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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB PRINTING AT THE HERAI.D THE PLACE TO 3T.V Itat !i li thi UilU HTJL Do you intend to build this season? If so you will do well, to call and let us give yon fignree Hardware Plumbing Tinning Furnace Work Hot Water J Heating Estimates by mail cheer- fully given. J THE HAH CO. SAVED A MAN'S TOE Two weeks ago a man said thai if he could not cure his corn he was jroiug to havo hi? toe amputated. This wet'k he came in and and thanked us for recom- mending our Liquid Corn It effected a cure in a short time without .any per- sonal i neon venionct1. If you have a troublesome c >rn don't fail to buy a tit- ni j. 0. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. I55HS The Store of Quality j i If you want something j good in the canned goods line try Tartan Sole Agents G. CO. PHONE 21 ,1 jj TiieOalylW Stare !o tte City REDPATH STREET j We Sell for Cash J Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 1 VALENTINES I VALENTINES "When In Doubt Lead Trump." In this case one of our Valentine Books will take the Prize, See Window Display I ROBERTSON'S MUSIC STORE 1st loor West of Onion Back Phone 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. i I If Chilly Weather MaKes You Shiver yon are the very person who ought to take a bottfe of our Beef Iron and Wine you can't imagine what a .changeit will bring over you in its tonic effect, giv- ing heat, producing energy and a general sense of re- newed healthfttlness. Per Bottle and Book Co, Prescription Specialists J. I, Ilrtfy, Hlgp. IETHBEI30E j CITY AND DISTRICT j Gus Xeidic left for Macleod on the l local with his niasauerade outfit. i Don't fail to see Baby June at the j Eureka tonight. j W. A. Hamilton's home was iv- j leased from quarantine yesterday. C. F. Anderson and E. Harker are in the city today from Cardston. D. Xeedhom of Grassy I.ake is a visitor today. See the Milmars at the Eureka to- I night. s The Board of Trade banquet will be j held tonisrnt- at the Hub Cafe. Dinner will be served at 9 oViock. Quite a bunch of folks came up from 3Iilk River last niarht and are spending today in the city. See The Mysterious Flames and The Boundary Line at the Eureka tonight. i R. P. Aikens came in from 2Cew j Dfiyton last and is spending the day in the city. j The Literary Society of the School" will present scenes from the; "Merchant of Venice" The program) is in the hands of Standard "VlLl. j J. S. Graham is the hea-j viest settlers" effects that have travelled over the line for some; months. Mr. Grahair. with his bro-: ther comes from Iowa and Intends settle. in "Warner. Wesley Church tomorrow centennial celebration of 4 A house you want, or a building site, whether it be residential or business. imtil you have made your- self acquainted with the bargains on my list. L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonaid Block EXCITEMENT AT THE CO, LTD. Caused by the Excellent Display of Spring and: I Foulard Radium Mersileen Poplinette Voile de Lisle Motor Suitings Dress Linens Tnssah Silk Silk Stripe Muslin Silkene Lancashire Suiting Fastiiet Suiting Cashmerette Table Linen STAPLES Flannelette Sheeting Linens Cambrics BOOTS and SHOES A full line now opened For all J. BROWN CO. LTD. Children's Shoes We are now showing the finest line of Children's Slippers and Shoes In the fanjo '.is classic goods ever shown in the cit> PRICES From H.OO up THE FOOT TOGGERY I South African Land Grants for Vale. AJso Royal o Collieries shares at 37 ccats per share, 1 ALBERT E. IVES, Sfe? BLOCK TWP Edmonton, cloudy night j Calgary, cloudy Abraham J Lethbridge, fair 10 04 .10 .2 .3 -6 About thirty immigrants the A. R. I, Co. fo different points in the States. Thev had boarded 'the train and were abou to commence their journey when MX Hart, United States officer of emigra tion, forbade them to go as they had not passed a. medical inspection. The money paid for transportation was re funded. LUMBER NEWS is interesting reading if you're about tj build. Note our claims in gossip about lumber and.you'll find we al- ways "make good" on all we say. SPRING BUILDING will be lively. We know, froai orders already booked. Get in the swim and buy lumber of us. Just as well to. have an Al article when it comes no higher, isn't it? Lumber CompanyLd 23 123 Lincoln's birthday. Splendid pro-jMed. Hat, cloudy gram of speeches and songs. j Winnipeg, snowing......_ sicn free to everybody. Lieh; snow has fallen over the Prai Bev. J. 31. and Mrs. Harrison and tie Provinces, and temperatures "hav Rev. A. A. and Mrs. Lytle. left yes-j.been very especially in northern terday to attend the Epu-orth League! parts. aad Sunday School conveation atf winds toda Claresholm. Mr- Harrison preaches Friday fair., becoming colder. there on Sunday and xvill lecture on- Monday evening-. Beautiful colored Him at the Eureka! tonight. i i Two, of the pupils lakinff part in! j OUR LET FEE BOX. tonijrht's proa-ramme have been _____' antined since this mominpr so that j there will be no Literary Society} CIVIC AFFAIRS meeting at the Central School evening as formerly announced. Echtor Herald, Joe Noel, the one who has them all: correspondent "'Observ guessing at the Eureka tonight. j e-' right in my opinion as to th G. W. Andrews, a prominent Win-1 salary and eompeteiice Question wit' oipeg man and brother-in- i to our city officals. It als law of Frank is makinsr! as our present counci a short stay in the city. He is 'great j continue .id the-same manner ly impressed with the" prospects "ajidj Naturalization papers dp -not .qualify natural advantages of Lethbridge a nspectorshp and man will have a srood report to make toi nol enough to be come a good citizen except by co'er ____........... Chief .Gillespie is fuL Friday night. Another delighted audience oi his clients at "the Peg." fcrgct the big Lincoln cen. L, tenniai celebration at Wesley Church ,v. Admission free Iiy" justified-Mn'.-his- action with refer ence .to .sanitary inspector's' nroportions saw the Summers StocJ Co. .m the rvlay "The Lion and the Mouse" at the Lyceum last nieht. The play kept- the crowd interested and nJeased from start to finish. The offering tonight is "The College Chum." Hon. C. M. Webster, of Great M. Falls, will deliver an oration on duties and. the police, force dis ,of our. officer of health, but town inspection does not form! a part of his city's sanitary nee_cU .are many few .-of which, were mentioned by "Citizen" ia yesterday's issue and it show that Toy suggestion', a few weeks since regarding-a sanitary and-building in- spector combined both- practica] and necessary. .Again., why are all the challenged Ivjd to firfit the exception of the chief? 'it is our after his contest with Clarke. "Kid" j COT1ncil> to see that -they get HotreU says he wUl be anxious to efficient 'officials.- 'and those. who de- meet the Dinner- of Fnoay nitfhfs vote the whole of their time to the bout and wjH likely issue a challenae duties of their office as may be leaif- at tiic J iuif :3idtf. A very interesting tune is Deiner pre- nared bv those responsible for the Lin cola celebration to be held tomorrow evenmsr in the Methbdist Church. The Herald has been requested -to say that there will be no charge for admission and everybody is welcome. Miss a.sweet sincer from Raymond Is cominsr to the city for the occasion and will bV responsible for several numbers. Change "bf Vaudeville at the Eure- ca tonight. The little daughter of 0. B. Cook passed away early this morning. The j has been stu72ring from a severe! tttack of pneumonia. Funeral ser- j -ices will be conducted at the home omorrow by the Esv. Wm. Reid andj rpm thence to the'cerr.etery. Friends i will accept this as the only intima- ion. irhatoly expected. Yours truly, -A.J. 5 ,t., FeSb. 10, 1909. FRESH EGGS People wlio are using International Poiiitq hoi Have these for sale Sole Agent i r J, J. Johnston -QUALITY QUARTERS- Lock Sets FAIRFAX DESIGN Lemon Brass.Finish on Wrought Brass. This is a plain oval design with oval knobs. The dull brass satin finish on solid bronze makes a lock set that will last a life time and retain its finish to the ead. Front Door Sets, Inside 2.SO Let us figure with you StiffonMgnew Co, "If Yon Lin Out of Ton Us' KIN6 INDISPOSED. Berlii-., Feb. Edward suffering from, an attack of bronchial catarrh, and. according- to a local newspaper he has called in consulta- tion a German physician, who order- ed him to remain in his room until he was better. In. .spite of this, how- ever, his Majesty, -had luncheon with the officers of the Dragoon regiment of he is hcricrary colo-nel. This was one of the functions, scheduled day. We are the sole agents for V The Majestic Range What more can be said? -The word Majestic is a guar- antee. We also carry stoves for the homesteaders rang- ing from 85 to 38.50. Ranges with duplex grates from up. The McKEOWN HARDWARE Co. Ltd. Corner Dufferin and Round Street The ft A CALGARY DAY. Calgary., Feb. Mayor Jamie- son was in receipt yesterday of a letter from Josiah -Collins, secretary of the Alaska-Yukon Exhibition, which will be held, in Seattle from -June 1, to -October. The letter stated, that the directors bad decided to have a 'Calgary day at.tha big fair, and .suggested June' 10 'as a suitable date. YELLOW FEVER IN BARBADOES. -Kingstown, St. "Vincent., B.W.I., Feb. spread of yellow 1 i -f WOMAN IS SHIP CAPTAIN. Chicago.. -Feb. having passed the Federal examination on navigation, Mrs. Thomas Witherbee Foote, a membei of the Jackson Park i acht Club, was today granted papers making "her a .ship captain on- the great lakes. Mrs. Foote will .become the captain of her own yacht Waya- teysee. TURNED DOWN BILL. Sacramento, Feb. Assem- bly by a vote of 43 io 34 decided this afternoon to reconsider' the Johnson anti.Japanese school- bill, -which -was week. ...Another vote was! taken, and the-school bill was re eel jiassage by._a_yote. of 41 -to.37. INTERMARRIAGE IN KANSAS. Topeka, Kas., Feb. the Sen- ate.-favors a bin passed by the House today intermarriage of whites 'and negroes or Mongolians will be pro-. iibited in Kansas. The .bill is made" to .apply to every- yellow- or black person, up mattfer-iow far- they are in the Barbadoes is .'becoming seri-. removerl from full blood" ous. Prom Dec; 10th. last.. to" .Jan. uiuua, 29th of this year, 24 cases Avere re- asd-11 deaths. Eleven new cases were reported in Barbadoes during the. week'ending Feb. NEW POSTAL SERVICE. v.. York, Feb...'ll.-rThe new postal sea.service between this country and prance was .-inaugurated, today on the French line steamer ".La Bretagnej siiiling; for .Havre. .Under .the" "new; system .-all the mail-..-is sorted aboard ship and ready .'for distribution It is.. Calculated this will- save from, hours in ..New York; City, and ,24: hours 'through, to He Pacific STOCK QUOTATIONS Is Now Open For ladies and Gentlemen If it snits you, tell others If not, tell us. We are here to please you. SHORT ORDERS at all hours Oddfellows BIocK H. Bargain Sale For One Week Only Two Lots on Guiness St.. Riverview Subdivision CASH I The 11 Bowman Hgency 3 J P, 0, filoek As Furnished by Beaie Elweil. Cranbrook, B. C. Bid Asked .25 .06 95.00 RCDE ON AN AVALANCHE English Officers' Escape Marvellous An Alpine resulting in the eath of two .array .officers and. .a lay. rile guide, occurred a week ago in ift Lieut. .Berkeleyrltiir of .the British Limy, Merian of the Swiss with Bleuer. lined in; an avalanche and suffocat- d. Major Bailey, another" English had. a marvellous-escape, -ridr vg on the top ;of the avalanche to -place of safety-.-. The three officers, who have been ay'ing ;at Anderraaft for a month, .Aurora Consolidate B. C. Amalgamated .04 ;B. C. Copper' 7.50 Consolidate Smelters 85.00 Canadian. North West Oil Canadian. Goldfields .03 C.-anbrook Fire Brick Coal .50 Diamond Vale Coal J3 Dormnion Copper .37 International 'Coal -.74 Nicola Goal.Mines Ltd. X'ipissing A .9.50 Korth Star .09 McGillivray Creek Coal .22 Rambler Cariboo Royal Collieries .35 Society-.'Girl Sullivan Q0> Western Oil (ord) western Oil (pref) ISQ Veteran War Scrip 470.00 525.00 1.10 54: .17 .45 .80 .12 .25 -MX .38 .25 If yon. want lo -build a home I will loan you tJiti- mone? Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Specials v This Week friday Evg., Fell, 12 wishes to buy 3 or 4 lots close in; cash .offer, Address PO Box. 71. 52-2 left io. the accompanied by evening P'luer. All four were and intended to spend the night at the hut in the Furka Pass, "climb the Dammastock, which.; is feet high, and spend the next night on the summit. While in "the the. roar of an avalanche was- heard. The guide shouted a warning his companions and the next moment all four were swept down a precipitious slope, was covered with- boulders. Lieut. BerkeIey_Hin, and Bluer werev buried immediately under tons of snow. Major Bailey found -himself car- ried along at terriffic speed-on top: of the avalanche, being at last flung violently .-against a tock. He spent the night under tb4s rock, after vainly shouting for his friends. In the morning, when news of the tragedy reached Andermatt, two search parties consisting of fourteen officers- and -men from Fort Ander- rnatt, and nine guides, set out. The soldiers found the bodies of the victims after much trouble and boy about. 13 years of. age to deliver about 130 papers each-I Apply Herald Office. 52.O Kid Wiliiams Ex-Champion of Montana, and Jack Clarke Champion of Philadelphia I 1 Fresh "Lettuce -tSweet Potatoes' Bananas Malaga Grapes "Gomb Houey Oar week end bargain sale is H winner.'" Read on Wednesday's ad and raonev. TilEGOODCO; UP-Jp-DATE GROCERS. Prompt iDeHvcry. Phone W. R. Vadnais was visited' yesterday by. his brother who reports him to be progressing. No Port Arthur lots were sold by euction by Waddinpton at rooms last-night but the was present; disposed of thirty-five j by private treaty.. NOTE THE SHADOW on the note that it does no shadow our Chocolates'. Such proof that our HIQH.GRAdE CONFECTIONERY can -stand criticism. Purest sugars> Montreal's winter carnival opened Montreal defeated thie Shamrocks night by 8 to 6. They their lead in the first as a baby's smile. iiwiiya Superb Chocclates, Bon-Bons, etc. Tru ours to- day. Kitchen r MOVING PICTURES.' ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. The Bpun'dary- 2. The Mysterious Flames- "SON "Down Our PRICES I5c and 25c 1. The world's greatest acrobats. 2. Baby youngest acrobat on the stage. ,3. Joe im- personator. 4. pion cltib jugglers. ;