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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LethbridgeDaily Herald, R0YAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR SPECIAL ii t i 50 tacks of Ogilvie't famous Royal Household Flour, put up in 24 Ib, sacks. Regular price Saturday for 85c. A. MACDONALD CO. A. M. BUNT, Manager Will Deal Wrtk Dojs (Continued from frtnt page) Big Drawing Contest TAKES PLACE TONIGHT AFTER THE FIRST PERFORMANCE At The Eureka BRING YOUR COUPONS STAND READY to come here for all sporting goods if juii wish to buy the standard article at rock bottom prices. We have built up an enviable reputation for i UP-TO-DATE GOODS j such as boxing gloves, tennis rackets, skates, fisliing tackle, croquet sets, base, basket and foot balls, tennis balls, golf balls, etc. Have we named what you want? Then come and get it. It injure or break into a pound or to interfere with a po'.ico man in impounding a'dog. It an im- pounded is released it is to be offered for at public auction and if two dollars" or over is not bid dbg it is .to be killed. Two dollars is to be the fee for redeeming a dog. from pound. A fine not exceed ing twenty-five dollars or on default of .thirty days' imprison- ment is to be imposed. Alderman Bowmau thought that the bylaw was five or six years ahead of the city. .Alderman Hatch stated that it was the only way to settle the tlotf nuisance. The town was full of them now. AUiermaa Oliver stat- ed that this was the only city of its size in Canada that had no 'dog by- law. Alderman Frayne thought that the bylaw should fix the'length of chain by which a dog could be led. It o could-he made a great nuisance by persons offended by the bylaw who might use a long chain which would be a serious inconvenience to persons walking on the streets. On motion of Alderman Oliver and King the draft was referred to the city solicitor for his opinion and he Dou't Forget to Stop at Kerr's '.for H PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, TEAS, r COITFEES Fruit of All Kinds in Their Season ?5 I will be asked (o next meeting. be present at'" the DIRECT NOMINATION BILL INTRODUCED The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. Grand Drawing [n aid of Lethbridge Profes- sional Baseball Club Ten Prizes to be Awarded Tickets on sale at the fol- lowing places: AH the hotels in the city. J. D. Higinbotham Co.'s Drug Store. Red Cross Drug Store.- Bentley Co.'s. Geo. Kerr Co.'s. A. MacDonald Co. Ott's Cigar Store.- Wallace's Cigar Store. The Arcade. Tickets one dollar. tt Albany, Feb. Hughes j direct nomination bill was introduced .to both houses of the Legislature to- day. Last year this measure caused one of the .biggest fights of the ses- sion and failed to pass either house. This year some changes have been made, but-the measure is ligely to [meet haru sledging.1 Senator Hinman fathered the -Gov- ernor's bill in the upper house and j Mr. Greein in the Assembly. Prcmiurn- 25c per tt> Armour's...! ...22cperfb Canadian 21c per Ib j> A Swift's 30 c per rb Armour's ____ ____ 25c per ft Canadian ____ 23c per tb w> Ct Ives r This is the finest butter on the market .....60 per tb Canadian... ____ 20c per tb v Gorgonxola 50c per tb Swiss Cream.. i....... ____ ...35cpertb NeW Laid ;45c per dozen Fresh cooking eggs.... 35c per dozen EGGS Flour, Lard, McLarens Imperial Cheese, lu- gersoll Cream Cheese Always in Stock We Sell Groceries Advertised cat Week End Sale Prices Every Day MATINEE NEW THEATRE TOMORROW AF- TERNOON By mutual arrangement the usual matinee at 'the Lyceum is called off and one big matinee will be held at the New Theatre at 2.30. The gold piece that was. announced to be drawn for at the Lyceum will be rawn for at the. new big vhere "The Heart; Kentucky" will e presented by Miss Jeanne Russell and her company. The usual candy will be there for the children. N. R. Hires Palace Theatre, Lon- don, England, for Moving Pic- ture Display The Canadian Northern railway has evolved a scheme for advertising 'the vast and varied agricultural and in- dustrial resources of the Dominion to the millions of London that has al- ready compelled more attention than anything previously attempted. The Palace theatre, the most fash- ionable and one of the largest vaude- ville houses in the metropolis, has been hired, where an exhibition of npving pictures photographs Is to be given. It was, learned in the local offices yesterday that an elaborate series of views depicting, the .activities of the Great West was taken last summer for the purpose of publicity in Great Britain and Europe. An expert pho- tographer also took pictures In the great hunting and fishing districts, aria, it is hoped to make this country the magnet for the wealthy sports- men, many of -whom at present go outside the Empire and fare worse than they would in the. Dominion. CANADIAN-DEFENCE LEAGUE DECIDED ON Toronto, Feb. formation of an Ontario division of the Canad-an defence league was decided upon at a .meeting of influential citizens In St S Georges hall tonight. The actual work of. organization was left for a subsequent meeting. Sir J.im2s premier of the province and Hon. A. G. Mackey, leader of the be patrons of the On tario division of the league. HHHMMMMMM G Acres in north end of city, only S30GO.OO; caeh, bal- ance in 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent interest. A No, 1 buy for subdivi- -f sion. IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. M M M M M M SCENE FROM "THE SQUAW MAN' ft wajixiaf lr tad should be attended U M to avoid yean of terribk lunwiaf from kidney troubles. Doaa'tt Kidosy Fills will you ia UM M thiy eurtd Mist B. CUrks, Oat., wu troubled witli kidney troubls for wvwftl mi back-WM weak, I hftd suck tscribU Wa- tches, and wu so rastless I eouid not sUsp ftt night tad triad without my benafit. ft I ricttd ftdvised mt to try Dbftn'i Kidney Pills, so I four boxes they completely cured mex I now feel M well lu I ever did ftod would everyone suffering from Kidaty Discue to try them." Price SQ seuU per box, or 3 for f 1.21, ft! dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Is oederiai specify "Doaa's." SAMPLES "MILADI" COSTUMES Skirts and Princess Gowns skewing at The Ltd Store ONLY SLIGHT RISE IN RIVER SEINE NEW THEATRE TONIGHT Buy Fort George Townlots Eort Greorgc will "be on main line of G. T. P. between Edmon- ton and Prince Rupert. On-proposed line between Edmonton and Arancoiivcr ,Gr'. T. P.. Railway. Terminus of projected line from Yukon. Terminus of projected line opening up Peace River country. Terminus of projected line from Victoria. Tort George is the headquarters of 3 lines of steamboats now. Fort George is situated on the Eraser, the Xorth Eraser and Ncchaco Rivers. Fort George is the supply point for the whole central British Columbia. chance is now, while lots arc low. each, down and per month. interest. taxes. ,For fuller information call at our .office tonight or tomorrow. We take your order and make to Satisfaction guaranteed Government Subscribes a Large Amount for Sufferers Paris, Feb. The river Seine rose only a few inches during the night and the hydrographic authorities predicted today that the high level which should be reached tomorrow would be about BUSINESS PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO FARMING Modern enterprise Is making it pos- sible for the busy business 'man of the cities to have a share in the pro- fits of farming. The farmer Is no longer to have It all-to the application of business methods to farming on a large scale is to dis- tribute these pronts: so that the city man can get farming game, without of living on' a "arm. The A. C. Bohrnstedt Minne- apolis has organized no less than six different farming corporations with a capital aggregating These companies will all operate large win- tor wheat farms in Alberta, Canada, and the aggregate holdings of wheat lands foots up to acres. The head office of these companies is in Minneapolis though the stock is held by business and professional men throughput the Northwest." 'As.far as known, tills is the first time It has been tried to carry on farming opera- tions on such corporate plans: The Alberta Wheat Co. was the first to be organized and part of the farm was In crop last year, producing good yields and satisfactory returns for the shareholders. It is expected to have crop returns from all the company farms this year.. Each farm has its local manager but ail are un- measure. Si impson Phone 344 Go. Ltd. Crabb Street eight inches less than anticipated. The Chamber of Deputies today unanimously voted the for the aid of the flood victims which had bee' nasked for by the cabinet. The vast financial scale of the relief plans may be judged by the fact that the contemplates loans amount ng'to seventy-five 'per ent. of which will be upon personal ecurity and the balance upon real ate. v. .T. I V I I I I I i I I I THE PALACE MEAT MARKET Hill Block Dufferin Street Special Prices for Friday Saturday ASK PARLIAMENT FOR ALTERATION OF LAW Making It Illegal tb Levy Tax to Pay Labor Members London, Feb. labor confer- ence at which the parliamentary com- mittee of the trades union congress, ;eneral federation of trades union and labor party are represented, met at Newport, in Monmouthshire, yester- day for considering recent charge of the House of Lords that levying com- pulsory contributions upon members of trades unions for payment of sal- aries to labor members of parliament is illegal. The conference passed a resolution calling upon parliament for an altera- tion of law. TUis is the first, step to be taken in i direction of compelling the new government to so amend the law AS to allow these contributions. All courts have decided that they are illegal under present laws. der the general direction of Professor George .Severance, who was, until re- cently, the riead .of the Washington State College Experimental Farm at Pullman. As the farm properties of all the companies are within a radius of 75 miles, it makes such supervision by a general superintendent possible. The working out of this .experiment will be watched with much Interest. The movement is so much discussed- or "getting back to the land" may get another impetus from the man who is a shareholder in a successful farm- ing Commercial We L BUFFALO SWITCHMEN WILL NOT STRIKE Buffalo, Feb. will be no strige of the switchmen in the Buf- falo yards who are members of the Brotherhood of Railway. Trainmen ac- carding to Thomas E. Crossin, presi- cording .to Thomas E. 'Crossin, presi- dent of the Lodge 817. "Buffalo, is in the eastern territory and requests for more money will be settled says Mr. Crossin. NO MORE LICENSES FOR HA Hamilton, Feb. boar control today decided to limit number of licenses to sixty-six, number at present issued. This is the' first time in the city's history the number has been below one license to each thousand population. Capt. Alexander president of the United States navy inspection board and recently commander of the battleship Virginia, died at the naval hospital in Washington today after about a month's illness from typhoid fever. 1 FARMER LOST WEIGHT CASE Pork Shoulder Boasts, 4 to lOlbs., per Ib 15c Pork Loin Boast, any weight, per 1L.....16c Loin Pork Chops, per Ib................1'Tc Pork Steaks, per Ib...................16c All'lPork trimmed of Eat. Open from 6-8 tonight. Phone 455. P. 0. Box 1205. THE- inois-Alberta Realty Co. JOHNSON BLOCK NEXT BALMORAL HOTEL I 1 I BEEF. SlioiildefcBoast Beef, per Ib.............lOc Steak Beef, per Ib. Rolled Roast Beef3 boneless, per Ib. 12 1 -2c Brisket Beef Boiling, per Ib.......6 and 7c Stewing Yeal, 3 Ibs. for..............25c Stewing Mutton, 2 Ibs. 'for............25c Mistake if Any Was Not Wilful, Says the Court A case was tried yesterday and the day before in th? District Court in which a farmer laid -a charge against the Ellison Milling Co. of wilfully misrepresenting the weight of ft load of grain. He the load weigh- ed at the city scales and it went six- EIGHTY YEARS OF AGE SUFFERED 20 YEARS Them OurtxJ by Gin Remember, right at the start, that Gia Pills arc not a If you have Small-Pox, Typhoid Fever or Con- sumption, there is no use in your taking Gin Pills because they probably would not do you any special good. Gin Pills are not a hit-or-mtss" remedy. They are" a scientific prep- aration for the Kidneys and for Rheumatism, Lumbago and Lame Back, and are made and guaranteed by the largest wholesak drug house in Canada. For the special diseases mentioned, Gin Pius have proved their great value in thousands of cases. Here a a case ia point. Annapolis.'N. S., May 14th, 1909. "I wish to five testimony to the be- nefits I have received from the use of Gin Pills. I am over eighty years of age and have suffering from Kidney and Bladder Trouble for about fifteen years. I took doctors' medicines but jot no help. I want to thank you for sending me the sample box of Gin Pills which I found it helped rnc. I have taken six boxes of Gin Pills, but got relief before I bad taken near that amount, I used to get up some nights mission. had been cleaned the load weighed only sixtv bushels twenty pounds. The farmer held that the difference was too great and went to law. The i court held that while a mistake may