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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta nmsr JOB MINTING AT THE: HERALD The Lethbridge Doily Herald Just Received TWO CARS OF Nails and Barb THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash I Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Wall Papers Poultry Pan-a-ce-t Pays the Grocery Bills One user of Dr. Hess Poul- try Pan-a-cc-a said: "Our hens last yeUr. while feeding Dr. Hess PouL 1ry Pan-a-ce-a paid for the extra feed that was bought them, having raised no corn to speak of. bought all of our grocer- ies and nearly all of the other household ne- cessities, and part of the food for the stock." will sruaran- DR. HESS Poultry Pan-a-ce-a to pay for itself many times over in increased egg produc- tion, besides curing poultry dis- eases. It is sold on a written guarantee. 1% Ibs, 25c; 5 Ibs. 60c Instant Louse Kilhr Kills Lice It is a powder put up in round can? with perforated top. con- venient for sprinkling into the feathers, nests, etc. For sale bv 0, Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. THE PLACE TO STAY Tie! ii iitiintti hi iM liUil IBTf I Room Mouldings To salt all rooms Store closes at 6.30 p.m. N'5 BDDX STOKE let of Uiioi 251 nU for Underwood Typewriters. Dependence I can be put in every article bought from immense lines of. drugs and druggists sundries, becaus'e only goods are offered that, are of a kuo-vm class and value. The selection "is large and the price right. You can-depend on Prescription Specialise lira, IT- CITY AND DISTRICT C, E. Erundow is seriously ill in the Hospital, E JBlythe sot the usual for being; drunk and disorderly Utst night. Free! shamrocks, at McKelvie and McGuire's. Thomas Black, a well known, busi- ngs mao. -if Winnipeg, is in the city. Herbert Swley has returned from his trip to California accompanied by his brother J. j Your last chance tonight to see Theo Lorch and his excellent com- pany in "The Lieutenant and the Cowboy." The Minstrel Club will hold a meeting at 9 p.m. tonight in St. Au- (rustin's and hold an initial practice. The superintendent of parks and boulevards. assumed his duties yester- j day. Don't fail to see the cockatoos to morrow, as they wilt be exhibited in one of the store windows. Miss Isabel Jackson of Montreal i 1113 the city on a short, visit to h brother, E. S. Jackson. A telegram from Medicine Hat re carding- the Marie Hall Recital says "A crowded house and the finest trea ever heard here." Mr. and Mrs. Wells will please you extremely at the Eureka. The local management' of the Marie The Store of Quality Yes Phone 21 if you want anything in the Grocery Line Phone 21 gives complete satisfaction. G. CO. Only OHIO! Grocery Store ii City For a full line of the best variftu's of nuiiH'd such as SALMON, SARDINES, KIPPERED FINNAN HAD- OYSTERS, LOBSTERS, SHRIMPS, CLAMS, etc., for Lenten Season Go To THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 UP-TO-DATE GROCERIES UP-TO-DATE GROCERS THE WEATHER. Calgary, foffgy................... 36 22 Edmonton, cloudy 32 24 fogjjy 45 19 Medicine Hat." clear 38 20 fine" and cold V.'ednesday fine aad nigher tempera- tures. The Private Diniug Rooms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Kestau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc up -Meals from 2oc. ap N. R MURRAY Prop. SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY PROMPT DELIVERY J Best residence location in Lethbridge, 2 lots, corner Ashmead and Bompas St. water and sew- er, easy terms. I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 THE THEO. LQRCH STOCK CO. CITY AND DISTRICT. Theo Lorch in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" has no Post. Frank Waddington .held a very suc- cessful horse sale on Saturday last.. The three scoldings seized by the cus- toms the primary draw but fol- lowing on the sale of these, other en- tries of horses were made and several disposed oi a.t figures. Tonight, "The Lieutenant and the Hon. Anjrus 3IacDonnell, who has Last night and again tonight at the Lyceum, the Theo. Lorch Stock Co. present "The Lieutenant and .the a high-class- drama pictur- ing western life of twenty years, ago. The cast is a stronger "one .than either the Tom Marks Co. or the mers" Stock Go., Individually and col- lectively, and the class of 'pfciys put on by this company is away "above the -plays presented by the aforemen- tioned stock companies. A-feature is the high class of the lady perform- They are decidedly artistic, in their part of the performance, easv, free and graceful, and they speak jn a clear natural tone of voice, this last several weeks visiting his home j characteristic being particularly no- n Scotland and in Ottawa with'- his! ticeable. Grey, the Governor-Gener-{ Theo. Lorch himself, while prob- J, J. VuJIance recently appointed city sanitary inspector, arrived here on Saturday from Wurriipejr and com- menced work yesterday. Hall.-Co; request ticket holders to be m their seats by 8.15 as no one can be adm'lteu during the erivinjr of number. The regular meetinjr of the -Fort- nightly Club will be held at the resi- dence of the Misses Bruce; Redpath St.. on. Tuesday evening; March 16, at 8 o'clock- 79-2 The supply teacher for the Garbutt Business College will arrive from Cal- srary tonight and the classes will re- sume tomorrow morrumj. Your last chance to hear th.e Musi cal Pearsons at the Eureka tonight. Commercial.travellers are numerous in the city these days. Every one of them says that in. Leth- bridge is flourishing and thei omjlrt to know. Don't forget the Auction Sale at Palmer's, 8 miles s.e. of Lethbrliiee, on-Thursday, March 18th: See 79-3 A macic lantern exhit.iition was .giv- eh last nipht m St. A.mrustin's hall. One of the most interesting features of -the programme was the music of the juvenile orchestra. Any seat In the house for 25c, andj.-1" "vvi the show runs I 3-4 hours at the Eu-l branded A reka. a I, returned to Lethbridge .vesterday. He is accompanied, by a friend, ilr.. Ajrne'w, who will probably locate .in this district.. Remember, Wednesday and Thurs- day nights, "Dr." .Jekyll and Mr. at the Lyceum. is -drawn to the advertise meat of the auction horses at the city xnarket corrals on Saturday afternoon next. It is the j.rttention of the market master to hold a week- ly sale of all live stock, and. this should prove to be a. sreat advantage to the buying and selling public. All readyrseveral sood entries are to hand. Tomorrow night at the Lyceum, the dramatization of Robert Louts Ste- venson's world-wide masterpiece, "Dr. Jekyll and- Mr. Hyde." Seats now on sale. HUNT-ROSS-At 'The Bay ruond, Alta., the residence of Rev. J, -J. Cameron, M.A., L..L.B., by. the Rev. J. J. Baker, M.A., James Ed- wiu Hunt. Esq., to .Jean .Elizabeth: .Ross, formerly of Toronto. ably the strongest of the gentlemen members of the company, is .support- ed by an exceptionally able group of actors. Mr. Lorch, made himself very popular with Lethbridjreites 'last night, .and, when in his between-act announcement, he stated the com- pany would be .in the city two weeks, there was an enthusiastic" burst of ap- plause. The, play- presented is typical of western life as it really was 20.years ago, and while there ".are numerous exciting climaxes, it is not of the "blood and thunder type." Theatre, goers of Letli bridge who enjoy a.reallv good drama should.'see the repetition of last night's play tonight. and 'Thursday Ste- venson's famous tragedy, "Dr. Jekyll..and Mr, be pre- sented. .Special scenery, -electrical effects, etc., will features. The'i writer feels "judging from last night's production, that this com- pany be able to "stage this great tragedy in a manner equal to the high standard of the play itself. MARIE HALL Concert Recital The World's Greatest Violiniste LONIt BASCHE Solo. Pianiste and Ac- companist HAROLD BEALEY Baritone IN Knox Church WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17th Plan at. Robertson's Book y V Now open to the -public J FOR Fence Posts ALL LI VIS LUMBER Lime, Fibre, Cement, Always in Stock J THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethfaridgc, New Dayton, Magrath City Yard South of'ElHson Mi'is PHONE 225 p.o. BOX 654 ir each GOOD 'TEEMS Two Nicely Located Lots London Road R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK FOR new buggy and harness for sale, cheap. "Apply Box 354, City. 80-6 FOE lots and small house on Bartlett St.; on street; cash. Apply to Own- er. J. Rundle, Box 700 or phone 238. young man to do a porter s work around drug store. Ap- i 3ly Higinbothamjs Drug Store, be-1 tween 6.30 and 7.30. this evening. 80-1 i LIBERAL MEETIN0 In interests of the candidata re, of I -have only three .North "-Ward lots..leJEt at EACH i, Tbal 4 and 8 These lots wiirbe on the water main this season. TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdonald Block .will be held in eka. The -following is article six of the REWARD One black mare with bay horse colt. it side. One buckskin mare with j he end .of: one .ear .clipped" off rackskin horse colt at side. One bay sony mare branded lazy five on left and blotch brand, -on left shoulder, of these mares and colts are on left shoulder. I will pay per Ivead for these horses miles I OUVER'S HALL, MARCH 18 j. ia article SIX. OI tnC I -ircau contract ior the Marie Hall con-! at farm-4> cert: The parties of the east of Lethbridge. A. J. Sl'ROrJG. Lethbridge. cert: The parties of the second'; part ac-ree to enforce perfect silence j and to allow no one to enter or'leave j the auditorium during the" perform- j ance of any number." i St. Patrick's Day, and the Wearing j of the Green. Button and bow to be worn on this day can be had free off charge at Keel's store, Oliver Block. G. H. ST. Connell, chief eneineer for; the Alberta Railway, Irrigation Company, left the eud'.-of last week Mr. Connell is to married .to Miss Helen Hunt of Ha i'ax on Wednesday of next week: Don't forget the Auction Sale a I 8 miles s.e. of Lethbridge on Thursday, Match 18th, See pest M3 Speeches will be Given by OUR DOORS ARE NOT BLINDS to work off a lot of poor lumber They made of selected boards, put to- gether aa a first-class carpenter put them. You know of course we handle OF MILL WORK But you cannot know till you try them, how jrell made are our doors, saahes, etc. They are as good as the beat hand-made, while they cost you only a fraction of hand-made pricef, Think it over. 23 123 Feb. m Exeter England, to' Mr. and Mrs. Ai E of Xtthbridjje, FLAT, ROUND and 3QUARE Best value in the city, qual- ity and number "of in package considered. J. J. Johnston -QUALITY Don't get TbtldM That in Up a few Conts more For English W. C Simmons, ex-M.P.P. the Candidate Paint That you Are paying For the Name, You're not. Paying for What the Name stands For. If you live out of town write Opposition Speakers Invited CHAlfe TAKEN AT 8 P.M, GOD SAVE THE KWG New Millinery Every woman can be exactly suited from our comprehensive showing of Spring Hats. The display is especially notable from the- fact that every model from the hands of artistic trim- mers. We display everv npw style and shape to- ward which spring fash- ions lean. There is a hat for every face and to de- light every, fancy. "We iu- vite your inspection. L. JMcLEAY House Cleaning No doubt you aVe contemplat- ing HOUSE CLEANING. To assist you iu making this ar- duous task of easy accom-" plishmeiit, we offer you the following; CURTAIN STRETCHERS, IRONING BOARDS, CLOTHES HORSES, CLOTHES RACKS, CLOTHES BASKETS, CLOTHES HAMPERS, DOOR MAJS (all kinds) CARPET BEATERS CARPET SWEEPERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Corner Dufferin and Round Street.-.'. Quarter Sectioa from Town, 30 acres iap' wheat, all good land, small cash- payment, balance crop paymenL. Capital fM.OOOJ Surplus, J (Offices ShenjgrH Rlackl) V. S. Shepard, Managsr. Agents Vif innipeg Fire n- surance :Co." Some good bargains n Real Estate 1 MOVING PlCTURt'5 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, 1. Mountain Mystery 3. Mutic and Poetry 4. Doable Suicide eio Her Pictare on the Wall" l..Prof. Wullaco and his trained Cockatoos 2. Mrs; W. J in theiTHucceMfal play "The man who wore the blue" 3, Pearsons in a musical dutch comedy. Yet to be had The C. J. Bowman LOVERS of tandy will find the best and purest here. We make all our own cAtbiES guarantee the to fMd and frtth. Our pUflM with nwt. Try cimditd Trultti Mixad j ate. tocfeu'i Iw.) lltckn Don't Throw Away Good garments "because soiled, stained or faded. dHftve them made to look like new at the CITY DYE WORKS Telephone 363 wffl handlo, 3 food lots ia, 3 cKoko atctiona oncrop W. R. DOBBIN CO. IVww 122 po.juieeitpUn ;