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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, February 9 We Are in For Anoth- er Cold Snap You can buy every variety of Felt Shoes, Overshoes and Rubbers at reduced prices at Y DISTRIBUTE FREE TREES Forestry Branch will ship Two Million and a Hall Archie Mitchell, of the Dominion Forestry Branch at Indian Head went west this afternoon. He stated that preparations are under way for distri- buting two and a half million trees tills spring. This year a distribution of Conifers will be made in various parts of the western plains. Settlers who want to secure trees for plant- ing should write Norman M. Ross of the Forestry Branch, Indian Head, before March 1, 1910. The ground must be prepared and passed by the Forestry Inspector during the summer of 1910. The department, will then ship the trees to the applicants in the spring of 1911, DESPERADOES SHOT MAN IN NEW YORK HOTEL Got Away With About Ten Dollars In Cash From Hold Up We are offering; lor ONE WEEK ONLY A Big Discount on all Easy H Chairs and Rockers We have a large assortment to choose from and all these-goods are in first class con- dition. Call and inspect our stock early and o-et the "benefit of the finest line of these goods in the "city. Our Prices are Always tne Lowest of the Lowest York, Feb. desperad- oes with drawn revolvers raided the lobby of the Waverly hotel on Bowery today, shot and killed Fred Devlin, a guest who, -when they demanded mon- ey for drinks, was only able to produce a dime, and then held up the clerk of the night's receipts. Less than all told was the, result of the hold up and murder. The men ran out of the ho- tel after the shooting and a large force of detectives was at once started on their trail. JOY RIDE ENDED IN DEATH OF YOUNG MAN Philadelphia, Feb. re- turning from a joy ride in West Phil- adelphia early today James Graham, ID years old, was killed when the automobile he was operating crashed into s. telegraph pole. Successors to THE WHITE FURNITURE CT> i 324CrabbSt. Opp. the Herald I 3 Doors south of the Bank of Montreal' -1 LOCAL OPTION IN SASKATCHEWAN Regina, Feb. are L' 'r.s made to submit optjon vote in two hundre.l towns, Cities jxrd municipalities of Saskatchewan, next December. An ici've campaign has started and it '3 expected that a considerable area will go dry when rhe vote is taken. MINISTERS APPROVE OF CLOSING OF POST OFFICE Calgary, Feb. Calgary Min- isterial association at a meeting yes- terday put itself on record as being in favor of the action of the govern- ment in closing the post office on Sun- days, and are opposed to holding any funerals on Sunday except where it is absolutely necessary. meets you all your work in half the time if you follow directions. Sunlight clothes from in- from life from drudgery. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or For wash- ing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. Letnbridge Furniture Company Furniture and Carpet Specials -4- I Odd Morris Chairs 20 Per Cent. Off In early English and Golden Oak. Solid Eraines. Special prices on library 10 designs in Mission or Golden Oak finish. Prices right to SALE PRICES EVERY DAY Brussels Rugs 7 ft. 6 x 9, value 9x 12, value Special Special in Formerly ?5.50 for Formerly for Formerly for Formerly for Formerly for good reasons why you should buy now in ROSEDALE ADDITION first, this addition is in direct line of the city's greatest growth and therefore bound to increase the most rapidly in value second, this is the closest in addition adjoining the new big city park, which, when it is improved is bound to increase the value of Rose- dale addition a hundred fold third, and the main reason, because Rosedale lots at present prices are positively the best value on the market, in addition to which easy terms place it within the means of everybody Lots are selling very fast. Get yours before it is too late OPEN EVENINGS LONNQUIST-SHARP CO. Upstairs ALBERTA BLOCK Round St. BIG I- O R i u N E MRS. ALVA FAY Whoever and Wherever She on Variety Stage Toronto. Feb. ever Mrs. Alva Fay is, she is entitled to a pro- perty of left by Mrs. Maggie Fay, daughter of Thos. Harrison for- mer resident of Toronto. Inspector of Detectives Walter Duncan received the heiress. After leaving Toronto she went on the variety stage and h'as riot boon heard of for years. RACE TRACK GAMBLING The Moral Reform society of Midland i QUEBEC .-FMNTERS BILL COMES UP SOON Battlefields Commissiorr Will Gilmour Hill Widen BRITAIN CANNOT COMPLAIN. NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY Carpet Squares D x 9, value 515.00. 9 x 12, value Special Special Window Shades Shades in every color, 3 ft. x 6 ft. Hartshorn roller, usually 45c. Special .........30c Of Canada's Agreement with many. Says Daily Mail. Ger- London. Feb. the head- ing. "Canada Cannot the Daily WE PAY FREIGHT Bargains in COUCHES from to Mail devoted an editorial to the Ger- man Canadian Treaty, which else- where ii describes as a blow to British trade, and says there is good reason to believe that the Dominion govern- ment waited to see the issue of the st nipple for tarifT reform in England before diking steps for the removal of i :he surtax. 1 "It will be bad news for Yorkshire j i Lancashire, but so long as the' people of tliis country refuse to make a uiritT agreement with the states empire tiiey cannot complain." concludes the Ottawa, Feb. hearing of the bill of H.H. Miller of South Grey to prohibit betting on or off the race course was resumed today and most of the (lay was taken up in listening to the testimony offered in its support. The chairman read a number of com- munications he had received. The or- ganizations interested in the question from a practical point of view and jwith knowledge of the matter, urged that nothing should be done that would bo detrimental to the great horse breeding industries. They were Horse Association, the Can adian Shire association, Ontario Horse r.recders association and the Canad- ian National Bureau of Breeding. The passage of the bill was desired by the Ontario Sunday school association Ont, The West Simcoe Women's In- stitute, the Presbytery of Sarnia and iiiomas TJrquhcirt of Toronto. So soon as the bill is adopted by the commission it was intended to lay it before the house. To Mr. Lake, Mr. Fielding said it was the intention of the National Bat- tlefields commission to widen Gilmour Hill, Bellevue road and part of St. Louis and St. Foy roads, Que., if rea sonable arrangements could be made with owners of the property. The com mission has on hand and the cause of delay in beginning the work was attributed U certain legal difficul- ties in the matter of expropriation. Mr. Foster was informed by the minis ter of militia that the government was aware that the Queens Own Rifles were going to England this summer to take part in the Aldershot manoeu- vres. The government would not beai WILL NOT STRIKE Quebec, Feb. threatened strike of the typers and printers has been averted, the typers having decid- ed to accept the offer of the .master printers. Their wages will be increas- ed to 513.50 a week for two-years af- ter which time they will receive an ad- ditional per week, or >15.00. This agreement was accepted by the men on a division of 51 against 5. ROYAL TEMPLARS MAKE REQUESTS Toronto, Feb. legislature of Ontario is to be asked by the Royal Templars of Temperance to permit local option in cities by wards, also to make possible local option by electoral ridings rather than by municipalities. The Templars will also memorialize anv portion trip. of the expense of Dominion parliament to abolish irace track gambling. The Sauce that makes the whole world hungry i It is stated that Krnperor William his minister of war are convinced i that iieroplnnes will bo importantly (useful in war. A experts will jail sections of the army. It is expected !HAT word IMPORTED is TO The contents justify the label Jjan sections of the nrmy. Made and bottled In England Worceste 1087 aucc ;