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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta AT LOW PRICES COMPLETE STOCK few Model Oliver 5 Typewriter? a in the Type- World It is as ess riht hand to a business organization as is to a as versatile in its in-any functions. It Will Pay You to Investigate- We are the local agents: Stephen Malone I Insurance Brokers and Commission Agents Room 1.....Ofct Block Brandenburg was ac- j Melbourne, Australia, Argus and -quittedji New York yesterday on the Age 'have announced reductions in Pacific Cable press rates but make Excellent Recital press rates but The reduction is insuf- jf grand larceny growing out the ;le to the New York Times of j no comment. an art'.e purporting to have been ficient t0 break the monopoly but a .signed Grover Cleveland. He was j further substantial reduction would at onceearrested on a charge of kid-! ensure the early appearance of new nappinsfiis step son James Sheppard j dailies in Australia. Premier Dea- Cabanni in St. Louis. kin welcomes the reduction. -v Winner of Gold Medal at Winnipeg Exhibition, 1908. THE KINNARD HAINES (FLOUR CITY) Gasoline Traction Engine Maximum of Power and General Efficiency with Least Fuel Consumption. Write or call and get more particulars from the Agents Western Canada Agency Offices. Macdonald Block Ltd Tlie unanimous verdict rendered by the audience regarding the ensemble recital held in the Central School au- ditorium, last evening, was, "This being the most successful concert held in Lethbridge it is. strongly reoom- iiK-nded that such hmsicales bo giv- frequently.'' From the first 'number to the last every piece elicited warm and exclaiuations of astonishment were heard from many regarding the training of the soloists, both vocal and instrumental. 'Miss Archer has certainly develop- ed voices and brought before the pub- lic a coterie of concert singers that this city may well be proud of. Mr. Harper has achieved wonders with his orchestra and solo players. Space will not allow individual praise criticisms. May all who helped in the recital unite in forming an ag- gregation that will strive for their own pleasure as well as that of the citizens in giving many programs such as that of last evening. The programme of the evening was as follows: PART I. March.. Triumphant Banner Paull (b) Descriptive Fantasia "A Day in Acadia Samuels Shadows Eoll Away Begin to Boats Bells for The Blacksmith's The Smith's The Cat- tle Are Driven Young Peo- ple Gather on the Coun- try Dance. Song..Hutehlnson Miss Ruth Freeman 3. Coming of the King ANTELOPE CAPTUKED Kockel A Mr. McLelland york, June pair of an- 4. Saxaphou Solo-Simple. alive by Mr_ Rooge. Mr. Harris 5. Sea of Life___....Moir Miss Addy 6. Strinc Hope March Pap.ini (b) Intermezzo Hildrith 7. Maid and the Rose veil and his son, arrived on the steam ship Vanderland. They were con- sisned to Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, and were taken t0 Bronx Park, where they will be kept for a while. The two jungle denizens were pretty little specioiens and seemed none the worse for their long journey across the' ocean Miss McClure PART II. Selection March, De Koven THE NEW NAME FOR OUR RIVER ver might well be named Alberta. There are other names which could removed Faust Gounod The Circus j An Expression of Opinion From the Calgary Papers Th cided that to change and have (b) Descriptive Parade Paull Entre Jiquestricn- Ines with Clowils jand Cavaliers and i Entre Cossacks, In- klian's. Elephants, Camels, trance Roman En- i semble Parade. '2 Clarinet Varie... .Marrow I Mr. Leach ._ _ 13 of St. Mary's..Rodney 1 Mr. Maclean j benev 4. Piccolo Varie .Stackmest Master Arthur Morgan 15. Me Back Denza i Mrs. Grace '6. Violin a la Valse.. (Calgary Alberta n) people of Leihbridge hav de- it would be a good thing the name of Belly .River suggested three names, any of .which they believe would be as im- provement. Now that the present, river has across it the largest bridge- in the world, the Lethbridge people that they should rise to the occasion and give it a good name. And the "Lethbridge. people are quite right. The name of the river has nothing to recommend it. It is not well be removed and more suitable ones substituted.. Better still, some effort should be made to direct the naming of the new towns and districts j throughout the country. j .......___ Von Weber I Master Fred Johnston i 7. Valse, Spanish Sil- houettes Pomeroy (b) Overture Jollities Bucholz God Save the King. BUILD YOUR Residence Store Warehouse Barn Foundations And Fences Of CONCRETE as we make it Concrete Block is as handsome in appearance as pressed brick or cut stone. Costs less. Grows stronger with age, Lessens your insurance. No repair bills. Walls are dry, because of our special hard facing. Warm in winter, cool in summer. Blocks scientifically made and cured before delivery We make WHITE CAST STONE Lintels, Sills. Steps, Columns, in special patterns to your order. Orders are given prompt attention, and delivery made as early as consistent with first-class work. Come to the factory and see how concrete is made. Visitors welcome. State your wants, and see if we can supply them. Sketches furnished for approval. -Drop us a postal card and onr repre- sentative will call OOodC CO. WORKS I Smith Street, between Bompas and Courtiand descriptive, euphonious, beautiful, pic turesque., romantic, original or any- thing else. It is merely Belly River, That is all. According to the Lethbridge Herald the choice seems to be between the names of St. Mary's, Alberta, and Mo kewan. The Albertan dees not know the meaning of the last name, but it has a worthy sound. The argument used in favor of the name Alberta is that as the great northern river is Saskatchewan, the great southern ri- Leihbridge is asking to have the name of the river changed from Belly to something dsp, believing that that name is something of a (Calgary Herald.) Lethbridge is wise to change tin-- name its river. There are several names in the province that might be changed with advantage. Might we i humbly suggest that Medicine Hat, j for instance, is not a fitting title for' the important city it represents. "WORLD WOULD GO TO THE DEVIL BUT FOR WOMEN" Cardinal Gibbons. To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. Ma ptnon that has had or is snlx feet to headaches to describe the suffering whioh ftttwodf them. majority of art caused by cou- itipatkm and dyspepsia. The dull throb- bings, the intense pain, sometimes in part, aometimea in another, and then over the whole head, rarying in its severity by the oanse -which brings it on, purely indi- cates that there in something the mailer with the stomach or bowels. To the fact I I that Burdock Blood Bitters rea'jhes overy part of the system is due its success in re- lieving and permanently curing headache. It has proven a specific for the malady in all its forms. Emmitsburg, Md.. June Ad dress of Cardinal Gibbons to the girl graduates of St. Joseph's college, in which he said, "The world would go to the devil if it had to depend upon- the men is being commented widely upon. The cardinal said: "I am entirely opposed to woman's that I hate women, but becauso I love them and want them to fulfil] the mission God intended for them. "Nowhere are women so honored as in tho United States, and tin's is due to the chivalry of the men. You wnnt i to be sun: and retain your dignify, and if you are protected by the male j sex, what more do you want? j 'Tf you play in tho arena of poli-1 you will be covered with poli- tical dust. If you grasp after too I much you will lose everything. j "Every one you "ha, n and exclusive mission from Your not .at lit a or_Tut> of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE is Solid, Hardened, Lasting Mass, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in. getting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can'supply you.. Almyt, Cwrywfura, in Canada, azk COK8TIPATION 'AND HEADACHES V., I t A.K K. Brown, mcrficld, X.B., "t- wri tcs I have b f. f. n tronbled with Constipation and for A long time. After trying different j doctors to no effect, a friend asked mo to try Burdock Blood Bitters, I find I am completely cured after taking three I eta mdtlj it to SSI Special orders received and returned the same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH Bos 477 C. S, FAEROW, Manager Phone 145 FARMERS Who live adjacent to Lethbridge, Macleod, Bow Island, Burdett and Winiiifred, and who require aterials will find it to their advantage to call at our yards STAGEY LUMBER CO., Just across the track on Westminster Road in the North Ward. Phone 433 i Headquarters for FINE Plum bing Fixtures Send Us Your Enquiries William Head Co, ltd, Calgary and LethbrVe Moved to Bryan Block, Phone 299 For Dominion Day, July ist, the for the Jj Canadian Pacific Railway Company i saic Junj announce a rate of fare and one-third I good to ;