Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Letiibridge Daily Herald, Friday, Feiyriiary ii; THE SLAUGHTER OF THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE a Question of Hours We now give you fair and ample warning- not to let i this latcs of all opportunities slip without replenishing your wardrobe for present and future needs. No dollar you ever parted with will do as much good as money spent here. The best of merchandise is simply begging you to .come and take it away at unheard of prices. Western Liquidation Co. Old Herald Building, Next Eureka Theatre ROUND STREET LETHBRIDGE OPEN EVENINGS: SONS OF ENGLAND FINE BUILDING Will be Erected on Cut- bffl Have Two Stores An enthusiastic meeting of the share holders ot the Sons of England Hall Company, Limited, was held Wednes- day night in the Oddfellows' Hall after the regular White Rose meet- ing. Lionel L. Asquith, the chair- man of the company presided. There was a large attendance and every in- dividual shareholder took the keenest interest in the business which augurs well for the speedy achievement oE the object in view, namely, the build- ing of a hall on Cutbill Street which will be an ornament to the citv and a great acquisition to the lodge as well as being a profitable The chairman told the meeting that the objects of the company were to build a should eventually become the property of the Sons of England Lodge in this city and that the much discussed clause in the Me- morandum of Association with, refer- ence to the Lodge having the right to buy back shares at par was essential to attain that object. He also urged the present shareholders to -'get busy and sell the remainder of the shares. Preliminarf' plans were submitted by E. Carver, and were discussed at some length. They call tor a club-room or gymnasium and kitchen in the basement, two stores on the ground floor and lodge rooms on the first dimen- sions -17 feet by 50 feet. It .was decided that the directors having got the views of the share- holders on the matter should deal with tiic plans hut an assurance was given that .before the plans were fin- ally settled they would b% submitted to the shareholders for approval. A resolution was carried on motion of S. W. Tuckwell that in the event of the present plans being accepted one of the stores in the building be reserved for the Sons of England to use as a co-operative store, if it Js thought advisable at the time. The secretary, C. E. Sydal, Or any member of the lodge will be pleased to furnish a prospectus and particu- lars of the Company to desir- ous of taking shares. CAPT. HACKETT DEAD Amherstburg, Feb. H Hackett is dead after a year's Illness from throat trouble. He was the eld- est son of the late Andrew Hackett keeper of Boyes Blanc lighthouse for over 30 years. Captain Hackett wai 40 years old and succeeded his father when the latter died. SHELVED FIRE ALARM IDEA Proposed By Aid. Sage- Council Discuses Real Es- tate Licenses- -Companies Hate Jot Paid Advertising Exposes The adjourned meeting of the.city council was held last night. There were present the mayor and whole council, -Business was resumed in committee of the whole with Aid. Oliver In the chair. _Tue mutter of securing 3, roadway down' the hill to the coal mine was discussed to some length. It was dis- covered that the present roadway was the property of the A. R. I. com- pany. Aid. Bowman stated that the present roadway, seeing that It was an old established trail, it should be a public roadway. It was thought tuat' a title should be secured If pos- sible to this from the A. R. I. so that the be sure of it if improvements were to be made later. It was moved by Mayor Adams that the tender of L. Keel for salvage at the old plant-be" accepted. This tender was for all scrap material ex- cept the boilers. The price offered was 51050. The motion carried. A committee was appointed to con- fer with the regard to the road down the hill. The commit- tee appointed'was as.follows: Mayor Adams, Aid: Hatch and Aid. Bowman. Real Estate License A bylaw was introduced to amend bylaw No. 17'in connection-with real estate business. The bylaw now reads that a'company can take out a li- cense regardless of the number of the company. One person will be requir- ed to pay the same license as a com- pany. Aid. Bowman stated that if real es- :ate licenses had to be paid by one man the same as a company, there was no protection to the real estate men. Aid. Hatch stated that they should enact a laW'stating that a firm with" more than one' member be taxed in a different manner. Aid. Bowman thought that it was a very dangerous matter to change the law. Peddlers or anybody else could do the same thing and under the name of a firm carry on business as they liked. Aid. Oliver thought that the license would have to be-for the firm and not the men; the latter was not legal. The point was that the council could not discriminate against business. Aid. Frayne stated that the trouble was that the bylaw when changed refer not only to real estate men but transient traders of any de- scription were affected too. The bylaw was referred back to the city solicitor on motion of Aid. Oliver. Fire Alarm System Aid. Sage stated that he wished the council to consider the installation of a public fire, alarm system. There was that in a city of this size a public fire alarm was an absolute necessity. The council had to see to the protection of property or serious loss would occur. A man should know somehow or other when his place was on fire., Valuable articles might be lost in'a fire when the owner was not present that could have been saved. Aid. Bowman stated that he wish- ea that Aid. Sage would suggest the solution to the trouble himself. As' for providing a public fire alarm such one did not exist. The chief did not! want a public fire alarm. The less; the firemen were hampered by the' public the better they were able to ight the fire. Aid. Sage stated that it did not matter what the chief thought about Page 5 PUBLIC MARKET PLACE IN THE CITY OP 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 Registered Pure Bred CLYDE STALLIOX "McHatton's Xo. 17582, 4 years old 1 Pure Grade PERCEER-Otf STALLION .25 Head of FILLIES AND GELDINGS Coming 1, 2 and 3 years old, all halter broken TERMS: CREDIT TILL XOV. 1ST, 1910 Will Be Granted on Bankable Paper with Approved Security Rex Virtue Ownei W. L. Wilson Of Lethbridge, Auctioneer. Phone 585 The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block The First Complete Spring Showing of The ]STew Laces and Embroideries 6udcd, thfir MaP.y have come all the !ast and flne'Bt product of tbe 1She that we have tuai we nave >A the66 graceful and it will make your choosing easier when Bouncings, demi.Flounc- present, pricings are quite satisfactory toc-froni the poinl of economy. Weas-and Corset embroideries....'.... .25c Corset N. .5Qc Fine cambric goods, IS in. wide, with a liberal amount of embroidery work in various dainty de- signs, half inch beading at top. Wonderful value at the price. Swiss goods and dainty checked dimities iu very artiste and graceful designs, representing some of tbe very best values one could wish for at the .price. A special lot A SPLENDID ARRAY OF EVERY DAY NEEDS FOR SPRING less ladings, edging, insertions, flouncings and matched sets in almost end- be to our patrons-are i, Statement Ve caD live to -xious to proved your you in the city. Now is the time to plan -come when assortments are nfeds' Come and look over our assortments shelf. complete-you 11 find us ready to show you everything from top to bottom We'll expect you. Best English Prints 12 l-2c A wonderful collec- tion of newest de- signs in light, med- ium and dark colors.- Every one guaran- teed absolutely fast dye. Fine Scotch Ginghams 12 l-2c Plain chambrays and neat checks in var- ious sizes, very pret- ty and serviceable for house dresses and children's wear. cotton challies, spec- Pine soft finish cambrics special value at..............15c value at .ioc As pretty and as soft as the pure wool goods and just.as satisfactory colorings shown in the new black spots and dainty floral designs with over- stripe All colors to choose from. An excellent quality, pure finish, full bleached cloth that anyone might well consider especially good at .12 l-2c so it would be. Pull 36 in wide, tine even thread Saturday in the Keady-to-Wear Section, Superb Showings of-Newest Tailored Suits, One-P iece and Coat Dresses and Beautiful new garments designed to suit women who are most particular i i clothes they wear; tailored and finished throughout in the very best possible fashion nn becoming style, correctly illustrating fashion 'trend. for spring, neatly trimmed n tons, soutache and moire silk. It's a most fascinating collection throughout and nrice? a fair considering the excellent character of the all-wool materials and superb wSrkmanShin WE STRONGLY URGE EARLY SELECTIONS AND. WHETHER YOU COM ARE EQUALLY WELCOME U.U YOU COME TO T onw no iu LOOK OR YOU t. The question was what was neces- sary for the saving of property. There was a possibility of procuring a' fire alarm that could be heard over tbe whole city. Hatch stated that at the con- vention of Alberta municipalities it was voted ihnt a public fire alarm was not desirable. A great crowd of pec- pie at a fire constituted a dangerous element on account of thieving. Aid. King stated that he had been talking with a number of prominent men on this subject and the question had not been impounded and there MOTOR CHEMICAL ENGINE fore could not have been poisoned by the police. Dr. Tuller had any evi- at perfect liberty to submit it. On motion of Aid. King the letter was received and filed and the secre- tary instructed to send a copy of it to Dr. Tuller. Unloading Coal The question of unloading FOR CALGARY BRIGADE Calgary, Feb. Standing out in front of the headquarters today are the five pieces of fire apparatus which arrived in the city last night. The consignment comprises a motor chem- ical, and four pieces of horse-drawn coal through holes in the sidewalk came up i for considerable discussion again. Aid. Frayne suggested as a solution to the trouble that they should limit the the 'hours for unloading and have it done through a chute from the curb had been asked if when the alarm was j instead of through the sidewalk. On sent in the person would know wheth- motinn of Aid. Frayne and Hatch citi- Boils and Pimples. Whenever your complexion is unnat- ural, your skin in an unhealthy condition. equipment, consisting of a comblna-' tion hose and chemical and three hose wagons. Chief Smart is prouder than the day- he first put on long pants, whenever that was. There is some justification for it too, for he has the honor of hav- ing the rirsts piece of motor apparatus ever put into use In any fire depart- ment in the prairie country. Then the appearance of the other apparatus is even to the eye of the casual ob- server, of a high srade. The hose wagons are constructed very solidly and the finish is equal to that put on the high class carriages. er it had been answered or not. If that ANGLICAN BISHOPS zens using coal holes in the sidewalk i pimples, when boils and festering sores You _____ purely vegetable compound, Burdock Blood TO HELP CANADA London, Feb." At the annual there was a public alarm system thatj wiii be notified to close them and havet would easily be known. ithe coal unloaded through a chute Ala. Bowman said that in big cities thc CIlrb or from the alleyways j p'romptly j meetinS today of central board of 3 burnfne Possible. ovates the blood and missions it was announced that the Aid. Bowman stated that the ex- if man's? house was burning the po-j lice would not allorw him to go near! companies were to bear all this ex- pense. "The it. If the chief was looking after his pense in connection with advertising business (he boxes would be in work-1 the natural gas and street railway ing ordor alright, franchises had been paid by the city Aid. Sage's motion that the council} give this milter their consideration at a later meeting was agreed to. A communication from the chief of police was received stating that the petition of the draymen presented at Monday's meeting would receive the attention of the police department A Poisoned Dog A letter was also read from the regarding the poisoning of Dr. dog. The police had received no instructions from the council to poison any stray dogs nor had any dogs been r-oisoned by the police that were not impounded. Dn Toiler's entire system. 4-f archbishops of Canterbury and York Alia., writes: "I recor j in Western Canada. The mend Burdock Blood Bit- ArchDishop of Canterbury wrote: "1 terssis being the best blood i do not thjnV thsrc has beer, as occa- purifier there is. About! three years ago I WM jslon of gTeater anxiety and greatly troubled with boils and our drug- i responsibility in the history of the Boils Cured. MM sent the bills for this to the cora-j have not had boil or even a pimple." panics and they had been referred] Mr. J. Morehouse, Zea- land Station, N.B., writes: 4 back. Mayor Adams that If they were j not paid to the city he would draw a.j sight draft on the companies for the' M M M t Kn-.ples" Cured- amounts. The Bishop of London said he want- ed the church in Canada to be a "British Christian Church." If they did not do something, he said, Canada "My face and neck j would grow up with no British and no covered with pimples, Christian church. I tned all kinds of reme- dies, but they did rr.e no good. I went to many doctors, but they could not cure me. I then tried Burdock The Simpson company of this city Company have received in-i SThvail dcniors. corporation and will carry on busi- ness in this city. only by The T. Milbum Co., Lin.ucu, Toronto, Ont. The Citizens Lumber Companv itod of this city, has also been poratcd as a limited company.