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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta _____________LETHBRJDQE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY. MAY 27, 1909. What Sunshine Furnace does Sunshine Furnace is designed and constructed to heat a house church school or store, and does this more satisfactorily than any other known furnace or other style of heating apparatus It does this more rapidly than the hot water boiler because, as soon as fire is started in Sunshine Furnace, heated air can be obtained for the rooms. OUNSHINE It does this more conveniently than the hot water boiler, because it has no radiators to Take up room, congregate dust and mar the paper and woodwork.' It does this more hygienically than the boiler because pure air is admitted to the furnace through a cold air pipe. M'CIaryfc The KICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS It does this; better than other furnaces be- cause, being made from exclusive patterns, it has more commendable features. It does this more econom- ically than the boiler because even air circulation keeps fuel bill low. MONARCH Monarch, May suddenly took the notion to spend a day in Leth bridge, dressed himself up swell, new suit, new shoes, in fact he looked a perfect Don Juan, as he rode off on his high steper. (Interval oi 24 hours) Who's this we see approaching the iow.ri with an unsteady gait followed by his faithful steed It cannot be the smart man, that left us yester- day, but after chipping ofl several of mud from his dial we find that-it is, although his appearance somewhat suggestive of a freshly dug potato, tells us that ht has had a real good time. He was not very commun- icative himself but his horse told us how, when a few miles on the home run his master was overcome by a drousy feeling and wished to go to bed, so dismounting chose the softest spot he could find, tucked himself in well, and peacefully slept till this morning. Of course he did not think that nature would see fit to freeze that little soft spot into a little hard spot but it did and when kind master awoke there was his faithful nag stand ing faithful watch" over the little hard mud puddle which so tenderly and effectively held kind master. But he eventually did get loose, although portions oi that new suit now mark the spot of his impromptu boudoir. We will mention no names, but our crack goal keeper has certainly got a bad cold. D. Lee has returned to complete the cottages of F Dalzell. He has been visiting friends at Medicine Hat. J. Morrison, our social organizer, is arranging for another dance to be held on Friday next. D. M. Eoss and C. Moore left to- day to spend a few days in Claresholm We congratulate our genial bank manager on his pluck in attempting to swim to Leihbridge today. Four sticks of dynamite were found attached -to a fuse in the discharge pipe of the steamer Frank T. Heffel- finger at Buffalo. The police are in- vestigating. Sydney Shaffleberg, section man near Windsor Jet. was killed by the Intercolonial train from Montreal while on his beat. ECONOMICAL WOMAN Numbtrt of LftdUt in London Dlt- penting With Gloves London, May of the American women's crusade against an increased duty oh gloves are prompt- ed by the following, remarks in. an English "Ladies' "In London It is noticeable how many important brides have dispens- ed with gloves at their wedings, in- cluding Lady Brook and Lady Rose- mary Cairns. At the theatre quite a number of ladies do not wear gloves, while others effect a great saving in their cleaning and glove bills simply carrying them with their" fan and gold pursf "Such a fashion gives an. excellent opportunity for the display of a love- ly hand and just a few beautiful rings chosen with discrimination." MRS. ANN IS GOING ON STAGE Wife of Man Slain by Captain Hains Signs Contract With Theatrical Agency New York, May was announc ed today that Mrs Win. E. Annis wife of the man for whose death Pet- er C. Hains has just begun serving prison term in Sing Sing, has sign- ed a contract with a theatrical agency to play piano acompaniments in a sketch. Mrs. Annis says that she has been thrown on her own resources and it is necessary for her to adopt some means of livelihood. District News .CUARESHOLM NEWS Clareshohn, May Day passed off quietly hero. The day was fine but the heavy rains of the two preceding days had put the track in such a mess that it was impossible to do so that the large number of country folk who came in disappointed. A scratch base ball game took place in the after- noon. It is unlikely that the Turf Association 'will risk another dis- appointment, and they will wait for the July celebration. New -sidewalks are being laid ex- tensively. Cecil Marshall is, seriously ill in Calgary with appendicitis. Rev. W. G. W. Fortune, the Tem- perance and Reform League promot- er, is here today. BJLMK OF CANADA The death occurred today of Wil- liam Chisolm member of the Legis- lature of Nova Scotia since 1903, agec 77. WHITSUNTIDE SPECIALTIES Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Dept 75c. White Lawn to..........................35c. White Lawn, and Less 2.0 per cent discount TAILORED SHIRT WAISTS White and colored, in Linens, Lawns, Vestings and Muslins. The latest styles and patterns. Just in direct from the manufacturers White Linen and Lawn Skirts, and Linen Suits in all the latest styles. Fancy Parasols for ladies and children from 50c to Umbrellas in great variety MILK RIVER ITEMS Milk Kiver, May 25.-The late snow storms and rainfall set spring woik back considerable but the good wea- ther prevailing at present gives every body a chance .to make up for lost time. The click of the hammer can be heard in all directions in town for many new buildings are going up. The new store is almost finished and the Fitzmaurice residence was begun yesterday. Also, Will Brooks' house is well under way. Frank Leffingwell and a brother-in- law were down yesterday from War- ner looking up the prospects of start- ing a hotel here, Mr. Leffingwell is an experienced hotel man and we will be glad to welcome him to our midst. J. A. Ellert has purchased lots "on Main St. and will eresi a building for a boot and shoe store in the near fu- ture. Mrs. Fred Leffingwell and daugh- ter, Merle, were shopping in town Tuesday. J: H. Tomfohr, who has been spend ing the past two months with his sons lefgt today for Poison. Mont., to stay part oi the summer with another son and. a daughter, Mrs. Chas. Grenier. Hud Office, QUEMC. Comparative Figures For FliteenYi May 31st 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, 1895, 1900, 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, May 31st 1895, 1900, 41 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, April 3rd 1909, May 31ft 1895, f 1900, 1905, Nov. 30th 1908. Mar. '31st 1909, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Andenon. M.naj.r. STEAMSHIP LINES ON THE PACIFIC Victoria, B. C., May a line of steamers is to be placed on the Pacific by the White Star and Dominion lines to connect with the G. T. P. Railway at Prince Rupert when the new transcontinental road is placed in operation is the story, told by the local transportation men on information received from Mont- real. FISHERY REGULATIONS ARE SATISFACTORY Ottawa, May International fisheries regulations as drafted by Professor Prince, Dominion fisheries commissioner and Professor Starr Jor- dan of the United States were under the consideration of the cabinet on Monday. It is understood they are satisfactory as far as the Dominion is concerned. RAYMOND CHRONICLES Raymond, May Davies Monday on busi- to Ta-b'er yester- hall is being- re- soon be ready for was in Raymond ness. He returned day. The Oddfellows' paired and will use. Ernest Bulock is making prepara- tions to go on a mission soon, to the northern States. A farewell dance was given him in Welling- Friday evening. He expects to leave within week. Rev. and Sirs. J. J. Oameron leave today for a. few days' visit in Stir- ing. They will vis-it' the Presbyter an families. Rev. Mr. Cameron wil arrangements to hold service there. Mr. Watt, of Mag-rath, was in Ray mond yesterday on business. Misses Archibald and Wolfe, o were in Raymond visiting friends. Thomas Davies was in Raymom yesterday. He returned to Taber this morning. Do You Know That we have moved and You will Find Us Doing Business in The Oliver Blk.? BEAGLE-MAXWELL LAND CO. Men's Department Special values in Clothing, Rain Proof Coats, and Mackintoshes Negligee Shirts, the latest patterns, at A job lot worth and reduced to to clear Special Shoe Values Child's White Canvas Oxfords, from per pair Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, at and Men's White Canvas Men's White Canvas Shoes, Blucher cut, Miner's Shoes Lacrosse and Tennis Shoes for all SUNDIAL Sxmdial, 3tay aatd Mrs. C. E. Ingrain were Sundial visitors on Saturday. This rain has made the crops in our vicinity show up fine. Miss Sophia Engen left Thursday moming for Minneapolis and St. Paul ami other parts of Minnesota, where she will 'spend the summer visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Burns and son .Leon, of Bowville, visited at C. W. Engen's from S-aturday until Monday. .Mr. Otto Anderson, of Graniua, passed through here Friday with two loads of settlers' effects. Mr. E. K. Engen drove to the ex- perimental farm while in Lethbridge and got trees and also receiv- ed 300 from another firm, and Mr C. E. Ingram and Mr. A. R. Rose are also planting trees, so our coun try around Sundial will look nice in time. John Williams, Mr. Graham and throe others -were out hunting wolves last week.' They found several wol dens. In all they got 17 puppies but the old wolves were too cute to be caught. The Circle round-up have already gone to work. They drive the large bunches of cattle into their pasture this week. Patented Sectional HOKH Manufactured in Vancouver, B CM of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- Prospective buflders would do well to me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT BUILDER, MACLEOD HUDSON'S BAY CO. BANDSMEN ARE FEELING WRATHY Niagara Falls, May of the Temple Board, Toronto are wrathy over the treatment experienced at Niagara Falls on Sunday and made a kick when Supt.Jackson of Queen Vic- toria park denied the band sion to play in the park. On Sunday the band played on the street in front of Clifton House and on the holiday gave their concert on the American side.instead. A complaint will be fil- ed with the government. Those Who Lack a thonnigh business train- ing, always have the hardest work and poorest pay. Write a letter to Leth- bridge'a School of Business, Garbutt Business College, Stafford Block, and let them tell you how to take step fc ifher. CIIO. J. SCHMIDT, Prln., P. 0. Box 1211 There's Pleasure All Around When a plumbing system works satis- factorily. It makes the plumber, the owner and the contractor better friends, and results to their mutual advantage. Our work is guaranteed to be satisfac- tory. We have Supplies to Meet Every Demand No order too large No order too tmall William Head Co. ltd. Calgary and Lethbndge Dufferin Street Phone 299 Get oar on Corrugated Iroft Galvanized and Fainted Metallic Sites Metallic Shiftgto before buying elitwhere We have juit placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle Siding Co.'t goodi in atock OHMS mmcnniK i CNNIT Office and Factory tm MMM ItfMf Ifimf MTi MPM m W9mm imil 153 Ci Bt i 1AC mi, am at rmi 199 MIMMMMIMMM J Place Tour Orders for OWING m HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 General Teaming When yom want your yard cleaned up, when you want your fardea plowed, if yon want flrtt-clati for better me, or phone 101., me. ply your wants. WM. TAYLOR l f ;