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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H J H SKEITH (VMMJ Itok) 'INSURANCE: 1Ee Gillette Razors Blades We have just opened our Spring Cutlery, find have J a nice assortment of Gil- lette Razors and Blades. We have also n full line of felon Brostes Colgate's Soap U liaiei Soap Razors ami Strops The McKeown-HicK I Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE: G2 Cream Elcaya A fragrant non-greasy toilet cream :i Elcaya, a tree of India, is noted for its per- fume, The fresh buds and leaves of the elcaya tree have a most fragrant agreeable odor, at once refreshing and invigorating, A paste made from the fresh leaves posses- sea the characteristic odor of the tree and is used for beautifying the and de- veloping retarded tisanes. Creine Elcaya possesses these qualities in a much more marked degree. Its creamy consistence and fra- grant odor have led ifca ad- mirers to declare it a verit- able "Cream of Flowers.'! PER JAR U Family and Telephone Ctork The Store of Q Groceries Crockery I; We hare everything any other store has and some- thing besides. Try STEPHEN BON'S ;i Marmalade CITY AND DISTRICT t HARTLEY'S Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Buy your shoes from P. Ucriuan. not rocoh THE WEATHER Mrs. Xaismith will morrow afternoon. j Edmonton, fair 12 j Swift Current, cloudy...... 14 t' 4 Winnipeg, cloudy 20- Mrs. L. r. Snydcr and family loft; ijatdeford, fair 10 for Toronto this morning. JMinnedo.Sa, clear 21 Col. Mackic, of the Milk Kivcr Lcthbridgc. fair............... 13 Regina. cloudy 1-t I Calgary, cloudy 14 Prince Albert, clear 14 j I'ort Arthur, cloudy......-... 21 j ..Bulletin from Central Office 01 ranch, left for the East last night. Mrs. J. Carroll and Mrs. Demnion of Tuber, were arrivals in the city Saturday night. Miss Gladys Sprague of Medicine! Some light snow mils have occur- Hat is visiting Miss Harrison at the j cert throughout the prairie provinces. Tho weather has been moderately cold but mifch colder in northern districts than in other parts. cold weather parsonage today. Mrs. Xorthal, Miss Northal, and Montgomery, all of Toronto, arrived in the city this morning. Thos. H. MofTat of Cardston went to Pembroke, Ont., this morning to spend thc balance of the winter. Close Inspection Of our wall papers reveals their great superiority. In every detail of .the manu- facture, as well as in de- signs aud colorings, our new papers are simply the perfection of excellence. You can't be sure you gc-t the best unless yon see what have to offer. RQBEilliiON'S SBOK STflet 1st Oflop of Onion Bsnk Phone 23! t'oduj- and snow falls. Tuesday. Light local Hoffman's brick plant at Medicine Hat 'was destroyed by fire. High River Presbytery is petition- ing to have all post offices closed Oa Sunday. j Thx- Xanion News says: M. R. Complin returned- Tuesday from On- w here he spent the winter, most of the time at London, his for- mer home-. 0. E. Fitzgerald left on the south train for a trip to the Southern States on Saturday. Mrs. of Tacoma, Wash., is visiting Mrs. E. N. Higin- botham. Miss Lizzie Kinniburg is in the i Gait Hospital undergoing an opera- tion. Magistrate Humphries Wilson fined Joe Oswald 42% and costs this morning for his assault on John Tudor last week. Plans for the building in North Ward for the hose reel show a very creditable structure, eighteen by six- teen. It will be. erected at once. U. II. Elton, of Cardston, Prosi- 1 dent of the Alberta Press Associa- 1m for Toronto last night to CHILLy -BLOW. yots -REALLy JVMD. jVOW. AJVD WHICH WILL CA-R-Rj; you THROUGH JtEJCT SAVE MOJVEy DO. 'BECAUSE WE WILL ,JVOW you A. S2s OVE-RCOAT S2O OVERCOAT SI2. A S13 OVERCOAT FO'R SIO. A 360 FU-R-LISfE1> COAT FO'R S35. A S3O FU'R COAT FO'R SIS. THE PLACE TO STAY MEN'S SHOES for all torti and all kinds of 'more etpccially for those who appreciate a which givet absolute ease and comfort to the foot, and at the time have thi maxi- mum of style. Our new ily let .are. designed to.be'tba i.pmri of great many feet, i: -No breakinff.m required COW (ft CO. Lethbtidge Wanted Honey at 10 per cent I First Mortgages on Inside Im- proved Real Estate ALBERT E. IVES Ion 2, Oliver Block PHONE 1-4-T We arc not setking new trade "Onr Best-Mi not a CHEAP flour. It it made from the wheat and ia of superior quality. Buyers and con- sumers appreciate this Though we charge a good priso for ''Our inanr- ing a fair profit, we demand for it in excels of our capacity.- This is why we have u none to offer." Our Best We do Aot quote other mills tomers or -..meet., their prices We accept snclf trade only wheii comes" to us unsolicited at full prices. Ellison Milling 8 tlmtor Co. LU., lijnmi aid LeUkHdge F...German sells the best Roadmens shoes. Go to F. Clermau for Miner's shoes. Saturday evening, Feb. 29th, at the Methodist Parsonage, Edward Charles Cooperv' of of Ginderford. England; was.married to Emily illoseanna of -beth- formerly of Huntlcy, Eng- land, by Rev. J. M. Harrison. The Cranbrook Prospector says: C. .Ross Tute was down from'Lethbridge last Saturday on business. Ross, looked well on Saturday night in a bloomer costume fastened to a rop.e. He never let go. 1 SOUTHARD'S lie Home of Swell Clothes attend thc convention of the Doratn-j This morning, apparently .with I Choice Sported Cigars A full line of B.B. B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headouarters ion Press Association. One hundred and sixty-four entries were made at the Lethbritlge Land cause for so doing, a team of horses .standing in. Hall made front of the. Irrigation a bolt. They made J-1 Office during February. In'the same straight for- CJoodman's store, but 4 i month last year there were sex-en ly- j turned aside in the ditch where one three. of. them down. H. W. Fletcher of Calgary, of thc Inland Revenue was :in fy j the city on Saturday, getting sup-_ i Carpet Bestiiig Windcw Cleaning Co, plies of syrup and canned salmon to be tested as to its purity. Jas. Coggins, of Lacombc, passed through the city today with his fam- j ily which he is bringing from Helena, iMont. Rev. J. M. Rochester. associate secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance, who preached in the city twice yes- j terday, went to Taber last night. i sneak thief wormed his way in- i to thc J. Brown Co. Ltd. store last Thej- -were finally no harm done except gate they demolished. stopped with an irrigation Meanwhile the owner of the team was in blissful ignorance of occurrence. The Heggor I'rincn Opera- Co. ap- pears here a week from Wednesday night in the-, popular opera "Thc Mi- kado" Mr. Rob Martin, the, manag- er, called on the Herald today, HD says, and the Herald from what it has rend in the Edmonton and Cal- jgary papers, believes every word he says, that the company is the best on the road and Lethbridge is favor- .t cd m having n. visit from il. The night and the till of-two dol- Trlmn T i v j Fxlmonton Journal says: "Tho Kd- t jmonton Opera House was crowded to Stove Pipes also Cleaned] Orcck Catholic Church doors again last evening to wit- Send Postal Card IB St. SHORT BLOCKS A Wagon Load at the Yard 1130 Oefivereil It oyr yaril of tfie Track ly purchased by the Methodist Church has been moved to its new Mtc on Westminster Road. Rev. A. M. Lytle, at present at- tending Wesley College, Winnipeg, has been appointed to take charge of McthodiRt work in North Ward jaml Coaldalc when college closes. i W. H. Irwin. of Cardston. recently in the city on Saturday to i assume thc duties of his office. A Chinaman fell into the river en Friday. Thc bridge gang looked on bui made the Celestial get out with- out any help. Blue Ribbon Tea and Coffee Demonstratioi At our Store by Mrs. Dr. CAESAR all this week You are cordially invited to meet Mrs. Caesar, who will be pleased to explain .to all visitors the advantages of using _ i-.ssas' these goods' TKe j. BROWN CO. WALTER CASSELLS COALDALE NEWS Feb. _ Mr. and Mrs. John .Stewart returnee} to Coaldale Thursday aftor spending, the- winter in Dakota. Haley returned from Minnesota Thursday. To :Mr. and Mrs. K.'.E. Hol- land, n boy, February 27. .'Mr. George Ileighcs, Jr., has tak- en up his permanent residence on his homestead north .of the river. HIGH SCHOOL "LIT1 fare.welJ scene, that scene clev- erly "given 'by .W. Hyssop '.as Cariol- anus, Minnie Muddaugh, Volumnia his mother, .Jessie Conn, .Virginia, his xvife. T'..Sheiliekras Mire-anus and O. Virtue as Corucnius. ,Miss Hys- sop then gave the .scene- at- the Vols- cian capital and.' Dora -Nimmons the appehl of .Volumnia to Cariolanus on behalf of Home. All the participants a comprehensive grasp af'the I WHERE TO DINE play and expressed themselves well. The Society's organ ''The Observ- jer" us .read by Fred Macbeth, show- ed that the letter-writing fever had _____ struck the school, the annoymous i communications being oven more riu- Thc High School Literary Society j mcrous timn -n thc ncraid, -Thc cd. korial -comments ..on athletics and For'comfort service menu try the. Tf is ssi'jd that the .minister -of decided appointment.of Walter Gas-- I C.T of Toronto, as judge of.' the exchequer 'court. J M. REDDING Cor. Smith and Rod path T. .1. O'Brien, of Raymond, a" justice of the Peace. j is making rapid strides in its clTorts secure improvements in the literary tastes of the students. An agree- ment ha." boen made that each form give a programme and Friday night Standard YJ1T was on 'the boards, Tho whole- programme centred around .Shakespeare's" piny' Ceo. RaIcy gave a comprehensive par. per on the life and on atrong-.' Two choruses and a piano solo, hy Jimmie 'Wallace, were the musical numbers. O. P. Austin ;is the first member of the School Board to .attend 'the "Lit" this year, called on for a speech and in response complimented the so- jciety for its evident choice of the CO, TiE ILP.B, TSJICKS MMM SNAP! UK Greatest Had Cleaner of the Day 25c a Box I J. J. Johnston PresmpooM ness the famous comic opera "The by the liMjCgar Prince Op- era Co. Kvery available seat in. the parquet was sold long before the time for the curtain to go up and late comers were forced to be con- tent with the balcony." Though opea to Che usual criti- cisms of the overage troupe travell- ing in the -west, the Arington Conv pany marie it upparent in their per- formance, Saturday night at Oliver's Hall that they were considered bet- ter than anything of their nature that "has visited Lethbridge for some time. Tho play presented Saturday 1 night is taVen from A contain- ing a number of strong characters which were ably represented. Thc specialties between thc acts were thn most prominent features of the show. Tho Polmotier sisters orchestra, proved to be a rare treat, besides a number of fine instrumen- tftl selections they rendered several which met with the hearty ap- of the audience. The three i juvcniie actors are clever and talent- cd children arid in their original VB.U dcvillc turns made a decided hit. Tho Aringlon troupe arc here for four nights, putting on a difTercr.t perfor- mance each time they show. From eight o'clock until the. show com- mcncos thc PolmoticrV- sisters will an orchestral each even- I'hilip Sheffield-a scholarly essay on "The Writings of Shakespeare." ami .classical-in literature, and cipal Hamilton then sketched a >'eninrks an introduction to the play explain- ing the historical setting.. The'story of CurioJamJK, was well told by C. 0. Ximmons. Winnifred Hys- sop hail given an introduction to, the ToMarketfiardeners AND OTHERS For Rent, .40 Acres of Choice Irrigable Land just outside city limits. Will ..lease (or a term to rightv party r Apply to T.M. Evans, JHIirtfcttJtwt Oliver's Hall TWO JOLLY NIGHTS commencing Fri., March 6 n E. intuit ent ot man. ,P.rcs. G. A. Virtue occupied the chair until the play' was given when Vice Pres. Jossie Macbeth discharged the duties of chairman. I WASH DRESSES LADIES CHILDREN'S Big Assortment The Prices are Right THE: CASH STORE: I, Macdonald S Co, HUB CAFE Only holism in town where Btmlly wliitc help is used. Every night from lOo'clock have specials in addition' to the usual ran the short order line. in TONIGHT-Hot Roast Turkey and Chicken with Cmnlnjrry Sauce Cream Gravy. Ten or Coffee. 50c Try it after the Show We sdways have them A company of. exceptional merit. An elegant scenic and wardrobe FRIDAY EVENING II Rmi-a-way Katrii The laughing success of r two continents SATURDAY EVENING finning a Woman One prolonged scream Srtriiy Mttnm Between the Acts bM Vaodeville Mittia Higinhotham's Pricet, 15c