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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M.J.H. FIRE INSURANCE TEe Lethbridge O STAY h teat to w art The Hot Water Bngs, Syringe Combinations and Fountain Syringe by us are Made of Rubber and for quality, fiuisli uiul escelleuce of manufacture are unsurpaassd. We buy only the best which is the only kind that satis- factory results. Night CWik The Store of Quality What One of the best devices imitle to keep your siuk clean.- made to stantTlmrtl wear. ICE I5c i i.i The McKcovvn-HicK Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie i Stafford and Kick Walcely j OTY AND DISTRICT i i j_ Buy your shoes from F. German. H. E. .Miclmch went ;to Warner this j i morning, Cheese We have Canadian Creain .Mrs. Parsozi'i Stilton ftocquefort Gorgouzola in Glass and Bulk McLaren's Imperial Medium and small Feb. strong and higher opening in with ad- vances early in the day was succeed- ed by a break before the etoac, u'itli- 'lower than- BsUuday's closing. world's ehipmeuts of of wheat which America supplied over open- in? weie higher, due to the cables which- v.vre strong on smali and dearer Aigentiue offerings. A strong 'cash. demand in Minneapolis was partly., accountable for Hie htrengthijrhile a decrease of jiu the American visible was another bullish.item. Minneapolis was 1-5 to 3-8. loner and' Winnipeg, u fraction higher. Win nipeg bushiest was quiet in the of'you wouki anything for your -f-ir, a" iNfrtjsfaciory it not from shoUJ within kix or'bcwn hutklreU feet drill ing, case' it to drill that ikvp iu tit prmtit (which is very -you couUi then i, hok'. attd.Mtill have V V ft J of to tlrtll a depth to very thoroughly tefct the In a new KoUTU un- dertaken, a strong derrick ty-four feet high" hhouUl bo built, heavy dialling tooU iusliUod, aud a hole started thuu sixteen iu- vonUnucd just as n intake proKrvfch nt Tins -drill- ing. Hy this I believe, you will reach .-tU-pth of the of Hpring C'ouleo was t 4 A Peterson I in the city over a j: CV'lves io Hlulnhorc hist, i I night. r C. Simmons, M.T add PHONE! Sti.uln.ona Yomu? Liberals lust Kdmonton fair Friday night. ifiss X. Kimuburg resumed her ilu- ties at Westminster School this mor- t i nin-r. Nelson WEATHER BULLETIN: ith buyers holding off and oilers to offer their dtuff. There, w as a'small trade hi the lower, grades but little doing in coiHrncL wheat. Three cents under the opening was i offered for Jioi them but nothing came j out at that figure. Thib price means a premium of 1-4 cent as the carrying from now., to May is about 3 3-4 cents. A little No, I Northern was offered at 2-.1-4 to 2 1-2 cents under the but there were, no buyers. The Canadian visible supply changed as follows-for-the week: Wheat increase oats increase Japanese Pictures Half Price! For this week only MWSBffllOT 1st tar lest of Bin Uik I! 25! clear 20 I'rince Albert cleai I Hog inn, clear 20 I cloudy iO J Calgary. likely to be, as evidenced bjr surface conditions. A though more expenshc proposition would bo to drill further from, thc city, al- ong one of the ridges heading in this direction. On the attached mnp, I 577-8 marked throe points, and j Close I C. T'think the Hklihood of getting- 3-8 (KUS iR greatest at point A on thc 42 seven or eight miles soutrTi Close east of tcthbridge. At the point 11, HO b some six miles southeast of the city I think the chancys-arc almost as great. The third point, 106 is'on thc pumping.station The. .-305 advantages of the hitter place are ..J02 chiefly due to'-the nearness to' the citv and the low elevation." "It will .-18312 65 493-4 443-4 56 .....-.................3934 church has appointed eight men to go to different mispions loi the church in West China. Among-. British The feature sent time i GENERAL TEAM IN G CELLAR DIGGING All orders left at G. P. Cab Office prompt- ly; attended tO. G.W.Harrington Residence: North The opening Cafe dinner was la.sL.night served .and ranch in- spector who homestencT Inspector IJnk in this for went west this morn- j.ms' 't them are A number of the members of theju'mbja; x. W'. Bateman, j Westminster Guild had a meny Alberta; and A. T. CruUhcr, Prino ing party after the meeting last {Albert, Sa--k. night. Xo seiious results arc report- "_______________ ed. Muldlkon KInnihurg. the eight? NEW RESTAURANT ycor old sou of vMr. and Kin- niburg on Friday at their ranch! near The funeral took on Sunday. Thc Old Timers Vuul a good time at" 'Trios'. residence, it be-' ing the regular dance held .on his birthday. 3lr. always gives] the old timers ft good time on his 'birthday, F. German for fine t i i i Th- horse anrl rig Iwlonging to F Uopkius that taken from the city on Saturday night was recowr- i was found several miles, across th 'rivtr. where it had evidently been dri fvoti. Xo nrresrs have "bocn made. 103 of the market at the s the steady shrinkage and-Canadian receipts and the Jihnost equally steady "increase in Argentine shipment. Austria is just about living up to the more re- pn dictions of for ex- port, while Russia and Danube are about out of- the running and__Jndia has had no" shipments at all for a 'he! estimated -requirc-iacnls of cost some, eight" or" ten thousand dol- lars more to ddH "at'either of 'the two A -and B. I understand an appropriation of has been made -for this pros- pecting. I believe this is more than drill a three thou- sand ieet and -that' if equip yourselves with 5 our own machinery you' will be to realize on T the "if 'the 'well should prove from __ 'one-half to two- of vthc cost of the trial. In caM! "the well should valuable, you VrC'jld have your machfncry and equipment for further service. -If "you should find gas on One of these ridges, 1 would -recom- mend continuing further drilling al- ong1 the same half mile or a ridge, at one from your first HANDFORD ALBERTA Provincial Seed Fair Held to ant fwmeriy LETHBRIDGE February 18, 19, and 20 Xlndtr the Provincial ststtd hy tht Branch of Tha dominion JOcpart- 4 "r mtnt of .Agriculture well. Should you fail on the ridges to the southeast of the city, and at some future time deem it wise do furthcr.prospeCting, JT would suggest menu anri scrMce amply dcinoiHti.it-, Europo from Canada and the United j drilling five or six miles northwest ed that the proprietor C. Charles unul next crop comcs off arejof the aty to the north of the wa. a success as the manager of a and at. present it does not class restaurant. i{ amount wouid forth- Charles evidently feels that the; though-it is hard to predict .surroundings are: nn important tor in the serving of meals. The 'corner, sVept "out. rooms weie verx tastefullv furnished tonc of the marjjct m tlie face of and pres'ented; a very homelike ap- fac-1 ju-st wlsat happen when all the The steadier .Mich Urge shipments begins to look gon crosses the large bend in Jfclly River to the "west of the city. I understand that the company owning the present well are planning to pull the outside casings. It might be mise to suggest delaying this op- {peur.mce. This is especially upprecui- ;IS it- the downward course'had until-a decision is reached by the business man often Is forced to take by the Tl.N.W.M.I'.. It-'lunch and wants'to partake of it arlvance ohVvery opportunitr and more sanguine bulls, who very for a time at The .local a hurried marfcet shown a great tcnclcncy a room away from all noise and bus- among i tic. Ho to fa-l after a' before what shall IM done with the well. If the well ,is to" it would be better pull, the insitle casings first, as the pulling in meal. To moot this requirement Mr. A well crowded house heard Robert has provided a private room Ganthony and his hunch of nircly "P mul containing four' night. It uas assemblage', tables, well Thc room nlso is accommodates se- i Veil tables. appeared! Tho is, it is known that thc chef has employed in several hotels in Glasgow, in thc Ulvrta Hotel, in the. K. diners ]at Olhor Hall hist j far "fiom a well land the gciicnil fi? that n ihu.sc people crowned heads at it to notroe To quit the country. Tne lacrosse club are j disgusted with thc way they hoodwinked by the advance agent. i The monthly -.missionary meeting of' Uurants th-> JCpuo.th league of Wesley church; Uhcn lnst hold last, night and was in, mgM cmy %fts owlpilH, antl charge of -Mrs. IT.irrison, missionary sUfr wwc Interesting Tf were .rcnci on Chinese uork by Miss u bolh thc glHarns-on, Indian work by thp .wistftnt.s wil, havc to gland .work among the Galicians ".V; "rs. Jordan A good attendance GAS EXPERTS OPDOON ON WELL Frtnt P'ift) would IK> more than iiliMilililllllilili f THE SCHOOL BOARD invites the citizens of Lethbridge and J District to RECEPTION 'to be given to DR. EM: TORY next August is still looked for. :no cndangcr- the removal of thc outer casings, while the pulling of the outer' is likely to cnusc caven in the hole that might stick the inner casfngs which to so much] greater depth, fro tightly- that it: 'would imposniblc to withdraw them. _ -YoarR., trulyr-_ _1 1 W. -If.- Ilammon. Permanent Farmer's Bank Mr. Ciiarles hos> been high }ly complimented on the character of! presoPt and an interesting mcct-jhis CTfc anf, on lhe (ljnnor two or three feot from the same t above level, as it is Medicine Ffat, and if you f to meet all, jou would [most likely to jncet it before the well reached feet in and Tnoat, probahlj in the. ofj two thousand'fecti It would therefor seeni desirable l-> prosecute the drilling of the hole ns far ns'it is possible and it is fjnUc pos.sibJe Uwit the Medicine ll.it gas torniatlon. might be readied, an I gas Uuinu within thitt the M TI BUM At Lift IT as v. veil as the older, mem- bers 'of ,the 'ffimily. and th ink there is n oth in more delicious "and refreshing than our 'ginger ger ale, -cream soda and irordirewv We bottle all kinds of waters sarBaparilla and cham- pngne and deliver the 'CMC free of LH1WHKC VULTM LTI. j last night. Cough Syrup A simple effeciive remedy for cough'. TKY A BOTTLE 25c i J. J, Johnston MMUfMMfMMMM L Warehouse Site v t v 2 Corner LoU on spur track, Block 05 etch r A cash, balance 3 montLs R. V. Gibbons OttMock C c.h, 1 f I hands of vhc T present holeYcovM "be ITowcver. the'chances arc I tio.not think'n would io take the. {present owriicrs awl pay any large price therefor except, in a ;condition- "al It would, seem to me i if well is about to be aban- doned, they should_ allow you the privilege of continuing- drilling with the hope of reaching a stra- tum and not charge imless jou rrach it. At present it is p.irently it might Ijc that in three or.: five hwnlred feet a paying wriii of gus be obtained, and in mck an, it would be only fair io Item for their well had Io yb1 securing any valuable rwswH, Eitin Mr Stxk away to room for tprinf ppoodt C.A.COQKSLEY ow LETHBRIDGE ALT A. 1C you muit to Toar frigid ft bit of flood J tetl kui to RO to the AKIICAI lESTAIIIMIT I J. M. REDDING f Cor. Smitk ud BedpmUi I President oFAlberta Ufli- in WESLEY CHUKCH U.ZMJ .Chair taken at 8.30 I IT. wi fife J. H. FMXTWOOD vCbiunnan 'O.B. BOWMAN, Secy. I niniiniiiiiiiiiiV WEDNESDAY. FEB. JITH. -In Oliver's. Hall [to Increase the Yields 'rof Our Cereir 1" x of Al- T- R. Henderaon. vT- Discussion. 3.20-4.00. Farminf." Prof A. Atkinson. Discussion. THE EXHIBITS Will be open'for inspection by the after 1 o'clock Feb. 19 in Hick A" Wikely'. store.; oid WEDMESDAY-' _. .O'CLOCK SHARP I A -Public. the "Methodist Addresses will Jbe'given Wm. Henderion, laajorof the citjp- Prof, "Atkirwoo, of-ihc -Mootana Africultural CoUfge, on "Indurtnal 'i W. F. Stoverw, Secretary of Al- berta farmers' G. H. Superintendent Experimental Farm, Lethbridfe. Musical win-be ed by 8. McKcmierA! and G. .E. Hem inf. to'attend tfm labliSPistite tOOflNG COKKICC WOtK 5KYUGHTS FUtNACXWOtK A SPECIALTY "Wjnter in W. C. McKiiUcmn, Addrew, "Caww of in W. F. 10.40-10.50. Prof. A. Atki THURSOAT AFTtHHOOH In Hkk 4 OW Grain Judging in whieh all fcrwen aad sons wiii be allowed to compete wfll be conducted. EVSMVBODV WCLOOMC Maekenafe tnd Mam hare control of the .electrical company, at- ;