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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PMST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD lEe Lethbridge THE PLACE TO STAY UN U LjttM h Hi mill Just Arrived A large assortnu tit of i Enameled Tinware of all kinds j; Remember CuSt ouy ov direct from and therefore the prices are right. Give as a call when you need any thing in our line Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention -------THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box STOCK FOOD We are appointed sole dis- tributing agents for DR. HESS' STOCK FOOD. of this Food are many. When once the stock raiser gives hid cattle, horses and poultry Dr. Food he makes money on the start, and will m-i-er use anything else. Sold at J. 0. FaoiUy sud DUpsnsing; Ch elephone CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality Received New Cali- fornia Celery And Cauli- flower PHONE 21 GJflHIUCO. TIB OalyUllfll ii tie City E. is in about the same Valentines Books. Someching pretty and useful Set Oar WINDOW DISPLAY ROBERTSON'S HOI STDBE' 1st Idflr Vest of Bani Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. pfoilet Requi- 1 sites for cold weather Cold Chap Lotion Violet Cream Sea Salt Rice Powder AH the leading and best makes. Highest quali- ties and the prices reason- able for quality of goods offered. and Book Co. Prescriptlop Specialists 1.1, UFLET, Ngr. IETRIIIIEE Geo. Kerr. -I: G.' Harper. and Dr. iStewarfc. accompanied Hugh Scott. D, .D.'_G.'M., on his official vi.sit to the. Lodgu at Coleman yes- terday. All returned on the flyer. handcuff queen at the ;_ Lyceum tonight. 430 condition jCo improvement. Miss Jessie Belcher of the guest of Miss Helen Mrs. A. Murray loft yesterday morn- ing on .flyer for the east. Geo. H. Summers Stock Co. intro- duces a new play every night next week. Buy your seats ahead. The Hospital Aid will meet at Mrs. Mew-burn's on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The 'Oliver -Manufacturimr Co'y. have a car of plaster of Paris and wood fiber on track today. See Hoc Doo, the funny at the Eureka. A young son came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sinclair last uisrht. Mr. Sinclair is a C.P.R. en- gineer. La Salle and Lind, champion jug- glers, at the Eureka tonight. IV. G. Mills of Mis-soula. Mont., is en route for Macleod where in future he intends to make his home. Mr. Hills briags with him a good stock of horses. X. Boyd. ex-M.P. of Carberry, and Mrs. Boyd. are the guests of Mr. Boyd's brother. Hugh Boyd, Bartlett St. They are on their way to the Pacific Coast to visit their daughter. THE WEATHER. Medicine Hat, clear 32 12 Lfthbridge, cloudy, 41 "21 Fair and moderately cold weather ha? prevailed throughout- the Prairie Provinces, with a few local snowfalls. winds: colder, rxhnonton ,s i Uh H M Mewburn.. BE POSTED A good .is for you to "look over" our Iximber stock and note the iteniti thaC most interest you. After thaV get our figures on your entire LUMBER BILL before placing your order. Being "posted" means that you know the lumber 'market. Knowing .the lumber nfarket is easy if you're in trttrch with this yard. Buy lumber here. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 83 Mtf 183 at tha Eureka tonight. The Herald was in error in statin that Crawford, one of the witnesses in the District Court case had bee ordered to leax'e the city. The orde did not affect him. A. S. Bowman, of the Bellevu Stock Farm, returned from Kentuek yesterday. Mrs. Bowman and chile ren will follow later. Mr. Bowman has 1600 acres in crop on his farm He says a lot of Kentuckians wil trek to this district this year. "David Harum" next Monday nigh at the Stock Co The Crystallography Art Co., witf J. G. Maxwell, manager, have taken rooms for a few weeks in the Oi Block where painting is taught in thirty days. JSTO knowledge" is requir- ed and no instruments used. Every one cordially invited to visit rooms and inspect work. Mr. Maxwell is an old citizen of this city. The champion club the Eureka tonight. Bochon has been appointed sole agent for Southern A Iberia, for the 'age Wire Fence Co. This, company manufactures fences and .gates for anus, lawns.-flower beds, Some he fences" are very ornamental and tr. Rochon has already secured sev- ral orders m the city. If you know anything about h.nd- unV or straight jackets, come to the yceum. An interestinr marriage ceremony was performed yesterday in the Catli- oUc Church'when Father Van united his nephew Gustaf Van Tighein and Lidonic Leclyse in the bonds of matrimony. The bride and groom had obtained permission from the bi- shop .in whose charge their home church, is to come to Jjethbridg? JK> that the groom's uncle might perform the ceremony. The-.young couple arc from Great Falls, Mont. T Don't fall >o ser the Brown its the Eureka. OITY AND DISTRICT. Market Master Waddington reports that enquirivs are numerous from farmers and 'others about our market. A good supply of beef, mutton, and. Iamb will be on hand tomorrow and, unless frost prevents, some vegetables The fact that enquiries are coming in from outside villages and towns shows that the public are beginning- to talk about our market and no advertising could be desired. Tell everyone you come in contact with that right here in. Lethbridge we are establishing a market that is going to be second to none in. Alberta. Next Stock Co. at the Lyceum. iSc SOc and 75c. Scats now on salt.: 43-6 Percy Gale, a young'man suffering from a deep rooted objection tj was yesterday found on Thu in d turbance by his Serce I i-Jor. By way of entertaining the gathered crowd he attempted to his pocket knife on-ari Indian v-iio standing peacefully on the sidewalk. lieing stopped by Sergeant Kroning from SHOES Strvketble, Cemfortible, and Dreuy for any Occasion Ladies' Vici Oxford; to clear at Ladies' VJci Blucher Silk-Kid Make 5.00 Ladies' Vici Kid Trinity Bar, for 2.40 Ladies' Vici Kid, Fit-Well make, laced bal., mili- tary heel 3.50 Kid Blucher, Fit-Well Make 3.50 WJDSON'S BAY CO. i 4 4 I I I 1 I i i' r i i A Large Auortmet of LADIES' OXFORDS Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY London Jot, size 30 x I47i ft, water, Also 2 lots, size 25 xI47i ft., water ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK CITY AND DISTRICT. Olans P. Grimsrucl, the Sundial farmer who was acquitted of the theft 'charge was in business in Xorth Dakota for twenty-five years and two years ae-o came to farm in this district! He feels very keenly St. Valentines Ball We have Buyers for 2 Good Residential Lots, close in 1 Lot, close in, Round St, preferred 1 Secti.m Land, Lethbridge District TO 4-roomecl Cottage, per month i I Standard Land Co. Ltd. CAPITAL, SURPLUS Box 680 Phsie 198 Agents Wun.peg Fire Iisariace Co, Keep in mind the night of FEB. 17 charged such an offence, as I when St. Valentine's Bali takes plac rer-was in court before. He m Oliver's Hall. indulging in this humorous ve he _. f_ UXAJ4J HAIJ, J-ltJ Entire change of motion pictures J put up Ws fists rO the burly protector 1M At Kingston Percy Reein- like, this-.and-removed I aid Lewis, iourid guilty of. -robbery of jewelry and furs; were given six of the public peace. Sergeant Kron- :ag did not Gale to the lock up. This morning Magistrate MacDougall gave hiin a job to do-for three months at the Barracks, just by way of keeping him out of mischief. Upon the expiration of this, term Gale will be asked to on. v" he wishes the public to understand that it was a case of mistaken identity. THE ALEXANDRA open for business tomorrow evening. Din- ner served from 6 to 8 o'clock. Open for short orders ail night. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. The Carnegie- Hero cannot grant medals to Capt. Sealhy and Wireless Operator Binns, of the steamer Republic, as they out of the United States when they per- formed their brave deeds. After deducting the cost of 600-miles of long-distance '4nes and a number of rural lines, the Manitoba Govern- ment reports a telephone su cplus of a quarter of a niillion dollars-. Bates will be immediately' reduced. The bill to compel Japanese child- ren to attend separate Public schools passed in the California Legislature. Best music. Prizes for best waltz. Turkey supper at Alexandra Cafe Oddfellows' Block. President Roose.velt protests that the bill is unconstitutional, and should be repealed. M.C., ED. KENNEDY, Proprietor Lethbridge Hotel Bar Shop. Barber In the realm of professional Baseball there appears on the .horizon some- thing ;that may assume definite shape for a Western Canada League: .C. J, Eckstorju has received a telegram ask ing that representatives be sent from Lethbridge to a meeting of the base- ball iuagnates the West .in: Cal- rj' tomorrow. The meeting was called at the iustigatipri of Jas. liamb the well known Winnipeg sport; pro- moter for ,the purpose of arriving at some definite conclusion about a. West- ern Canada League League.- Winni- peg is anxious to join with Alberta in professional ball but it is a ques- tion, whether the latter- to have them in a.league with them or not. The distance sepai-ating Wlitmipegvfrom ,ht? West in the maut'-contebtibn." represented ai the meeting, s each in the penitentiary'. Mrs, Leon tapbinte, aged fifty, committed suicide at Three" Rivers. Kingston granted a bonus to the Piano Co. yester- day. :A. Barnhart iv-as sentenced to five years-in the penitentiary at Brock- ville yesterday.'; He eloped, with a woman who stole '.clothing, jewelry and money off her husband -at the suggestion of Barnhart. The anti-racing gambling bill pass- ed the California Senate. It will put an -end to horse racing in that state. NEWFOUNDLAND SATISFIED. St. John's, Nfld., Feb. Sir Rob. ert Bond, the Premier, announced today that an agreement in. the fish- eries dispute between the United States and Newfoundland had been and that Newfoundland had gained certain The Gov- ernment claims that the terms of the agreement" as a whole are oi. a sat- isfactory character. It is announced it the Americans agreed to the ar- bitration .of' the questions of their right to fish within, the inlets of .the west coast. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION FOR good business in the Town, of Raymond, cheap. James Thompson, Raymond. Apply 47-6 On evening of the 4th, a gold locket, 'containing- two photographs, and with the initials "H. E. en- "W I We Can Sell Your House graved on back. Reward for return 47-1 I r': We have customers for both Small and Medium-sized Houses LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US. T: WE CAN SHOW RESULTS SJ I DO YOU that we are selling lots in Duff Addition as low as and up to on easy terms. property is selling itself and is dirt .cheap In whatever bnsiaesa or work you re engaged, your clothes need atten- ion.; For per month weTjc our clothes in first class shaped City Dye Works; Round St. TeL 363. 43-O R U Try Our PHOTO Made by London, England J-.J-' Johnston. -DUALITY Build a Home, If to, figure on the; Hardware for you. Bring your plan in and we will give you an estimate for the different yradet and fmitliee Ready for Spring Business liporteJ luliis iri Zepkin '-.'j-i Our showing3f Muslins and Zephirs for Spring and Summer, 1909, eclipses any previous collection of Wash Materials shown in Lethbridge. Then, again, the are much lower'than-you would expect. We ;Wftnt every lady in the city and Borrpnnding k> see these, new materials. e Hew fiol Bfett Seefe Prettier Itwi fwr For Street or Evening Wear. The and qualities come in the much wanted weaves in tnme lengths. We are alsaa showing a strong range of Panamas and Voiles in plain colors and black. am Trteiiifi ik Im A whole new stock of Laces and Dress Trimmings opened this week Persian Band Trimmings, Aplique, and Plain .and Silk Braids. All-over Laces in Whitef Cream, Pens, Black and Champagne, with Insertions to match. VtU ia Variety r> ,__, Con4t pretUett yon've seen, and tlie small .pirioes we ssk is stirprising. s For One Week Only Two Lota on Guiness St.. Kiverview Subdivision Duff Addi- Lots in this subdivision at from and upwards, easy payment plan. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTTBLqCK Don't the Handcuff Queen to- night at Lyceum. "1C Lin OH Ut A to Show PHONE 34 THE dASH STOIC X, MacdonaU Co. We have just unloaded a load of Assorted Lines of.... Ike Mi ire Tte Prto ire lijtt TR White Furniture Co. 996 Crabb Street ;