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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 9NCST JOi PRINTING AT THE: HERALD TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STA to ti ttf NTf Do you intend to build If ioyou will do -well to call and let us give you Hardware Plumbing Tinning Furnace Work Steam and Hot Water Heating Estimates by mail cheer- j; fully given. THE KICK HARDWARE CO. f RIDPATH STREET We Sell for fob Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Hair Raising Talk II you axe losing your hair and wish to stop it, get a bottle of UNIVERSAL HAIR PRO- MOTER. A preparation as its name a Hair Reuewer, and in no sense a dye. The ingredients of this mixture have been used for years, and have given great satisfaction. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff, and makes the hair soft jnid silky. Sold at J. D. HiiinbotJiam 5 Co.lti Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk: The Store of Quality Why buy a cheaper grade of Rolled Wheu Best at the same price as other grades. PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CO. Tie Oily iiXiOX Store in the City Long Arm The Guest of Tursnay Friendship Village Cy Whittaker's Place The Altar Stairs The Diva's Ruby Peter And many others HHEITSdN'S MUSIC STDIE -lit tar lot if UN tat 261 Agents for Underwood Bask's Laxative Cure as the nafle -implies, is up expressly for Colds and LaGrippe. It breaks up a ;heavy cold in a. few hours, 'warding off serious compli- cations, reHeving the pains of'LaGrippe. A quick action, though not drastic, the cold is broken up, and the malarial poisons passed off by gentle action of the.bowels. v A good one. Try it. _ Prescription Specialists 1.1. big with the Stock Co.: BUYr-A second-hand wagon, in good repair. H. Davis, A; 8. IndZ Office. MJ2 Specials This Week Fresh Lettuce Sweet Potatoes Bananas Malaga Grapes Comb Honey Our week end bargain sale is a winner. Bead our Wednesday's ad and save money. THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. Rhone M. CITY AND DISTRICT Trains are late today and train 213 did not make postal connection. Hayr Bros, are unloading: four cars oi hardware this morning. The freight offices of the undergoing a slight but bus- iness is going on as us-iil. 150 spring'mattresses at the big auc- tion sale. W. L. Wilson, auctioneer. 3tliss Cunningham leaves the city today on a two-weeks' -vacation and. intends points west. j Don't fail to see "The Thief" to-j night at the Lyceum. 1 E. B. Freeman, of Burlington, Ont-. j is the guest iOi his daughter, Mrs. A. Buchanan. j Rev. J. M. Harrison preached thej anniversary sermons of Claresholml Methodist Church yesterday. ilrs. Turpin and Wedd have returned after a month's visit in Butte and Helena, Mont. Entire change of program at thej Eureka tonight. i W- Of. McDonald, baggage master of the Cranbrook. local, is confined in the Isolation hospital with diphtherif, Miss McNern arrived in the city this mornin- to take a position in the of- fice at A. Sputhard's store. A. biff crowd witnessed the presenta- tion of the farce "Caught in the Rain." by the Summers Stock. Co. at the Lyceum, Saturday night. George Summers' Stock Co. in "The Thief" tonight at .the! Lyceum. John Calousky, a sailor; uncertain of his nationality, but who declared he belonged to the States, .was brought up at .the police court Satur- day morning to answer a charge of vagrancy. He got six months. Watch for the big auction sale, the fargest ever held in the city. Summers, relinks is o lively city with a promis- ing" future. He found business here last week as good as any. western city he had played except Calgary. to be a dance at Monarch on evening to which all friends are.v mvited.T'' A good sized crowd has been made up to go from already and a hoorahtime s anticipated. A dollar's worth of amusement for twenty-five cents at the Eureka to- night. Addison and son; undertakers, ex- pect to receive their white car for use av children's funerals this month. H... H. Wynn, proprietor of the Pa- lace Xiyery. gave an option on the business .this morning to Peck of Mnaot, Otto y. Hourix who has for some Commencing tonight Messrs Morris time carried on business at Okotoks.fand Xiven have one of the most ex- under name of Independent Meat] cellent programs for their' patrons has made an assignment to that has ever been presented to a Prevailing fashions tend towards the hipless form the form of long, grace- ful difficult to attain by those inclined to full- ness without a specially designed corset. Such -a corset is the- practical and best figure reducing corset ever pro- duced. EachjDact of the ADJUSTO is skilfully designed to accomplish its special purpose. It moulds the figure into fashionable lines and retains its own -shape, being of durable material, double-boned. Our new stock of Royal Worcester Corsets in all styles and sizes now in. PR I GETS TO HUDSON'S BAY CO. We are now showing the finest line of Children's Slippers atid Shoes in the fanious classic goods eyer shown in the city PRICES From up THE FOOT f OGGERY I i i i i i i i Don't fail to see the Cowles Family at the Eureka tonight. The most wonderful little girl in America at the Eureka tonight. The -infant child of Mr. and Mrs. North Ward, .died on 'Saturday this afternoon, and will be In of Capt.' Adams of the Salvation Army. Addisos.: and son. are the un- dertakers. The annual meeting of the Board of Trade; wtlI be.held this evening in Oliver's Ha11 at 8.30 o'clock. Manager Rylands of the HSason's Bay; Stores, returned 'to: the city on Saturday evening from Winnipeg where he- has a business.visit to. the heaii office. Mr. .Rylands "re- ports a deep interest shown in" pur city and has been able to deliver him- self of his favorable impressions to jnanr-enquirers. The annual meeting of the Board of will be-held this .evening in Oliver's Hall 8.30 o'clock. AT THE EUREKA. f Market, the Trusts and Guarantee Compa Mheatre-going public. "The Great Vanl T TW1 1 MOT r _ J -I't f Limited, of Caleary. for the WANTED TO state price, terms and cash, and c.w. Herald Office. 55-0 his creditors. Get your seats in advance for 'The tonight at the Lyceum. The meeting of the Fortr niehtly Club will not be held this week, as Miss Harrison, who had the >aper 'of the evening on Schumann, is aa. quarantine. "The, meeting is post- poned indefinitely. The mysterious FranU Caesar -at he Eureka tonight, The Herald that Mr. C. Charles-of Jhe Hub Cafe is contem- plating leaving the eity and thinks of opening up a "green tea.-room" at The Geo H. Summers Stock Co. in BIG SPECIALTIES General Emission 25c Reserves 50c and 75c residence site, 4 lots .corner AsKmead and Bompas. each, caih, balance 6 12 i! ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 ft Blacksmith's tools What is more useful to a homesteader than a blacksmith's outfit. Saves money. Look at our window and see what would suit you. Largest stock in city. The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd. Corner Dufferin and Round Street Bio Auction Sale! J 1. jr.-.- W.t. WILSON, Auctioneer pi the largest aucion sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; CROCK- ERY AND KITCHEN .UTENSILS j (contents of the large boarding house? at Uoj'al ever' held in Lethbridge at the i Corner Ford Sts. IrrigatioTX Hall, on 3 i For One "Week Only SATURDAY, FEB. 20 Two'Lots on" Riveryiew Subdivision CASH i TteC.B. r.e. link nut ui House For Sale Almost new, fully modern, seven rooms, splendid cen- tral locality.. will handle. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK St. Valentines Ball Don't forget the ball at Oliver's Hall -ON- Wedncsday Fek 175 Refreshments served at Cafe. Tickets can be procured at the xHall. ;V i 4 i i Calgary: Mr. Charles has not settled the date of his departure. Mayor Henderson wired timt arrived in York city after n fine Voyage, lettvjQg- en January .2nd. He will return to immediately. See grent Vancello at the Eu. reka tonight.1 Wtfiiiims and Jack Clarke. tiiw' boxers, who fought a 15'round draw here Fridav nirrht, will likelv come together again soon for n 26 round bout., It w-un- derstood that the police caRo, foot juggler 4and eqvjilibrisf that unique novelty interminglec with clean comedy; the Mysterious Frantz Caesar, assisted by Miss Helen Lewis, presenting higfi-class magic, featuring Caesar's rustantan eous substitution; also the wonder, ful Co-vrles Family, with one of _th< strongest acrobatic acts ever seen in the West. This is the Cowles family j first trip to the West, as they" come direct off the_ Eastern circuit. To prove to all that this act- is of high-class quality it may be well to mention .that five thousand dollars 4s offered to anyone under seventeen who-is little Marguerite's equal. This only seven vet wonderful little girl js years of age. he MeraW in the future will popular serial story, "Jane on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and "OS Lock Sets KENWOOD DESIGN Polished old copper on cast iron oblong escutcheon plate and round The design is pUin with a border. A handsome set Mid good value the money Sets .90 AT J.30 P.M. 23 Iron Beds.., 57 49 Xiichen Kanges, "6 Oak Heaters, 150 Cups and -Saucers, 300 200 Side Dishes, 2flO Spoons, 120 Knives and Foots, -50 Xamps, tables, finoleuai; jugs, sugar table oilcloth, pots, pans, iet- arid a great Jtnany other articles to mention. PHONE 189. Mr. Gushing On Phones MOVING