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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOi NUNTOG HERALD 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Itei la Utttrti tfc MUII W[ Do you intend to build If so you will. do well to call and let give yon figures Plumbing" Tinning Furnace Work Steam and Hot Wator Heating Estimates by mail cheer- fully given. THE wM co. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 i Hard Water Soap Owiii" ?o tho water due to lime and alkali., every soap is not satisfactory. Therefore we have a made for us that pro- duce a splendid lather and soften the hardest waters. Price for 25c at J. D. HigintotJiamSCfl.Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. j TheStore of Quality .Just .Received Another Shipment Washington Apples PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CD. TfeeOiiiyUKIOI Store in tie City CITY AND DISTRICT I VALENTINES ,1 "When In Doubt Lead I Trump." In this case one of our Valentine Books will take the Prie. See Window Display inuTSors IOSIG STORE i i lit tar tat if ftfe Ink M i Aftnts Undtrwwd I John Small, collector of customs at! Toronto. Ont., is dead. j The Lincoln celebration tonight will i commence at S.30 o'clock. j I Ice cream for parties, etc.. at Rochon's. j i Mr. Dan Olson, real estate man j I from Taber. is in-the city on busi-; i ness for a few- days. I Remember, 25c gives you a good! jseat. You can hear well and you see j ta play that is a play. Also three bigj vaudeville specialties. Can you beatj U1B from Edmonton to take the place, of; on t-ne stage, at the Eureka- G. HI Bennett, formerly accountant: at the Bank of Montreal, hut who isj now at. Edmonton, News from Edmonton .is most post-j tive that the new be; placed .under .n jj: the; spring- and rushed rumi ion this] rear. The work ttn the Oi-rtnct Jail will also be j Mrs. R. F. Agnew caine down from j national .Harvester Co. 's affency here. Calgary last Mr. and 'Mrs. EXTEND LIFE housing Gathering OF MEMBERS Business Men There is to be ;i concert in honor or i Abraham Lincoln's birthday a. half-j hour before the performance this ev- i at the Lyceum. j the Lyceum to- F. Beavers and son, -have tak- en over the management of. the Inter- Brown, the former manager, is Conservative Leader Robert son Thinks Present Term Is long Enough Agnew" will spend a short time travelling- for company Mrs. Lethbridjre until 'their residence! Summersr Stock Co. pjays "Paid in J_JC7U4-IU1 JMJUT U. t4Jtr.ll 1 I v on DufTerin St. is ready for tonight. tion. i The friends, of R.N- Shaw., account- The Western Lighting Co. do all ant at the Bank of Commerce, will be kinds of electj-ic wiring. Next Her- Mr. J. T. B. Boulton. of Little aid Office. Plume, was in the city'on-'Saturday pleased to see him filling rhis old .po-. sition again, ilr. Shaw spent a i month's holidays at York Edmonton. Altai'. Pelx (Continued from Front Page.) representatives of Medicine Hat, Mac. pai-ts to iorm part I oi a "solid South" delegation for the day, .but.no hour had been pet, ;and we decided that we would use ;our .interview, as a.means of.getting as much information as possible with I the object o'f finding _Ald. i Hatch put whether to commend j or criticize. Our Mr. Donald McNab, I met. us at the buildings, and intro- duced .us to Hhe Premier. He-ex Don't forget the ball at f Oliver's Hall -ON----- Wednesday Eve., Feb. RefreshmentB served at Alexander Cafe. Tickets can be procured at pressed .the, of the Gov- o j j1- t'l.vaccw tue iiov- in ihe-representations being journed till S and sat until nearly-11; nnde 'to, them1: from '..different sections; this constituting the. .record .day.Sjparticularly .citinca :one wnrk rtf tViA column far work of the session so far. j.from the Bow 'Riyer. country directly Many important- bills, were discuss- j north of us, for railway' facilities the; most prominent .beincr the At- j. To 'direct as .'to the Gpv_ torney General's act" respecting" .'th'e.i er.imVnt's 'intentions' were tolcl Legislative Assembly Alberta'.- "that the .progranime would, not" likely' i ssemy ,o era.- u, no which was finally read a- second: tLmeib- announced 'for about two -vet' and therefore ccit and referred to a special committee -vet' and therefore not.. be" di- but in. general .terms we were .4 ooms. -.Ap- ply 25 .-'Llrgyle.. JLye.'Vf' Lethbridge has -the best police force! House, as the .AV.-Wool in the West. They have creat noses} the 'nrrlstoa. for'criniinals. Ever since the attempt-' ed robber? on Wednesday; night they have been on the ciuiviye :and this moraine: SerRt. KrouinR- found v, his man in shack in the outskirts of city. He was: broueht to the police station where he .was; iflentified by the proprietor of the restauran-t.' The trial was adjourned until Eviry yourif man in the city should tee Mr. Milmar in his poses at" 'the Eureka; Although the thermometer remains low- it does not prevent the theatre-; goers from patronizing the Eureka.! as the ;program this week is excelleat .m every Joe Noel, in his -character impersonations, is the best that has ever been in our city. .One man was heard to sav he left the, theatre tKat he. hart.his doubts yet as to whether it was a'man or a woman. Every young man in Leth- briclpe should see Mr. Milmar before leaving the city., and observe for themselves-.-what physical culture will in the way developing the muscles. Tlie place in town for electric lamps, and Elec. trie Lighting Co., next Herald CJffice. im 83 183 FRESH People wlio are nsipg Have these for sale Agent J- Johnston I -QUALITY QUARTEM- j Lock Sets KENWOOD DESIGN Polished old copper ron oblong etcutcheon plate and round j I he detifii it plain with a small beaded border. A handsome set and good ralue for the money Front Door Sets Inside .90 Clause xone 'makes provision ;jbr the nmnber of meinbers. number is" leityljlank to" be filled by the spe- cia i'_; committee'" who" wilf niake' the di- assured :thar the south would receive its full share of if not more, that both: the Canadian Northern' ;and the Graha Trunk Pacific .wish fo go, to -Lethbridge, and the Grandr Trunk -Pacific.-..cha'rter; a spe- The Premier .thought there should not be less than thirty-iiijrht or thir-; ty-nine constituencies and. said that although he-believed in. representation by .population, area .should also .be faken into present divisions, owinjf to abnormal some, members were unabie to meet their and he gave A needs, and the iienis of information .were more' or less ..directlv, f w atid J. B. Anderson, the source supply. x Great Visitors, "The United States of was -a "special toast in' honor of the Great Falls visitors; who had just arrived. It was introduced in a most fitting manner by Conybeare.and brought forth capital. after-dinner speeches from -f the '.three gentlemeri, Eaeh -spokev of their hisrh regard; for Canada and; Its. institutions-, and Mr. Strain' was..given an ovation when that he was Canadian "had his'lbye for nag of old Canada. He .was in this country in, .deputatibn from Falls "-for; Edmoii- tpn. in railways., They wantftd Alberta.; Governinent to gej tp come ha ye already been a nriquio'ced. Gdvernroent- are to guarantee the of branches of transcohtinerit- al roads-.or.-feeders to these roads, haye- some say in their wlieri they" shall be and how .much shall: built each year. do.-not ask.-for control- of that to provide competi and brmg.them .closer to. the Pacific Coast ay- of Lethbridge; :and.CalgaaT. "The Press, acknowledget Bargain Sale i For One Week Only Two tots on Guiness St.. Subdivision CAS H The G.B, Bowman P.O. Block Pftone.211 r House for Sale Almost new, fully modern, seven rpoms. splendid ceu-. ti-al locality. handle. R.V. Gikbohs PHONE 222 QTT BLOCK by; the representatives present; who were gallant-lj .supported by W. R. Dobbm-and th Eloquent' 'rAuld "God.'Slave the; brought the: roost, able; gathering close! at .three in the -morning: shpjving .that though several Railway Commission. .The C. P. R. Great.. -Northern "will not provincial guarantees, -and- go other had: smaller areas than Alberta; the representation was f larger: Bt- new bill; .the jhe of term :is increased four- to five..years; The Prpniier'remarfeed that he; thonght this a eood" move and pomtied out where_other; prpyinces had done new feature-is. clause'Vwhich.-pro- vides for twp each .from -Cal- AN ENTERPRISING MANAGER. l why iliis ex- ception was rriade.in these -Rutherfprd re- that Jarge, cities Vrft well rec- d as having influence conatltuencies. aod that :hese cities should be: recpirnized gn- Air. Robertson from a populatioK; point, o. afso why weapon, in: case get the other..lines' into if they da not .build them- selves; With the; Saskatchewan :'GQvr was--prepar- ed v to help .another-road to build the Weyburn they now 'C.P-iE. be.r built without G.T.P.; luie were promised ment within three it> will delay; the Govern- while these the C.IS'.R. are already pleted. The are- likely "to to r A -preference f o tbe first, bew% a I ifatiscon'tiii ental Ine, we "were that ihor than likely the C.N.R.. .would reac the seaboard; before the th North Shore line being in ammediaj contemplation, but' G: T.. P line; to Lethbridge be built be- fore the.Jine :to therconat com G.-'Wr "Browri -has succeed- ed in> Stock !C6.' -ibr next and a new outfit -of st rong dramatic and; comedy plays :wflp bcs Monday night Thief fV- will open the second iveelCj plays as 'as-. "The :Tiger's f be repeated, as will tuade ?s -agaje JMferks Opera these cities, thpujrh, having two rep- resentatives will not divided into and was infbrmwj if a> division were miide now; in the course of -a -low years would it iBVimppssibleil increase in .'population j They'ejcpect n By ranninK at connect with th hey. were only following the preced-jGreat Northern at Couttu, nt set by .the DpAinion government f We were-asked if we had anv objec the G.T.P. >kingjn the If YM Livt Out tf IW01llcl Sult weH. and answered as''to.Hne retting cut down if ''The drift of. nto by suggesting: that the the Easiest should be servants of; of routes fs still in tta making, and ie ipformatipii that .will, help to in reply to a queiy by Mr. the "greatest to the pro. son. Premier info-rmied him from their choice is very wel- thc bill becmroe when paaseri-. v Kf the flaflent of Having; lia free: hand MV I- your delegation trust that .Mr, KosenrpJl of Uetasltiwin, sup- the information obtained? the ported Premier Rutherford m a are satisfactory which xoycred all of to you. and in this hope it is tne leader In an ironical manner which specf fully- submitted. Frtr the vSmmitiee, 8. OALBRAITH. we all it, brooaht forth mlks from F. E Mnson, re pies r the jreat class in nccdjpf It, Brown not 3uccegrfulr.jn.landing ,T A" appreciative i audience freeted.: "College -This play] %Biajde .wonderful; success -'the-i and -was ;prodyctipn 1 actor out Jaineflr This Week IVesli Lettuce iSweet Potatoes Bananas Malagi Grrapes Gomb Our bargain sale a wi oner.: "gRead our "Wednesday's ad "and save UP-TO.OATE GROCERS.- Prompt Delivery. phone George- Summers, jinorrow night a rip-roaring farce !co.medy 'entitled in the Saturday aftemo'on at three the-atrongesti-o'ch-ck "Sweei Clover" Jor the ladies staged will! and children. The -prices-will'be lOc i., ._ Jiiit; -ui. be..pTodufled, to-v' 25c for amiwcmcnt. Finally on motion of Mr, Buiherford, seconded by Cushimr. the bm received aec- ond reading awl refwred to cotiirafttce. MOVING PICTURES ADVANCt.O VAUDEVILLE Poor Pugsy 2 UnUjcky Artists T- 3. ;PecTilar People 4. Tiresome 'Down Our 1. The Milnmrs-the world's grcAtest acrobats. 2. fisby youngest .acrobat on the stage. 3. Joe im- personator. Watch for otir next week's bill at the Eureka Theatre ;