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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald, Thursday, February "What Ought to Happen in Lethbridge" I By Clinton N. Howard RETURN LECTURE PROBING COLD STORAGE METHODS New York, Feb. New Jersey side of the Hudson river was today the centre of activity- in the vicinity in the attempt to find out why food prices are'.Jiigb. The investigating' body was the Hudson County grand which continued its probing into the cold storage vbufeinesii of the big packing companies and other concerns..which maintain extensive warehouses in Jersey City: It examined numerous witnesses in an effort to learn what quantities of food stuffs are stored in the various plants and whether taere is any understanding between the firms to hold necessaries of life to regulate the supply and get the highest possible prices. Cold storage Page 7 ROK POUCEMJW Ncv Ward, in attendant 'UUiiag' pavilion, Par Rockaway Beach, WM lookingln tht after had goat, when he found t monkey dretted lu a red bathing suit Ward took the 'mookey to the police station. After the doorman had locked up the monkey, the lieutenant on duty misted a fifty-cent piece that he had in his waiatcoat pocket. The money wu found the jacket. Whea one U robbed of money, it may W misfortune; but wheu one U robbed of health, it ii a calamity. .Faulty digestion, if neglectefl, quickly into chronic Indigestion and Dytpeptia. The way to prevent aerioiu Stomach Trouble u to take a "Pruit- tablet half an hour before meali. or fruit juice tablets, aweetena and strengthen! the stomach, sound digestion, and corrects the teadenC7 Constipation which almost always accompanies Indigestion. 500. a for trial box, At all dealers or from Fruit-s- tives Limited. OttawmJ seems to be the matter upon the in- handbook men and telegraphic com- vestigation of the high cost of living j municalion from the track, andt the is being focussed by probers in the j advertising of tips, he thought it I KNOX CHURCH Thursday, February 3, 8 p.m. Those who were fortunate enough- to hear Mr. Howard in Wesley Church on Monday, Jan. 24th, when he gave his free "Ride on the Water need no urging. Be on time, as indications point to a crowded house. No admission, fee. The "littlest man" and "biggest talker" that ever struck Lethbridge. He proposes to tell you what ought to happen here. MM MM MMMMM MMMMfl J. M. BARRIE'S MASTERPIECE Manager Griffith of the new theatre could not have made a better selec- tion for an opening play at his house on next Monday. Feb. 7, than "The Little the masterpiece of one of the world's greatest play-, wright, J. M. Barrie. It was the rage of London for several seasons and when brought to New York and pro- duced by Miss Maude Adams it creat- ed a sensation and placed Miss Adams at the top of American "stars. The story is simple but touching. All the characters are taken from real life, and the Scottish scenes give oppor- tunity for scenic grandeur that has never been -equalled in Western Can- ada. To add to the realism of -the play Manager Brandon is holding the world famed Balmoral company, head- ed by George Neil, until next Monday night, to assist, in staging the-piece and working up the choruses. Mr. Nell is a personal friend of Mr. Barrie the author, and was with him on the opening night of "The Little Minis- ter." The full production will be com- plete to the minutest detail. At ap- places pleasing songs and specialties will be Introduced. No ex- pense is being spared to make the opening of Western Canada's finest theatre a gala event. There is al- ready a good demand for seats now on sale at the Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Metropolitan' terntoory generally. It is announced that the woraens or- ganizations here with the coropera- Jon of the health protective society will take up the campaign against ancient meats and other eatables stor- >r lenghty periods. Mass meet- will be held to debate the cold storage problem and protest against lilgli prices believed to sustained by misuse of the system. Meat prices are again on the upward tread. A third of S( cent is the average advance in wholesale rates, and a full cent added to present prices is predicted before the week end. Retailers report no increase in con- sumption and the "no meat eaters" are estimated at upwards of 100.000 Manhattan alone. Shipments, how- ever, are much less free, wholesalers say, and supplies are dwindling. would do away with the evils which he had seen. The C.P.R. contemplate building a new station at Red Deer. Brandon is considering the granting i Henderson's- new city directory of Winnipeg places the population of that city at The Empire Hotel at Saskatoon has been sold to J. Sutton for A regiment of six companies of mi- litia under the name of the Calgary Rifles has been organized at that place. ANTI-GAMBLING BILL CONTINUED Ottawa, Feb. the continua- tion of the hearing of the argument in favor of the anti-gambling bill be- fore the special committee o! the Commons last night, the examination of Me. .Cowan, M. P. for Vancouver continued. In reply to a question by the chairman, Cowan said the effect of the bill would not be in any was to make individual betting on race courses illegal. Evils attending races at Vancouver, he stated. rose directly out of the camp followers the races. If legislation, was passed it would effectually prevent touting tipsters, pool room bookmakers off the track. TUFF'S Grocery EYE OPENER Watch our every prices and. cut them out for refer FOOD PRICES WILL SOON DROP HARD New York, Feb. meat dealers in this city today faced a per- pjexing situation. With the demand from consuinfers fallen off to a greater extent than ever before in the history of the trade, the retailers found them selves confronted by an advancing scale of prices in wholesale markets. Wholesale rates went up only a frac tion of a cent yesterday but the deal- ers were advised that curtailed ship- incuts were likely to lead to a fur- ther advance today. There was no appreciable change in retail meat quo- tations today but the demand from Consumers for lower prices was as consistent as ever. Housewives who have not eliminat- ed meat entirely from their daily menus were inclined to scrutinize quo tations closely and refuse to buy un- less prices met their approval. "Something has to drop hard pret- ty, said one prominent market man today. "Supplies are piling up and the_colil storage capacity of the city is limited. Already egg men are throwing over their holdings at re- duced rates and butter has come down. Meat will have to follow if the reduced rate of consumption is maintained, no matter if sLipnentsj are heavily reduced." The eight cent rate for milk rules now except on the routes of two big companies and one of these has an- nounced a reduction effective March 1. CHINESE REMEMBER! When buying furniture of any kind that the big discount sale is still on at Standard Furniture Co.'s Store. 25 per cent, discount on everything we have in stock, 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 STANDS- rors, best finish. Reg. Sale -Large British bevel mir- 513.50 I: in velours, assorted colors. .Regular Oriental design. Size x 72. Regular OEKEALS i Rolled Oats, Ogilvie's, S Ib. sacks ................35c 20 Ib. sacks ...........70c Quaker Oats, 2 Ib. pkgs. 2 for ...................25c Shredded Wheat, per pkg. 15c Corn Flakes, Kellogg's, per pkg...................iQc Malta Vita, 2 pkgs. for 25c Grape Nuts, per pkg. ...I5c UlTOfF- Phone 574 Hill Block "The Store" That Gives You The Most Change Back. MUST ENTER STATES VIA BOSTON Boston, Feb. Chinese Immigration 'into the United States will be chiefly through the port of Boston it is expected, following the closing last night of the" three Can- adian border stations at Malone, N. Y., Richford, Vt.', and Portal, N. D., through which Chinese have been per- mitted to enter this country. It was intention of the Department of Commerce and Labor to have all Chinese immigrants seeking entrance to the United States examined at Vancouver, B. C., and if eligible enter the United States at Seattle, Wash When the Canadian Pacific railway made arrangements to take the Chin- ese immigrants bound for eastern points in the United States, Canada to .Halifax, N. S., and send them to HM r i) K EASY in best English leather, horse hair fill- ing. Regular price 560.00. Sale price WRITING in golden oak; two book.shelves. Reg- ular "v LIBRARY oak early English finish, one drawer. Regular-price Sale price All our goods in the best of condition and satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see for yourselves. 324 CB ABB STREET Opp. the Herald Office 3 Doors South Bank of Montreal PRESIDENT RECOGNIZED INDIAN TRADITION Washington, Feb. ancient Indian tradition on the Umatilla re- Boston by steamer and have them j servation indirectly has been respect- examined by inspectors there. Bos-'ed by the Taft administration. Co- ton being a statutory port, cannot be lumbia George, an. Indian on the re- closed on a departmental order. servation, had an infant relative became ill. He called in a woman spirit the child died. He was told in accordance with a tradi- tion of the trihtvit was privilege i., kill the doctcv. George got Intoxicatsd ar.l killed The trial'of Frank WooH, on charge of keeping liquor for sale came UD on Monday before Justice Jacobs. He was fined and ston Star. old worn in witn whiskey dosed with A life sfnitMue was given him. George apparently was most indifferent but somebody inter- ested himself in the case and an ap- plication came to Washington for George's pardon and President Taft o com expire immediately. The of the Calgary Y.M.C. A. show an enrollment of 1000 new members for 1909. tHHMMf H M HMM t M M M 4 H M M M M M M M M M M M M M MM MM H M M M M M M M I I I I I I I I IN I M M M M M M M M M 4 M U MISS BELLE STEVENSON HERE le Stevenson, Supported M t j 4- 4- I Some of the big successes that will be produc- ed (luring their stay at the Lyceum: THE FIGHTING HOPE. WANTED A WIFE. THE CHRISTIAN. MRS. DANE'S-DEFENSE. BROWNS IN TOWN. NIOBE. MAY BLOSSOM. LEAH KLESCIINA. THE PROFESSOR'S LOVE STORY. THE WITCHING HOUR. THE LION AND THE MOUSE. THE MIDDLEMAN. LYCEU OPENING 7th tt MON. F MARGARET ANGLIN AND HENRY MILLER'S GREATEST SUCCESS The Great Divide CHANGE OF PLAY EVERY XIGJIT PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c Songs and Motion Pictures bc- twccn the Acts. MR. WILLIAM E. BLAKE M tf f 444 -f-ff f -f -t- -f -f -t- -t- -t- ;