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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, February 16, 1910. f I I We are here to stay and build our'nest Oar plant is up to date; our men wide awake. Prompt attention to all orders, large or small. Qiiick deliveries and courteous 1 Our stock is large, dry and well assorted and our prices are right. Try, and be convinced that the best place to buy lumber is at the THE LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN Page 7 A. H. DIESETH, Local Bai'oness Road Phone 3C2 SUPREME COURT OF [BIG STRIKE MAY CANADA GAVE COME IN NEW YORK Ottawa, Feb. 15. The Supreme Court this morning upheld the ruling the railway commission that the C. P.R. and G. T. R. must build a viaduct ;along the Esplanade Toronto. In the case of Travis vs. Bricken- -ridse appeal allowed with costs. B. C. railway vs. Cromptotf appeal Billowed with costs and the action dis- ?missed with costs. ''King, the appeal Burrard Co. vs the was dismissed with New trades York, Feb. 15. strike 'which A will building call out 'This organization was founded-about seven years ago, Lord Lonsclak taking a very prominent part In its organlia- Uon. The objects of the organisation ure: j To organize local commands all orer the Empire made up of men who have seen actual war service, or have pass- ed their lives under similar conditions, as prevail in war time, in partally set- tled or whoolly wild countries. Such men as prospectors, pioneers, Indian traders, cowboys, stockriders, team- sters, horsebreakers, hunters, trappers, lumbermen, guides, trackers, ranchers, etc. Each applicant for membership signs a declaration stating his qualifications and binds himself in the event of war to act in the capacity he may be re- quired in the country in which he hap- pens to be domiciled. Drills as generally understood, will not exist. Instruction camps, when possible, will be formed at various con- venient points, where exercises in scouting, rifle and revolver shooting, tracking, topography, signalling, pack- ing, first aid to the wounded, despatch riding, etc., will be caried No medical examination is required. Names of candidates are submitted to a local committee for approval before being enrolled. Promotion is elective subject to the approval of the execu- tive committee. The Legion of Frontiersmen numbers about members scat tered in all parts of the Empire. At the preliminary meeting held in .Mr. T. E. Patto-.on's office last Satur THEY ACTUALLY CURE thousands of local workmen, is threat- ened. Forty thousand union men have voted to quit work this afternoon and jday tweDty raen in this District signi fied their desire to-join. Another meeting is called for next Saturday In the same place at 8.30. thousands of others are voting on the question of striking in sympathy with the striking steamfitters. Should the workmen in the building trades go out in sympathy with the steamfitters, the employers say they will declare an "open shop." UNRESERVED i 2> c o 1 o i i AUCTION SALE The undersigned has received instructions from the Messrs. Pilling Bros, to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION AT LETHBRIDGE CITY STOCK YARDS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP AS FOLLOWS 12 lieacl rating from 1300 to 1500 Ibs. 30 head rating-from 1250 to 1300 Ibs. 30 head rating from 1050 to 1100 Ibs. 10 head rating from 1000 Ibs. 50 per cent of above are mares. The mares are supposed to be in foal by "Matchless." This horse will speak for himself on day of sale. He is a draught Percheron weighing 1900 Ibs. and is a sure foal getter, and also a range horse. He is one of the best of the; draught Percherons that ever came into Alberta, for style and action he has it all. This horse will be offered on the same date of sale. This fine stud has been at the head of the "double horse-shoe" brand for the last three years. We guarantee every animal to be as represented at the sale. We wish to extend a hearty welcome to all, and will do our best to make this sale a success and give you your money's worth, as this will be one of the biggest sales ever held in Alberta. cash, unless otherwise arranged previous to sale. MESSRS. PILLING BROS., J. A. SMITH, Proprietors. Auctioneer. (I) 3> i o CJ> i I M to avoid of terrible suffering kidney Kidney Pfllj wiM you in the way they havt cund thousaadi of others, and they curt to itay cured C. 13 Brighton 81., London, Ont., wHfe pleasure that I thank you fw food your Doam'i Kidney Piftt Have been troubled with for fears. Nothing helped uatil a friend brought a box of your Pills. I began to them took four boxes, and am glad to say that I am cured en- tirely and can do all my work and feel M good M I used to before taken sick. I am positive loan's Kidney Pills are all you claim them to be, and I advise all kidney sufferers to them a fair trial." w vrwuia Or" Q lO? 9X.44? at all dealeri or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T, Milbura Co., LimiUd, Toronto, Ont. ordering specify And Need It Quickly Call On The I QUICK PRINT Artlatic and Commercial Printers SHEPARD ELK. PONY EXPRESS Furniture, etc., taken to any part of the city. J. P1GEIXS PIONE IB ,1 Lethbridge. P.O.Box 271 Coal, Ice and DRAYING Wetter a Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phono 1163 We Make Rubber Stamps ON THE PREMISES City Cartage Co. VAN BROS., PROPS. Draying of All Kinds Coal Delivered Promptly Office, Oliver Block Telephone 438 ;