Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
NttST JOB PUNTING vfikT THE h lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PCACt TO STA H UttbrMfi is tN MUM UTE Just Arrived A Urge assortimnt of I Enameled Tinware of all kinds Remember that we bay our goods direct from thejfactory and therefore the prices are right. (rive us a call -when you need anything in our line Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention HICK MARE CD. REDPATH STREET Sunday's is liable 10 cause colds and coughs. For COLD IN THE HEAD take our improved quinine tablets. This .is the easiest method to cure a cold of that kind. It is not necessary to stop work to effect a cure and they do not .cause ringing in the ears as ordinary quinine is liable to do. 25 cents, J.D. Family aud Dispensing Ob elephoce it: We Ml Cash i CIH AD DISTRICT The Store of Quality Try a bottle of Hartley's Strawberry Raspberry or Black Currant Jam Sole Agents PHONE 21 G. BRHR CD. Tie Daly UiilOII Iton lo the City Phone 62' P.O. Box 670 Valentines New telephone directories are ready todav. T. 31. Morgan of Medicine Hat was a visitor in-the city over Sunday. The Iron WorKs have commenced overhauling lour locomotives ior Cory iiros. Construction. Co'y. uon'c tan to see the Miimars at the c.urcka tonignt. Real bargains can be had in i a dies" eoocts. and. men's hats at the side in THE WEATHER. Edmonton, -20 -26 i Calvary, fair -14 -30 -14-20 -12 -20 Batilefyrd, clear -22 -36 Prince Alberta, clear -2 -32 Swift. Current, clear -18 -28 Regina, cloudy.............. -19 -31 Qu' Appelle, clear -18 -32 Minnedosa, clear -16 -34 Winnipeg, clear -22 -32 Port. Arthur................ 2 -26, Groceries Get Your Week's Supply of Groceries at our Popular CASH PRICES Tomatoes, lOc and per Can Peas, Corn, Beans, lOc per Can Tetley's Teas, 30c, 40c and 50c per Ib. 20 Ib. Bag B.C. Sugar, Prunes at lOc per Ib. Apples, per box, Oranges, 25c, 30c and 40c per dozen Choice Lemons, 3 Oc per dozen Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips, Onions, Celery, Parsnips at Lowest Prices HUDSON'S BAY CO. A Large Atjortmet of LADIES' OXFORDS Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY In Post Cards, Series or Books. Art A large stock to select from Come early I IOIERTSON'5 MD8IC SM 1st lucf West of ..Onion. Sank 251 AgenU for Underwood Typewriters. Western Provinces: Fair and very cold today arid Tuesday. the Oddjeliows' BlocK. j Scott, who has been visiting j CJTY AND DISTRICT. j Western lodger, oi the Atasonic order. I c- K- Dunbar, barrister of Cran- i bos returned to the city i brook, is locating at Hosmer. All the trams from tie east are late j at the Lyceum to. iind heavy snowiall is reported, caus-l 1 Mrs. H. D. TVilUamson will not re- ceive on Thursday next, nor again un- til her return-from B. C. J. W. Woolf, K.P.P., has announc- ed that he will again be a candidate ing- blocks along; the lines. was lined and. costs for i'urious riding. This is one oi the boys who was under suspenoeu sentence. uavicJ Horum at the Lyceum to- nignt, Intermediate Hockey Team are for the Liberal nomination in Card- ston district. Sir. J. W. Woolf. M.P.P., in speak- MSicme a reporter on i Bat on ...day branch of a transcontinental line i Blustering 'ihe Standard Laud Co. have j ed their oilices to the Snepard Block. I occupying their old offices on .Hound St. Mrs. P." H. Agnew wi.'i ccmt to the' would be next fall. a in the district before ORGANIZING THE FARMERS. Calgary.. Feb. Board of .Di- rectors of the Farmers' Asso- Heal estate is picking up and deals} alone that line should be brisk in the near future. Several lots changed phm .of for Organi2a.iojl Curing the next few months. It was .very, quickly produce rough, reddened, chapped skin. Feb- ruary days require that more attention be given to'the face and hands than they get- in summer. la pur stock you will find all the reliable lotions, balms and creams, required for protecting the skin, at a reasonable price. llterta Drug and Book Co, i Prescription Specialists Mgp. lETHBRIOBE hands on Saturday afternoon and decided that the director for each ffood deals are reported. i federal constituency be the official or- dee baby June, the youngest aero, j ganizer of t-he-association .for that bat on tne the Eureka to- poorer, to call on nFght.- anyone deemed fit to .assist-the or- J. B. Wilkie, secretary-treasurer of j Lhe Boyal Collieries. Ltd., and son of Kev. Dr. Wilkie, will address theSp- worth Leagae at Wesley Church to- iiio-ht. Messrs. jUcKenzie and Mc- Phee will sine-. Cars of settlers' effects from Wyom- ing-, the property of A. Micks, went forward to Vermillion t.his morning Steve Berunock was fined and costs for behaving in a disorderlv manner on the street yesterday. The police are making a regular raid on all undesirables in the city; whilst WHOLESALE FOR MACLEOD Winnipeg, Feb. T. Hutchings, president of the Great West'Saddlery Co., announces -that'during the com- ing summer they will build a wholesale warehouse, three storeys in height, at- REMEMBER You can save money on your GROCERIES By buying them at our Big Removal Sale which is going on at PRESENT Watch Wednesday's Her- ald "for special week end bargains'. THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. WANDERERS BEATEN Winnipeg, Man., Feb. are results of Eastera hockey match- Quebec 9, Shamrocks 6; Cliffsitles 'i I 1. 1, Entire change of program at th Eureka tonight. 3fr. Paul J, Macaiany. a C.J-.K of Lethbridge, formerly- o Moose Jaw, made bis iriends here a riBit this week. Mr.. ITacananv i KG. route on trip Jo Jaw Times. BE P6STED A good -'move" is for you to "look orer" oar iumber stock and note the itemt that moat interest After that get cur figures on your entire .LUMBER'BILL before, placing your order. Beinif "posted" means that you know the lumber market. Knowing the lumber market is easy if you're in touch with this yard. Buy lumber here. ningham fla 123 keeping a keen eye on all new arrivals 3 who have no visible means of sub- sistence. No leas than "ten characters were ordered to "move on" last week. Ge.o. H. Summer's Stock Co. in David Harum at 'the Lyceum to- night. Judgment has been delivered by His! Honor Judge Winter in favor; of the j plaintiff for .full claim and costs in! 15, Toronto 7; 9, Wanderers FJRE AT CARMAN, MAN. Garhian.. Feb. de- stroyed the hardware store .of Walton In Touch With Greater Colonies and Gleve about six this morning. CANADIANS ON TOP. Glasgow, Feb.: .third and the action recently tried of J. Fleisch man vsl" Trusts Guarantee Co., Ltd. administrators of estate of Anita Campbell; Conybeare acted for plaintiff and W. C. Simmons for defendant. The Westminster Guild of the Knox Church are. having special program tonight at their meeting at 8 o'clock. "The Kipling SoWierV is the subject which 3Ir. Asquith is to speak of and a treat is promised to those who at- tend. The address will be illustrated with songs and'recitations from Kip- ling's works. See Summers David Harum at the Lyceum tonight. i The opening of the...Xlcxan-U-a Dassed off well from every it is evident that the way in which the .'ieatt-Tprise has been floated hit ye .-umbers sartook of the opening iiner. Two mndred people dined at the dra.on the oDemng night. Already a ctreat many have ffroucon ;ook to take meals regularlv. ITany complimentary remarks were leard on Saturday as to every phase of management at the Alexan- dra. It is Mr. Hurray's iatectfoh to i out on a special breakfast 'suited to tn.any of his lie is on the ook out to anticipate the require- ments of the public here and will en- ieavor to meet these as soon ns dis- :overed. Sec "The Gamblers' Pate, at the Eureka tonight. final test- match for the. Strathcona Curling Trophy'resulted today in a victory for the Canadian players- The visiting curlers defeated the -Scotch- men., with a. total of 32! to 220. Feb. -Colonial offi ciaL states that the visit to Australia of TTnder-Secre. tary-oL.State for the Colonies, wh wfll Canada, i a-ioreruiuier 61; ..-similar -rdsits; and s; deHfearat-e policy- of Sir .be': prepared toi .discuss vable jibing- conqerninj colonies Ministers. Aus- probably endeavor -to ob- tain; help in connection with The Little Sisters' Concert wilI be held in the Parish Hall oiv Thursday evening, Feb. 18th. An excellent program is being provided. REMEMBER In whatever business or work you are engaged, your clothes need atten- tion- For per month we keep your clothes itf.first class shape. Dye Works, Round St. -968. 43-0 MOSS IS DEAD. Toronto, FebV. Moss, the young-''elevator worker who fell 120 feet down- a shaft, on. Friday, died 'on A NEW LETHBRIDGE CITIZEN (Moose Jaw Times.) The Ladies' Hospital Aid showed their appreciation of the --services of one -of their, most valned workers who is about to .leave them at a pre- Duff Addi- tion 'Lots in this subdivision at and upwards, easy payment plan. R. V. Gibbons PHONE1222 OTT BLOCK London lot, size 30 x ft., water. Also 2 lots, size 25 x I47i ft., water ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK TO Shepard Block, I front office. 3 roomed flat with mission oak fireplace, private bathroom complete, steam heated, hot and water. i i I Standard Land Co. t CAPITAL, SURPLUS, Box 680 Phone 198 Agents Winnipeg Fire Insurance Co. i Notes On the Fighters I Bargain Sale! For One Week Only Two Lots on Gruiness St.. Rivervfew CASH TlieCJ. Bomnlgency f.D. lloek Pfcouelf! It is wonderfnl what proper physf- cal 'training- will do for the human body. A spectator at the training quarters of "Kid" Williams, who fights with Jack Clarke in JLethhridge next Priday night for the middle- weight championship of the West, cannot help but marvel at the ability of the Kid to. take punishment with- out showing signs of distress. He takes on anybody who -wishes to-try their with, the gloves, regardjess of weight or size, and if-things are not coming his way fast enough he will allow his opponent to whip in punch after punch without making any attempt to guard or get away! JLindatrom, his trainer and manager, is a man of perfect and highly devel- oped physioue" and- the Kid stands pat V-J permits his heavier and ao- parently stronger opponent to drive "right and left to'the body without at- tempting to evade the blows and ne- ver winces. Some of the-blows ap- pear fit to fell.an ox. Such is the state of physical perfection that a knight pf the roped arena has to reach before he is enabled to be -anything of success at the business. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .Pawson, Jr., svho have been spending the winter at their old home in Peoria. 111., in- I end to return to their home in Coal- dale, about the 23rd. The Alexandra Kid" has all the "ear- marks" of being a fighter-of .good SB.. He is fast and clever, has a terrific- punch- and can take any am- ount of punishment. He has fought with some of America's best light and middleweight'...- fighters, having gone. twenty rounds to a draw with "loung" Erne; ..and has sparred witn j Jack Ketchell "and -Battling Nelson. His: training quarters are in. Oliver's spite-'of-the-'snow "and cold; the lHal1' where he wPrks out each after- Eagles -'of Lethbridge Eyrie, winged T on all comers. theirs way to the Eureka last even-j..- 'where, one of: the; ;Eagles: -and j There has beeu no news from Clara's training quarters at CaS EAGLES HOLD A SMOKER the house at their disposal for special :meetmg" and smoker. after Business .over, was furnished by one of: the 'Brown st'on, but there is every reason to be- lieve that he is training hard for the flght. He has lately -come west from Philadelphia to Make A reputation for a Montana ho succeeded in cleaning up everything in his class and is now anxious for laur- les who, had been one pi-the attrac-'j himself JnUhe west tions'at the-Eureka, the.past week; songs-hy Messrs. Edss ;and Scott and .Mr. De .Crow, .while Mesrs.' Howard Cast deligh'ted i the Brothers and visitors present 1 with a- number of the latest new Edi- son records. friend as we inow Bim, contributed in his own style so well known" to gatherings 6f kind. Mr." Strang the pianist, the accompaniments. The masagement hast two excep., the, where are allowed to go a reasonable number of rounds. "Kid" Williams speaks with great" respect of Clarke's Is Now Open It will suit you Prices within the reach of all For ladies and Gentlemen SHORT ORDERS at all hours fry it Oddfellows Block ability fighter. He is square- Iv built fellow and has a reputation extremely fast on his feet, wicked left which he can and se ntation to Hrs. George Moth in the Cecil TTntPl last, The Gamblers Fate and The Bound- ionally fine, picftires for this ase to much ad-vantage. Cecil Hotel last night. The affaitr was an entire surprise to Mrs 3toth rf17' Ine "fst -s best pic-, Jcccordin- to their reputations these She was the guest at dinner of Mrs tures ,ever 8hSwn -m j men ought to be about eaually match 4boutr o'clock" ''tL ficoTp erf clear ana cnsD. Tnesft mrKiiTAs TO rooms; in. .mod- era hoiiuje, clpse in." pre- ferred; .Apply Box Herald.r 4? 6 Our PHOTO mm by BOROUGHS mCOME London, England J. Johnston 'pT'iSrripiv Druggist I -QUALITY QUARTERI- Lock Sets FAIRFAX DESIGN Lemon Brass Finish on Wrought Brass. This is a plain oval design with oval knohs. The dull brass satin finish on solid bronze makes a lock set that wiii last a life time and retain its finish to the Front Door Sets, Inside Let us figure with you Staffort-ljpw to. "If YM Urt of .vrfM ferry. ladies belonging 'to the H. A. er.- tered. Almost before Mrs. Moth could understand was 'happening she had been presented, with a beautiful cut glass bowl and cream pitcher with sterling silver .sugar- tongs. The presentation- was made .by last year's cear an cnsp These pictures ed. -They weigh alike and are the f enefii Ol Pres- i same iu height The fight wUl .be that has saying, "I just couldn't keep that ta1vCn place m the West- lump out of jny The Eureka will have this week; Williams' will .spar three as special attractions, the Milmars, i rounds with his trainer at tlte Eurekft president of the A" who. are specialists .ot the show Tuesday night. cox, who made: a brief "address in Fst-class and Joe Noel, expressed the regret of "ppersonator, botfe of whom come FJ-VE YEARS EACH society at losing had hlghlr, recommended and being es- beea one. of the most- faithful work- i a artists present at this meeting. r. has ihe good will of the ers ever connected with it. To her energy and to assist, much of the. .society's success has been due. Her place was. one that .it would be a difficult .task rto fiill.. After the presentation, the ladies spent a social evening. Mrs. Moth expects to leave for her new home in Lethbridge next Siin- day. DAVID HARUM TONIGHT Perhaps the most widely read novel of recent years David Harum. The story is quaint and' most absorbing in its interest. It intensely hu- man, this tale of the, country banker, and horse trader with his homely aph- orisms, and his keen sense of the lu- dicrous. The dramatizing of this book for stage presentation has been cleverly accomplished, and the flavor of rural wholesome fun has not been lost in the, transi- tion from" its Tcloth binding to its paint canvass environment of the theatre. The story makes a capital play, and not a dull moment vcan. be found in the three George H. Summers, the clever comedian who heads the Summers Stock Co., has found it a most vehicle for his Uilent and will present ii at the LyceTuan Theatre tonight: with scenery tnd a. compAnj of acton.--: make his: house-" the best entertain. ment house in the city, and the expressions of pleasure last night, betoken good things for the Eureka. That this courtesy was appreciated was. evidenced in: the spirit of the vote, of thanks tendeited and the rous- ing song withr the 'meeting closed.-- ONE WHO WAS THERE. Championship Boxing Contest 15 ROUNDS Oliver's Hall Friday Evg., Feb. (Maple Creek Signal.) Nye and Miller, the two men -wh were brought back from'Miles City Mont., by the R. N. W, M. P. to stand their trial charge .of steal, ing ;two horses from Balcoski anc Wopdlinger" of, Gujl; were lip bsfore; Chief Justice Wetmore a Moose last-: week. Tliey were found -guilty and to five yeare each Jh Edmonton: penitentiary. CorpL Wilcox wen'i West with them on Saturday's No, '.97. .PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE., L The Tale. 1000 feet of colored film. 2. In Good Service 3. Bothersome Husband Smnmer Time" .15c and i5o 1. The HilmiiwHthc worfd'i greatest acrobats. 2. Baby voting eRt acrobnt on the ittge. 3. Joe im- penpnatpr. CONTINUOCH PflfOBMAIfCC Between KidWiiliams Ex-Chunpion o( Jack Clarke Champion of Philadelphia. St. Valentines Ball Keep in mind the night of FIB. 17, when 8t% Valentine's Ball takes place n Ollvtr's Best music. Priies for beit waits. Turkey tupper at Alexandra Cafe, Oddfellows' Block cut be bought at the hall on nifht of Ball.