts in antique copper or black Japan in 6 sizes. Refrige -br and Cupboard Catches. A full line of .Hat and Coat Kooks in all the latest designs- and Builders1 Hardware. Our stock is very extensive and up to date. v.. McKEOWN HARDWARE LTD. Corner Dufferin and Round Streets VllllllllH "Give me ten gallons of Uofld PaM. "No Sir! I won't take any other kiad. that other paint may possibly be good paint, bat "English" ia what I want, I have wed it and know what it will dp. "I always use LMi fatal betauae I know I auigftiinj; honest for my money ___ becaoat I know the onlr white lead used ia its manufacture tor B. B. bccanoe 1 know it ia made by one of the moat reputable in RRANDRAM-HENDERSON Cnrie in for a color card.' STAFFORD 1 If yon lire out of town write us again next day but they never came. I have been, on this Gait Bottom feince -'85 and whatever accident has been in the river und elsewhere I have assistance possible on every occasion and I feel sorely the.spoor? the town officials did render me on this occasion in the irecbver-ythe body of my nephew David Gibson. To. the' gearefal pubiicr" whose sympathy and help I. I give my sincer- est thanks for their general help with this -t closed and ..Tours, ANDREW -ANDERSON, Gait Bottom If you have the money, here is a chance to double it 4 Sections Wheat Land, per acre Good flat land, only ten. miles from thriving town on railway Freeman, Maeleod Graham Phone-173 Money to Loan P.O. Box 679 Fine Raw Land under the ditch near Coaldale at per acre. Easy terms. This land will be worth per acre in one year Beagle Maxwel! Land Co. RoomS, Mftcdonald Block WORK AN EXTRA HOUR To Editor Lethbridge Herald: notice a -number of men standing about on wet days, and find they lare mostly employed by, the City. Now I think these men ought to be allowed to work an hour extra on fine days, if necessary to pull up some of their lost time. Seeing that the work required is urgent and press- ing, I think it would be only fair both; to-ratepayers and the men who are good enough to stand off for the City's convenience and some of these men hjfcve large to keep, it must be hard on them when they cannot meet their payments through losing time on so many wet days. remain, yours truly, r A RATEPAYER. Larch and hit company Mnt tanight at tht Ly CMim. Herman Messinger is m the bar- racks awaiting trial for an assault on a Chinaman-in the Cosmopolitan Hotel last night. The A. K- I. Co, brought about' forty of horsefc up out of ..the preferring1 to feed them above ground rather than below during .the strike. A young lad was seen on Round street carrying a. pail of coal in one hand and a pistol in the other. Some of the business blocks' are out "of coal. 2 Nice New Houses for in Duff Addition, SI960 or cash .with monthly payments will handle. I New in Duff Addi- cash. I .Nice House, 7 rooms; -near foot Crabb Very easy terms. A Snap on Ford lota with, stable, etc. for Thia will be very valuable. Other houses ranging from to in different parts of cty. Skeith Tdley Phone 197 or "A Chijd.-of the Rock- tomorrow Lyceum. have one or two stenographers-who can take po- -350. EetHBridge School-, of Typewnting; 3 >and teth- servant. Aflply Mrs! Geo. Taylor, 660 Bartlett. Snap in WRTH WARD Corner Lot Number 83 Wailwork Addition Easy Termt ALSO TO RENT Olcae to Fair Apply to R Gibbons nmm on ILOCI taUnttol ttti n nmr ktasil Mri lulii IB tat klf Mtt cnlrbiliM tmlt 52 tat W. R. Dobbin (2S Co. PhoiM 122 ;