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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOi HUNTING AT "THE HERAL.D The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACt TO STA IB Lettbridgi Is tit IttlU Mtt Just Received j! TWO CARS OF 1 f Nails and I Barb o I- Wire I HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 ONLY MEDICINES MDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases ou week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 10.30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1 p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 8 30 to 9 p.m. For other unrent calls use Phone 49 or Bell FIMILY IKO DISPOSING CHEMISTS The Store of Quality Hello! Number? 21 please Yes Phone 21 if you want anything in the Grocery Line Phone 21 gives complete satisfaction. G. m CO. Oclj UHOI Grocer? Store In City The Red Feather On a can of fruit, vegetables or salmon is a sign of the very best quality that can be obtained in tin- line of canned goods. We al- ways carry a full line of REID FEATHER goods ia stock. Fresh fruit and vegetables arriving daily. THE GOOD C O. PHONE UP-TO-DATE GROCERIES PROMPT 98 Now in our store on Round Street DELIVERY ON 4 APRIL MAGAZINES Popular Argosy All Story Bail Road Cosmopolitan Delineator Iteiigner CITY AND DISTRICT The Gun Club are coins to havw a shoot at their traps this afternoon. 3Ir. Buckles returns this evening to his native home in Lancashire. Remember Tom Marks changes his program every night at the Lyceum. Messrs. Bowman arid Johnston? havej 1 j taken out a oermit for their j block on Eedpath St. j Frank Waddington continues to, j give the best prices for second hand today. goods of every description. j-Lethb-idge i i __ T i TCOC Store tonight till 10pm. mmi 1st tar fet of UilH Ink 261 Aftnts for I Typtwriten. THE MERRY I MOTH Is a Busy Mortal Now Just as soon as you lay aside your furs and, winter wraps it's the moth's business to get that he does without fail. You insure your furs by using BELL'S MOTH BAGS the modern and up to date method for the preservation and care of fur garments and all kinds of wearing apparel. I llberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists 1.1. ITO, Mgr, LETIIIIKE Kdmonton. fair 22 10 cloudv '40 FORECAST Manitoba aiul and cold today and on Sunday. j today and on Sunday j Sunday higher temperature. j CITY AND DISTRICT. i the prettiest colored film i ever in Lethbridge at the Eureka to-i night. Dr. of Calvary, is in the city today. It is his first visit to _ in twenty years and he Tickets are out for "the Union Con-'-was surprised at the wonderful ad-j cert Band Ball to be held on March! Vances tfce city had made. He I .17th. {es there will be twenty thousand pop- lie ireicfat offices are crowded this I ulation here in three years. morning with incomins: settlers clear- iner their -effects-. CENTS A POUND paid for St-r clean cotton rags at office. i C. Leslie, from Calgary, h-.s Supt. Brownlee is reported in appointed to the staff of the Me- very serious condition at his home in I chanics' Bank here. This mjtves n. Cranb'rook, B. C. j oi five for this bank which The Good. Company have installed! been here since Xov. 1st, l the new Tungsten lights in their' store. Monday, March 15 The Kev. Bathurst Hall will give an illustrated lecture on Travel I St. Augustin's ii Parish Hall SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON i COW 2 lots on Courtland St handles. ALBERT E. IVES, Water and Sewer, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK LOVERS of Candy will find the best and purest here. We make all our own CANDIES and can guarantee the' ingredients ID be perfectly good and fresh. Our efforts to please grow with our busi- ness. Try our candied Fruits, Mixed Candies, Bonbons, etc. RocfiGii's Handy Kitchen! For very best results employ Frank Waddington, auctioneer, 410 Round At 8 o'clock A collection will be made at the door The juvenile orchestra will play selections during the evening. four last chance to see Atlantis and Fisk, the globe jugglers at the Eureka tonight- J. A. JLanniffan, minion Express, is SOME THINGS OVERHEARD Say, wasn't, that fine all the way through? What do you think of that blindfold leap over a chair and onto rtttrk Tin ?lobe? Wasn't that serpentine t lovel-v? Do -vou i couw in the Isolauon hsten to those Musical Pearsons night. Isn't that dog a wonder? That is a dandy show without a doubt. Hospital with scarlet fever. Mrs. A. 3f. Wright, from MadJcine Wriht" Telephone 261. J. A. Palmer, of the firm of C. Johnston Co., Canary, is in the city for a few days. He is a brother-in- law of S. J. Shepherd. Argosy, Allstory and R. R. Man at Sage's today. W. B. Annstronjar of Winnipeg was in the city for two days and bought from Skeith_and Tilley twenty lots in the Puff Addition. Last nieht's Flier from the east brought in a large number of land seekers includine- many Winnipej? peo- ple. Show the man that would not 26c to hear the Musical Pear- at the Eureka. j Express messenger A. Redfern has jbeen transferred to Prison and has (been u after witnessing another of those ex- cellent programs that are always pre- sented at that popular theatre. Commencing next Monday there will be another fine program for the patrons of the Eureka. The Musical Pearsons are staying over Monday and Tuesday by special request. Mr and Mrs. Wm. J. Wells will be an- other strong feature on the bill. On Wednesday night Prof. Wallace anl bis trained Cockatoos will be on the bill, and this promises to be one of the strongest features ever presented to a theatre-going public. I MARIE 1 HALL from Calgary. "NEW YORK EVENING WORLD." Marie Hall Her First Audi- ence "In 10 minutes after the girl began "up here by H. .G-. f-o play everybody was sitting straight and listening intently, "Here _____ __ _ ._ j_nia.t not miss seeing the closing play was no mere pet of royalty, no inju- blin Dan" to- diciously exploited bit of precocity by Tom Marks in ni8ht- ...Chas. Gil! of Iowa City, Iowa. but a fiddler of a 'very high order. Her tone is full and round, her bow. oi j.owa uity, iowa. 4ici wiie is nm ana round, ner bow. [has arrived with two carloads of broad and free, and she herself j tier's effects to be unloaded at Coal-! is transformed as she plays. At- the I dale. He purchased f a farm about i there was a rush of the audience i four and a half miles north-east I the city last fall. i Tom Marks in "Dublin Dan' j the Lyceum tonight. j Mr. Echini Of Keewatin. Ont. ar- rived here yesterday. He and his brother invested here a few weeks ago He likes the appearance of the place so well that be is contemplatinf fur- ther investments. Important to farm about I -______ nt< to the foot of the stage and Hall was recalled time and at C. llatchett who has been his former home at Peterboro other points in the East, returned last night. TV b Miss time Miss corn- Subscription List Closes To-night Plan at Robertson's Book' Store. Open for Mon- day at 10 a.m. Open to general public, Tuesday, at id a.m. PRICES AND MILLINERY OPENINGS Laree numbers of the Lethbridge la- dies came down town on Thursday af- ternoon to attend the millinery open- .insrs. The Misses JUcLeay, Cook jsley and Mrs. Douglas of the. North. Ward held openings on--the same _j The most remarkable feature of this and year's .opening was that many m werTsold. Tie rooms, were en- The Private Dining Rooms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Kestau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. up N. H. MURRAY Prop. Sympathy Expressed At the regular meeting of the West- minster Church Ladies' Aid held in the North Ward parsonage on March 10th, 1909, the following resolution was by Mrs. S. Jones, jr., and seconded by Mrs. the Ladies' Aid of Westminster Church now assem- bled, do hereby extend our heartfelt- sympathy to Mr. -and Mrs. Reding and family, not only in connection with the sad bereavement they have suffered in the loss of their daughter and sister Bertha, but also in the ad- ditional worry caused by the accusa- tion of criminal negligence preferrred against them. We desire to state most emphatically that we believe no wilful negligence .existed, and that perfect harmony and affection prevail- ed in the home. We further plead that all charges preferred against our secretary, Mrs. Reding, and her hus- band be dismissed as speedily sible. Signed Mrs. Francis Jones, president. Mrs. S. E. Jones, Treasurer. Fence and Corral Posts ALL LIVE LUMBER A Car of Lime just received THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridg..-, New Dayton, Magrath City Yard South of ElUion Mills PHONE 225 P.O. BOX 654 r each GOOD TERMS Two Nicely Located Lots London Road R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK For Quick Sale Two River-view Lots at Each Grood Terms L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block sense splendid. very fine, grand" tirely free from the bier merry widow prevailing shades i and Higinbotham's close this even- Plan opens for subscribers at Tuesday at 10 a.m. 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 know of course we handle AXL 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 Telephones 23 and 123 j f I 41 I Waddington, 410 Round St., can you goods required for your home-'1 stead cheapar than any one in the and i city. 410 Round St. ,.__________ Owen Connor, of West Branch Mi- Plan for u.janr has sold his farm there" and s S1tore is. coming to settle in the Lethbridjje'at -H a'm- an? the general public district. He has already bought a: house and lots in the city. j Auctions conducted upon reason-1 able terms on owner's premises or at sales rooms by Frank Waddington. Hugh Scott pays his of- ficial nsit Tuesday nicht. to 3Iacleod: A number of the; brethren -of this city will accompany' him. j "Dublin Dan" played by the peo. pie's Gwn Tom Marks at the Lyceum tanjgnt There is taili of a local amateur niinstrel show. A meeting of those interested is called for tonight at St. Augustin's Hall There have been several amateur performances this sea son. but minstrels are alwavs popular See -Jack, tonight. Your last chance to see this canine bag puncher. conception of both words ind music tto prevailing snacies aud being possessed of a verv melod- ?5d be tius" season the being possessed of a very melod ious voice of good compass. Misses McLeay said: Subscription" "Robertson's otiier shades the taupe. amythest and rose shades take the lead. Blues are one of the favorites earl-v wear. ContrastuiK colors i I iroi-ir frequently are used in the trim- Toilet Paper FLAT, ROUND and SQUARE Best value in the city, qual- ity and number of sheets in package considered. J. J. Johnston Drug-gift -DUALITY QUARTERS- Don't get The idea That In Loosening Up a few Cents more For English Liquid Paint That you Are paying For the Name. You're not. You're Paying for What the Name stands For. Stafford-HgiiEW Co. "If you live out of town write The Dircctcire Poke bonnet and hat I shape continues to be shown in i riety of desiams. j Turlians are shown m all black with j trimmings in a. form of feathers or {aisrrettes. j The jet craze continues practically every material or trimmine effect be- inir developed in some fonn of jet. The hugeness of the crowns has ne- cessitated the use of light, airy ma- terials, seldom if ever a more beau- tiful line of braids and plateaux been on display "than at the present time. Flower hats are: shown one in particular noticed in the violet shades with delicate pink rose buds and vio- let ribbon.'' Among the many new ideas fit- Miss Cooksley's store is the larce turban shapes. Also a number of round hats and a yariety of large shapes. One noticeable, feature is the new large, flat-crown reaching almost to the edge of the brim. One small turban, made entirely of flowers trimmed with touches of pale and ercen foliage, a larjje black mush room hat and a striking brown hatl draped in dwep folds, attracted much attention. Old Rose and Amethyst J were amonjj the many shades shown. Mrs. ,Douglas' parlors were a sur- prise to the ladies of the North Ward and convinced them that anything in the newest and styles could be obtained there. The hats, while displaying the originality of the mill- Mnef, were on the whole similar in, style to those found at the other! parlors. Mrs. Douglas prolonged her opening yesterday and today and it' is said the rooms were never freej from numbers of admiring It's millinery stores keep pace with her strides in other Mrs. Douglas WESTMINSTER ROAD North Has opened up her Spring millinery Ladies should call and be tempted Seme good bargains in Real Estate Yet to be had The C. B. Bowman Igency P.O. BloeK PboieliO 4 1 House Cleaning No doubt you are contemplat- ing HOUSE CLEANING. To assist in making this ar- duous task of easy accom- plishment, we offer you the following: CURTAIN STRETCHERS, IRONfNG BOARDS, CLOTHES HORSES, CLOTHES RACKS, CLOTHES BASKETS, CLOTHES HAMPERS, DOOR MATS (all kinds) CARPET BEATERS CARPET SWEEPERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Corner Dufferin and Round Street P! OUR LETTER BOX. For bargains in City Property or Farm Lands SEE JoHn Acton FOKD STREET Houses 'for rent or sale. Have some good business openings to offer. Above WJng Wah Store Chow's GET W.L WILSON THE AUCTIONEER For Your Next Sale HE GIVES SATISFACTION JUSTICE WANTED Editor Herald, other day you published an outline..; of a statement made to your reporter by Mr. Graham relat-1 ing to his discharge by thie C. P. R. but it has come to my knowledge that owing, to Mr. Graham's modesty fullj justice to him was not done in this j report. When the citizens protested against Mr. Graham's dismissal on account of the stolen hints put out that there were other causes of dissatisfaction. On Mr. Graham's asking for an investigation of any such causes the only one that was brought forth was the fact that he was constantly asking for more .clerks. Since Mr. Graham .turned the of- fice over to the new agent two more clerjks have been employed and there have been shortages in several de- partments caused by errors of in- clerks in one case amount- ing to nearly Now, to cap the climax of incon- sistency the C. P. R. after discharg- ing Mr. Graham because he would not repay the amount stolen out of the safe, are putting the same propo- sition up to the chief clerk and asking him to repay the amount. Yours truly, JUSTICE. l v Roofing We will have a first class outfit and experienced roof- ers prepared to lay this Permanent Roofing on good buildings this spring. Lot us talk over cost with you Boyd, fioode ft Go, 5, Bryan Block i section, raw, will handle. 3 food cbte in, ench. 3 choice eectioiu on crop payment plan W, R, DOBBIN A CO. ;