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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHMIOQI, ALT A., THURSDAY, FCiftlMftY tf, INI. TO LUMBER BUYERS! WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING NEW, WELL MANUFACTURED LUMBER OF GOOD GRADES WHICH WE OFFER YOU AT PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT. HAVE JUST PUT IN A COMPLETE STOCK OF LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER AND BUILDING PAPER, and are prepared to furnish any bill complete (SUCCESSORS TO ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO.) C. R CARLSON, Secretary and General Manager R. RANEY, Uthbridie Yard "HUMAN LETTERS" TO PREMIER British Postofflce Despatched Them but Premier Wouldn't Receive Them London, Feb. "human let- ters" were despatched to Premier As- quith yesterday afternoon by the in- ventive militant suffragettes. Ifrs. Drummond and itiss Pankhurst were the senders of this novel mail. En- tering the Strand post office the two women inquired if it was a possible thing: to send "two human letters" by express. On beinjf answered in the affirmative, they brought in two of their colleagues, Mrs. McLellan and Solomon and addressed them to the Premier's residence prepaid- The DON'T LIKE AMENDMENTS General Teaming If you have any teaming of any kind to do ring me 201 Your -wants will Tbe satisfactorily attended to. Coal mnst be on. delivery. WM. TAYLOR two women were at once dispatched in I for step of the amendments of tfce care of the telegraph messenjrers. T1'K4'vri The servants at the Premier's resi- dence, however, refused to accept de- Sask., re- affirming The support of the princi pie of the liquor license _ of 1908, the Temperance and Mora Eeform committee of the Saskatche- wan Methodist has pass- ed a resolution regretting that wh.ai they term retrograde and aii uncalled 1909 which lengthen the hours of sale and extend privileges to clubs. They also request that.the law regarding the livery pi" this suffragist mail and the evil should be rigidly enforc- police appeared and quickly cleared the.womeh out of Downing- St. ed and ask that the government in- The Canadian Curlfira played their. last match in Scotland yesterday, de- feating the -Dumbarton province j curlers by 91 elude the study of hygene and citizenship in the curriculum ot the public and separate schools. Six people were killed by a Torna- do at Marked TreeJ King Up 108 I you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN B ROD IE "MONTE CRISTO" "Monte Gristo" is.an alluring story when read. As a drama in the hands of a master of stage craft no more powerful production was ever at- tempted, company Frederick Clarke and are producing this beauti- Get our on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted NtunkSMhaS Mwtiffic SUikslet before buying eltewhere jmt. placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'t goods in itock lul piece with, an excellent company urHer the direction of Wfllis. and Cos- grove -The scenery .is new and elaborate and the: company car- ries all the mechanical equipment that is necessary to produce this strong drama of the 18th century, this story of love and intrigue baaed upon the days of Kapoleon, which for geerations inaintained the centre Frederick Clarke ds an actor of rare ability. His experience has been wide and he is supported by a very evenly balanced company. The superior of-this great drama of Du- mas' has never been seen. in the Northwest as presented _bV Frederick Clarke and company. His work as the gallant young lover dragged from the side of his brfcle dxiring their nuptial festivities provoked the tears of strong mejt andV tender wo- men in every pan of the civilized world. It is. a strong drama of-such stirring qualities as to be ever re- membered, once witnessed in the hands of competent artists. Cristo" will be presented at LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Robt. Ormond of- Pincher Creek, is in the city visiting Jher mo- ther, Mrs. :Davjes. Moville and-Smeltzer 'are opeoing butcher shop at the corner of Ford and "Westminster Boad. Miss Ida Stacey of Maerath is vis- iting in the city at the home of Elton- R. O, Shidler of Alliance, Weston, of Cranbroot, -B.C., and and Faotory liiiMiit Fmrtri Manufactured in VanoomTtr, B CM of the very bett Kiln. Lumber, in UtMt tie- boi would do well to S. Swensmson, of Adams, N.D., all brought carloads of settlers' effects to Lethbridge Tuesday A member of the Herald staff has a bat (a one) to 'exchange lor his own. The previous exchange was made by the other fellow at the Lay- men's Missionary "Movement banquet. City Robinson has ft Jot of numbers for' the number- of 'houses. People wanting to put numbers on their houses can get them from him for a dime apiece. A numbering plan of .the city has no.t yet been prepared aud so it is to tie owners to out their The city Ms lots of money on hand uow as yesterday morning Secfetary Robinsqn received an. accepted, cheque from the Dominion Securities Co. through the Bank of Commerce! for debentures amounting to with accrued interest since the -new year. Those old offenders, Canton andLAr- dell were up before Magistrate, Mac- DourfaU.last night on charges of vag- rancy. The former will spend next six men ths in the Barracks, the latter will get out three months sooner. Another vag" named Small was ordered out of town. C. 3. Morse, of Calgary, travelling freieht acent for the (XP.B- is'spend- ing a few days in the city on business. -The freight business Lethbridge is increasing very rapidly and the company is very much pleas- ed with the greatly increased earn- this point. found in Hoom 14. Block. In the District Court Tuesday sev- eral small civil suits were heard Judge Winter. In the- case of B. C. Moore vs. Moftrtt the iudjwsnt was given for the plaintiff. The judgment was reserved in. the appeal case of! Canada West Coal Co. vs. Watson asj was also the case of fly Proctor vs. I John Brodie for damages to property' in removal. The action of Baxter vs. f Workman dismissed. _ j Mr. Ed. Hartz of Kenmare, D., 1 arrived m the city Monday with a] car of immigrant movables, to talcej up_ kis abode in Edward's" do-1 main. Mr. Hartz is a Soo line con-j ductor and has been railroading for1 die nineteen years. He came up here last fall to look around and the country looked so good to Mm that ic filed on homeetead and pre-emp- aon north of town. He has shipped n. four of the best horses seen-here In many a'day. Here's success Mr, lartz. Many and Coaldale peo- ple will be .interested in -the an- An Iowa, syndicate .owning seventeen sectionsv east of Warner have decided to. develop extensively this season. Their manager been looking over the- situation and will erect "buildings and start a easoline outfit as soon as spring opens, .They will farm onta scale. nouncement of the marriage of MK. T. B. Dunham, brother of Mrs. C. R. Daniel to Miss, Anna" Margaret Grove of Callao, Missouri, on March -the tenth. After a 'two weeks' trip throucn. the south western states, Mr. Dunham Intends coming to Lethtvidge to make his home "here; He has con- siderable laud here and will devote himself to the development of. his pro- perty. A rousing meeting" of Scotsmen was held in the Labor Temple Moil- day evening with the idea of form- ing a society worthy of upholding the narne. of Scotland. This society will -be known as the Lethbridge Cal- edonian Society and the o aims -and the objects 'of this society wfll be to Don't Pay Any More Rent Whence sell you a nice 5 roomed house bu t on a Lot 4b ft. x 12o ft. This property situated in the North Ward. Uar pnce js only and oar terms are exceptional easy. All we ask is that you pay us cash and per month until paid for. This property has been rented for per month. For farther particulars, see _ ustatCo. HEAD OFFIOE- Box 387 BLOCK: Lethbridf e, A1U. HERE'S A CHANCE, BOYS -Paper Offers Trip Across the Pond to Toronto, The Cana- dian office of Standard of -Empire competi- .cultivate fond xecollections of____, land, its customs and amusemejits. Those eligible to join the society will be Scotsmen; sons of Scotsmen, .and their descendents. At _ the meeting a committee was formed to 'frame a constitution, which is tor be presented to the next general meeting for ap- proval It is also the intention of this society to hold Scotch concerts, Highland gatherings, and anything1 which will help "to retain their true and everlasting sentiment which is always to be found in the Scot, Anjr person of Scotch descent will 'be wef- announces particulars of tion of unusual imperial and -educa- tional interest. The Standard of Empire offers ji free trip of three weeks in Great Bri- tain aiuT Ireland to the twelve Ca- nadian hie-h school, collegiate, and county academy student' or students of similar institutions that secure the greatest number of subscriptions for tition- have been drawn up after pro- lonjred consultation with most of the educational authorities in Canada and the approval of Earl Grey and the Premiers of Ontario, .Quebec, Al- berta, Manitoba, 3fova Scotia, Sas- katchewan and Xew Brunswicic." 'The prom--' object of Standard" which 'publishes the "Stan dard of Empire! in promoting this competition is to take representative boys -from every province itt Canada and show them the -old country under the beet possible conditions and thus accomplish somethiner -in the, way of "Practical Imperialism." To make the party fully "representa- tive -the Dominion one student will be -selected from Nova Scotia, one from New Brunswick, one from Qtie- that newspaper between Feb. 28 and' bee-province Montreal city one" "ftqm Montreal two -from Bri-1 Ontario, one from Toronto, one Ural from Manitoba, one- from. Win- The one from Saskatchewan. June 1st" of this year. The success- ful bo vs, sail on tain." July 16th and return'on oress of' Ireland" Aug. 19th. That the Dallas Hotel is very knowi 1n this province is well borne mating and will at -hbey to all t. outtfy a letter which was delivered that the view, of at the Dallas Hotel, bearing just the following address: Mr. Harry Gracy. c-o Dallas Hotel, Alberta. was .from Hamilton, and was not delayed. In the report of the entertainment given by tW Little 3isters ofSt-'Au- gufltin's Church., which was published in Saturday's the of Mrs, Morgan as one of those who whom so mwch cre- dit was due Was omitt- ed. The name of Miss Lewis, who was aim om of was also accidentally left out. The city, officials who hafre lot si- rsady moved to the tan mt man, mam Oaainer te this A I the wSo win the Society may be sustained and that the Society be one of unison. It is also desirable that all' who are able will attend the; next meeting to be held in the Labor Temple oh Tuesday evening next, ".-Jud March, as the'.election of office bearers.; will take place. will be accompanied by a Cana- dian physician. All exnenses from the day the students leave-home, in whatever part of Cinada to the day of his return thereto wllf be borne by the paper. The British Columbia will have wonderftil holiday of sev- en weeks and will travel over miles. The conditions'of the one "from. Alberta British Columbia. and one from The .boys will vi- sit jTJverpool, Manchester, Sheffield. Oxford. Stratford on Edin- burk. Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, and of course London, where it is they will be receive4 by Lord who lias such great belief in Canadian manhood. Admiral Sir Chas. Fane, formerly commander of the Newfoundland Station, and son-in-liw, of the." late Sir Edward ICenhr, of 'Halifax; Aii-1: its noi NO: MIM Uraola Arthar, pufd of WlUw will iMefvt npUt te and for Mai as well as, thoce of Cattle Deftlera and Grain given special attention. Our branches oovtr the farwinf and ranching of Western Canada espe- dally, more thorowfhly than do those of tny other Batk. Cheques on any Bank cashed. Notes discounted or Ukei for collection; Money advanced to reliabfe on moderate ternu. opetra Stflftp tmmL Interest paid or to the Principal at rtf iutervali, LCTHftftlDOt MIAHOH: M ;