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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday. February 8- Page 5, a The 1910 Cadillac "Thirty" I no illegality in the city buying goods 3> i from Aldermen provided that their i TK or embroidered linens and em- broidered piques and dimities ?T) shown in plain Gibson or neat f a; tucked styles. to The extensive preparations ,we to meet your every need in newest tailored suits, coats and skirts for Spring will be a revelation to the women of Lethbridge and vicinity. Shipments will be to hand shortly, the arrival of which we will advise you through these columns. From the- most inexpensive to the highest grade garments every is in perfect keeping with present modes. Materials shown will be nothing but ab- solutely pure wool and thor- oughly shrunk; the fit and shape keeping qualities are unsurpassed, and the prices will be the lowest ever heard of in this city for garments of such excellent qualities and thorough dependability. REMARKABLY GOOD VALUES IN NEW UNDERSKIRTS Excellent quality caffeta silk undepgar merits in black only and light weight; silk moreen garments as well In colors navy, brown, green, sky, rose, tan and black. Made with French ripple and extra fullness. Special o o 8 Aldermen Take It Seriously lContinued from front page) the author of Dad's Council in The Herald last year, stating that the ar- ticles were holding the council up to ridicule by the use of "Methodist pro- fanity" in describing their doings. He also had something to say on the com- ments on tne delay in securing the rotary snow plow. "They must have expected it to come by wireless." To return to the matter of the cigars a resolution was passed "that the mayor jand aldermen feel highly indignant at the unauthorized use of their names in a local newspaper as an advertising and protested strongly against this use. The Buckeye man will now have to run to cover or devote his caricaturing to other personages than the city fa- thers. i-1 Frederick W. Brown, Manager MINISTER FOR ST. CYPRIAN'S HERE Rev. W. V. McMillen, who recently resigned his charge at Wetaskiwin, has been appointed by Bishop Pink- ham to take charge of the new par- ish, south of Courtland street, in this city, to be known' as St. Cyprians. Mr. McMillen has arrived in the city to take over his new charge. Mrs. McMillen and their little girl will come later. GOOD SHOW AT THE EUREKA 1 I J. TO-NIGHT The Jeanne Russell Co. in FRIENDS T i T Scats Selling at the Red Cross Pharmacy M Joseph Salkfield, a ranchf.T of Wa- dena, Sask., committed suicide Sat- urday by drinking carbolic acid. The Western Liquidation Co. IN CHARGE Remember the place- _ The Old Herald Building, Round Street South Next the Eureka Theatre The show last night, at the Eureka was more like the Eureka standard than those of the past couple v.-eeks nave been. The pictures were good, including a. feature film "The Hunter's Grief in which picture story a hunter accidentally shot and killed a small iboy, himself becoming insane, with jtlie events of his future life following.: Another one. a "freak film" was "The j in which the inventor in- ivents such things as arc seen only on canvnp. Clover Clark, the wirn equilibrist with him in his act, an Co." not named on the bill, but nevertheless worthy or" mention. It is a dog, .ind an athletic dog too, as he holds by his j teeth one end of the wire while Clark informs. Ciariv also juggles n bit and is generally a good entertainer. Fox and Durkin are genuine fun pro- j oncers, making a hit with a revised version of a late popular Italian song j ro the tune of the "Merry also "Love Me the World is Mine" somewhat revised and Their comedy sketch "The Auto Mishap." An attack of the grip-is often fol-' lowed by a persistent cough, which; to many proves a great, annoyance.! C.iamborlain's Cough Remedy has i been extensively used and with good i success for the relief and cure of i this cough. Many cases have been j cured after all other remedies had! A. few minutes delay In treating some cases of croup, even the length of time It takes to go for a doctor often proves dangerous. The safest way is to keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at the first indication of croup give the child a dose. Pleasant to take and always cures. Sold by all druggists. WALKER T T T T HOUSE TORONTO'S Adjoins Union Station. Cars to all parts pass doors. Spacious rooms, remodelled and handsomely furnish- ed. The cuisine is unsurpassed. Amer- ican and European plan. GEO. WRIGHT 4. MACK CARROLL Late of Winnipeg Proprietors Homestead O'Connor, ior the Lethbridge District is in the city i this week. When Cold Winds Blow When cold winds blow, birine frost is in the air, and back-draughts down the chimney deaden the fires, then the PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokeless DevleeJJ shows its sure heating power by steadily supplying just the heat that is needed for comfort. The Perfection Oil Heater is unaffected by weather conditions. It never No a genial, satisfying fceat. The new Automatic Smokeless Device prevents the wick being turned too felgb. Removed in an instant. Solid brass font holds 4 quarts of to give otrt a ffewrac for 9 brass wkk Heater beautifully finished in nickd or Japaa in variety of styfcm. ETCTT DeaJer Erarirhert. If Write far to tZK ItLJMUt