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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD THE PLACt, TO STAY amis ion Mr XTml For Goodness Sake, Read This! We are offering as fine a line of Fishing Tackle as: you ever laid hands Flies, Trolls. Spinners, Phantoms, Reels, Rods, Furnished Lines, in fact everything These goods are them The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 he Store of Quality Try some of Mclver Boiled Ham Mild Cured Just the thing to eat in warm weather PHONE 21 6. mm en Only UIIQI Grocer} Store IB Citj New Arrivals Fresh Creamery Butter New Laid Eggs Boiled Ham THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY mmn PAPERS in floral, block or tile Just the thing for kitchen or bath room 4Oc. per single roll UOKTGK lit tor M if UN tart I Ho Chance To Get Stele The "enormous- quantity of receipes filled- daily at our store leaves no chance for drugs to on our shelves and, get .stale and v V Tjiat medicines from here are so reliable. UkertiDrigiUlNld. Prescription Specialiits. i, i. BIT. inmtNE No CITY AND DISTRICT. j Two more Hart Parr gasoline trac- tion plowing engines arrived at- Leth- j bridge yards last night. Mrs. Frank Davies and family left Sunday last fur an extended visit ito Leamington, Ont. j Three cars of stock for Gordon I Ironsides and Fares arrived at Leth- bride from points in Saskatchewan. The Beagle-Maxwell Land Co., removed to their new offices in ithe ground lioor of the old Oliver where they have two comfort- jable rooms. .The first anniversary services of j Westminster Methodist church will _ keld on Sunday'next. 'Rev, R. C. j T. McKehzie will preach morning CITY n i STRICT !and and representatives of CITY 4NO DISTRICT. the provindal Sunday gchool AsSQ_ Geo. Roach, who comes from Lon- j elation will address the Sunday School j don, Enff., has arrived in the city Jin the afternoon. Special music and i ami will join the staff of the Bank of j exercises by the children will be giv- Hontreal. en at each service. On Monday even- Roy, the young son of FrSd Hop-] ing a supper and musical program kins, who was so seriously m at the: will be given in the church from e hospital, is reported to be recovering to, 9, which the admission will be mcely- {50 cents. Harper's orchestra ill be On May 25 the marriage took place j in attendance. On Tuesday afternoon of JLora J.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. at 4 o'clock a supper will be ghen for O. F. Bicknell, to W. W. Bonnieraan, the children, at Lethbridge. I The Stacey Lumber Co. are .now lo- would overlook 'Higinboth- am's when she wants the best -in toilet articles, for we- car- ry a superior line of per- fume, iiair brushes, combs (by actual count -we.' have. Sixty-five va- powders, hair pre- sponges, creams. We are proud of the variety and" excellence in these lines. For 'the best at reasonable prices, Family and Dispensing Chemwtsv Telephone.49, Night In another column The Herald pub- letter from ex-Alderman Gun- on the: proposed plans for [the fire department of the city. For [two years Mr. Cunningham was i chairman of the fire and light com- mittee of t-hc council." Seats cm sale at the Lyceum box office every day for San Francisco Optra Co. next Wednesday night; j boxing exhibition on Fraday, May 28; and for the regular performance every The annual church parade of the 'Sons of England Benefit -Society will Jibe held on Sunday evening.'-next' to the Presbyterian church, when the P. Gordon will preach a special sermon. Members are reguested to turn, out in .fult strength. Muster at Oddfellows' Hall at 6.45. A series of 'dances will fee given throughput the summer at the Cale- donian Hall. under the direction of Madam Gorman. .The dances will be held every Wednesday evening com- mencing-next week. :This is the fin- est hall in the city. A splendid new floor has been laid and good music has-been secured. Lyceum, the i their offices at the corner of West- minster Road and Railroad St., in.'the Ward and are prepared to ive careful attention to-all. orders. A complete stock of the best grades'has been unloaded so-that the company is prepared to supply anything in building materials. Branch yards at Macleod and Bow Island are fully-equipped and other yards will be opened during the summer. With his wide experience .in lumber business Mr. Stacey understands both the markets and ..the demand of .the -trade and says he can interest any farmer or contractor when the., grades and prices of his stock become well known. The yard is located just across the track in North Ward. The most dressy Ladies' Oxford in the city Queen Quality SOLE AGENCY THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON GOW SHORT NOTICE Auction Sale To-night AT 7.30 Under instructions from Jos. Small I will sell at my rooms, next Irriga-, tion Hall, the contents of his bouse, Furniture, Dishes, Stoves, Kitchen Utensils, etct I vrill also sell a quanti- ty of Sox, Overalls, Shirts, Suspenders, etc., at the same time. Come Come Come W.L WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 IWHTFII of Land broken, 4 miles east "M' of the city. Water oa the land. i! ALBERT E mvOEslV A BLOCK PHONE 297 As the Warm Weather approaches so does the Fly BE WISE IK Get your SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS early. We have the beet selection In the City to choose from. SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS In all sizes and at all prices ICE CREAM FREEZERS and REFRIGERATORS at prices to suit every purse We ship to out of town customers daily. Write us. 1HE McKfOWN Corner Dnfferin and Bound Streets ITD. Godfrey, who replied that he knew there would be trouble, but that he would defend us best of his ability. "When the train pulled into the j Chinese Instrument expert; Buckley, CIYT AND DISTRICT De Veber has re'turned Senator Ottawa. Mrs. :rW, .-.Jd; Blmmnnc will "Ot Te- ceive again this season. Dr. j. H. Rivers, of Eaymoud, was in the city last .'evening. Tftos. Spademan, of Stirling, was the city yesterday. Get your tickets for the big sparring between Sealer and Daly the Lyceum Friday night 10 p.m. Thomas Lewis has taken out a per- mit, for a residence erected in the Duff Addition. Work on the construction ithe Co. Fishers in their spectacular contor- tionist act; Dobladoes with his flock trick dancer; Dorothy Lamb in a side splitting sketch; The Board Ot Trade Had Bnsy Hour (Continued from front pwgei Senator CeVeber .who has just re-. turned was present and was called on for a speech. He spoke "briefly refer- ring to the. local conditions "a't the city post office and his-efforts to haye the present condition remedied; Wei are suffering inconvenience owing to! the delay but in "the end we will get a better building by waiting patient-} of trained sheep and the pig Louie. station a party of Magrath fellows who had been" at Sparing Coulee shooting, -got off be- ing informed of'' one of them came to Barclay ,and told him that if he Magrath again he would! get hanged.'. That was evidently a pre-arranged signal for what afterwards followed. For .A mob of forty men rushed to waiting- room where we were and -bore us to the ground, jumped onliis and otherwise ill-used us. The constable stood on one side, Mr. Ammon Mercer being the only one, to interfere in our be- half. The constable' finally told the mob to quit, which they did." Mr. Harrison states that they are taking steps to obtain 'redress. The K. W. M. P. reports as to the affair substantiate- very- largely the report sent from Magrath. except that there was violence done at the station. Inspector West is going to Magrath to investigate the1 affair. Good sub-division proposition, close in, in first-class locality. Inquire if interested Private money to loan, available on short notice Freeman, Alacleod Graham Phone 173 Money taLoan P.O. Box 679 8 roomed, new, modern house fine location, two lots, stable. Small cash payment Balance easy. Beagle Maxwell Land fo., Oliver Block ly. The mail .service between here New can't afford" to and the springing up be- tween ihis city -and Medicine Hat was referred to by a member of the Board of Trade and the Sen- The Y.M.M.I.A. and, Y.WJI.I.A. of the L. D. S. church will run an ex- cursion to the June to be jhig span of the at -the bridge has been from Minneapolis, with a car-of settlers' effects and vgoes south to Warner. Change of proframme at the Ly- ceum tonight. R. P. Wallace, of Taber, the newly elected clerk of the Supreme Court, arrived in the city this morning, Good preliminaries in for the Friday night at the Salt Lake City, Utah. CLEVERUT MECHANICS cannot make a good building with materials.: ienced men know thii-and save from future trouble by buying MATIHIALI FROM Ul Even if they should cott you a little more it would pay you to follow their example. But they, .donH. Our pricea'are as moderate JM. .any and pr> than: many. U save money now as well as by getting v' Lycetrm.' Rev. A. A. JLytle, Thos. Taylor arid Mr. and Mrs. Geo. left on the local to attend district meeting 'at Macleod.- Remcmbar tonight, Thursday at 7.30 thr auction sate of hold furnitura Wilson's auction room, ntitt tht. Irrigation Hall. No W. L. Wilion, VSOAP We carry only' the PURE FRENCH BRANDS, VIRGIN AND SHELL. Either of these make excel- lent family. soaps and make good lather. 2le J. J. Johnston i conference at Tickets will be on sale May 29 to June 5 with a, thirty day limit.. The return fare will be as follows JLethbridge S29.- 55 i Stirling Warner Raymond S28.90-; Magrath id Cardston, Dr. Braithwaite of Edmonton, is among the visitors attending tfie Masonic Grand Lodge this week. The doctor notices 6uite an improvement in Lethbridge since he was resident here as surgeon for the R. W. M. P. in the years from 1886 to 1889. O course twenty years makes quite a change in a western town. His old time friends are glad to meet the genial doctor once again. Remember the auction at Fur- man Livery Barn txn Saturday, May implements, w. L. Wilson, auctioneer. Wants. Dominion Exhibition from Front Page.) Kegina people, said Mr. IWchard- son, are making preparations for was reminded that they had holding a very successful fair in. 1911 considerably in. the past few and have already laid good founda- tions. r While in Saskatchewan the local secretary did-business-in con- nection with the provincial' to be held in Calgary in July. He says from present' indications there will be -large crowds visit' Calgary from ________ Saskatchewan points, besides rmm- tfce constable {erous stock and agriculture exhibits. considerably months. Baby Causes a Riot Magrath (Continued from .Front Page.) "Meantime, Mr., Stacey dismissed the charge but I I Two fine building lots on I Courtland Street Terms l (i SKEITH 4 TILLEY I orders to remain Barclay to see that he went out on the afternoon train. Hatheson, of the R.X. room house, with a large garden. Torrance Ave. W E Dobbin. Phone 197 Bound St. Lot 68 ft. by 225 ft. i! Bompas St. Between Bsrtlett and Westminster, nicely plant ed with trees. If U Want A Kool Kitchen Buy A Kootenty, The That Is Built Not To Heat And C It. warned Mrs. Bokierson and j FOB KENT-Shack, close in, North J 1_ _1 _1 ..m ___ .1 -U7 "X? J. J-fc- myself that, we had to leave on the afternoon train also. He read an order to Mrs. Bokierson, which he Bobbin. 140-O' said had been telephoned to- him by the judge at Eethbridge, to give the child to its mother, she -having taken charge of it wheir-JBarclay was ar- rested. good livery business in promises to be one of" the best in Southern Alberta. It dudes barn, rigs and Tiorses and can be purchased for only and cash -will Kendle it. Present owner give good reasons for selling. Ap- ply to The Canadian leaf Estate Co., Room Bryan" Block, or Box 387, Lethbridge, -Alta. 140-6 also informed-jne that we would be lucky if we got" safely out of'town, and that he. would have his work cut out for him to defend us. We all went to the depot and waited for.the train, with Godfrey. "We'could see that a crowd was------------ hotel waitress i VIJVG. -.ipyiiuwMuii to be made to we mentwnod the fact to Constable I the Hotel. 140-3 i wishing to borrow money on farm lands or J city property: The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block. 40-6 THE GOLDEN WEST Havefor sale thefUIowiog oTer, and see me in the morning these 8-roomed neir jnofdera; hooie. Qutbill 1600 Pri-jG to tnit BaUnce e.ty J 5 loU high and dry. Charlet Street and Wettiningtef Botd. >C--' 7 loti ewt of Wwtroiniter, Block 126. "It out of town writo FOB SALE 3 corner lots on Smith St. s Terms V Offices to rent in Bryan Block Addition. Apply The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block .CASH Best bargain in the city j; MONEY TO LOAN _ FIRE INSURANCE I I i! Tke C. 8. bnviii ige F.I. mtt Gv L; Vroomah has just received a car. of buggies from Rwrie, Ont. A Good Buy For FOUR CORNER LOTS ON Comtland Street Close to Wettininster Ed WAITED, A Tailor Mutt agocx cmr DYE WORKS LOAKS INSURANCE It V. Gibbons on There will ,fce a meeting in the Ba Hotel: at 8 o'clock tonight Jc tJie paipoee of organizing an inte Provincial Lacrosse League which "will extend to Edmonton.- i full turnout is requested. The lute mediates are to turn o fcr practice tonight with the senior Snap-Double lots, McKillop Addition, weat (iide, close in. each. Terms cash. W 122 ;