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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., SATURDAY, MARCH 27, II PAGE SEVCH T. E. PATTERSON. Office. Oliver BlocJc. Phone 887. ..i-A ORDER YOUK Coal from Phone 237. Best and cleanest on the Prompt delivery at your home, and weight guaranteed. ;a From a Western Window DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- perty means higher prices tomorrow. .Buy today. Any locality on easy terms. Too Wise I wouldn't want to be so wise I'd always know the truth from lies. my friend, I tell you flat I wouldn't be as wise as that. I met a man the other day., He grasped my hand, then dashe'd "I liked that thing you said somethihe that annealed to FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON he, crop payment plan or spread over a j" 'Twas term of years at C per cent. me." DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF j being burned out. Now is the time to He hurried on when this he'd said; insure yaur house Lowest board rates. and furniture. YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN PIANO, j The best is none too good for you. J Buy a Heinteman and you will be j satisfied. Easy terms or discount for i cash. Orders and correspondence so- licited. Phone No. 287. He didn't say just what he'd read. I'd not have been so pleased, you see, If I had known he'd lied to me. James P. Haverson. March Canadian A Great Chance for Investment "We have secured control of five acres of choice Vancou- ver property, only one block from electric railway. Guar- anteed to be free from heavy timber or stumps. We are selling this for a short time in one-quarter acre lots at One Hundred Collars per lot- Terms easy. Get in on it how. Apply to Itie Cooailieo Heei Estate t Go. A friend said to me the other day 1 "When I want really interesting reaci- j ing I go to the advertising columns of the and while one I would hesitate long to grieve the ed- itorial staff of newspaperdom by cort- j curring, still if, is to be acknowledg- I ed that modern advertising is far I from -being "stale, flat and unprofit- i able." One is constantly finding new and undreamed of information {in advertisements of pills and beauty j renewers which it seems, if taken in time and in sufficient quantities, are i warranted to improve on Nature's j "prentice Most of the ad- j vertising matter that, is turned out appeals especially to women.. but here is one that has a pertinent in- terest for the man of the house. It's called a "Clock and like the Thermos bottles now so widely baby's many of them in our own city) whose mantels he enlivens. As for Billi- kin himself, the idea never entered his merry bald head. He must have had quite a shock then when, sim'L ing blandly on the world in the in- tercets- of a theatrical productioh.Staff 'Inspector Stephen of Morality Depart- ment, Toronto, came along and cover- ed him up, secure-from public view. No doubt behind the bit of he considers> it a huge joke on Toronto JUKI looking at it Across the contin- ent we cannot help smiling with him. Toronto Saturday lines which will one here and there Night has these to many a who keeps the been been found in all classes of little manikin on his desk and has a policeman's helmet or grown attached to him: a cap and even in rov.nl They covered up poor Billiken, and and ecclesiastical circles, under the 1 crown of an Jimperor or the red hat o i a Cardinal. ANNE a paper patch must hide Ins glee; smiled grotesquely for a while and then The censors came and covered Billi- ken. In rt'ply to March Hare's ques- tions ns to men's headgear, 'twould be H -matter of currying coals to New. castle to attempt an answer. Who could speak on that topic with more tolling effect than he himself? If March Hare knew only half so much of the millinery accoutrements of his own sex as he does of the Merry Widow he might well set up as a modern Beau Brummel. He must too, that in polite sAci..tty going ''below the surface" is tabooed and a discussion such as he suggests "on brains" would be dan- gerous in the extreme and apt to lead one into a libel suit. Some modern it Browning or Matthew that one cannot tell by the look of a frog how far he will jump. Neither can one tell by the size, shape or color of a- hat the quality of thy gray matter be- neath. An X-ray machine is needed for that. This, therefore, is a ques- tion for the British Medical lion. However, we may remark j the other, but it was brains in varying .quantities have i....i .._ "Bronchitis" generally of a, oold by exposure to and inclement weather, and if dangwotu inflammatory affec- tion of bhe bronchial tubw. The Symptoms are tightness acrow the chest, sharp psimi And a difficulty in breathing, of thick jih'i.-jjni, at first white, bat of greenish or yellowish color. Neglected Bronchitis in one of most general causes of Consumption. Cure it at once by the use o> Dr. V'ood't Norway Pine Syrup. Mrs. D. D. Miller, Allandule, writes My hizsfcand got a byttlc of Dr. j Norway Pine Sj'trup for little tjirl who had Bronchitis, whuezwl .so J badlv vou could hear her from one to It cannot that he suggested strife. Like an abandoned pistol or a knife, Which stir up brain storms in the minds of men; could see the effect your medicine hud on her. That was last winter when we li vcd in Toronto. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. 13. Morton Jones is expected back from the East about the first of The fallowing ironi the Vancouver Saturday. Sunset will be of interest to the friends of the groom here: high noon on Wednesday, Christ That, was not whv thev covered Billi- i Church was the scene of the charm- ken. We have seen stranger' feces in this age Described' n.s "striking" on a social page. advertised, which keep the These men were not defending beauty bottle warm all night, this when new invention aids in the conserya- Thev came and COVered up poor Billi- i greatlv to the beautv of th tion of heat. It's a machine which 'ken ingly pretty "mid-Lenten" weddin of Miss Ethel Whitehead and Mr. 6. 0. Nesbitt of the Bank of Montreal She hod a bad cold this winter, but in- stead of getting another bottle of i .Norway Pine Syrup, 1 tried a home i made receipt-which, I got from a neighlwr I imt found that her cola lasted a twice long. My husband highly praises Or. i and says he will see that a bottle'! it :s always kept in the house." It is put up in a yellow wrapper, thrw j pino trees the trade mark, the price 2i> j Be sure aod accept cone of the many THE Fashion! Cafe IS Everything new. clean and up-to-date. White es. Excellent nienu, Short orders at all hours QUONG SANG Proprietor Ford Street, beside Office Block Post OFFICE-BRYAN BLOCK Above the Eureka Theatre, or P.O. 387 Lethbridge, Alberta. seems to be almost human in' its workings. Indeed if it does what it's Nobodv evcr vet has raised a call and sen of the late Rev. G. H. Nesbitt of Toronto. The Rev. C. C. Owen performed the ceremony. The floral decorations, lovingly taken .by the many girl "friouds of the sweet and popular bride added ttur The bride was brought in and giv-. ,i the guest of honor at many gay little functions in the last week or so leaves on Tuesday for Winnipeg, and expects to spend some time there be- fore leaving for her home in Mont- real. Everything in season served tastily at Coaldale In ic HG3iaui8fll Block They say the Alberta Restaurant la a. good place to go for a good meal. Open Day ana Night Sho t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 claipjed to do, it does mucn more than many even after some gentle wifely persuasion. This machine is wound up at To drape the gargoyles on the City- They still stand, grotesque guards, around Big Ben, i But'they have'covered up poor Billi- ken. But mark, this little god came from some star Where he has learned to "see .things I away by her father, Mr. J. M. "ft h j head and looked sweetly oretty and graceful in her handsome i of duchess satin with graceful r ,-3 f lace and smart silk fringe. I ho al bouquet was of white and Fejtjndjjravel Roofing We will have a first class outfit and experienced roof- ers prepared to lay this Permanent Roofing on good buildings this spring. Let us talk over cost with you Boyd, Goode Co, 5, Bryan Block furnace in the morning, so that the dampers have been lifted and the fire burning merrily by the time the house gets up." Then, as if that were not enough, it checks the lire if too hot, or automatically opens dampers, if cold, leaving the head of the house to enjoy his toast and coffe.e in peace without the harrow- ing consciousness that "that fyrnace should be attended to." The Therm- ostat may bs set at any degree of temperature, and it will keep the house at that degree of heat till you ;wish it altered. i it sounds very cheerful and ought, to make a difference in marriage since it does so, well, I why not go on? What is to hinder it from, cleaning out clinkers and emptying the ashes? Since it is so i clever as to do the really hard part, i A V the wakening up in the morning, i I surely such a simple tiling as at- j tending to the ash panj would be j i quite easy. i 'v'All plumbers and heating en- i gineers" can put this device on iur- j naces. so we are told, and it is a as they are." Ti-s said he only started grinning when Our human follies dawned on Billi- ken. If he beheld the iocal "powers that be' Acting as censors, he would shriek with glee; save their dignity, these honest men Were forced to cover up poor Billi- keu. F.J. Imported Silks f In Ladies' and Gentle- men's Wear and in Web at Chow Sam's OUR PRICES i'ety tompetmon Have yori seen our assort- ment of CHINESE AND JAPANESE WARE? I Chow Sam Co. ternoon of last week, when a steady stream of callers dropped in for a pleasant hour over the teacups. The recepliori room was deliciously fra- grant with the odor of white hya- cinths, while a great pink and white azalea queened it in splendid magni- ficence on a side table. Mrs. Bulyea was wearing her amethyst chiffon velvet Direetoire gown, exquisite in the beauty of its coloring and the rich jewel passementerie that elaborates the slight form of the bndy was enveloped in a cloudv veil tulle fastened bv a pale bj'iL ru-ssa- mail tMctuuiatts line silk with large hat of same shade j jt--, Tihe, rscePti.oa so crowded and pink roses, wearing the groom, ,a handsome DON'T KNOV HEART AFFECTED. More People than Aware of It Have Heart Disease. "If examinations were made of ever. pity that- Spring is so nearly" here" oae' surprised at the nun or we might try it. It may be well j Jer of persons walking about suffering frur: to keep it in mind ior next winter. This startling statement made by tlncioc at a recent inquest.' "I should Bnage hostesses in town who have j say that heart disease is as coiasin..- as this would' Raid the expert. become acquainted with Billikin, the I little "god of tilings as they are, and have given his little smiling im- j age as a bridge a most j appropriate one to have good i these people may congratulate them- j selves that they do not live in To- ronto The Good. "Billikin for the benefit of those i unfortunates who have not seen Trim, [is. a little "god" of mirth and good i cheer, whose little ivory face is for- ever creased in a -smile as famoui i as that of Sunny Jim of. break. food fame. There is a legend that no one can look at the quaint little fig- ure without laughing, and if you have [once seen him you -will know why. It would seem then that such a jol- ly- little exponent of the gospel of "Grin" would be warmly welcomed in Toronto, as a humble aid hi mak- ing the race happier, but as a matter of iact it's quite the other way. The Intpector of Morality has discovered i that poor little Billikin is immoral. His creator, Miss Florence Pretz, iwho made-drawings of the little good- luck god in Canada West some months ago, Sidnrt know he was. Nor did -the. people (and there are Get our on Corrugated Iron (ralvamzed and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles Before buying eliewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal'Shingle and Siding Co.'s "roods in stock OLIVER'S WKTURING CONFINY Office and Factory Cor. I0IIKD ind IOMPJIS SHEETS Telephone 153 Yird, Soitb Si Phone 195 "but 1 am sure that the number of going about with weak hearts must be very Hundreds of pe'ople go about their daily work on the rerge of death, and yet do not know it. It is only when the shock comes shai kuis them thai the unsuspected weak- ness of the heart is made apparent." "..Out undoubtedly heart weakness, not ilispafsii, is more prevalent nowadays. I should think that; the stress of living; the wvar and rush of morem business life, iia-.e a iou to do with heart trouble." There is no d iubt but that this is correct, artrl we -would strongly advise atry one .fullering in any way from heart trouble tt. Erv course Miioum's Heart and Nervo Price 50 ets. per box or 3 boxes for at all dealers or will be mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. FLUTTERING OF THE HEART. Mrs. G. M. White, WjlHamstbwn, N.B., writes: I was troubled wiih weak spells and fluuerjng of heart. I was so bad I could lie dr.wu in bed. I proctired a hox of Mi'burti's Heart and Nerve Pills and, they heVi-d me so much I got another box and it hn< nij.de a final cure. I'cannot speak too highly of them. I think they are worth their weight in gold." ilia ?iFr gold chain and cross, with her sister as brides- maid. Mr. A. B. Fraser was best man. Mr. H. H. Smith and Mr. Ivan. Smith acted as ushers The groom's gift to the bride was a beautiful dia- mond and sapphire ring., to the best man cuff links and to the ushers stickpins. Mrs. "Whitehead wore a handsome mauve satin and re- ceived her guests at her home, Thur- low street, after the ceremony. After the dejeuner and congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Nesbitt left ior Toronto, where they will spend some time. The bride wore a becoming travelling suit of taupe cloth and hat to m-itch. Many handsome gifts were made to the bride, who has always been. Dt-st loved where she is best known. Mrs. C. E. Brandow who has been in the hospital for some weeks re- turned to her home on-Tuesday. Alderman G. M. .Hatch and Miss Judy have gone south to revisit old friends in their former home in Mon- tana. Miss Ruby Young, 1041 .Comox St., entertained informally on Thursday evening in. honor of "her sister, Walter S. Aylesworth, of Lethbridge, Sunset. Miss Isobel Jackson, who has been but that everyone had the pleasure of j a _ quiet little chat -with gentle i mistress of the house, before passing on to the tea-room, whe_re the table was a Spring poem with its great bowl of' red and yellow variegated tulips reflected yet again in its mor- ror base, while yellow shaded can- dles and yellow satin streamers out- lined the looking-glass pond. Here Miss Babbit, Mrs. Tory, Mrs. Har- court and Miss Jessie Belcher did the honors; being kept more than News. Among the items about sports in the St. John's, Nfld., Evening Chron- icle, lately, was a report of a curling match between four ladies: Miss Prowse, Mrs. Duder, Mrs. R. G. Reid and Mrs. J. Harvey, skip, and four gentlemen, Messrs. A. Donnelly, R. B. Job, J. S. Munn, Hon. J. Har- vey, skip. The ladies won by a score of 17 to 10, and the match -was played "wi stanes" and not with.' curling tongs! Rev. A. M. Gordon expects to de- liver the dedication sermon at the opening of the new church in Ma- grath on Sunday. Rev. J. A. Clark, of Calgary, will preach in Knox Church here, and on Monday even- ing will give a lecture on "Joan of at the open meeting of the fort; nightly club in the schoolroom of Knox Church. Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily i JOHN BRODIC IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA HEAD Capital Authorized............ Capital Paid Up............... D. R. Wilkie President Hon. Robert Jaffray Vice-Pres. Accounts of Corporations. Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS Special attention is given to.Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards rt ceived and interest allowed at current rate from date or deposit. Lethbridge Branch, W. P. SEATLE, Manager Begin Block, Round St., beside Bentley's Store FOR SALE A Transfer Business J with one of the best connections in Lethbridge. to be sold at once, consisting of Eight Teams, Wagons, etc. NEW BARN standing on three lots, in the centre of the city, particulars apply For further P.O. BOX 27 Patented Sectional Houses M anufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- Lumber, in latest de- Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a house S, A. Spencer MZXT ad NUtt, MACLEOD LETHBRIDGE The lerta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET Lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Rd. FROM EACH TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Apply Ukifti taNify Nil IrHfrtiii d, (liid GET W. LWH50N THE AUCTIONEER HE GIVES SATISFACTION Wholesale Liquor Merchant Phone 50 P.O. Box 87 When looking for your spring supply for anything in the Line We would be glad to have you call and inspect our stock We know we can give you complete satisfaction in both quality and price of goods. If you require a stove, our steel range THE SURPRISE at combines quality with low prices This is a modern and serviceable stove. Anticipating a heavy demand for BUILDERS' HARDWARE we stocked a complete line. Let us show you our stock. If you are a carpenter, we can supply you with anything you require in CARPENTERS' TOOLS We hear many kind words re- garding our complete supply of Tinware, Graniteware and Kitchen Helps We would like to show you some of our labor-saving articles in this line. All our BATHROOM FIXTURES are of the best quality, durable, and of attractive design. Let us show you that the old-established firm knows how to look after your requirements in hardware and save you money C. W. GRAY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA ;