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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta February 14-, 1011. TITF, tOTtTBIjTnfiE 'DAILY .HERALD DAY Patterns, s Gauntlet Men CarKart't, H.B.K. makes. G! oves Sargent, .Acme, IS NOW THE PRICE. OF OVER fifty odd FIT-REFORM and PROGRESS make Regular All sizes. .Regular DISTRICT NEWS MANY BERRIES NEWS. While coming home from a dance given by Mns. Geo. Kaskie, of Oak- hurst, C. Horn's horses fell and they bad to stop and rest them, and the young ladies, Mri. C. Horn, Mlis Hazle Horn, Miss Myrtle were i nearly frozen before they reached the Pioneer general store In safety. Dan- ces are few, bur. quite a large crowd attends, P. J. Manning, homesteader, arrived from Medicine Hat to make prepara- tions, to move, out to stay. He says jhe will not move his wife and family jout uutU he has got bis log house com- pleted, then he will put his 30-acrc icrop In, 1 Wind is plentiful, also anov.1 and (Jack Frost visits us very often. Vic G. Marchesseault will -be assiit- ant in the post office here. He 'to be very-lucky in his undertakings, i The first mail went out on Wednes- jday, February 1st, 1911. OF CANADA Pnliit Tttal Audi Finds for Yw no matter of the world you visit-c- can be conveniently' secured, whenever and wherever you want them, if you carry a Travelling Letter of Credit from this Bank. Absolutely safe, as rib one else "can realize on it, and ac introduction to the best-Banks and Bankers everywhere. Our Local Manager will be glad to tell you all about tbem, Main Office cor. Round fitdpath Sti.G. R. TINNING, Manafjtr. Stirling H. Roach, Acti.ns Manager, Graisy. W. Luckhardt, Manager. Carliartt Overalls H.B.K. big Shirts Prices 90c. to Stanfield's Red Label, regular to clear 95c Special line of '..Cashmere half Hose. Good value at 40c, specia 1 25c Men's Caps regular and quality, Special quality Special 75c All Overcoats at cost Men's Hats In Christies and Stetson makes, prices to The Geo. A. Slater Invic- tus-Shoes for Men Prices to Marsh Merit fine Shoes Special to Neckwear v Special THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE All the .farmers.'are extremely glad to see. it announced that a Tiost office has been granted, and they ought to appreciate A. R. Marchesseaut for the hard fight he up to get It. Many Berries has good coal. Snow is very deep here, there being about two feet on the level. We are' having a hard winter, but we it won't last long, as some of the home- steaders are in a-poor fix for hay for their horses. There is one good thing, we have plenty of., coal. A. R. Marchesseault and Mattf Mick- ellson arrived home from Medicine Hat, where they spent a week ou -busi- ness. The A. R. Marchesseault freighters are expected to rfcturn from Medicine Hat tonight, with three sleighs of mer- chandise for the Pioneer general store, j J. H.'. Nielson is with them. i Ceo. Betts narrow escape from being badly hurt the other nighu was standing behind one of the horses when it kicked, striking him behind the knees, knocking him down, but not hurting him badly. Mrs. E. T. Bowcptt is expected to ar- rive from Medicine Hat some day this week. Another new settler jUEt arrived a SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, ALEXANDER LAIRD, GfiNCRAL MANAGER CAPITAL- REST, 'THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT, Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of and upwards, on which interest at current rates. ir no delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small- deposits are welcomed. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more pertcns, to bit operated by any one'of the number or by the A joint account of this kind saves expense in establishing- the ownership of the. money after death, and is especially useful when a man to provide .for his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death. Lethbridge Branch .C. G. L regular 35c Ties: SforSOc Don't forget our Tailoring Department. New spring samples to hand. Tailor-made suits, prices to uire vie THE LEADING CLOTHIERS NEW6 FROM TWP. 2 R.. 15 ;_ Quite a number from this'township were in Lethbridge. this week on ness. i _ J. Jochem returned from on Monday, having been delayed .by drifted snow. R. Snapp, of Kansas, is living on hit] homestead on the s.w quarter of ,Sec; Rev. C. Clemens was unable to fill -few days ago. and will start to build a j his appointment here on.Sunday on ac- house on his homestead. j count of'grippe. We, the people of Many Berries; .Mr. "Geo. Barrows and John Lewis think that" we will get about 40 hafi a V8iuable horse die recently. els of wheat to the acre this year. We hope so, anyway. Wm. Wilson is busy fixing ur> the .Berries post office. GARAGED 315, Smith Street AGENCY Ford Motor Phone 467 R.'J Many Berries' STIRLING HAPPENINGS Stirling is .enjoyinr splendid weath- ......._________..... ____ .....__ ?r at present. The chinook wind cpn- pcst master, will leave for Medicines tinues to blow, and if it doesn't soon Hat on Monday, also Taber and Leth. i stop sleighing will be a thing of-the bridge, before returning. m these pnrts Mr..' White, of the R. N. force was at the Pioneer general store Almost all Stlrlinsites suffering from severe colds or la grippe. Owing on Tuesday, and was busy up1 heino:; Consul os tlif Wt-o'Imcn oi America. The Thirteen f'l'ib made a preseiita- lo McHcrmott al. their last, was a visitor in city _______________________________________ Jon Friday. 1 Grant Hunnan was a visitor ir. teen Chili on Thursday night'at her Richardson's birthday. The .Simc ardson drove over to the home ot the city last week, hoini', a very enjoyable evening was very pleasantly passed in play- E. .0. S'.ralhaway last Saturday and! Herbert Fuller's horse was badly cut ing progressive whist, the honors be- visited over Sundayy returning running into a barbed wire Tence. ing won by Mr. Richardson on Monday. a most thc'niiunonel CoUieries, has resigned H. C. McDaniels, and Mrs. Thomas .pleasant as Mr. Stathaway's j Alberta TEVIOTHY V BLUE JOINT HAY All kinds of Feed, always on hand at Warehouse (rear of Dallas Hotel. P H O N E 8 OX; 1828 R. Stuckey Son v to The Co. Wholesale A. Retail HAY AND GRAIN DEALERS here some time ago is in foil awing, many o.f the married men as well ,as the single are attending, anil it promis- Lethbridge on Friday he 'will spend Saturday and Sunday. J Cartwright's brother has.been a. es to be a great benefit to all. with cards and dancing. Marshall, master mechanic of Mrs. Bruchet nnd daughter, Miss were out visiting friends on position and is leaving; City on Wednesday. Mrs. Kenrl. of Cardston, and Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, oi River, arc visilir.g Mr. and Mrs. Diamond Mancy secured the Fritz returned home I are old friends and last icom Bowhells, N. D. acquaintances Wednesday. Mrs. James Wat'tson will be leaving The pool hall changed hands rcccnt- WHITLA NEWS am n.sain enjoying spring-like tend the Adams-Sturm wedding. xvrathcr, the chiuooks art Miss Carson entertained at cards anil tiie snow is not on Friday evening the 3rd inst. week from Lethbridge, where he has been working the past six weeXs. i ly, Adams-retiring and E. P. The. Misses Lillian and Agatha Helgerson taking the management, Sturm and M.iss Amanda Thronblari j A. E. Shaw was in town the other came down to at-i day transacting business. A very enjoyable time was had by j all the dance on Friday even- visitor at "the Stirling schoof for past lew days. Elmer Spackman returned night from Mammoth to spend Satur- St. Valentine's Day will be celebrat- ed here by a children's dance in the afternoon given by the primary; and m for the Old Country in a few "fan "aoron and bow" party In the clsiiion in which lie Tlcv. A. II. 1'iirk to-. ii'-r Out., he bytcrian inst. SI while here, with rather chilly and tiie snow is leaving us very fast. 11. C. auditor tor Lumber Co.. Ltd., was in a very interesting lecture in the Pres j pvinrhim a set ol imiiTfm Hc bylcdan church at. Whitla nn fhi. 8th t a, a slicnt apprc- ffi: ftlso organi2ed ncld DV rncn'is in their oflirc at done the skilful mechanic, August Suohofski the1 desk is certain- ly a fir.i- one. S. Linehr.rl lias rclurned from Mrs. Hyslop, the W.C.T.U. Icctur-jl the'cr for the Dominion ot Canada, gave ''res' 8th a .Union a membership oi FRANCE IS VERY APPREHENSIVE Paris, Feb. French govern r e Remember the basket social, which gocifttv of the Re. is to bc held at the Kinp school house j on the 17th. Ladies, all l.-ring baskets.J The Kinp school re-onens on Mon-! day. So parents, kindly send the child- ren. Quite a number of friends gathered to- gether, and went and gavo Mr. and Muniock McKenzie a surprise party on Friday last. Mrs. .Tames Wattson has been very ill for the last week. fi th> tt, Re1ief conference A. S. Cartwright left for his home in day and Sunday. Archbisnop Gautbier will Kingston-for his new home in Ottawa on February 15. -The congregation win present him with in" gold. is church thirteen. iment Is much interested in the plan Rolling Green" .Feb. E. H. Beguin, formerly of Bow j [Qr rccirirocjtv trade reialions jare all ont again happy, Island, now of Whitla, expects lo between the two great govern-! ing supplies to do them soon start on the road as salesman !raents Of great govern North -America, while work. ROLLING GREEN NEWS as usual, haul- through spring social in a I heir r-rin'.isly his in- I I 4 IIJ C I i ISro'.vnlcc, an absence of for the Massey Harris Machinery Co. j French exporters are plainly appre- jures dii Or. HI-C! i II. C. in -to.lay visit. Lcr aliiv.n three v.-ce'xs. -Kike purchased Valrd hay, and is sViippiiic samp, to Xi-is i.ilya. Oh and flen- Sv.T.rti rrtiirr.ed the rr wooris H. C. They have horses tlir. past two weeks, which antl Cam.Irs by the Staples Lum- will mean a his loss at this time of mately of {bc year, now that it is ntaring with tV.e ma.'.c a trip spring. I-, 'T.-! ci-ie Hnl ?as: v.rek. i Our havc been receiving Tlip Ti-jrttia am? Mabel Rich- some of l-heir. spring goods the past ir.vito'i a few t'rirr.ds last week. T'.iwrscay evening in honor of Mrs. Frank MoMullen. 'representing the i Empress Grocery Co., of Vancouver, B. C., and Calgary, AUa., was dp- the town last Friday evening. II. F. Knsign and wife were seen It was reported that a large family ct. IT. I Erne is one of those fellows from The first foreign arrange- of small children outside this dis North Dakota who knows how to'ment mildc by France under her new were not over-sunplied with clot hustle. iscientific tariff was with Cana-M. and anrl it wap found the mother had Sherman ShuKz has the mis- there is a feelinr that the nMe fortune to two of his valuable- comrr.rroii-.i oi the UnUed FIRST PRIZE have the erer, French trade )e FT the proposed ag the Wn'er in Taber. were out is tending to detach over their farms and stock, and we Ore a? Britain, and draw are sorry to hear Mr. Wright lost one her into political nearness to the Un-.of his host work horses. Jted States through the great material! Mrs, Seager. Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. advantage to both nations. The Winkler went to Lethbridge last Thurs [er thinks the relations of the other .day TO visit the dentist, also some jereat colonies to the British Empire.friends. ,may also affected by the action of. town the other day in their jcari.'jda aTjd the results of the new rol-: j jumper sled. He says they are the Mr. A. Hemrel is making res? at his new says is rnlns to it finished before spring PP llic best known Ic mocc Though most elective, 25c. a box at all drusgjils Drug Clicm-cnl Co. of j clear ri5 for Alberta. A- Keener 'also has one and ssys beat aj y.'ILL REMAIN AS PREMIER buggy a'.I hollow in hieing away to' Montreal. Feb. Followinr a south these moonlight evenings, tlengthy interview he haa with Hon. The Ladies' Aid will meet Tith Mrs. Pr'ry at her home on February 15. On acconnr of hart roads and stormy Mrs Grorgf! F.nsipr, has hart a sfrMMr; Fieldinp. it is learned shat lion, we srbool Via? "Insert for P. f wtrli hrr thumb canse-d from JCFO. Murray has decided 10 Miss CooU i? c-cnrtJnar her a nistv i-crrflc wh'di was Mkpn from jliis to retire from the premier vsration with her in T.rfh- Ithc mrm'tpr hut it is about well of No-o Scotia., Jt.Is sraiecl JJjg "vritin he will 5n the arena and may ap-1 n soM r> valuable team of 1 Misses Hyrdc and Mabel Rich to thc'veople early in May. horses to Edd Wright This beautiful, fully equipped, five passenger auto, witli electric ligkts TO BE GIVEN AWAY Also from S300 to in other prizes, for the selling of a small medallion frame. An equal chance for all. AU contestants will be paid for their work by a guaranteed commission. Special prizes for children 15 years or under. Open for entries until Feb. loth. Write for further particular! and full specifications of the auto and selling article. j. G. Maxwell P. O. BOX 2091 trr KB RIDGE, ;