Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
.ALTA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, It 1 MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED J VAUDEVILLE, 1. Cumbersome 1st Prise 3 Pierrott und Devil 4. The Fat Baby S O N O nuptials of Miss Helen Balrymple panel in Princess effect. These are shown ,in endless variety. They are easy to make, easy to don. and easy to launder. The first warm days have a trick of coming upon us very suddenly in this. so, if you are wise, you will be- prepared. Pope, only daughter of Provincial Auditor J.' C. Pope, of Regina, and granddaughter of the late Hon. J. C'. Pope, Minister of Marine and Fish- eries, Ottawa, to Stewart Coulter Bur- ton, of Regina, manager for the wholesale grocery firm of Cameron and. Heap, at- that point. old Glasgow and art jrulleries as in Rome and Naples. The cursed smoke .which compelled Dad to chongv his collar every hour while in old London ha-s inspired him with the need of bottling the smoke which often over- hangs this city. But wait "until Dad comes home and you will hear all. The council wants to yet busy and decide Chinese laundries are .to hin-> up r beg mean r laundry. They have '-a .jet oft" the main business streets and must not be alkwed on the residential streets csy cost. ,By the way I h Jar that tfood citizen who had Building a laundry in the residential section for a China- nian has abandoned the idea and will instead erect cosy cottage for decent white people to 'reside in. Too bad other citizens do not display the same spirit also. What I would" sug- gest is that the Chinks be compelled to have their laundries in one of the coulees or on by the Isola- tion hospital. Isolate them with a vengeance. Contractors We have just unloaded cars Hardware and Nails Get our prices Sure to interest you Hayr Bros. P.O. Box 27 Daily Herald Market Race you have aiythiaf to or to reit place it in ibis colwoii. If you me this for SI LOST AND FOUND. the Eureka, a lur throw. Owner can have same by calling at the Eureka. SITUATIONS VACANT housemaid want- Apply Mrs. F. D. Shaw, Bartlett yt- 60-6 COWS FOR SALE-Two fresh milch cows for sale. Apply M. Boyton, Stirling- 5M bay pony, marked with white star on fore-head and branded 7h on left shoulder; reward of for information leading to Write Jos. KUbury, Coaldale, Alta. 59-12 May, 1906, one brown horse, S years old, "weight nearly 000 Ibs., branded 8 60 on right side general servant. Ap- ply to Mrs. McNicoi, 1110 Bompas St. 58-6 good general servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpman, cor- ner of Dufferin and Burdett Sts. 55-0 housework by the day or in the evenings. Apply Mrs. Phasey, Lethbridge P. 0. 53.0 Jahn.-H. Denning, was killed in the cave-m of a .gravel pit near Strath- roy. Ont. Jas. Lyons'had his les broken.' There is a picture in one '.of the Toronto papers just to hand of the original Widow" hats which shows eight immense specimens of headgear loaded with feathers, flow- To some of us the .month of Febru- ary holds one day which we -keep apart from other days in remem- Widow" in the new Amsterdam brance of our greatest of Canadian theatre in New York, in the fall of poets, .Archibald Lampman. 1907, a smart Fifth, avenue 'millinery displayed three huge "crea- labelled "The Merry Widow itrs, silk. ribbonsi... on the heads of'eight choroos ,____ They are seated, with their backs to the photographer.', on small chairs, ajid in each cast the hat is the larg- est part of the fair .sitter. whole forms a grotesque collection, that the craze is over, one wonders how any beauty could be discerned -in these, vast, overshadowing edific- es. The "Merry Widow" hat wag' a very carefully planned campaign by the press agent of the popular opera. It seems that shortly after the open- ing of of the "Merry TflrtXV ?T> fliri A f t j-> A weeding took place at St. James Cathedral, Torontq, this week, of Miss Nadine Jane Kerr, daughter of Sen ator Kerr, to Edmund F. Osier, son 6: IE. B. Osier, M.P. Rev. Canon Welch and qmlls: performed' the ceremony. Cadet I _ _ Meredith, R.M.C... was the best man Miss Marion Meredith and Miss Florence Kerr the. maids of honor, and Miss Phyllis Osier flower'.girl. The. ushers were Britton Osier anc Geo. Cassels. ''The couple sail, from New York for Egypt. On their re.- turn they will reside at Bronte. Ten yeurs ago on the tenth of Feb- ruary the world was made the-poor- er by the passing of this gifted soul, but he left a legacy of noble thoughts for which mankind is ..enriched, for -all time. In this age of of bustle and hurry, of superficial- ity" and "insincerity, his earnest" words come to rus charged with. the power, the faith and "the -courage which at- 1 tended-the. prophets-of '-Perhaps Txe-- is not our greatest poet, others 'may surpass Hat." -taking a SuriJay afternoon 'stroll, the press agent 'of the opera company saw these and had an in- tie Fowler is a 1 don't see any achan crtie's on a Sunday, all might Imvf .Ivpn'rlifforont, have been the, and we losers, of the hould stay on his perch as building in- spector. He started out >..right by people take out permits. That Merry Widow- n; such slight -threadslulon? -is or in 'this' case, shall- I sal heads in imaginative power and jnomentous events "'The --strenjrth of writing, but none in per- Press stood transfixed, for a feet fidelity and high ideals, time -before the. -nodding plume's and love for nature and serene and broad 'part-wheel' velvet- rims, and thft 'next outlook .upon life. .His spirit was day went around "to the big depart- touched fine arid every i nient.' stores, and in get- line of his writ-ings .reflected.- the them to make window displays calm inner-. light.- One cannot '.look j of their largest millinery "efforts with at his face- without seeing, the '-man's I the "The Merrey Widow Hat." 'innate nobility: 'nor read his poems I Of course these made a sensation, "without '-feeling "'-'the threads that -triti j-nnd. started -'a widespread publicity us to the All; God or the- Immensity." j campaign, and the "new fad was suc- He was -above all, a .poet natrire, i ct-ssftilly- launched. And How "the loving and knowing the steadfast. question is, "What will the next, one earth in all her moods, and desir- With the self-saciifice of our ;ing-that "we grow like her in mould -and our "bodies stately as-.her blessed-trees, 6ur. thoughts as" sweet and sumptuous as her- It is an ideal worth v of atuiinment. we. are prepared., to a woman, to follow it to the '-end.' ANNE. Itis a far cry from .zero weather, but still there is a relationship and it is, the wist- woman who recognizes it. Many busy house mothers make practice dee'about mer dresses in. January, and the big stores "encourage tliis by holding special sales of whitewear and cotton gobds. The .styles for .the .Social and Personal Monday evening Mr.. Street something for last permits could come or stav 'siway, nobody gave a continental rip it. Again the fire chief oujjht to be able to get a line on of assistance in case of fire. Oh well "I will ring- off as VT may be treading on dangerous ground. Let-me say the council is wise in giving Fowler a chance to make coo.d as 'building inspector and if he' can fill both jobs' to our satisfaction, hold on. My kick is'-.thu way the council.hand ilcd. this business. First'they cut ott his building., inspection job and then in a conclave arranged by the behead- ed and the they decided to put his head back again, pat him; on the back and apologise for the hurried way they. had ac.ted. That's poor policy. people to believe the Applications Miss .Margaret Prater, A. T; C. M. First Class) Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in. all grades "prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, -Trill receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, preparing them fuliy for the] teaching profession, for. the church and platform work, as well! as for -the drawing room and the so- cial circle. Personal consultation -in Studio, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 814 St., Lithbridgt, Alta. Will be'.received by'theiUndersigned the 8th of-March, for the positibri of Inspector for the City of Lethbridge, Duties will comprise reading or electric .light wiring m buildings, and" sanitary in- as engineer on steam plow; good references furnish- ed. Apply to Box C, Herald Office. 63JL2 good general serrant. Apply Mrs. V. W. McGuire, 529 Round St. Sam's Cafe. wanted at Chow 57.0 for Leth- bridge district for a first-class life insurance company. Apply to Mana- ger, Box 1438 Calgary. 58-6 vant. App'fy Mrs. J. Bank. spectiori. .1: Please send copies of; credentials, a'nct -state'', "Population, G. W. ROBINSON, r... Secretaxy-TJjeasurer. sires a position at onee. Box 0, Herald Office. Everything in season j served tastily i i Tte CoaUaltHeitaiirBirt i Coaidale Block Notice As a.change is about, made in the firm of McKenzie and Roy, elec- tricians, it is requested that all'out- standing accounts be'settled immedi- ately. By so doing a discount of five per cent, will be allowed. McKENZIE AND ROY, ....Redpath ,St. jeneral serT i. Anderson, 59-0 hip. Also black mare colt, cpmicg two years old, narrow white stripe in face. Both had halters on at the time they disappeared. A reward of will be paid to the party re- turning them to N. J. Christeiwen, township 15, range 18, section 2, Boat Office, Taber. 58-6 STOLEN-On Feb. 17, a ;brindle ter- rier. Anyone having same will be prosecuted. 60-2 HORSES FOR SALE. HORSES FOR horses for sale at the old Charlie James ranch. Sec. 36-7-21, 9 miles south- east of the city. 60-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR shares in Leth- bridge Woollen Mills Co., paid up, will sell for cash. W. T. Watson, Box 393, Hosmer, B.C. 55.6 WANTED TO piano; state price, terms and cash, and c.w. Herald Office. 65-0 FOE sets counter plat- form scales; each. Apply Man- ager Hudson's Bay Co. FOR Fox good' as new. Herald. .60 SITUATION WANTED. >IALE. STENQGRAPHER With! about a year's actual experience and a fair knowledge of de- ARTICLES WANTED. Address 60-6 TO RENT; FOR .in North Ward; .large chick- en house. X, Herald. 60 TO Restaurant; fully equipped. Apply Wm., Porten Ar- lihgtoa "Hotel. 57.0 Policemen ;who asked the; Toronto Ministerial Association to iassistthem in their "day off" proposal; have been ordered to appear before the chief constable. a theatre. party-Jor several-, of -aWermen. .are .6ldi.women and permlt- the young.people.with a.supper and afterwards. at-Mrs.. E. ;n's which was -thoroughly en- Mrs. Vrooriiari's-'-larsre'-Euchre-' on Tuesday ple ayailable ._.. sidefed Jiecesskry for thrlworkinf of the mme J10 For full' information, should be made tor the _ the. Department of the IniertoT, Ot- tawa, or -any Agent or Sub-ifeiit ol Dornuiion Lands; i es" .which: inspire one to, rush to the nearest buy ten yards (but not at ten cents' a '.is this .the; West) and begin home dressmaking. It sounds very easy and the direction.1 rlad .to see-, her .i' arelso plain "J11 thct go astray: --The .1-1.''-r. in town- Ladies Home 'Journal .patterns are very and their spring style book gives7 one all kinds of ideas -for dresses. The children's frocks are particularly fiiscinating, and. are-all in cood taste and feas- ible.- It is just as well when one' is planning clothing to think the matter over carefully and just what, yoii want before entrusting yourself to the allurements of fabrics in tho shops. We have all known the experiences of coming home .from shopping with something .that in its environment, ex- tremely attractive, bttt which view- ed. the. calm, cold light of the morning after, we .realize is entirely are in this country, one or two added consider- ations as well, and the shopper's Shibboleth here is "Will it and. "Will it Most. family washings go to Chinese DW AR washings go to the Chinaman, but. alas, their last state, is often worse than their first. So it is practically useless to get other than gloss per- cales, galateas, ginghams or cham- breys for dresses that often'visit the laundry. White materials seems to ._ .Ts the expert assessor ncrmanoncv being [-or is' he' here just to get 'vaings set wa? 'It' seerns fiiniiv that we lone.'hand prize.1 haven .t dfllcials capaLiie uf entiueer- ing our affairs. 'Ve ji'itr'rit to oe nble Th'at popular Tiostess. Mrs. j to cet the sort. able to assess, book- ontertainKl at Five Hundred keep, etc..--for the :--i.lary jiay- Thursday evening.' TSer guest. Missjinff. Seeminc-ly ;.ot. .Mr. is Casey, of Macleod, received with her ja good man. he Tcnows his business many, words of welcome from! and if he is here permanently all well who are always j and sroqd, but his salary ouirh't to IK; up" front a chunk off other fel- 80 ocres of irrigated land in pieces of 5.10 or 20 acres, close: in, a bargain. Standard Land Co. Ltd. CAPITAL. SURPLUS, j D8 Ageits Wiaiipcf FK Iiswuce Ca, Btx680 SOUTH "AFRICAN 'Veteran- Scrip for sale, located or.'.' unlocated. Apply R: R.. Cropley, Room 26, Hill Block, or Box 603, Lethbridge, 55-6 LAND FOR section; 300 acres in winter wheat; half mile of shipping point; .per acre; good terms. -Alberta' Realty Co. Deputy TJaauthoried publitiatibn ol this" advertisement -will not be SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAN D REGULATIONS of FO.R Warner, three lots, 18. 19. house and' shed; 'block 8, one .block south of hotel; five-wire and poultry for cash, ?500. F. Rigby, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridgel 59-3 two inside residen- tial lots; srive price terms. Herald. r. 80-0 italjles.'werit' set" out in the spa- i lows .who won't have so much.to do. I cious roornp and the prizes, were won If .biily put into, the i by Dixie .Wikon Har-jniums of; other fellows the The winners of consolation j knowlodpe about assessments; all well prizes'were Mrs. Rogers, and Mr. [and -ood too to Buchanan. j .irivc "n jruatantee that tho matter'he '--V' J-.-' i has packed into the head of ,the local Miss Jessie Belcher has returned to officials wil! stay there after he has be the best investment of all. in considering whites, cotton. Then will fade it is as well to remember that we live in "Sunny Southern Alber- with the accent on the first word. The sun is Alberta's best friend, and we would not want to change our climate for that of an- other region, but the fact, remains that old Sol fades liffht colored cot- tons very quickly. For that reason pale blue's and greens arc a poor in- vestment, for before one season is over they are hopelessly faded out. Edmonton Liking with her Miss Hel- en Mewburn, who will be her .guest for a. couple, of weeks in; the gayj ciipitol.-' Noursc'.s many friends are fflad to; welcome her back "after herj long stay in Sioux City. I Mr. and Mr's.r P. L. Naismith and j Mr. und Hammond, of Se-l If, who have at Coronado Beach. California, to Mexi- co. Mrs. Hammond's little clauchterl is with her gtandpamits., Major and Mrs. Burnett. Lettor.s from Mrs. J. D. Hiirinbo-i tham tell of delightful sightseeing in Spain, the Alhambra calling forth special mention. At Alexandria Mr. Higinbotham, who knows Egypt well, is to act "as guide in a trip up the Nile and through the interior for a period of ten or twelve Jtii't' No: use spewlinj: money in this Western Canada Stock Co. Ltd.! Dealers in Sfoeks, Bonds and FINANCIAL AGENTS days. On the return trip Mr. and Mrs. Higinbotham expect to visit Athens and Constantinople, thence across, the continent to Paris, .catch- ing their boat lor home at Liverpool. Our good wishes go with them. Mrs. G. W. Robinson was the host- nsfi of a charming tea on Friday af- ternoon, and her cheery grate :fire and pretty rooms looked very invit- ing. The tea table was quite like spring, with its centra of pay yellow FOK Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Miniag Co., Austin. Nev. Capital Shares advance from to 6occ UtttrMie Afcky J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 Office in Chinese Store, Ford Street, beside Palace Livery Pinks h'ftve to be very "pinky" to and double while tulips. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET loti NortH 9f tte Itilrati nl Wot of Ktatiiuter N. FROM EACH TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum d. (M FOR Two side of Aslirncau, full lots on west aucut way be- tween .-Courtland St; and London "Rd. no better lying residence site in town: Apply ________ ________ 80-0 A FEW LOTS on CutbiJl St., close to tho school and facinpr east, at each, on 'easy The H. Mac-! beth' Agency. P.O. Block. 6-O price each, on terms. Box B, Herald Office. T v j T on Ashmcad, near Lon. j a family; male -imr-'18 don St., 1-3 .cash, balance 3 old, may homestead a and 6 months.- Alberta. Realty Co.-. of available, Dominion; Saskatchewan Alberta. The applicant must iiwperton st the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- 1 Agency fbr "tKe; jJistrjcC11- JSntry proxy may .be" made on ;eertain by mother, son; daughter; -brother or m- PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR acres and house on Crabb St. Apply Yearn Chow, Box 95, City. FOR- new houso. on three lots, in Duff addition, for sale; chicken house on property also; price to cash will han- dle: will rent Skeith and Tilley. 60-3 ter of hoimettemder. lesidenoe upon and; cultivation land in of three' years. A may live within riine of hii home- stead on a farm of at least 80 SUM solely .owned arid "occapied 'by him or by his father; mother, son; daufhHr, brother or siater. r-- :i la certain, districts a. jn, good, V- MiT home- stead. Price acre. reside six monthi in of six years entry (including required earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader; who- has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain- a pre-emption ?may take a chased homestead in certain dittnslf. Price per acre. reside six months in each of Idirss years, cultivate, fifty aero .and erect a house worth W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. TJnauthoried publication si this advertisement will not to paid for. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Pfofits........ Accents of NcrckMts, Farmers and Banckrs StIkM Draft! Money Orden of Credit 8avingsT3ank Department UtHhnlfe BrMch- St.