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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOi HUNTING AT CRAL-D THe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PtACE TO STAY IhH it Litkbriejt ii tli IIUII NTf Just Received TWO CARS OF Nails and Barb ii Wire TWIT HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 Blue Stone Formaldehyde or Formalin Thf jrrt-at .smut preventativ- cs. Higinbothain carries a larjre of these and is ready to fill any order great or small at short notice. We carry only the highest test drugs and you are sure to'get the best results if you buy your supplies at J, OJigintiotaSCfl.ltil Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. The Store of Quality Hello! Number? 21 please Yes Phone 21 if you want anything in the Grocery Line CIIY AND DISTRICT Wnj. McLeod was aiveii five months lor vasrancy this Jacob Shultz called at the Police Station and claimed the xvatch that as advertised in the Herald. Entire change tonight at the Eureka Phoue 21 gives complete satisfaction. G. BRADBEER CB. Oil; IIIIOI Erocsrj itm Ii City The Red Feather On a can of fruit, vegetables salmon is of ihe vrry quality that can bo obtained in the- of canned iro-xls. ;il- ways carry n full line of I RED FEATHER coodit ii; stock. Fresh fruit and vegetable arriving daily. THE GOOD CO. PHONE UP-TO-DATE GROCERIES PROMPT 98 Now in our store on Round Strett DELIVERY WaD Papers Burlaps Room Mouldings To suit all rooms Store closes at 6.30 p.m. v Mann BOOK STORE j t 1st INT lest if UBIOB imk I e- 25J T Agents for Underwood e> Miss Margaret dates Jw I C.. js visitmir Mrs. E. Smith St. I W. R. Virtue commenced' excava- i tioii "work'on the Bowman-.Johnston block today. .V car load of settlers' effects went to Milk River this Another was hilled to Mugratii. Wednesday night that worrd's fam- icus Jekyll Mr. j at the Lyceum. Dr. W. J. Roddy or Vancouver, B. C.. is in ihe citv sending1 the day Ur. J. .Rusk. i All the clashes in physical culture at the V. M. C. gymnasium have j been called off for the season. i Prof. Wallace and his Australian j cockatoos, featuring many different i stunts, at the Eureka. Tlie plan for the Marie Hall recital j TC-US opened tcxiay to subscribers. The I seats are selling well. The plaji to ihe public tomorrow. Louis Kygcr. of Williston. X. D.. THE WEATHER. C'aisary, clear .......10 40 12 j cloudy .20 42 151 Bulletin From Central Office j Some lierht scattered snow, falls orj flurries have occurred in Alberta and Saskatchewan. In Alberta the wea- ther ha? been mild, but in Saskatche- wan and Manitoba fair and cold. Forecast: Fair and cold today and B. I on Tuesday. IJa.vIl, ofj DON'T MISS Theodore Lorch And his excellent company at THE LYCEUM In "The lieutenant and the Cowboy" TICKETS 25c., 50c., 75c. SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON COW Best residence location in Lethbridge, 2 lots, corner 11 Ashmead and Bompas St. water and sew- er, easy terms. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 FOR Fence Posts ALL LIVE LUMBER Lime, Wood Fibre, Cement, Always in Stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. New Dayton, Magrath City Yard South of Ellison Mills PHONE 225 P.O.BOX 654 CiTY AND DISTRICT The violin used by Miss Marie Hail is a very old Stra-divarius and cost two hundred pounds English money. Tier first violin was presented to bv the people of Bristol, who Collieries. Caledonians. Banks, and hpr rroniuc i Sons of Kueland. In the case of a CITY AND DISTRICT. A movement is on foot amonsjst in the city to organize a City Football .League, and amongst the teams likely to enter are the Roy- up for about six weeks Hospital, has recovered Dependence! can be put in eveiy anicle bought from our immense lines of drugs and druggists sundries, because only goods are offered that are of a known class and value. The selection is-large and the price right. You can depend on this. and Book Co, Prescription I. I.IIWff, LETIIIIICf who was j in the I is about See the Musical fjearsons. in an-en tire change tonight. Good Dutc comedy at the Eureka. C. brother-in-law of J'. Turpin. has arrived in the city t take up the position of accountant i the Imperial Bank, which is openin I hen1 this week. j The Garbutt Business College ha j no session this morning the Prin icipa' has ar, attack of typhoid fever A substitute from Calvary is expect ed tomorrow. Wonderful, marvelous performing cockatoos at the Eureka. The Imperial Bank's local branch will be open for business at the end. her jreniup. j of Krurland Theo' Lorch and his excellent com. j dismct league beinsr formed, pany at the Lyceum tonight. woula be picked irom the different The Sunnv Belt Elevator Co. of to represent I.ethbridjje WthbrWw have staked out a site. at 8 p.m. west of that of the Alberta Pacific j str J" ?k 1 Klevator and will build an elevator'' ,tfv' l aescilP" in Gleiehen this summer.-GIeichen1 O1 tfae j o! rerorraiuir drunkards. It shows actual work of reformation tak- Jack Momson not havine conic ine place. The drunkard's home and tnrouch fast enouarh with his the Christian's home are vividiy ment to manacre the Edmocton Base- brought before our notice. The con- ball team, the'fans of the capital are trast is in the extreme of misery and alter "Home Run" Adams of Los An-I happiness: 'This demonstration also wno nlayed. m the Edmonton, introduces new vocal and itistrumefi- m 1906 and 1907. tal features. Be sure you come. Ad- "The Lieutenant and The mission twenty-fire cents. at the Lyceum tonight. the the WORKINGMEN'S MEETING On Tuesday evening. March 16th, of the week. j the manager coiuitant. W. R. Seatte wiU be and J. C. Wedd, ac Dramatic event of the season opers J. Bradsbaw. manager of the Wm. Head Co.. is the latest business man to- join the bunch whose homes axe rruarantined. W. 1C. Burnham, who rs from a colder climate .to grams 'presented, strong here and find mud.- It was a sien of j comedy, .and cxpusical pring to sec a farmer haulinV a Mr. and ;Mrs. W. J. .Wells pre v purchased seed drill treet through the mixf. doXvn the) playlet Wore; the plot.. ;rwith tonight at the Lyceum. Jos. Oarry was arrested Saturda% ni-rht for breaking a window Ln of the hotels He was fined and costs this morning-. G. Itobertson ami W. ,r. twp youner lawyers, from have opened up n law office in the Custom House Block, in Cardston ...Mrs. Barker, wife of E. N. Barker Cardston, dird at Hadson, X. Y.r last week. Mr. I. J. Guo, at Wrfcht's jewelry store., nas just -returned to the city from takinsr a post graduate course in eye testing. Mr. and Mrs. Wells, in their suc- cessfu play, 'The Boy Who Wore the at the Eureka. The city council of Moose Jaw at their last meeting decided to pay the mayor a salary Of one thousand dol- lars a year.. Get your seats booked early at ihe Lyceum box office. Open- all day. i--t'-T'-' i -r The Arrow Lake church .diinnjr our recent be- j Lincoln cursion left today for Se land Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Prof ruit, lands. There were about twen- ty in the party.: The retrular meeting of the Port- nigbtly Club will be held at the resi- lence of the JMisses Bruce. Redpafh St.. on Tuesday evening. March 16, at 8 o'clock. 79 2 Popular prices at the Lyceum' fo- and 75c. Mr. and Mrs. JFJuc-h Donnan of Nel- .on, B. C., are in the city on theii way home from Chicajro, where CO spent, several months visitin Mrs. Donuan's people. In order to make room for spring tfllrinor AU. in the settlements' north of Lethbndge considerable spring work has been done the post few weeks. Homer .Lyons has 100 acres of spring wheat sown this spring. Last week farmers jaear Sundial were busy disking. SUCCESS OF A SUCCESSFUL BUILDER GOOD MATERIAL But first of all there is GOOD HARDWARE "We Lave it We have it at the price. lit is our business to see that" yon get it at the right price. i If you have not time to call in and examine it. take a look at our Show Window. The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd. Corner Dufferin and Round Street r Don t forget the Auctfon Sale at Palrner's, 8 mibs s.e. of Lethbridge, on Thursday, March 18th. See pcst- 793 laughter, pathos; rh'usic and song. The CARD OF THANKS hereby desire to express our ap- of the kindness and., sym- pathy extended to -as by friends and- espfoiaUy the West-j to-ifinish: also oresentine .the seconc Musical. Pearsons. cliance. -a sketch, which 'is-, a.'-scream in .an entire Dutch comedv Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rwl- 79-1 Don't get Tht idta _ flwt in cockatoos feature, wonderful; birds delierht the and astound the old. featur- Wallace and his .trained will also another These; VOUUff OUR DOORS ARE NOT BLINDS to work off a lot of poorjumber. They are jnade of selected boards, put to- gether as a first-class carpenter would put them. You know of course we handle ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK Bat you cannot know till try them; how well made are our doors, etc. They arc as good as the best hand-made, while" they cost you tmly a fraction of hand-made think it over. stock taking Wright, the jeweler, 10 days only, will sell his stock of cu glass and china at 25 per cent, off This includes "the Libbeys' glass ant ths Pickards' china, world's bast makers, in which he is sole agtnt. Lumber Company Ld 23 123 Paper FLAT, ROUND SQUARE Best value in "the city, qual- ity and number of sheets in package considered. 4- J, Johnston Drafffiit -QUALITY Up a few Cents more For English Liquid Paint That you Are pay ing For the You're not. You're Paying for What the Name For. per gal. "If you live ottt of town ing the following j hinds, kissing. discharging ;gunj telling time of day. ride, craving, :bar i bombardment of the cas- i MO. mathematician, wondpr- I M cockatoo. All 'this in connection with.two excellent I of motion pictures, makes it one of thf ffrandest programs'.ever, pre- sented in the city. CawMates Are btfaeFwiil (Continued- from front Page.} I'incher Creek. Warnock, Lib.- E. J. Mitchell. Con Ponoka, W. A. Compbell. Lib.; J. A. Jackson, Con. Red Deer, J. T. Moore, Lib.; E. Michener, Ind. St. Albert, J. Boudreau, Lib.; W. Garchis, Con. Stoney Plains, J. McPherson, J. H. McKinley, Con. Stettler, Shaw, Lib.; J. K. Creiphton, Con. vStrathcona., Hon. A. C. Rutherford. Lib. ;-Sheppard Rice, Ind. Sturgeon, J. Boyle, Lib. (acclama- VegrevJlle, X; B. Holden. Lib.: P. Vf. Erne, Con. Vermillion, A. Campbell, Lib.; Rev. V. R. Aldridge, Con. Victoria, F." A. Walker, Lib. (accla- mation) C. H. Olin, Lib.; J. Anderson, Ind, A RARE OPPORTUNITY _ Not only is there .a. wonderful treat m store for all .lovers of music in the recital to be given on. St. Patrick's nightly Marie HaU. ackuow ledffed to be one. of the. world's best yioiimstes. but there is- a duty rest- ing.-on; all .'citizens-of-.tethbridge-to see. that there, is an overflpwino- audi- ence to hear her. Artists .of this rank seldom visit us, and if" for' no other reason than civic pride we should shojw that .we know .enoudi to appre- chance. ,ot. listening- to something well worth while when that chance comes to, .Miss -Loriie piajtfste; .and Mr. Har- worthy company with Miss .vrill indeed be a rare treat. each GOOD TEEMS Two Nicely Located London Road R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK .room girl wanted Apply Windsor Hotel" 79.9 SCRIP TOR; SALE-Have one South African .Scrip- for sale at im- mediate delivery. This is a bareain Herald: furnished bedroom M once, by .young: gentleman; musfc ba .close m; :state terms. Apply E Herald OfSce. 79-2 For Quick Sale Two Riverview Lots at Each Good Terms L.S.RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Nacdonild Block Quarter Section 9 miles ironi acres fall-'wheat, all go.d land, small casli payment, balance payment. Standard land Co. Ltd. Capital Surplus, (Offices Shepard Block.) Y. S. Shepard, Manager. Agents Winnipeg Fire In-' suraoce Co. First-class louse painter wanted. Brown. 24, Ave.; Phone N< "79-1 THEODORE LORCH CO. 1 The Theodore Lorchi-' Co. that opens t at tlie Lyceum tonight comes with volumes of praise .irorn the press and i public from the principal cities c.f Mr. Brown takes greft pleasure in recommending this com- pacy, as-the-best-attraction vet seen 'at'the Lyceum. Theodore" Sqme.good'bargains in Real Estate Yet to be had Tke C.B. Bowman Igeoqf I P.B. llNk _ 1 Chatham incubator, 1 me iiieoaore jjorcn Drooder. almost neiv; also one .White stands-without a serious rival todav -in: of Richard "Dr: Jekyll and machine, cost almost new Box 10, Herald Office. 79-6 Turner St., ward, one six-roomed house; table ami chicken housee: rsnt .cthbndge Post Office. 79.6 j field's masterpiece. iMr. and is _ generally recog- North riized. throughout, the United States also; as one of foremost stock for -leading men. The repertoire of plays j one of rtiv !jf! pft'sen-ted by Lorch and Lyceum. company are among the standard classic dramas of the age. and ap- peal stronjrly to thinking people. To- lijrht Mr. Lorch will present his own dramatic success, "The Lieutenant and the a play written especially for him, and for which he carries a complete scenic and elec- trical production. Introductory PTANO FOR a bargain; cash and monthly instalments to right person. Address-Box N, Herald. general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. J. J. cor. Glyn and Bompas-Sts. 79.0 of MOVING (PICTURES, r ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS Notice is hereby'.'given that Clares- holm S.'D. No. 764 of. Claresholm, AHa.. contemplates the erection of an addition to their present school build- ing at an approximate cost of and require architects' -plans and ser- vices for the same, including sys-i tern of boating ventilation. Plans may be submitted on or .before the' 20th day of April, 1900 to the secw-j tary. H. W. Brownlw, Claresholm, I Alta. 794! 1. Groldstcin'g Luck 2. Burglar and Old Maid 3. SAMSON A beautiful colored film. "Hello, Alright, Good Bye'! Pricti I5c and 2fe, 1. The Musical Master Musicians 2, Atlantis and Novelty Globe 3. Champion Bag Puncher of the Canine World action, raw, will 3 fooJ loU cloot in, 3 action, on crop pUn W.rt DOBBIN eV CO. Pbooo 122 ;