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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TUc Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, February Page 7 REMEMBER! When buying furniture of any kind that the big discount sale is still on at the Standard Furniture Co.'s Store. 25 per cent, discount on everything we hav in stock. 42 e V IS ?5 o o o 5 Our line is complete, We furnish the whole house. Now is the time to get the best choice. Come In and see our line of household furniture, lace curtains, rugs, carpets, shades, etc. We are offering the following for Tuesday and Wednesday. SOLID ELM DRESSERS AND British bevel mir- rors, best finish. Reg. Sale in velours, assorted colors. .Regular Saie Oriental design. 'Size 36 x 72. Regular Sale .....................................-............52.25 EASY in best English leather, horse hair fill- ing. Regular price Sale price WRITING in golden oak; two book shelves. Reg- ular Sale ......................................56.00 Regular price Sale price o All our goods in the best of condition and satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see for yourselves. 321 CRABB STREET Opp. the Herald Office 3 Doers Bank of Montreal Sickness is usually caused by the accu- mulation of waste matter and impurities within the body. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, enable the bowels, the kidneys, the lungs and the pores of the skin to throw off these impurities. Thus they prevent or cure dis- ease. ia BERNIERNOT AFTER NORTH POLE Ottawa, Jan. Foster asked If there was any project to semi Capt. the North Pole, Sir WH- 'rid Laurier renliel In tlia negative., Capt. Beniler In said would go this sufiraer-to patrol :lt3 northern ivateis and ascertain if (Jiiidiaii sovereignty was observed. Mr. Foster reminded the prime min- ister that he desired papers regard ing purchase of Ii. M. S. Rainbow, and proposal to set up a separate Hag before the naval service bill la debated. Sir Wilfrid doubted wheth- ed there were papers on the latter subject but promised to look the mat- ter up. TRIED TO BLOW UP RAILWAY STATION Cobalt, Feb. serious attempt was made early this morning to blou up with dynamite the new T. N. 0 station. The fireman of the building was blown off his ladder. A hole was torn In the brick walls. E. B. EDDY COMPANY TO BUILD NEW PLANT Ottawa, Feb. E. B. Eddy Co. intends building an entire new plant equipped In every detail and which will be able to take over, should necessity compel, the entire works at Hull. It Is altogether likely that the new plant will be at Fort William. The Sauce that makes the whole HE tidbit touch to any treat; A royal relish for your meat TT 11 Worcestcilyhire O nolbrooKS oauce Made and bottled in England. A NEW VENTURE TORY PRESS HAS NOT LOST ITS NERVE Toronto, Feb. a leader on its first page this morning the Mail and Empire suggests that the naval de- fence bill be laid aside for the pres- ent and that the government propose in its place the presentation to Brit- ain of. two Dreadnoughts. The new fjrc hall at Fcrnie has been completed and Fetnic can now boast of one of 'the most up-to-date fire halls in the province. DARING BURGLARY AT EDMONTON jf; To the Cash Purchasing People of Lethbridge: S 1 have decided to conduct my business on a cash basis, com- mencing Feb. 1st. As a result I am making a REDUCTION ON MY GROCERIES averaging about 10 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. I wish you definitely to understand that this is not a week end sale, or a removal sale, or a stock-taking sale but our ATTRACTIVE PRICES WILL CONTINUE EVERY DAY and will last throughout our busi- ness career in this city. We shall not consult other people's prices, but vill sell by our own invoices. A TRIAL ORDER will be suf- ficient to convince you of the above statement. We also have a team and buggy and a few seta of harness at the Westminster store that we are clearing off at cost. The above applies to the I DISTRESSING DEATH OF CHILD AT REGINA Regina, Jan. most distress- ing accident resulting in the death of Kerna'n, the 2 1-2 year, old son of i..r. and Mrs. McCarthy, Victoria St., occurred last evening. The father had put the child to bed and after seeing him asleep had hur- to church after 'reminding the other children that he had put Ker- nan to sleep. But a few minutes lapsed before the child fairly tumbl- ed down the stairway among the hor- mother and children, with lit- ile of his clothing clinging to his charred body. Bis sister Helen had her ihands blistered and her hair sing- ed, received in an effort to save their darling, and the mother with her two- months' old' infant in her arms acted as only a mother could. Dr. Low was at once summoned and though at 'the service at Knox church, soon arrived, as did nurse Diamond and many other willing and sympathising neighbors. Just after ten o'clock af- ter tiie body .had been tenderly dress- ed and whilst the doctor the little sufferer breathed his last. A small heating stove ia the room no doubt caused the child's clothing to ignite, though why no cry was heard and no bedding, curtains or otner articles show any trace of fire, leaves only the sad conjecture tihat the child rose arid opening the stove door ignited his robe and then made nis way to the stairway. Tmyir 4 WHO EATS Should avoid Danger of Impurities in delivery from the Oven to the Home. Insist on your baker wrapping his bread in Bread 'Wrappers Weare the original manufacturers of the Bread Wrappers used by leading bakers of Ottawa, Montreal and other cities. E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada Edmonton, Feb. daring burg- lary took place between 10 and 12 o'clock yesterday -morning. The store j of S. Schultz, G5S First street, adjoin-j ing the King Edward Hotel, was brok-j en into by some unknown person and watches, rings and other jewelry of unknown value stolen. All that re- mained to give clue to the culprit were some large tracts in the snow at the rear of the building. '75 I Union Grocery Ashmead Street AND THE Westminster Store .Westminster B. C. LEGISLATURE TO AM'END ASSESSMENT ACT Victoria, Feb. bill to amend the assessment act was brought down by special message yesterday. It got first rending and will be explained Thursday. It provides a material re duction in the taxes. The amendment to the public schoo act, providing for the enforcement o medical inspection in the schools, wa first and second, reading. The government measure relating to the Canadian Northern Ry. will be introduced on Thursday next. COWAN'S MAPLE1 BUDS 134 The most delicious of chocolate confections. They stand alone in their smoothness, richness and unique flavor. Insist on having CO WAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. TORONTO. TWO WOMEN AND .tally injured. The four were.guests A MAN KILLED of Morris Mayer, the owner of the machine. Mayer, was at the wheel In Collision Between Automobile and when the collision occurred, but suf- fered only minor injuries. Denver, Feb. women were] MURDERED KOREAN AND killed here last night in a collision; JAPANESE OFFICIALS between a trolley car and the auto-1 Seoul. Korea, Feb. the mobile in which they were riding. anti-Japanese outbreak at Sou Phon- They have not been identified. Oneigan, the rioters murdered the Korean orher person was killed. James A. U.nd Japanese offlciels and burned all Rakes, of Attelboro, Mass., a travel 1-i of the government buildings. ing man. Russell A. Talbot, of New j The mob was dispersed after ten York, also a travelling man, was fa-jof its members had been killed. H 11" M M H M 4 M m 4 H 4 M ?Ts 4 H M M M M M M f MM MMMMMM M f M f M M M M M M M M M M M MISS BELLE STEVENSO HURRAH" HER 11 lAlVTLI 1 1 ILjl Stevenson SUMMERS OPENING- MON. F 7th Some of the big successes that will be produc ed, during their stay n< the Lyceum: TIIE FIGHTING HOPE. WANTED A WIFE. TIIE CHRISTIAN. MRS. DANE'S DEFENSE. BROWNS IN TOWN. NIOBE. MAY BLOSSOM. LEAH KLESCIINA. THE PROFESSOR'S LOVE STORY. THE WITCHING HOUR. THE LION AND TIIE MOUSE. TIIE MIDDLEMAN. MARGARET ANGL1N AND HENRY MILLER'S GREATEST SUCCESS The Great Divide CHANGE OF PLAY EVERY NIGHT PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c and Motion Pictures be- tween the Acts. MR. WILLIAM E. BLAKE ;