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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The e Daily Herald THE PLACr TO STAY flu to Utiirity is tti MUM UK M MMOiM Just Arrived A large aasortiiu nt of Enameled Tinware of all kinds Remember that we buy our goods direct from and therefore the prices are right. (rive us a call when you need anything in our line Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention THE-------- HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 ONLYMED1C1NES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has our rule for nearly quarter of a centxiry Please keep tbe Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases ou week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 10.30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1 PJH. 4 to 5 p.m. 8 30 to 9 p m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell J, F1MILY ilD OlSPEISlie CHEMISTS New Records I For Edison, Columbia and Victor. lOGERWS MUSIC 5TOBE 1st tar West if ynoi Ink for Underwood Typewriters. CITY AND DISTRICT J. W. Wooli, M.P.P., is ia the city today. E. S. Huntoids, of Taber, is in the city o.i business todav. The T. Lebel Co., of Pincher Creek, has been incorporated. First performance at 7.45, second at 9.30 p.m., at the Eureka. Tobacco has been grown success- fully at Sturgeon Lake, north of Edmonton. Nathaniel Marshall, of this city, has been appointed an inspector of steam boilers. The Burwash school district, with W. Thomson, Carmangay, as senior trustee, has been created. W. D. L. Kardie has been appoint- ed a commissioner for taking affida- vits, R. A. Gillis came in from Eaymond last night, and is spending a day or so in the city. W. F. Tate, from Cranbrook, came into the city last night, bringing a The Store of Quality Received New Cali- fornia Celery And Cauli- flower PHONE 21 en CD. TIB Only UliOII Store la tie City THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy .02 4 -26 Calgary, cloudy .02 22 2 Lethbridce, cloudy...... 36 1 Medicine Hat, Cloudy. .10 36 4 Winnipeg, snowing..... 18 .8 A decidedly cold wave has entered the Western "Provinces, and tempera- tures have fallen considerably. Provinces Northerly winds, fair and colder to. day and Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT. The Senate o-ave a dance last in honor of Miss Tilney. who is about to leave the city. About forty cou- ple came in answer to the invitations. The music supplied by the Symphon--- Orchestra was particularly erood and evferyone present enjoyed a very happy time. Your last chance to Tht Brown- ies at the Eureka tonight. A meeting- held last nieht in the of- fice of 3Iessrs. Hatch: and Coons to complete the arrangements for the i i, u i, IT- -Lincoln celebration was a small but representative one. There was no par IJSIT. Tate intends to make Lethbndge ucular. business done, but authoritv was given to the various workers to complete what had previously been proposed as the idea was meeting en- thusiastic suoport on every side. Geo. H. Summers Stock Co. intro- duces a new play every night next Don't let Distance Deter You from sending your prescrip- tions to our store to, bs fiH- ed. Distance need be no bar, as a call by telephone from you or your doctor will bring a messenger to your door, get your prescription, have it dispensed, and re- turned in short order. Telephone 272. UtertaDfogandBookCfl, Prescription Specialists I, I, IinET, M9r. I his home j L. H. Jelifie, of Spring Coulee, was in the city last night on his way home from the Grain Growers' Con- vention. Next Summers Stock Co. at the Lyceum. J5t 50c and 75c. now on sale. 43-S convention Groceries Get Your Week's Supply of Groceries at our Popular CASH PRICES Tomatoes, Peas, Corn, Beans, lOc and per Can Tetley's Teas, 30c, 40c and 50c per Ik 20 ib. Bag B, C Sugar, Prunes at lOc per Ib. Apples, per box, Oranges, 25c, 30c and 40c per dozen Choice Lemons, 30c per dozen Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips, Onions, Celery, Parsnips at Lowest Prices HUDSON'S BAY CO. j i i i i i 11 4 I I I I A Large Assortmet of LADIES' OXFORDS Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY London lot, size 30 x I47i ft., Also 2 lots, size 25 x ft., water, water ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK week. Buy your ahead. from the G-rain Growers' at Calgary. The regular monthly meetine of at the TWENTY-DROWNED. Berlin, Feb. miners, re- turning home from the Polish mines near Brockhausen, Brunswick, were drowned. This mates twenty casual- ties. handcuff queen Lyceum tonight. at the 436 BE P08TED A good "move" is for you to "look over" our lumber stock and note the items that most interest you. After that get our figures on your entire LUMBER BILL before placing your order. Being "posted" means that you know the lumber market. Knowing the lumber market is easy if you're in touch with this yard. Buy lumber here. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld Telephone 23 and 123 Relief Society will lie held home of Mrs. Chivers on Feb. 8th. at 4p.m. The Pastor's morning- subject at Wesley Church tomorrow mornirur be "Purifying Power." The evening- topic will be :'First things first." Sittines free. Strangers alwavs wel- come. Under the auspices of tbe local So- cialist Party. F. H. Sherman, Presi- dent District 18, U.M.W. of A. will de liver an address on Socialism in the Oliver Hall tomorrow (Sunday) after- noon at 3 o'clock. Ladies are spe- cially invited. Remember the Eureka is packed every night, so come early. The Eckhart family of Swiss Bell the best un Uie .A merican con tinent, will tl this city on Feb. 24th. They carry a !aree varie- tyof the best instruments. The Eck- hart family, who are everywhere greet ed with crowded houses, will appear at Wesley Church, under the. auspices of the Ep worth League. Tomorrow will be Evaneelist Mc- LacHlan's last day in Westminster church. His morning subject will be "The Ideal Life" and in .the evenmtr .he will speak On "The Judgment." In the afternoon he will address the Sun- day School. At the eveninar service a thank-offering will be taken on be- half of the Evangelist. All are in- vjtedto these services. Special sennon for vounir men to- morrow evenintr in the Baptist church (corner Redpath and Rev. Wm. Reid will preach a special ser- mon for yountr men. subject. "The Building- pf Character." A solo and a duet will be suncr during the ser- vice. Mornintr service at 11 o'clock Sunday school and Pastor's Bible Class at 3 o'clock. All strangers and visitors are heartily invited to these services. Harum" next Monday night at the Stock Co. Constable Eddy last night arrested J. A. McLeod for beinjj in possession of a Colts 38 revolver and concealing sameabout his person to the danger of the public He was in an intoxi- cated condition when arrested and afterwards transpired that he had stolen the eun i'roim Bert White, a restaurant keeper. McLeod was let off suspended sentence. i The city police report that ex-Con. Rowley, who escaped from cus- today, is making his way to the States. It is believed that he is in the neigh- the borhood oi Medicine Hat, sis he has no money to pay travelling expenses, j and is beating his way along. Uo definite .news, however, of his where- abouts can be obtained by the men searching for him. Don't fail to see La Salle and Lind, champion ciub jugglers, at the Eu. reka. Fresh Vegetables and Fruit This Week Califmia Cauliflower, Cali- fornia Celery, B.C. Cabbage, B.C. Carrots, B.C. Parsnips, Tangerine Oranges, Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Comb Honey, Dates, Figs, etc. Read our special Week Knd Sale, which was ad- vertised in Wednesday's pa- per. THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Duff Addi- tion Lots ia this subdivision at from and upwards, easy payment plan. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK We have Buyurs for 2 Good Residential Lots, close in J Lot, close in, Round St. preferred 1 Secti >u Land, Lethbridge District TO KENT -4-rooojed Gottagp, per month Standard Land Co. Ltd.! CAPITAL, SURPLUS J: Box 680 Phone 198 Agents Winnipeg fire Insurance ROBERTSON IS WRATHY. the LOS ANGELES ALARMED. Los Angeles, "Cal., Feb. has been discovered that Samuel Bernick, a candy vendor, who is now a. patienl at the County hospital, is suffering from leprosy. In the last three years he has sold thousands: of packages confectionery to school children oJ all ages in Los Angeles, and the dis. covery has caused much anxiety on the part of the children's parents. He is now under arrest. GOOD General Servant wanted. Ap- ply to Mrs. E. R. Davis, London Road. 48-1 Thursday, between. Bom- pas and Redpath Sts., lady'a gold watch. Reward for return Office. 48.1 Try Our PHOTO CHMCHIS Made by NmUIGH VELCNE England I- J. Johnston Pfwripttoo DragguK -QUALITY QUARTERS- WANT NINE-HOUR DAY, Edmnton, Feb. amend, ments which'will be.asked for by the coal operators to the eight hour bank to bank law aim at what is know as the eight hour at the face law. This allows for a half hour in getting to work and half an hour in returning from work: This means really a nine- hour day for the miners. Fire did damage to McMil- lan and Moore's store at Goderich. One hundred and forty thousand acres of timber land were disposed of by an' English syndicate to Vancou- ver capitalists for a figure in the vi- cinity of i Henry Moss fell a hundred feet down an elevator shaft in Andrew Darling's new warehouse at Toronto, and was picked up living. He is now in the hospital and can hardly sur- vive his injuries. The Renfrew., Ontario, hockey team is anxious to come West for games with the Shamrocks, of Winnipeg, and will probably be accommodated. The Renfrew team has not been beaten this season. R U Going 2 Build m Home. If to, let us figure on the Hardware for you. Bring jour plan in and we will gire you an estimate for the different grades and finishes Mord-lgnew Co, 'If YOB Live Out of Town write on the note that it does Bargain Sale For One Week Only Two Lots on Gniness St., Riverview Subdivision CASH The C. BJowman Igency P, 0, lloek Pfcoie in DISTINGUISHED PRELATE DEAD Rome, Feb. Serafine Cretoni, prefect of the Congregation of Sacred Rights, Indulgences and Sacred Relies, died yesterday of j pneumonia. The Pope sent him his apostolic benediction. HIGH-GRADE CONFECTIONERY .CARRIE TOO GAY. Lndon, Feb. Nation be. can stand criticism. Purest sugars, i came acquainted with the London po- truest flavorings as a baby's smile. Bon-Bons, Taffies, day: and always fresh} lice courts this afternoon, when she Superb .Chocolates, was fined for thrusting her um- brella through a window of a car on the underground railway upon which a cigarette advertisement was pasted. etc. VTru ours to- Ruction's Handy Kitchen TO LOSE GOOD OFFICIAL. Toronto, Feb. South- worth, head of the branches of for- estry, immigration and colonization, of the department of lands land, mines for the Province of Ontario, is about to resign, due, it is said, to cutting some or the branches from his con- trol. Lying Grit Couldn't Tell Truth if They Tried. Calgary, Feb.. J. Kobertson, M.P.P., leader of the Opposition in the Provincial. Parliament, was in the city this week attending the Grain Convention. The correspondent at- tempted to interview on'the poli- tical situation ,but -the leader of the j Opposition, following .the example. of many great men, positively 'declined to talk. j "When I do say he re-i marked, "I am inusquoted by all the papers in the province, and repre- sented as saying things that never entered my head: i "As an example, I was represent- ed by the'Albertan and the Edmonton Bulletin; as advocating .annexation to the United States in a speech' at the i Burns anniversary banquet-in Edmon_ ton, and the. impression was spread broadcast that I was a red hot an- nexationist and disloyal to the Brit- ish Crown. Those lying Grit papers have their knife into me because I have exposed so much crooked work at Edmonton; they could not tell the truth about-me if they tried." If you know anything about htnd- j cuffs or straight come tfr Lyceum. Will Open For, Business EGYPTIANS PROTEST. Paris, Feb. nuinber of Egyp- tian students in .Paris sent a telegram to Sir' Edward -Grey, the British Foreign Secretary, protesting against Great Britain's continued oc- cupation of Egypt. Convention favors Socialist Principles (Continued From Front of machinery creates, thus preventing them from buyimr back out of the markets the equivalent .of what they have produced, necessarily causing a glutted market; therefore be it Resolved, That we, the United Mine Workers of America, District No. 18. in annual convention assembled, rec- ognize and declare for the necessity of the public ownership and operation and the democratic management; of all those means of production and ex- chanjje that are collectively .used; that every working man or woman williner and able to-work can have free access to the means of life" and- cret the full Pekin, Feb. Wei, presi-sodal value of what they produce. dent of'the Board of Communication, and three tinder-secretaries of the' board, werer today dismissed in dis- grace. Mrs Douglas North a few remainiDg of Hygean Fleecelined Underwear -AT- PEiV CENT REDUCTION room To make Spring Opening. foi Our Trouble Once was to find buyers for the land we had, But low Is To find, esoijzh land for the buyers we have. Entirely lew Plan For selling either Wild or Improved Land. Town Lots or City Property. List What to Have With Us low Tkt Ciiriiii mi Eitite III HlHtKlt b. OFFICE-MYAM ROCI P.O. BOX 387 In introducing this resolution Dele- gate Stubbs made, an-eloquent ap- peal for its Delegate Evans also, in a fiery address, showed how his ideas had changed, and that in this was the workingman's only sal- vation." President-Sherman also delivered a lengthy and eloquent oration in favor of the resolution. Following are a few quotations from his .speech: "Socialism means either the salva- tion or damnation of the human fam, ily." "The' powers of press and the pulpit have chloroformed the think- ing powers, qf the workingman." "Editors have to voice the wills of their masters." "Some coal diggers are the most ig- norant due to condi- tions." "Capital dictates the policy of the press." "Reporters are truth, and send the truth to the office." "I thank God there are a few good parsons." "Man's aim to leave the world better than he found it." "Half the locals in District 18 would be down and out were it not for the Socialists." "If I had advocated a different policy I could have been an It.P." "There isn't an editor in the West that dare call his aoul his "The Church says private property is a divine "Two hundred and forty men were laid off the day after the election in Calgary. They voted for their em- ployers first." "The average employer of labor in Canada is the worst in the world." Delegate McDonald, froin Michel, took exception to- the last statement claiming there was much. English capital in Canada. Dinner Served From 6 to 8 The Cafe will Be Open All Night for SHORT ORDERS 15 ROUNDS Oliver's Rail Friday fob, 12 Between Kid Williams Ex-Champion of Montana, and Jack Clarke Cbumpioaef Ptikddphift St. Valentines Ball REMEMBER In whatever business or work you are engaged, your clothes need atten- j tion. For per month we keep your clothes in first class shape. City Dye Works; Round St. Tel. 353. 43-O Keep in mind the night of FEB. 17, when St. Valentine's Ball takes place- Oliver's Uest Prizes .for best waltz. Turkey supper at .Alexandra Cafe, Oddfellows' Ulocfc. can be bought at the-hall on nijrht of Ball. ;