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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VMCST JOI MINTING AT THE HERALD Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY MM H Uttfcffji ii tH HUH HTE Just Arrived A large assortment of Enameled Tinware of all kinds Remember that we buy our goods direct from the'factory ami therefore the prices are right Grive us a call when you need anything in our' line Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention THE i: HICK HARDWARE CO, i RJCDPATH STREET i: We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 ECZEMA i? easily cured by the use of our Ointment. This Ointment contains no poisonous or injurious drugs or chemicals whatever and' answer? equally well for the baby as for the adult. PRICE 35 J.OJigintattiemSto.ltil Funily tad Dispensing Oh elephone Nigbtc The Store of Quality Received New Oranges Lemons Tangerines PHONE 21 G. Til Oily CD. ittfiii tte Otjf CITY AND DISTRICT A. M. Eeppler returned to his home in Cardston this morning. A full line of VEGETABLES Can be liad at our store Conmtirif of Onions Carrots Parsnips Turnips THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. M. W. THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy 2 -6 Calgary, clou'dy JO 2 Medicine Hat 28 6 Lelhbridge, cloudy 33 7 C. Simmons arrived in the city j Alberta-Easterly "winds "and cold AT ALL PRICES Have you seen the Geo. C. Whitney line? You will find all the LATEST NOVELTIES here. Or, we have VALENTINE GIFT BOOKS ROBERTSON! BOOK STORE lit tor West of (iiini Ink Phont 2fil Agents for Underwood LJL Soaps last evening from Edmonton. Don't miss the Handcuff Queen to- night at the Lyceum. L. H. Jellifi'o of Spring Coulee, is m the city today. W. J. Nelson and bride reached the city yesterday. They have taken the Burkett residence on Burdett St. E. J. Hill returned last night from his" semi-annual buying trip to the East. Ybur get out of the milk can to night at the Lyceum. Mrs. Downer will receive on the first Wednesday and Thursday after in each month. Dr. of Raymond, is coming to the city this evening being on his wayto Calgary. Jesse Fraser returned to his home in. Lacombe yesterday, going away on the local. Mrs. Moffat, wife of ex-Supt. Mof- fat of the Mounted Police, at Calga- ry, is visiting Mrs. (Supt.) Wilson. Next Summers Stock Co. at the Lyceum. Prices, 25c 50c today falls. a.nd Wednesday light snow- 43-0 J WU. Seats hoW on sale. J. W. Whiting has sold the bowl- ing alley to Jos, Bodeman, of Leth- bridge. Manager Ryiands, of the Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store, goes to Winnipeg this evening and will be away for about ten days. Women are beginning to re- alize how much depends on the quality of the soap they use and how little upon the attractiveness of the wrap- per. 's We have always advocated this and now our soaps are carefully selected, not only for daintiness but for'purity and hygeaic value. Wfcerta Drug an( Book Co. Prescription Specialiata 1.1, KPin, Mgr. LETIinifiE CITY AND DISTRICT. Moose Jaw News: Engineer Aspin has moved to Lethbridge to improve his seniority in runs. Mrs. Aspin and family will move up to their new home in the course of a few days. The Little Sisters' Concert will be held in the Parish Hall on day evening, Feb. 18th. An excel- lent program being provided. Reports are being circulated that a large company is being formed to op- erate an extensive coal find north-west of the city. The extent of the oper- ations are not at present known but it is said they will be larger and big- ger than any at present in this vi- cinity. See YBUR get out of a straight- jacket at the Lyceum tonight. 43-2 Mr. J. E. McGregor is opening an office in his rooms 3 and "4 in the Oddfellow's Block for the receiving'of typewriting work. His experience covers engineering estimates and spe- cification work of all descriptions. Stenographers can also be hired out for the hour or day. Any work done will be by experts. Moose Jaw News: Mrs. Geo. Moth Coal Mines Are Flooded Halifax, Feb. coal mines at Mabou, C. B., whicb He entirely un- der the .sea. have, been flooded. They havebeen broken into by the water, which is now fifteen feet deep and pumps are being used. The mines are the property of a syndicate from Cin- cinnati, Ohio, which spent a million dollars upon them. They have not been operated since last At that time the syndicate had trouble with the Provincial government and since that date the authorities have been in charge maintaining a force of men to :keep them dry. The mines will have to be abandoned. LUMBER 1 in. 2 in. Plank 3 in. Plank 6x6, 8x8 And other dimensions For Quick SaleJ Per M WESTERN ClllUItt UCIOMLI iioci A Large Atiortment of Children's Classic Shoes Jiint Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY WILL BUY-10 Shares Lethbridge Brewing at Cash ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK MACLEOD AWARDS CONTRACT Macleod, Febj. interesting game of curlinj was played here yes. terday. Mr. t H. Baker and his rink, Young and his experts, score 10-8. At the couniil meeting last night the chief itemj of business was the awarding of tibe contracts to the Northern Electrical Co., for the new electrical and to Goldie McCullough id- a new engine and the Robb Engine Co., for new boilers. A petition wjs also presented to the council for tie setting aside of a new park for! the use of the Agri- i will move to Lethbridge to join-her A carload of settlers' effects and a L husband and make her home, a week carload of stock for Chris. Anderson came in last night from Waubay, South Dakota. F. W. Downer went to Maple Creek last evening to superintend business interests there. He will return tonicr row night. Hear Estellc Thornton sing tonight at the Lyceum. It is treat. It is Ilk-els'- that in making up the estimates for this year the Council will adopt :l definite plan of improve- ment and adhere strictly to it. Barton Dominique, an Italian, was this mornuig ordered to pay fine and t3 costs for being drunk and act- in a disorderly manner on Round i St. He paid. V j Johnny Ducrow the Lyceum in haracter impersonation tonight The regular meeting of the Fort- from next Sunday. Mrs. Moth is one of the best known ladies in the city, and will be much missed by large circle of friends. Geo. H. Summers Stock Co. intro- duces a new play every night next week. Buy your seats ahead.' There are some three hundred and eighty entries at the poultry .show today. The exhibits excell any pre- vious one .in quality as well as jn numbers. Judging will not be com- pleted until tomorrow morning. The hall will be open to the public this evening, then all day tomorrow and Thursday. cultural and the Athletic As- sociation. The petition! was largely signed but was left over for consideration at another meetijig. ment to bylaw No. 17, by which real estate licenses should be reduced from to He showed as before that the protection expected cannot be given. Aid. King strongly as be- fore opposed reducing the license. He thought that a publicity commission- er would boom and the real estaters would reap the benefit. Aid. Hutton wanted the license en- tirely, removed if. it was to be reduc- ed so that the police would be: given no trouble as the license would not justify such. He 'also predicted that the real estate men would find out in the course of a year that they -are getting protection. Aid. Hutton also stated that he had it on good author- ity that the bylaw was of no legal value and thought it time the city paid a man who knew how to draw up a bylaw that would stand Jaw. Aid. King thought thfe City ought to new solicitor. Aid. Hatch withdrew his motion for the present and Aid. King said that he would bring in an amendment that would give better protection. We have Buyers for 2 Good Residential Lots, close in 1 Lot, close in, Bound St. preferred 1 Secti >n Land, Lethbridge District TO RENT-4-roomed Cottagp, per mouth Standard Land Co. Ltd. CAPITAL, Box 680 Phone 198 Agents Winnipeg Fire Insurance Co, Council Styports the Gait Hospital Act (Continued From Front Page) Aid. GAITf HOSPITAL Hatck presented a request which, had betn handed to him, which All People Of Hamilton Could Dream On This Bride Cake (Continued frtom Front Page.) LARGEST CAKE EVER MADE The big wedding cake, standing five feet high, with a five foot base and weighing nearly four hundred pounds, occupied the centre of the main table and was an object of curiosity. When Mr. McColm announced his approach- ing marriage to one of his friends in Chicago, the Wend promised him the largest cake ever made for a wedding. McColm thought no more of it until he was notified the cake was on the way in charge of -a man. Mr. and Mrs. McColm will leave this Buy where you are sure of good value and dependable quality in Lumber and Building Material Our patrons are our best advertising medium. Ask any of our customers as" to the quality.and prices of the Building Supplies turned out of our yard Wood Fibre Plaster and Exshaw Cement always in stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridgc, New Dayton, City Yard cf-EJUssn Mills PHONE 225 P.O. BOX 654 DOESN'T FIZ ON HIM Stove -Popson and Joe Petrobrier were formally .charged at the Police Court this morning with furious rid ing in, Bylaw 30. On ac- count of the chief witness being ab- sent.Magistrate Macdougall remanded the until tomorrow morning. ighth- Club will dence of Mr. J. Street, this o'clock. of the "i BE POSTED -A good "move" is for you to "look over" our lumber stock and note the items that most interest yon. After that get our figures on your entire LUMBER BILL before placing your order. Being "posted" means that you kriow the lumber market. Knowing the lumber market is easy if you're in touch with this yard. Buy lumber here. Rogers-Cunningham inyld 83 183 held at the res- A. Macdpnald, evening at 8 M. C., all Am- ericans and everybody interested in a Lincoln celebration on February .12th will be held at Hatch and Coons' of- fice tonight at 7.30 sharp. The Milk can tery at the Lyceum tonight. 43- L. A. Felger has purchased thirtj head of horses from Rodgers ant Young, which he will use in develop ing his land at Js'ew Dayton. Rodgers and Young still have a number o horses on hand and are getting in e carload in a few days. The Turpin Furniture Co. are ttt- ceivjng spring shipments and are as- sembling the finest stock ol-houae fur- nishings that Southern Alberta has ever seen. To be a customer of Turpin Furniture Co. means absolute satisfaction always. "David Htrum" n.xt Monday night at the Bitch TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. A committee will report to the Ed- monton city council in favor, of the establishment of a public library in that city. Fire did damage to the extent of to premises occupied-by Me- Co., milliners and shoe dealers, Yonge Sts., To- ronto; dealt with a plight amendment to the j afternoon on a two-months' wedding act referring fo_the G-alt Hospital. of the Southern States. The bride is one of Hamilton's most pop- of Leth- ular young women. As president of Ladies' Guild she made valuable .adjunct was as follows. That, wherpas the President's in Regard to Anti Jap Legislation Sacramento' Gal., Feb. dent Roosevelt's letter to Governor Gillett was made public today. Ap- parently he has not .converted G. L Johnson, 'author of the bills prohib- iting Japs from being members ol corporations and providing for their s-egregation. "It has no more effect on he said, "than wafer on a duck's back. I have not changed my mind in the least about the wisdom of en- these anti-Japanese bills." bridge has >y bylaw voted, to the NT IATEI HTTIB MMM......MMM and mmmm Made by Dawton Rubber Company, Are the bett in the market, and sold by J. J. Johnston In whatever business or work you are engaged, your clothes need atten tion. For per month we keep your clothes in first class shape. Cit] Dye Works. Round St. Tel. 353. 43-0 -QUALITY MMMM Poor Hardware on a Good Home is Like an Old Hat on a Well Drated Man Let ua fhow you Hardware MorNpr ft. "If TM Gait Hospitaj the sum of for the a new hospital buiid- -ing and has guaranteed to contribute not less thon annually toward its mamtainmce the institution shall be jense a city hospital and all classes of citizens shall have equal rights and privileges in relation to it. Aid. "Bowman spoke of the large grants madej by 3Ir. Gait to-the hos- pital and oi; the expense m .running it. ;Last .yejur. many indigent persons were treated Furthermore the hos- pital is primarily fOr, the employees of -the A. I. Co. who pay a monthly its port. All the %A Mermen expressed similar sentiments, i rather forcibly, ejid tbe was in- structed to wire M.P.P expressing the utmost confi- dence in Mr. Gait's regard- to allowed to the city at the GaJt tfospital and re- affirming its approval of the Act to be presented at this sostion of the legis- latupe. Many of Mr. Gait's' assist in iaip.taining the hospital, the city's portion of the expense amounting to one-thirty-fifth whole. AXXEXATloy.OJj STAFFORD The asking that Stafford be annexed the city will be considered at a spcdal meeting on Friday evening. It the Intention of council to meet for committee wort every Friday night. At these Stings and be received. council could not we''tlMir way to granting anything .to Walter Wall who is doing mission work. Such help should be given personally. If deserving cases required help such help should come tHrough the direct of the city. wrcr Robinson spoke of the good work being done'by the in their re- jwciety, which however has not Ht known to the coun- cil. RBAL I59TATE LICENSES Aid. Hatch inti-oduowt THE DATE OF.... The Opening Dinner at the Wanted to buy for Cash 8 ]ots on either Barnes or Wallwork Sts., between Raehael and Helen Streets R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Great Battle for Supremacy f J NOTE THE SHADOW on the note that it does no shadow our Chocolates. Such, proof that our HIQH.GRADE CONFECTIONERY can stand criticism. Purest -sugars, truest flavorings and always fresh as a baby's smile. Superb .Chocolates, Bon-Bons, Taffies, etc, Tru ours to- ALBUM CAFE Cannot be announc- ed for some days owing to unforeseen circumstances inter- fering with the com- pletion 67 the in- fittings. An CX-C.P.R. Chef Hat Been Engaged Seventeen people on the staff. Seats for 48 at the tables and 16 at tlie lunch counter. Four seats at table. GriRNMttOpeiUerOi N. H. MURRAY, AT THE Show v TOMORROW! TW BETWEEN THE 'CHAMPIONS OF LETHBRIDGE I AND NORTHERN ALBERTA J Oliver Ha11 ADMISSION CHILDREN Me lOc MEMBERS FREE I A. L. Roy r.t.lnS7 VAUDEVILLE The Brownies Presenting their big comedy guccew "The Scare Crow's Dream Eddie Reeves Australian Wooden Shoe Dancer MOVINQ PiOTURES 1. Face on the Bar Boom Floor 2. Sticky Fly Paper 3, The Deri 1 i. Policeman's Dream 'Td Than ;