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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, March 10, __y f Page 5 HUDSON'S BAY CO. AVc luivo now open i'or your inspection the fullest and best range of directly imported Dress (joods in Southern Alberta. Do you know that tins means a saving in the elimination of middle wholesaler's prol'it and travellers expenses, to say nothing of the advantage of a direct Freight rile here. Only one condition, however, we must make the the turnover to keep this up, so we have marked these original and exclusive desio-j-g and weaves down to close1 prices. Black and Colored Dress Goods "Black Silk Lustre, fine niesh and silky finish, 44 inches in width, 60 and 85c; 54 inches wide. per yard Black and Colored All Wool Panama Cloth in the newest shades, 44 inches wide................ per yard Xavy Blue Serges, all S5o anil yard 44 inches wide. A special line in All Wool Cream Serges for summer coats, and suits, inches and per yil. A good range of White Piqud and 27 inches wide, per yard ....................................20c White spotted and striped Muslins for dresses, 27 in. from per yard. NECK RUCHINGS 5 Frills in box for................................25c Pink, Cream. Blue, Ecru and white. In White only, 2 boxes for 25c.' 4 Frills in each box. LADIES' READY TO WEAR Royal Worsted make, 19 in. back, made in co n til and batiste: Princess hip and hose support- ers. Prices........'. and CHILDREN'S DRESSES In Nainsooks. Lawns, fro in 1 to 5 years, trimmed with em- broidery and lace; prices............... to LADIES' SUMMER DRESSING JACKETS'- Made from fine Lawn, trimmed with handkerchief collar and cuffs; LADIES' WAISTS in Linens. Lawns. A7esiings and Ginghams, strictly tailored shirt waists: and We Have Just Received Our Spring Shipment of Men's Shirts Men's Chambray shirts in blue. iiToeii and brown, collars to match Cent's Cambric shirts in brown green and blue Gent's blue striped shirts in various Gent's blue, green, pleated shirts in great, variety from Gent's colored print shirts in stripes and plain colors 1.75 Gent's outing shirts iu blue and light brown ch a ml) ray with re- versable collars........... Gent's Outing shirts made from fancy shirting with silk patterns, reversable collars Men's Negligee shirrs in strip- ed patterns with reversible collar Our special Kharki Drill shirts are showing a full range of this shirt in sizes 15 to 17 1-2. This shirt is extra roomy about the body with long sleeves, two pock- ets and sewn with Irish linen price A cheaper shirt made just the Shoe Department Style No. Vici shoes, Pat tip, Blucher cut. exten- sion sole. Welted, Style Xo. YHern- e-ail shoes. Blucher cut, extension sole. Welted, Style Xo. tan calf shoes. Hluclior cut. extension sole. Welted, Style Xo. All pat- ent Oxfords, niuchcr cnt. price. Style Xo. Patent Oxfords. Blucher cut. no tip, turn sole, T I I (Mil Oxfords. Blucher cut. welted, price................... AH the newest Designs in Footwear for the coining season MIMI'S Box Calf shoes. Blucher cm. extension soles, welted. Men's Yelonr Calf shoes, .Blu- cher cut. welted, price's Vici TV id shoes. Blucher cut. welted, price Men's Calf Tan shoes. Blucher cut. welted, price Men's AH Parent Oxfords. Blu- cher cut. price Men's Yelour Calf Oxfords. Bin cher cut, price Men's Tan Calf Oxfords, Bin- he r cut. price acrosse. ennis. ymnasum and Football shoes in hiru'e var- iet. HUDSON'S BAY CO. Phone 613 BUSINESS LOCALS Remember you won't regret your and -money if you a peep in at tin.' Lyceum. An American Girl, the success of two continents, contains more good laughs than a comedies. At the Majestic tonight. That program- at the Lyceum this is a by everybody to be the best ever seen on the local stage. Kntire chancy of pictures tonight at the Eureka.- Three- acts vaude- ville. We want every man and woman in Lethbridgc to call at our store on March 17th and get a Shamrock free. McKelvie McGuirc. There was not standing room at the -Eureka last night. That's the kind of show Al. has this week. Come early tonight and get a Sham rock with your ticket at the Eureka. Just two more nights for chances .on the diamond ring at the Eureka. I Get busy. See the ring ai Wright's store. The play that started all Calgary talking, An American Girl, at the Majestc tonight.. Discon, clerk with the original Discon Transfer Co. of this city is prepared to do all kinds of light draying and transferring promptly, promptly. He is also prepared to sup- ply baled hay-and oats in any quan- tity. Address Baroness Hoad. bridge, or Phone 1298. The regular glance, of the Carnation Club is changed from March 22nd to St. Patrick's Night, the 17th. Each, lady member is requested to bring a box i of lunch for two people. A real old Irish dance is anticipated. The habit of using hashish prevails extensively in'the East, where it en- ters to some extent into of medicine. The juice of the plant contains narcotic properties and ex- udes from it in the form of resinous matter. Whether taken as a beverage, "with confections, or smoked, it has a markedisiimulating influence. You will find that by dealing with the Citizens Lumber Company Limited, the lowi prices and high, quality of material obtained will give a stimu- lating effect. LOCAL BUDGET Miss Loretta Todd returned to Great Falls to attend school. The Carnation Club -dance will he held tomorrow (Thursday) night in place of Tuesday. March 22nd. The regular initiation of the Cale- donian Society will he postponed un- til Thursday, March W. R. Dohbin sold his Raley farm today for He. also sold worth of city real This should indicate that money is coming into the cit-v. FUNERAL OF MRS. WLILETTS The funeral of the late Mrs. Willetts who died on Sunday, March 13, 1910. was held .Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. from the residence of her son-in-law, .las. Bolton, to St. Augustin's church, thence to the Anglican cemetery. The pall bearers were H. Fleetwood, C. B. Bowman, Geo. H. Johnston, G. Robinson, E. J. Cooke and Wra. In- gram. A number of beautful floral offerings sent by .Mr. and Mrs. Fleetwood, Geo. McLean, R. Culbert- son, S. G. Jones, .1. Cook, H. Nicholson, and M. Dennison, also a large wreath of "gates ajar" from the family. T. S. Fetterley had charge of the funeral arrangements. CARD OF THANKS. Mrs. Wlliara Kerr wishes to express her gratitude for the sympathy shown her by her many friends during her Irecertt bereavement, and also to ac- "the following floral tributes jSpray, Mrs. William Stafford; wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson; spray, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kerr; I. 0. 0. F: em- blem, Three Links, Lethbridge Lodge: No. 2; spray, mother and sister; spray. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr; wreath, fel- low workmen of the city power plant; anchor, W. F. Buchau and J. C. Brown, spray, Mr. and Mrs. H. Scott; cross. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Case and Mr. H. Withers; spray, Mrs. Hyssop; cross, Mr. and Mrs. Van Home and Mrs. Hal- liday; spray, Miss E. M. Gourlay; wreath, Mr. and Mrs. A. Reid; spray Mr. and Mrs. Cane; cross, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kelley, Spring Coulee; spray, Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott; wreath. Mr. D. Conn and Max Donaldson; jispray, Mr. and Clark; spray, Mr sand Mrs. Robert spray, Mr. and 11Mrs. Carter; spniy, Mrs. .Tas. Priro. Y our I LEGS AM) ANKLES Health IJUnickiy Cured by D.D.I) Mr. I. Corns. 2! street. To ronto, writes of his experience with D M. D.: "I was a su'feror for about two year with eczema nn the and ankles, i tried three or four fiifferent doctor land none of tnem did mo any good. T 'then went to a skin specialist and he w'as no j "1 happened to c your ad. and an jvery thankful I did. sent for a snm jple and it did me so much pone" jl sent for a bottle, also a cake o' jsoap. That is all I used and am per- fectly well, and I don't think it re jturn. I have advised several !to use i; and the have been the isame." Kvcn if you've tried a scare 01 rem jcdies without if and specialists failed 10 help D: will relieve that, itching torment at once, and will cure vou. Just sivc it a chance and D. H. D. will do for you what we know jr has done for many. Johnston and Jackson, drug I gists. For free trial bottle write to the T> laboratories. Department L If, Jordan street, Toronto. an Happi- ness DEPEND A LOT ON THE KIND OF EOOI) YOU EAT We might just mention a few words about the goods we handle, hi the first our buyer has had years of experience in the best gro- cery stores In Canada, and is fully conversant with all ihe best grades of goods in our line of business. He is also well posted at all times with the market prices on the different lines of goods, thereby you are assur- red of getting your goods at ihe lowest, possible prices Everything we handle be- fore it is placed in stock is thoroughly tested as lo qual- ity, thus insuring you only the best of everything. Most of our fruits and veg- etables are bought direct from the growers, and in most cases we get these goods in car lots. The fruit you buy from us is always of the finest quality. We spare no pains in look- ing after this department very carefully and always carry goods in and out of sea- son. We have just re- cei ved a 1 arge stock- of Fresh Goods and are receiving more daily. AT THE THEATRES GOOD SHOW AT THE EUREKA Big Hit By Farrell, Langford The Great Harney Anbry Operator FaiTell, Langford and Co. made lade a tremendously iblg hit 'at Che ureka Theatre -ilonday night tin leir sketc'h enisled "The Lawbrtak- stage settings were exceed- igly elaborate and made Slie stage ook like che -typical western tavern it was supposed to represent, 'lie acting .on -the para of the two eritlemen and the la'dy was of ex- eptionaJ merit. The act was i'01'tli the -price oi admissiono alone. Harney, 'the "rag time coon" who uacle -such u hit on 'his former ap- pearance here was iback ag'ain for a. or the week -and was funnier than ever, in facifi after -repeated ponses to encores the audience kept up such a roar of applause tihat the picture operator with rather bad ;race had -to pull off his reel and live Harney another chance to ap- pear. The third act on Die bill is a sou- areue -who sings a number of -songs and gives a. number of tions ol irislMnen. The moving pictures were of ;noiv than average interest and included a. series on the manufacture of rails giving -all the various from one ore to tihe finish >d ro- duce. Last Great Metropolis of North America A MARVEL The beautiful Musical Act at the Ly- ceum The .Musical Bensons are without a time, im- asi ning that Phil is we think La Toska or Jhil is :iere with tut1 jtoods anyway wliether Iiis ir.jre is Phil or Joe.. Let us recaptitulate a few of vthe condtions in regard to Fort George which are destined to make it a great city. Fort George is nearly at the geo- graphical centre or British Columbia it lies actually somewhat to the south of the centre. Fort George is on the main line of rthe Grand Trunk Pacific, half way; be- tween Edmonton and Prince Rupert. The situation of Fort George is such that it will be the largest city on the Grand Trunk Pacific between Ed- monton and Prince Rupert. Fort George is on the route that will open up the Peace River coun- try; and the terminus of the railway. for which a charter has just been" granted at Ottawa from Edmonton through the Pine- River Pass. Fort George is on the terminus or on the line of six other lines of rail- way building or projected. Fort 'George commands the river navigation of Central British Colum- bia; it is the point where the Nechaeo with its tributaries meets the Fraser. Fort George is headquarters for steamboats navigating one thousand miles of waterways at the present time. Fort George is the centre and dis- tributing 'point for Central "British" Columbia and its central geo-' graphical location and strategic situ-' ation is such that it will continue be the chief commercial place of Gen-' tral British Columbia for all time. Central British" Columbia is suffi-' ciently vast in extent to support many cities. It is larger _ in area and richer-, TO STAR IN "COUS'.'.' KATL Miss Jeanne Kussell Who lias n a such -u brilliant success throughout the province tlie past two s-jusons is now playing iier last engagement in repertoire at the Majestic Theatre. Her 'popularity has extended far be- y .nd the borders of the province and a larger sphere for the fulfillment of 'her ait is about to be opened to (her, Sunday, -March 27 her company opens in Great Falls, Mon ana for a starring season iftrousihout he States -in Ethel Barrymor's great est success, "Cousin K'ate." 'Miss Russell will .star under tlie direction of John Cart one of :the larg esi producing managers of the Davit ed States. He will iplay her this sea son in the larger coast 'Cities includ ng Sale Lake, Jjos 'Angeles, San In resources than Washington and 'Ore- gon combined. But there is be one pre-. eminent place of commerce and man- it is' inevitable that this place will be Fort-. George. To Fort George will be tributary all" the natural resources of Central Brit- ish Columbia, and all the lesser cities and towns Central British Columbia is suffi- ciently rich in natural resources to support a population of millions. That population is already beginning to sweep into this new "Last Great and before half thie destined. population of Central British is attained, Fort George .will .be one; of the largest cities of Canada. And because this new West is the last vast and rich undeveloped sec- tion on the continent, its growth will e faster than that of any similar see- on in the past. Within, a few years Fort George will e where Winnipeg and Vancouver re today. That this is not an empty boast is hown by the fact that the develop- ment of the "Inland Empire" of the. United. States, .-which --is similar entral British Columbia, but smaller n area and less rich in natural re- sources, has created in Spokane a metropolis of 'one hundred thousand >eople. A Minneapolis Man's Prediction (Vancouver Province, Nov. 6. 1909.) The Minneapolis of the Pacific Northwest is the admiring, appella- tion which Mr. A. H. Jones, the Cor- dova street business man, applied to rt George, the busy little Hudson's Bay post at the junction of ihe eraser and Nechaeo Rivers in Central British Columbia. Of course, it is a Minneap-. olis in the making, but in the eyes of Mr. Jones (who before taking up his residence in Vancouver, lived in the Minnesota city, which is the distribut- ing point for the Dakotas and Minne- sota.) Fort George in the not very distant future will occupy a similar position to the central and northern parts of this province that the Flour City now occupies in its relation to the prairie country adjacent to it. Mr. Jones has but recently returned from an extended tour through Cen- tra] British Columbia, and to say that he is enthusiastic over the future of Fort George and the neighboring coun- try is putting it mildly. In three weeks Kri.neisco; Pcntiland and Seattle and A he covered miles, and he de- npxt season will .give her a run in dares it is a trulv wonderful country The Cart Theatre. Chicago. Her .many Mends will 'glad 'hear of Iter rapid 'rise in the theatrical world. "Cousin Kate" the play in Whidh she nvill appear wvtl tbe presented by iier in altl ats entirety ait the i.Ma- jestic Theatre tomorrow night, Patrick's night. Sv WINNIPEG PEOPLE CARRIED AWAA with a great future. "I firmly said. Jones, 'that Fort George .will in .time.-be-.the second largest-city in British Colum- bia, Vancouver only excepted. With such a country around it and with such easy means of communication, do not see how it can possibly be held back. There are boundless op- portunities there, and I am only sorry that I am a little too far advanced in years to make the most of them." A Seattle Man's (Extract from interview" of George Brown, of Seattle, in Vancouver i World, Nov. 15, lOO'lU "Mr. Brown is very enthusiastic about interior British Columbia, and irom j advises every young man, especially small means, to go there. "Mr. Brown stated that he know? t M t The iolIowinK extract ,s Jak the comment of the Winnipeg Press on the playing of Mark Ham- hourjr, the great pianist, in that citv. of his knowledge .that there wll High Class Grocers Phone 525 Prompt Delivery en ing is eagerly anticipated by mu- sic lovers "What can one say about perfection ion Fort George and the country sur- rounding will up mucn more apidly and in much less space of time than ever before in the history of the hut that it is periirt. There is abso-lwest liitely no criticism of Mark Ham-[ "Mr. Brown's big interests are at hourg's 'glorious artistry at the pi-! Prince Ruper; and around Quesnel, ano, and our can onlv add his ncnnv-lbut he not hesitate to make the i nquaiHied statement that Fort George pearr, o! praise to the roar he a than of apphuse which has greeted him in Rupert." every quarter of the globe, j..The first opportunity to buy what Last nrdn's bic; house at the Walker iwill be the rriost valuable business iheain- r-oul.l not have been the least jproperty in one of :he Iar9est cities in the West is now presented to the enthusiasm- audience the great ter has ever enchanted, for bursts of Price of lots to each, pay- applause followed the last number in able 510 down and per month for each group, and his beaming smiles I ach interest, no taxes. Ten per cent discount for cash. sjmvrrt how much he appreciated to !ots js gL.aranteed and fn- tneir loudly-expressed approval, while sured by the government, which owns his reaiiv acquiescence to repeated en- one-quarter of the iots. 'cures evidenced his own exceeding The price will be advanced soon. Official plans, maps, and proof of the food nature. he is the su- wonderful fortune-making opportuni- perior of Paderewski, Joseph ities can be had by writing at once to Hoffman or any other of .the renown-j Uwil pianists is entirely a mattrr of! taste, and. in any case, are i probably not On the Am- j dl J-rican continent competent to express an opinion. i Wm. Bveckncr, formerly congrcss- [man from Kentucky, is dead at Win- chester, Ky. 437 Winch Building Vancouver, B.C. ;