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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta flMtST JOi MUNTWC AT THE HERALD 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY UN II LitHrUfi to Will Mil For 1 month we will give IQ PER CENT On special lines of RANGES Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 In order to make room for our new stock. Call and inspect for your- self. THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash THERMOS BOTTLES What they will do This invention will keep li- quids hot in a satisfactory manner for 24 hours, likewise cold for 72 hours. There is nothing mysterious about this. It is merely bringing into use the scientific fact that vacuum is a non-conduc- of heat or cold. Get one and keep baby's food hot all night. Xo sick room should be without one. For sale at J, 0, Family and Dispensing Chemists, Telephone 49. Night clerk. of Quality We have just opened a shipment of very pretty Dinner Sets Price to SEE THEM i PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CO. Only ONION Srocen Store In City On Thursday, April 1st we will donate5 PER CENT of our entire cash sales to the Presbyterian Pipe Organ Fund. The more you buy from us on Thursday tha more the Church gets. THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 UP-TO-DATE GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY TO THE PUBLIC OF LETHBRIDGE JAMBS B. GIBBON Is Establishing a Transfer, Baggage and General Dray ing Business, and commences operations on April 1st, 1909 With Office in ROOM 3, OTT BLOCK SUCCESSOR TO HAYR-TRANSFER CO. Phone 180 CERT Football Shoes Made in England with Unbreakable Toes and no metal cap. Approved of by the Football Council No player can -afford to be without them. AVe have them :sTi 10 tots all within f mile of Central School, south east end of City. terms. ALBERT E. IVES, O (t o STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. H. EHon aTid son have THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair, -i- Cahjary, clear Leihbridge, clear .Medicine Hat, clear U> turned from Cardstou. j Retina, 34 ...H. S. Allan of Kuymonu was in the j Winniptrg, cloudy...... .IS 34.. J ALL NIGHT SESSION Irfj Quebec, March 3 ri! ture adjourned at 6.30 this morning after an all night Cession. The de- bate over the 'bills for of Catholic Montreal Z VI Protestant and Roman school commissioners "11 city last night. Did you ever laugh more in your Bulletin From Central Office weather throughout the prairie v BIBLES! Presbyterian Hymn Books Methodist Hymn Books and Catholic Prayer Books Store -closes at 6.30 p.m. 4 and the passing- of the colonial esti- mate were the cause of THE BEST YET life than you did at the Eureka last provinces has been mild during- the night? j day and quite frosty at night. Inj Messrs. Crofts and i'enny leave for eastern .Manitoba light snow has fall the session. Crunbrook today on their way TO CrrsU-n, B. C. J. H. Kouoe and friends from Clarissa, Minnesota, parsed througn th Thev are lookin0 for homestead BIG BUNCH-COMING Montreal, March hundred immigrants passed through .the Windsor station today. Three ,Fair and on Wednesdav j fourths are booked for Winnipeg ami en. Other.viso fair weather has been FOKECAST That the program at the Eureka this is the best yet. was plain to be seen last night by the vast au- dience that loudly applauded each and every line. They fairly screamed at Rafferty when he appeared in his song and dance as a ballet girl. Dan j Shields as a Swede k one of the best that has ever appeared in Lethbridge. Clark and Turner as singing and dancing comedians are without a doubt .two of the best, and had to re- j rspond to several encores .before the j audience would cease applauding. J The Raffertys were equally as good, i 1st tar West of Union Ink Phon. 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. not much change in temperature. Saskatchewan and Alberta. Fair txcelient moving pictures between Jmd jnild toriay and on the acts at the Lyceum. No waits, j A little child, Annie Topa. died and i________________________________ j was buried yesterday from her homej CITY AND DISTRICT at Staffordvme. j T A_ Underwood of Grassv Lake. J. B Uronbecu anu J- A- xras in the ritv last niKht: j have taken out real estate licenses m, offlcp- {rom the Globrf the city. I Wernicke Co., for the new school Mrs. Ixatie Palm has purchased ajhas just aiTjVed and is beiajr set up j cottage near the Athletic Park and' by the Tiirpin Furniture Co., the is residing there now. i company's Barents for this district, j J. W. 3LP.P., for Baxter left :'or J.eth- passed through the city on his wav bridse- today where he expects to j to Salt Lake Uity. If you want to see a funny Swede, take up land. In company -with. .M'. Al. ilr. Baxter went wpst j see Uan Snields at the Eureka this j sOmt. months ago, but has week. Plans arc '7 complete j church sciiooi at Raymond, which {will cost about Thomas Underwood of Calgary. j managing director the Diamond and has remained here since, for the new that the west is the He rart, CHAPPY March windy days are hard on delicate and ten- der faces. Our line of fine toilet goods contains the correct thing for my lady's toilet. Something for baby's tender skin also. of the country on the continent. Petcrboro Daily Review. If RafTertys can make you laugh, there's not any hopes of you ever Cixy mines, is in. the city on. his wav j the Eureka. to visit the mine. A syndicate" of- farmers and busi. .Last week .fourteen car loads of settlers' effects were unloaded at Bow Island. Jus. Olquist of Bow Island is in the city oa a business; trip. He re- ports the sale of fifty-two lots at Bow Isiand last week. The Golden West Realty Co. sold three lots on. Cutbill St. this week to an outside jnvxistor, who will erect, two houses on. the property. Bonnell Fnrman have just re- ceived from the Mount Forest Car- riage Co., a car load of buggies and carriages.. A show that is a show at the ceum tonight. and ilrs. J. A. left last. Prescription Specialists I, I.HHfl, MfP. LETIIIIKE As an example .cot a large area in this year. Oko- j night for Hunter's Springs, Mont- j where Mr. -Nei'dig will try to recup- erate from his attack of rheumatism. Parents who have children start ins: "to school tor the nirst time this spring are requested to see that thev are sent on Thursday- next, April 1st An 'attempt is being made to form a Rifle Association in the city. Anv persons .interested are requested to forward their names to Sergrt.-Haior Raven, of the R.N.W.M.P., Harrv Maveety of the Herald Office. Oon't miss seeing Clark and Turner at the Eureka if you enjoy food singing and dancing. Chief G-illespie is back on duty aer- ain today after being off on sick leave for a couple of days. Serat. is ill with scarlet fever and Constable Eddjy has been ill ..but ex- pects to be on duty asrain tomorrow. A meeting of the Lethbridge Citv ness men from Wiaona, Minnesota, have bought acres a.bbut three miles from "Milk River from "the Im- perial Development Co., oi this city. This syndicate are applying for an Alberta" charter and ..will .go ahead development at once. It is their intention to-break about- two thou- sand acres this year. _ Big specialise between the acts at the Lyceum tonight. James B. Gibbon will succeed the Hayr Transfer Col on April 1st. Mr G-ibbons has acted as manager of Hayr Transfer Co. for some months and has established a. reputation for obliging and painstaking. He ND HAND STORE Dear Public: I am stocking a special line of New Mattresses. They have an attractive art tick- ing, double wool faced and sdged, best Excelsior filling. My price is I I T> I M 1 _ J., f Uitu It Was iivt uic raised the second time that order was restored that the program might continue, so great was the applause. The pictures were extremely funny all through and it was nothing but laughter from the beginning of the program to" the finish. ST. LAWRENCE NAVIGATION OPEN Quebec, March on the St. Lawrence is practically open from Cape Rouge outward. The ice breaker Moutcalm is working on the Cape. Rouge ice bridge. J li you can beat this in town.I will go out of busi- ness. Kindly compare .this price ff with others, ami oblige" J Yours faithfully, Magrath, one dark grey mare, four years old, branded TA on right thigh. Reward for in- formation leading to recovery. Jas. Stacey. Magrath, Alia. 92-6 PAINT The Ironite Brand manu- factured from pine Eng- lish lead. Quality guar- anteed, no purer paint in the market and no fancy prices by adding loug pro- fits. We sell our paint for per gallon. House Paint Roof Paint Shi.Mgle Stain Floor Paint Carriage Paint Boiled an d Raw L'nseed Oil The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Cor. Dofferin and Round Street FOR roomed house, hay shed, coachhouse and large hen house, one mile from cen- I ire of town. Best position in the town Frank GJaddington 410 Round St. Telepbone 2S1 2'! for keeping poultry, pigs or cattle; i S600 or easy terms could be arranged, j Apply to Box 1, Herald Office. 93-6 j elevatcTr' and 'steeTsheds C. P. R. TO HAVE PORT OF ITS OWN At of Threatened Competition from White Star and G. T. P. Montreal, March is report- ed that the C. P. K. will shortlv at Pointe, and that all the nice girl for housemaid j ships OJ- the company coming to'Mon- j-work only. Good wages. Apply Box treal wm. anchor, at the wharves, to be constructed there by the company, 'ihis report is based principally on. i5, C-o Herald. '91-0 Two dining room girls at i Alberta Restaurant. 91-0 made Irom Alberta Red -Winter wheat. Football League will be held this cv- Bristo last vear cleared ?2.000 off ening- in the office of the Western a patch of fifty acres. He has also Plumbing Co., beside the Herald's office. All interested invited to at- tend. "In at the Lyceum to- night. Get your seats early. W. J. McICtana of Sherbrook, Que.. as a traveller who covers the entire Dominion of Canada, says, "I reoeiva more enquiries concerning the oitv of men whom I come: in contact with, than of anv town or city in Western Canada. Lethhridge is certainly well advertis- ed throughout the east." Seats on sale all day at the Lyceum. Get seated before that time. W. 0. Simmons will repres-rnt the M. W. of A., District 18, at Mac-, leod tomorrow .as'legal adviser in the {conference with the Western Operators' .Association. 'Clark and Turner, singing and danc- ing comedians at the Eureka tonight. BLOCKHEADS are devoid of thought. A man can't think is past all hope and fait can't save him. The saving quality of the subject before xxa is clearly defin- ed in the excellence of LUMBER AT THESE YARDS. It's an easy matter to verily the sav- ing you.can make in patronizing as by getting our figures.. Besides lum- ber always reliable. has secured part of the -Hayr Trans- fer Co.'s outfit and will on April 1st be equipped to -do all kinds of drav- injr an-tl cartage. The office of the new firm will be located in the ;Oti Block. Auction sale of horses, farm implements, etc., at Bonnell Furman's livery barn oh Saturday, April 3 at 2.30 p.m. W. L. Wilson, auc- tioneer. Phone 189. STILL BORING FOR GAS AT CALGARY .Calgary, March on the gas well is going steadily on and downward night and and the deep hole is now -down feet and cased from -the top to within 26 feet -of the bottom. The work is pushed .as rapidly as conditions allow. GAS EXPLOSION Welland. Out., March workmen earned Smith, Pitts and White had the; skin .burned off their faces and hands by an. explosion in the regulator house owned by. the Provincial Natural Gas Company at Stevensville yesterday- as a result of one of the men having a lighted ei- in his hand- Lumber Company Ld 23 123 KODAKS And Eastman photogra- phic supplies. On .the of these goods depend re- sults. We have them ar- rive every week by express J. J. Johnston Pivrtiptfon Droffitt -QUALITY FOR TWO DAYS ONLY We will mike A special price of 154.00 for i Malleable Range Worth Highly polithcd Top, high warm- ing Closet, Large Reservoir. This range is Right up to the Minute. What the People are Saying Western "II you lire crot of towa wriU ai." Wh'.n You Want PLUMBING HEATING OR LIGHTING Their Prices are Right Theii Work is Right Their Treatment is Right VISIT OUR SHOWROOMS NEXT DOOR TO HERALD OFFICE Phone 266 Box 417 that the company has secured an option on the farm of Mr. j-Hormisdas Lapointe, for a sum of This farm is situated i'bf T.etreaultville, and has a frontace four and a half acres on the'fiver- i si-de- The ship, channel at. this point i point is only one hundred -and 'fiftv i feet from the shore, and it- is .esti-i I iii-ated that the deepening-.required to I i reach the proposed wharves would j I cost a comparatively small sum. It appears that the company has had ah engineer at work along the river front there -for some time past, tak- ing soundings and observing the cur- rent, and his report is said en-j .tirely favorable to the .project. on the new improvements is expected to commence at an earlv date. That the company should be con- sidering a project of this kind will cause np. surprise those who have watched the rapid growth of its At- lantic fleet. At the-present time the company has no fewer thanf sixteen vessels in this ileet, with the prospect 'of others being, added at an earlv date. -The congestion of business In the iVTontreal harbor, despite the im- mense improvements which are beinj? barrif-d on there, has Taeen felt consi- derably by the C. P. R... and if, bv building a port of its own, the company can; have La free hand in; shipping: facilities, as well as in es- tabHshmg Its o-wai railway- terminals adjoining, the: wharves, it would cer- be the gainer. --Further, it saved the rent of sheds" J 3n shipping circles, it is.considered- that the new project is the result "of the coming competition of the .White Star line in the port of Montreal. The -'Laurcntic' and the j two huge srrew vessels which are to i run Montreal and Liverpool vMs season for the White Star line, are larger than the 'Empress' vessels of the C.- P. ft; and draw more wat- er. These vessels will be but the -nu- cleusof a ileet which will work in cpri: nection the Grarrd Trunk and t-he Grand, Trunk and H Sft-ariils to reason that-if a rival com- pany can brinp such gigantic vessels to the C.P.R. will have to bring the press' boats up. in-' staac! of.stopping them at Quebec, in, order to meet the I WHERE? Opposite the Ellison Mills WHEN Every time you want ;iny WHY? You can get anything you want, and you can save I mone WHO The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Letlibridge, New Dayton ft Kigrath GET IN ON QUICK Some good bargains in Real Estate Yet to be had f Ide C. 8. Bowman Hgency PJ. link TO BE CALGARY'S STREET CAR MANAGER 11 Port Arthur, March H. Me- j Cauley leaves tomorrow for Calgary I to accept the-management of "the' street, railway. F 550 CASH Two of the best lots in R1VERVIEW On water R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK J i Cottage on two lots modern and close in. Built in style. good terms Beagle Maxwell Land Co. Good 5 room ror on wj tmM, ia. t 320 acm, from elevator, per acrt down, baL crop parmont W. It DOBBIN eV CO. Phono 122 ;