Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE. ALTA.. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, OF CANADA Cajifai. test art Do- 4lvMe4 Profits Exceed The Habit of Saving systematically has made more men "well off" than have large incomes, fortunate investments and "luck" combined. It it practically a certain road to a comfortable competence. A SavllflS Aecmt In the Union Bank will help you form the habit of saving. Open a Savings Account with or to it regularly as much as you can we will add Interest -at the highest .current rate at regular intervals. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. but could nothing1 to prolong life Thy pull boaix-rs wore: Messrs. Palmer. Hayes, Warren, Langley, Van Brocklin, and Flood. A CARD OF THANKS Jlr. Sum Noble wishes to express through your paper his gratitude and thanks for the help uncl sympathy which he received, from friends and neighbors in his time of need and great trouble, proving again the truth of the proverb that "A friend in need "Is a friend indeed.'' SPORTS 't Let Your Clothes Wear You Out RAYMOND Haymond, April and Mrs. Hay Knight left Tuesday for a three months' trip in Europe, Miss Hen- iger of Magrath, is staying in Hay- mond while Mrs. Knight is away. Dr. Keillor and his sister, Miss Keillor, of Stirling, were in Ray- mond yesterday. Mr. William Paris is in jLethbri-dgu on business. Mrs. Thomas Da vies has returned from Cardston where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs.' Wyn-der. The la-dies' base ball club was or- ganized yesterday afternoon. The following officers were elected: Cap- tains, Miss 31. Allen, and Miss D. Johnson: Mascots, Miss N. Davies and Miss H.. Kimball; sec'y-treas., Miss Laura Redd. The liaymondYoung People's Socie- ty held their weekly meeting last evening. The subject was "Easter Thoughts." Mrs, W. Paris is having a farewell reception for Mrs. James Sauriders. this afternoon, Mrs. Saxmders and The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ouglit to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is rim oa strictly union principles. Roams in Connection John Cant in PROPRIETOR daughter leave in a Jew days for The show, "Was She to played by the Stuttz Co. last night, was well attended. Everybody en- joyed the play. They will put ou another play tonight called the Ole Olson. ...Mr. F. B. Holfson, of JLethbridge, is in liayniond on business today. Mr., Gillies is in Magrath today on' business. Mr. A. F. McDufft'e is on the sick: list today. I Mr. and Mrs. Ellison entertained Mr. and Mrs. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Rouse Sunday at dinner. Tomorrow being Good Friday, there will ,be no school. Miss L. Munns leaves tonight for Calgary where she will spend Easter, j Miss D. Johnson leaves tonight for: Taber when'; she will visit relatives, during the Toaster holidays. j The Sugar Co. are shipping a car-} toad of hogs today. I EPWORTH LEAGUE FORMED The young people of Westminster Church organized an Epwdrth League Wednesday night and appointed the following olbeers: B. A. Cooper. 2nd Vice Glona Dunsworth. 3rd Vicf- Siznm. 4th Vic-- Harding. Turnbull. H. Harding. Susie Simni. The league meers in the church reg- ularly every Tuesday evening at 8 oSclock and extends a cordial invita- tion ..to all the young people of the North Ward and vicinity. SEVEN MILE RACE In about two weeks time a seven i mile race will be run in Let.hbridgc between Mike Mountain Horse, a! Blood Indian from the Blood Reserve and James Newton, of Pihcher Creak, i Detailed arrangements will be rout- pleted next week when a fuller an- nouncftment will be made. Mr. M> vu tain Horse is a graduate of the Jn- dustrial School at Calgary and was up to last week, a scout at the R.X. j W.M.P. Barracks hwre. COALDALE j Coaldale, April steam' plowing' outfits are at work in the vicinity. Thos. Paulson is breaking; i just west oi' Coaldale, for H. A. Sug! gttt, and ilr. Newton has two out-' fits breaking east of here, one on the j j hall section formerly owned by Mr. I j Perry-. j The school was closed today. Oth-j I erwise G-ood Fridav was not observ-! "s j ed. Miss Potts went to Taber this mor-'. ning. I Mr. Seitters has purchased a lot adjoining1 his store and has built a I machine shed to accommodate his' stock of machinery. j Mr. Moore has commenced house- j keeping, his wife haying arrived last! week. The rush of settlers who on the Cameron ranch, still continues, and Mr. Moore, our genial lumber j merchant is lamenting, his depleted lumber stock, as it takes a month, to get a. car from tho mills. Two telephone linemen are out to- day repairing- the line. i FIRE AT IRON SPRINGS The Chesterfield is one of the-finest expositions of .gentlemanly dress. The Semi-ready top coats are the last word- in good tailoring. Some Better ones with silk facings at and as good as the most critical man co.ild hope for at and OUR ICE CREAM PARLORS ARE NOW OPEN We get Ice Cream fresh daily from Hazehvood's Chow Sam Co. The Cafe For the right kind of Meals served right Short hours. Orders at all Mr. Arthur -Loses His House and Out- of Mrs. Nobie i i Iron Springs, April fire broke) out on Wednesday, March 31st, at' Sir. R. Arthur's place, which burnt, his house- and stable and destroyed about a hundred bushels of oats. The fire xvas caused by a spark from the chimney lighting on the straw stack, j the wind being very high at the time; There are a few cases of measles in this none of which, however, have so- far teen serious. i Mr. S. Hill went to Taber the first of the jjreek to take in beef to a butcher (..here. Messrs. B. Vi'yman, W. and ,7. No- ble were visitors to Lethbridgs. A very sa-d event occurred here on Tuesday, April (5th, resulting in the death of Mrs. Lane Noble, after only twenty-four hours" illness. The fun- eral took place on Wednesday from Mr. Xoble's house and many attend- ed. She leaves a husband and live children (the eldest cf v.-hich is six- teen) to mourn her loss, and being so-universally ijked and respected by all she will be greatly missed and much sympathy is felt for the family The deceased was thirty-four years TUHK THINKS I1K TAX THROW, COTCH Yussill' Malimout, the Turkish pier, got his first glimpse of c -url; i Gotch the other night, and the Turk is confident that he can pin the cham i pion's shoulders to the mat. Mart- j mout sat in a box as Gotch and ler wrestled. Yussiff watched Gocch's move and every once in a j he would smile. It was a smile of j jcy for he satisfied himself that be throw Gotch. i XOW ITS THE "QUOIT" BALL j Clark'Griffith has discovered a-new style of delivery that will be as much of a puzzler as the spit ball. The new-fangled xielivr-ry Las christened the "quoit-ball." j ...Griffith made his first demoM-Stri- tion with the "quoit bull" --viih '1'Iiur Sturr doing the receiving. yhe j ramous master of the slow ball has given this new delivery a lot oi'stu-' dy and it is something absolutory: new, it should prove a j The quoit ball is'started neiow the; hip. The pitcher takes a long swing! I with-the back of his hand towards' the batsman. He throws the >all' much like a man playing quoits i tosses the quoit, but of course, he! puts a.twist on it, for the pui-puse of j fooling the batter. As the ball'; leaves his hand G-riff puts'a bunch of'. reverse English on at, and the sphere! rolls up to the plate very much like a with the reverse on it rolls! on the floor. j "It was the funniest kind of a I ever said Sturr, the' demonstration. I An eminent authority says, "Ill-fitting, badly made clothes not only make one look old and decrepit, but actually cause premature decay. Think of a man being welded in bad fitting clothes for two- thirds of his life." Badly-made clothes will break a man's health, just as surely as bad habits will. In fact, wearing poorly made, ill-fitting clothes is a bad habit that influences mind and body alike. Wearing "Progress Brand" Clothing is a habit of good business sense, of good economy and is conducive to good health. "Progress Brand" Clothing keeps a man young, because they fit perfectly, and are always easy and comfortable. Don't let your clothes wear you out. Keep young by wearing 39 SELLBACH TO PEDDLE WAP2B Kip Sellbach, the old major lea.ju er, will not play 'baseball this having- announced his retirement .from the game. He last -v'th Harrisburg- in the Instate leagua. Sellbach has purchased a spring ter plant, and will peddle ths rest of his days. .McGIiAW IX THE BOX After strengthening' the McAIester team by giving it both Jttathewson and WLltsc for pitchers and Snod- g-rass for catcher, -the regular New York toaru had a hard time winning I in a gaiue full of fun and excitement Tailored and Guaranteed by H. VIHEBERG CO., UNITED, Montreal. Sold with a Guarantee by McKelvie n Winni- peg and his work always met with, entire satisfaction. The i QUERIES ANSWERED i the medium, of your j valuable paper, would your Sporting i Editor, or the "powers that be" iii the realm of sport, answer the ,Viloiv i in 1. If a "volunteer" shoots for the riff''i; man the Place.-. King's Prize, or any money i does it affect his amateur in is a. man who gives his decisions in a j decisive and impartial mann-ir wilj tolerate no nonsense pi-'.5- I ers. Aoparently, he would by the For the Easter Holidays the Canad- ian Pacific Railway Company an- nounce a rate of fare and one-third' fbr the round trip. Tickets mil be on sale April 8th to April 12th, in- clusive, good to return until. April 13th. A. SOUTHARD, SOLE AGEN The final score was, New York.9; Me- i any other form of sport? JNo. T. Alnstnr .Q _. _ i___ I SEE OUR Alester j When who' was pitching-' j for tho Oklahoma Club, had been hiT j a little too often, McGraw took him! I out of the box, aird to the intense j amusement of the crowd and. the players, went in to pitch himself. He was working as hard to beat his owe team as if they had been the Cubs, j The funny part of it was that they couldn't hit him at all. He used a funny little short throw, but the ball i I would com.: over the plate and the ,f heavy hit t OPS merely popped the ball; i up in the air. j Except for the dropping of a fly by one of the McAlester outfielders, the! big leaguers would hax-a lost.- The crowd was thrown into roars' -Easter Novelties- While the assortment is com- plete. In a few days many of the. lines will be sold Electric Restorer for Lost Manhood Rest-ores every nerve in the body to its proper tension; restores vim anrl vitality. Premature decay and all sexual weaknesses averted at onco. Phosphonol will make you a. new man. Price a box. or two for Mailed to any address on re- ceipt of price. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Ont. A full range of Mechanical Toys, Nests, Birds Rabbits, etc. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and tee Cream Specialists the Alberta Restaurant Is a good place to go for a good meal. Open Day and Night Sho' fc Orders at all Eours Oliver Block Phone 228 4 BUSINESS TRANSFER The Hayr Transfer Co. HAS BEEN DISSOLVED William G eorge Hole Having bought the .business which he will hereafter conduct under his own name. All persons having accounts against, the said company are requested to present the same for pay- ment, before April loth, at, the store of Hayr Bros., and all accounts due to said company are to paid at tbe same place before said date. APRIL 26. Miss H. A. Dempsi'jvA.T.C.M., Bach. of Music. Trin. University PIANO. VIOLIN. OR. GrAN, THEOEY For the last few years Miss has been conducting and preparing successfully classes in the above subjects for the To- ronto Conservatory exam- inations. Miss Dempsey comes recommended. Argyle Ave. and Bartlett St. 2. If I owned a race horse, vt i ich rakes me in a few shekels, cou'ii I be an amateur boxer? Yes. 3. If I had a dog which won some money prizes, could I be an amateur? Yes. -1. Is shooting at a target sport No, pastime- Ignoramus." ENEKYTHIXG- LOOKS GOOD James Fleming, of Medicine Hat, j high chief raaiger of the Western Ca- nada Baseball League is bubbling over with optimism and states that everything "looks good." Mr. Flem- ing believes that the Western Cana- da League cannot be otherwise than successful and refers to the great- en- thusiasm throughout the western ci- ties as an outstanding proof. Four regular umpires will be ap- pointed by the league while a new ar- rangement will be inaugurated that should have- a most beneficial offect. j In each of the eight cities local "umps" will be named, so that should the regular dictator take sick or be injured a sub will be ready to step in and fill the vacancy. This is a highly commendable move ;irnl should do away with a lot of An- noyance and inconvenience to t'ie fans, as some of the edge of thrya.i.e is taken oft when player-umpires DJ- ficiate. It is altogether likely that on.-' of tho regular arbitrators will be "Do-.-" Voss, the old Maroon catcher, lust No Gas-No Smoke-No Dust in the "HEGLA" FURNACE, As the mercury In a thermometer expands with beat and cpnttacts with, cold, so does, every other metal expand and contract but in different proportions. Steel and 'iron., in a furnace expand and contract, bni in different degrees. When the metals are joined by bolts and cement, the expansion and contrac- tions gradually loosens the bolts and allows the cement to drop out, and the openings left allow the dust and gas to escape to the rooms above. In the HECLA, there are no bolts cetnent. The joints are made by fusing the steel -and iron together at white heat just as a blacksmith welds together the pieces of a horseshoe. The HECLA. FUS.ED JOINTS are tight after ten years use, as before the first was started. Send us a plan of your house and tvc will give you an estimate of the cost of installing.! KECLA FL'RXACE. No chanre for this. SOLE AGENTS: The Western Tinsmithing Co. Phone 266 Next to Herald Office P.O. Box LETHBRIDGE ALTA, Columbia Dry Cell Batteries For gasoline engine ignition, for bell or telephone work W. L. McKenzie Co. Electricians "Redpath St. Lethbridge T. E. PATTERSON. Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. ORDER YOUR Coal from Phone 287. Best, and cleanest on the market.. Prompt delivery at your home, and weight guaranteed., DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- perty moans higher prices tomorrow. Buy today. Any locality or. easy terms. FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON crop pjiviiiont plan or spread over a term of veors at 6 per cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF bt.-ing burned out. Now is the time to insure yaur house and furniture. Lowest board rates. YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN PIANO. Tho bi'-st is none too good for you. Buy a HeinUman and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or discount for cash. Orders and correspondence so- lio.itod. Phone No. 287. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET Lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster U. FROM EACH TERMS EASY One-third caah, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ipply liHerti liilwiy IRI! IrrtyttiM Co, tlind lid.