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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, It Doesn't Matter Whether Eat to Live Live to Eat THE City Bakery Can Fill the Bill. Everything You Gc-t Here Pleases the Palate Enriches the Blood If we haven't anything you want we'll make It if ordered. We always get there in time for supper. ST. ANDREW'S BUY_CHURCH SITE Presbyterians Of North Lett- bridge Will Build The board of managers of St. An' draw's Presbyterian Church met on Tuesday night in Bailie Street school, Mr, J. Davies, chairman of the hoard, presiding. There was a full attendance of members, also Rev. A. M. Gordon, minister of Knox church, and Rev. W. W, Bryden, minister of St. Andrew's. I After a tliorough discussion; of Ihej ituation, It was decided to purchase! our Jots on the corner of and Westminster Road from the A..R. nil I. Co. for a church site. Mr. Davies the sit- mtion and advised that a purchase be nade closer in, even at a higher price. SUNLIGHT SOAP I LETHBRIDGE I THE CAFE il New, cltan, up to date. All white help. A BASKET FULL of clean, sweet-smelling linen Lf obtained with half the toil And half the time if Sunlight Soap is used. Sunlight shortens the day's work, but lengthens the life of your clothes. Follow TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Life buoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For there being a great differ-j ing underclothing it is unequalled. eace in the 'price, the cauny Scots on ______________________ the board decided in favor of thej above location. Messrs. Gordon and Bryden ex- pressed a strong conviction that in aj very short time the corner of Mac-! beth and Westminster Road would be a more central location north, of the! According to a directory published today Toronto has a population of What Is believed to be a record horse sale for Canada was conducted at Saskatoon on behalf of W. A. 311- verwood, when horses were dis- posed of In four and a half hours. The aggregate receipts oC tUe sale netted or an average price per horse of ?262. There Is a strong possibility that Eugene V. -Debs, the socialist candi- date at the last election for the Pres- [idency of the United States, will conic to Ottawa this year under the aus- pices' of the local socialists. The Hotel Hocket, at Nicolet, Que., was burned to the ground tonight. 1C. brother of the proprietor, wjio was asleep In his room at thej time, losing Ills life. An adjoining restaurant belonging to J. Lapage was also burned. Loss fairly insured. Lethbridge r urmrare THE HOME OF THE OUTFIT X x-tLethbridge Daily Herald's Patterns Good menu. Quick service. Next Arlington Hotel Orders for d raying left here will receive prompt attention. track, predicting that the city would) Increase rapidly in that direction. j It was decided to accept the offer of; the public school board to pay j per month for the use of the Bailie' Street school, although the charge! .was considered to be most taut. Mr. Patchir-g was-authorized to pur- chase necessary lamps to dispel thej j encircling gloom. A meeting of the congregation will be held at the close of the evening service on February 20 to ratify the- selection of the board of managers for! a church site, and to take further ac-j vt tion towards the erection of a church edifice, so that the whole matter may be brought up at the next Presbytery! meeting decently and in order. The adherents of the Presbyterian church living north of the track have only a limited quantity of this world's; goods. Hope, however, is held out to them that the rich people south of the track will come to their aid in the erection of a new church. The attendance at the Bailie Street school 8 i having fully demonstrated the fact that another church is badly needed in this communitv. itoi: for this Bed Couch Among the large number of Bed Lounges o( different we consider this the greatest bargain offered design ns New Goods Arriving Every Day Odd Morris Chairs i 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 Prices on Library Tables 10 designs in golden oak or English finish, at right prices, from to for tins Couch THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO SFCURE VALUES IN COUCHES, LOUNGES AND BED COUCHES. DESIGNS FOR THE YOUNG MISS PARIS PATTERNS NOS. 3153-3163, 3149, 3177 All Seams Allowed A trimmer, neater more'stylish gar (No. which look particularly- well made up in rough-surfaced mater ials, such as homespun, tweed, cam- el's hair cheviot, unfinished wool and the like, and which will, be equally fashionable later in the vear made of ment for girlish wearers could scarce- j linen, duck, crash and pongee. The ly be devised than the pretty Gibson costume consists of a blouse Save Money and Buy at shirtwaist here shown. The design be developed in madras, Scotch gingham, chainbray, plaid French waistings, cambric, or tailor percale. Narrow Irish crochet or art t-dging will also decorate it prettily. 3Irs. Kutusoff Nicolas Miss Fielding Married In Ottawa, Daughter Of Hon. Fieiding Minister Of Finance gored to the shoulders, and a separ- ate five-gored skirt. The pattern is- cut in three sixes, from 13 to 17 years. For a miss of 15 years the. dress requires 5i yards of material 3G inches wide, with yards of The pattern is cut in three sizes Iromj braid. 13 to 17 years. For a miss of 15j- No. 3177, with its square yoke, its years the shirtwaist requires 2 yards picturesque over-sleeires, its pointed of material 36 inches wide. j side portions and its plaited; skirt, is A very graceful model for a separ- ate skirt for a young girl is the one- piece plaited skirt (No. Thej dress can be made of old rose cash- skirt will appear to excellent advan-j-mere, with yoke- and undersleeves of tage when worn with shirtwaists ofiallovcr laoe and trimming of a deeper tailor design. Cheviot, tweed, mo- shade of pink soutache. Other mater- certainly a design that will make the young wearer appear at her best. The hair, serge. Venetian linen, pique, duck, or broadcloth, THE LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET manage- t Is now under, new ment. Fresh Meats, Fowl, "Fish, Eggs and Vegetables Of the best quality always on hand. 3ur delivery service is All we ask is the first order Scott tals which mav be used advantageous cotton poplin, I ly arc mohair, serge, nun's veiling, chainbray or gingham may be used pongee, shepherd's plaid, lin- dcvulop this design in good effect. The; en, duck, chainbray or gingham. The pattern is cut in four sizes, from 12; pattern is cut in three sizes, from 14 to IS years. For a miss of 16 years j to 18 years. For a miss of 16 years tin- skirt requires yards oi mater-'the dress requires 5 j yards of material iai 3G inches wide. j.36 inches wide, with yards oi Very smart indeed, for young girls! allovcr lace 18 inches wide. are the new Russian blouse suits Price of each Pattern, 10 cents. Proprietors Hill Block Crabb St. PERSONS RESIDING NORTH OF 55TH PARALLEL PER- MITTED TO TRAP BEAVER The Department of Agriculture has received inquiries from various parts of the province asking if there is an j discussion in regard to the planting of trees. Malcolm McKenzie, M. P. P., is spending the day here. He was-ac- companied by Mr. Calder, inspector of roads and bridges, of the Public Works department. To the Herald reporter he stated that he would stay with this session of the legislature for it would cause too much of a turmoil if ne resigned. He was making a tour the district to size up its needs and so be in a better position to re- present their interests at Edmonton. Together with James" McNaughton and other citizens of Carmangay, Mr. .McKenzie and Inspector Calder visit- jil: eti the proposed site of the'bridge across the Little Bow to the north of i 01 the town. j Wm. Baxter, of Magrath, shipped a carload of hogs and a large ship- j ment of veal, poultry and eggs from! Carmangay to-day. This is the first GEO. TAYLOR Florist GREENHOUSES-650, failed Slreet, Phone 675 STORE- Ford Street, Phone 561 P. O. Box 1353 5K Ui Fresh- Cut Flowers ;ind Plants for All Occasions 1 Free Delivery to all parts of tli e. city car of hogs to be shipped from here] but it is a forerunner of a profitable! j. Roach, of Hamilton, one of tie best known hotel men in the country, was found dead in his home business for the merchants of tlusion Hughson Street South. Enlarge- WHAT MOTHERS SAY ABOUT IT: Mrs. A. Hanley, Greenfield. Oni.t didn't leave a apot." Mrs. Itanjamin HnKIey, of Ooshon, N.fi., "I think very highly of Zam-Buk. My "daughter PrificilU was terribly affected with Eczema in her bead. Wo could not got it cured and che seemed to be all on fire with itching and burning. Her head was raw with sores. Wo heard of Zam-Bulc and a conns of this bnlrn cnrcd her completely." 7s.m-r.uk irra core for cold torn. frost bites, bruises, cats, injuries dimjes, ftlfto cnrw COo druggists Mid f tores, or Bok Co., Toronto, for You need a balm for that skin disease, that ulcer, that eczemous patch, that cold sere Or perhaps you are one cf the many thousands who suffer silently, yet acutely, from that terrible ailment, piles If so, the balm you need is Zam-Buk. In proof cf this, review the following eloquent facts: Medical men admit Zam-Buk's great The other week, an African chief said to a missionary, Mi yebe cigbe aliga nanay meaning I like best that green medicine." Four years ago Zam-Buk was un- known in Canada. To-day druggists regard it as the leading staple in ointments! Such is the verdict of the people and surely all this spells superiority! Zam- Buk is because we say it is good, but because it has made good its own case in the homes of the people. It is "something Try it 1 Children, who have once had Zam- applied to their sores, ask for it again. They know it eases their pain In every country of the world, to which it has been introduced, Zam-Buk has become the most widely used home remedy. Intelligent and unlearned per- sons agree on its merits. Prof. Las- celles Scott, the great analyst, says of Zam-Buk, "I certify its entire purity and value for skin injuries and diseases." open season for beaver. The Depart- ment therefore wishes to j ing district. parties residing south oi the 5ath j _________ parallel that there is no open season for beaver in that part of the pro- 'vincc lying to the south of the said parallel but owing to the scarcity of animals in the northern; part oi the province during the last i two or throe years, and owing to j trapping and hunting being the prin- cipal occupation oi the majority of the residents of that part oi the vincc lying to the north oi the 55th parallel crosses the province from east to west at about the sou- thern boundary of Township and in order to assist the natives jr. pro- viding necessities tor their families by allowing them io trap beaver, the; Ijeutcnant-Govcrnor-in-Conncil has declared an open season for the trapp- ing of these animals (by the residents of that part of the province referred to) nntil the Tenth day of March, linio. tcnm and the farmers of the surround-i went of the heart was the cause of I death. Get the Choice Oranges of Our Groves that CARMANGAY NOTES. Carmangay. Fob. is elec- tion flny. The first municipal elec- tion for Carmnngay. The candidates: i made their first public appearance at a mooting of the electors last night in the school house. Dr. Bryan oc- cupied the chair, and allowed each sj-oakor a maximum of fifteen min- utes. There is really no question at issue; as yet, but the various speakers re-; forred to waterworks, fire protection.; cemetery .-siul a bridge at the north j end of the town. There was also aj We pick, pack and ship 60% of the Orange crop. These arc oi varying grades. The choicest are packed under the "Sunkist" label. To get the finest 6ranges you must insist on Fruit is wrapped in tissue paper with the word "Sunkist" printed thereon. "Sunkist" Navel Oranges Are Seedless They are delightfully sweet, juicy and fiberless. They are firm, thin skinned and deep tinted. Sunkist" oranges and lemons are picked by gloved hands, wrapped in "Sunkist" tissue paper, packed carefully so as to eliminate chances of becoming bruised or soft. No bruised fruit or fruit that falls to the ground is put ;n a Sunkist" wrapper. Look "Snnkist" on the Ask your dealer for oranges and lemons with "Sunkist" label on the tissue paper wrapper. Oranges and lemons without "Sun- kist" wrappers ore not "Sunkist" brand. Be sure you get oranges and lemons in their original "Sunkist" wrappers. Free: Orange Spoon io make it doubly interesting for you to insist on kist" in the original oranges or lemons we will give you a beautiful Rogers' Orange Spoon. Just send us twelve wrappers and six 2c stamps for postage, packing, etc., and we will send the spoon by return mail. Gel a dozen "Sunkist" and send today for your first spoon. Address California Fruit Exchange co 32 Church St., Toronto. Ont. ;