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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, February Page 5: Get your ore it is too late 117 LOTS SOLD IN ROSEDALE ADDITION IN TEN DAYS There's a is the CHILDREN'S NARROW ESCAPE Hamilton, Ont., Feb. was anything wrong was when a lit- tle bov came into the room where she BOARD OF TRADE ELECT NEW COUNCIL (Continued from front page) We have had some difficulty with these monthly meetings owing to the acclamation. A similar fate befell Vice-President E. U. Rylands. J..W. McNicol was also re-elected by ac- clamation. The following council of eight mem- bers were elected: A. H. McKeown, A. Tilley, Q. M. Hatch, T. S. Mcken- zie, II. Macbeth, A, B. Stafford, C. F. P. Conybeare and P. Sick. In acknowledging his re-election hoped that the place of holding the meeting not be-1 !Joard would conUnue to prow as tho large enough to accommodate has grown and show at least an who wished to attend and this factijncrease sixty-six per cent, over its has kept some from attending who otherwise would have come. usefulness of last year. A city like Lcthbridge should have a membership know of the treat cure I have obtained by using Dean's Kidney Pills. I WM troubled with, my kidneys for two yean. I tried a doctor, but he failed to help me. I read in the B.B.B. Almanac about Doan'i Kidney Pills, and began luinf them, lad after the first box began to feel better. I only used four and they completely cured me, I am very _- thankful to have found so speedy a piacc where all can be accommodated j present at the meetiDK wcre: would advise everyone suffering from kidney disease to try them." Perhaps no other organs work hardw i ----------1 than the kidneys to preserve the he full board have been held with an, Ald. oliver) D j Hayr, health of body and most people iveragc attendance of 27, the largest; A- Rafton-Cannintr, AW, Sage, Aid. troubled with some kind of Kid expect as soon as Mr. Murray five hundred and he hoped that it moves into the new hotel to have be greatjy iQCreased. Place where all can be accommoda and served with lunch in one room. c G_ K E a RylaDds> j, the year nine meetings ol McNicol, Hon.-W. A. Buchanan. Had Weak Kidneys For Two Years. Doctor Doaa'ft Him. Mr. Edmund Ajwela, New Carlisle, "I feel it my duty to Set you writes average being 39 and the smallest being 19. King, A. Tilley, H. E. Miebach, H. Complaint, but do not suspect it. It may the year w have bad a to- A. j. W. il ni ninptv-t.wn of the feet and ol the urinary organs, such as brick duct lal of ninety-two members on thej j. LIoyd) L A H jfcKcowa, roll. Of these three have moved A B Stafford j. w Bawden, G. H. t away from the city and three have Johnston, L. A. Felger, T. B. Dim- lied, leaving a of present membership ham_ s s. Dunham C. R. Daniel, T. S. McKenzie, D. Smith, Aid. Hatch, UNEQUALLED OPPORTUNITY Nothing Get yours before it is too late, and share in the profits derived from the increase in values in real estate in this prosperous splendid Call to-night or else to-morrow Lonnquist-Sharp Co. Or LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS MAXWELL Upstairs During the year the Council havejF. Macbeth> A. Waddell. J. held 29 meetings, besides the full] G. Robertson, J. W. C. C. Board meetings, a report of what was I pagnuelo. T. Kerr, L L. Asqtiith done at these meetings has always U whitlon, E. N. Higinbotham, P. been read at the next Board meeting E Magon> K D j Churchill routC) cess that has attended our efforts thisj 783iG72. Nelson past year, whea the Council feel that they hare a good live Board behind them, a Board that'takes an interest in what is going helps to push, then things are done and good results follow. ELECTION OF OFFICERS With the increased accommodation which we will soon have at our dis- his 16 daughter, posal it is expected that this attend- tenced' to K5asston. penitentiary 8RUTE GOT FIVE YEARS. St. Catherines, Ontv Feb. Daniel Ecker pleaded guilty to-day before Jus- tice Carman to a charge of having com- mitted an indictable offence against J. C. SCHREIBER DEAD Ottawa, Feb. 0. P. Schreiber of the National Transcontinental rail- way staff, received a cablegram today notifying him of the death this morning of his brother, J. Charles Schreiber, of the American state railways at; Cairo, Egypt He had been in the Egyptian state rail- way service for twelve -years. Prior to that" in Canada 'he had been with the C. P. R. five school children had a narrow cs-1 was teaching and fell down uncon- cape from asphyxiation this morning in Stoney Creek. One teacher, Miss Walker, was looking after two separ- ate classes in two rooms. The first intimation that she had that there scious. Miss Walker than made an investi- gation and found the scholars in the next room, half unconscious in their seats. She Rot most of them out and then began to lose consciousness herself. At great risk she conducted out the others and finally cleared the room of children. -Most of them fell down on'the snow outside but with the exception of one pupil, who is seriously injured they ail will recover. Gas from the furnace was the cause of the trouble. COMMOTION CROWDED CHURCH Medicine .-Hat Lady Close oiV Sermon Fainted at ance will largely increase and that a greater measure of success will result than has been achieved the past year. The only other business before the meeting was the election of officers. Mr. Nourse was nominated for .the presidency. He suggested that the for five years. POTTINGER WILL BE ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN. We Are Now Showing The New Embroideries BEAUTIFUL NEW CREATIONS that will delight the taste of womankind of the city. A showing that perhaps has never been equalled in Lethbridge. The most exquisite patterns that are exclusive even in the lower priced. Quali- ties and workmanship that will stand the severe wash-tub test. The prices are very than usual. See our window display. EMBROIDERIES UP TO 6-INCH WIDTH 15c We are proud of the large variety at this price. Beautiful designs f in finrnl leaf snrav. snot, wheel and fancv effects. Widths in floral, leaf, spray, spot, wheel and fancy effects. Widths are 3 to S inches, on good cambric. Special at. 15c change should be made each year, but the members would not listen to such a suggestion and he was re-elected by Ottawa, Feb. Pottinger has been appointed assistant chairman of the Intercolonial Board of Manage- ment, and will henceforth at meetings at which deputy minister of railways cannot be present. ICELANDER FARMER COMMITTED SUICIDE Kenora, Feb. Bjornsson, an Icelander farmer, living on the out- skirts of Keewatin was found yester- day in Iiis stable suspended1 from a beam by a piece' of rope, -which was looped around his neck. In the house was found a letter conveying the best wishes of the deceased' to his friends, showing that the end of himself had been deliberate. EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS Many other patterns are shown, with insertions to match all em- broideries. Made on cambrics, lawn and Prices lOc to 45e CORSET EMBROIDERIES In floral, spot, leaf, spray, etc., with beading for ribbon. Spe- cial 25c, 35c, 40c and 45c THE UDIES HOME OURNAL PATTERN TUCKED NETS AND ALL-OVERS We cannot describe all the beau- ty of these handsome nets, and all-over laces. Made with tucks, dots, embroidery work, silk work and with colors. A large assort- ment in white, black, cream Copenhagen and ecrn. Our prices KID GLOVES You have always paid Tor these good French Kid Gloves. Our price under the cash system is lower. Ladies' kiu gloves in DiacK, ran, brown, navy and green. Every pair guaranteed. Our price S1..25 XEW PATTERNS Onr new style book for tho Ladies' Home Journal Pat- terns is in. also a full assort- ment of the new Spring Pat- terns. Style book with free pattern. Patterns, at- lOc EMBROIDERY LINENS All the new embroidery linens are ready fnr your buying. Very strong for thread draw- ing and embroidery. The old fashioned meadow bleached. Prices 40c 45c fioe A. Macdonald Co. A. M. BUNT, Manager Medicine Hat, Feb. great deal of commotion and excitement was caused in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday night when a lady was over- come by the heat apparently, and went off in a faint. As is usual in Rev. Mr. Morrow's Church, there was a very big crowd and with rows of chairs in front of the pulpit and along the aisles, the back there was hardly room to breathe. The reverend gentleman had just finished a very interest-ing and popular dis- course and was pronouncing the qene- diction when a lady on the front row of chairs, Mrs. Sharp, daughter of Mr. Moore, was taken sick. Her husband placed her on the chair, hut going ofi in a swoon, she was stretch- on the fioor and efforts for hor res- toration were made as quickly as possible. Owing to the crowd of people it was a difficult matter t to get her to the fresh air and Mr. Mor- row had to ask a number of people to move on and not stand around. Mrs. Sharp was quite a while in making recovery and had to stay in the church about half an hour after being seized with the fainting spell. As she did not seem to regain her strength very quickly Rev. Mr. Mor- row and Mrs. Henry Stewart after a consultation insisted on for Dr. Smythe. When the doctor arriv- ed he ordered the ambulance sent for and had the lady moved to the gen- eral hospital. It would he well for ushers and those in authority in all public build- ings when there is a big crowd 'ot people to sec that ventilation is look- ed after and a cood supply of fresh air circulating. s> I v T 2i su (I) u> i i O S 2: in I THE GOOD CO. YOU CAN save money by taking advantage of our regular Week End Sale. Everything we offer is sold at A Special Low Price. All goods arc guaranteed of the "VERY FINEST QUALITY" with "YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE" if you are not perfectly satisfied. Remember we carry as complete a line of Groceries and Provisions as you will find in Southern Alberta. We are just Installing our New Delicatessen Department and enlarging our Grocery Department. Our New Fixtures have arrived which will take us a few days to have properly installed. Watch for our opening announcement. I I 2> o <5i MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, Feb. Medicine Hat branch of the Alberta Auxiliary of tho Canadian Ftible society subscribed this yonr the work of the society. vv. poultry institute v. h- M lioro last evening. The nil- dit much enhanced by lan- tern slides of Canadian birds. On Wednesday evening the opera house w.is filled the doors with an audience that listened with much plea- sure to Clinton Howard's lecture, I Ought, to Happen in Medicine Hat." The Alberta Clay Products Co. are rushing their plant, to completion. At tbe next, session of the Mock Tar- liament a bill removing the duty on 'everything hut. luxuries will receive its second reading. Judging from the in tercsr evinced in the last session? (there will be a warm time at the next isession. Java and Mocha regular 40c line. Week End 3 Ibs. for Ceylon regular 40c line. Week Enc1 price 3 Ibs. for Fort Garry 1 Ib. and 1-2 Ib. pkgs. Reg. 50c per Ib. Week find price, per Ib.......40c Quaker Berries and Puffed Rice. Week End price............... 2 pkgs for 25c delicious breakfast food. Regular price per pkg..............................I5c Japan End price.....5 Ibs. for 25c quality. Week End price 4 Ibs. 25c quality. Week End price .4 Ibs. 25c quality for cooking. Week End price 3 Ibs. for .................................25c fine quality for table use. End price ...........................2 Ibs. for 25c Seeded 16 oz. pkgs. Week End price per pkg...................................lOc Seeded. 12 oz. pkgs. Week End price ........................2 pkgs. for 25c quality. Week End price 3 1-2 Ifas. for .......................................25c Clover tbe romb. Week End price 2 combs for ...............................45c Victoria Cross P.rand. Nothing finer put up in the salmon line. Week End price 2 tins i or .................................35c Sunset, or Daisy Brands. This is the best value for the money that we have ever hail. Week End price.....................2 for 25c Aylraer Brand. Week End price. 2 tins for 25c, Per Aylmer Brand. Week End price per tin 10c. Per case........................52.35 Laundry Soap Eclipse, Golden West or RoyaF cartons for ....................45c Per case of1144 bars Toilet Castile guaranteed. 100 per cent. pure. Week Enc pnce___7 cakes for 25c Taylor's 1 Ib. bars. Week End price 2 bars for ................................25c Old Dutch End price, per tin 10c best B. C. stock. Week End price, per 100 best Albertas. Week End price per 100 solid stock. Week End price 12 Ibs. for ...................................25c Spanish End price ...4 Ibs. for 25c C. Spies. These are all No. 1 and we guarantee every appte sound. These apples are worth more where they are grown than we ask for tnem. Week End price, per box 52.75 Baldwins, Greenings or Ben Dav- is. Week End price..............7 Ibs. for 25c quality and large size. Week End price, per dozen ..........................30c Sunkist good value at per 30c Cloverhill Creamery End price per Ib........................................35c New Laid End price per doz. ...45c Good Dairy End price per Ib. ,.30c Cold Storage stock, per dozen ...35o I W I i nriir THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS o PHONE 525 i PROMPT DELIVERY 1 ;