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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE 3U5 TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Bctt (1.2? a Day Hclc! in Albertl LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dulhis Hotel Ij the and Moll icnt INTERESTED IN CONTRACT, SIR STUART SAMUEL MULCTED'.L, Ve'J '.S >uasl .cw-.v tajl? HdKi.J'l. uJu'Jl ;'v In ti- In It Uhi'.t I'tii'fl. I; ..rilrr tlrf ImJ a i-onuiirt vilii Hiiti.-S a f-rnci.t Tic aioiify U- i.t tlif HO'J.-.r o! ttilliai.1 Hird 'This to mwn-sl- j siviart ftKK'Irl tr.dfr law IT rfai in" parluianit, j Ii. daliii cit-Ulf trum The suits wore lU iu'kc's division. Some of (lie iiuesi that .the Stale of'Washington produced lust were lite Spokjun-ValU'v amlthe most of them were shipped easl.lo New York, Cliinijro, I'liilndelphia and to Kngliuid, hut ma all of them, for we received one carlund uf the same kind. THESE APPLES ARE ON SALE THIS STORE: PRICE PER CASE...' 'ALSO ANOTHEfl BRAND OF EXTRA FINE APPLES. ALL MO. I's: Suiikisi. ilie juiciest. sweetest ami liesl of all round Xnvnl Oranges .rrawu in Ciilifontiii. An extra large shipment just received. Special saU- on tlie ease Mianedosa, clear '1 S Port Arthur, dear 14 2 Kamlooys, clear I') Grand Forks -S Peiiticton......... 35 -S The weather in Manitoba has been lair aud cold; it has.been milder la Saskatchewan. very mild CURtS COUCKS 4.COLDS TV" -Be Prepared! Boy Scouts 3-in-Oire B ijis reliable Boy put a-boUlein your Hi! There arc scores pf ou'fl need it .lake." t u r ruvitiLiULt ui rrs ai Nelson, and B. l'. Kcdera- I weather lias prevailed throughout Al tion'uf Labor-al Westminster beria. were read by the delegates Forecast ,To the same. j Maaitoba j TEiis aiternoon v.Hl be taken np ihs .various and a .j meet ing n; UIP exrcutive at the "Dal- [las boteJ. mcl much mililer wday and on Tues- and mild. op. IjJbfKales, deans, polshei, "fiijku ia peifed Oil yaena lid keep. pUsHs TWO ROUTES MAPPED-OUT iAL'. L FARM-' ERS--TAKINO QUESTION UP CITY AND DISTRICT Socialist Organizer Alf." Budden, organizer for-tbe So- Malist parly of Canada, is registered the LcUibrtdge-lrom' Calgary. BjHding Permit Utink.rlias [taken, out: a permit I to build a house on Sec- ond avenue H Xortli: cih zsoiU pstedly lolls fj looji, s t Carruangay, Feb. farmers near Barons seciiteJ rural frce.ntail ileli'very out of thai to'trn, vvhiih put into opera- tion early in the is unfler- stoDU.iliat faiineis aiound Car- Tnangay are taiing the matter up ami Uast they will be suc- cessful, l.orjk -.vEiai rural mail-routes and telephones has done in other oUl- er settlemeuts ICE ibc advancement oi tfcr farmers, aiid ia the piice ui lanrt. "laim price, br.d faun uould sell ter, the (ITIP all Iheie facUi- or the Laxacold A LAXATIVE CURE FOR LA GRIPPE, .COUGHS, CPLDS, HEADACHES AND NEURALQtA. Do You Enjoy That Cold? If coi. we1 Fuggest a box .It does uot matter so much just how1 you caught the cold, but you aro feverish, eyes leattns. all stuffed up generally, and the human frame badly .clogged all Liver, Kidneys" had. Pores all en strike.' Laxacold starts everything working again almost hefore "ypft refcttlz.e i t you are feeling alright iisaln, The os.s Drug, and Book fo., CITY AND DISTKICT Visitors Visltors'.iu the city from neighbor- ing ton-us. for the weekend, were H. S.: Bealtle' and T. H. A. Arm- atrony, F. Halptn and the Misses Hal. pin ami Kimniett, from lion- Island; W. W. Milk River, and J. T. .ileaniriger. Weriing. "Robin Hood'1 ,lri the four reels of "Robin Hood" at Stariand three complete stories lie told, including tlie Story of-Matd" Marian, ar.d Robin liopd; Alan-a-lJale and Rob'ln Hood. i-Kinft Richard and Robin Hood. "Our Best" Flour Your Grocer carries it Southern Alberta Wheat Southern Alberta Labor1 ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. .Miners Co-Operate .Wlth.tb? intention oC starting a co- operative about forty P.ouinan- Hnn miners at No. 3 liavo subscribed have taken ovor Mike Pitcbak's'old iiool room as a store Should Help Some .-A. tipuvenlent little handbook, with pencil attached, and TvliEch Is meet- ing with much .demand; has been, is- ther H. A'. McKlllou Co. It CPU tains" slip with a list of groceries attached to a'stub, and a help to'trietnbry In shopping. ASSETS OVER 120 Branches Throughout The Dominion Standard Bank ESTABLISHED 187J OF CANADA MONEV ORDERS AND DRAFTS Payable in all parts of ttie world, solil reasonable rates. Ko delays. For'lhe accommoilation ol our customers employed by the C. P. H. In the local yards mil mines, tills odlce nill lie open for business every pay day. uclweeu tbe hours ol 3 and C p.m. Lethbriilgc JJranch, 315 1311i Street North G. F. Manager LETHBRIDGE ON THE MAP Folder showing- the Strategic Location" of Lelhbridge Pleases' Presses arc. now running -on the second edition "of the- folder, "Lelh- se on the piibllahcd by Commissioner Tracy. A second re- L.C.C. Tonight-> There --viil lie a meeting of the I.eth- fiilse Cricket club toulght p.m. at tiie barracks of tiie H.X.W.M.P. All members aud any ottiers that arc intcrtstej are Invited to attend. Winnipeg A. E. Hiironfiries, Immigraiioa hi- BjJtctorf lias returned to the ciiy-from W'uimpes, "n-here he has been for the I-ust few days on official WINTER. GALE TROUBLE CAUSED FOR STEAMERS Norfolk, Va., Feh. is learn- ed tiiat tliu British steamer, liather- and an unidentified iramp [carrovlv escaped destruction off the _ Capes, ou Saturday. A tieavy win tor j was hlowini, a blinding In City from Stirling It. C. Harvey, president of the Southern Alberta Wool 'Growers; H. El. Johnston, manager of the Iowa Farm, and H. :pf the Pat- ranch, are vfsttors'lu City from Stilling. v REX TRANSFER Alia. Faddtery Co. PHONE 67O CAREFUL. QtMCK SERVICE "BUSINESS LOCALS New Organizer, ,1, K. Clarke has coffimiAslon- 1 Ijy .1. provincial dtreclor. is superintendent of organization for Southern Alberta Tor Ui't Order of Moose, liouter. expert and. .repairer: years' i] for ?S.SO. 1209 "iii Avc.-S. Phontr To those who have ltarne.1 to ad like the oratorical .ifriiiity of F. Cutii- iert Alfeln, tlif news be wclconi ed that he is oilled to gite a lecture n WeatminMer Church on }Z, under' the aiijjpice.i of I.U.G.T Ilnps of The lerlurc will on "IfougU Rides anl Kxcitir.g Kx in the Country." Mr. j PalmOlive T'li i s (lelightful Soap Is'15 cents; 2 for 25c. For. a lim- will: o-ive Three Cakes Gratis to' each ]mr- chaser .of- si; jar of 1'n'im Olive Cream 50 c s- Is Senior Lieutenant _Through an error. K. XVaddingion's naine' alipeared gazetted as Junior neutenant-dfE Company of the for-fire hundred copies was bridge Cadet Battalion. This should i received Saturday .from Mr. Jolm A. read tlie junior agent-general for the iirovlnca lieutenant beiiig W. WHnot. Alberta in London. _- v -t Tlie Commlasioner is in recciin of New Manager of Co-Op J.-Res ton has- been engaged as rnanager of ihe Nortli Leihbrldge Co- Opprative store to succeed J. Glennie, ..Boughl Coalhurst Hotel Charles -Mineit, from Ok- lahoma, but who has been located -j asiatchewan for the past few years, as purchased the Pacific hotel at oalhurst from J. McDonald, who re- en'tl'y niirchased the Leffinswell Jio- el property-at .Warner. nany compllmenUry letters relating :o the publication. Presideut Shaugli uessy, of the C.P.H., says: V.Many Ihanks for enclosing rnu the Change of Magistrates The resignation ot. Magistrate W. O. Kealy, of .Medicine Hat, has'tjeen accepted hy the provincial povern- ment. -larnes Ufa iias. been otfertd the appointment. J. D. Higinbotham Co-, Ltd. The MtaJUL Store TELEPHONE NO. U2 C. K. McPhcrson. assistant passen- ger (raffle manager. OP.H., says: 'Have gone over your 'LethbrtdEe on the Map' vory carefully and miisicon-. :ralulate you on same. 1 suggest you send copies to all our agents.'1 STRIKE CAUSES MEAT FAMINE AT SYDNEY Sydney, 'Australia, Feb. strike of liic- slaughtermen, butchers meat salesmen here, has caused u very aculo meat famine in this city. Even ai the restaurants H was im- possttilG today to procure fresh meal, and all the butchers' stores were empty. Similar conditions will ir. your reference to' this, company's Melbourne, where the slaughtermen railway system Is much appreciated." went on strike today. HINCHIN'S APPEAL TO BF. HEARD FEBRUARY 26 New Proftisor U. of A. Dr. Allan Hankln, for three years acteriologist to the government lam, has been appointed to the chair t Bacteriology at the University ol Albtrta. He wfil 'takn ny iits duties at once. Dr. Hsnkln Is a graduate ot McOIII and has several experience in research work in j'ac'terlblogy and public health. E. J. Chamberlain, president Grand Trunk Pacific Hallway, sajs: "I con- sider that you have treated Iho Giand Trunk Pacific very handsomely in this R. J. Daley, publicity commissioner for in Winnipeg, writes: on Iho -Map' is all right, and fulfils the. Scripture: plain that a wayfaring tiluugh a fool, may find it.'" Calgary, Allierla, Feb. ap- peal granted In the case of Harry Mine-bin, former alderman and city treasurer of Calgary, will be heard on February U6. n. Ti. Dennett is ap- pearing for the accused, and Jamci Short, K.C., for the prosecutor. Miners' Convention Oeltgalej Among llie delegates at the Miners' convention, In session .here today, ire: I'realdeot J. K Smith of Fernle; SecreU-ry A. J. Carter. Arcjcr, District No. U of the Western Feder; Hlalrmore-. H. Klmor, Jlirhel: H. Fraternal Delegate Percj' W. representing of humor anrt j most onjoyahlr 'Imc anilcipateii. JI are cfrita adults; n. been iseued for BEST PRESENT Voii can ma'xe your wife, or wedditjg or at any other lime fs a home p. hdr own. have a firie Sly _RMm Fwlfy Modern Cottage on ftftr (eet, sldiaffii In the lien North LcthbrlcJEC thai we, can. sell for >2700 on, tity us knoi- your nants. we' can supply tlieui. nBXTAb AGENTS. Goulej- -THE-. litters Lml Ce, Ijf; rctreshnients antl Hi Irivitatlons Us Order of dantc to be in K. uf I1. Fliill on Monday, Feb. The ixiyal Older Moo.-e dance ir r.n strictly in vital Ion lint-c. tame an> nnl iraiisff.-rrablf. ar-j beinL' sent o-.i( for ai rtarr.p to by t'r.e Cp.llJe foot-' '-1'' hall Club ou I'cU. S4ih. If yo-i have i thia" Laxatives accoinplisli ibcir purpose D- of Ferule; Harris. Pass. Inirg; 1'iml Iltsso, Caniiiot'c: Wni. flalrlc-rsfoce. F, Ililicreai: Frank Whcatleyj Bank- Uentl: H. -Tabpr; Rlrhord tlarli'.-tt. Corlj-in; Tinrke. j Uanvick, ItEi'tviic1, K. of P. ''Sfeiisiv- rr> tV'.i l'i celr-brflti ihf! eol'l-> ;uljikp, 19, thrir haM, IUi: I cf Tin "at. homo of iilil n of j the thousand fctt 1 j of movies; Illustrating thft o' ynil tlie j rniirct'i upon the eocEety its foujiJation. A coHiyl visiting to raT'I- in nbove -1', ia UKJ of tht (o 'la-.ff- filler-1 vr-Jieteby tv.p v.ill bo enfi'iltd to taVc The above "a; home" will atlon of Miners, Is altendng Uie Mln- tra' coiivenllon from Sandovv, at Jt Again .Jerry Carroll WHS a caller at the tliirst In the city on .Sat- urday, and latpr. called at the police station, Tv-hero lie remained in onghly inebriated rontlltlon i day. Jerry promised the fat polkp court this morning that ihc v.-ould-leave the booze alone forva, yonr'lf he were allowed nli. lib- fcrty. Ji'na tho cadi had enough faith, :-ra-; in to let him go. Another money rather Art Needlework and Embroidery Lestsni 'at chargtt at BROS. 'HULL BLOCK HOURS: (Oto 1; ?t 0 6 MISS E. W. FILMER Weed. Inspectors' Convention The department of Agriculture has made arrangements to r.o'd tlircc weed Inspetlors' conventions at the places and dale's: holm. March 3 and 4: March S and C: Vermillion, March 12 and IS. The railway transportation will ue paid ty ithe Agricultural department for one Inspector or delegate from eacii.nirai municipality or IOCH'L im- provement district, providing the coiracll.'qf said district intend lo con- trol the- weeds within their boundar- All .government inspectors will tie requested (o attend. The purpose of1 Ihe'se; conventions Is to take up the identification and eradication of all noxloua weeda and a general uni- formity of Inspection -work. Church Annual tThe-aniiual meeting of the consre- ot.Trlnlly church, Hardlevllle, rfi'd on Wednesday, and a good the chujclj. .BUhmltte-l lo members, and was tlie suhjtcl of considerable discussion. The fol- fowlng'ierc elected as managers foi ihd year; Mesirs. Chapman, Chris- tt'ra. kins, Mit- chell, Hamsay, Stevens, Wheeler and Wllaon. Mrs. Kcllett was ru-appolnt- M organist, and Mrs. Marsh ns ap- s'ssletant organist. At tlie iloBO of the business a licarty tole ol was accorded to Jlre. Kclletl and thn. bpard of managers, wliilo an other.. Maa arcorded to the auditor Mr. .Hopfilns. H.efrcshmenU were then. Served- ar.d a social time. spent the brought .to a close hy prayer-.and benediction. Tlie an nual report Is very encouraging and cverj'thlng points to 'a nuccessful tut ure for this yo-.iog cUurch. BREWING AND MALTING CO., LIMITED Manufacturers of the famous AL- BERTA'S PRIDE." An ideal beverage with refreshing, invigorating and tonic properties ;Pure, sparkling, delicious number .assembled In report, Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- cannot duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only IF you want the best of beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer Without a Peer" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited J PHONE 554 ;