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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Hoi. H, SKEJTH (MM) tfrtj. FIRE INSURANCE TBe Lethbridge Doily Herald V TG-.STAY Our Metal Work EXPERTS Our tinsmiths and metal workers are mechanics of experience and science. Whether they are called upon to make a small cake- cutter or to roof a building that same care is exercised that has made our shop famous for workman ship. PLUMBERS A good plumber is a rarity and are proud ours. Our best plumbing adver- tisements are our custom- ers- We shall be glad to figure on any alterations or installations you would like. For Flower and. Vegetable Seeds you will do'well to; see our assortment. SVe carry Ferry's; and the Alberta Seed Company's The Store of Quality Wheat Berries Family and Dispensing Telephone Resident Nfcbt Clerk Try some The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Birbdie Stafford ind HicJc Wakely PHONE: 6 2 CITY ANDMSTWCT in Spokane. Ilaymond this to R. Win. Ott went morning. Soe F. German's roadmen's hand sewn. Wheat or lunch morrow, Thoroly baked. Only necessary to place in oveti to make crisp. Wheat Berries SPECIAL BARGAINS For Wednesday 12 oiily, Tapes try Squares, 4 ft. in. by 0 ft. 4 in., suit-. able for small bed rooms, regular value Wednesday we are offering these at, i Special Shoe Bargain for Wednesday OVH- 12 1 strap Dongola House Slipper for women, turnsoles going Hudson's Bay Co. SPRING We wish to announce tho- arrival of our Spring Footwear. Come, sec what we have prepared for'you. We are certainly showing the choicest footwear for and children. Many new ideas. Our prices as usual will be' satisfactory F COW (ft CO. Uthbridge WEATHER BULLETIN i Edmonton, cloudy 12 20 j clear X- -ll> L'ort Arthur, clear -i, IA Safe Guard Protect yourself by keep- ing a copy of all important letters in our Peu Carbon Letter Book ROBERTSON'S BOOK STOIE 1st tar let if HIM tart Phone 251 llorchover's res La "rant in Calgary cloudy............ 43 has assigned. .J. Bowser, from tho Little Bow, is in the city Today. Calgary, cloudy F. II. Turiu'r of Magrath was fair 28' 'Winnipeg, clear................ 32 r- lut, snow......... aH iia, cloudy ....._ 30 liulletin From Central Oflice of Magrath the city lost night. L. B'. C'ochrane Dominion Agent ut .Medicine Hat, is in the'. city. 18 6 20' World: of Sport LADDER WON FROM LOMBARD AFTER 15 :CLUB REORGANIZED I O N L. Y 3 1 lots left on McKillop St., good location, down a month ALBERT E. IVES Ron 2, Knr itak PHONE Calgary, -Altar, March Billy of 'Calvary, got the decision C. 0. Fulton, xvho was in the Oalt Light hospital went to High River this occurred. falls or flurries have Weather has been mild in mornng. Alberta, especially in southern part. K. W. SJKMKOIY wholesale liquor J but a pronounced cold wave has en- merchant of Calgary is a guest at Uoml from the noith and below eero I the Dallas. i temperatures have again been pre- valent in northern Saskatchewan and i Three cars of settlers cLTecUS from North Dakota wont to Magrath this [throughout-Manitoba. morning. F. German will sole unh heel your j 4Urs. Sydnoy Jackson shoes while you have .your after din-'back From Ontario tonight. 4 is expected ing an over "Harry of "Chicago' af- ter fifteen rounds of torriflJc milling at the Lyric theatre here last night. For the first four rounds the men fought carefully beinj; afraid to leave an opening but for tho balance they were hammer and tongs. Over six- teen hundred people turned out for the contest, "there five mounted police and four city police' on duty at the ring to see that the law was upheld 'in- the mutter af prize Louder 'did most of the lead- lhan I ner Williamson of Winnipeg has entered upon his duties as cement in- but" thy la'tter' landed several times A Y. P. A. MEETING In spite of the stormy weather, the] vestry of St. Augustin's Church was filled overflowing with members-of Young People's Asso- ciation who listened to one of the interesting programmes of tho papers and songs were all of a itiligiou.s nature in accord- witliVthe period of Lent and niuclj spiritual as well as intellectual benefit was derived by those who were present. Mrs. Ingram'b thoughts on' Mary, the sister of Martha, were clothod in simple, yet language and her, paper, from beginning to end, It-It- the impression of a beautiful poem upon the mind. The audience listened with closest attention to her words-and no doubt more than one Martha present, resolved to choose ''the better pait which shall not IxJ taken away; to no longer_endurc in- ICE CREAM PUTY In any Quantity can always be Had from'..'.. The GOOD CO. Phone 98 with etTect: and in the thirteenth sent Uelleetual arid Choice liiportrt Cigirs A full tine of B.B.B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos 'The Smoker's Headquarters Laudor to the floor with a terrible r for. new bridge. heft head. The Scotch boy Long Bros., ranchers of High Hiv-putb dazed'but'only took the count of ur, have R. Miller's "Come Ye Apart.'.' "It told of the origin of the beautiful words, "My Siml Uoth Magnify the and explained phrase by phrase, the mean ing of the song, first sung so many years ago by Ihiry she rejoiced as the .mother of the long-expected Just Arrived Government Standard FORMALIN Guaranteed 40 Formaldehyde, destroyer of per cent, the great chal- lenge lor'thc S.tankjy Cup emblem of, the hockey championship of Canada L During-the f.vomncf Miss Blagburn senior hockcyl ta recited "The Starless Crown, Mr. and Kilner sang from the Kdmontoh team left: this: morning. LIXCOLXSEUltB HANDICAP Lincoln, iKng.; March Thj Lin- colnshire hmidicap'r? 'sovereigns for three year olds-ami upwards "the first big -race of this' spring was car- ried on today F. S. Barnard's Kaffir Chief, by -J. IT. Martin. Koffir Chief- was outsider -and in Oie at- 100 to 7. j ing -io" take up special work at- their j Mr. LANDSEEKER PICK THIS UP QUICK Acres 4i miles from itation-------- Per Acre Weber Bros. Lethbridge Alta. j meeting tomorrow night. j tendance is requested. A. K. French, brother, of H. S. Frunch, former manager of the Tabcr Free Press and now publisher 'of the j Coleman Miner, died at Xorth Hay, lOnt. A special meeting of the Frater- nal Order of Magics will'be-acid to- night in' the' Bowling Alley at 7.30 o'clock. arc requested to The Brotherhood of Railroad Train- men hold an entertainment and I i dance in Oliver's Hall on Wednesday, I[ April 1st. Supper will served in the Hub Cafe Music will be furnish- ed by the Symphony Orchestra. D. H. Klton, wife and two children south to Cardston this morn- ing. While east Mr. Elton visited at i centres in Ontario, and the Eastern States and represented the Alberta ir.ake. clear aims. .Now is the time the movement on foot. The Cards'toji Slar says: Mr. W..11. Irwin 1ms moved to Lethbridge ".to '''istVict- Courfi Thti Hailroadcrs Baseball Club met his connection Ilast ni8ht in thc Varlorj, of "the Young Men's Club and decided "to en- ter a team in the "proposed city league. .1. L. II. Trince -and A. F. but will not sever I with-our local military organization 1 and will bf! on hand to help the squadron take" on its military tone. It" is satisfactory to know that.our first major is not leaving us i All clerks a'nd salesladies of thej city are requested to keep in mind i the meeting in the 'Labor Hall on evening next of tlvc .local sociation. Already -10 have signed t ,thc application for the charter..After Itlcnt- r- WH-son; first Vice-Prcsi- j Monday evening the, initiation Worts chosen rannager and sec- ret pro tern. Li-rnnwiDGE GOLF CLUB OR- club w'a's at a m'eelirig held last' nighL whCn the fol- officcr's were fvilner v'The Losr. Miss Smith and Mr. "What are the Wild Waves in splendid style. It decided that owing to the visit of the Ilishop to the parish on Monday. March yOtlf, would be no.meeting of the .Association on date: but .Lho had been prepared for March 30th', uill 'bt! given on April Oth. At tliu meeting there a discussion ori Sabbath observance. Miss Addy will! musical part- of the program. SMUT in seed grain PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY -Anywhere, any time 11 terta Drug and Book Co, I. LHriET, LETIIIittf We are offering the best lots in the North Ward at Each clown and f5 monthly Also two lots Argyle Avenue; water andr8ower j Cash give reading and several of our sincfers v.ill the A- second vice- rryss Association at ovcr'the grand massed choir con will bo. increased as the application president, Ar W. 1 for charter closos on that date. has in town this week in the interests of The Al- berta Musical. Festival to be held in Edmonton on" May There are competitions for choirs, double quar- voice choirs. vocalists .and1 pian- ists. will' lw 'Kheis Thom- of Winnipeg, who will also pre- surer, that the links cast oi Westminster Road, will available again this year. 3f they ore they put in good .shape. , the intention to, hold a A noTkf f What's the matter with Canada's nations! the year? JittVe' cnthus- ANOTHER Big Shipment A SKAP C. B, Bowman Igencyi in Toronto, t _ jccrt'in the evening at which thcro .The Canlsion Star On Satur-! Hi bo orchestra of over 20 day last Tai Sang, who Owns" prizes "aro three silver and confectionery on Main shicVls, seven gold and four' Hit Fe cnthus by t Somelxxiy get and J. Fuller, the Cameron ranch, spent in the city. A. C, Kemmis of Pinchcr and W. M. Maclcod, arc two! legal lights in Iho city today. V. Kojrcrs ami TJorup will F draying and contracting busi- ness, on the first, of the month. Dan Dyer, of London, Ont., brought i a car of settlors effects to the city I last night ar.ri locate in this dis- trict. Mr. ITplon, of Pinrlter Crcok, is trying; the College of Pharmacy ex- a.ininalipns hero under the cagie eyn of J, D. Hicinbolham. i Street, was found guilty of selling i cider to tlirctr Blood Indians, jGcprge silver metlnls. --The C'.TMi. arc giv- rcAinH trip Tor Dogfhild, George Yells ami 0. Stcv- there fees. Programmes ienson, and was fined and and entry forms can obtnincfl from The Indians were fmexl" M. SUas to. whom all entries iliillS5, in apposition to maV.e "a m lacrosse this season. Senatoi'. 'DcVeber Donated a CTip to be competed for by .teams tJvin4 thp X .ri-' Although OF Dry Goods Placed in Stock Today land costs for drunk rj and dis-; tw sent nth. winners fa-- bridg.- s could take only a i the Cal-! second BORN Mr. and Mrs. jr. G.I Seaman, a son, on Sunday, March! 22nd', 1.903.. j L. M. JOHNSTCNE Barrister and Solicitor i Oflice srtljmnhig Union Sank, i Just Received FRESH SUPPLY FORMALI Government Bottled ami" Bulk J, J. Johnston I h aye al I kio4i of land to sell'on "the.crop rajment I plan CALL AM TAU W.RDOB1 Dealer in AUxiria Lwrnls niHi Lot i ibntiipc Properties LETHBRIUpE, ALTJL. of last season's team-arc at present. tho city-nml--are anxious to this In.addition to these .there arc 'several noir play-1 crs here now, two being i j able to secure a situation anywhere. Other uities of last siasonV flayers'have re- ceived tempting offers. Can we find any fault if they accept? Besides, if we arc to have no league .Ixill team we shall a beVtcr ispportunity to help-the lacrosse If conditions wore the sam5, -1 Bst. .yrtn.r jWur riwy.s could win-' tN> r aiTdillonal f strength, nnd Calgary has lost sever- al of'her players. CONSISTING OF Dress Goods and Silks Hosiery and Linens Embroideries and Laces Silk and Leather Belts Wash Belts and.Collars Smallwares Money for You Just a few left of those North Ward Lots is. block from tl'e school r Each cash and per month R. V. Gibbons OU, Block AN ODORLESS ONION California Chinaman Discovered Ht Hat THE CASH STORE ft. Mactalil Co. New York, March The Herald has received ihe following dispatch from San Francisco Wing Hop, a Chinese gardener, who owns a small Inick farm near Fresno, has announ- has outBurbankecl Burbauk and onion. For years Hop, who formerly cd for Mr. Burbank, has been on the protlucton, of an onion which t woxtld have all the qxialifies of the Vegetable, 'bat; would be free or' the or which off ends- many Kowvhe says he has fc his contention js l borne -the statement of "many of the white, neigh- c bora who have inapetied ttjSi jL are now the offjcc vacatal by, H. J. H. Skeith in addition to their 'own ia block. This 'will fatilitnte .t thcjr ;