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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H. J; H, IKE1TH IW) Fine INSUMANOC TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald TUB ftACt TO STAY In h MUM Mi f SUPPLIES We are the in Supplies in Leth- oridge. They are imported direct from the in quality are the best ob- tainable. Sqiihs Risks The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford aad Hick A Wikely PHONE 6 2 On Feb 14th Send -one of our pretty Valentines or one of these suitable books: My Lady Caprice Love Bongs. Old and New Indian Love Letters A Corner in Women A Dream of Fsiir Women And many others iiiisirs BQOI STORE 1st tar lest tf Inn bit Phone 251 Freth from the best that cau be bought, Hot Water Bottles (Winter Necessities) Conbiftfttiofi Fount Syrinfet 61 AttfteKmeati J. I Ityibttai 1 Ciltt Family Dikpeasiof Telepboa- Reswlent Clerk The Store of Qualify Staple and Fancy OH AND DISTRICT J. B. Lethbridge is in Cardston to- day. f J. Y. Iloiuiltou and wife, of are iix the ciU. j Judge Winter came down from C.fll-. gary last night. C. E. Ilutchinson of High River is in the city today. J. Evans, of v.tit> m' the city over a truin. Don't forgot ihn poultry meetly in; the Council Chamber tonight. j M. Shexvun and W. Doyle of Clares-' holm arrived in.the city last night.! Calgary._clear I Prompt Mention Our Him Nelson Fraser s A. Macdonold Co. ABE SHOWING A FULL NEW LINE OF Panama Voile Venetian IN BLACK AND COLORS See Them There's Style Aboul our SkirU A, Macdonald Co, 1 People Expect let Staes to tart i And'they are relclom. digapixmited. They kind. The fact that a shoe should feel comfortable from the it> unknown to them because they hare never felt the luxury 'of putting on a rightly made shoe. They overlook the fact that we carry shoes that-.give of 'two! of the kind they buy. Let your next pair bea shoe bought atGow'i F COW CO. UthbrWge 1 V fiilly ModernHouse (7Rooms) AND HALF ACRE LOT NEAR CENTRE OF WEATHER BULLED Edmonton rlear Mr. and'Mrs. Southard and daugh- ters are expected back irom EusV tonight. j The band in attendance at ilcGuflin's rink every Tuesday and Friday evening. Aid. E. A. Cunningham expects eave about the end of the week.on a! nonth's trip to the oast. IN. 10 15 .20 28 .cash. eaey Terms ALBERT E. WES loos 2, Dlmf Deck Clear Havana rs EL BKAYA Et AMBAR S. DAVIS SO1SS R.W.WaDace Smoker's Headquarters clear Medicine Hat, snow Prince Albert, cloudy Hiutleford, snow 11 Ilegina. cloudy...... .....-1--- '-0 I Mumedosa, cloudy 11 [Winnipeg, cloudy 0 Tort Arthur, clear............. 12 11 6i -12. -ll! TO COMPLETE GAS BORING D.M. Camp'beil I'-'ft la-st night forJju Alberta and Saskatchewan but generally the weather in the prairie provinces has been fair and cold. iind Saskatchc- strong. easterly wintis, light! from From Central' Oflice panv had carried all the res local vstQrmS, have occurred Ctjlld5lioiis plncod oa them Liverpool, Ue suils on the Lusitania from New York. D. II. Elton, the multiple editor of Raymond, Magrath- and Cardston, was a visitor in the city over night. Rev. Wm. Held returned from Med- icine Hat last night, lie has been I falls, assisting in revival services there for; ihe past ten days. snow ture. Thc by the city and the people by the plebiscite said they were willing to buy the-'well tor The Mayor wanted to know at the present rtite of boring, how many "j'vears it would- take to go ihe rest Alberta, cold with light snow ,hc lhousaild feet. -Aid. Watson suggested that a com- i mittee be appointed to draft a satis- Choral Society meets tonight, factory-contract with the drillers. falls. -a little higher A fellow who disturbed the peace, at Wesley Church. at the Belgian. Restaurant on'Sat-j unlay was relieved of a dollar and F. L. costs by the magistrate last night. G. champion skater of the. world Winnipeg and will l-e week. '_ Claresholih is having a-small-pox- will! supposed .cose having appear at the tonight and giveIveloped in the "country near an exhibition of; stilt skating, speed j town. skating, figure jumpingr Atsthe Barracks this morning Ceo. ilouk was fined ami 'costs for retailing liquor on his premises for on skates. Band'in attendance." 'Ad- mission 25c. and 50c. The two young fellows; who should! consumption better, who on Saturday night drove a slao through the back win-! sidence on. vising her to pay. for it to save ti'ou-j Accordingly attendants are provided, ble when grabbed.'.a some" easos as many as 300. Those of firewood .rind with a., volley of the j-are-'decapitated nnd thrown into a, foulest language at her command, be-j trench. The arms _ and legs of the! labored the poor Jew with word-and wives arc then broken and these aroj weapon. The chief averted murder i phu-Hl on the bodies of the slaves and Sammy is up this afternoon for and buried alive. assault and battery. ifr. Sinclair thi-n gave some glimps es of the brighter side of life of .the i missionary, and outlined 'the. daily! routine followed. However genera- tions of moral ami spiritual 'dark- ness through which the people have passed makes the work very discour- aging. The children are taught to read and write "with, the 'onject in view placing, the Hible "In tn'eir hands printed in their own language This .is the most important feature of the work. When a certain stand- ard has been reached a Bible is giv- en and this proves .a great incentive to Hero 3Ir. Sinclair spoke "of several examples where the pupils showed, commendable industry i The result of this work is that "many of the pupils in the schools become home or foreign missionaries. At any of the gospel meetings the men are seldom present. .The. mon say wheiv tusked regarding', their ab- sence "They are wonen." The.wo- men say "We are only "Al- though" the missionary had-grcnt trials arid' he had the great joy of-telling-the gospel stors COAL (U'livertxl to all parts of-: the city .for So. 85 ton. Casli must accouipai-y order. w__. Of all kinds cione-on jj jy IT I notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere IBTEH'ViihlHE 4 TFJKK! CO. lilrcnl btri Phones: O3ke 43 Stablei 42 i-H-MrH-i-litHi'Mi-i-t'M- I' There was no use taking" over a well Naismith ,'eft last niight was of: no value. a! .Aid. "Cunningham thought that last year's-council's "action' practically bound the council to take the well. The thought 'the dealing the company could well be left over until_ the next meeting J Mr. Frt-eomn 'J_ thought the -arra'ng- ment with Mr. Peat could be made l to' those who nevor--heard it: Nbtiee I lettbriiqc Carpet Beating mi Cleariing Co. Sol PistJl Ciri to ili CrtWI St. DDDnODnDOCDODE] NOTICE et crack. :ach assessed at a five dollars aud costs: Though unable to disclose V.U.s' ac- a. d.ayj- If no agreement: ca-'. be hole is unsatisfac- j tory, 'there is no usb taking: over, spoke of one great dif Wolsoy has purchased, the re-- "The company had acted- as being -caustd .by white .men Burdott St. built last, Thft nml'hnd done! interests of the. rubber trade. In the Congo there-.are vast quanti- ties of. rubber. .are laxy and will hoi .work. A law was'pass- j partners with the city and daw: of the Columbia Restaurant to year'by K. Lock, from Snyde.r, city wanted' with the Cluimrnan were K. V. Gibbons put throughAhe.deaL take the well, that the city would 'if 'they didn't, the .y'Magistrate Hiynpbrieslhis -morn-' tual the Herald is formed j company would have .to finance it} cd whereby the Belgian government ng. that the 'tenders in for .the loccil-ii Mr. Ganthony is acceded to be noj provement debentures .passad .last J unworthy successor" tc the late Cov-j vember are very satisfactory. T! ney Grain and is a great high price offered may'be due to Uii-j the Mayor; tjmmed it up as he saw wherever ho appears. Robert Gsn-; general improvement Ln the .nicy! it -m saying that they wanted a They were up" against it, the sole' right to -the rubber- and they 'had to pay for the well am' had to do it Hardware Paints Tinware m the thony and his London-artists will market or to the fact that '-.its this all able bodied natives, had to pro- cure a certain quantity. ...Failing to j produce 'his -demand woroi Cleaning Up for New Stock are now located two doors south of Bank of Commerce and are pre- pared to do all kinds of Up-to-date Tailoring Also1 Cleaning and Pressing both Ladies7.'and .Gentle- men's' Garments Goods called for and "delivered" i A. Mutton I Phone 265 -m iMiii imprisoned and whipped. In many antee that the, driller would go the; c dcbth ..inhabitants shot dpwn wa5 moved" by "Aids. and; the town burned. At the" last union congress' and Tvcs a special committee bci'runs 'cold at; thc st-orics was-decided upon-that is appointetl to draft a contract with appear in the Oliver Hall on Monday j city's prosperity has made ,i next. Seat sale at J.-'J. Johnston's benturcs'iriore valuable'. Robert Hnrvie. Argyle St. suggests! that the agricultural grounds LQ corrcspbndJ to drill the .well to'a depth be called as The local! of tW thohsaml feet, the fact'- that it overlooks .ing -in- foreign countries. where the Crees took their last stand in the Coulee and also that about fair .grounds is where they .died 1 from their wouncis as -flee- ing from the battle. The secretary of Society has received .from Ceo. post oflicc has now on hand what are, Ir. Teat said' it was hot necessary called, international reply coupons, ras he had quoted the price and could i A .mfnm, MX -cents and is re-'not guarantee absolutely to. go to native converts. dcomable .at' any 6mce. in a postal! three thousand feet He this cuscr. villages were surprised and the or butchered t The blood of the rubber trade. Tloivover, there; arc prospects that this condition of affairs will Mr. Sinclair gave instances shcfw- ing great earnestness .on..the part of that all iersaiis indebted to tte 1 late partnership of lick t Wakel) are retired to paj their indehteJoess Yortkiiti to Fred lick ii tte city of Itttibfidgj, and all psrsfliis baling claim against tne said fin of Rick Watelj in mjairsJ ta presest tie sane to tk said Fred lick for pajtsat Bated at lettfcHdge i tta lit la) of Feinari U IS in ii3 L1WC1T Stubblefield, the sccs-ftlsxry of cheron Society o( America a prizes they' are offering at the Loth- bridge Fair this year. The list more extended than-that of last year; and includes best American bred stal-j lion, any age, best American bred mare, any age. Champion stallion, open class, champion mare, open class, best three mares, open class.! best American bicd five stallions nnd best American bred five mares. For. each of these a gold modal is offered as first prize and a reserve ribbon as second. For the "Best Stud" (stal- lion and four mares) any age, by exhibitor, the first prize ;.s..i cham pion cup, value SlOO and a diploma, and the second prize a gold -tvvln.! and diploma. All animals must be by the exhibitor who must Iw Thejcity must union country at live pur-j assume the forfeit condition -for dc- I chasing- this coupon a writer is en- lay and supply .the pipe. the Agricultural' prepay postage for reply.'} ifr.1 Ivcs said that, he .as..a. new i By sending this coupon the receiver; member of the council had not._known postage :or reply in stamps OI''-is'-o'wn country. The Jew is sorry he "Sammy" Smith will be sorry too before the police arc over this afternoon. And it is al; over a kimuna. The Jew went the whole history of the gas well be- fore, was not in a to" say that he would take over the well. If the city take over the ..well court proceedings 1 no that they Vnd it l-own twenty-five feet with it, Mr. Fresman1'said ar- Iti-li tw _ii_'j u L-.. might be made "so that down to the river-bottom to sell her; and .her friends some wearing .appar- el Somehow or oihc-r the kimona "Veat migUt.guarantee a certain depth. :If he gave an absolute guar- torn of xelfgraphy up with a strong appeal to those present in which he showed need and responsi- bility resting upon- Christian Church- es. The native converts ask for more missionaries. Among the curios on exhibition were spears, knives, belts worn by ladies, snake skins, and a large tooth. Two objects that proved-r.very -inter- estingvwere a dentists'- mallet nnd wooden pillow. In showing bugle Mr. Sinclair explained'-the. sys-j used the nu- the bugle