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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ay, February S, THE LETHBlUDtiK DAILY HEltALII Pagetf. is blended to suit the Canadian pulate. Sold only iu air-tight packages. A pound of "Salada" makes 200 cups of delirious tea. We are located In the district where the wheat captures world's prizes. This is the kind of wheat vJt mill. Our machinery is of the latest modern type and our methods up- tc-date. That is why-our (lour is popular. EDITED BY "UNO" PHONES FTKtil DEuNOC I the benefit of those who have not (1 can aufcure you It will bo well worth j your while to be Liie uurmUury tomorrow evening. Some people's idea of charity is giving away their old clothes when they can't wear them any longer. Self denial SB often doing without whait you know you can't have. VISITING DAYS lionesses tomorrow: .Mrs, Uroiv 11 and Miss Hanna, 625 Uurdett St. Mrs. F. C. Salmon. Mrs. K. ij. Wallace. Mrs. W. .1. McCumbly will not re- ceive tomorrow. f Mrs. Gay will not receive tomorrow. Mrs. 11. D. Williamson is entertain- NEW GRAIN ACT Ottawa, Feb. the Senate .leruuy bir Jvicnard cartwrigiu iutro- aucfed a very Irnporta.ni bill respectin gram wnlch is practically an amend ment to the Manuoua. Grain and In- Act. in order that the bill have issued irivitiuioivs for a card near Glacier on Tuesday delayed tue njI'fciJL be carolully studied by the ty and musicale to be held on lor a hours. The track is members.the second reading .was set CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Don't Worry Club will bold -juv other of the jolly hops tomorrow even- ing in the Knights of Pythias 'lr.il. Lethhridge Camp No. 203, Canadian Order of the Woodmen of the -Wo-ku SNOWSUDE ON THE MAIN LINE Delayed Traffic for a Short Time in the M ouncams (Uaigary, Feb. small Bnowsllde evening, February iCth at 8.30 clear now. o'clock lu the Oddfellows' hall. St. Augustin's A., met in the PC ish hall yesterday afteniori for s The tilde was a small one, covering lor a. week hence. The iblll provides for the appoint c.tcr, and ,did no damage other ihan ing. Twelve members were cover (IIQ track fifteen feet 'deep. Was removed by a rotary plow and; through trains, uelayed for that sixty feet-or track. It occurred al1 Independent committee ot KOBS 1'cak. elRlu roues west ol Ulti- !inree' consisting of a chairman and two associate commissioners all o and a buey afternoon was spent. new members were welcomed society and during the early pan of the afternoon a business held the members' ing at Bridge tomorrow eveutn The "Y" girls social at the Miss Woods of Moscow. Idaho, who past evening was a most yleas has been the guest of Mrs. Audett fair. Over thirty-five guests enjoyed I and otner reasons, are. coming in to- day. So train left Vancouver day afternoon ..for the east, as wits not suttlcient equipment', there. to he named for the tenr or teu years. They will have the same extensive jurisdiction over transporta uon, Inspection'and storage'of grali yester- ia.at railway commission has ove there raUroads. They -will have power'1 tc i FOR A GOOD MEAL TRY LEADBETTER'S Next door to Eastern Town- ships Bank. FISH AND CHIPPED POTATOES Also the best Meat Pies in and Mrs. Cleary, left for Carmangay yesterday for a short visit. t n f Lieutenant Percy Shaw, who on ac: count :m accident, has been re- cuperating at the home of bis parents, Mr. and Mi's. F. D. Shuw, for., several weeks, returned to Winnipeg last evening. The teachers of Westminster school have invited the Teachers' association t.he school trustees" aud their wives to he their guests in the Kindergarten the entertaining program arranged for. their pleasure. Acceptable insirunien-t tai selections were rendered by Miss' McLennan and Master Howard and Miss McKInnon and Mr. Rhodes contributed much to the evening's en- joyment by.their well rendered vocal solos. Miss Jones, who is a new res- ident of 'the city, won encores as a reward for her apt and witty recita- tions. Miss SVay also guests wi'th a number readings. During the evening the girls who reside at "the home served A LIQtiOR CASE WARNER License! Inspector 'Hobt. Nimmons went! to'..' Warner.1 yesterday to gate 'complaints' made against Dr. N. The most delicious of chocolate They stand alone in their smoothness, richness and unique _ flavor. insist on having COWAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. TIE co. FIRST ROUND FOR DINGWALLCUP Judge Voids The Winnipeg Bonspielis Now in F ii 11 Swing-This Morning's Contests Warner Election (Continued from front investigate and control-all question relating to transportation, iuspectior and storage of grain and will have au- thority- to-weigh-and examine grf.ir j whenever they.desire. They' will also following scores iu which clubs out- 'power'to declare which orc-iside of Winnipeg took part: property wuico appeared under an- otner nitme in February, or March lust year, hegardlcg' the voters' Jl.it, eaid at the ni-nination meeting, no: fcody seemed very clear ag to the nicatlons tor ii voter. It was decided Winnipeg, Man., Feb. pro-j anyone who bad resided in gress made this morning In the three months, owned property first round for the Dlngwall Cup, the that o. in- town. toxlcaiing j liquors without a license tnereroK'vrtth the. result that he laid room on Saturday afternoon, between Hig-- refreshments. the hours of three and five o'clock. v M D.A.Simpson's drawing rooms s appeared and the taking of evidence Mrs. William Caminsly of the Ar- were thronged during .the ho.urs the ,was over .until Saturday next. ;yle ripartiaents, has as a guest Cyprian's Parish Auxiliary held! jsister, Mrs. Edward- Peck, of. Leth-'j tbeir tea and sale yesterday ACCIDENT TO A terraiaal elevators and in fact may cc designate any elevator. .With the sent of the government and an 'appro- priation made for the purpose by parliament.the commissioners vilj nave authority to acquire by a lease purcnase. or .expropriation'any termin al elevators they may see fit or .they may construct new elevators. Flu-} are given authciity to employ expert: Dr. Steele be- and necert-'sry staff and are r in] -'i.Port Arthur ?no. 'the omces of fio tornmissloners- will be ,n lho .CMe 0[ partners to place both names below one another on the -at- sessment roll. A new election will be necessary. PETITION FOR VOTE ON A. Hopwood has bought out Somer--located'in otio'cr oilier of these cilies. ton Bros.' candy store. The, minimum penalty .will a fine of Thos. CorkhiH is back again after vvtien ccrpbrations are found, tnree weeko' trip to Spokane. BULLETS THROW j guilty th.eir olflcers are made 5Jbj-2c; I to p Flevators offen- fees arb' cc him'tied are-liaoh Lo lose BRILLIANT cnelr..licenses. fc.r a year in ndditiou werlln. Keb. of the to otn.W. penal'its.'" most interesting nature took place on! '________ijj_____ tne parade grounds tonight at which j TRIED TO ROB OLD MAN Kingston, Feb. Hickey, an j aged meinher of the grocery and liquor firm of Rodney and Hickey. was held up last night by two men who evidently- knew that he was iii j tne. habit of taking the day's recelpta jnome with him. He- was beaten al- I most .insensible when a j ed the assault and telephoned, for the. Council Will be Uiven an POUCV t'eantime Mr' ed and chased his partner's assailants, capturing one of them, Patrick Burns: or this city. Mr. Hickey was covered. Idea of Views of Ratepayers with 'blood ann !bruises, but .will re- cover. E. M. Thofnasson, general secretary j ot the Y.M.C.A., when seen by a Hec-r WINNIPEG WHEAT a recent invention in the form of rifle nullets, which throw a brilliant light when i'lred into the air, was thor- i II. F. oi secretary of the- .Alberta Sunday the city council, as every wide-awake Association, arrived in thc city last, city in Noah. America recognized the oughly tested. Search lights and ni.cht. He leaves for Warner in 5 were making every movement of the troops across the snow covered country plain-. ly visible. The military officials main- tain secrecy of the results of the tests. GOVERNMENT WON'T SEND STEAMER WITH SUPPLIES Keb. to a to meetings there. 30 Years of Success reporter this niotT.ing, said "I.j .Winnipeg, Man.. Feb. general was indeed.surprised at the action of i May opened 95 7-6, closed 95 3-4; J.uly opened 97, closed 97; October closed 92 5-8. Cash No. 1. Northern 2 Northern 39 1-4, No'. 3 1-4, No. 4. 81, No. 5 74 1-2. Oats: No. 2 No. 3 4.9 "1-2, advantage of a public library. From a few ot the labor J. D. Higinbotham d. Co., Ltd. Offer a Remedy for Catarrh. The Medi- cine Costs Nothing If It FallB When a medicine effects a success- ing men this morning I find that nn >-Q g 8g Feed 6cc on their part to j Q_ oppose the library, and T believe it is time for the citivxms of Lethbridgc to No. 1 N. W. show the city council that they at least have a right to vote on such a question. "AH that the city council was ask-i 31 1-2. Barlsy: No. 4 40, Rejected 38. Feed 36. received today from Harry V. jful treatment in a very large majority e.d do was to eo on record in fav-j.. Kadtord. who started out last October'01" cases and when we offer that of submitting bylaw to the peo- The announcement of the marriage iu tins win ou me UOSIB k and the citizens of Leihhridge will a .three-year tour of the on olir own Personal guanintee; pic. Thc question of three or four tho guests. The ladies have been trlnge of the continent and who isi'hat R win cost tbe norhinS if, thousand dollars per year for main ten of Mr. C. S. Lott, of Calgary, to Mrs. i honored with a special and urgent .Juliet Eaton Hay, of Glenholme. Ti-1 invitation to visit the building uuring voli Road. Cheltenham, bus-the evening. been received in the city. The R0y was ctvair- riagc ceremony was solemnized wtniernig at. i-'ort Smith, nine does QOt completely relieve auce is vcry easily, stilled, ami it ared miles north of Edmonton by the it is only reasonable that or at lea practical test Sr. James Church, Cheltenham. Rev. Austin Modson. widow of Inspector-? Hay. and jman of the committee who ar- by'range the musical program. f3r. G-Ib-j trails, he has received letters me .vsimter of Marine and the 'Tacts' which" thc or ShOUlQ i wouw that much at lcast. ,c T, maintain a librarv, whether it was -1'- all l of the interior telling Iiim the people to substantiate. Wei "A petition wili be circulated ask- is th cannot allow a boat; want them to try Resall M.ricu-Tone, a ins; 1hr ratepayers Jo request tlie city In cbarBe j 10 go to Chesterfield to carry prepared from a prescrtp- council to pass a motion to thc effect- S Herat Kooert 'Dowiins alloys during tho cventns 1 i ter of the late IP Johnson and his committee will be puni'lles' Radford hadjtion of a phyalciau with whom catarrh j Uiat. lhcy viu a bylaw to iGcorseFowler. Bodiiigton, M. in chaise of the lobbv and Mr. var'0rtered pfty a specialty, and who has a record he will be unable to continue his jot >'ears enviable success to e srcitrc a giifc i NEWCASTLE WON London, Feb. played football game between. Newcastle United and North- ampton In the second round of the English Cup, resulted m a win Tor the former by one goal to nil at home. and fl nntlniiK more or less than a complete u-rord in motion pictures of the lat- est happenings of interest, sensational and spectacular, that, occur in worm immediately previous. Every TVCC-IC a new Gazette will he shown of the late Lieuc and the patrons will bo :h-.is H of Ottawa, to see events of world wide import- 1 s.-redcrlc peters. son of Colonel anre at their 'very doors. Thoro Is noi MTS. peters, of Victoria. B. '.M; C- Probably has its first real meeting last night <0 and ctonae the cntSrn nv.i-' ;hr nunibor pnroHcd is increasing tnrt, to deslrovj R pr.d the psrnsltes Kpcnan, aged SS the to: has made tours in Canada ami oih and once visited Leth- co. Her debut seven years ago a musical sens.ition. Her story is the hsve al- 2- builrMne, for ,VCry day. Mrs. C ask Women have rcoro thsir of the aches and pains that afflict hu- manity. They must "keep up." ia spite of constantly aching .backs, or head- aches, dizzy spells, etc. Mrs. Edvrard Calwood of 123 S. Harold Street, Fort William, Ont, says: "I suffered with dull, miserable i pains, soreness across my back aud Jin my sides for months. They _______, cctch me so badly at times that I 'could move around. I would Feb. Grain Grow- have dJzty spells and altogether, fol1- for government own- generally run down. After using a MANY !H! rural telephones, standard imple- number of remedies without finding Alberta TIMOTHY :sx j j BLUE JOINT i HAY i AM kinds of Hny, Grain. nlwnys on band at