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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOi HUNTING Die Lethbridge Daily Herald ,----_ i U, THE PLACE iijitftfcrtii to HUM HEATERS WE HAVE ONLY A FEW LEFT 11 in. Bonny Oaks 13 8.00 15 11.00 17 Others at practically as Low Prices "Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention" The HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET PHONE 62 P.O. BOX 670 The Store of Quality We cany a full line of the McKinley Music at the a- bove prlfce. All the latest music at 2-5c each. Gramophones, Phono- graphs and Records, t' ROBERTSON'S 1st Boor West of Union Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. THE FI.RST SNEEZE is a warning' note. ITS a slgnar'for a dose of Dr. Booth's Laxative Cold Cure If yon answer promptly a dose yon need never fear any" ill effects from grip .colds, or.Iever. Price 25c. llberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists r, Mgr. You Can't Beat This Combination for iho of the teeth. Buy one of our 35 "or.'50 cent Tooth Brushes and a tube of Higinbotham's Tooth Paste. Use it at least morning and evening. This Paste is well made, and contains ingredients to pre- vent the formation from decomposing foods, combin- ed with aromatics. Its use leaves the mouth and gums pure and healthy. Sold at J.O. liglitottiilCD.lU. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Night Cter Another. Shipment Ontario Apples Barrels and Boxes PHONE 21 G. mmm CD. THeOoiyUJliOntoreii! tlie Cii] THE WEATHER. Calgary- clear..........S .24 Medicine Hat. clear.....12 .32 Lethbridge, clear.......1 -32 Winnipeg, fair.........20 .46 and Saskatch- temperature and light local snowfalls. and. very cold. E. C, Black, one of Wirmipeg.s pro-. njjnent 'business men, is visiting in the city today. CIH AND DKTRia Vroomfl.n will receive on Tues- BOARD THAT WALKS tighti into "your good opinion is tlv you get here. It will work up reMUy and perfectly into the use to which, you intend it. Tell us what 7011'propose to do and we will sup- 1 ply you with BEST LUMBER THE PURPOSE. _ are just.aa particular to sell you v, the right Dumber 'as good lumber. We you rough boards for in- we coax you to buy fmncyl. finished "stuff to fix up a hen coop "We supply you 'the-kind you ought to have whether expert or not. 123 day. Miss Gladys Downer returned, this morning- to Havergal Ladies' College to resume study. Tonignt at the Eureka the Spald- ing Bros., sensational comedy acro- bats. _-_ A meeting of the Committee of the Poultry Association this evening (Monday) at 8 o'clock, in the Whit- ney Block- Peter purchased the lot on Eedpath St. at present occupied by Crabb's photograph, gallery lor A. E. put through the deal, The two best foois in the at the Eureka tonight. "Word .reached the city today that J. E: Booge, of -Sioux City, Iowa, father of 3Irs. C. G. K. suffered a stroke of paralysis. He j visited here a couple of summers The Bed. Deer Achqcate saysi Miss El Allen, lormenly bookkeeper with Ouimette Wright, and lately of Wetasldwin, nas taken a position at Lethbridge. A scream for everyone at the Eu- reka tonight. The trains are coming in closer on time today, and the business hash in is giving place to greater activity. The many new arrivals from, points east and west bring news of warmer weather, signs of an atmospheric change being very evi- dent all along the line. The hotel registers bear the names of a great many land seekers, and the hum of ousiness is in the air. v Entire new program at the Lyceum tonight. CITY AND DISTRICT. Miss Langdon, the famous singer and Plum Tree Girl, at the Eureka tonight. v This morning saw the departure of quite a number of eager students for separate fields of learning. Fred Downer goes to Trinity, Port Hope, Lawrence and Andrew Naismith. and Clarence Hogers to Upper Canada College, Toronto. The prettiest and most comical lady on the stage will be at the Eureka ionight. I- A. G-. McKebwn, formerly of 3Jc- Keown and Hamilton, has taken up his residence and opened a barber shop on Westminster in the JN'orth Ward. ilr. Hamiltoa remains in charge of the shop on Baroness Hoad. ten clay" modeler and cartoonist, at the Lyceum to- night-, iliss 3L 31. Woodroffex received a message yesterday calling her to her home' at Calgary, her mother being ill. Sliss Woodroffe, -however, did not arrive in time to .see her mother, who passed away at three o'clock. iDss Woodroffe is extended the sym- pathy of her large circle of friends in this city. Remember, the Eureka is steam heated, and everyone will be com Numerically, financially and social lj- the inter-fraternal dance arraagelossoms and heather, and carrying bouquet of white bridal roses and maidenhair fern advanced up the aisle leaning on the arm of her bro- ther, Dr. Marquis, who gave her away. Miss Jennie of 3tount Plea- sant, made a very sweet bridesmaid, jecomiogly attired and carrying a bouquet' of pink roses. Miss Mary VTarquis, neice of the bride, acted as flower girl, carrying a basket of roses Mr. W. Johnson, of Winnipeg, a life- ong friend of the groom, was the best man. The ushers were Messrs. W. B. Preston, Fred Heyd, M. W. Mc- Dwen, and George Marquis. After the cermony had been perform ed, for life the couple, and while the register was being signed, Mrs. A. G. Parker very sweetly ren- dered Allitson's "A Song of Thanks- with her usual purity of tone and enunciation, while the wedding leaving the church Mr. Eg ner rendered Mendelsohn's Wedding March, The gift of the groom to the oride was a pearl necklace to the brides'- maid, a pearl brooch, to the flower girl, best man, and ushers, pearl favors. After the ceremony the young couple and the guests adjourned to the home of the bride's mother, 86 Chatham "St., where light refresh- ments were served, and congratula- tions extended. The many and very handsowift gifts received.- showsd "in a. substantial way the esteem tmd gen- eral goodrwill in which the bride, is held! 'These included a beautiful mond ring- from the Women's Musical Club, of which she" was an. active and valued member, The' couple leave Match TAKES PLACE TONIGHT KEEP WARM f: GetaPaitofOur Felt-Lined Shoes NELSON GOW MACLEOD Seniors vs. LETHBRIDGE Seniors x Puck Faced at 8.15 CITY SKATING RINK ADMISSION 25c ;iiTY AND DISTRICT. 'A. L. Foster left this morning for Seattle, Bev. Mr. Riddeau the well known preacher of Victoria is a visitor in town and is visiting some friends in the district. The Auto Girl at the Lyceum to- she real or mechanical. The friends of .C. Carr will be glad to -learn that he is now quite out of danger although he has had a sharp fight. Dr. Cragrg reports his temper- ature as normal this morning. Mr. and" Mrs. Fred Hopkins enter- tained a-number of people. On the ev- ening of the 'Seventh occas- ion being, the 21st birthday of-their eldest son, William. "A very pleasaurt evening was spend in dancing and other amusements. Redwood and Gordon, musical en- tertainers, at-the Lyceum" tonight. A'-liorse and buggy "were found by the police on Saturday evening. In the buggy were a pair of boy's skates and stick marked H. A good deal of mystery surrounds this find "as up to this morning no person had enquired for them and it seems that a rig and horse could have been forgotten for so long. The horse is now at the" Palace Livery awaiting the "arrival of its owner. The Westminster G-uild are holding an interesting meeting tonight to which all young people are. invited. There will be an excellent program consisting of musical and literary numbers, not least amongst whic will he Mr. "C." V. Bennett's outlin of "The S'tory" "of "the House Thebes" which will embrace the clas sical play of "Antigoney" by ,th Master of Greek Sophocoles To lovers of the classic and en entertainment a great, treat is pro raised. down, balance of in 12 buys a 27 ft. lot on Athmead St., clove to Courtland ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK I St. Augustin's Hall ii GRAND AMATEUR PRODUCTION JAN, 18 And Three following Evenings The Darling I The Geishas I A Comic Opera in Two Acts Book by- C. -F. P. Cony- beare, Esq. -Music by EPV. J. S. Chiyers Beautiful Scenery .''Magnificent Costumes Produced under the tion of E. Allen, Esq. j Popular 75c Booking atHIginbo'tham's Drug n Lots on Coutts Central School St., close Each R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK OUR LETTER BOX. on the evening train, for they will points take up east, "their after which residence in their' home in. where the groom is a prosperous bus- iness man. Mrs. Nelson has been an active mem Ber of the community during her-res-, idence here. church she .will be 'greatly 'teacher -in the Sunday active inernbet of the JtiSSioir Band, and for some time acted- as organist. In social and musical circles she Jias been veryj prominent, and iier 'presence will be greatly, missed. Expositor .joins host "of friends in' wishing Mr. and -Mrs.-> M long- "'and happy married life. LYCEUM, TONIGHT. La Auto Marvel, BendalFs Auto 'Girl will be seen a the -Lycexnn tonight, and it' will b up to the 'audience to prove whethe: she is alive or a wax figure. Red wood arid Gordon -'musical instru, mentalists, also on the bill, are very excellent, js is -Ben-Horton; the light ning modeler- cartoonist Eegular and will b charged, A BIG NIT FOR THE EUREKA, Commencing tonight the Spalding Bros., sensational comedy: acrobats who are said1 to, be the two best fools on the stage, guarantee to keep the patrons of the Eureka in, one con- tinual of laughter. The, thea- tregoers "'of. Calgary sbid, Edmonton The program jit, the big one'this .week. Lyceum it t Is Now Open A New Stpre; On Ford Street Carrying, Chinese andv Japanese Fancy- Chinese Fire Crackers, Preserved Ginger, Chinese Year's Candy say they are two of the" grea'testjton- inakerir on; -the "hoiise all -the .time_ they, are on' Miss Hardy late leadinjf-Jady with that, famous opera, is also onHhe'bill at the Eureka" this week. Miss" Langdon "is .comedienne, -and singer, and who visit Eureka this week w-ill re- a treat, such Has never be- fore been witnessed in our city. En- tire program tonight. Good music, 'and good singingr Come early and get a good -seat. JIM JACK, Manager- OrPOSITE PAUCE UVERY Tenders Sealed tenders will be re- ceived- by the undersigned up to 8 (eight) o'clock p.m., MI the 43th t of January; "1909.' lor 'pri'vi- of sellmg and water in the North Ward and alL'parts'of city outside'of _syatena, the same-_-to- jbe 'supplied by wagons, subject to the super- vision, of-the Council, GEO. W. ROBINSON, SecreUryiTreMUTer; JHE "HEELERS." of" The Herald: over today's issue of the city's oldest-paper, the News, I read-with interest the schoolboy trick played byv-the Conservative party (I refer to the-caption. "McNab Elected by In the last paragraph but one the writer refers to "one-or two heelers." Would .you onlorm us what they: are? As I'understand the term, they are office-seekers! Am I correct? Itfow, 'Mr. Editor, because'" a man works for the Liberal party it is aiot .necessary that "he is an office-seeker. There are many men who work for churches and charities who-have no desire to a parson. I take- it, sir, man works for a Government whether- it be Grit oiS because he. believes it-to be .the'.best, and think it is high time for'-the editors of opposition papers tojget into clean wojds. "Heeler" "is" an insult to and the editor who has any respect for his 'fellow-man, himself, or .the previous high standing of Ms paper; will abandon: this Americanized yel- low journalism, and use a little Brit- ish' fair 'play. Verb'um "dat sapienti. Yours, GOVERNMENT SUPPOBTEK, BUT NOT HEELEE. Letlibridge, Jan. 8." 1909. Snap Three lots on Westmin- ster Road in block 95 each, terms Skeith Tilley PhoneJ97 WhitncyBlock -.GHCKCH SCHOOL Raymond, Alta., Jan. H. S. Allen. received word from Mr. Allen, in -City; saying1 that Raymond was to have church school. Plans "were being finished yesterday. Mrs. 'Allen 'It is sure now that Raymond 'is ,to Jiave -tho- Church High School.' CORNER LOTS Two lota on Baroness Ed., not far from depot Good Business Site Will Handle TELEPHONE 294 Office Macdonild Block i t i i i i 4 I I 1 ;D. A. C.M., TAYLOR, Specialist, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, .Office a.m., '-8 p.m. Watch. On Wednesday Special Reinonal Sale Thursday and Friday THEJGOQbCp. UP-TO-DATE; GROCERS. ,Delivery, 7 WHOLESALE OR RETAIL St.''' r MOVING .PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE TW SfiUvf Ins. SnsMiNalCMdfAcrttas IHFiMV Mw Trw ttri 1. Hunch Back Brings Lack 2. Naples and, Vesuvius 3. c Magic Drawing Room Honor Song "After tlie Clouds Roll by Jennie" Friets 15e full.....Itfammulm 11.41 ;