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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fWST JOB PUNTING AT "THE HERALD TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY li tH mi Just Received j; TWO CARS it OF I Nails W I and Barb Wire -----THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 v Zam-Buk We have just put into stock this well-known and reli- able Salve, a purely vege- table preparation for the cure of sores, burns, pimples, eczema and rough chapped hands. See our window display PRICE 50c. at J, 0. HiginbottiamSCo.itd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Quality Buy your Groceries at a UNION STORE Everything fresh Everything Delivered Promptly Everything At Lowest Prices PHONE 21 6. BRADBEER CO. Only UNION Emery Start In City THE WEATHER. fair 21 -6 j and Saskatche- wan, fine today and on Friday. Fri- i" day stationary or a little higher tem- perature. A large assortment select from. to A Bit 0: Blarney Kate Kearney and many other Irish Sonjrs. Price 25c. Store Closes 6.30 p. in. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Boor West of Union link Phonr 251 Agents for Underwood Typtwriterm. A. J. McLean of Taher is in the city today. -Tudije Winter leaves for Caleary to- AND DISTRICT G. X Gouid returns to Pincher Creek this afternoon. i Thos. Wardropo of Leeds. JS.D-, who i Bishop Vun Oman of Taber is in! was one of the early Kerr Co. ascents j the city. has been a visitor at intervals l lunar the clean cotton j since, is m. the city. ..He expresses j raus lyiiie around the house and 'get much surprise at the advancement of a'" pound at the Herald Office.; thy country JUKI to clinch his opinion j The ice is to po out its future. i the? ffclly Hi-or. near TVhoopup. f They are heri! Who? The Musical 'Pearsons at the Eureka. jMass meet 'HIT in at S o'clock. servative candkiate will announce his platform. Everybody come. purchased., fifteen: hund- red .icres of Innd through Hatch and Coons. Messrs. Cecil iind Sallee, who have Oliver's Hall to- f thirty-en hundred acres near Wilso.n, C Ires. Con- aro unJoadinc a steam ploughing :lt today and are huyinjr horses and supplies and nn active Asparagus Green Onions Rhubarb Lettuce Celery Cabbage Sweet Potatoes, etc. Also a shipment of Marmalade Oranges just received Remember we are doiag business in the Shepard Block on Round Street now THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS Phone 98 Prompt Delivery m SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON ft GOW it 1! 2 lots on Courtland St. Water and Sewer, i 1 j; handles. ii ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 f the Canadian A special meeting of Ordor of Foresters T Oddfellows' Tfall at niffht. Kemember Tom Marks changes his program every nignt at the Lyceum. Li. A. Xewton is unloading a second equipment he hopes to break and plant several thousand acres ner Chin W. C. fA'es, Conservative candidate, address the in Oliver's Hall tonight. Meeting will open at 3 o'clock sharp. meeting of the campaign in ainst the sod thav now x covers their be held in the i laiid. They hope to have the entire "0 sharp to- tract in Jail wheat during the season. FIVE CENTS A POUND paid for clean cotton rags at this office. Mr. James Stacey, J.P., of Ma- iirath. is m the city-. He reports the business outlonk as good at Magratli. The farmers are preparing for spring- work. There was more or less snow- fall during the winter and there will plenty of moisture to ensure a irood crop this summer. New settlors are already coining in. ____________ -C. A. Patterson of Linton., N.D.. Oliver's "fiaii tonight at. 8'o'clock.! lias been spending a few days looking II Virgin jj Castile Soap I i i i i i Do you use Castile Soap It is the best soap to use of its kind. To get it pure it is the best to buy it at a drug store. To be sure that its the best buy it at 4 I' Prescription Specialists 1.1. BUB, Mgr. LOTIIII6E W. C. Ives, the Conservative candi- date will be the principal speaker. Don't fair to hear tne Chimes at the Eureka tonight. Tho mass meeting La Oliver's Hall tonijrht will be addressed by W. "C. Ives, Conservative candidate. Mr. Buchanan acd 3Ir. McNabb are spe- cially invited to be present. Miss Gibson, of she public school staff at "Westminster School yester- day received, the sad intelligence of the death of her father in Scotland. J. Boston and N. of Ed- monton, Provincial Boiler Inspectors, arc in the city today. Mi. Marshall conduct the examination for en- gineers tomorrow and Saturday. This was an off-day, at the Police Court. A couple of drunks were ven the usual line. The Chief of Po- lice is appealing the case against the live-men. who. were up for yesxerday uiomins: and who were dis- on a technical point of law. "lorn Marks in "A False Step" at the Lyceum tonight. The other morning a hard wild ffeesc flyiuff over his house. The cropbers-have been, bat the last three days, playing on the baseball grounds. These are signs of spring. A meeting for the final organiza- tion of the baseball club will take place at the (X W. Kerr Co. offices at S.30 tonight and all the fans are ex- pjjcted to be present to boost the movement and help advertize the most prosperous little city on the North American continent. W. A. Buchanan, the Liberal candi- date in the city, has accepted the in- i over land in. the district. He is more favorably impressed than he expected to be and that is saving a srood deal. He ha? miles and this district is.alxmt the best he has seen from a land man's standpoint. Messrs." Wood and Barks of Sparta.. Wisconsin, are in the city lookiiyj over real estate a view to purchase. Hey, A C. Farrell, B. Medicine H'at, one of "Alberta's most promili- ent yomuc uiinisters will occupy the pulpit at Wesley Church both morn- ing and "on. Sunday March, '14th, and xrill preach in the interests of. the Sessionary Society of the Meth odist Church, in Canada. On. Monday nijfht, MarcJi 15, at 8 p. m., the Salvation Army are Riyintr a unique demonstration of thftT ways and means of reforming drunkards. A very realistic demonstration this will be, showicfi: as it does the homes be- fore and after reformation. It intro- duces new and novel features.-It has also some splendid vocal and instru mental parts. This demonstration 'ivas ariven here by the same Salvation ists a short while back to a "ful hoiise" and on asking at_: the clooe p. the meeting; to signify to it being re- peated by a show of bands, one could only wonder where all those hands came from, it ,was so unanimous Admission ;Ererybody -come Proceeds work here ajid help with the purchase of new in- struments for the Band. LATHERS ATTENTION A meeting, will be held in the writing room of the Baimbral Hotel, at meiv shinglers during the sum- 76-3 vitation extended by W. C. Ives, the o'clock: Sunday afternoon. It is D. S. Hunter, manager of the West Conservative candidate, to attend .that'All .'attend as the or- ern Canada .Land Co. returned from 1 and address meeting to be held of union will-have Dayton, Ohio, last night. tonight in the latter's interests. Bon--. ,on work of all aid the Labor candidate, has been invited also. All musfc lovers should hear the Pearsons at the Eureka. This mornina's mail brought orders for the Herald's special publicity num ber from Windsor, Oct.; Que.; Harvey. 3FJX; Greenwood, B.C.; and High Paver, Alta. The'. number is ffivinc: Lethbridee publicity in all parts of America. Hear the Auto Pipes at'the Eureka.' His Honor Judee Winter has band- ed down, his decision on the Acton vs. JIcDiarmid case which is a claim for damages on account of "an accident received durine the erection of the round house in the city. Judgment for the full claim of- was civen for the plaintiff with costs. W. C. Simmoiis, for the plaintiff, C. F. P. Conybeare for the defendants. 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 carpenter would put them. You knoxr of course we handle ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK But 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 Ld Tfkphoaet 23 and 123 ToiktjPaper FLAT, ROUND ana SQUARE Best value in the city, qualT ity and number of sheets in package considered.- J. J. Johnston Oraffist QUALITY QUARTtnt- Don't get The MM That in LooMning Up ftw Cants mof English Liquid Flint Thai you Are paying For the Name. Yau'rt not. Nybig fer What the Name stand! Fer, per "If yon live out of town write mi." MARIE HALL Concert Recital The World's Greatest Violiniste UUItBASCHE Solo Pianiste and Ac- conipanist HAROLD BEALEY Baritone Knox Church WEDNESDAY, lists at Hig-. inbDtham's; and Book. Store. :subscribiers" -the igen- Friday Saturday March 12th, 13th Mrs. Douglas WESTMINSTER ROAD THE The South Alberta Lumber Co., Ltd, f Lethbridge, New Dayton or Magrath Guarantees the Purity Of all the Building Materials it sells THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridge, New PHONE 225 City Yard South of Ellison Mills J P.O. BOX 654 f _ Speaking "of Marie Hall, the Daily Telegraph CLondon, says: ;It is hard to conceive anything so cociplcte as her playing, of tie jcentle. and grace ful inusic .which gave such" pleasure to yesterday's audience. bar of gentle ;and grace- ful tpitM-fjMJl while thV beauty or her sensitiveness of 'her melodic expres- sion, 'her." ex- cellehcerleft'nbthih.e jcfenerous hearer LATHERS, dqh'i forget the meating Sunday afternoon in the Balmoral Hotel Writing Room at 3 A Good Buy A 6 roomed house in-North Ward, close to school, water and electric light, fenced. Handles L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block SUCCESS QE A SUCCESSFUL GOOD MATERIAL But first of all, there is GOOD HARDWARE We have it We have it at the price. It is our business to see that yon get it at the right price. If yon have not time to call in and examine it, take a look at onr Show Window. The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd. Corner Dufferin and Round Street TO rooms, a gentleman, a well i unfurnished. J. Johnson, Round St., below Courtland. St.- 76-2 Royal Cflllifiriea Coal will fiU: Weigiit and "quality aifteea. r A solicited PHONE 287 See the Serpentine Danes ever 5n at SUBSCRIBE EARLY FOR YOUR FOR SALE A farm containing1 three hundred and fifty-five more or less, sit- uated on Belly River five.miles west of Lethbridge. acres broken, six: acres in fall wheat, four The subscription Hst is now open j roomed etc. All fenced. at obertsori's Book Store .for" the cash or per acre, grand concert to -be givea on' March dowo, balance., in three annual in- 17th, ,.by Miss, Marie Hall. Those who with interest at. eight-pei ki-iow -anythinj? about -Also horses, ponltry that this name stands for one of iraplements. ReasoB for selling- really great artists of 'the world, i owner has to oh to homestead Seldom indeed 'is' there a chance ,to and" pre-emption. Full information her like, outside of, the great j "may be had from M. "Room cities land-musical" centres. 3, Whitney Block, Letfibridge.: GEJST'S just' re- ceived Spring Samples for Gent's .Will..make. overcoat to ordertat less cost than ready-made. Citv Works, Round St., opp. Herald "office. Tel. 353." 67-0 Some good bargains an i I Yet to be bad Tlie C. B. Bowman IqencK r. furnished room with all modem con. -veniences in a private family. State particulars and price. Apply C. C. P. i Herald." .76-1 FOR SALE BY TENDER Half. section of 'fine land miles south of Taber pur- chased "at per acre last- fall. .Bids to .be -in by March 25. Balance of payments spread over five yeafi. W. WILLIAM 7642 Crabb St. LOTS ON FOUR CLOSE IN each R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK MOVIN ADVANCED VALJDEVILLt 1. The Moficftl Pearsoni- Matter Musicians 2, Atlantis tiid Novelty GHobe Jugglen 3. Jack-The Champion Bag PuncKer of the Canine World 1. Susceptible Yonth 2, Masque Bail B. Dynamite Man N JKATE KEARNEY lie and 9k. and his own company in "AFALSESTEr ReMrrod SOc. n AdmissioH 25c Curtain 830 sharp li auction, raw, wfll handle 3 food lots w. it oourn co. x, 1 1': 3 sections on crop paynMnt plan 122 ;