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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fPBST JOB PRINTING AT HERAUD 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY fto H lltlW H til NUtf NTf Just Received TWO CARS OF Nails and Barb Wire THE REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash t Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 ii i1 i Rose and Violet Talcum We are showing a style package of pleasing odors. The violet is superior to any. thing on the market and many of our customers have bought this article and pro- nounced themselves satisfied. When buying talcum pow- der to ?ee this one at Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Quality Fresh Supply of CITY AND DISTRICT Washington PHONE 21 G. BRADBEEff CO. Oil; Mill (nceiy itin !i City i Trcsh Ucgciabks Asparagus Green Onions Rhubarb Lettuce Celery Cabbage Sweet Potatoes, etc. Also i shipment of Marmalade Oranges just received Remember we are doing business in the Shepard Block on Round Street now THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS Phone 98 Prompt Delivery SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON I GOW Seven Lots on Courtland Street J each. Water. Terms. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 THE WEATHER. Medicine Hat, clear .04 20 -0 LethDridee, clear .04 33 -1 Bulletin From Central Office Spencer, oi Macleod, is in the Cold weather has prevailed all over T English Papers Allstory and Rail Road Magazines ARRIVED TODAY ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE city for a day or two. Cameron, of Cranbrook. B. C., j is spending a Jew days ia the city. I Remember Tom Marks changes his program every night at the Lyceum. Harry I-emon has taken a position f on the cro-uy-nment's telephone staff in The city. The Misses McLeay and Miss C. A. i arc havinir their millinery] tomorrow. j Air. Church, of Luuisden, Sask.. is visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. V. Bon j nctt. the prairie provinces, especially so in the northern districts. Litfht snow has fallen at many places. West, fair and decid- edly cold today and on Thursday. CITY A.ND DISTRICT the city at the The best show Eureka tonight. The Clerks" Union held a srood meet ing- at the Labor Temple last night, One candidate was initiated and six i names were proposed. Miss Niven, Miss Young and J. Dawson were elect fed delegates to the Trades and Labor Council. Jt was decided, to hold a social on March 25th in 'the Knights of Pythias Hall to which all non-un- iou clerks cordially Invited- ;The union will wait oa' the merchants of. the city asking for a half holiday ev- TJhtu-sday durinsr June, July. Au- 1st Boor West of Onion lank Phor.a251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Us Free From Stickiness That's what we claim about our i Violet Cream that's different from all other toilet preparations for the face: and hands. Ladies w.ili appreciate this part-ic- :uiarly as they can wear right after an applica- tion a-nd not. have them their TTsc it and II Prescription Specialists I, I. ILPIR, Mqr, lETKBflifiGE JERRY THE TRAMP Another Full House .to Tom Marks at-the Lyceum The Tom Marks Company were again enthusiastically received by Lethbridge theatre going: people, and. Tom, as Jerry the Tramp, was at his best. Tonight "The. Irish Detective" .will be played and this is known as one of Tom's best bills.; The special- ties between the acts including >pic- and songs are of the ;highest type. On: Saturday afternoon- at 2.30 will 'be given a potato 15c and every- person bring- ing a potato will be allowed-5c off the ticket. The "Murphies" will be sent to the Hospital so and get a stock of "spuds" in. for Satuldar af- ternoon, EARNINGS INCREASED Montreal, March Trunk Railway earnings for the first week in March Increased compared with the same week last year. Wra. Cronibje, of Minneapolis, is am onff the land men who arrived in the .'city'last nisht.. OUR DOORS ARE NOT BLINDS to work off a lot of poor lumber. They are made, of selected -boards, put to- gether as a first-class 't carpenter would put them. You know of. course we handle ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK Bui you cannot know till you try them, how well made are our doors, sashes, etc They are as good as the best hand-made, while they cost you only, a fraction of hand-made Think it over. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Id 23 123 There will be a special meeting of the Canadian Order., of Foresters to- morrow (Thursday) nigrht at 7.30 in the Hall. Coming! Coming! Here tonight! Tiie Musical Pearsons at the Eureka. Don't miss it. Hyde Saimders have removed to their new warehouse on Ford St. Kast. Telephone No. 246. City! and September, warehouse at Farmers' Feed Yard. The.Turpm' Furniture Company's store presents, a splendid appearance since the new spring stock has been unpacked. They are always pleased to show.goods. .As several of the baseball fans found it Impossible to attend the meeting- last ninht, it was postponed until Tn-ursday evening. case of Acton vs. MaDiarmid occupied the attention of the District Court yesterday afternoon, aad this morning. The judge reserved his de- cision. David manager of the. Golden. .West, sold two lots on Westminster Road to a Swift Current investor who likes the prospects here. Lathers and shinglers' meeting', to- night at the Balmoral Hotel at 7.30 sharp. Thb handsome bevelled bun-glass front of the Shepard Block was sup- plied by J-ain her Company. This company are :al- so pladns the new front in. the JfcffJr. Block, I Alderman. Devere Hunt, of Cran-i brook, is .city I'cr a few days on business. Hunt is enthusias- tic over JLetiibridjje's-prospects as a city. lorn Marks and Co., in "The Detective" at the Lyceum tonight. Five: men -arrested. few nights ago ior gambling, appeared in the Police Court this jnormpg with Ives tlefendmor. "Chief G-illespie prosecuted and had- his case practically won, ex- rept for a technicality upon which Magistrate MacDbuprali dismissed the case. Atlantis and Fisk, comedy and novelty globe jugglers at the Eureka. There will be a meetine: of the In- termediate Lacrosse Club at einht o'clock tonight at the Balmoral.Hotel to organize for the season; An ef- fort is beins xuade to form a league comprising Maclebd, Taber, Pincher Creek, Hayiaond and Lethbridge. The local team have ordered uniforms. What! Jack, a dog, a bag puncher, at the Eureka? You bet, that's just what it. J. C. Jensen, of Borers, IS.D., ar- rived last night a carload of ef- fects and will settle 31. T. Buchanan, Irom is in the city for a few days. He says the weather here is: elecant. Ht; saw such weather at this time.-of .-year. He is quite heavily in-i terested in lands in this district "and is not backward in declaring that Southern Alberta-is the best part of, the West. Buchanan isran plement manufacturer and the leading citizens of Oxford County. He was a member-of the county council for twoiiti-two years. Coming Musical Pearsons at the Eureka. THE BEST EVER CITY Tonight there wfll be "one of the best programs at the Eureka jthat has ever been presented in the city. The Musical Pearsons who were to have opened at that popular -theatre -Mon- day night, were Jield over "in Calgary and as their act is one of the best musical comedy acts that has ever been in the city they will be cordially received. Atlantis arid Fisk are the cleverest Jugglers that have ever visited our city and perform some very dif- ficult feats on their wooden globe which is. only about twenty-four inch- es in diameter. Miss 'Atlantis does the most beautiful "serpentine dance on the rolling globe ever seen in the West and should not be miseed by any loyal Canadian or American. Jack, the champion bag puncher of the canine world is well worth the price of admission himself. When yoa pause to think that he-is only a dog, yet such a clever bag puncher, you can hardly 'credit your eyes. All this, with aa entire -change of pic- promises to'give ea'ch patron the best show they ever saw In- Leth- bridge for the price. ALL LATHERS and shtnflers are reuested to be present at the union organization meeting at the Balmoral Hotel tonight-at 7.30.: Don't forget. FLAT, FOUND SQUARE Best value in the city, qual- ity and Dumber of sheets la package considered. J. J. Johnston Pniffte -QUALITY Be A Crank. Turn Something. Turn 09fr a Naw Ltaf And Don't Buy Paint Untoas YM KntwWIiit'r In It. Paint SpaaKs Par Itaatf. Par Cal. StafTlnMpi Ci, "U you lite out of toVn write MARIE HALL Concert Recital Greatest Violiniste LOUlt BASCHE Solo Pianiste and Ac- comparUst HAROLD BEALEY Baritone IN Knox Church WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17th Subscription -lists" at Hig- inbotham's and Book "Store. Plan -opens for subscribers Monday, the gen- ral' public Tuesdayr 16th. Friday and Saturday Mrs. Douglas WESTMINSTER ROAD NorthWard FACING THE i Lethbridge, New Dayton or Magrath Guarantees "the Purity .pf all tlie Building Materials it sells The South Alberta Lumber Co., Ltd. i THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. J Lethbridgro, New Dayton, Magrath City Yard South of Ellison Mills PHONE 225 ;P.O. BOS 654 A Good Buy A 6 TGuuied house in JsTorih Ward, jclbse to .school, water and electric light, _fenced. Handles L S.R1PLEY. TELEPHONE 294 Offices MacdonaldBlock the ENliTRICT. Entire cKange of Eureka tonight. "W. Bishop of- Wesley Meth- odist is readgnijig his to.'co into-TC-SI-C.A.. work. An old gentleman sixty-foulr years of age and a citizen" of has the measles. A woman who this disease a- year has -another silver watch Owner can have same by calling at police' station, and paying for this ad. 75-6 GET WILSON THE AUCTIONEER Your Next Sale HE GIVES SATISFACTION TOMORROW L. and J. McLEAY STREET LETHBRIDGE House Cleaning No doubt you are contemplat- ing HOUSE CLEANING. To assist you in making this ar- duous task of easy accom- plishment, we offer you tbe following: CU RTAJ N STRETCH ERS, IRONING BOARDS, CLOTHES HORSES, CLOTHES RACKS, CLOTHES BASKETS, CLOTHES HAMPERS, DOOR "MATS (all kinds) CARPET BEATERS CARPET-SWEEPERS The McKeown, Hardware Ltd. Corner Dufferin and Round Street _ _. Royal Collieries Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality, guar- anteed. A trial order solicited PHONE 287 FOR shack, cheap. Apply E. A. Pitt, c-o P.. Burns Co, 75-2 for tempor- ary work at Experimental Farm. Ap- ply by Phone No. 243. 75-3 FOE acres and a house on Crabb Street. 'Apply to Y. Chow, P. O. Box 95, Lethbridge: 75-6 WANTED AT ward maid. Apply to Miss McDermid, Gait' Hos- pital. ,-v. 76-3 GENTS just re- ceived Spring Samples "tor Gent's Clothes. Will make suit, or overcoat to order, at less- cost than ready-made. City Dye Works, Hound St., opp. Herald office. Tel. 353. 67-0 Twjo good residence lots. Burdett St, opposite Pres- byterian Church. Terms For Sale Only by Itie C. fi. Bowman Agency P. 0. Pfcoie 211 LOTS ON Round Street FOUR CLOSE IN each EASY TEEMS R.V. Gibbons PHONE OTT BLOCK TO-NIGHT Tom Marks and his own'.company in the n ii "n LYCEUM Seata SOc- Curtain 830 tharp 25c 320 4i Good JMT aero. Imwa. 3 Crop ftymtnt. W. It DOM1N A CO, ;