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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTH BRIDGE, ALTA., THURSDAY, MARCH II, 1901. FIFTEEN ROUNDS i 3 Minutes Each This time don't look for a draw or any cut in the fight. The real thing or your money refunded. OF CALGARY VS. 10.30 p. AFTER THE REGULAR PERFORMANCE LYCEUM mm. MIRCH iJtii f Ringside Reserves Admission OF LETHBRIDGE Formerly Philadelphia, Pa. 6 Rounds Eddie Smith OF CALGARY VS. Jimmy Stewart SPOKANE Other Local RAYMOND Raymond, ilarch Ada Col lett was united in wedlock last' ev- ening at 'the home of her parents, to Tilr. Roscoe Miller. The. ceremony was .perfonued by Rev. J. J. Cameron Sliss Kate Sea! amd Mr. Uriel O'Brien played the weddine march.- At eight o'clock the bride appeared, leaning on her father's Mr., Carl Miller was best man and Miss Blanche CoIleU was bridesmaid. Little Kate Lamb was..-flower jrirl. The" bride was dressed in white silk, with oran.ee blossoms and bridal veil. She carriefJ a bouquet of pink and white bridal roses. The bridesmaid, Miss Col-j lett, was dressed in pale blue, white roses in her hair. The flower t girl carried larjje' basket of beauti-i ful flowers and the rinjj. I After the ceremony and the newly married congratulated, supper was- served. The wedding cake I was seven layers and weighed thirty j pounds. The tables were decorated! with pink and white roses. j The rooms were beautifully decorat- fcd in screen foliage with pink and; white roses. i About fifty guests were present, i Those out of town present were Mr.! and Mrs. Thos. Miller and Mr. Carl Miller of Masrra'oh. The bride receiv- er! numerous presents from her friends After supper music' was furnished. Perhaps the most amusing: event was G-randma Coliett, who danced at her srandausrhter's wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Miller will leave tomorrow for Magrath, where they will make their home. The Raymond People wish them ev- ery success and joy in their new life.- Mrs. Roscoe Miller wj.il be 'especially- by the youn.fr' pgo'. Pte of the Presbyterian Church oi wnica active member of The Ladies "Relief Society of the L. D. S. Church is havine ah anniversa- ry celebration this, afternoon -and ev- eninjsr. There will be a programme and refreshments will be served this afternoon. There will be a dance this eveningr. Jack Mahen is over from Coal City for .a few days. .Some of the school rooms are cel- ebrating St. Patrick's day today. -JUST LAUGH' i I The Golden West Realty Co. ANOTHER GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Will pay 16i per cent, on your money TWO 7-ROOMED HOUSES FOR SALE Price Cash down balance easy Rents Produce 75 per month Five of the Best Business Lots'in Town Telephone 261 P.O. BOX 642 D. KING, Manager Don't let's cet too serious, Don't let's get too gay; There's nothing going; to happen To fright-en peace away, We take events too sternly, We grow too crave by half; The co'-mtry's cominsr on all Just Laujrh. Baltimore Sun. Don't Throw Away Grood garments because soiled, stained, or faded. Have'them made to loqk like new at the CITY DYE WORKS Telephone 353 SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice pfocluction. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music UTHERFORD IVERS and 1 YAILWAYS..... To the Electors of the Constituency of Lethhridge: appeal to you with confidence a straight supporter of the Eutherford Liberal Government of the Province of Alberta for your votes and influence on the 22nd day of March, 1909. I was duly nominated hy a representative Convention of accredited Liberal delegates from all parts of the District at the City of Lethbridge, on the 2nd Day of March, and I have received the enthusiastic endorsement of the north, south, east and west of the Lethbridge District. In casting your vote on the 22nd day of March, you will either approve oi the Railway policy the Rutherford Govern- ment by voting for r.e, or yon .will ttirn "do-wu this policy by voting against me. You should have no difficulty in making your choice. The Rutherford Government has guaranteed the bonds of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and the Canadian Northern Railway to Lethbridge and through the district to boundary, add if you; elect, me you endorse .this policy and tfie Government, and the assurance of these lines in-your district within three years. In supporting me you will also endorse the splendid policy of the Rutherford Government in the matter of Education, Taxa- tion of Railway Lands, Taxation of Railway Companies, promo- tion of agricultural interests, and the policy for the upbuilding of the farming industry, and the securing of markets ana transportation for the farmers' products. In conclusion, as a practical farmer, I appear to y6u to vote for me, and bring your neighbor to the poll on the and day of March, 1909. Youn J. H. RIVERS, Liberal Candidate for the Ltthkridfp. Dbtrict. GOD SAVE THE KINO SPORTS Tilt: FUJLJLltttTOA'-CLARK FIGHT The fig'ht tomorrow nitfht at tho Lyceum between Jack Clark of this city and Jake .Fullerton of Calgary has every indicuU-ou of bcinc a scrap of the rare order. Lethbridg'CJ is familiar with Jack Clark, late of Philadelphia, who was one of the principals in what was probably the best boxing bout ever seen in Kid Williams- Clark tight of a couple of months back. In this set-to Clark establish- ed himself in strong favor with the htinif fans of this city and his ad- mirers every confidence in his ability to put it over Fullerton, the fight in J blacksmith of Caljrary. Clark trained to the minute. He has at Caixlston takjnpc every- thing; that looked like a lighter from the surrounding country and it is re- ported that he has put some husky fellows through the ropes more than once. aku Fullurton has a U'oocl reputa- tion ;is -a fighter in Calgary and has number oi knock.outs to his credit. He will find a worthy antagonist in Clark however, who will make him step at lively pace. This bout means considerable to the winner., who will be booked for im- portant matches in Calvary in the near future. Then the fact that Bob Parker is connected with affairs makes it look OF CANADA l Rest divided Profits Exced Why Not Save? The prudent man, in the d ay of plenty, system- atically puts by fi-portion of his income against the time when he may need it badly. Then, with a substantial SavligS Bilk AcCuulU, he docs not fear what the future may bring. Yon start a Savings Account too soon. SI.00 or v.jnvard opens an account. Interest at highest currer.t rate ciucicd at regular intervals. Money may be with- drawn at any time. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderso.i, Manager. FOR VOTES OF RAILWAY MEN CHARITY MISPLACED 3iP to Go to Dominion House Mak j "I rook one of your proteges to t ing Provision for Polling Railway j eraml opera Last evening." remark the retired hardware merchant. Ottawa, Altuxh bill has beehj "I know you did, Mr. se prepared by James Coninee, Liberalise young who did sottleme member for liainy River and will shortly b-; introduced in the Commons It provides that railway employees be srh'en an opportunity to coll their votes in whatever constituency they may round on Dominion election In order to make the thins practicable tho voter would have to appear armed with n certificate from his home constituency to establish that he had a vote somewhere. A ou the square from Fullerton's stand- hallot would have also to be forward- point and .Lethbridoe can vouch Clark without hesitation. in advance to outside returning of- iicers. Tho opposition to Conmee's ThQ referee will be selected at measure will be based on the ground will be n Lethbrids: that personation could be practiced ringside and man. Parker is "but 1 must point out th that sort of thins is not calculated secure results." "It secured one result, j sponcled Mr Hanks. "It made t old flnine happy for one night." "But-----" "Lemme explain how it was. Het you tell about this old lady had seen better days, 1 thought 3 drop around to inquire if there w anything- 1 coulij do. After sor questioning she admitted that s had hankering co hear a ffrand o bringing- j in away from the home of rnore- we went. We di dowu Eddi voters mucJi more easily than if the n't -0 the btreet either. V Smith of Calgary who will box Jim i present method was continued. Con- my Stewart six rounds and as both! met; answers that railways at present in a carriage, we had c chestra seats, and a little somethi] boys are of the slam bang variety..! have top powerful means of defeat- to eat afte.r the And. I am fr there should be something doinff all of a number of their em-