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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOt MUFTHNC AT THE HERALD life Lethbridge Daily Herald TWt PLACE TO STAY Itai Lrt.kfUjt li til UUil MT( For 1 month we will give 10FER CENT On special lines of RANGES In order to make room for our new stock. Call and inspect for your- self. THE U JUNK CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 4 4 4 W W Columbia Double Disc Records j fele Agents for Lethbridge Store closes at 6.30 p.m. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE v 1st tor West of URiun Bank Phone 251 Aftnts for Underwood Typewriters. Why DR. HESS STOCK FOOD Pays Because it increases the pow- digestion, making one bushel of grain with" Dr. Hess Stock Food equal to nearly two without it. All growth depends upon diges- tio_n. It acts on scientific principles also. It contains bitter tonics recommended by every medical college for improving the appetite and increasing the flow of diges- tive juices; it also supplies the system with iron, the greatest blood and tissue builder: it contains the, ni- trates which expel poison- ous waste material from the system, and laxatives which regulate the bowels. It mak- es animals thrive on dry food just as though they were out at pasture: is there doubt, therefore, about Dr. Hess Stock Food paying? We guarantee it to pay for itself many times over in increased flesh and milk pro- duction, besides curing stock ailments. Sold by J.O. Hiptotliain8CoBlti Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone Night cierk. m of Quality i Have you a supply of Garden We have a wide assort- ment of Ferry's, McKen- zie's and Steel Brigg's in packages and in bulk. These are the best in the market. PHONE 21 G. UHB CO. Onijf WOH Orocery Store In City THE WEATHER. Leihbndge, fair .......Co FORECAST Manitoba, local snow flurries todav but mostly fair. Somewhat colder tonight and on Saturday. THE BEST In high-class Groceries, Fruit, Confectionery, and. Ice Cream at THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY. J SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON GOW 14 CITY AND DISTRICT Emil Smith of Leeds, N.-D-. has bought a section of land twelve miles south east of Stirling. He will return from Leeds with his effects and will proceed to break up the whole section and. put in a crop of winter wheat. DELIGHTED v Thomas Mangin arrived from Hin- nesota with a carload of effects which be took on to Warner. bon't fail to see College Churns at the big matinee at the Lyceum at 2.30 Saturday. J. C Leslie relieviag at the Mer- chants Bank here, has returned to the Calgary branch. T- M. Evans left this morning with a gang of men to work on the canal near Kknball. John Wells of the Wells Land ami Cattle Co., near has return ed from Chicago with, hjs bride; The Vadnais case will be tried ati the Supreme .Court which opens West. CITY AND DISTRICT. Passengers and baggage arriving- at the depoc are still Increasing. Father Lacoinbe, the veteran missionary of Western Canada is in the city soliciting subscriptions for orphan's home that is beinsr es- tablished at this side of Calvary. Big Ladies' and Children's Matinee tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 at the Ly- I ceum. Children Itic. Adults 25c. I A splendid variety of choice home made cook-ay be sold in St.' Augustia's Parish Hall on Saturdav afternoon, from 3 to 5.30 in aid of the Women's Aosilliary. ohu. Blackniore arrived from North Dakota and wont south with a car- load of effects to settle near Coutts. Charits JLvricUsoii Went south a. car of settlors" ellects to Warner. A meeting of the newly formed citv! league football club will be held at, the office of the Western Plumbing and Tinsnithing- Co. This even- ing. A good turn-out of all interest, ed is requested. The funeral JUrs. John Youne: took place to the public cemetery yes terday aiternoon.. Rev. J. M. Har- rison conductird the service. The pallbearers were A. Easton. J. F. Rodgers, L. H. Fowler, F. Rocney. and G-. Neiuig. W. T. Williams from Medicine Hat. formerly from Detroit, Mich., is in, the city and.may open ijp an archi- tect's office. He designed the Cilv Hall and the Cypress Hall at Medi- cine Hat. The latter is acknowledg- ed to: be not only the finest ciuh i building in Alberta, but the finest in 3 lots on 2 blocks south and cast North Ward School, each, monthly payments. J ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 Washing Machines Call and examine our "PASTIME5' washing machine. It will interest Ilie Itib is made of cypress, the interior of maple. The gearing underneath is so constructed that a child' can operate with the largest-washing. Come and get one. Try i if it does not suit bring it back The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. ltd. Corner Duffcrin and Round Street Customers are the rule in our store The best goods, the satisfaction, the mod- ern service methods and the reasonable price of highest grade goods ap- peal to those who give us .their patronage. llterta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I. lllHff, Mgp. BLOCKHEADS are devoid of'thought. A man who .can't think is past all hope and salt can't save him. The saving quality of the subject before-us is clearly defin- ed in the excellence of LUMBER AT THESE YARDS- easy matter "to verify the sav- ing you can make in patronizing us by getting OUT figures.. Besides lum- ber here is always reliable. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23 183 on April 26th. Mr. Theo. Lorch as Svengaii to- night. Don't fail to see him as this famous character. The Sons of England are reminded of the special meeting to be held -to- night at S O'clock in" St A-Ujjustin's Hall., A gun club has been organized at, They expect to have a, team to enter any tournament in j Southern Alberta. There will be a meeting of the Ten- nis Club at the Bank oi Montreal at, 8 pjn. this evening. Everyone in- terested in tennis is invited. The Gun. Club will hold its Satur- day afternoon shoot at 2.30 tomor- row. Air. J. M. Hawthorn, from Archi bald Wright's old store in Winnipes arrived in. the city yesterday and wil look after the dry goods department For-the Bent ley Company, Ltd. Miss.L. McGillvary formerly of thp Hospital staff is visiting: in in town today on her way from To- ronto to ITacleod where she will tafcp a position in the hospital. Paul Nelson Bunn, the seven-year old son of J. N. .Bonn, died yester- day of measles. The funeral wa.s held this morning at 10 from his house near the bridge. .Forty people came up from Dav- toii, Ohio, last week to settle at Jfew Dayton. They came up in the pri- vate car of the D, E. Hunter Land Co. Get your seats reserved for to- night's performance of Trilby at the Lyceum. At the Court of Inquiry for Lcth- bridge.cily this morning the ajrents for both candidates withdrew their objections vo the. disputed ballots which will be counted by the return- ing officer -in. his official count on April 1st. I: at Lyceum. Robert Schoeneman of Hull. Iowa, who purchased six sections in the i Lethnridge district last year is here j for the purpose of beginning- farming- (operations and will probably'.locate j permanently as a resident of the citv. The .Medicine Hat Agricultural So- ciety is holding its first nnnnnl spring stallion show for the' exhibi- tion, sale and exchange of registered stallions on; March 31. The prize list covers seven classes of horses and liberal'prizes are offered. Mr. Rasmus Rasmassen was a call- er at the Pioneer Office on Saturdav. He was on. his way to the photogra- phers, to have a lemon which was grown in his garden photographed. The tree grew from seed planted S years ago and, the lemon has bean growing since last summer. It is fully ripe and a fine specimen. 'What shall hear Pioneer Phc Chinook Club has today let the contract for finishing the sleep- ing apartments on the second floor of the club to the Wm. Oliver Com- pany. This work will be completed at once when the club will have some first class apartments for the use of its members The entnes for the auction sale at. FIT-REFORM These are the sort of suits you'll always see when good dressers get together. Swell enough for a neat dresser, and modest enough for business men. We Can Fit Them All The tall-slim, tall stout, short -stout, sizes 34 to 48 Friers to Other Spring Styles from to Only exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge i Lilc uav ui vvecK. J tomorrow .Board of Trade. did not reac ROOMS to the over-crowded condition' of all the citj hotels, the Board of Trade, in 'or der to help- supply accommodation tor visitors the city, wish to ge in communication with any person who has one or more, rooms that they would' let for the night- or by .th week. The list of .rooms availablt will-be given to -who wil send: transients to occupy them. An swer in; .writing, stating, exact loca tion of room and' price required by the day J. W. 4. v (Saturday) did not reach this office! In f iine to appear in today's issue. It was impossible for the Market, McNicol 89eod brown gelding, four years branded and Mu KCd- inutiDie' oa left shoulder Strayed from near Cit'-v- Reward for re. Parish Hall. Mr, and Mrs. Robt. Wil- son, March 23rd. a Olive OU and Cucumber Soap Biggest value in market J 3 cakes for I0c. J. J. Johnston -QUALITY QUAftTfMt- .FOR FIVE DAYS ONLY We will make A special price of for a Malleable Range Worth 175.00. Highly polished Top, high warm- ing Closet, Large Reservoir. This range is Right up to Mmutt. bridge. 89-6 Mr. Loreh- will present the great K'ew York success tonight at the Lyceum with himself in the role the "Svengaii." We think that in this character" Mr. Lorch will ri- val his own production of Dr. Jekyll I NTEMEDiATE LACROSSE .A. Beting of young men interested ju was :held on 'Wednesdav evening at the' Dallas Hotel. The Intermediate' Lacrosse. Club was re- organized for the season. The follow- ing officers were W. Henderson W "Buchanan H. P. P., J. L.'Man- waring. Hon. Nelson McKay. 1st Vice Whitney 2nd Vice Hopkins. Bradbeer. Eobspn.. Murray, W. Brad- bser, J. McKay. j Moraa. The' league is .expected to, include j Raymond, Macleod, Pincher Creek' and Lethbridge. A convention t-0 complete organization-- of "the league j vill be. held: at Macleo'd..and a, dele-! rate will be sent from each club.- The colors chosen for the teth-i -Intermediate .Club is Eed. and Vhite with a sheaf of., wheat, as. a' monogram. Tb.e practice nia-b's i ;ere fixed for Monday and a "full; CrjIZEN'S DUTY Lethbndge, March 26, 1909 i The Editor Lethbridge Dear the -ridicutous I sight witnessed by Round St. on Monday night the 22iid inst... beg; to call his attention, to tue i fact' that I have caused an enauirv to be made into the conduct of tb'n oflicer on duty that'night. I wottid kindly ask citizen to call at mv of- fice and-he can set a time anost suit- able to himself to prove his state- ments against the officer. you for youi valuable space. Joseph G-illespie.' Chief of newest models styles in latest Millinery are shown in our parlors. Our new spring stock of la- dies' and children's wear will interest you.- We have a beautiful line of WHITE BLOUSES from to L J. McLEAY Redpath St. letliiiriiigc WHERE? Opposite the Ellison Mills WHEN- Like a Band of Music you want any J WtfY? You can get anything you want and you can save That's what, our show cards nnd price tickets do; Tf you have attractive show cards tickets the pub- Us will stop to read what you say. if your goods are right -they will work wonders'for you. H you want more, business get our SHOW CARDS AND PRICE TICKETS. They are .modern in; style and "make up. Order your Easter Show; Cards The Nicholls Sign Co. 306 Redpath St., Lethbrioge, and at Winnipeg WHO The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Lethbridge, New Dayton Hignth fess practice for Thursday night. Lethbridge will accept Kaymond's hallenge for a game of baseball at' Raymond on Good Friday, April 9th: fter this" baseball game a lacrosse meeting will: be held at Raymond, College Chums on Gaturday after- noon matinee by Theo. Lorch and his company. I General Teaming When you. want, your yard cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you want some first-class pianure for garden purposes, better see me, or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. WM TAYLOR WET FEET i cause more cases, of grip, colds and other Winter and Spring disorders than; any other form of j exposure: Therefore, keep your feet