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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald, Thursday, February Page SALE OF CHIN A WARE 4 TEN DAYS' SALE In our china and toilet set, department'will be appreciated by thrifty housekeepers. The reductions are sharp because we are determined to lower the stocks. Get all you want right away as such an opportunity may never come again. Toilet Sets lor 10 piece sets with leaf and fruit patterns on white ground. Wash basin heavy rolled edge. They are a snap at only All Toilet Sets for false pretenses. Gould said he was on his way to Nova Scotia and -that h stopped oft in Chicago to see th sights. He entered the barber shop intending only to get a shave and a hair cut, that the barber induced him to get the body massage and othe fixings. When the barber gave the farme a check for he refused to pay i 'and the barber cut the amount to ?4 which Gould finally paid. As soon as he went outside he called a policeman who arrested the barber. "I did not -want all those fancy trim- Gould, told the policeman. "The barber induced me to run up the bill. There was nothing to the body massage at all." "What was it like; i never heard of said the officer. "Oh, the barber took an electric R. W. JONES TO BE GOVERNMENT ENGINEER. Former G. T. P. Dlitrict Engineer to Supervite Branch Llnet Guar- anteed by. Government. Caught Cold. Had a Tickling Sensation In The Throat Mr. Ckknwto M writes: "In Oct., 1903. I cold by workinf in water, and had a bad cough aca that difireMing, tiskluM in my throat to that I could Edmonton, Feb. Ruth- rford this morning announced the Appointment of a provincial govern- ment railway engineer in the person of R. W. Jones, who for some time rast has been district engineer of the Jrand Trunk Pacific with headquar- ters at Edmonton. Mr. Jones will have the entire su- pervision cf the branch lines being built under government guarantee by' the Canadian Northern and the Grand Trunk Pacific, and the main line of the Alberta and Great and it will be he who will have the! say as to whether the conditions of i Norway with "other tbapriraL the guarantee the local govern- j ment are complied with, j The salary attached to the position! is said to be about J3.500. not aleep at night, and my lunp vary ton I had to up work. Oar dnetor but it did to I got a bottle of Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup and by the time I bad UMd two I waa mtitdj I am aiwaya it LAVERGNE MAY GET THE SENAT Montreal, Feb. f -Sir WUr Lm.r- {pr came down from r'tawa to-iay aud conferred with i number of leading Literals in rega J to the senatorial caused .he "of Sir George Drummond. It Is yeneraily bo- He.-.d that Mr. Louis M P foi Drummond au'l A.taabasca wl'I bp appointed to fill the vacancy recognized -worth inij prompt and f or the eure ef Bronehitia, Croup, Throat, Paia or TizhtoeM n the and all Throat and Lung Troubles. There are many imitation W M be fun aad pt the when you aak for it. Dfc Put tip la a yellow the trade mark; oriee 26_____ Manufactured only by The T. Co., Limited, Toreato. Oak Linda Liquor monopoly for the'ex- clusive monoply IE Sweden for spirits has been organized with a capital ap- proximating Black Sateen Underskirts Sateen Underskirts as cut, rick glossy finish: four rows of frilling; double stitch- ed strappings as headings; deep dust frill. Extra Avide sweep at bottom. Eriday and SatiirdaJ.............----------.. PINCHER WON HOCKEY MATCH Pincher Creek carried off the vic- tory from the Lethbrklge team at the hockey match here last night, with a score of four to one. The game was ra-ther slow on ac- count of the poor ice and fast playing was impossible. At the end-, of the first half the game'-stood one .to noth- ing in favor of Lethbridge, but the Pincher Creek boys got in 'four straight goals in the second half, Lethbridge failing to score again. down outside my overcoat. I could hardly feel It. I don't see why' it should cost ?3." TWO NEW SCHOOL HOUSES TO BE BUILT According; to a notice in the Alber- ta Gazette two new school houses will be erected in this vicinity this year. The trustees of the Hazelmcre School District No. 2021 have been j empowered to borrow the sum of fit- teen hundred dollars for the purpose of building and furnishing; a school house for that district. The trustees of the Sunny Hill school district No. 2054 have been to borrow two thousand for a similar purpose. WATCH FOR OUR AD. EVERY THURSDAY WE PAY CASH FOR BUTTER AND EGGS BARGAINS A few special prices for one week only BRITISH CABINET HELD MEETING London, Feb. unusual in- terest attaching to -today's meeting of Have You Chilblains! Nothing Like Zam-Buk for Them! If you are a victim to the itching of intolerable tickling as soon as they get warm, and that al- most unbearable soreness, when they I are Zam-Buk. Mrs. F. S. Sargeant, of Quebec, says: many winters I was troubled i with chilblains. I tried first one rem- edy and then another, but could never get anything but temporary relief from the awful itching and burning. I at last procured a supply of Zam-Buk.! 3ranges, per dozen 30c 35c 40c Lemons, per dozen .30c Apples, 4 Ibs. for .2Sc. Per 12.00 Cranberries, per To.....lOc Flour, Pride of Alberta, por sack Flour, Mothers Favorite, per sack........... Rd. Oats, 40 Ib. sack Rd. Oats, 20 Ib. sack .-.70c 8 Ibs..................35c Graham Flour, 10 Ib. sack 35c Rd. Wheat, 8 Ib. sack.....40c Germade, 8 Ib. sack ......35c Cornmeal, 10 Ib. sack ...40c Corn Flakes, 5 pkgs for .55c jMajta Vita, 5 pkgs. for -55c Raisins, fancy seeded, 3 pkgs. for........... -25c Currants, 16 oz. pkg. pkgs. 5 for ...___.......___60c Sultanas, 16 oz. pkgs. 2 for.................25c Raisins, fancy layer, Ib. 10c Currants, loose, per Peel, orange and lemon, Per Ib................20c Citron, per Ib.......25c Ev. Apples, 2 Ibs. for----25c Figs, fancy layer, 2 Ibs. .25c Strawberries, Raspberries, Peaches and Cherries, Per can ..........''.-----20c Pears and Plums, per Pineapple, large cans 3 for 50c Gallon Apples, per can .40c Blueberries, 2 ..25c Torn and Beans.lij-.cans for 55c Tomatoes and" 2 cans for r; i. .25c Pork and Beans, 3 cans 25c Finnan cans for Salmon, Summit Brand 5 cans for............60c Salt Herring, per keg Pickles, sweet, per gal. jar PicKles, Chow Chow, Per gal. jar Pickles, sour, per gal. jar 90c Catsup, Red Cross, per gal. Pure Maple Syrup, Quart cans ............45c Imperial Maple Syrup Quart cans......... .35c Molasses, 3 Ib. tins L20c Jams, Wagstaffe's, per 5 Ib. pail Eggs, 3 doz. for.........95c Butter, creamery, per lb.'35o Ask for our prices on all Brands of tea and coffee. We prepay freight on all orders of and upwards to points within 50 miles of Leinfaridge. Write for prices on case lots. nson Morden BOX 2005 FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 1356 the cabinet was evidenced by .the and deterrained to give it a trial, ij Regal Taffetta Underskirts Looks and feels like silk but wears much longer; light in weight; fully guaranteed. Thev come in black and colors. Each Clearing Velour Wrapperettes at lOc 10 PCS. Velour Wrapperettes or Dressing Sacque materials. They come in checks, stripes and floral patterns and make up well for girls7 dresses. 27 inches wide and good washing colors. Friday and Sat- urday, per yard lOc Oxford Costume Cloth Something Special for Friday and Saturday, .10 pieces only to sell at- this price. Just the thing for drosses or little hoys' wash Mouses or suits; fine even thread and good weight in plain navy and butcher blue, also narrow stripes. Regular price 20c. Special for Friday and Saturday, per yd. '_ crowd which thronged Downing street to watch the arrival of'the ministers at the residence of Premier Asquith. It was necessary to summon'a-special if squad of police to clear the to the house, but there was nothing in the nature of a demonstration. The ministers attended-in force in- cluding Herbert 'John Gladstone, who today took leave of his colleagues pre- paratory to assuming his new post as governor-general of United South Af- rica. Today's meeting was not pro- longed greatly beyond the ordlnary duration. the ministers dispersing af- ter a two hours' conference. The sab- inet will meet again tomorrow to com- plete the redistribution of the port- folios and to perfect the government i O ft LEGISLATURE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND I o 1 Stripe Flnnnelette for lOc Big assortment of pnfterns and shades. A splendid quality and width. Friday and Saturday Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Undervests and Drawers A special purchase of ihcse garmenls at an extremely low figure in- duced us to buy heavily. So we must unload quickly. Not all wool but a splendid ribbed long sleeve early Spring weight, natural color. Worth 40c. Friday and Saturday ____ 25c DOZENS OF BARGAINS OX FRIDAY ANT) SATURDAY. BUT SPACE HERE IS LIMITED. THEREFORE WE CAN'T ITEMIZE Will Meet Next Amend Automobile Act Charlottel own, ,P. E. I.; Feb. On Tuesday oi next work the provin- cial legislature will meet. There will j be many important matters this ses- sion. One of the mnttcrs to conift before the Mouse will be the report of educational board. This will be far-reach ing and suggestions will probably be made in regard to neccs-] sarv rliausrrs in the educational i It is understood a repeal of Automobile Act will come before the House early in the session. Stand ing of the parlies now is: Conserva- tives 13. Liberals If.. THE LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET Is now under new manage- ment. Fresh Meats, Fowl, Fish, Eggs and Vegetables Of the best quality always on hand. Dnr delivery service is prompt AH we ask is the first order Scott Bowtell. Proprietors Public Auction! At 10 o'clock at the PUBLIC MARKET PLACE IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ABOUT 45 HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of 20 head of mares and geldings, ranging in weight from to Ibs. each, and all broken 1 1 Registered Pure Bred CLYDE STALLION "McHatton's No. 175S2, 4 years old 1 Pure bd. Grade PERCHERON STALLION 25 Head of EILLIES AND GELDINGS Coming 1, 2 and 3 years old, ail halter broken I TERMS: CREDIT TILL NOT. 1ST, 1910 Will Be Granted on Bankable Paper with Approved Security Rex V tue Hill Block Crabb St W. L. Wilson Of Lethbridge, Auctioneer. Phone 585 ,ex Owne> (V DECISION OF 11 FI-KXIE COURT FYrnie, Tt. C., Feb. of jrjTIoRmer. charged with obtaining mo- i under false pretences, was found guilty today by -IiHlge Wilson and sentenced to thirty flays. In Crown versus Ross, charged with theft, fho ncn.sed was lot go on suspended sentence. In Crown versus Wm. Jngram, for' violation of the License Act, the j uas adjourned to March 1st, pending! tho. decision of the Court of Appeals. RANGES hi botH Cwt There is a lot in the dampers. The VALVE DAMPERS on the "Happy Thought" Range are patented features, so easy to operate, that insure a perfect even heat in the oven with the minimum consumption of fuel. If you set your dampers right, the "HAPPY THOUGHT" Range retains the fire for thirty-six hours without atten- tion. If you then open your dampers properly you will have a bright fire in five minutet. More facts you ought, to' fenow about this perfect range J in our interesting for it. liAYR BROS., Local Agents WILLIAM BUCK STOVE, ;