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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VALUE, get f ectkxi Sodas. They contain the nutri- the bone and muscle building properties of Canada's choicest wheat A UOUI. nCjr like roast beef and bread. Yet they are so delicate that children and invalids may make them the best part of every meal Mooney's Biscuits are packed as they come piping hot from the ovens, in air- tight, moisture-proof boxes. Thus, all the crispness and goodness of the freshly baked bncuits are caught and held onlil they reach you. There is good food and good eating in Mooney's Biscuits. THE MOONEY BISCUIT ft. CANDY CO. LIMITED. cuurw, and if they wt-ic, would bo t, rribly monotonous, but surel} it i> not occurred to me at all in comu-c non with the children one sees. Las, iuiumer it was my privilege one at wn-noon to tio to a children party .and although ordinary restrictions wer; withdrawn on such an oc- cation still the eouxtesy of the small vouths and maidens to each other marked. What was more notice able was the seli-restraiat showiyvheu on the coming of the world famous j, Mischa; Elrnau to that city shortly Ljist season and this they w tun ate enough to hear the famous Mane Hani Kubelik, and now they an, ij, have the greatest living this 1 'Uischa lilman. It tempts o a. could not the cae as black as the picture 121 -I From a Western Window WHY HE DOESN'T I so admire fair Phyllis Mv love I would rehearse, And' ask her if she'd take me For better or for worse. But when I read the papers I'm scared almost to death, For butter's thirty-eight now, It takes away my breath. -Daily Mail on the lack of manners of the Canadian child. I do not; _ _ r----- krow xvbere Huxley is, but in what- i ;n almost every cartoon I'd like to ask fair To share my humble lot, But eggs are thirty-six now, I'd really -better -not, I wish to wed sweet Phyllis, But then- there is the rent, I know I can't afford it- A handsome fire-proof tent. So I refrain from asking _ And merely sigh and sigh: Td like to marry Phyllis, But prices are so high. -From the Canadian Magazine xo March. T -u We have grown used to the spec disaffected ome" to or Chronicle about tecle of_ the man Mail remittance the the Daily short- woman canines of Colonial, but are rath-r surprised when an English rushes info print. Hrr name in this case is and we may presume to add, with tne poet, "all tears." And she lives in Huxley, Alberta, It seems that while we in the SQUtfc countrv are sending abroad sixty-iour naze Special Publicity numbers teli- OK the 'world in general what a de lichtful country we live in, and how we are -in consequence, ana inviting others to come and settle within our borders; that in Huxley is writing to the.. London had "Niobe" present she have boen -surprised to hoar many a uaiuty-please" and "thank you from childish lips- The children that they came from homes where these little courtesies were m use and oi euurse that is tne UWrVt of childhood good breeding. I In our part of the country we swm be behind the times .m this.nuu- of children addressing their el- bv their Christian names, aiw i of" these fine days will have to to Husky to witness this edifying spectacle. li thinirs are really aiv the picture buVdlv deserves the title of "Niobe" lias a great work ahead her as a Home Missionary. i While en the topic of u if liners, have you ever thought what i part was played in that regard by i the colored supplements oi the big I newspapers? There are i few children who have not at some time or other seen the Buster Brown Spud Foxy Grandpa pictures wn'i t-thers of their ilk. and there _ are manv homes to which Buster is a Ireeular weekly visitor. It does not cbUdren long to become inibued ith Buster's ideals which seem to be "Act smart at all and get into as much trouble as possible. _ of the earlier cartoon certar.1- lv portrayed humorous but thev have been going on. through tne hands of copyists till there is neither mirth nor interest in them, but inuc.s ui" vulgarity and positive harm. of parental authority tw committee who Hall, also persuade him to an cveaisi" in Lethbridgo- Mrs Mewburn enteruiiaed at Hundrexl on Tuesday evening. _ Mrs. Sidney JacKsoa nau ioyable evening on Tuesday m hon- or" of Miss Jackson of Moii-.reiu, air E. S. Jackson's siswr, who is at K Hieitibothams. inert at cards and afterward-; seme music which w always a Ner> pleasant feature of Mrs. Jackson, entertaining. The invitations sent out b> the Se ate for their St. Patrick's dance, came out in bold green lettering, most ap. urcpriate and welcome to bons CH Era. There were not quite so mam- as usual at this dance, but those pre sent.'enjoyed it thoroughly and soirv when midnight came, as it announced that- dancing was! onl> from nine o'clock Sup- per was served at tne Alexandra The members of the commute S. Kirkham, J- L- Mal1' u-nring. R. R. Davidson.. J. Daweon and W. F. Lever. Miss Marie Hall was greeted bj ve-v lanre and sympathetic audience on Wednesday evening whose :___ number until uncontrollable. 1J09. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Stafford Block Teaches the touch system of typewriting. 25 stu- dbiUs were enrolled during the first month this school held its sessions here. Ex- pert instruction in busi- ness, subjects and short- hand. Both evening and day sessions. Call or write or particulars to Geo. J. Schmidt, Prin, li i done. Is the. size of the hat any in- dex to the amount of brain bel.w? Or vice versa? Do the hat and vary in direct or in. inverse propor- tion? Or can any legitimate infer- ence be drawn one way or the other "J Ve anxiously look for light.on tue-v- erplexing problems. MARCH HAEE and et spread abroad in Special Public letters intending settlers with itv father who lauchs over Busters wit would be tempted to thrash Ins own Johnny within an mca of hi- life if attempted TO folio v his children will flee Huxley as if it were j arij a Bret Harte mining camp. Some of the re-marks that n-akes are The average Canadian child is a mixture oi familiarity and impertin- ence, and has no respect 'for anyone, not escludinc its own parents, course, the parent is to blame, the child. tlie outcome hero's lead. And yet, children allowed to have these pictures iorrn their own ideals conduct from them. of IT is a pity especially when j are so many good books for the charming Peter Rabbit stories _ of v potter ivitli their- quaint the -'Littl- Pepper" tales child- f there i former who looked so frail ana deli- cate- and yet was able, to evoke suet- entertainine strains with her bow. Her sown was of a soft shade of blue mosf becoming to her fail hair was worn quiw rehei aff ter the and rolls with which have been surfeited. Miss tonie Basche, the pianist was full accord in temperament with the violiniste and her accompaniments v-ere broad and artistic. Her render- of the Liszt Bhapsodie was a great pleasure. She looked very well in a -own of a soft shade of brown w'hicif was made with Empire effect. The church was rather cold at nrst wrrch seemed to affect the pianist, but it afterwards got warmer am the sizzling of the water through the hot water coils made quite an f edible'undertone to some of the mn sic. -Altogether the evening was one o. keen pleasure and we are all grat-> fill to the committee who madv: it possible for us to have the unforget table jov of hearing Marie Hall. Macleod sent quite a delegation down to the Marie Hall concert an, thev'all appeared to enjoy it exceed- itfflv. They and Mrs McDonald, Mrs. Grady, R G Macdonneli, Miss Cadman Miss Davis. Mrs. Thome and Mr One of the Ottawa papers sayo-- "Their Excellencies are- entertamin a large house party consisting of Lor. and Lady Herbert, who have deferre their departure for the South; in a measure too, of rac, idMte which is commonly supposed, to lac. i -u extended their Established 1855 Reserve HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bonghf and Sold at Lowest Kates of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposita of SI and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates I i Die Golden West Realty Co. ANOTHER GOLDEN OPP08HNITY Will pay per cent, on yonr money TWO MODERN 7-ROOMED HOUSES FOR SALE Price Cash down balance easy Rents Produce per month Five of the Best Business Lots in Town Telephone 261 P.O. BOX 642 D. KING, Manager sentimentality but yet .jealously guards' in its .heart of hearts, that same' qualny hidden from. all but observant eyes. If the same word census were "taken of Harry Lauder's most popular songs, beginning with I Lo'e a would not the re- ult be much the same.? "ANNE." SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The following had the honor of ining with his Honor the Lieutenant Governor at Government House on Tuesday: The Hon. the Chief Jut the Hon. Mr. Justice Scott, the Hon. Mr. Earvey, the Hon. VIr. Justice Stuart, the Hon. .Mr. iee Beck, Yen. Archdeacon Gray, Rev, Dr. Riddell, Rev. F. W. Patter- Edwards, Professor .u. H Alexander, Professor W. Muir Ed- ds, Mr, G- H. Slews. Mrs. C. R. Daniel whose little laughter Virginia has been suffering nom the measles, has fallen a vic- im to them herself. We hope she rray have a. very light attack. The city schools have been closed week in order to effectually fright en awav the measle germs as Peache Watson" called them, and the children ocem to have enjoyed the unexpected loliday very much. In Edmonton, since the mumps epidemic there has >een some agitation ior Medical inspection. It may be that the outbreak of here may have he same effect. There is no doubt that a medical health officer for the schools vould do a good work. Mr. A. E. Boyle, Western editorial representative of the Toronto Globe, s in Vancouver accompanied by his jride. Thy will extend their honey moon trip'to Victoria and Seattle.-- Vancouver Saturday Sunset. The most tastefully decorated .win dow in the city on "St. Patrick's Bav- in the morning" was that belonging to the firm of McKelvie and McGuire. Perhaps the names are enough to as- sure success with the patron saint. 1 with the lucky Shamrock. bright green leaves of the .national flower made a very effective back- around for the window, and could nt fail to cast over the articles on a spell of lasting good fortune. Miss Addy spent part of the ween visiting her sister in Tabcr. The following will be of interest to many Brampton people, here as well as to others who know, the groom Pincher Creek: "A quiet but pret tv wedding was solemnized at th.i home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Williams, 130 Concoid Avenue, on Wednesday, February 24. at 2-30 o'clock, when their only daughter. Violet A., was rrarried to -Mr. John T. Cumberland of Pincher Creek, Alta., son of Mr. iang HOT TIME IN ARKANSAS of Bad Men Terrorize the Town TO-NIGHT 1 .nrrvVi J t, W Little Kock, Ark., March de- patch from Bald Knob, Ark., sn-'-j hat two bank buildings -ae dyna- nited and the town of Bald Kn- errorized early today by a small ban f men. Citizens who ventured frorv heir houses "were met by a oi bullets and in the running fibht vhich followed a citizen was wound d. The robbers escaped. Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Motto- Cleanliness and Purity And company par excellence in Strong Heart AT THE LYCEUM Reserved Seats SOc. Admission 25c Curtain 830 sharp BRAVE MAN DEAD Phone 347 P.O.BoiSO Expired While Handing in His ignatEon They say the Alberta Restaurant Is a good place to go for a good meal. Open Day ana Night Sho] t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 22S New York, March Chief William McCarthy of -n. Brooklyn fire department had feeling ill for a long time. Test day he yielded to his wife's persu sion. and resolved to resign thirty-six years. He went tt. HORSE THIEF ARRESTED Regina, March man was arrested here tonight upon instruction from the. authorities at .Winnipeg. He was charged W'MI in t> r Ahorse stealing. An-officer is expecto-i j to arrive Winnipeg tomorrow. aiver tr _ headquarters and while standing wit i his resignation in nis hand he fe' dead just as the fire gong an alarm. He had many medals bravery and leaves a widow and s-x children. FIRE AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Man., March broke out at 4.30 this morning in Steart Machinery Co. warehouse at the corner of Main St., and Suther- land Ave. At the time of going De- press it was burning furiously, the flames havins broken out througc the walls at the rear. The firm cac ries a stock of mill and other heavy machinery. PROCLAMATION [Moral Division of Lethbridoe who have also extended for a few weeks longer; Lady.Mch and Hon. Miss Chartens, who wi remain at Government House for sev eral weeks: Mr. Morton Freewen, t London. England, and Mr. Angu Macdonnell, son oi the Earl an Countess of Antrim, who have recent IV arrived in the Capital. The Hop Macdonneli with his friend Mi p-rewen of London, have been spena- a few days at Macleod and left on Thursday for Ottawa. FRONh ANOTHER WINDOW week "Anne" frpm her West- tern Window, made some fine obser- vations on hats. The theme is timely In the spring, as natural history anf P both assure us, birds renew It may be gay as that of the which or it may oe bird of morning crowetb all night long, of dazzling purity, lit white plume 'Of Henry Dovi, when properly ar iaid to prefer the livelier ms. Some doves among us share .heir fnd hats' of a sufficient I the rainbow variegated Imported Silks In Ladies' and Grentle- men's Wear and .in Web at OUR PRICES itety Competition Public notice is hereby given that in obedience to His writ to me directed and bearing date the 26th day of 1909 I require the presence of the voters at OLIVER'S HALL, IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDCE in the Electoral Division of Lethbridge City, on the 15TH DAY OF MARCH, 1909 opened on the 22ND DAY OF MARCH, 1909 From the Hour of Eight O'clock in the Forenoon until Six O'clock in the Afternoon, as Follows: Have yon seen our assort- ment of CHINESE AND JAPANESE WARE? I Chow Sam Co. a- hat of the old three-decker bold for any child to hear. Flower eardens, merry widows am. ,11 Se, ifke little systems have th81r day, and tiien they are re eg rted to lumber room or the attic, an of the strange the low ow lul comedy, we see all women cla i and plumed in sombre black. ihe deer d black shall be we, her abject slaves, must need, little s dry county there is and Mrs. John Cumberland of fc.n. The ceremony was conuce by Rev. T. Albert Moore, cousin of the bride, under a large floral horse- shoe. The bride, who was given awa bv her father, wore a directoire gown of ivory silk, mounted on taffeta, with tiimmi'njr of Irish point lace, em- broidered veil and orance blossoms. xv ith shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. The brwes- ir-aid was Miss B. Cumberland .f Brampton, sister of the eroom. Th eronm by Mr. Charle L. Williftms. brother of tfce- bnde Master GaTbraith Williams of den, the little nephew of the onde acted ae rinc bearer. Mr, and Mrs Cumberland left for a short tnp Buffalo and Rochester before loav for their Western home, the bride gown bcinf green wit oo.t and bat to edraggled in a What sailor dreads a ale Everything in season served tastily at i; The Coaldale Restaurant i; Coaldale Block tinuation of Redpath Street, from place the Belly River. Polling Division, at or near Fire Hall. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. 2.-LETHBR.DGE C'.TY-That the City of Lethbridge within the following- boundanes.-Commencj ing at The corner of Round and Redpath Streets, thence south Round Street to the corner of Round and CourtUnd Streets east along Court.and Street to Crabb Street, thence soul Crabb Street and continuation of the same to the Sou hern bound; of the City, thence west along Southern boundary of the c.ty !h! Belly River bounded on the west by the Billy River bounded on the north W a continuance of Redpath Street westward from th Int of Round and Redpath Streets to the Belly River. snorting for battle, a weapon of attack, are simpu- that ''Anne'' had .iven her views on J'Sfe Whv for instance, has in? sill-. y- cot a foothold or, head hold in Lethbridge. save onlv in th of the undertaker, and of K- who drives the hearse? Is tn. tion? Wliy' this mvldiovs distinc Again, she might cussed the relative merits of the Jon per" and. the "twwler" or "billvcocV (here commonly called a stiff' as if only worn by stiffs, what is to be for both of as compared with the sombrero. If, when Anne was _ making on A, L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant (nil Ulterlei Cal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orderi promptly. Weight and quality ffuar- A trial order solicited Polling Division Hall. NO. part bounded on the north by Bompas Street of 'Bompas through the Royal Northwest MounteS OR the City, en the south by the Southern boundary of the tht west by Round Street from Bompas Street to .Cou.rtl.nd east Courtl.nd Street to Crabb Street, thence along Crabb Street and a continuation ;he same to the South boundary of the City. Polline Division, Central School. FOR POLUNG DIVISION NO. 4.-LETHBRIDGE CITY-That part the'City of Uthbndge within the following :-Comme ng .t7h8 corner of Round and Bompas Streets, thence north a.o Round Street and a continuation of the same to the Northern I ,ry of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way thtnce .ast .nd north of the Northern Boundary of tht Pacific of-way. Pnllinr Station, School. FOR POtUNQ DIVISION NO. 8.-UETHBR.DQE VHUte Stafford .nd that part of the City of Uthbridge which Me. north] th. Northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Ra.lw.y and of Road. dates, and declare to be elected the one having largest number of votes Of whinh all persons are hereby required to notice and to w n F- themselves accordingly. GOD SAVE THE KING Gir.n under my hand at Lethbridge, this 5th day of March, the year i FBED. KENNT, lUsturning Offil ;