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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRiOOE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY II, NOW! You cannot afford to purchase Lumber, Lime, Cement, or any Building Materials without first seeing our stock and securing our prices. While a new Company in this vicinity, its Officers and Managers have had years of experience in both Retail and Wholesale Lumber Business. No Order too large or too small to receive prompt and careful attention. (SUCCESSORS TO ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO.) Operating Yards-Letfibridge, Taber, Granum, Claresholm, Nanton, High River, Milk River, Brant Monarch K. RANEY, Manager Lethbridgc Yard C. R. CARLSON, Secretary and General Manager J OF CANADA Capital, Rest and Un- divided Profits Exceed The Habit of Saving systematically lias made more men "well off" than have large incomes, fortunate investments and 'luck" combined. It is practically a certain road to a comfortable competence. A SavllgS AcCOBSt in the Union Bank will help you farm the habit of saving. Open a Savings Account with or to it regularly as much as you" can we will add Interest it the highest current rate at regular intervals. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Andtcson, Manager. RAYMOND Raymond, Feb. farewell par- ty was given last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Paris, for Mr. and. Airs. William Yenney. who leave tomorrow for British A large number of 61d friends were pre- sent and'the eveniner .was pleasantly Mr. Yenney was presented with a shaving set, which was guaranteed by Dr. Ri- vers to scratch every time he used it. and thus remind him of his Raymond friends. Mrs. .Yenney was presented Place Your Orders for OWING ....WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 Splendid Concert Held At Fernie with suit case. Mr. Mrs. Yen- ney have resided m Baymond several years and their' many friends rejrret to see them go. Mr. who has been working in Mr. Paris' tin shop, left yesterday for Lethbridffe. He does, not expect to return to Raymond. i Miss Harriet Collett .of Taber, is; with a suit case. Mr. and Mrs. Yen- j visiting with relatives here. Anionsr those from Maffrath, who; are here for conference are Mrs. For-; sythe, IVIrs. Chris. Jensen, Miss Flet- i cher, Mrs. Barker. Miss G-ibb, Miss; Karron and Miss Stacey. Miss Seeley of Stirling, is here, vis-; itinjj for a few days. PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted NeUDic Siding Metallic before buying elitwhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Sidinj? Co.'s goods in wtock Office and Factory cr MH mm Irani Telephone 153 Fernie, Feb. Philarmpnic Society concert last .nicht was a suc- cess. It was a musical treat and the large audience showed their apprecia- tion by .repeated encores. The officers of the Society are as follows: Hon. Pres., W. Wood; Hon. Vice Pres.. W. R. Ross; Hon. 1st Vice Pres., L. P. Eckstein; Presi- dent. Geo. F. Stevenson; Vice Pres.. R. Reading; R. R. Webb; Accompanist, Mrs. Robert. Potter; pi- rectress, Mrs. G-eo. F. Stevenson. The members taking part in the choruses were: mesdames Cailvle; (Dr.O Bonnell, Depew, -Ho-is. Res-dinp. Watson and Stevenson; ili-s.'S Chester E. Euler, -T. Euler, .M'oii. Rud niski, and Reading; Aitxan- der, Dick; Cook, UolmeB, Holmes, Pearce, Budniski; Quinney, inc. Stockwcll, Stevenson, h'-inith, Wilkinson and Webb. At eicrh-t forty-five, tho "1-oldiers' Chorus'1 from Faust was rendered to a lai'Ke and select and the' programme then -proceeded as fol- lows: "King- of the Main'' Mr. G-. F. Stevenson (encore "Just a Soriff at quarxet'tes, "In this Hour of Softening "Oh Hush Thee My Babie." Mrs. G: F. Stevenson, Mrs. H. H. Depew, Mr. Quinney, Mr. F. E. Alexander; solo. "The Young- Brigade." (Jude) Mr. J. Treherne; violin solo; "Sonata in A Minor" Miss C. H. Pit- blado; solo. "Because" Mrs. G-. H. Stevenson (encore "Annie chorus, "Spirit Immortal" Here followed an interval just Ions: enough to allow the aud- ience to realize what a cood time they were having. The second half of the programme whs opened with Verdi's "Anvil Cho- rus from II Trovatore, which was such a success that a short' but sweet en- core had to he granted the clience. This was followed "The Last Watch" Mr. Mark St. John, (encore "Leave Me Not Dear and successively, violin solo "Salut D'Amour" Miss C. H. Pitblado; solo, "Lone Live tbe King" Mr. Nesbilt; duet, .Mr. Mr. Treherne; choruses. "Sweet and (Barnby) ami "Good Nieht Beloved" so- lo. "When the Bell in the Lighthouse Rings'" (encore, "The Message of the Mr. M. S. Dick; chorus- es, "In Spleandour Bright" and "The Heavens are Telling" (Cre- "God Save the Kiner." It was with g-reat regret that the audience slowly dispersed after spend- ing a most enjoyable evening. The concert was an absolute success from every point of view. During the ev- ening a pretty bouquet of roses was presented to the charming and deserv- ms directress, Mrs. G-. F. Stevenson. The appreciation of the audience.was demonstrated by hearty applause and numerous requests for encores. NEW BUILDINGS AT MAGRATH. .Magrath, Feb. Wcod. our pioneer butcher will commence the erection of a two-storey burner shop "-on.the lots west of the Magrath I'har. -anacy as soon as uiv weather per- The upper store v -will be com- posed of a, ?iumber nf olVices wbioh he will-rend.. He .'mends tj make the ground floor into a very up-to-date butcher shop. ITis nrescni. r.rem Kes will be rented as soon jss he bui ds his new shop. Mr. George lias been prevented by the from inc: his large warehouse. tic1 CMC-CIS to be able -to- commence this week.. He intends to put in a concrete floor as well as a foundation of the iterial. He receivetl n. large c'onsign- iment of rigs and bugcies. sevci-al of j which have been disposed oL I Mr. Clemis entertained the Whist Club at bis bachelor apartments last i Tuesday evening. Mr. J. Sindlinger was the fortunate winner of the prize and Mr. Hyde won the consolation prize. i Miss N. Wittc entertained n. number of her friends at her home last Satur- day Miss Wittc is an ideal and her parties are always en- joyed. Messrs. Chris. Jensen and Fred Tur- left on Thursday as delegates of Magrath to consult with the Provin- cial Government at Edmonton in rc- srarrl to getting the to build a branch through Magrath. They re- turned on Monday. A Bachelor's Club has been formed by number of the young men of the town. The bachelor's arc greatly in the majoritr here and nearly every party.looks Hkc a bachelor's meQtihg. Mr. George Heaihershaw, presi- dent of the Magrath Board of Trade attended the- first "anhual txinquct gi- ven hv the Ijethbridgc Board oi Trade last Thursday e'vehiric. He reports the affair a, groat success. Many ex- cellent suggestions were thrown out bv the various speakers. He speaks very highly of the way the Lethbriclge j Board of Trade treat, their visitors. Patented Sectional louses M anufaciured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- d.ried Lumber, in latest de- s'jBjns. Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a hoase S. A. Spencer ACERT mi BUILDER, MACLEOD GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON, Author of "Beverly cf Grtnsterk, Etc.' Copyright. ia06. by Dodd. Mcid Company. little He naunaHred, Xt all cttme back 10 her tt. flaea. Het dtctptlou, her tmptwlttoft, her yean rt ibs shuddered. Her hand trembled, wide with. turusd again upoa Bftuncmpr, Both fficu back In ttmatemcnt. "Ob, no; It cannot, cannot moaned, without taking ber frooi Graydoa'i face. lu Instant heriself and cwred pardon, "1 tiw U to bard to giro her up, ibe panted, again. The thought bad to her that JamM Birasenier had a very utroutf parpofc la letting hli iob mnrrjr CabUi. bad ceaMd to IxiUeve that know tho of child bad adopted. It bad dawnod upon her la tbo flash of that moment that tuo mar- ringe might mean a great deal to tbla calculating fntber. "David, won't you leave for a few tnlnuteil I want to my to Qraydoo." David Cable besitatod for an hutust and then slowly left room, closing the door behind him. Ht wag ly pussled over that tlon of emotion on tbe pnrt of hii He was a "man of the world, and be knew Its vices from tbe up, but It was many days before tbe startling suspicion struck In to explain her un- called for display of feeling. It did not strike In until.uftcr he noticed that James Banseuier vvus paying marked attention to his wife. Left alone with Grsydon, Mrs. nervously hurried to the point was determined to sarliify herself that the son did not share her secret with father. your father know that want to marry iibe asked. "Of I mean be suspects, Mrs. Cable. He has teased me not little, you know. I'm going to tell him tonight" "He not known Jane very long, you know." "Long enough to admire her above all others. He bag often told mo that' tbe Quest girl ever met. Ob, I'm sure father, will be pleased, Mrs. Cable." "I met your father 10 New York, of ago. I presume has told you." "I think not Ob, I belteve did tell me after' we met you at Hoo- ley's that night He bsd Nta Mr. "Nor Jane, I dare "Oh, no! I knew long dad laid eyes on look In his eyes satisfied her over all that nothing anything on. earth for she asked suddenly. "Yes, be ply." "You would recounce. all else in the world for ber sakeV" "I believe that's part of tbe he said, with a smile. If worth all of that and more. She shall be flnrt In my heart, in my mind, for all if that la what you mean, Mrs. Believe me, I mean that" "Mr. Bansemer lays that yon an your she mused wistfully. "That's why be loves me, be says. "Tm sorry I'm not like he said earnestly. "He's greatT' turned her face away so that he might not see the look In her