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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Thursday, February A nice carpet, a pretty rug, an artistic square, that linoleum that ske.has been trying to coax out 'of you for the and she wear a welcome smile and make Home Cosy Comfortable jmd pleasant and courtship after ma'rriage.. We have of carpets, including WILTONS TAPESTRY BRUSSELS AXMINSTER JAPANESE MATTING LINOLEUM AND TLOOR OIL CLOTHS TAPESTRY SQUARES AXMINSTER SQUARES IRON AND BRASS BEDS, HYGIENIC AT EOCiK BOTTOM A. M. ALL OVER THE WORLD of housewives use Sunlight Soap In pref- erence to any other, because it cleanses the clothes more thoroughly, and at half the without Injury to hands or fabric. Follow directions. Life buoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. Kfr wash. ing underclothing it is unequalled. PROVINCIAL NEWS C. Ranlcin, C.P.R. conductor, has been transferred to Winnipeg rand-'; left for that city''Friday night.'. Four new post of fides are asked'for south of Macleod. They can all be sup- plied by the one route to Standoff, which is being petitioned for twice a week." The cohtry south is filling up fast and they have people enough to demand it: With the large surplus which the Post Office Department have on hand belongs to the people, iris in the best interest of the govern ment that the people should -hava these offices, and have them at leod Advertiser. i The. Alberta Club of. Calgary will sell their, present building and spend 000 gn a new When com- pleted this1 building .will be one: of the handsomest club rooms in Canada. A. Patrick and F. .A. Johnson, of La- loads -of household effects, farming implements. provisions and seed grain and a ca- t boose, have come up" from Lacombe 3i'arid leave this week'jfor the Grande Prairie country. The party will go by Athabasca Landing, to Lesser Slave Lake' following the river and then across country by way of Sturgeon Lake to Beaver Lodge, where they have located land. Mr. Patrick was in the north country a year "ago and se- lected Bulletin. new store on CovrtlanH busiiess on street, open for y 3 FEBRU With G rocenes, 10th i line of FruiVs, FresK am I i Cured Meats, FisK etc. also Flour and Feed of all kinds GOOD GOODS RIGHT BEST BROWN F. W. Brown writes the Bulletin that he has opened the local govern ment immigration office at 127 street, Toronto, where an .exhibit, of grains and grasses is being made and all kinds of Alberta literature and maps will be available. office is located within a block of the Union Depot and is admirably situated to reach the incoming immigrants to Al- Bulletin. The "boas" looked up from a was not p'-cif d. as it is kno'vn that his Iiealti; hat not been all was T T s.mie .time His i-'ershaw, of .M-ir-'eod. The other change in wnirh a Leth- hridge man is connected.' is the pro- motion of George Moth, lately travel- ling, locomotive engineer at Leth- bridge, to the position of train-master at Macleod. eeeesei R. Bickcrdikc, of Mont- real, Is Spoken of For Honor Smokeless Oil Heater The automatically-locking Smokeless Device is to exdusiyo feature of the Perfection Oil Heater. This Automatic Smokeless Device doesn't allow the vick to rtoe 0 point where it CAN smoke, yet permks a strong flame that sheds a steady, gfowint heat without a whiff of smoke. No other beater in the world com- pares with the PERFECTION Oil Heater with Smoktlew DtvtoJK Turn the wick hifh snoke, smell. Burns Tor 9 hours with ooe filling. Instantly removed for Solid brass font tibtua; of sufScient to give oat a glowing heat for 9 brass wick indicator. Heater beautifully finished in ftkkd or Japan in a variety of styics. E-rory Dealer Everywhere- If Not At Yowrs, Write for DescripOre Cbc to the Nearest A tent of THE IMPERIAL Oil, COMPAlfY, Ottawa, Feb. Wilfrid Laor- icr will be in Montreal tomorrow and it is understood that the, visit of the Premier to that city is for the pur- pose of consulting; with the party with to the vacancy to the Sen- ate caused by the death of Senator George Drummond, Mr. BickccJike is brins frequently mentioned for- the seat. Mr. Louis Lavergne, the chief gov- ernment whip, seen tonight, stated that nothing definite had bcon said to him regarding his problematic prob- lem. There is r, feeling here that an English speaking Protestant will be soli-ctcd for the vacancy caused by the death of one of their number. Marjorie shook 'her- head. "We muat be married, now. There's almoet half an hour left." The next Instant he was at the .tele- phone, the nert back at Marjorie'i side. "Tn'e minister's going to meet us at the station. I'll get the license, and you must join me there." A few minutes later two Yehiclei raced up the plaza of the station! Wilson alighted from one, from the other. They had only five minutes to but no minister waa in sight. Suddenly a "voice announced their train was on the eye of departure. At that instant a meek- looking little man entered. The next he was in Wilson's and the next being, hurried toward the tracks. "I lost my collar he er-. plained. "It was the most ary thing." interrupted. "Our train's about to leave. You can marry us on it, and get off at the first station." "But, my dear sir, I have a.minis- ters' 'meeting to attend this the little man protested. Across the tracks they went, and Wilson lifted the little man on the al- ready moving train, helped Marjorie after him, and swung on himself. "Don't talk nonsense; marry he said. The little man wiped his forehead with a trembling hand, and then smiled wanly. "If it hadn't been for that extraor- dinary collar button I would have been on time." he declared. As the train was beginning to leave the city limits and emerge into the green country, he lifted his hands and said solemnly- "I pronounce you man and wile." Odd Morns Chairs; At 20 per cent off regular prices. All solid quarter cut oak frames in golden oak or mission finish. Spring seats and revers- ible cushions. Special Tables 10 designs in golden oak or early English at right prices; from to for this Couck THIS !S AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TCf SECURE VALUES BED COUCHES. IN COUCHES, LOUNGES AND Save Money and Buy at Lethbridge Furniture Co. i; O v' THINK GUN-A-NOOT IS Jonny Gun-a-Noot, on whose head the IN NORTHERN ALBERTA. j price He is wanted for the murder of a white nui on the coast five years ago and since suspected of the murder of the McLeod Brothers of Edmonoton, and being concerned in the disap- pearance of several other white pro- spectors in the upper reaches of Fort Mel son river. Whiteside is an experienced front- Edmonton, White- side has just returned from a ven- ture along the Nelson river, towards the headwaters of Laird, witli two companions. They met a band of In- dians on Sikanni river, whom he is convinced was the outlaw band of iersman, and was struck by suspicion, and the furtive hostility of the band as the Indians usually welcome the wnite men, and'pay but little atten- tion to their movements, whereas thr band kept a watch on the'party, until "out oi their neighborhood. Whitesides was' not 'then aware of Jonny Gun-a-Noot and the reward on his head. Spl.S wgye sRG-n the man in herh' t f M MM MMMHI MM M M AFTER THE MAD He Wns an Englishman. Mr. Rudynrd Kipling has Ions since declared against the "Little Eiglish- thore is nothing insular about Mm. Nevertheless there remains a deal that is more ?.' thn.n one. Not long ago this was ma'Jfl evident when, at a London club, he encountered one of those un- fortunate beings who srive their leisure moments to a study of the Baconian cipher. This person engaged Mr. Kipling in talk: at any rate he engaged the novel- ist in listening. For fully 15 minutes he poured forth his arguments, and, in DOG EPIDEMIC.] the end. wound up with: Feb. jointj "Now. s'.r. I think even you cannot Bacon who wrote the speare." replied KfplJng. -with an imffoctf'd "Tlint may be. but -ai-y. what difference does it make o '.on? as it was an Evening Post. Toronto. Ont., campaign of the Federal and Provin-S doubt thnt il mis .goviMniucnis -rith ft view Piays of stamping out. rabies, with which the western part of Ontario is over-run, has been officially opened. Copies of the Dominion and Ontario orders in council being distributed and made public. These orders covered twen- ty-three counties, and direct that all dogs must be chained up or muzzled REDMOND IS CHAIRMAN. Dublin. Fob. Redmond was to-day ro-olcctcd chairman of th j Na- tionalist Party House at a meeting at ur.til the orders have bfon counter- manded. The penalty for dog own-j .Mansion ners failing to comply is a fine exceeding under the Dominion if troubled with indigestion, consti- act, and one'of under the Prov-] potion, r.n appetite or feel bilious. give Chamberlain's Stoimch and Liver Tablets a trinl and you will be pleased incial act. SIX KILLED IN EXPLOSION Feb. men wcro killed in tin erosion of gas a mine near here to-day. -t- Rocnon's is a your friends. .1, .L spienaia place Have you be New Parlors to meet en to tkeir icao R fter th M ocKon's aer i usic in the Evenings e Theatre Quick Service the result. These tablets in- -f '-t- 4- -f -t- 4- -f -f 4- 4- 4 4 4 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4- -4- 4 4 '4 4- 4- vigorate the stomach and liver and strengthen the digestion. Sold by all druggists. f H H M ;