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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H; J. H. SKEITH FIRE INSURANCE: m" THE PLACE TO STAY to fc MM ML Fix leaky Tap Can you imagine anything more annoying thau that constant drip, drip of: a faulty tap. Have it fixed up properly today. The cost is tritiiug and the satisfaction great. Don't forget "A stitch in time saves nine in the plumbing fixtures. H is an expensive thins; to over- look and our repair men are specialists in their line. Have you anything re- quires attention The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely of WiAtcr Winds If one were able to keep the hands out of water or from cold, the trouble would prob- ably right itself So you must heal the parts and harden the skin. is one of the most highly re- commended. 25c per BoItU j. D. fyiittlni 4 Cild. Family aud Dispensing Telephone Night Clerk The Store of Quality PHONE: G2 I Red Dwarf: I Ink Pencils I PRICE j These pens can be carried in any position and will not leak. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Boor lest of Uiioi Bail Phone 251 Clear Havana Cigars EL BRAVA EL AMBAR S. DAVIS SONS R. W. WaDace The Smoker's Headquarters CITY AND DISTRICT The mines are not workjhg today. Dr. M, V. fl alii van took a trip ov- er thi> C'urdston line this morning. C. R. On-n was a for this morning. Julius Vouny WL'IU Falls this morning. B. Morton -Tones is in Stirling to- day. .1. McQuarrie wont to Calgary this morning for a few days. C. F. Harris went to Macleod this morr.hig. .1. L. Caidcr, of vhc City Bakery, went to yesterday. tVm. No'rxvood ol Macleod was the city last night. D. S. Heach of Cardston; was rhe city over a train. tl. Donnan, the Little How ranch- er, is in the city. "Chris J onsen and wife, of Magrath came in on last night's train, return Ing this morning. T. S. licKenzie of the 0. W. ,'lverr Co. is expectod back from Minneapo- lis tomorrow night. The many friends of T. M. are glad to sc-e him about ag.'iin after his recent illness. K. May nurd, of the A. R. I. Co. oflicc staff has returned from a visit to his home in England. Rev. W. R. Secley of Pinchcr Creek was in the city over night, the guest of W. A. Hamilton. Miss Archibald of Calgary is the guest of Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare at Father Van Tighcm made his mdn- thly trip -to Coutts and Sweet Grass this morning. Dr. F. H. Mewbu'rn was called, to Brant yesterday. He returned last night. Miss raMeson will be at home on Wednesday afternoon (L2th) and in tTic future on the second of month.' W. II. Ilammon and wife oi' Pitts- burg, Pa., are in tho city. Mr. Ham .mon is an authority on gas and oi wells, being one of the leading ex- perts on the continent. J. W. Woolf, M.P.P., Cardston came in from that town last night and went to Edmonton 'this morning Mr. Woolf has been ill for the past Dear Madam You are cor- dially invited to meet Mrs. Lloyd at our store tomorrow Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Lloyd is demon- strating Cowan's Perfection Cocoa, Cake Icings, etc., and will be pleased to explain to all visitors the advan- tages of using these goods. TO-DKY AND ALL THIS WEEK MISS COUGH Will DEMONSTRATE tW EXCELLENCE OF Lipton's Teas ft. Macdonald Co, Son People Expect lei Shun to lirt And they ere seldom disappointed. They buy that kind. The fact that a shoe should comfortable from the ii unknown to them because they have never felt the luxury of putting ou a rightly nude shoe. They overlook the fact that we carry shoes that give the wear of two pairs of the kind they buy. Let your next pair be a shoe bought atOow's F COW (fe CO. Lethfcridge DO NOT xFORGET THAT THE BEST IN Confectionery and Ice Cream PAN ALWAYS BE HAD FROM GOOD GO. Succeftorf to ft Co. WEATHER BULLETIN. NORTH WARD Rcgina. cloudy Winnipeg.' trace rain Bulletin From Central Oittcx The weather lias been very in Manitoba and light rain has Tall- en in eastern parts. In Saskatchewan it has been mod- erately colder but milder again er west. a few luj'-'.t lo- cal snow falls or flurries but in "inc. Somewhat colder tonight, katchcwan and Alberta fair cny and on Wednesday with rising For Hay v Oats Bran Shorts Chicken Feed SEE- LETHBRIDGE FEED CO Dice at Cak Ofee, St. PHONE: 3 Lots just East of Tirade, each. down and monthly ALBERT E. 1VESj tap 2, ffliw Block PHONE 1-47 ANOTHER VIEW OF THE SASKATCHEWAN BUILDINGS AT REGINA PARLIAMENT A letter came to this city the Sheriff's office, Aberdeen, addressed to Lethbridge, Albnrui, U. When the officials In (itvat Britain show such lamentable ignor- ance on" Canadian geography, what can be expected of the ordinary ;rank a-nd file .of Britishers? And then think of of all places! O.. Aberdeen! On Sunday .afternoon Jim Macleod and Ormie Freeman skated up. the, ri- ver as far as Whoop-Up, a distance of probably sixteen miles. It took about two half hours to go each way, the rough places being few and short. Care was taken to avoid the thin ice and air holes. Last night in the Oliver Hall, the wrestling bout between. Ed Hughes of Ireland and a local wrestler, Van Home, resulted in Van Home gett- ing the. first throw. The second bout resulted in a drnw, neither contest- Mamvaring; minister of public works, R. Davidson; minis- ter of the interior, Hop. R. Davison; minister of customs, Hon. E. A. Shar- man; minister of inland "revenue, Hon. F. Rose; minister without port- folio, Hon. R. Fairbrother and Hon. The most striking feature of the cabinet formation is the inclusion of Hon! .R. R; Davidson, minister of the interior''In the last administra- tion, who Has' joined tluv new .govern- ment, chiefly because it is alleged of a disagrcornent in policy with hi.s former "colleagues. The House meets on AVednesday evening when the budget, the 'Alberta River Bill and the Old Age Pensions Bill will be up for discussion. i---------> I A PICTURE Send us yonr and address on a postal and wo will mail you free of charge one of onr .beau- tiful Pastel Pictures en- titled 111 KST FUN! Gill This is a valuable pic- ture and well worth framing. We have 1000 of them nnd as lonir as they last we will distri- bute free. v RUSBI Niu i timra a, I I ant getting a much lighter fall. than Hughes was his opponent. The subject of discussion last nigh at the Knox Church Westminster Guild meeting was Blind Bapttmaeus J. D. Higinhotham was the leader. Miss McLcay sang "The Land the Leal." J. 'W. Martin, of Medicine Hat, ,in- spector of Dominion Lands Agencies, returned from a trip to Cardston last night and went east this morn- ing- Miss N. Kinniburg of the Westmin- stor school staff has been called to Tabor on account of the very ser- ious illness of her brother, who has dipth'eria. At Wesley Church Epworth League meeting last night, Rev. J. M. Har- rison gave a helpful talk on Faith and Works. An interesting discus- Courtice has asked Hon.'W. H. Mc- sion followed in the consecration scr- {Lelland, leader of the Opposition, tto vice. i form a government, to rule the Mock Captain D. C. IJoss gave an exhibi- tion of the Japanese Jui .Tutsi holds and locks. Before the bout with Van Home Hughes wrestled with an- other iocal man, Moran, neither of whom got the fall in the time limit. Moron would not accept a challenge to .wrestle to a finish, tired. GOVERNMENT FORMED The Governor-General having re- ceived the resignation of Premier MINSTREL MAIDS The most unique, attraction ever in the city will be the Mpstrel Maids who are to appear at Oliver's Hail for two nights starting Wednesday Feb. 12. This company 5s composed entirely of young ladies under the Juvenile Boston inns management They will render all the latest song hits from the big eastern musica comedies, crack topical jokes, pre sent laughing situations, and afforc an evening of real enjoyment. Scat, arc on sale a-t Johnson's drug stort and should iic secured early as this company have been playing to pack ed houses everywhere. Tait of Calgary, formerly of Uie C.P.Tl. city telegraph offico in '.his city, arrived in the city last night and loft this morning, to visit nis aunt, Mrs. Keivor, on her home- stead. Cadet H. H, NuWgan of the Salvation Army staff here, and re- cently of Vancouver, leaves on the 16th for Toronto A. training col- A farewell will tendered him on Sunday. 16. 3Irs. Alice H. Harris, of Denver, j Colo., hns written the postmaster I for concoming her broth er, William A very, who has not been heard from for seventeen years since he came to Canada. He is said to be si. cuttle rancher. Information will IHJ welcomed. Parliament in conection with the Young Men's Club. Anticipating the downfall of the administration, the new premier had his slate nearly pre- pared and last night at a caucus of his followers announced the cabinet as follows: Premier and President of Council, Hon. W.' H. McLeliand, Minister of Trade and Commerce, Hon. J. B. Gibbon; Minister of Jus- tice, Hon. J. M. Harrison; secretary of state, Hon. R. G. Gilmonr; minis- tor of marine and fisheries, Hon. S. R. Ciark; minister of militia and de- fence. Hon. J. I. Eakin; postmasttr- genrrral and minister of labor, Hon. D. King; minister of Agriculture, Hon. Wm. Tngram; minister of fi- nance, Hon. 0. D. Austin; minister of railways and canals, Hon. J. L. LttUUKE, ITl. TO RENT A large furnished room in a fully modern house. Apply A. F. Werts, A.- R. I. ticket office or corner Bart-j lett and Courtland Sts. 52-5 o j FAIRY i SOAP J. J. Johnston Two Lots m St., to CrmU It V. Gibbons OttBlock Vtam A CHALLENGE COAL delivered to all parts of the city for 85 per ton. Cash must accompany order. DRAYING Of all kinds done on short notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere IEOT1I1IKIOBEITUURI Cfl, Iffoe ipsfe kiml Hd Phooer: OCcett 42 Crow's Nest, S, '08 porting Editor, Herald: Dear- that .you iavc a wrestler in your city by the nnmo of Harry Muldoon, I hereby hallenge him for a match anywhere rom to a side, best two in three falls, catch as catch can; Police lazette rules to govern; match to take place in Lethbridge on or about the 25lh of February, or...any time Mr. Muldoon is agreeable. Yours truly, O. M. Olson NEWS NOTES OF CARDSTON Cardston, Feb. This week the Mrs. Wm. Woisey, Mrs. Dr. Brant, and Mr. Roy Folsom. Their decisions seemed to be favorably re- ceived though it was very .dime-tilt to decide the last few, couples. In the waltz contest the prize we'nt to Mr. Victor Spcnce and Miss Aha Stoddard. In the two step Mr. Arvin Stoddard and Miss Cora Layton were the winners. The receipts at the door were sat- isfactory and we hope the A. F. A. wjil receive a big lift financially from the ball. This account would be incomplete without mention of the excellent mu- sic furnished by- the new orchestra recently organized by Mr. Frank Loyne. ..It consists of violin, two mandolins, two guitars, and the pia- no. All comers are delighted with Walsti Peebles members of the Shakespeare Club ga- the class of music furnished by this ihcred at the home, of J.he secretary. Miss Orilla Owing to the Farmer's Grand Ball the majority of. the ladies were ab- sent. There was a quorum present'Restaurant. organization. As at the recent Board" of Trade ball, refreshments were served to the satisfaction of 'all bv the Lamb lite LetUmdge Markets o. 1 Northern 8 o. 2 Northern S; o. 3 Northern.................. ..J...... T; q. 1 Northern 5' o. o Northern............................-I: I Alberta Red..................... 81 Co. 2 Alberta o. 3 Alberta Bed..................... 71 o. -J Alberta Red.................. 51 o. 5 Alberta lied 40 I White 76 2 70 S'o. 3 White................. 62 S'o. 1 Rejected......... 55 Co. 2 Rejected........................... 50 however, and 'the programme was carried out as follows: 1. Cumj'letion of the reading of Henry I L 2. Discussion of Act I by the rnem- jn which Mr. Low and Mr.- Wii- Hams led. 3. Character sketch of Juliet" by Miss AIcT.enham, was omitted on ac- count of the absence of the appoint- ee. PERSONALS Mr. 'Jonathan Hunt returned yestcr (iay with his family from a visit to Cache County points. He reports a very malignant type of mea-sles a; btiing epidemic in that country., A one time some people, in 10- homes, were cause alone. quarantined for thi Many cases of pneu monia: are also reported. Oats Rarley per cwt. per cwt. Last week we noted -the. 4 Character sketch of Mercutio by to Mr. .Hunt of his during Mr. Mcl.enham war a repetition of his visit to the old From private letters news is ha o f the desi re of some who teft" Svinn Alberta hist fall -to. try life in Id ah Mr. D. W. Card, formerly of Kim ball, is reported as is'do ssrous of "returning with his familj {to the Cardston district. Flax per bus SO Dressed v 20 Turkeys Ducks Ib. 18 Gcesc............ Ib.......... 18 14 hickcns per Ib. Cattle on the Steers per Ib. 3 Cows Ib.......... 2 cwt. Dressed per cwt_ Sheep: per 15 Dressed............... per cwt....... Butter: Dairy.................. per Ib.......... 25 Creamery................ per Ib.......... 30 Eggs per doz....... 30 Potatoes............... per cwt....... 85 Turnips............ per Ib.......... 1J Onions............ per Ib. 3 Parsnips............ per Ib. Carrots............... per Ib.......... I-} the preceding numlwr. Reading of sonnets by Mr. Jos. Rfimpton. The election of new officers lor the current month was proceeded with as part of the business of the even- ing and resulted as follows: President, S. Williams. Secretary. Miss McLenbam. Critic, Mrs. .J. W. Low. The new programme contains some interesting numbers, notably a duet by Messrs., H. B. Drown and Milton Woolf. The next meeting is to be the invitation of the last at hi> home of Mr. J. A. Woolf. THE ALBERTA FARMERS' ASSO- CIATION IJALL JLast evening a great turn out of the party goers at thi> Grand pftr twi 15 Ball given by this aid of its finances. general committee are cvs- lj' deserving, of much the able way in which the jxffatr managed. The gentlemen of the committee were, as follows: H. A. Donovan, sec- retary of the A. F. A., Cardston; S. M. Woolf, R. Ibey, Van Drown. As usual a long list'of able bodi.jd assistants each of the above com- mittee men helped not a litter to in. sure the svicccss of the undertaking- To encroach on your space for n. full list of the names might yu'..r rc-uuvrs. 1 Doubtless the interest in this social event was sharpened by the contests in wakzing, etc. The judges for the competitions WHCI HUNK IHTIEIST ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY U iUs if Til nd Ira lot ielio.iom bottled and diKoter the rich lemon and creai will find that y< covered a light palate a rich treat for your friend nfcirmed that he has already start- negotiations -for the purchase "of property- near Cardston. Mr. II. C. Tuftle Cook of Boundary Creek were visitors m town today. Rumor has that .there is another real estate deal "hatch- ing" between the gentlemen. Mr. 'Cook is already the proud pos- sessor of a large area of land along the St-Mary's and Boundary Creek: Skating has been fairly good in the creek the last few days and. j the: school lioy; youth and 'maiden, have all three lieen there. The enjoyment Of-'this exhilarating exercise is gen- uinc.v. should support a .rink as the young people would be very happy to patronize, a place oi- amTiscnicn-L and exercise. The" weather has Ixicn very mild tho past thirtj'-si.x hours and all arc BBK joying it, though bur cold spell has us nothing in a discbmfortmc way. 30 degrees below zero" is our lowest register thus far. Oliver's Hall Two commencing J WEO., FEB. 12 A brilliant mnnica! novelty THK MINSTREL Under the Jnvenile Bot- Ionian WITfl BEVY OF HtETTY This is the big Show CVgmry it talking of Ml Mil, MIT HAfef tt J. J. MMMMMiMMMMti ;