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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FPIBST JOB HUNTING AT THE HERALD TRe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO StAY flu to UtttMai b tto NUN Nil Just Received TWO CARS OF j Nails t J and Barb Wire THE HICK IUHU CD. KEDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Seeds Our stock is fresh and. clean. Make up your list of flower and vegetable Seeds and we will supply you with the best money can buy. Our'soeds are especially selected for western cli- mate and soil. J.D. HiginhottianiSCo.ltd 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 Phoue 21 gives complete satisfaction. G. em co. Onlj Gracenf Start In City Do You Want to Help a Good Cause? If so send your Grocery Orders ON THURSDAY, MARCH 18 TO THE GOOD CO. CITY AND DISTRICT THE WEATHER. Edmonton, The Message Louis Tracy 54-40 or Fight By Emerson Hough Trail of Lonesome Pine By John Fox A Million a Minute By Hudson Douglas All the New Books at ROBERTSON'S BOOK 1st IMF West'of Union Bint Phone 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. j II -I I SPRING IS HERE And along: with it is the need of a goo3 Spring Medicine. We are recommending customers the-svell- known MYALL'S Blood Purifier as the best remedy in our store. It clears the blood and strengthens the entire system E. K. J. of Sparvrood. C., is in tht- city. Joe Filiaer, pressman at tlie West-j i era Stationery is in the hospital, a j j victim of scarlet fever. j j The most wonderful ner forming; I birds in America, at the Eureka. j j Mr. H. Mac Beth has bought a res-! i idence lot "corner of Bompas and West! I minster. He is ffpiny to erect a j i residence thereon. j Smith Bros, and Wilson have the i contract for two houses and a.n office for the A. R. I. Co. at No. 6 shaft. i i The Good Co.'s ice cream parlors.! were opened up yesterday are quite inviting. change of motion pictures at tije Eureka tonight. Hyde and Saunders have matte ar- rangements with the Hestern Transfer Co. to receive orders for hay and oats. Prompt delivery. All.interested in the formation of a city football league are requested to attend the meeting to be held for this purpose io the office of the Western Plumbing Tinsmith Co'y. on March 19th at S p.a. jThe Theodore Lorch -'o. duin, thair play every nisdit this week. A. Maxwell and his partner A. T. Ross have.leased the Crest farm of 640 acres, at Coaldale, ancf are j expected here ..soon to begin opera- i tions. This Mr. Maxwell is an ac. complished violinist and is a brother of. P. A. Slaxwell of this-city- 20 30 i 20 34 -IS Lethbridge, fair-.................. 61 i Medicine Hat, clear 50 B- i Heffina, clear 17 j Winnipeg, fair 2 Bulletin From Central Office In Alberta the weather has been mild, decidedly so in. southern parts, while. in Saskatchewan and Manitoba it has been, very cold. with higher tempera- ture. Thursday liifht local snow storms- but mostly fair. Saskatchewan and Alberta, local will donate snQ.v aurrics but generally fair. The meeting- of the Minstrel CluJb last nijrht was a very successful one 'arid'they decided to co on with'.it. j When the rest 'of the music arrives to have two a. The next meeting will be on Tuesday ntsct'at 9 p.m. in St.'-' tin's Hall. CITY AND DISTRICT Don't miss Dr. Jekyll an-d Mr. Hyde and j toniidit at the Lyceum- Tomorrow nisn.t "i'iniiy st the .Lyceum. The crcnt melodrama- JMrs. W. A. Hamilton will ceive tomorrow A small explosion occurred at 6 shaft on Sucday. Fortunately the results were not serious. Leoni was slichtly was brought to the hospital -and is npR able to be around. L. B. Duncan 1 of New Dayton is in Li. B. Garrett, the -city electri'-Jnu, arrived from Winnipeg this and has assumed his duties. Take a look at 'the ocson n ord and Agnew's .viatluw. It's a good one and j.-Cu. S. J. Shepherd, vJi-j io his .final law ryr yesterday recei-'od telecruio. nouncing- his success, lie is.now Five Per Cent Of our entire cash sales on this date to the SOLE AGEiiTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON 4 GOW Best residence location in Lethbridge, 2 corner Ashmead and Bompas St. water and sew- er, easy terms. ALBERT E. IVES, PHONE 257 Socialists: IfTHIIfKE miss the n l-ririr-y at the LyceiVii. Howard: Case has had several calls lately from owners of safes that 'de- fied the attempts of the owners to open them. He drove out to open the safe for. the Bank 6f Commerce at Monarch on. Monday. Yesterday he i opened a new safe for the C.PJEl. In. 5 this "case the combination was Mr. Case -..is--air Expert in this line having probably no equals in the West Montreal: was the last tlw's .won'derfulJy jrifted and fascinaUnc; prior to :ner departure en route for the an- tipodes, and available seat _ audience being the largest-and. most fashion- able of the season. Miss Hall-played throe solos only, .but' two' of these the greatest solos for violin ever written, rendering full-Qedfred The issues of the Herald yesterday and today have been very late to a breakdowii -on .one of ,the settinir machines.... It is expected be repaired. tomorrow. The Sons of Ensliad.- in Oliver's Hall. Jf you enjoy High clean cut comedy see and Wells at the Eureka this Yesterday, the Weber Realty Co. old a 180 acre tract of land about seven: miles north. east of Warner. The I purchasers parties from the kotas. They have homesteads too j and are coming- this spring to .beffin.! development Geo. LeBlanch. manag-er of Win.] .Qtt's citrar store had a sudden attack of appendicitis yesterday. He was removed to the G-alt Hospital, where an. operation was performed n: You help us. We help the Hospital. Our goods are guaranteed first class. The GOOD CO. Up-to-date Grocert PHONE 98 PROMPT DELIVERY FOR Fence Posts ALL LIVE DUMBER Lime, Wood Fibre, Cement, Always in Stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD, Lethbridgo, New City Yird South of Ellison MiUs PHONE 225 JEVCJ. BOX 654 V EACH Two well located lots on Round St R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK W. S. Sherd and wife arrived last nipht from Txorthfield, wnere they spent the winter. is now doiJiff nicely. I Prof: "Wallace's trained ob at the Eureka are jjomethiaif We are glad- to call attention to the Good Co.'s advertisement in today's issue in Tvhich they make jpenerous OUR DOORS ARE NOT BLINDS "to-" Work, off a lot of poor, lumber. They are made of selected boards, put to-- Aether as a first.class- carpenter pat them. You know of course we handle "ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK .But you cannot Oinow till you try them, how well made are our doors, sashes, etc. They are as good as the best, hand-made, while they costT you only a fraction of hand-made price? Tn'ink it over.' Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld of beauty and of artl The first was the Mendelssohn Con: certo; and nrohably no such interpre- tation .of this. magnificent work has been heard in Montreal: within living mernoi-y. After''her.'recital on Mon- day -nitfht-anid her playing vester day, to talk of anything but one of the ,-reatest violinists is to acknowlediye ignorance of the violm players now .before the public. Ka- i- belik's technique- is not superior, and tone-colprme and inter- pretevtive power..are pn plane lilc has never yet reached. The- window is a attraction. .The scene repre- sents'a harbor surrounded by piles of .shingle nails for a shpyt-.-; In one! corner a lieht house 'with' a lantern! top has been built np and in the quiet waters of the harbor rest the vesiaels improvised frpni scrubbing, brushes ;and sad irons, -while" small cartridges 'have usod. to represent, the'large j cannon, p. A. Taylor is.the artist. Don't forget Auction SaYe at Palmer's, 8 miles s.e. of Lethbfitige, an Thursday, March ers. i- Tta donation of profits to the Gait Hospi tal. Head the ad. The public schools of ike not re-open tomorrow sa.orn.ng expected. The fumi'sating1 has teen completed and the sell will not be oporiod unti.1 Don't forget the Auction. at 8 s.e. of Lethbridge, on Thursday, March Sec 793 23 123 [Olive Oil and Cucumber Soap Brggest value in market 3 cakes for lOc J. ston J -QUALITY QUAfiTCHS- Don't get The That in Loosening Up a few Cents more ThePrivate Dining Rooms at the MEXANDRII are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All Wnite Most up to rant hi the, city. Lunches from lOc rip Meals from 25c. op N. R MURRAY Prop, 11 illllMlillU III- Auction Sale English Liquid Paint That you Are paying For the Name. You're not. You're Paying for What the Name itanele per faj; "K you live out of town write W. L. Wilson i Auctioneer Instructed by several owners I will sell, at the corner of GXYN AND FORD STREETS, next Irrigation HalL on SATURDAY, MAR. 20, at 1.30 p m., the following goods springs and tresses, kitchen chairs. 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 couch, 2 dres- sers and stands, cradles, lamps, crockery, 1 sewing macnine, 2 valises, 1 lady's watch, and other articles i too njaBgersus-to mention. Anyone desiring to enter -goods for this tale phone 189 before Friday night tiiftiiiifiifnuiu one expert shoe repairer. The Foot Toggery. 81-2- MARIE HALL Concert Recital f Thr Greatest ViolinUte LONIt BA5CHE Solo Pianiste and Ac- companut HAROLD BEALEY Baritone IN Kno? Church WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17th I have ouly three Ward left at EACH down, bal. mtha. These lots will be on the water main, this season. L. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Office 8' Macdonild Block room, close in and by young gentleman who will average three days week in the city. Apply: to 1.. B., C1ty.r _..... JL.; Alexandra andT Arlington. Hotel, diumond set locket on watch fob. Finder will be y rewarded by reaming to Herald Office. 81 ,New Every woman canN; be suited from our comprehensive showing of Spring Hats. The display is especially notable from the fact that every model is Jrpm the hands of artistic mers. We display every new style and 'shape to- ward which spring fash- ions lean. There is a- hat for every face and to de-- lificht every fancy. We in- vite your inspection! L, J. McLEAY MpMH. House Cleaning No doubt you are contemplat- ing HOUSE CLEANING. To assist you in making this ar- duous task of easy, accom- plishment, we offer you the following: CU RTA I N STRETCH E RS, BOARDS, CLOTHES RACKS, CLOTHES BASKETS, CLOTHES HAMPERS, DOOR MATS (all -kinds) CARPET BEATERS CARPET SWEEPCRS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, Comer Dnfferin and Round; Street TENDERS SEALED TENDERS .will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up to one o'- clock, p.m, on Apnl 10th lor the whole of the work reo.uired in the erec tion of a fireproof hospital (or the trustees of the Gait Hospital. Tenders must be accompanied by tai1 accepted cheque, for five per cent. of theamount of the same. The lowesf or arry tender not neces- sarily "JPlans; and specificatione may be seett at the--offices of Oiler, Hammond Nunton, Winnipeg, Lloyd Calvary., or 'Q: ,B. Bowman. Quarter Section 9 miles from Town, 30 acres fall wheat, all gocd, land, small cash payment, balance' Stsniari land Co. Itl Capitaf i f (Offices tfhcpard Block.) Y. 9. Shepard, Manager. Agents Winnipeg Fire In- Co. Some good bargains in Real Estate Yet to be had Tie C. I. Jowai 4 C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary' Board of MWQ "of Gait JRojipitai, Lethbridge. AIU: Uthbridge, March 15, 1909. servant, on farm j near city...for gencrftHbouse-work; gootJTt wages, for suitable perion.. Apply P! TT 'O; Boat 141 Tenders will be received by tltt an- dcrsigncd on Monday, -23nd March, 1909, at noon, ,for' Brick Store Building to be erectM on Crabb St. for A. JJftrnalay, filq; lowest or any not oec cssarily ROOM WANTBDr-Youug roan moely bedroom in fally. -FOR SALE ton: -double Rood-condition, j Cheai> for "Awly, Jtox I Herald. "gi-tf! ERNBST E. CAKVEB M. Dcrtkt, Architect; B c ,0 Mart, 8 T C. Clarke of A wife oftw 8l-6 apcndinjr the winter in Mction, rmwt i ;