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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M. J. H. IKI1TH (WtM) fed) Ifrd- M V INSURANCE lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald ?HE PLACE TO STAY te Uttttpi'tti HUM MH' MINERS iare the dealers in 'Miners' Supplies in Leth- They are imported direct from the iu quality are the best ob- 'taihable.- liners' Rais Sqtiite Flasks Imps Merita ick ttc. A PERSONAL GUARANTEE When you happen to buy a Toilet Brush, either Hair, Tooth or Nail, do you nsk for a guarantee as to its durabil- ity? WE'give a personal guarantee with French or Japanese made brush we sell, and if it fails to satisfy we exchange it without demur. J, OJigiii totli a mSCs.lt c. Family and Dispensing: Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Cleric The McKeown-tiick i Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodic Jt Stafford and Wakely PHONE 62. Z CITY AND DISTRICT S Gramophone Records ail TO V.'. F.. Bullock, of was in the] city last night. j 11. Ll. Hudmer of Coutts is sp.'jid-1 ing the day in the city. F.. C. went to Spring Con- lee this morning. J. Mi'Nicoll was a passenger i for the north on this morning's local j K. S. Pilling of Cardston, went: j out this morning. i i The first mail from Iron Springs! Diamond City arrived today. Jl. T. -Cherry of Winnipeg is expect i IH! in the city this week. K. of Calgary is ''.hi; dav in thc citv. i .1. C. Huffman of Calgary is a i itor in the city today. I The Store of Quality 1 Dear Madam. Yoii are cor- dially invited to meet Mrs. Lloyd at our store tomorrow Saturday, Monday X and Tuesday. Mrs. Lloyd is demon- strating Cowan's f Perfection Cocoa, f Cake Icings, etc., and will be pleased to explain to all f visitors the advan- f X tages of using these jp goods. H i Q H C LASS STO R E: FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, ICC CREAM, Etc. GOOD CO. Oppciile Pott Office 98 In about six weeks will hove a complete lino of HIGH- CLASS GKOCER1ES Keep your I on this ad KEAN'S Ot-D Nelson Fraser I WEATHER BULLETIN. Edmonton, cloudy...... I fitir Lethbridge. cloudy i> i Medicine Hat, cloudy .12 Prince Albert, clear HuttUnord, fair -lOti j Itegina, cloudy '.-4 clear G -10 J t Big Drop in Cut Glass v. Sow Peopte Eipect Iw Sfeoa to 8irt And they are seldom (lisappoirited, They buy that kind. The fact that a shoe should feel comfortable from the is unknown to them because they have never felt the luxury of putting on a rightly made shoe.. They overlook the fact that we carry shoes that give the wear of two puirs of the kind they buy. Let your next pair be a shoe bought at F COW (ft CO. Lethbridge Laurie, the- Cardston lawyer Winnipeg, clear -20 in thc city today. j Port Arthur, rlear 12 -10 Imported green lettuce at the Good Bulletin From Central Office j i SP.OW falls have occurred in north-! .1. 0. Hannah'of Calgary is in thejern Alberta and in northern'and oust j l cm parts'of 'Saskatchewan. Other- j; W. Saucier of Calgary, Collector of: wise fair weather has 'prevailed in j i Inhiml Revenue for Calgary division, j the '..prairie provinces a'nd weather inj most districts has been cold. mostly was in'the city this week. J. .Murtin of Medicine Hat, in- BODI5TM 1st tar ttst if teiM bik J1 spector ol Dominion Land Offices, Phone 251 in the city today. uur and very cold. A few light local} snow falls tonight ami Saturday, j. :j Saskatchewan' and Alberta, a few j S. L. Eversfield of Cardston, but 1 local mils but mostly fair jprospcrcthely of Lethhridge, was decidedly colder. ihe city over a train. '_ j The pnrtir.ion at the back of the i ir 0 n tn police office is being torn down to enUirge that oflice. C. V EL JBKAVA EL AMBAE S. R.W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters C. II. Sherwood. C. despatch! er. has been transferred from Medi- cine Hat to Cranbrook. installed: Alexander, who has been the officers of Tirher lodge Xo. 25 I.; OI jrrs_ Conylvare and jrrs. 4 I O. 0. F. at Taber :.last night. M. Johnstone, returns to Fernic to- fl II.. E. Miebach shipped a car load j night. f of oats? to Lcflingwcll Egnn. of j Jn a the river bottom last {Warner today. S night the man. named Kelly, .who -IT 4. achievctl notoriety some time ago by Immigration Agent Hart is "_ r, i, pounding the face of.one llavis into LOUttS j C Jelly, got a drubbing from Joe Pesky i.Joe it'seems, picked up-a. chair and Rev. Father was the guest! u: s n account of so j his residence hero. Mr. Sparks is a jj He has engaged the services of D. I. brother-in-law of Jos. A. Young, of! GUR a first class workman and hand this city. engraver. He is now enabled to get r _ lout work with even more-promptness T. C.' J'tmioson 01 thc. Alberta Pa-i e j cific Elevator Co. returned to Cal-j I gory this morning after making a: My fine and varied stock left over from Christmas must go to give me more room for other goods. Every bit of Cut Glass in my store will be Sold at Cost To-morrow Eook around during the day and inspect the articles and remeinber everything must gb at cost price. Our custo- mers are making the money; we are losing x NEW HOUSE 3 Rooms arid acre Jot facing on Westminster Rd, toj tens ALBERT E.IVES Booi Z, Oliter SW delivered io- all parts of the city for per toil. Cash 'must order. ;.Of'rill kinds done, on short notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere 1BTEII HKNH! I TllWfU fiffict Office 42 lilwil KM C. ROSS M Jeweler 1 Watch! Watth Watch I Only a few more oixlers for coal required to enable me to make the draw for the magnificent Watch for the date to be announced shortly in this space And hurry up with your coal orders. Don't forget to drop stub In ballot Post Office. H. HAYR Successor to Dixbn Transfer Co.. Phone ISO Box 27 F R E Carrie F. Cook has written boards of Trade reached their r'espec- the secretary of the Agricultural So- tivc first thing they told ciciy suggesting- Altabridgc ns a suit the nuwspftper men was tliat thucit- able name for the fair grounds. izens of left no stone un- trip through the south country. j of Trade meeting yesterday dealmjH j'turned to rn-t'ce th.'-ir eniovible with the court house site it reads as The city directory, which is to be to ma the irerald but is 3 miir.ce at the Bijou tomorrow night, for further consideration on account, j Wilson's venture, .solely. an extra attraction will be produc- of being too high, but have ed entitled ''Hace for Millions." not. .by any means .been thrown out. Llovd. the Cowan Co. demon-! The nrosnocts for the building of nold furniture, within the next tivo strator. is in'the city and will give j the railroad from'Maclcod to Card- cocoa and chocolate demonstrations; ston and thc boundary seem to be. 'good. This week' the delegates from Dc-t.-ctivo .Staff-Sergeant Wilson of j Macleod and Carriston who Mrs. L. P: Tweed in California, Secretary Hall in Ontario and Cousins out. of the running for the .Federal nom. Snydor. Burdctte- ination? strcfet will sell the whole of her house Xelson Frnserrs store. weeks. Persons wishing to buy pri- vately may within the next ten days Piano dining table and chairs polished oak. .Library mission wood. OLD COUPLE FROZEN Montreal. Feb. Jlobi- doux. game warden of St. Jewit and i A PICTURE Send 'us your and address on a postal anil wo will mail yoii free of charge one of our beau- tiful Pastel Pictures en- tiUeu 001: 1ST HOB filBL This is a valuKble pic- ture and well worth framing. havo 1000 of them and as 'lomr as they last we will distri- bute free. ElUWl IIU i tuifiii w. l a UTISUKE, UTi J Buttercups KING OF SWEETS Saturday Only ROCHON'S Candy Kitchen Lethbridge Markets Wheat and other V tturYart tertt if ttt formerlv of' appointed to look after it were >J-- in UIP Ym-c-. i from go inr mediate-1 T] his wife have been brought to the city in a badly frozen condition. They got lost in a snow storm on Xo. 1 Xorthern Thc Medicine Hat News snys: "Say Tue-iduy and were buried in snow un- Division. Calgary, this district having'been in the force _ _ at Kipp came to toxvn last night I ,to the capital to see to it. llark'j those chaps must know j m Thursday when found, i from the -south am! loft, for Calgary I Spencer, the Cardston delegate, left how to treat .their visitors white. As' for Ottawa We'Jnesduv night. Jfrs. Bro- No. 2 Xorthcrn Xo. 3 Xorthern Xo. Xorthern Xo. 5 Xprthorn i'Xo. 1 Alberta tins ryornmff. Letters of administration for the j Hcvcnuc department is j dieux is badly frozen so that she will i 2 Alberta Ken soon as the delegates to the recent; likely die wit her husband who is g'Aibcrta Ked estate of Win. IJullock late of" Tahcr ij tliaL llle I are being tnkon out by E. Bul- j lock, son of the deceased. The value of Southern Alberta years of age may .survive. win Flatcher of the Inland Revenue tie-! of the estate is placed at payment of Calgary was in the c'ayj consisting chiefly of mining stocks different ston-s or nrar -three sanrplvs each of feed and bran. Thesj he G. H. Johnston remarked to the herald this morning that whenever i leaving one xvuh thc proprietor ot i l tnc stores whon he them. .One LJ u rj he Keeps at. Calvary and the othor m tne Herald he sold right out tne i ,v.. t t to Ottawa to be tested as to next dav. He has cleaned out sev- Sits punlv. Ji not satistactorv to era! lines dunnr his sab _. L the vendor, another test, can be way. The D tonic look tor the Hsraid made 'with the package he has and read its advertisements. led. CO TM C.P1 TUCIS IT AIRY I LOST .1 ONE BROWN POKY, branded 134 1 B on right hip en Tight Lnst seen in-Card- H. J. Alta. Co. 2 Rejected cwt. Barley per cwt. Flax..................... per bus. Dressed Turkeys......... per Ib. Ducks......... per Ib. Geese............-...'........ per Ib. Chickens .._____.. per !b. Cattlo on the Stcors per Ib. Cows I.ivc per cwt. Dressed.................. per cwt. Sheep: Live per cwt....... ?5 l Dressed per cwt. Ruttcr: Dairy...... per Ib. 25 Creamery...... per Ib. 30 Kffgs'...... per doz. 30 Potatoes............... pcr-cwt. ......85 Turnips per Onions per Ib. ;3 Parsnips per Ib. i{ Carrot's per ib. Upland .._per ton Joint per ton HIGH PRICED SOFAS Ilarrisburg. pa., Feb. yoices and furniture, show thfit prior to. sijcuring .the capitol furnishing contract in Sander- son sold furniture to the stale on thu basis-of "linear foot" measuro- i monts, thoso 'woro put in'cr- ideiice at tiic triiil of Sanderson, for- mer .Auditor Shydcr, former State Tn'jisurcr Matthews and Jan. M. Shuinaker, 'former superintendent of grounds ami buildingK, in the Dauphin County court The defon.se fought vigorously ag- j the introduction of this evi- l dencc. without which it-, would he t i diificult for the commonwealth" to j show that his by thti "rfur- j foot" irregular, but v. an by Judge Kunkol, The commonwealth also connected 20 the former state officers with Sander- 18 i in the charge" t--y showing that they certified to bills showing thc wrong item number in the schedule upon was given thc cnpitol iiirr.Lshhii; con- tract. To .do1 this, the state's ..law- yer's that, previous 'tj :h.i jpaymorit nf the bill for sofas. tabU-s j and clothes trees in the case now on trial, Sanderson bllU uhder the proper item rf.imbv in ibc, schedule nnd contended that, .foro, Snyner, Smtthcws "and-Shumak- er must have had knowledge that cer "tification of the lull under the wrong item was fraudulent. One of'the' scnotc "sofas, mcasu ring llj feet feet deep ami feet..high, brought into court as an exhibit. The commonwealth show cd; a sofat 6 feet" on the 15. surface, feet measurement, .un- der the special schedule of 19 feet by tlO Sanderson, the- rite of 13 cost thc slate ;