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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOS PRINTING AT THE The Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PtACfc TO n UtttrUp is (ki uuu NIH Do you intend to build this season? If so you will do well to call and let us give you figures Hardware Plumbing Tinning Furnace Work Steam and Hot Water Estimates by mail cheer- fully given. THE-------- HICK HARDWARE CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Hard Water Owing to the hard water due to lime and alkali, every soap is not satisfactory. Therefore we have a soap made for us that will pro- duce a splendid lather and soften the hardest waters. Price for 25c at J.O. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Quality Just Received Another Shipment Washington PHONE 21 1 BUBKR CD. Toe Only IJHIOil Store to tiie City ICTURES; ADVANCED VAUDEVMLE 1. Poor Pussy 2 Unlucky Artists 3. Pecular People 4. Tiresome Play O N "Down Our Way-' PRICES.........loc and 25c 1. The world's greatest acrobats. 2. Baby youngest acrobat on the stage. Joe im- personator. Watch for our next week's bill at the Eureka Theatre CITY AND DISTRICT Saint Valentine sat in the doleful dumps. Jolly Saint Claus, in full onictit f liis iiil 6Y Cheapen your Insurance by netting yci-r wiring done by the Western Lighting Co. 0 ARGOSY POPULAR RAILROAD ALL STORY COSMOPOLITIAN FOR MARCH Don't forget your Valen- tines. ROBOT'S tt STORE 1st lour Vest of Onion Bank 251 Agents for Undtrwood CITY AND DISTRICT P. Hunt of Cranbrook is a visitor in the city. j E. J. Welsh of Warner arrived in j the citv last night, j j J. W. Roe. of Raymond spent yes-j j terday in the city. Thirty-five foreign miners wenti south this moraine: from Taber. j Mayor Henderson -sailed from Na- f pies. Italy, on February 2nd and news j of his landing at New York is daily j expected. j representative of the Imperial Oil j Co. is in the city today making ar-j ran.eements for the erection of a Jarsre j oil .warehouse east of the Ellison-1 mills.. Warner of Edmonton is in the! city today to attend fanners' insti- tute meetiner. He is one of the lead- ing farmers of the north. Your last chance to see Baby June J at the Eureka tonight. j Medicine Hat won the hockey match i last defeating the Intermediates I If It A house you want, or a building site, whether it be residential or business. Don't Buy; until you have made your- self acquainted with the bargains on my list. i'LS. RIPLEY! months' holiday happened along and addressed the- doleful one Hello, Val. why these dumps? What's the matter anyway? Things are all contrary said Val., wants the trood old Broods for the- 14th. Why you're just the man I was looking for said the bluff Saint Claus. I've eot here- a lot of last year's jjoods. Xow. muzzle them in ribbons and bows: they are not meant for read- ing anyway only for, show; but put your own label on them "St. Valen- tine's books" and there you are. Val grumpier than ever as he said, "You don't know Lethbridge folks. they won't buv frauds, no matter the label, but I'll try them for once MUST raise the wind somehow. Have you seen our St. Patrick day goods? p They are from Tack's. Who ever j heard tell of an Irishman missing a e-ood thing! E. Sage. If Chilly Weather Mahes You Shiver yon are the very person who ought to take a bottle of our Beef Iron aad Wine you can't imagine what a change it will bring over you in its tonic effe-t, giv- ing heat, producing energy and a general re- newed healthfulness. Per Bottle ii Jlberta Drug and look Co, Prescription Specialists 1.1. IfTIIIIflCE TELEPHONE 294 icine H.t taving couDle of stars. Block "Abraham Xincoln; his work and the secret of his power" will be Rev_________________________ William Reid's subject tomorrow ev- Tur- EdmoBton douTy A. Maxwell is expected to sintc a solo j cloudy during the service: Everybody is in-j Letnoridge, cloudy vited to-attend. Winnipeg, clear...... .ia PAID IN FULL A large attendance witnessed Geo. Summers Stock Co. in "Paid in Full" last evening and the plav was excep- tionally well received. The Lethbridge union Orchestra were in attendance in honor of Abra- ham Lincoln" and as the strains of the American, national airs loose, a large American flag was swung across the procenium to the gratification of our American friends and future Canadians. The MHmari in their farewell per- formance at the Eureka tonight. W. N. Smiley of St. Paul, who i "Caught in the at the Ly. ceum tonight is 5 scfcifn. Frank- G. has an auc- tion -tion sale; of -woollen blankets ad- vertised to take place at his rooms on Monday .afternoon.. This should be a fine opportunity for-anyone re- quiring' blankets as the .instructions are "absolutely. without reserve." V. Rodgers expects to open one of the roomy stores in the Kean block on the first of .March as a pool room and cigar store. Mr. Rodgers is getting a high, class outfit of tables and stock, and intends to conduct businessoin a Srst class manner. .38 .28 .26 ,.........26 today and Sunday, with continued low temperature. See Joe Noel at the .Eureka tonight and have a good .laugh. Auctioneer.W. L. Wilson has opened UT> auction rooms at the Alberta on G-lyn St. beside the A. R. I. buildings. Mr. Wilson intends CITY AND DISTRICT. Rev. Kr. Kingston of Macleod will preach at Wesley Church, tomorrow. E. R. J. Forster; of Sparwpod, B. C. is in the city .today, on business. T. A. Daniel, Inspector of Govern- ment Telephones, was in the city yes- terday. N. JUT. Stalker, of Taber, is visiting city today. On Mon. Afternoon Next February 15th, 3 o'clock Specials This Week Fresh Lettuce Sweet Potatoes Bananas Malaga Grapes Comb Honey Our end bargain sale is a winner. Read our Wednesday's ad and save money. THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery- Phone Children's Shoes We are now >Whig the finest line of Children's Slippers and Shoes in the famous classic goods ever shown in the city PRICES From up THE FOOT TOGGERY T ni j I 8 residence Iota on water line, well located. j f each, terms half cash, balance 3 and 6 ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK We are the sole agents for The Majestic Range What niore can be said? The word Msjeatic is guar- antee. also carry stoves Jfor the homesteaders rane- SS t0 vith duPlex from up. The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. ltd. Corner Duffcrin and Round Street Frank G. Waddington AT THE EUREKA Tonight will be your last chance t< see the excellent program at the Eu to. stock heavily in household effects and furniture and will offer the public some genuine bargains. The rooms will be open for. private sale hours and groods will also be sold bv public auction. Get your seats eariy for the Ly- arrived in the city yes -terdav. A. Mitchell Of liidian Head, last nifrht in the city and is spendin, a day or so here, Frank Eaton came into the city lost night from Regina and is stay injr.for day or so. the unlucky at the Eu. reka tonight. THE LATHER to handle lath from our yard because they enable him to do good and quick work. He doesn't have many defective or broken, oass to throw away or match. USING OUR LATH makes easy work and a good job. That's the kind you are looking for, we take It. So when you need this is the place to buy them. ceum tonight. Geo. Summers Stock Co., In "Caught in the Rain." Moose Jaw Times: Mrs. Geo. Moth and her son leave tomorrow night iorj Lethbridge. to which point Mr. Moth has been transferred and where they will make their home in the future. It is with regret -that Mrs. Moth's many friends in this city part with her. This has been evidenced by the numerous. social functions that have teen, held in her honor during the past eouole of ureeks. She is one of the best known women in Moose Jaw and the best wishes of many friends accompany her to her new home. You can always get your money's worth at the Eureka. A very delicrhtful programme has been arranged for Monday evenino- by the Aturiican Young People's Associa- tion. There is to be "Musical Ho mance" under the direction of Mrs Chivers and A, Ely, for which prizes will be sriven. This IS an en- tirelv new idea, and a very enjoyable time is being- anticipated. Songs am refreshments will comprise, the rest o: the programme, and the officers of the association' sincerely hope that ali members of the Anelican Church will show their apDreciation of .their ef- forts bv the presence of themselves and their Mends, at the Parish Hall on Mondav next, at 8 o'clock. A col lection will be made to defray expense of the hall. The biggest sale of furniture and household effects that ever took phce n Lethbridfe will be at W. L. Wilson's rooms on Glyn St. taide the A. R. I. offices on Saturday, Feb. Evth. M.W VUG J-JU reka. Commencing Monday nigh the management has another fine program for their patrons. The grea Vancello in his high, class novelty act- intermingled with clean comedv The mysterious Frantz Casear, as- sisted by Miss Helen Lewis present- Ing Caesar's instantaneous subatitu, tion. This in connection' with two of the best reels of moving pictures ever presented in the city go to make up .the program for next week, an- other big drawing- card for' that popu- Istr theatre. Save current and money by buying your, lamps at The Western Lighting Co., next to the Herald Office. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION YOUNG LADY iWANTElV-British and Colonial Photographic Co. Rooms 1 and 2, Oddfellow Block. 5 Jngham Tcleptow 23 iml 123 FRESH EGGS People who are nting Have these for sale Sole Agent I- J. Johnston -DUALITY QUAKTCM- OR house business drawing from to per month Apply Box S, Herald Office. 54-1 as" engineer on steam plow; good' references furniah- ed. Apply to Box, C, Herald. Office. TO rooms. Ap- ply 25 Argyle Ave. 5J.Q Will sell by Public Auction at la's sales rooms 410 Round Street .about 50 Pairs Pure White all Woollen Blankets Absolutely No Reserve Telephone 261, Auctioneer's Office 410 Round Street British Colonial Photographic Co. Commercial Pbotograpkers aid ieilers ii Plotsgnpfcic Supplies looms 1 and 2 Oddfellows'Block Cur, fouri lid lufferii Are jrotr having Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Our staff always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- .-.swered ADVICE ORATIS Amateur Photographers are specially- invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing', Printing- and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All work finished-inside of 3 days ABOUT die s SOD St. Valentines Ball Don't forget the ball at Oliver's Hall! a clock in the lire hall tower? Just now there is not a blooming time signal in the city ex- cept those in people's pockets and houses and in jeweliry. stores. A man may walk alone: the street' and hear a whistle and imagine it is twelve o'clock, when it is 'only ten and the false aJans is merely a toot to indi- cate that another barrel of Hour has been: nailed tight and is ready fcr shipment A modem-city should have a city, whose hands'are-so .black that .they oan'be seen as lar-as 3 and .whose rinjr would" waken.: the asieep; -on his job- Let us cease tuning on: these whistles-.-and cp .hi for'a crqod substantial clock har. -xi.ili tell us when-the bars close. -ON Feb, 17 Refreshments served at Alexander Cafe. Tickets can be procured at I i the Hall. I! Lock Sets KENWOOD DESIGN Polished old copper iron oblong escutcheon plate and round knobs. The design is small beaded border. A handsome set and good value for the money Front Door Sets Inside ,90 "If Llrt 0-t ml V I beg to notify the public that I will open Auction Rooms cor. Fi rd and Glyn Sts. Beside A. R. I. Offices On Monday, 15th Feb., 1909 I intend to carry a stock of Furniture, Crockery, Glass and Tinware, etc., both new and second hand. I.will conduct such "sales as Household Effects, Keal Estate, Farm Sales, Live Stock. Implements. Bankrupt Write or call for and Full Particulars Contents of Houses purchased "en bloc" 1st PUBLIC AUCTION, SATURDAY, Feb. 20 W.L. WILSON Auctioneer Phone 189 1 don't blame Chief ''r.O.'cspie-for 4 kickine about his. force used as "Jacks of all trades. V policeman has do lookincr after d. Ond... thieves, aorsqs.'rjtts; dick- ens and such like, withmit quired to chase o-.t.of n rccm' with a fumipatinff :machine. Police-; men don't mind catchinjr i but they .hate "like ain 1.6 ratch n.a.-! laria or typhoid srerm. their "catching" Business. Waafthe health officer needs is v.lio. is is immune to catching disease bugs, but is a. crackerjack at sretting' them put of o bouse at the end of a fu'mi- This fellow should, be Kept on a eerm chasincr expedition all the year r.ound and Chief G-illespie and his men should be left to chase the big bucs and make them orderly and law abid- BaraainSale I i i I Week Only Two Lots on GruinesB St., Riverview Subdivision. CASH i The C. 8. Bowman Hgencj i Mlliii PlNCJII Phone 266 Box 417 m Western Lighting ton pany Gai Visit our New Show Hoomt. We carry a most complete stock of Electrical Fixtures, Shades, Lamps, etc. All kinds of Electric Wiring done by an efficient staff of First-class Tradesmen Specialty r Caljrary is asking for more borrow- ing powers. How about JLethbridge? Isn't it time we borrowed enough to build a few sidewalks- and crossings. If the city can't" borrow it may" be; aMe to loan. .Why not; lend ratepay- ers a few-dollars to buy lumber nails to put down'a walk, so that they will not haye to trod through mud in .the spring time. The secretary treasurer can. earn his salary now. The Police magistrate deserves the secretary treasurer's thanks and honparium. That "nil-, ine that every bylaw must be signed by the secretary treasurer before charges can be laid- in court means that the secretary treasurer will, have to. eet in a car load of ink and ton of oen points and preocre to iie him- self 'to the police 'court every lawful morning and attach his signature to- the bylaws under wijch ;the chief .of police, the or health officer may be prosecutinir. Otherwise the :bylaw is N. G. These A bylaws were printed at an outlay off several hundred dollars and why are; they not as legal- as the printed n in .the We are told provision in the charter nullifies their value. Well the and get things They tell me the hospital on the bench to the west of the city is very much Iceolation. The patients are. Riven the freezing treatment, this be- good method to killj disease itci HIS. It used to be con-i sidercd'the nroper treatment to keep; Datients warm and comfortable but! evidently new f angled ideas have creot i into oractke. Maybe the city cannot afford a bijr coal bill at this institu- tion on account of the salary increas- es. Yet again when I ponder it over the city be experimeuitinn: with the rays of the sun and them to keep the buildinr warm. House For Sale Almost new, fully seven rooms, splendid cen- tral locality. will handle. v R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK f Place Orders for CRAZY PEOPLE AT LARGE Shelbourne, Feb. are at leaat fifty persons in Duflerin county who should not be at large said Crown Attorney McKay today He estimates that in Ontario tWe we from to persona tnenUlly deranged who should be locked up. DRAYING ....WITH.... JAS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 i r ;