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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD Ihe Lethbndge Doily Herald U THE PLACJL fO INfi IB litbtfioie is to HLU5 HOtt "A REFRIGERATOR" A comfort and and a necessity in a home. We stock five sizes rang- ing in price from to They are Elegant in Designs Beautiful in finish Perfect in operation. "The Best" Ice Cream Freezers in 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. and .20" quart. We invite your inspection. The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Rcdpath P.O. Box 670 fj j The Store of Quality Just received Fresh Bananas Rhubarb Oranges and Lemons PHONE 21 6. BMDBEER CO. lit? Him Emery Itin li Cit} New Arrivals Fresh Creamery Butter New Laid Boiled Ham THE PHONE 98 CO. s_' Made in styles to suit the most ex- acting, iu a quality that wear. BOULEVARD Height. in. back and 2m. front. Books Books All the LATEST BOOKS Special Cloth Editions Regular for 75c 1000 Paper -Bonnd Books 2for26c Store optn until 10.30 on Saturdays UOUTDIE lit to Int if bin hsi 2f I CITY AND DISTRICT Eight cars of grading outfit, be- longing to Corey Bros. Construction Co., came, in over go south over the A JR. I. to Idaho. Sam Sadowsld has given up the management of bis brother's store and will go into business for him- Don't tht- big program at tht Lyceum tonight. On. Sunday afternoon 4.15 J. Holm, of Calgary, preach, in the Scandinavian: language in Fint English Baptist church. Mrs. Wl J. Kelson will receive on Tuesday afternoon 'from-4 to 6.30: also in. the evening 'at ner home; 585 Burdett street. -_ If- Davidson, of -the Inter- national Coal and Co., Cole-. man, has been at the Royal for" several days, returned his home today. JE. Jacobs, of Victoria, British. Co- lombia, correspondent for the Engin- eering and Mining- Journal, York ;t the Tmintng Journal, London, ONLYMEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been onr rale 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 week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we.are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.ra. 4p.m. to 5 p.m. 8 pjji. to 9 p.m. For Bother urgent "calls use Phone 49 or Night BeU Ftftlf Ml UKU1U ClflUTI THE WEATHER. Edmonton, raining 74 50 Oflflgary, clear 66 44 Lethbridge, fair 74 47 Maoleod, dear 76 47 Medicine clear 66 48 Winnipef, (doody 80 53 Forecast: All local .24 .00 -02j .00 .00 .00 and Qmmitmt By the workman- Pwftctly chapcd and double for itrtnptli and loaf wimr. Brmmi. each, Me, ElkBriuid.2forJ5c. CIYT AND DISTRICT A car of settlers' effects has arriv- ed from. for G. H. Stacey, of tihe Stacey JLumber Co., of this city. CITY AWO Hail, secretary of the City league, has xettimed from aa important trip to.Hedtdne Hat. W. IT. Tovnc haa ntuiiwl to the city from hig survey camp for. a day or two. pastor will conduct both ser- vices at Wesley church tomorrow. Bewry-orjranized choir of over twenty voices, under the leadership of Prof. Harper, conduct the service at song-. Sittings free, and strangers "always welcome. ..The services in the Baptist; church will be held "at the usual, hours to- morrow. At 11 a.m. William Arm- strong, who "has been appointed' as missionary- at Diamond City, -will preach, At3 o'clock the Sunda; school and adult bible class meet and at 7.30 the pastor will conduct the service. Gale and Hatch, hymn books will be used at the services Evening subject, "The evil 0 within us." The following- oncers were elected at the semi-annual business meeting of the clerks' union, on Wednesday evening: President, A. H. Ritchie, Ire-elected; 1st vice. Miss A. Xdven 2nd vice. Miss Young; financial sec- retary, IT. A, Denuison recording secretary, C, G. Sydal; trewurer, 3Css A- Thompson guide, Miss 31.. Jfiven; guardian, G. Bolster. A com- AND DISTRICT. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Tlje price of Alberta ftf-.d has risen slightly. One cause no doubt of the good price fcr fall wheat, is the de- mand there will be this summer and fall owing to the vast increase in acreage being brought under culti- vation' this season by the host of steam and gasoline plowing outfits now operating ia the L'etbbridge dis- trict. The price of oats too is steady and on the increase no doubt caused by the influx of settlers needing feed and by the development throughout the whole district. No. 1 Northern 0 00 05 No. 2 Northern 0 00 1 02 No. 3 Northern 0 00 0 99 No. 1 Alberta Bed 0 00 1 04 No. 2 Alberta Red 0 00 l 01 Oats, per bushel 0 53 0 56 Flax, per bushel .....0 00 1 25 the hoof- The most dressy Ladies' Oxford in the city Queen Quality SOLE AGENCY Pair' the Famous Soisette with Queen Quality Oxfords purchased for cash on every pair of Saturday only. THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON ft COW f j I Here's in it. Buy acre lots in the south east end of the city at and For further particulars see i ALBERT STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK England, and secretary Western broach of Canadian Mining Institute, to write special articles "on the mines of this district. Qtt your Mats for San Francisco Opart Go. Wednesday night "Rorodora." Thursday night "King Dodo.'..... mimication Trill be sent to the-board of trade asking it it will delegation to lay before it thfe mat- ter of the weekly half-holiday duiiag the summer, his trip to Palestine, OUT J.-R, Gardner Mc- Gregor, official court stenographer, and principal of. the Lethbiidge School -of Short-hand, and Typewrit- ing, has just been notified by Sir: Isaac Pitman Sons, Phonetic In- stitute, Bath, he has appointed by them hon. sec- J. D. Higinbotbam returned last night from Egypt, Italy and other Eastern coun- tries, "Today HJffwbothaci is busy giving his whole attention to work at his desk in the Mrs. Htginbotham remained at her in Ontario. Manager F. W, Brown arrang- The boys' club of Knox church are arranging- a game .of baseball next Wednesday with; the Red Sox team. The chief of ;the fire department is still alter any citizens wbo have in- flammable material lying around in their back yards. P. L. XaismitA, general manager of the A.B. I. Co., has retunwd from Macleod "where he was attend- ing the aesaiona of the Board of Con- ciliation, in regard to tie strike. The .law suit arising over tie cus- tody of the five children taken in charge by the R.N.W.M.P., was tak- I up before Judge Beck at Calgary, yesterday but was adjourned until June 9. H. F, recently appointed secretary of the Alberta Sunday School association, arrived in. the city today and will speak at some :of :the churches tomorrow in the in- terests of Sunday school work. Mr. [Duckg; per lb. Kenny will be present the Insti-1- tute meeting of the Sunday schools Potatoes, "per cwt, of the Lethbridge and Cardston dis- Cabbage, per lb. tricts to be held in Wesley church on Onions; per lb Monday afternoon, and evening next. Westminster-: church will celebrate its first anniversary -tomorrow. Three services; will be Rev. 3J. C. T. McKenzie "will preach in the morning at 11 and evening at 7.30, Steers, per lb. 0 04 0 04X Cows, per lb.......V. p 03 HOGS- Live, per cwt........ 0 00 6 06 Breamed, per cwt, 0 00 8 00 Live, per cwt. 000 5 00 Live, with wool .....0 00 6 00 Dresed, per cwt. 0 00 12 00 BUTTER AND Owing no doubt to a large increase in the supply caused by the better pasture toe price of butter has taken a drop. Still there is a good.demand, per, lb. 030 035 jer lb. ...-024 0 38 The hens are laying better for eggs too are plentiful and the price is lower, now quoted, Eggs, per dozen 0 21 Chickens, per lb. Turkeys, per lb. Geese, 018 0 00 0 00 2 06 Q 00 0 00 025 i 0 13 090 0 15 0 14 2 25 0 06 0 04> IRON1TE LIQUID PAINT Is mixed by machines with greater thorough- ness than the most practised hand is capable of Economy Demands Its Use Because it works to the best flows on _. above all are ready for instant saves hand mixing iTonite Liquid Paint Has been thoroughly tested. When rising it yon are not experimenting, They are the purest that is on the market, and are guaran- teed to give satisfaction IIAIOIIII1E ITO, Corner Dufferin and Round Streets Rhubarb is now on. the market, and in good and representatives of the Provincial Sunday School association will ad: dress the Sunday school rally at 3 o'clock. Special music and exercises by the pupils of the Sunday, school will be given at each service. The There 'is no loose, hay. offering. YOU CAN'T BEAT THEM two Well's Siding, Im- pfoved Farm; 160 acres, ttro miles frbm new town Carmen- gay, 90 acres crop, good bnildinga, per acre. Easy terms Freeman, Macleod Graham Phone 173 Money to Loan P.O. Box 679 ed to hold the San Jrandcco Opera Co. over: another day and Dodo .on Thursday night. one of the great operatic suc- cesses and next Wednesday and Ihurm two big for the musical bunch of Lethbridge. The "Pride vof Alberta" Lodge, S. O.E.B.S., will hold their annual church parade to the Presbyterian church tomorrow evening, whm the Rev. Gordon'will preach the sermon. will go toward the building :und; of the church. On Monday ev- ening a, supper and musical enter- aUnment will be given, in the church from 6 to "9 to which the admission will be 50c. Harper's orchestra has been engaged for the" evening. On Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock a per will be given for the children and young people. Baled Hay, per ton.. 0 00 Feed Oats, per ton 0 00 Feed oats are in. demand, 23 00 33 00 Green, per lb 0 Dry Flint skins, Ib.. 0 10 Cured hides, per lb.. 006 EENDEKED No. 1, per lb. ...000 No. 2. per lb 0 00 0 0 IS 007 004 0 03 Shorthand Writers' Ap- in and .irowu whom can be obtained all information re- garding this institute ajfweli as par- ticulars relative to .their system of shorthand, it may be mentioned In- cidentally that only men prominent in the shorthand worfcj are selected to 'such a responsible positioi, and many years may elapse befdro one la appointed. This goes- to confidence that Sir Isaac AU jnembera of the local lodge and j Sons have in Mi-. Mcpregor visiting Sons of England are j quested to meet at Oddfellows'? Hall, j at 6.45 p.m. j Brigadier Adby is being greeted by j large crowds each evening. He is conducting a great soul saving cam- paign m the Salvation Army hall. People are being converted and very interesting times are being had. The meeting tonight at 3 p.m., Sunday at 9, 11, 3 and 7.30. Everybody welcome. Swearingjin of recruits in the afternoon. as. a THE QfANTS OF THE FOREST do not always make the best lumber. We do not care how big a tree Is, but how sound and perfect. WE DON'T WANT POOR LUMBER any more than you do. We want the kind that will please and satisfy you so that your firat purchase will not be your last. We get that kind and only. We await your first order which will stake you a steady- custom- er in the lumber line; togers-tonninglwm Lumber Company Ld CASTILE SOAP We carry only the PURE FRENCH BRANDS, VIRGIN AND SHELL Either of these make excel- lent; family, go'api and make good lather. J. Johnston Prncrlption Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- teacher of their system.- .Sunday .t 3 and f 'The PM. OP flf for the last. time at. the Eureka. If you Buy a Koottnay Snap a few .days only I CBJI sell Four Lots on Norman Street, in the North Ward for each. These lots will be on the water, and are worth LS; RIPLEY TELEPHONE 394 Drop a post card to I. W. Von Ry Box 13 Herald If you want your windows -cleaned. Carpets- taken up, cleaned and re-laid. Any. sort of house-tiUaniug work I. WANTED Excavations to Make Cellars to Dig Yards to Clean All at Lowest Prices HeriMOiet Two Beat Business Lots in City, near our office 4 Price each if sold within three days Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block Immigration'Agent Chas. Hair, Coutts, m the J. H. Fleetwood, chairman of the school-board, has .received word from the chairman -of.the Medicine Hat board, saying that the "board expects to come to Lethbridge on Tuesday to loofc over the new Central school o get some ideas that 'ttosy may use n building the' high school at tha Hat. JOY the Daily ierald -in North Ward. Apply at 142-0 f f And It; All that Wt say It it, wt Will takt It And W-WBBT "If livt wrt ol tow! wrtts :ti." New Consignment of- Babies' Straw Bonnets frbhi 85c each Chiidf en's Linen Sailor in Blues and Fawn Hats for school wear as North Ward MILLINC1Y STORE Westminster Road IMiiliiMlllMiiiMi r- LOTS facing south on.' I London Street 94OO Terms Offices to reut ia Bryan Block Addition, Apply Tht Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block EASY AND SAFEf TO USE INEXPENSIVE. MILLS LICE 0NIUliyE STOCK. DI3IMFICT8. CURES M AMOK, tCAil, Nl 9CHATCH Ct AWAY tfajiM- fjsijj fm in IM wHi Prescription Specialists A Good Buy For FOUR CORNER LOTS ON Courtltnd Street Close to Westminster Bd Terms LOAM? It- V. Gibbons IK 222 OH JUKI TIM tfutt is flying again. It street sprinkler lost 9 Snap-Double lots, McKillojvAddition, west sijic, close in. each. Terms cash. W. R. Dobbin Co. 122 ;