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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LIT m apfcV tl A ilrt Cimt- He El. B. SLOAN of ABOOT.. pjyjft COUIICII, MOTft f Dad hag been wconuff u air all Ho have been making trips and holding galore, but through them all -1 One-day I Ventured to ask Dad how tbe well business was getting along. delichtful "ttsVehoi parly wax held Thursday at ooe ol the aervedly popular" homes in the city. To the re-fret ol Jhe guests, were U> be pcewnt, And the- fathering, Umiliarly. called party" therefore lacked that in definable imparted by the noMer At. the' jsame. time', H proved a great success. Several of the were represented, aud TO HARRIED the '-g secluftive look fate John, we can iocluded yroore tiumj-cne raconteur and aayer of witty The r acting 'boat 'was charm- came over ingly arrayed in a .brow u tweed tra "Whist, Veling rartoouriied -by a white collar aud ".blue tie, The colour i j For Electric Lights IfeKENZIC ROY St, P1MM204 we're doing'but we aru trying.cur boil the Everybody licves Pad and council are doing the beat they can for the of and will wait until spring is sprung to let out the formation. 'Bide a wee1; _, 4" of the tit was symbolic of the M jiero .IS ON THE MARKET All Oidei Strictly Attended to CaahMttttbePaid M Defirwy I'll vent i re 'to ex the opinion that loore than one fireman and cit- izen who saw the "II re cnjriiic Iwcbine crippled on Thursday immediately turned over a grny cc-ll or two about Aid. CuttniutfhRiJi's engine, The 'fire might big affair v ArehWshop V Montreal; Feb. A mixed mar- riage that far in interest any Vhnt in Montreal >iiioe Archbishojp placed the ban on them' took place a few days igo, when' liiw Hefen Baxter, ter of the widely kjiuw 11- the failuic- ol iiic Temple, wah married to Dv. If Baxter had 'been educated at the CaUkolierconvC'ht, and liad alwp.ys p'raciieed her religion, while her mother a convert to the Catholic religion, Tim" hdy has been going rwiih Br. Douglass for. some evenj belwre. new order illinium n .and there would been no force to it except tlio- force of the pumps at thr- station. 'A good chemical would 'have fought the fire until the busted- uxlc "could have been tied 'up with of one of iron and some of Me- of congenul 3 and well blended spirits, was, so choice, in liquid form were quite "uncalled lor." The conversation, though bfiej) ranged over maity fields, Beginning with the health and general well- being of the community, it naturally turned to the proper tillage and ir- rigation of the >oil, to the extensions of railways and canals, and to the yield of the forest, with all that this implies for the housing and general comfort of the people. From this brief anil iiffjwrfect outline, it-will be seen how refreshing the gathering proved to be for the mental :md phy- sical estate of the fortunate It is to be hopcdvthat helpful and uplifting functions of this kind will soon attain the popularity they de- _ issued by the aricli bishop it was fairly tiioy were en- gaged" and intended getting married shortly -Then1, the archbishop, the e appe mother and Keowcn-Hkk's wire Jook at the- free advertisiuj? "these fellows are getting.') And got to the fire to pump >n the" extifiKiM'hinK juice. The .VI- Icnnan hfts iluwly chance to cut loose un two The chemical is-orf'cretl siud will icre as 'soon ais 'the inanufacturers can put it through. A.V Dad' don't' think thfnj is anj IfllHItt WITCT UK m mcrissociniM AISLN UA'i_ Winter Show Feb. 25 and 26 In Oliver's Hall Full partictilars frcin 'JAS. BENTON Sec.-Tieas. 2nd bouse west Adam's .Lumber Yard in Uking-out the "engine at all ex-j et in an emerency. 'The pumps serve. Of Interest to Wowen letttritjE Carpet teatiig Vrin Qaiii Ca, Stove M Ml M II MH ft The Hadley-Roberts Co. Catertrs Fruit, FrcsK Chocolates, lee Cream, Hot Drinks ff Cider 211 cept in an emergency, mo pumps ut the station can pi't on force en- ough to rip the shingles oft an. or- dinary residence Ihc string oi hose is too long, "if it Is a bail fire, or-a hiKiriNiildittfiy or 'if the pumps should break r'uuui, Bad thinks those arc the times that' the stc-uniar should be walked out. that other cities don't trot out ibtfr every time a chimney-catches fire- haven't studied the ways of fire bri- gades enough to know w'se-thcr Bad's idea, is good or not bui'it'is enough to think over 'anyway. "Every fire alarm thivt is rung gives a chance 1'or the citizens to see of the biggcM- pieces' of-''dumb fool- ishness'that has ever hcon porstetent- done council. soon the bell rings-every one looks for tha'city-ten m. -Sometimes it .sklents j units, other times "hear" off anyone jacked for having It out- side. iUit anyhow.' the city, team is a short or Ions time goes J umber ing.- aMa Clydesdale, with the hose wag- gon'to the site of the blazes. -AiP'_wttnted for the engine. But there isn't any. Hy by after a while along- comes a dray -team which walk about with si dray loml-but cannot gallop ubrcar.l with the engine as one is broken or spavined. .And a driver of u coal wagon or dray is not necessarily cap- able of driving an engine and as ly as not does not know ,the best way to go as was seen when ths en- gine, went trail to the r.vcr bottom to get to 1'iche ifiron'f slaughter house- There are oiw luin- HE 15 NOT UNWORTHY If one lias failed-to reach the end he sought. h If out of effort no good is wrought. It is not failure, if the object be The betterment of man; for all that he Has done and suffered is but gain To those who follow" seeking to, at- tain The end he sought. His efforts they Will find are on the way To that accomplishment which For some wise -purpose, could not be --'4. Ihc factor in.J There is a Ql unsuccessful effort; 'tis the seed Whose mission is to lie bsneath The soil the'laurel wreath, And who. Fails''struggling' manfully" to do must be done, in dire distress That-others-may obtain success. J. Lamptoh.i daughter making several visiU to tiie palace urging that M the engagement Kad taken' place before the order had been. published, permission should be, granted to have the marriage cer- emony performed by a piiest. The not see it in that light, and 'especially as the lady is quite tli ought the match could off. When several visits had failed to bring success, Mrs. Baxter, according to report of friends ro'i the family, told x the archbishop that unless per- mission were granted, to have a priest the ceremony would take place in the parlor of'the Baxter house, and woul( bi performed by a Protestant clergy man. Still tlie archbishop held to the stand he had taken, and the cer emony was jK-rformed in the Baxte home on Ste. Flavelle street, b; Rev. -Mr. Reid, of Brockville. Th young now on Hieir hon eyir.oon trip to Californi.i. Young James Baxtei, eldiir brothe of the bride, was also married a few rlrvys ago to Miss Bhurch, a membe of the Jewish church, who Catholic before marriage. The cere mbny was, therefvre, peifrrmr 1 in th Catholic church. Opportunities Neglected arc Lost 16 roomed bouse, centrally located. down secures i same; easy. 5 roomed cottage and 2 lots Bartlett Street, cash. ttt this figure. rKtlffictfek frittjor Kuttf auy littt. A 37-0 F, G. OABBUTT, Principal PROFESSIONAL CA1DS i i i 11111 M 1111 n 111111 i 11111111 n 11111 i 1111 DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur- geou DeotUtu. Office Houra; to 12n.; to 5p.m. Facts teBirttfiaii Sitter CouirtJES, Cat GrtfrUtt Fruit District DR. C. C. CRAOQ i Phyaician aiwl Office over Higinbotham's Phone Office 125. House 94. to 11 o.m., to p.m., 7 to p.m. Five to six crops of alfalfa annually. Climate which has made the state famous. Plenty1 of cheap water for irriga- tion. No cyclones, no blizzards, no droughts. Continuous cropping Richest soil in the state, and home of diversified farming. Oranges ripen from four to six weeks earlier than iu other" parts of the state. Churches, railroads, telegraphs, telephones and good schools. Electric iuterurban cars connecting with the large cities, Irrigation from Feather River, the-third largest stream in the state. Annual rainfall 20 inches. More thau 300 days of sunshine every year. Magnificent scenery, good hunting and fine fishing. A good place to live and a sure place to make money in. Write or call on H. W. FRIFLIKG, teem ftftit IrripW Ci. rf bifvrt For Information and Literature UtiMJt Mri, Agents Wanted DR. O. J. COURT ICC _ of -UniTsr- sity, Chicago, 111. Office Hours-9 to 12; 1 to 5. Whitn.y Block Hadpath'Straat HAMILTON Ii YOU NO EiiginMrt and Surveyors Higiubotham Block, Lethbridge. W.S.GALBRA1TH, M.D.C.M. Phytician, SurfMn Accouchtr Office 914 Redpath St. 'Phone 53 8a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m. L K.C., D.C-U B. Morton B. C. L. CONYBEARE It JONEI Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Uthbridfft, Alta. H-lyr. Dolegatps for tlic coiiu-rence of th Church of Enxlund. invn in fJalgar next1 week are asked to buy 0112 way tJckots ajid procure Convention Cer- tificates from the ticket agent. The certificates presented in Calgary will "govern" the leturn rate. The Hospitality Committee advisa that ali delegates" will in: met at the station anil escorted to their billets. SUGGESTIONS FOR HOUSEWIFE Ola brass may be made to look like new: by pouring strong amonia on it, scrubbing with a brush and then rinsing clear water. ,Tea stains on- linen should be re- moved-as soon as possible by pour- thein boilinR to which a little borax has been added. A .soft' chamois leather soaked in cold water and then wrung dry, is an ideal duster and it can- be on the finest furniture and will leave Columbia Restaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Japanese Goods. Moal Tickets ptr Week Next'door to Coaldale Hotel RAYMOND JOTTINGS .and fiitj-throo conngcnc a bright surface. thnt-might arise-which can i.ictj For lurniture in no oihcr wny thnn by having -1 parts 'oj vinegar, turpentine and city fire team for no other pur ojl in a Appiy wjth a L-thbridgc Markets Xo. 1 Xorthei-n 80 Xo. 2 Northern Ko. 3 Northern Xo. 81 73 :.........59 '13 St 79 71 40 ,4 Northern 5 Northern No. 3 Alberta IJetK ...r. 2 Alberta Jliil 3 Alberta Reil Alberta Red Ko. 5 Alberta Red 1 Whitt! Tn No. 2 White 7a Xo. 3 White 62 Xorl Rejected 53 NTo. 2 Rejected .............1............. 50 'Oats ..7.................. per cwt.......1-20 Barlej' per S2 Flax per Cus. 80 Dressed Turkeys................ 20 Ducks peu-lb: 18 Geese per Ib.......... IS Chickens per 12 i Cattle on. the Steers per Ib.......... 3 mix. equal Cowa per Ib.......... 21 Live per ESTABLISHED 1804 -N Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL >aid-up Capital............................ Kesen-e and Undivided 1 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Sir fl. Montagu Aliau Jonathan President Vice-President C R. Hosraer, Esq., -Tlios. LOUR, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq., Alex. Barnefc, Esq., r F. Orr Lewis, Esq. Hebilen............'..............General Manager The Bank hasv 119-branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. New Ybrkf and 65 Wall SAVINGS ACCOUNTS special atten- tion is paid Jo small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current-rates W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, BarrifcUr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Money to Lend on Town and Farm B. C. MOORE Funtral Director and Embilmor to Presbyterian Church. Office Phone 102. Residence IX. F. B. ROLFSOM ARCHITECT Raom 9 Whitnty Block. LETHBRIDGE McMULLEN, Daily Herald Market Place Whet km uythtaf to sdl w te rttt place H ia tUt cdaM. .H yoa waal aaytkiaf iatertiMS far SI pose. The people, demand this pro-j dannel aiMl rul) afterward with an old tection and don't wnnt to get thjj piecc Jhis ib equal to a coat team only after the city has a heavy loss because it wasn't there. The city publicity committee acting in conjunction with the committee of the Agricultural Society and Board of Trade corral the samples of seed grain that come prcparing from .this portion of. the Vine- j for sandwichcSt yard to the provincial seed fair. The council and-their commit- tees should get it into their noddles jf'it isn't there already that the best to boost this city is to boost TUymond, Feb. and J. 'C.-Coulter of Port Elgin. Ontario are spending a few days with Mrs. tjic counLrj- around here and get it McDufTec. They have been enjoying The best way to (ill up the a the Coast. janrt is lo show the follows who Mr. and Mrs. McBriilc came in from have the money whnt the land is shouUrbe washed in warm water in which a small quantity of tirtaric r.cld is dissolved. This will keep them soft and order. Take care not taitaric "acid "or it will spoil the sponges. bread for toast and where the crust is to removed, try using a pair of sharp scissors. It takes much loss Dressed per Welling yesterday. Mrs. Galbraith of Raymond on .Thursday evening." died FIRE AT ATHENS, ONT. Ont., Feb. last nifht destroyed the Pavvish Wock dwelling of Wm. Parrish. Threr fanv ilies homeless. Thr. loss is covered by insurance. good for. Show them the gixxlit they will.come through with the ncy hut they want tc be shown. A hundred bncks or so invested in sam- ples of seed gruin "from the vicinity ft rrU'-'-lot of -to send to and makes a- much neater job. Keep a pair of in your kitch- en especially, for this purpose. It n often difficult to keep plants iif' the windovrs w.itcrcd properly without making white iipots on the Window sill. If "one wjll keep the pots standing in small saucers andj water them with a long necked bot- Live per cwt. Dressed .........-......per cwt. Butter: Dairy'.................. ior_lh. 27 80 Eggs por 30 to -10 Potatoes............... So -Turnips p-'r Ih.......... i; Onions.................. Parsnips ;...........T.. per li Carrots per i Upland ...............per ton Blue Joint Clear Havana Cigars Our Brands Pride, Lcthbridge HiTani Smoker, Pride. Special made T. W. HANRAHAN '32.0 Strictly Union In the Basement But still OB tle, the will be obviated. A bottle of takes up less room than the little watering -pots with the, long 'ihere is no, more satisfactory way children but would pewter thaw with fine dry MljfclMftbi Sit M tataita Purnitore LmoleiHM Carpet Sqaaret Pictnrca Sewing We will Und thwe in jow borne in the district Mid Mve yon oftr Any other by telling thai ire are aWe to do mtigin of profit. v It's on a Turpin Furnitiirc Co. for exhibit whjtjng with ?ptr- ,Vpn Pair at itg o( turpolUino., Getting every dis- colored iKirt bright is only a ques- tion of timo. aw! Asses- sors of old pewter may be reminded that their treasures will be most ad mired not too bright. They should neither look like silver nor as If they were from the factory. Cream is generally regarded rather a luxury in The fol-, however, an excellent and cheap substitute. Take a clean enamel saucepan, rinse it in cold wa- ter to prevent the milk from burning, then in one pint "of milk, and place it vpon .the stove. Heat gent- ly until ihe point of boilinf; meanwhik, well beat an efg, draw the pan off the fire and stir the efg in featly. Beat carefully far a few mitttrtes, into a 'fa and hare witil eoW, Three Chair Barber Shop Electrical Massngc. Newest' Things Private PostCiuxls Cigars and Tobaccoa I MorL. Priest, tamtHHr UttMRMd LOST I 6 years old with four white feet, branded on thigh IB, also two hrown horses 10 years old, branded on- shoulders horizontal over L. reward will be given on return to Quong Sang next door to post office. Bing Wo. 5C-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, good, location. Small payment down, bal- ance easy. A ply Gco. Peacock, Leth- brtdgc. 56-0 Photos SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at; an annual rental of Jl an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be describee', by or, le- gal sections, and in unsurveyc'd territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom panied fee of which will be: refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty .shall be paid on the mer- j chantable output of the mine at the rale of "five" cents, per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights i which arc riot being operated shkii furnish the-district Agent of Domin- Lands with a sworn statement to effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the eoal rights only, but the lesce may LOST A BLACK COCKER SPANIEL PUP from Bompas St. E. Finder rewarded by returning to McKenzie Roy. 56-i WANTED A GIRL TO ASSIST in boarding house. Apply Mrs. E. Oxland, 410- Bompas St. WANTED TO BUY A number of chickens, layers terred. Apply to W. L. Wilaon, cor- ner Glyn and Ford Sta. 526 WANTED YOUNG MAN wants work at paintr ingt glaring or odd jobs of repairing. F. L. Kinnear, Box 636, or 114 Smith st. M-i ROOM AND BOARD Respectable only. Terms: a month for board and room. K. Oxland, 410 Bompas St. 944 WANTED GOOD GENERAL SERVANT ed. Apply to Mrs. E. R. don Road, near Crabb St. Lon- ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY .tvaufftie sunace may con-, sidered necessary for the working of j ttie miric. at.the rate of ?10 an acre. For full iiiformation application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- i or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. i W.W.CORY, .Deputy Minister of the Interior. TfVPFNT A large furnished room in a fully modem house. Apply A. F. A. R. A L ticket office or comer BarV lett and Courtland Sta. advertisement will not paid for. TENDERS WANTED TENDERS arc invited for ij( nnd paintinj HANDFORD Mrs. North, 70 years old, who lived alone, was found at her home at Or- Ont.( frown stiff. the front Lcthbridgc Temple. should, bo marked pnpcr- linif of TENDERS WANTED SEALED BULK TENDERS will ba received by'the cnderaigned until o'clock p. m., Ffb. 18th, for the work in the erection of an additkma! storer to the Coaldale Hotel at this place. i Separate Tenders for the heat5 of wili be received at inc The lowest or any .Jcixlrr not ae- cessarily sceeptcd. Plans and specifications -view at Ihc offices of the architect, roomt dera" and addressed Box 106, and 21 Southard Bvitdiaf. bridge P.O. and should be in not fa ter j than Wednesday, Feb. 19. 561 JAMES A MACDOMiLD, ;