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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOE, ALitRTA, WIDNEiDAY, APRIL 21, Mfn's New Clothing. Men's New Trousers. Men's New Fancy Vests. Men's New Shirts. Men's New Neckwear. Men's New Hats. Men's New Waterproof Coats. Men's New Fine Wool Underwear. Men's New Spring Overcoats. OUT SALE New Black Dress Goods. New Colored Dress Goods New Colored Silks. New Shan Tung Silks. New Fancy Walstings. New Dress Muslins. New Shirtwaist Suitings. New Ailover Laces. Thousands of yards Ribbons. Tohiorrow morning at 9 o'clock, the doors of THE J. BROWN CO. store will be open to the Buying Public Read Act Profit The Cause of this Gigantic Closing Out Sale of The J. Brown Co. is that they are UP this business. It is not the law that they that they MUST you this magnificent stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Boots and 30 The J. Brown Co. have leased these premises. The Evely-Ford Sales Co., of Vancouver Know they have to sacrifice, and sacrifice they will until every dollar's of this stock is closed out. Every article, every piece of Goods in stock is cut to cost price and in hundreds of cases less, and must be cleaned out. Therefore, come TOMORROW SURE in order that you may have the benefit of first selections before the goods have been handled by the hundreds of people who are bound to take advantage of this, Lethbridge's Greatest Sale. We have hundreds of Bargains scattered all over the store. Our tables are loaded with brand new gtfutis, just in. And they are all thrown out at exactly WHOLESALE PRICES. The Whole Stock Must Vanish. The Profits Go to You. Come To-morrow and Just Keep on Coming While This Sale of Sales Offers You Such Money Saving Opportunities on This Seasonable Merchandise. A DOLLAR DOES THE WORK OF TWO SHOP EARLY BUY NOW SAVE DOLLARS It's the EVELY-FORD SALES Co. Selling out the Entire Stock of 1000 yards best English Prints. 1600 yards Flannelettes. 800 yards imported Ginghams. 450 yards Table Linens. 63 Dry Linen Table Napkins. Hundreds of yards Towlings, Sheetings, Cottons. And Shoes for the whole family. Thousands of articles that time and space will not allow us to mention THE J. BROWN CO. Sale Starts To-morrow Morning, Nine o'clock is the time Store open until 9.30 every evening during this sale Ladies1 Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' New Silk Blouses. New Net Blouses. New Muslin Blouses. New Black Skirts. New Colored Skirts. New Whitewear. New Corsets. New Gloves. New-Hosiery. New Neckwear. THEY SAY HAZRWOOD'S ICE GREAM IS THE BEST WE SELL IT Sundaes, Sodas, etc.' all flavors Chow Sam Co !AMATEURS GOING TO PERFORM j IN LETHBRIDGE i I A theatrical event of some note j will take place at the Lyceum Thea- j tre next 'week when Mr. Richard 1 Hincks and his clever company of amateur performers will present, on Thursday and Friday evenings, Pin- G-. Major Tarver, Mr. A. Whitton. Mr. Darbey, Mr. A. J. Jones. Blore (Butler at the Mr. L. L. Asquith. JSToah Topping, (Constable at St- Mr. John I. 'Eakin. Hatcham (Sir Tristram's Mr. A. W. Hings. Georgiana Tidman (the Dean's sis- ero's great success "Dandy to be followed on Saturday afternoon j ter) Mary Hings. and evening by "Sweet the delightful domestic drama which Salome and Sheba, (the Dean's U. uouicaLiu ujtuiia wu.-.i Miss Jessie Anderson and some of us ha-d the pleasure of wit- XT Miss Audrey Neale. nessmg last January and in which this splendid company scored such a success. The presentation of two entirely different plays in one week is no small task for amateurs to undertake but judging by the rehearsals which we have witnessed, we feel confident that they will acquit themselves with credit and establish a new standard for eatricals in this city. Remember the big Goggle Ga Gee matinee Saturday at the Eureka. The cast in "Dandy Dick" is as fol- lows: The Very Rev. Augustin D. D., (Dean of St. Mr. Ri- chard Hincks. Sir Tristram Mardon, Bart., Mr. Island ALBERTA Choice Business and Resi- dential Lots This townsite is situated 64 mileg east of the city of Leth- bridge, on the Crown Nest Pass Division of the C. P. R- and. has the celebrated "OldGlory" gas well-adjoining the town- site. There is a good supply of coal and water. No invest- ment on earth like earth itself. Buy now as prices are- Advancing daily. Prices of lots range from 125.00 to according to location. Special prices for blocks. Terms are- one-third cash and the balance payable in six and twelve- jionths with interest at six per cent, per annum. For full, particulars call or write to LUDTKE WADDBLL Bow Island, Alia. Topping (formerly in ser- vice at the Miss Williams. The "Sweet Lavender" cast will be the same as when produced at the Eureka Theatre last January. A Comfortable Collar all the Year WITHDREW THE BILL Ottawa, April Reid's bill., providing for the sale of mileage books at two cents a mile, was with- drawn from the railway committee this morning. He understood that the government was going to oppose it and he would rather withdraw it than have it slaughtered.. "WABASH" POINTS IHCM, BACK INCH. 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME for 60c, TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF 8HSRTS, COLLARS, TIES. VE8T8- ANDIMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 13 SOMETHING WONDERFUL Princess Tarpeia, who is playing at the Eureka this week is beyond a doubt the most clever escape artist that has ever been in the west. Jfo matter how they tie this. lady she always escapes and all is done in i plain view of the audience. Tonight she makes her escape from a packing j box, which she is placed in after being strapped in the straight jacket and. the box being securely naile and roped. The Thaten Duo in their fumr comedy sketch, "Sis Hopkins" an< "The Silly kep the house ir one continued roar all the time they .are on-the stage. Little Teddy in he song, "Harrigan and Sour fairly took the house by storm. Tomorrow night the Thaten Du will change their act completely. I Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Cleanliness and Purity Cox Son 347 P. 0. Box 80 THE LATE MR. B. MORTON" JONES The Private Dining Rooms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. ap N. H. MURRAY (Toronto Saturday Night.) Allusion has been made in this jour nal to the sad death at Lethbndge Alberta, of Mr. B. Morton Jones. He was a young man who had left the ranks of the over-crowded legal pro- fession in Toronto to make a career for himself in the West, and that he would have been a successful public man in that growing country no one had reason to doubt, for he was na- turally clever, well-read and an ex- cellent speaker; .When in Toronto his chief passion was music. Ke was a capable organist and had volun- tarily taken up the work of choir- master in one or two Anglican chur- ches through sheer love of the work. For some years also he was one of j the chief aides of Dr, Vogt in build- ing up the Mendelssohn Choir. His enthusiasm for that institu- tion's development knew no bounds. He was constantly stirring his com- rades to work harder and harder and was one of the advocates of the or- chestral policy which has since borne such splendid fruit. When he came cast to get married last autumn an old friend of boyhood days asked bjm if he was doing anything in the musical line in Lethbridge. he replied. "I'm too busy; in fact we're all too busy up there." Sis friends, especially among1 those who were reared in the old village of Yorkville were innumerable and cx- preftsions of aorrow during past week have been correspondingly wide- spread and sincere. illustrations of the Marvellous Feats of Princess Tarpeia with Handcuffs and Shackles at the Eureka This Week COMING SOON Arrangements are being made for the appearance here of the celebrated Stirttz Big- Theatre Co. This com- pany conies highly recommended from the large cities of the U. S. and Ca- nada. "Was She to or "A Mother's the feature play of this company, is a strictly first class comedy story off -STew England life and society in Eng- j land, one continuous round of laugh- Hi'. J. G-. Stuttz, the veteran actor and manager of the company is one of the few living actors who ve received at the hands of the French Government the coveted Cross President of France in recognition o his ability as a natural. actor. Aggi Stuttz, the leading a daughter of Sunny Alberta, Vnov returning to home audiences after, ai extensive tour of the United State and South America. Watch for fur i ther announcements. x; THE LETHBRIDGE WAY (Calgary Down in Lcthbridge there's a season for chickens. The poultry fan ciers are compelled to keep them of the street-and any .caught outside ttw limits become "contraband of war" to the police ;havt of the Legion of Honor of France. been growing fat This was conferred on him by the potpie. and soncy on William Head Co, Ltd. Calgary and Lethbridge Plumbing and Ventilating Steam and Hot Water Heating A full line of Pipes, Fittings, Valves, Steam Gauges, Lu- bricators and Injectors al- ways in stock Dufferin Street Phone 299 ;