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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE 6L'i TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Wimlsol- .Best a Day Hotel in Alh-trta GE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LeYHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel the Beit and l.nt SUy HARDWAi must be 1 dependable -h ,.r.'l._ _V! L'-.lj'V. lti..t C. W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" 5th.Street rhjr.t 751 iinny Southern Alberta Ranch lOQD Acres Under C-Lltivatisn Acres Meadciv Runr.fng Water i-Wire Fencing ar.d Cress Fenciig cf Five Rooms Sunk House Ba-n for 20 Head wHh left fcr 20 tens hey. Peultry House, Corral, etc. NCSP Efevatcr and larce TQIMI en C. P, H. he arranged. OWNER MUST THTS EXCEPTIONAL PRICE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 5th St. South LethbrTdge. Alberta California Canned Fruits and Vegetables kni [se most uuj MsM itijj'iLvucti by :uij by the if.-. an! Ubby, TV- HelnicmU1 r.ickiiig Co., k.iJers in Fruit Oanuir.y. We waist yon lo of those Ublji> IT DeliuonU' SlUvd IVa.-lie-s I's. '1 for 35c or Fancy 2 for 35c Ubby? F.ir.cy Koj.it Ciiorrtt-s 25c l.iiilivv Anno I'hio -U-i'k-, for y White Apples. 2'a ..............25c Lil'l'js Asparagus Tipj, very chokv .........30c IJbbys So'Jr Kraut, 3's. '2 for...............35c- Pens, like the liSe Froncb lVas..20c Kaucy CaiaieJ SpEuaclj, 2 for.........35c Sue or rotators. lioJ llraces. Head Lettuce, Florida Orate Frull." Choice nanaoas, Hoaey, .............................45c Gof-J Storage Kjgs ......................l..35c THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail Grociry Dept Ml Who'ltHtt Dipt 1B1. The Secret of Flaky Loaves, Light and Wholesome, is "Our Best" Flour Your Grocer carries it U, High Low i; S .01 Swill airre.nt, clear. S .01 -3S Mir.nedosa, S" 1'orl Arthur, de.-ir li .01 (irand Forks 2'1 5 .1 THE NURSING MISSION Provides veiling nurses for ma- ternity and all medical and surgk'al casts (except contagious diseases) and charges according to tie cir- i cumstaaces of tiip. pattc-ot. Poor j patients cared for free ol charge. P Graduate for private also provided. For furl lie r particul- ars'appiy to the Xursbg Mission 1415 7Lh Avenue South, {Miss) A. M. Supervisor. (Mitt) M. A. McKay, Gratl. Union Transfer Messsng-r, Biggage, Transfer, aad Coal. Prompt Delivery PHONE 491 occurred, nut we, CONFEDERATION SWSr; _ --___ Saskatchewan. IS" .22 C -IS .02 24 11 scattered snow storms have occurred, but weather throughout the irovictts has been mostly fire specially in northern Medicine Hat, sr.ow I'rir.cc Albert, dear Mw5e Jaw, clear Qu'Appeilc. fair LIFE ASSOCIATION Forty-second Annual Report Figures for thi Year 1913 Show Satis- factory Advance in the Affairs .cf the Company. FOKKCAST: All Wfit-Kair and very cold today ami Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT Lecture Postponed The illustrated lecture advertised [or tonight in the Salvation Army anei ua; been postponed usitil further notice. The Forty second Annual Meeting of tlie Confederation Life Association was held at tt'e Head Office on Tues- day, January 27th, when the Report j_________ of the IMrectort' Tor the year enriine IDccc-mcer 31sL 1013, r.-as presented." Uethbridge Advertised in Jamaica I The statement furnished evidence j Commissioner Tracy this morning jol'a healthy condition ir, all depart-1 received a request from the Canadian jnients and of the Company's i-ooliH- l agent al Kinnton, Jamaica, for two ?d prosperity. hundred copies of "Lethbridae oa the NEW BUSINESS. Mail." Accepted insurances aggregat- RECORD CHURCH COLLECTION 'ins SIJ.OSL'.jjr. were written during the ______ year, ar.d the total amount in force Lieccinber Siat sas Sua l Vinoipei, Man., riay in j Crace rhurcU, when the club.i of this I PAYMENTS TO POLICYHOLDERS taken lo defray the Je'aVli' claims totalled 5537 of an investifntior.. This j uhile holders of maiurirjg endowment .establishes a record for collections ir, Irolides received and lily GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Feb. i Kariio- Jor. cattTe imforterj, report witii restrictions on Irifh cattle, there is a "belter demand for cattle, Tvilh prices _______ there sltottfd by way of dividends. I to i-artlclpating [The lalter figures a in- 'crease over thcsp for 'any previojs year in the Company's history. INCOME. This fjrar.rji furnishes evidence til net income The Late -J. L. Wilson The death of James U Wilson, fa- ther of W. U Wilson of The Wilson Furniture Co., occurred nt the Gait Uos-pHtf on Tuesday. The funeral will take place the residence o! son, 141M Fifi'i avenue North, Friday afternoon, at 2.30 n.ui. _____________ from interest, and unaltered. Scotch steers are fetchiue from- rent.-. the 15 iu 13'i. and bulis, fizurej bcins 63 In' to IS. e o( T i i ASSETS. now total an Jr.create of f. iti ti.e year. All moneys arc HI ti.e year. AM itoneys arc can give yo-j 12 Ir.cli irood for invested in securities of the hishest fites or mixed vith goad tur.dard, and in .strict conformity requirement of :S0 Ian (iorernment. The rate ea'med UDOJI the Company's funds for your for J3.00 Ijer load, delivered. Heckerfc Vatef. Phone 13S1. C, Play Basketball Tonight seniors ami intermediate! will play the Y. M. C. A. seniors ant the school teams at baikelhal at the "Y" commencing at l o'clock. Maarath and Letfcbridge sen- 5 [ilayed a Ftron? exhibition the last time ihe two teams met and the game tonight wiil be ivorth seeing. Souvenir Book of Lethbridge THE FIRST OF ITS KIND We Iiave just received first edilloa of a Lothbridce Souvenir Booklet. It Is 5V6 by S inches in size wlih a nice .Art Cover.- and contains 32 large size views cf the City, and No Advertrsements Send a few to your friends and toost Lcthtridge. 25c each In Envelope for Wailing The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd, Profilabls Station Cardsfon 'people travel. During 1S13, a total of was ppcnt through Uio wlcliet at the Cardston u tnu a luurls B. idle of the shons an advance over the pre- liereafttr handle K. Hcores I Jcar, ar.d assures to I'ollcy- Mr. _____ ._. ______......_._. ___ and 'Sorcs. Ltd.. high class made lo [holders a continuance of the favor- siuts, macle to ri'.easure shirts fable re'.uriig have governed in and ear and a full line of furn- tlie past. SURPLUS. In ri'gard to siirjilus, re- sults ar.? reported. During the year ttfre was'earned the sum of and al December Ihe total held by [he Company for the pro or :ls Poliryholders over and above all esistiny lialiilities asrotintcd to CHANGE iN THE DIRECTORATE taring the pail ;car the Hoan' iffmd lois tiy the rlf-alli of til" Hon- rrili'e Janir-H Younc. had licen of the IHicelornle E-fnce Tli- !.ar, fllli-d hy th, c! .Mr. C. M.i.ilonald Mr. La? horn j.roinlncnll; v.'ilh th.. for I rt- Kvliich i.laced the Aswlatirm l'i ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. The follo-Ainp rultcttrt rectors for the jcar1 Mr. W. Malthe-w.'Hlr Kdu.nnJ! II. Osier, Jir. J. K. Col- lime) D. II. sir U'illiam Wl.yic jJIr. Joseph Mr. C.iuthra Mufock. Mr. John l.iejt. Col. ,Mherl L. Mr. Tlio? J. Clark. I.lenl.-Col. J. r. Mlc'ile cntl j'JIr. W. Macdcinatil. Mr. J. 1C. Macdonilil wss l'ri-2idf-l.l. .Mr. W, II. Vlte- J'resldont and chairman of the Hoard. and Sir ICdrnund D, Oilu1 Vice I'rrsl dent.. AdM. depot. TJiis an increase of over ?20U) over the previous year. freight look 215 cars, anile In- cars. HERE'S AN OPPORTUNITY TO FUL HOME LeToiv roslT If you a< I at om.o. We have, a lorge fully mcdfjrn Iioute on extra dctp lots sit- 'ualed on one of the best robl- dential streets In ihls CHy, for Terns. house could nol lie rated for less than Call iu a! our and talk It over. HOUSES TO RENT land Co, Sherlock Building, Phone W-S Sorr.c Facts for Farmers The ueatber tei.ort imblished in. tlie Herald on Tuesday, chows the -lieavlcst precipitation lor the month of January ever recorded in Eojthern Alberta. The amount was 1.55. The mean lemjieiature of 17.05: was the highest over recorded, excepting dur- ing .Taiiuary, K'10. Trtfe ivill be v.-el- coinc facts for tfie lanr.ers. Sick Room Accessories NASAL DOUCHES, CROUP KETTLES, SIMPLEX VAPORIZERS, STEAM ATOMIZERS, SPUTUM CUPS, DOUCHE CANS, FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, HOT WATER BAGS, SPINAL ICE BAGS, EAR ICE BAGS, INVALID CUSHIONS. INVAI m PILLOWS. J. D. HiginboEham Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT From the Gas Town K. S. Beattle of How Island. Ihe city iu.it Iho is u visitor In iowit. Personal Mention U. C. ll.irvey, tho Raymond sheep rancher, arrived in the city this moru. Ing. Walter Decker, of Couer D'AIene. Idaho, Is vlsltins in Iho city to look over Southern Alberta. A Prosperous Company n this Issue the Herald publishes Ihe report cf the Confederation Life -Association for the year U'13. This Association .lias recently appolnlfd Mr. Harry E. nosers of Sault Sle. Marie. Ont, as district manager for the Lethbridge district, an of- flca In the Acadia building in this city. Tho Assocatloa has been re- presented in bv tho C. u. Bo'ivman Agency tor some timo past, and that firm -.vill continue to act as local agent Enjoys B.C. Weather Kev. A. 0. Cameron, pastor of Knos ivho Is away for a month to recuperate, willing to friends In the city from Harrison Springs, li.C., states that he Is enjoying his holi- day Immensely. Ho says there are kinds of weather un there. One- kind Is wleii. It pour's rain, and the other Is when It looks ns If It would like to. Southern Alberta Wheat [H Southern Alberta Labor ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Phone 725 FOB QUALITY MEATS, AT Till) JUG IIT PlilCE. -yvv. WE HOLD OUR TELEPHONE TKAJDEi City Meat Market NEXT BALMOOAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET'SOUTH The Store TELEPHONE NO. CITY DISTRICT Bound to Reach Destination i 'Ome curious tilings coriie under .he nottce of which can- not be made public, but the oUit-r uay Postmaster Higiribotharti received a letter from Great Falls, iTiIont., ad- iaed to himself, which made n. new departure in Iho use of postage slumps. The letter bore, filflo by side in the upper right hand corner a. Un- ited States stamp and a Canadian stamp. It was the first occurrence of the hind that ever came under Mr. Htglnljotham's notice- The sender evi- dently thought the United Slates stamp would carry the. letter lo he line, and he Canadian stamp would be required to transport It from Coutts to Lethbridge. Mr. IMElnbolharn has placed it In his curio library. A Brar.ch Store hush Hroo.. proprietors of Ihe market on Fifth win open a t.'iaiirh south of the Monarch TJjealre. in NorUi tomorrow. Lethbridge Feed and Sale Barn Large Auction Sale February 7th at 2 p.m, 20 liciiil inntcljc'd niiircs nnd ngs. t niils. S licinl cliuico dairy cows. 4 head I'lill pudigroe Jersey caltlo, iu- bull. Wogon'. lin'nu.'fis. du, All stock subject lo private snlti. A Lethbricfge Case Xewe-Telegrfttii: Hearing of Hie ac- iton Trusts and Guaranlee Co. vs. P.. J. Whitla Co., was hcgun in Ihe Su- uremo Court before hta lordship, Mr. Justice Stuart, on Tuesday morning. Stanley I.. Jones, K.C., and A. .Mc- Kay are appearing for Ihe 'plainlllfs, and A. II. Clarke, K.U., along with A. dell. haa heen briefed by W. V. I'oapsl of Ix-thhridgu lo conduct the case for the defendants. It pear.i tliat K. 0. llronn of I.elhtMiIge assigned bis title to some fire Insur- ance policies to K. J. Whitli A So., of. WlnnlpoK. upon wblch the defend- ants collected JVC2. When tlic ealatc of Hrrftvn wns setlicd it was found thai Ihe assets amounted lo i3GS2 while fie liabilities amounled in 337.C5.' It (3 on behalf of Hie credilors of Ihe estate tha( plaintiffs have ap- lillcil to linve tho proceeds of the in- surance policies added lo tho assets of Iho eslato of. Brar.ii. The defence will attempt lo prove they are entitled retain the entlri; by virtue of assignment. REGINA'S CITY SOLICITOR Heglni, J.asl-., Kch. l.-TIm city 'council last night selected Mr. 0. K. HIain as tily Eoliclt'jr. For Sale-LANDS of British Columbia lands in tlic beautiful Ti'ootcnay Valley. Especially collected for fnilt growing, inixwl farm I us. stock ranching, suiriouir homes, scenic resorts, hunlins and fishing lodges. In tracts ranging from 100 to 2500 acres at prices from }10.00 IQ 540.00 per acre. Terras and particulars on application. The Land Development Co., Ltd. WARONER, B. C. COLLECTIONS OF ALL KINDS WE GET THE MONEY WHEN OTHERS FAIL THE- Brown Mercantile Agencies Phone 1624 103 Sherlock Building The Largest Collection Firm in the West RATE WAR APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN WARDED OFF llcrlfu, r'elj. from Hamburg announce Uiat several Uana Atlantic lines have made overtures to jlhe Hamtjurg-Amcrlcan line, tnggcat- jlni! that Ihe conditions existing under Ihe which expired on Jan- uary SI tc maintained during the- month of February. On tho receipt of thla news, shipping shares which al one time had been seriously effect- ed by the protective rale war. rose vigorously....... OF CANADA Significant Progress i Tlic figures below show more impressively tlian words ttic progress which Ihe Union Bank of Cantda is making. Consider tueni carefully. Cipilal Rturro.H _ Tol.l AIKJI, DepoiiU 1909 G.JSO 1910 1911 1912 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH OF1A8SV LAKE BRANCH 0. R. TINNING, A. B. KINO, NING, Actg I ;