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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMST HUNTING AT THE HERAL.O The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO ita n utkWi n tta wan HIE For I month we will give PER CENT On special lines of RANGES In order to make room for our new stock. Call and inspect for your- self. THE HICK HftRDW CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for i phone P.O Box 670 i I Baseball Guides For 1909 Tie Sporting Goods Store Store closes at 6.30 p.m. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Boor West of Union lend Phont 261 Agents for Undarwood Only a Cold If neglected may lead to catarrh, chronic bronchial ailments or consumption Higinbotham's Imp oved Quinine Tablets (LAXATIVE) Are a scientific combin- ation of cold stopping drugs better by far than ordinary quinine. Price 25c per box at J.O. Ugrintti.Bftto.lU Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. ,_., The 01 We just opened a shipment of very pretty Dinner Sets Price to SEE THEM PHONE 21 G. BHBEi CO. Only" Grocery Store in City On Thursday, April 1st we will donated PER CENT of our entire cash sales to the Presbyterian Pipe Organ Fund. The more you buy from us on Thursday more the Church gets. THE GOOD CO. PHONE W UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PROMPT _ DELIVERY I TONIGHT The Jeanne Russell Co. to Present "In Missouri." Augustus Thomas famous play "In will be given :it the Ly- ceum tonight and the grand success of this play throughout the U. S. means a big .treat for theatre goers of our city tonight. Such plays as "The Squaw "The American will follow up this performance. An- other feature of this company is the fact of specialties between the acts including moving pictures of the high- est type. There will be not waits at all between the acts but one continu- ous round of pleasure and entertain- ment from 8.30 to 11 p.m. "In Missouri" at the Lyceum to- night Get your seats .early. W. H. Draper, of Montreal, inspec- tor of Molson's Bank was in the citv on Saturday and was very favor- ably impressed with business condi- tions in Lethbridtre. i Vigorous Endeavours to give our customers the best atteut- ion, the best goods and I the purest medicines prove .the reason for coming again and again. you know? llberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists 1, I, Ngf, BLOCKHEADS arc 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 CIH AND DISTRICT Thomas Paulson ij starling break- ing- today ut Coaldale. iTed N. Harris from -Michigan is a visitor in the city and -district. Mr. and JLrs, T. 13. Dunham have arrived in the city to reside hero. Excellent movirrg pictures between the acts at the Lyceum. No waits, Mrs. K. Morton Jones arrived from the east en. the Flyer last night. Pluuistoel, from Clinton, Ont., is visiting K. -I. Bill 01 this city. X has been transienvd to "the branch of the Merchants Bank here. Don't miss the Tureka, the only family vaudeville theatre in the city. ,J. B. Aloore, iroin Kentucky, is in the city looking over the district and will probably settle in the district.... Lester Benm-tt of Detroit, ilich-, has arrived in the city to take a po- sition with W. A. Ott. 3Ir. and Mrs. A'daui ULnk left for J-jdinontou on Saturday on a short visit. It. V. Gibbons has gone to .Roches- ter, Minn., to enter the St. Mary's Hospital there for special treatment. Messrs. E. Crofts and A. Penny, from England, on their way to Cres- ton, B. C., are spending a few davs in, Lethbridge. A show that is a show at the Ly- ceum tonight. Jas- A. Macdonald, architect, is calling for tenders for the Bank Building for thy Bank of Montreal at Magrath. The Directors of the Agricultural Society neld a meeting- on Saturday night and decided to spend in repairing the stables at the -grounds. Excavation work is completed for the new hall -being erected on the cor- ner oi Ford and Wood Streets. ConT struction work will begin tomorrow: Xnox Church congregation have de- cided to instal a pipe organ. This was the decision reached by the con- gregation at a congregational meet- ing last night after the evening- ser- vice. The organ will be a "very'fine one costing between four and five thousand dollars. The Rafferty's in a big Irish com- edy act at the Eureka tonight. The.T.urpin Co. hare received a car of furniture sectional book cases, olhce desks, go-carts, and oth- er additions to their already im- mense stock, of furniture. D.E- Hunter, President and G-eneral Manager of the D. E. Hunter Eealtv Co. last week on a business trio to Dayton, He wifl return on April 6th with another pros pective purchasers and settlers. Seats on sale all day at the Lyceum for "In Missouri." H- O- Bollag with his father and three- brothers, arrived a few days ago from Sisseton, S. D.. with four carloads of settlers' eu'ects to locate aboui twelve miles east of Stirlimr. Farming operations are in full swing- at Coaldale. Considerable land has been sown. Three steam breaking outfits have already started promptly at the ceum. Get seated before that time. "Walter Jordan was in Maisieod yes- terday taking the services in the Me- thodist .Church there for Hev, W. A. who was called away by the, death of his mother at Stonewall. Man. The Hick Hardware Co. have secur- ed the services of W. R. Halpenny an expert hard ware-salesman, of Listo- well, Ont., and are now in a .better position than ever to take care of the wants of their many customers. Caledonian Society have pur- chased the old Presbyterian Church which they will fix up -and use as a hall. They intend to make it one of the best halls in. the city. The price for two lots and the building was Clark and Turner, singing and danc- ing comedians at the Eureka tonight. THE WEATHER Calgary, clear .......06 28 Lethbridge. clear Medicine Hut, clear Regina, cloudy Winnipeg, fair .......OS Bulletin From Central Office Light or fliuficS have oc- curred in many districts of the prai- rie provinces. The weuther has been moderately cold in Alberta and _ Sas- katchewan and comparatively mild m Manitoba. FORECAST and moderatelv coId tiXlay and on Tuesday. Saskatchewan and to day and Tuesday. Tuesday high- er temperature. It's an easy matter-to verify the sav- ing you can make in patronizinf us by getting our figures. Besides lum- ber here is always reliable. Lumber Company Ld 23 tad 123 KODAKS ii And Eastman photogra- phic supplies. On the FRESHNESS of these goods depend re- sults. We have them .ar- rive every week by express J. J. Johnston i -QUALITY i Dfofgiflt QUAflTint- CITY AND DISTRICT. j S. A. ot Toronto, de-j c-ree master of the C.O.O.F- is in the city and expects to organize a lodcrs of hi? order here. C. B. Tomlinson, accoxmtant of Poison's Bank, is in the hospital with scarlet fever. Doctor McNallv reports that he is progressing favor- ably. rl. J. who conies from sota, has just purchased lots in Coal- dale. He will commence the erection of a dwelling- at once. He will erect a hardware store building and put in a complete line of hardware. Mrs. A. of Medicine Hat, who has -been, visiting her son R. A. Wright of this" city, left this morn- irm to visit another son at Taber, She has live sons in the jewelry bus- iness in the West and she is on a vi- sit round them all. T. M- Evans, who has returned from a trip to Ivimball, reports that the farmers are all busy at spring work. There is prospect of a grand harvest unless something un- foreseen happens. The fall wheat has come through the winter in splendid shape and is beginning to sprout- Miss }IcLeay, who has milliner r -tores in. Maple Creek. Medicine H-at. and Leth-bri-dge, has opened out a branch in Red Deer, with-Miss Weir in charge, in Miss Bow's oM stand, where she will next week have a full stock of spring Deer Advocate. There are already over five hunn- re-d and fifty entries for the Alberta Provincial Horse Show on April to S. This ftxceeds the number ot entries at the Winnipeg Horse Shows which in 1907 were from four hund- red and twenty and in 1908 four hun- dred and eighty. The Citizens Band has found it ne- cessary'to find larger rooms for their rehearsals, and the Knights of Pv- thias hall has been secured for Tues- day and Friday nighte; -This popu- laronranization has practically dou- bled its strength during the winter months and now numbers -about tbir ty-five pieces, which with several oth- ers, who have applied for member- ship, will enable Bandmaster Harper to.put on a Band, during the comirur season, consisting pf forty pieces, probably the biggest band in the pro vince. ANOTHER ONE Commencing' touigbr another excel- lent program will be presented at the Eureka. Clark and Turner, singing and dancing comedians; the Kaffertys in a big Irish comedy and the best motion, pictures that can bo obtained makes this popular family theatre the best place in the city to pass a most enjoyable evening. No pictures are ever shown that will hurt the most refined taste and the vaudeville is always clean and high class. TOOKE'S "Barrister" COMES'IN 2. 2% AND 25a IN. 2 FOR 25C. ALSO IN IRON FRAME FOR soc. TOOKEBROS, LIMITED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS. TIES. VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Big specialties between the acts at the Lyceum tonight. j _____ A- M. Grace, chief engineer of tbo j Southern Alberta Land Co.. left thej R. C. Farris. the" cashier at city this morning to drive north, to city office. Is off duty owing to see about the work of the companv. the ill- LYCEUM TO-NIGHT The Jeanne Russell Co. PRESENT "IN MISSOURI" One of the best bills ever presented Big specialties between the actsr iricltfdmg Moving Pictiires of the highest type No waits between acts Prices 25c., and 75e. nice girl for housemaid work only. Good wages. Apply Box 5, C-o Herald. 91-O dining room girls at. Alberta Restaurant. 91-0 FOR THREE DAYS ONLY We will A special price of for Malleable Worth t75.M. Highly polithed Top, high Warm- ing Closet, RcMrveir, This range is Right up to the Minute. Watch FOE BAY WEDNESDAY SOLE AGENTS, THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON 4 GOW Three Choice Lots on Ford Street. Water and Sewer. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 PAINT The Ironite Brand manu- factured from pme Eng- lish lead. Quality guar- anteed, no purer paint in the market and no fancy prices by adding long pro- tits. We sell our pa-int for per gallon.. House Paint Roof Paint Stain Floor Paint Carriage Paint Boiled.and Raw L'nseed Oil The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Cor. DufFerin and Rcncd Street OUR LETFER BOX. CRITIC CRITICISED 29th. 1909 To the Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear Sir, Referring to paragraph relating to Parks and Boulevards un- der "Dud's Council" in your issue of Saturday, March 27th. This is intended to give the impres- sion that the work being done now in placing good soil-'.oil certain bou- levards is costing more than, it would have cost had-it been done last sea.- son by the contractors. I wish to say that" this is' not -the case and that the work would have keen an equal additional expense if done by- the Grading" Contractors- last season just the same as under 1.he methods tit present'employed bv the Parks and Boulevards'C'pmm'itteo fin fairness .and justice to those- of us who .are doing our utmost im- prove and beautify the City, which work the has been advo- cating ;sp strongly, the "Herald'' mignt refrain from publisMng mis- misleading statements which convey the impression that :the City7'money is being wasted when such stater ment.8 are not in accordance with the facts. _. ;.v Yours C. il., Arnold. 'City WHERE? Opposite the Ellison Mills WHEN Everytfme you want uny WHY? You can get anythiog you want and you can save money WHO The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Uthbridge, let Diyton i Migntk rent a small house, about six -Apply- .P. .0. Box 136. -.'..-.I- 91-2 as engineer on breaking outfit. Have hadjfour years experience- Have license" for '500 horse power in Alberta and. .amv-'a machinist by trade. Direct Box Herald Office. 91.6 FOE roomed centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house and four lots, ,on West-minster Road. Apply S J. McDiajmid, Box 376. 91-O GET IN ON QUICK Some good bargains in -waitress ior hotel. Ap- ply Box 10, Herald Office. 91-1 Cfl, 'If you lire out of tcwn GRAND OPENING Dakota Pool Hall TOMO R ROW NIG H T Citizens' Band in attendance. Finest Pool, Billiard and Shoe Shining Parlor in the V. RODGERS Prop. W. M. MVRRAY Kean Block, Oppctile the Post Office, Old Stand Some fjopd quarters were thrown open at the laM office this monxiuc: and as a result there was a good crowd on hand. About a dozen, canio- cd out all yesterday afternoon and last night. One man located on-the door stop on" Saturday afternoon and held his claim until this W.L Wilson Auctioneer Dealer in all kinds of new and second hand house- hold effects. Corner Gljn and Ford Streets. Beside Irrigat- ion Building. Yet to be Lad Tte C. L Bowman Igency 7.1. i- 4 i i I; CASH Two of the best lots in RIVERVIEW On water R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK FOB chair, almost new, revolving and reclining, air cushion. Will sell cheap. Address Box 9, Lethbridge Herald. 914 W. It. painter, house painter, paper hanger, writer, etc- 25 Argyle Ave. Phone Entirt of proptmrnt it thi tonifhf. Don't mJM it. W.R.DOUINACO. 122 ;