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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlii Letiibridge Dally Herald, Wednesday; February 10, 1010. Nature's Sweet Restorer 6 A Abounding in stimulating goodness, a most health- ful and pleasing beverage. Its sustaining and invigorating qualities are beyond dispute. -----Black, Mixed uad Natural -iOc, 50c, 60c and 70c per Ib. ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY Have been the Leading Lignt of Canada. Progressive activity and the best materials have-evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Wiry use an inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making Eddy Matches at Hull ever since Eighteen 'Hundred and Fifty-One AT THE THEATRES T THE MAJESTIC LAST NIGHT "The Professor's Love Story" at the Vujestle last night was about as pleas- ng a play as the Summer's Stock Company have produced here The Ights and shades of the higher class of melodrama with a good vein of com- sdy were apparent and proved 1m- nensely pleasing to the fair-sized au-; dlence in attendance. Bell Stevenson, anfl Mr. W. F. Blake appeared to good advantage In their respective roles, and the support given was all that could be desired. Tonight a very strong bill will be presented by the Summers Sompany, "Leah Kleschna." It has had a'great run in the big cities and ought to draw a big crowd here. Everyone Thought WOM Going Into Consumption. te BordMk Biip. KiMrten, VMM: "I WM completely noa 4owa, Uoo4 of I used to rto I woulci be compelled to iUy M far wnlri i'time. I could Mt oft, WM' pak and thin; tiwufkt I WM fwofi iate 1 tried aad difienat mM to UM Burdock Bktod KUw. I did not haw oo. bottb nf ftppetiU begao to improve. 1 tut bottler I nined ten Wbaft 1 began fce il It WILL.rBviLQ METHODIST' COLLEGE AT REGINA C6st Estimated 'at Quarter of a lion Dollars Mil-. taro jurt Mamrf to me from the M MW to be etronf AT THE EUREKA PERFECTION OP' is the most you can buy. will make a cup economical that Halfateaspoonful of cocoa rich, with the delicious fragrant, nutritious flavor that is characteristic of Cowan's. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. The bill at the Eureka this week consists of two good vaudeville acts and a number of extra good picture series. The (pictures In- clude one interesting jsketch, the title of which is "The' Manufacture of Tambourines" also a good comic series entitled "Advantages of Avi- also a number of other good j ones, shrunk comedian, is a oke cracker, singer, etc. of> more han average ability, particularly, in his singing. He succeeds in amus- ng the audience all the time during his act. v The .big hit on the bill is -the team 'Dolliver and two dainty bewitching .little inaids in most elab orate and beautiful costumes, "Who sing so well and dance so graceful ly that they take the house by storm Their act is similar to of th TW Uood MiciMrwvery portkm of tW tody distribute nutriment aad mnovt ubd wute Cleariy aay influence, food or bad, affecting blood, nurt Mcesurily affect tin en- tin tyttMB for good or M MM MAY (Wt Uood keep it port by moyinf vwj of impure morbid matter from by Burdock Blood Bitten.. It exerU a curativt io- unapproached by any wcnedy. For gale by dealera. Manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Regina, Feb. of Saskatchewan are establishing a col- lege at Regina and will proceed this year with a building to cost a quarter of a million dollaa-s. Half- that sum was subscribed by. the people of Re- glna and three subscriptions total Conference and outside towns provide the other half. The city council is being approached with a request for a site or its equivalent. It i proposed to fashion the .college, after the style of Albert College, Belleville, and to teach -everything from Business commercial course to t-eology. Affiliation with the Uni- versity of Saskatchewan for degree powers will be secured.. The college is to toe residential and' to accommodate both sexes. Gladstone Sisters leaving out of the acrobatic features. rather more graceful in are Fireworks Did Not Take Place (Continued from front page.) arriving PAT STOCK SHOW CATALOGUE READY The .catalogue of the auction sale on application. It contains the pedi- grees of 121 bulls representing the fol- lowing breeds: Shorthorns, Here- fords, Aberdeen-Angus, Galloways and of buls to be held by the j Ayrshires. This sale is held in con- Alberta Cattle Breeders' Association at junction with the Provincial Horse Calgary on April 5th and 6th can now Show and Fat Stock Show, April 5th be had from the secretary at Calgary to Sth. som The thei dancing, and their singing is perhap better. They make a big hit receiv- ing all kinds of applause. They ap- pear in a change of costume every night, and will no doubt continue to captivate their audiences all the week. TiTe Eureka orchestra has been added to by a new cornetist, and now numbers four pieces, furnishing excellent music. Manager Morris is giving away a diamond ring again this week on Fri- day night. about ten minutes late, found themselves meeting the members leav- ing ....e chambers. In reply to Mr. Boyle's questions regarding the ta and Great Waterways government laid on the table sayjng they were unaware of the subscribed capital of the company but that they knew had 'been paid up and had been deposited in the .Merchants Bank. They knew of this amount at the time the 'bonds were guaranteed and it was then in the above bank. Tne directors of the any as set forth by go- verment answers are, "W. R. Clark, President, Wm.- Plain, and G. D. Minty, both of They also informed Mr. Boyle that R. W. Jones, C. E., -who had performed work-for ;the: government on various occasions was appointed engineer to look after the government's interests under .the .act passed last year. He was appointed on Feb. 4th this year. In to questions re the price paid TRINIDAD HOSTILE TO'RECIPROCITY Improved Steamship Service Advocat- ed for Securing Better Trade f Kingston, Jamaica, Feb. ing reciprocal trade relations between Canada and Barbados, the agricultural reporter says' an improved steamship communication is the only thing -at- forded any good ground for Chronicle comment- j ing on the proclamation of the United States conceding to Great Britain the advantage of minimum tariff, says commercial hostilities would-be more j harmful to the United States trade j thq.a to the trade of the Dominion, and agreement between the West Indies and the Dominion could not be provocative of reprisals at .Washington. The Chronicle, however, in another article says that when the details are i considered the difficulties in the way oi a scheme of preference between'the comp-1 two groups Of colonies are too form' i idable for a solution to. .be reached, j Trinidad cocoa planters are opposed to Canadian reciprocity because the lydmiaion can consume only a small fraction of the cocoa produced in the West Indies. Other Interests in Trini- dad are equally, hostile to the idea of t1' We in Anoth- er Cold Snap You can buy every variety bf Felt Shoes, Overshoes and Rubbers at reduced prices at C. S. Noble, of Claresholm, is in the city on his way back from an ex- tended trip to the States. CANON NEWTON DIES Hidli C of Li ivmg Will be greatly reduced if you use good judgment and buy your groceries and provisions from us. Our hundreds of patrons can vouch for this statement With our New Delicatessen Department and the extra addition to our Grocery Department fitted up in the most modern style that a grocery can fce fitted up we will be able to say Thousands of Patrons instead of Hundreds very shortly. .Today we received another consignment of Fixtures and next week we expect to receive the balance. Watch for our'announcement when completed. Below we quote you some every day prices CANNED GOODS Tomatoes, Aylmer Brand, 2 tins for 25c Per case of 2 dozen tins J2.85. Corn and Beans, Red Feather Brand, ea. ..10c Per case of 2 dozen tins 12.35. Peas, Early June, Red Feather Brand, 2 tins ..25c Per case of 2 dozen tins Canned Peaches, Strawberries, Raspberries and per tin 20c Lombard Plums, per tin 15c Blueberries, Aylmer Brand, 2 f ov 25c Salmon, Red Feather Brand., per tin .'.20e. .Salmon, Victoria Cross Brand, a first class red sgckeye, t tins for .35c Salmon, The Daisy or Sunset Brands, extra qual- ity; for money, 2 tins for 25c .-4, JELLIES SYRUPS E. D. Smith's im 5 Ib. pails, nil flavors, per pall 75c WageUffe's all flavors in 5 Ib'. pails, per pail .Me Kpotenay Brand In 5 Ib. paUs, consisting of Straw- .berrr wd Raspberr Jam and Red Currant Jelly. Per :pail iOc 'Kdwardsbufg Syrup in 10 Ib. 'palls, per pail PROVISIONS or Griffin's Brands, price per Jl Ib. ..22c BaCTBr Matthew's or Griffin's Brands, price per IbL 25e Lard; IB 3 Ib. pails, per pall 65c Lard, Ib. pails, per pail 11.00 Ham, extra choice, per Ib 3Ic New- Eggs, per dozen 45c Col4 Storage Eggs, per dozen 35c Creamery Butter, per Ib 35c Good Dairy Butter, per 11) 30c Ontario Cheese, the very Finest quality, per Ib. 20c Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per-lb. 35c Swiss Cheese, per Ib 35c Imported Burger, per Ib S5c Roquefort, per Ib. 55c J'aya Sfocha at 3 Ibs. lor Ceylon Tea in bulk, extra quality at.3 for Prunes, fresh, a new stock just received..' Price. 3 Ibs. ..Cooking Figs, Imported stock, 3 ibs. HalloweeDates, 2'Ibs. Table Figs, good stock, 2 Ibs. for ..25c' Onions, B. Yellow Danvers, extra large 6 Ibs. for' B. C.'s- Yellow Danvers, small size, but '_" .every onion sound, 8 Ibs." for Onions, Spanish, fine 4 Ibs.-for Potatoes, B. liQp lbs..for -V.25c Cabbage, sound heads, 7 Ibs. for -25c. Japan Ibs. Tapioca, 4 Sago, 4 Ibs. for California CloVer Honey in the 25c Ontario Clover :Honer, tins. Per tin .V.-; :V-..'.'... 10 Ib. tins, per tin Sunklst Oranges, per. dozen Sunkist Lemons, per dozen Ontario Apples, Good 6 Ibs; for ...___25c B. C. Sple are this extra fine lot of Sple apples that we have been talking so much about and they 'are just as good as we say they are. Price, per box-----v.......12.75 state that we are quoting only a few' of our prices here. Our stock Is complete, of the very best quality Jn all lines and you can hardly" name a thing but what we have in stock. We invite you to call and inspect our store whether you buy or not. That will be left to you after you see our stock. We believe you will say it is the finest store of its kind you havee seen in the West That is what they an say, and the goods in it are just as good. for bonds and'Who the purchasers tne answers were that they were pur- chased by the J. P. Morgan Co. ;at par, Canadian terms, and the money was deposited as follows with inter- est at the rate of per cent., Royal Bank of Canada, 000; Union 'Bank of'-Canada, Edmon- Dominion Bank, 00; which including annual interest o date makes a total of The was the, total amount ealized on. the sale of the bonds.; Bennett's questions regarding what ;uarantees of bonds had been made by the province since the last meeting of the legislature were also answered. The G. T. P." Branch Lines-Company have bonds guaranteed for 193 miles at per mile. They have alrea- dy graded 50 miles and have steel 25 miles. -The C. N. R.'with guaranteed bonds for 280 miles at mile have 137 miles gra'ded with steel laid, miles. The Alberta and Great Wa- terways railways have bonds guaran- teed for 350 miles at a mile and have miles graded. The bonds for the G. T. P. and C.xlST. R. bear in terest at 4 -per cent and those for the Alberta and Great Waterways Ry. a 5 per cent. The amount in the aggre- gate is 13.549..000 QUO for terminals for, the Alberta, -am Great Waterways-Company. One of the First Missionaries on Sas- katchewan Prairies Victoria, B. C., Feb. Canon Newton, one of the earliest mis sionaries on the died at Cx'i- boro Bay, near this city last week. He was one of the first -missionaries who answered the call oC the 'Bishop of Saskatchewan in 1S74 to serve in the district, and wrote "Twenty Years in Saskatchewan." In 1900 he came here to live. In- erment will bo here. CHANGES IN- C; P. R. STEAMSHIP SERVICE Montreal, Feb. chan- ges 'in the C. P. R. steamship serv- ce were announced today. Mr. Mc- Callum is promoted from the Winni- peg office to- succeed Mr. Benjamin, who has been transferred to Mont- rea1. as general tourist agent. In view of the growing importance of the Canadian west, the veteran general agent, J. Sharp, of Toronto, has been promoted to the Winnipeg he will have charge of the western territory 'from Port Arthur to the Par cl.fic'tcoast. Mr, .Suckling, general .Agent at Montreal, succeeds Mr. o.iarp as general: agent-.lor Western Ontario at Toronto'. Wm." Webber appointed passenger agent" at real succeeding Mr. Suckling. MORE COMINJG Spokane Men Arrive in; City This V and.. -of Lonnqulst. Sharp Co: Irvine Co.J Spokaae, this morning and and atered -at the Hotel: doing ail we can in our-part country and we expect to a f ally .equipp- ed office here to handle, various Alber- ta investments which "we-expect to in- terest ourselves JsaW' Mr. Sharp, senior member of. the .Anafj when by a Herald reporter todky. GERMAN LUOYD STEAMER IS AGROUND. York, Feb. setamer Main, of the North German Lloyd New York for Baltimore, reported by wireless to-day that she had run aground on the west bank of 'the Ambrose Channel on -her way out of the harbor. The Main car- ried forty cabin and 660 steerage pas- sengers for Baltimore. The Main arrived yesterday from Bremen, and cleared again for Bal- timore. She was observed from San dy Hook at daylight still aground just below the Romer Shoal. Her cap- tain reported that he expected her to float ai high water. OF DESART AS THIRD ARBITRATOR v London, Feb. is understood that the United States and the Ven 'ezulean governments have agreed up- on who represent ed Great Britain in the international North Sea inquiry at Paris, in 19Qi to be the third arbitrator in their dis putes submitted to the Hague. Geonselo D'Quesada, who by the United States io represent "t in the arWtratlon of Orinoco SteamsWp Company's claim against Venezuela, and Wm. C Dannis, assistant solicitor of the state department, are aboard the Kai ser Wilhehn der Grosse, hope to land in time to reach the Hague to-mor- row their arrival Sen or De Qaejpift.and Mons. Aguste M. F. Belgian Minister of State, reptMtating Venezuela, will meet and formally decide upon the third member of the board of arbi- tration. oca nnouncing a Very Compre- hensive Showing of Arrivals-of Old Fasliibned 'Linens, the Kind Our Grandmothers Used It is well- known by all housekeepers whose experience extends back of the present day will not bear comparison in appearance or wearing qualities with the linens of former times. The modern system of chemical bleaching, though much cheap- er and more expeditious, weakens the fibre and ruins the wearing quality of linen, and at the same time robs it of its beautiful lustre which is natural to flax when properly treated. Anyone who possesses an heirloom in the shape of linen which was hand made and grass bleached in the days of our grandmothers, knows the soft and silky appearance and feel of what linen used to be and ought to be still. ___WEBB'S IRISH LINENS are a revival of the old-fashioned home-bleached linens referred to above. They are both woven and bleached at the same establishment, and under Mr. Webb's individ- ual care throughout every process. The new arrivals are representative of a-very extensive choice in variety of designs, respective qualities and prices. It's a showing that will appeal very favorably to women who can recall.the sterling qualities of the linens as they used tojbe. To women "who have never seen linens of this nature the display 'now presented will meet with most enthusiastic favor, and we invite your.'inspection at an early hour, while stocks are and fresh in their silvery .whiteness. Damask Table Fancy and Plain Damask'- and Plain Huck in. Towel- Soft Finished Household Lmens (for- Fnder- I Cases, Etc.) Sold Exclusively by Hudson's Bay Company- this Space next STEAMER FAST IN ICE New York, Feb. steamer of Fall River, from New Haven for New York, with a large number of passengers and a large quantity of freight aboard, is fast in the ice off Hell Gate, following-a collision i between the steamer and two barges near that poral to-day. accident tore away the paddiebox of tne steamer, rendering he" helpless, afro causing her to drift into an ice floe. Nobody oct board was injured. THE GOOD CO. Phone 525 High Class Grocers Prompt Delivery J. K. CORNWALL IS BACK FROM EUROPE Edmonton. Feb. K. Corn- wall, M. L. A., has returned from Europe where he studied river navi- gation on behalf of the Northern Navigation Co., operating both in the McKenzie river and tributaries. He will introduce the wireless telegraph in the Peace river country. Sauce that the whole world hungry HE tidbit touch to any treat; A royal relish for your meat TT 11 Worcesteilyhire nolbrooKs oaucc Made and bottled in England, ;