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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Is To Fill The BiB For A Greater Lethbridge First PfizB com- petition id Glarenu Sherlock handle all kinds of fine dressed and rough lumber, including scantlings, boarding, celling, roofing, siding, shingles, laths, etc. A LSO doors, windows and frames. a complete stock of lime, brick, plaster, ce- ment, building paper, tar paper and coal. AND we have the agency for Ruberoid Roofing ND everything is the best of its kind. genuine Store in A HIGH CLASS STORE is not necessarily a high priced store. We claim to have the only High Class Lethbridi-'e and we also claim to sell our goods at as low a percentage of profit, and in many cases lower, as any other store in the city. Everything we sell AY e g u a r n n t ce f i rs t class and If you arc not perfectly satis- fied you can have your money hack if you ask for it. A fresh lot of Lea's Pickles just received in large 16 oz. bot- tles. Either Chow, Gherkins, or Mixed. Per THINK ROOSEVELT WAS INDISCREET lu His Utterances Cairo Before the Students at Condon, .March Presi- dent Hooseveil's address before the students at the University of Egypt yesterday, has attracted considerable comment here, where there is a dif- ference of opinion as to the good or BUILDING AT BURDETT ALBERT BREAKING DOWN Xew Town to the East is En j y i ng Pros perl {Burdett for a revival thoi 'htif in Burdett early tins' scasur. .-ire the brightest. During' the ten days Frank Clark has Says Will Tell All About the Crime completed two dwellings, one of which he is occupying himself and the other will bo rented or sold. J. R. Bradley, 29.-AlthouKh M- berL Wolter> the youth accused o[ Ruth wheeler in his rooms lheu strangling her and burning detcctivcs to give him until Wednesday when he dc- t-larod, "I'll tell you the whole-truth" i There was small indication today jthat his accusers meant to let up for a moment in their pressure for a con- ERUPTIONS ON THE SUN Disturbances Visible SEED POTATOES Carr's High Class English Bis- curs, all varieties to choose from at, Per Ib. evil effects of his plain talk. Wh0 has recently returned from the In denouncing the assassination of, Boundary country, has started the the late premier, Boutros Pasha Chali.iconstruction of n. home in the nun.D- Col. Roosevelt did not mince hte! eastern portion of the town, words with a view to avoiding of-i Alfred .Mitchell is doubling the cap- fence to the Nationalists, a great panlivclty of his cafe by constructing smneil lo to the full for or whom ha, openly sympathized with i kKehc'n and additional sloepii no- j of'his icoimnodatlou on the north side ot Ukm_ oven from men- The Radical press to-day takes 1UIS the east side of his nool juo" Ifession from the palefaced and sliak- inn prisoner. WolU'V passed a miser- able nieln in his cell in the Tombs. A full variety of Red Feather Canned Fruits and Vegetables at the same prices that you will pay for inferior brands else- where. Thomas Brand Hawaiian Sliced Pineapple, picked ripe, canned right and packed where grown the day :they are picked. Far superior to anything we have ever sold. Price per tin. o -ft Other brands Singapore apDLle at, per tin Pine- 9 Ask Le Soliel Brand French Peas. They are extra fine Price per tin Delicatessen Provisions Real genuine Summer Sausage. Price per 'Ib..............35c Boiled Ham, very fine, >lb...4Qc Jellied Tongue, delicious, Ib. 40c Fearman's Peameal Bacon, slic ed, per Ib................30c In 'slab.............___27 c New laid eggs arriving daily Today's price per dozen ..35c Pate De Foie Gras in .tins. Price :i each ....................40c Puree De Foie Gras, in tins Price each ..........___25c Roquefort Cheese, per 'Ib. ..55c Gorgo'nzola p'er Ib." ..50c Edam Cheese, per Ib........40c Per Neufcbatel Cheese, cake ...10c Canadian, per Ib..........20: position. tracedv and covering his ception to the American's OI with his hands, and sobbing at and even the moderate m order w increase th; o, .fd lc of lhe Gazette says editorially: hls buildin- thac ne ma> add who had met such "Disquisitions upon the readiness on thc uonh side f apS ?t o slortlv applj-- or the reverse of Egypt for self-gov-j lhe to him to? n tho tr ml .j The towusite people have made a iui a ernment, while permitted to men with! Una- lad to the comtort con- i change in their oltices wnereuy ttiey i out great position, are perhaps better i fi secured a room. taincd in a reassuring message which ex-presi-j Po3tmas.er 'Hamilton has ordered camp to him from his companion Ka- Ithe lumber for the new post office Miller. It was plain that Woitcr Recalling Mr. Gladstone's pronounce j and expects-to start the mn-t hoped today for a further assurance men.s in regard to the early of the same M soon material arrives. The new buildin Chicago, iMarch tions have appeared on the sun, ac- corumg to a statement by Professor Edwin B. Frost, director of the Yer- kes observatory at Williums Bay, W.IP. "The eruptions shoot from the sur- face of the sun like said the professor. "They are easily visible ar. uie edge of the disc. One of them shot out to a length of miles, j ty as near as I could estimate. It then j detached itself from the main body i and sped through space, a mass of i luminous, not dissimilar to a comet. I Before it had disappeared it had readied a distance from the sun of! about miles. The eruptions I are probably caused by the release-'" of pressure on some particular spot NORTH DAKOTA ?1.35 per bushel F 0 B Coal- dale. Out ot twenty varie- ties tested on my farm this potato excels all in the yield and quality, EARLY OHIOS, PURE same-prices; all potatoes have been carefully dortt'd, all small and injured having been removed. I guar- antee them all to be perfectly sound. Prices subject to change. No order taken to be shipped for less than 500 pounds. Another consignment of Just received. As usual the class is with them. We want you to try. Premier Rhubarb, Premier Sourkraut They are extra good. Brand's A-1 Sauce. H. P. Sauce. Anchovys in Kegs. Holland Herring in Kegs. Fresh Fruit always in stock Phone 515. hushed in the breasts of Professor Frost -said the disturb- ances probably accounted for the bril- liant aurorial displays which nave been seen recentlv. cretions of the present Lord Salis- bury, "Mistakes which are pardonable in a private individual, even become scandalous in an ex-solicitor general." The Gazette recognizes air. Roose- velt's desire to be friendly and help- ful to Great Britain, but says that his pronouncement is -not calculated to make easier the path of the govern- ment in 'Egypt. On the other hand, the Tory -press is highly laudatory of the fearless declarations. BREWER'S DEATH WILL AFFECT Leaves Only Six Men on Supreme Court Bench of United States. as thelhat llie JIiller woman stood by him mtuiino-land whatever was loyal in the youth will be located on the corner of Main aroused by the peril to which it and First on the -present site of Ham- was pointed out this woman friend ilton .Hros.' blacksmith shop. The exposed if he persisted in keep- fatter building will be moved east of j inS silence. its present location and adjacent to, the office of the Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Go. The Canadian Pacific .bridge crew worked here a few days last week getting out timbers for a freight house and a platform to adjoin the same. Work has been suspended on' the improvement for a few days as the crew was called away 10 do some emergency -work. Local contractors are aJso figuring on several other jobs, the contract for which may be let at any time. Washington, March ot the cases affecting great corpora- tions which are pending before the supreme court of the United States loomed up prominently to-day as probable outcome of the death of Jus- tice Brewer last night. These include the dissolution suits against the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, and American Tobac- co Company, and tne corporation tax cases. The decision of those cases by seven justices on the bench, now- thai Justice Brewer has passed away, and 'Moody is incapacitated fromj sen-fee on account of rheumatism, isj believed to depend entirely on the unanimity of opinion on the ques- tions. Some lawyers, who have followed closely the decisions of the supreme court, scout the idea that such unan- j imity exists and therefore 'they are I free in expressing the view that their cases will be set for re-argument oe- i fore a full court, I All of the members of the cabinet joined with the President in expres- j sing deep regret at cne death of the distinguished jurist ITALIANS TO BE DISARMED. Montreal Chief and His Men are Making a Round in- structions Received To-day from the Attorney-General. AT THE THEATRES AT THE EUREKA The show at -the Eureka this week consists of an all new bill and a good one. Lawrnce Carroll, a team, in a sketch "An Actor and His Valet" are fun makers of much merit. They get into all kinds of comical situations and win a large share of applause by their witty jokes. Mrss Snowie Maybelle, who will "be remembered as having appeared at the Eureka some time ago, is playing a return engagement this "week. Her specialty 'is funny stories and imita- tions of children at -which she is very good. The motion pictures are very good ithis week and consist of a good vari- ety. Al again announces a diamond contest for Friday nighi. CARD SHARKS ARRESTED Brandon, March Smith and J. J. Baker of Winnipeg were arrested here tonight by Constable Hanna of the local police force just as the C. P. R. train north Tras pulling out. These two men had eagaged Phillip Deutrich In a game in Tvhich the stakes finally reached One of men was stake holder and just at train time Deutrich was asked to take a drink, at which both men and money disappeared. A bystander gave the alarm and the principals were roped. H. SUGGITT, Phone 110 Craddock Viner Family Grocers -f ReJpath Street Sherlock Block i Montreal, March is to be another roundup -of the armed foreign- ers in the Italian quarters of the city this afternoon. Special instructions were received to-day by the provincial detectives from the Attorney-General, .and at two o'clock Chief iMcGaskell arid Detect- ives 'Erousseau. Lampsou and GIrard, each with an escort of plain clothes constables, stally forth in search of revolvers, stilettoes, razors and other implements of a like nature. They have the authority to search any one they suspect, and it is likely that a number of citizens of foreign origin -will spend the next two or COPPER MERGER San '.March plan to 'merge al the copper properties and smelters in the west controlled by che Gnggenheim interests is said to explain the presence here of week of Chas. M. iMcNeill, president of the Utab. Copper oo., and Spencer Penrose, of Colorado Springs, Col. They were accompanied to San Francisco by J. H. iWatson of Butte, CARROL RYAN DEAD. BELIEVES PAPER STRIKE i 'Montreal, iMarch death j took place -to-day of Carroll Ryan, one of the best known newspaper men Inside of a Says Carey. WILL BE SETTLED, i in the Dominion, he having edited the Ottawa Free Press and the tJhe Guggenheim copper mines and smelters under control of a holding, company. I Fruits Vegetables Northerr. Spie Apples No. 1, ail sound? Per box B. C. Potatoes, per owt. If Ask For prices in large quan- tities. i j li Fresh Hot House Lettuce and parsley arriving daily. li i! To arrive Thursday or Friday Ripe Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes Celery, Fresh Asparagus, Rhu- barb, Radishes and Blood Or- anges. Hid! Class C-J _ _. Phone 525 Prompt Delivery numerous good. comics, all of w.hich are MACASSA FIRST TO ENTER TORONTO HARBOR Jeremiah T. Carey, of the Interaction years, having joined the 100th Regi- al Brotherhood of Paper -Makers.; men: in Canada, accompanying It "to j Toronto- Mar. The steamer Ma- stated to-day that he believed the: the old land, and serving in the Cri-'cassa from Hamilton opened naviga- strike in International Paper Co.'s moa War. His articles in the Dailv mills would be settled within a week and that the men would win. Post at the time of the Home Rule _ resolutions against J. J. Cm-ran and her tion to Toronto to-day, being the first steamer. Thirty more strike breakers arriv-j other members of the Irish Conserva-iharbor ed here to-day to work in the Wat- i tive section, were very bitter and Captain Henderson, a silk hat from the ertown division. made many enemies for their author.! (f- Wine and Spirit Dept. BlackwoocTs Club Soda Ginger Ale Ginger Beer CJantnll Cochrane's Imperial Dry Ginger Appollinaris, White Rock, Rad nor Phone 613 MUSTN'T SAY "OH, YOU Ottawa. March using the term "Oh, you to two ladies on a street car last Friday night, which precipitated a row In which the con- ductor was badly beaten, Reginald Ramsay, a passenger, was to-day sent to jail for two months without the op- tion of a fine. The Alexandra Hotel STRICTLY EUROPEAN PLAN N7. IT. Murray. Prop. FINEST CAFE IN THE WEST Orchestra During Dinner We are sole agents for the -f? famous systems of The Office Special- ty Manufacturing- Co., Ltd., OF TORONTO, ONT. i P. O. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY 4 A1U. 414 Dufferin St. Lcthbridgc, SUPERBLY FURNISHED BEDROOMS PRIVATE BATHS Telephones in every room, and every modern convenience RATES: FROM UP Special Attention Given to Commer- cial Travellers 10 Commodious Sample Rooms Phones: Hotel 717 Restaurant 1462 BRITISH COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 101-102-104-106 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Its Branches Largest Publishers of Photographic Post Cards in the West Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flashlights Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying Interior Views a Specialty Special and Prompt Attention Given to Amateur Developing and Printing Press Agents of "Tropical Press" and "Daily London Eng. The Siberia Railway and Irrigation Co Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBrTFDOE. UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER f Basement of the Oliver Block i ;