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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMtST JOB PWNTWC AT THE HERAL.D f The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY ltd li UtUNp li III MUII NT1 See Our Lawn Mowers All parts mechanically ac- curate, insuring minimum, wear and ease of running. We also stock Lawn Hose. Hose Reels. Sprinklers and Hedge Shears. In fact, everything for convenience in keeping a lawn beautiful. "We Aim to Please" The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 The Store of Quality Just received Fresh Bananas Rhubarb Oranges and Lemons PHONE 21 G. CO. Only OilOl Grocery Store It Citj New Arrivals Fresh Creamery Butter New Laid Eggs Boiled Ham THE GOOD CO. PHONE HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY N North Ward Drug make its the Public in a few days with a complete Hue of DRUGS and H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. The most dressy Ladies' Oxford in the city Queen Quality SOLE AGENCY One Pair the Famous Soisette Hose given with every pair of Queen Quality Oxfords purchased for cash on Saturday only. THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW Lots on water and sewer, good location. each, v cash, 6 and 1-2 months for the balance. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 Typewriter Papers i t A large shipment just received, containing Letter and Cap sizes, in different priced papers. Store closes at 6.30 p.m. J ROBERTSON'S BOOK5TH I 1st Door Kit of Union !anl Phom 251 m. -I Have you these Symp- toms? Do your eyes open wide? Does your mouth water? Does your head swim'? Why you've got HcConkeys Mirrors Shaving, Hand and Pocket HIGINBOTHAM has them all sizes, all prices, for all purposes. We have the best stock of mirrors in Southern Alberta the prices are right the goods are the best. The prices from 10 cents to 10 dollars At I On your mind and the only relief is buy a bos and take it home. For sale only at Alberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1.1, IIWfY, Ngr, J, D, Family aud Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night THE WEATHER. Edmonton, fair 72 Red Detr, clear 75 Calgary, fahr 72 Lethbridge, iair Maeleod, fine Medicine Hat, fine Swift Current, fair Eegina, fair Brandon, cloudy Winnipeg, clear 72 Port Arthur, fair 64 72 67 70 66 63 79 48 49 48 55 52 54 44 51 57 52 50 AND DISTRICT .00! The Imperial Bank is opening a .00 'branch at Movie, B.C. j A. H. Irwin. of Medicine Uat. has been promoted from the agency of, -00 i the Dominion Express CO. there to Lethbridge to succeed D. May. .00 .11 .94j Rev. Harrison, Walter Jor- .20! .00 i 1 dan and 0. D. Austin left last night for Strathcona to attend the sessions of the Alberta conference. _, Roy Hopkins, son of Fred Hopkins The weather has oeen warm through ihas left. the hospital suc. out the prairie provincesL Heavy rains 1 operat throughout Manitoba and' i have Saskatchewan since the last report attended by numerous thunderstorms. In Alberta it has been fine. Forecast local showers or thunderstorms but .partly fair and j warm. Alberta and Saskatchewan Fine and moderatelv warmer. was performed by Dr. Mewburn. The late G. F. Hagarty, shipowner of Toronto, father of Mrs. B. Morton left an estate valued at 821.25. The estate is divided equal- I ly antongst the widow and children. Geo. Close, who recently arrived from Stratford, Ont., has been ap- pointed to the position of manager of the Lethbridge Brick and Terra in the brick The Y.iT.C. baseball club will J business in Stratford. at the Athletic grounds for practice j Wm. Cavanagh, a young man who tonight. j Spent some of the early years of his Mrs. F. R. Agnew is expected back j life in Lethbndge, is coming along tonight after a six weeks' her mother in Calgary. visit to j rapidly in the business world. He recently been appointed manager 'Ed. C. Wohlforth, of Hutchinson. i of the Quaker Oats factory at Cedar Minn., has come to Lethbridge to The Diocesan Women's auxiliary a position with the Weber Eealty Co. Lewitt, Ashmore Co. in "The Bold j will hold its fifth annual meeting Mr. Timid" tonight at the Lyceum, j Calgary, commencing Wednesday, The N. W. Jobbing Co. have receiv- j Jime altd two following days, engine gan< ed another carload of plows. The tennis club had tournament on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. R. Aderson and Mrs. J. O. Wilson looked after fhe tea. Everyone spent an enjoyable time. Wednesday Op era Co., in "Florodora." Thursday i night "King Dodo." Seats on sale all j the time at the Lyceum box office. M. Healy, contractor, of Calgary, is! Supt of Medicine Hat, in the city today i Supt. Chudleigh, of .Cranbrcok and J. A. Macdonald went to Magrath' Trainmaster McDonnell, of Maeleod today on a business trip. A new wooden cricket CITY AND DISTRICT !are in the city today. piJch has' Tonight from 6 to D o'clock an an- been laid at the Barrack's ground. 'iniversaiy supper will be served at Don't miss Edith Haney, the pocket edition soubrette at the Lyceum. C. B. Bowman will leave this week for a trip to Nova Scotfa and New York. Another car load of agricultural im- j Westminster Church. Harper's Sen- ior orchestra has been secured and a' good musical entertainment will be provided in addition to the supper. Mrs. R. P. Wallace and family will I arrive on. tonight's train from Taber plements arrived today for Beaver Sons., Lethbridge. Two carloads of potatoes have been shipped in, one from Manitoba, and the other from Vancouver. and will, settle in the house lately The delegates from Lethbridge and their hostesses while ia Calgary are an afternoonj ilrs' Chivers' Lethbridge, Mrs. W, R- Hull, 1202 Sixth street west; Mrs. Sherlock, Lethbridge, Mrs. I.S, VanWart. sixth street west Mrs. Morgan, Lethbridge, Mrs. P. H. Burns, Thirteenth avenue west Miss Blagburn, Lethbridge Mrs.' Dooley, East Calgary. The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd., of Calgary, has been appoint- ed administrator of the estate of Constant Boomey, of Pincher Creek. Mr. Boomey was at the time of his death a few years ago a prominent member of the K.2T.WL1T.P. in that part of the province. Mr. and Mrs. Dan from Pictou, N.S., cousins of Mrs. Fred Hopkins, are visiting in the city. Mr. McDonald is combining business with pleasure for he is looking over the district ably have been performing many j evolutions till it came to a stand- still. Trie chaffeur had presence of mind to shut off all power and ap- ply the fcrakes or probably the acci- dent would have been worse. As it was'the big machine tipped over on its side and the occupants finding the situation rather uncom- fortable just stepped out onto the ground. No one was seriously in- jured. The lost bolt was found on the trail a short distance back. But the party returned to the city in rigs drawn by horses. They wish to warn all auto owners to frequently inspect their machines for that ac- cident is possible to almost any ma- chine, and the consequences might have been much more serious. Anniversary Of Year Old Church lor several friends and i vacated by C. V. Bennett on the cor- j neighbors from Pictou county, N.S I ner of _Courtland and Burdett St. j who are coming out to settle in the This morning Magistrate Macdou- j Lethbridge district this fall. May, late agent .of the Bomin- i gall heard part of the evidence in the Johnnie Hughes, in his original case of King vs. Messinger, on the .._. _. charge of assault to do actual bodily creation, "The Big introducing i, T I harm to a Chinaman named Louie, singing, character changes and aero- The case was adjourned till tomor- batic dancing at the Lyceum. jrow morning. The license commissioners met in' _ j Entire change of program at the Olivers Hall this aitcrnoon to f r i- x m Eureka tonight. All new people. sider the transfer of a license at Ta- 6 r K her. THE GIANTS 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 first purchase will not. DC youV last. We get that kind and that only. We await your first ordor which will make you a steady custom- er in the lumber line. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld PMMI 23, 123 Mrs. Bellamy, and her daughter 1 of Moose Jaw are visiting her j sister Mrs. Geo. Moth, of Riverview. i There will be a meeting of the S. 0. ,E. football club at the Balmoral Hotel on Tuesday evening. imme- 1 diately after the match. See Leoni Leoni, the silver athle- tes; Williams Mayer, singing and talking comedians. CASTILE SOAP We cany only the PURE FRENCH BRANDS, VIRGIN AND SHELL. Either of these lent family soaps and make good lather. 6 Cakes for 25c J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERl- Don't Burn Up Your Money In A Poor Range. Use A Kootenay. 14 Will Save Money You. Stafford-lggew Ca "If yon lire ovt oi town write ion Express Co., has leased the Ly- ceum theatre from F.W. Brown. He takes charge on June 7. Mr. May has been with the Express Co. eight years, two of which-he has spent in this city. He .is very popular and highly esteemed and will make a suc- cess of his new venture. He is no novice in the entertainment line. ...Gaziar Bros. Contraction of are cars of construction outfit to work on the new C. N. R. line from Vegreville via. Camrbse to Calgary. They nave a years' contract, Mr. Van Brown of Cardston, who has accepted the po- sition of foreman has had consider- able experience in-this line of work- in the United States and in the con- 'I never v heard a crowd of boys and girls sing so was one of the many complimentary remarks heard about the singing of the pu- pils of Westminster Sunday school at the church anniversary yesterday. Three services were held all of which were very well attended. The form 6f -service was new in the city and proved a splendid success. With the exception of three addresses the .ser- vices consisted of exercises by the boys, and girls who had been trained in the musical part of their work by A. G-. iEcKeown, and in the rest of the exercises by Mrs. Lyttle and the teachers of Sunday school. Bows- 01 seats in amphitheatre style were placed on the platform of the school as as the numbers were called those taking part could be distinctly seen by rising in their places. The rjen- dering-s of some of the solos, duets, and choruses were quite a surprise. Rev. R. C. F. McKenzie gave an address -morning and evening1. In the morning he spoke directly to the members and adherents of the church and gave them some practical ad- vice. He cautioned them about thinking they had the best church in the city and urged them to look for ward to greater things for, the com- ing year, forgetting or making use of past errors. If money was re- quired he believed it would be forth- coming. in the evening he based his remarks on the words, "Prepare ye the way of the and put up a plea that the" way be made reasonable, smooth and pleasant. In the afternoon O. D. Austin ad- dressed" the Sunday school rally and by the use of a practical and pointed object lesson held the interest of the boys and girls. By means' of a want ad" he led them to see that they, all were wanted to do all kinds of work for good wa-ges on applica- tion to Jesus Christ and Co. Mr. in's talk was enjoyed by the older people as well. In view of the. fact that the anni- versary was such a decided success and that a great many were unable to attend, a similar service" will be JRON1TE LIftUID 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 easiest spreads covers most and above all are ready for iusTant use, which saves hand mixing Ironite Liquid Paint Has been thoroughly tested. When using it you are not experimenting, They are the purest that is on the market, aud are guaran- teed to give satisfaction THE McKEOWN HARDWARE CO., LTD. Corner Dufferin and Hound Streets YOU CAN'T BEAT THEM 320 Acres two miles from Well's Siding, Im- proved Farm, 160 acres, two miles from new town Carmen- gay, 90 acres crop, good buildings, per acre. Easy terms I Freeman, Maeleod Graham Phone 173 Money to Loan P.O. Box 679 Fine Residence Lot on Crabb St., 31 x 137 ft. per front foot, cash balance 3 and 6 months. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block Drop a post card to I. W. Van Ry Box 13 Herald If you want your windows cleaned. Carpets taken .up, cleaned and re-laid. Any sort of house-cleanifig work held next Sunday evening jla-rgely the program of They are teaming from Card- j morning will be given A speaker ston to Lethbridge where they load.! has not as yet been secured at the C. P. R.. yards. One hundred and sixty-four dollars were subscribed to the building fund RESCUERS HAD TO BE RESCUED of the church. On Saturday afternoon a party of JAINTEKS to W. five real estate men went out in an Shaw at F. W. dence. Downer's new resi- 143-2 WANTED Excavations to Make Cellars to Djg. Yards to Clean at Lowest Prices t Apply to Box 13 Herald Oice LOTS facing south on Terms Offices to rent in Bryan Block Addition. Apply. The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block FOE acre N. Ward for sale or will trade for lots in Buff Addition, or centre city. Apply Box S. 143-2 automobile to rescue an automobile that was stalled between here and Maeleod. They crossed the river and were speeding along over the prai- rie at a moderate speed the chaffeur lost control of the steering gear of the machine. A bolt had dropped out underneath quite un- known to the travellers who were peacefully enjoying the view as they sped along. About eight miles from TQ town near Prairie View the machine St left the trail, A fence post was in i u v TO and barn, the way or the machine would prob- gyie Avenue FOR matched ponies, well broken, sound, Filly, three, partly broken, sound. Small tent, Lady's Bicycle f. Roseburg; 23 Arthur, Duff. 143-1 Apply 517, 20 Ar- 143-1 Snap For a few days only I can sell Four Lots on Norman Street, in the North Ward for each. These -lots will be on the water, .and are worth L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE Oiec 8 MidmW Bkck 143-6 BOY WANTED-To deliver the Daily Herald in North Ward, Apply at Herald office. 142-0 A Good Buy For FOUR CORNER LOTS ON Courtland Street Close to Westminster Rd Terms LOANS INSURANCE R. V. Gibbons PHWE222 OTTILOCI Troy Quartttt Lyceum tonight. Snap-Double lots-, McKillop Addition, west side, close in. each. Terms cash. W. R. Dobbin HMMM 122 ;