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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, rebnuiry Page 7 4 i 4f4f 444 Letnbriclge' Furniture Company I Furniture and Carpet Specials Odd Morris Chairs 20 Per Cent. In early English and Golden Oak. Solid Frames. Special prices on library 10 designs in Mission or Golden Oak finish. Prices right to 115.00 SALE PRICES EVERY DAY Brussels Rugs 7 ft. 6 x 9, value 9x 12, value NEWS OF THE PROVINCE nULDIUJIJ IMP V 9 t VMM On Wednesday last a serious fire broke out In the home yard of the Purinal Brick Co., some time between nine and ten o'clock. Mr. Purmal, who lives a quarter of a mile further 4-1 down at another of the company's er for ?L45 and McCrSmmon Instltut- This was the second case and the judge ed proceedings. hearing of the gave; the plaintiff damages for cents per bushel, amounting to ?GOO, the defendant to pay the costs of the court. WORCESTERSHIRE Special ill Formerly for Formerly for Formerly for Formerly for Formerly for yards that the engine house An important deal was consummat-1 s on. lire but by the time he got ed this week when Mr, Harry Bell, there it was or course too late to do sold the Queen's hotel to Mr, Thomas I ALBERTA ACQUIRES A POET NEW GOODS. ABRIVING EVERY DAY Cai'pet Squares 9x9, value 9 x 12, value ?20.00. Window Shades Shades in every color, 3 ft. x 6 ft. Hartshorn roller, usually 45c. Special .........30c WE PAY FREIGHT Bargains in COUCHES from to anything towards extinguishing the flames. The engine and machine house are totally destroyed and much valuable machinery rendered useless. It Is impossible-to say how fire started as things were left in the same 'manner as they always 'been.. It is hard to say exactly what the will amount to but we are safe in say- Ing that it will 6e up in tbe thousands of Hat Times. At the supreme court at Calgary last week S. R.'Hodson, editor of the Okotoks Review, was fined ?50 and costs for libel. The complainant was 0. W. Mahon. G. W. Edmonds, for nearly seven proprietor of the OkotokB drug store, lias sold out to F. R. Brown, a licensed pharmacist for five years with the Findlay Drug Co. of Calgary where he is well and favorably known to the, trade. Mr. Edmonds will re- main In Okotoks for a time but his future plans are Advance. A grain case which aroused erable interest was heard in Calgary on Tuesday -when D. A. McCrimmon sued John Hehn for non-delivery of flax which had been contracted for at a certain figure. Tbe contract call- ed for 'bushels and the price per, bushel. Hehn sold the flax R. J. C. Stead, the Manitoban says Guy or Stavely. The hotel is now Winnipeg Telegram, who wrote dergoing extensive improvements and) the book of verse "The Empire Build- he new owner will take control aslcrs." whirrh siK-h a decided hit- soon as the license can he traasfer- It is understood that the price paid was Review. recently, has moved from Manitoba to AJberta. Mr. Stead has' been editor of the Cariwright Review lor some ten odd extended on the west as to Include j years and although he was born in the subdivision of Parkdale, Messrs. Ontario, he has lived most of bis life Scott and Hartronit, two local real Manitoba and in Southern Manitoba, estate men, called upon the city com- missioners this .morning. Mayor Ja- mleson 'intimated that their proposi- Hc has accepted the secretaryship of a company in High River, Aita. His entering into business, however tion would be considered, and sug-jdoes not mc-an that he intends to gested as the terms of the agreement! drop out of literary work. On the that a small park site be given to Mr. Stead figures that he Suffei Do Froftr News. E. J. Chamberlain, general manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, ami J. R. Dalrymple, general passen- ger agent of the company, are expect- ed to reach the city this evening to considering entering a new field and writing a western novel. There is will have more time to devote to the world of letters than at present. Mr. Stead, following the examplc'Oi another fellow Canadian poet, Wil- Wilfrid Campbell, is seriously complete arrangements for the estab- lishment of passenger offices in the GarJepy block on Jasper avenue. The new offices will probably be opened early in April and will Include quar- a headache from one cause of another. It'effects-all ages and both eexes alike, but tbe female sex naturally the more effected through the higher ner- vous development and' more delicate organization of the system. Those alM of a temperament and BtudioiM or sedentary occupation arc aubject to it. The presence of headache nearly always us that there ia another diaeaM which, although we may not be aware of it, M atill exerting its baneful and perhaps awaiting an opportunity to avert iUelf plainly. Burdock Blood Bitters (or >eea curing all kinds of and n rou will only give it a trial we an mm it will do for you what it (or thou- sands others. -4- John Coonon, 4- troubled with such rich material in the west, and it has been so undeveloped, that Mr. Stead believes there is a great scope for such work.. ters'for the passenger, telegraph andj_ Ifc is a pity that Manitoba is los- express Jour nal. The town council of Red Deer have increased the dog license fees and ordered all stray dogs impounded' fol- lowing the discovery of a dog infected to the Alberta-Pacific Elevator Co. lat-l with rabies. ing such a talented However, Manitoba's ta's gain. young author, loss is Alberi TRAIN CRASHED THROUGH BRIDGE Wheeling. W. Feb. Wheeling and Lake Erie railway for a long time. Af tei different doe- tors'meoicine a friend asVed me to try Burdock Blood Bitten. I find I am completely cured after havinf taken three bottles. I can recom- mend it to all" For sale by all dealers. Manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto. Ont. STREET CAR STRIKE ON IN PHILADELPHIA lf A TED AT CH A I 1 HERALD'S PATTERNS On Tuesday, the 8th, while digging a well for water on farm, gas was struck at a very shallow depth by Ira Doane. down for five lighted a match and immediately a. flare of flame burnt him about the face and neck and a nice little gas fire was lighted upon the top of the A well had been dug boring and continued aflame and burn- Eeet, and from there THE SUN TYPEWRITER Visible Writing Heavy Manifolding Perfect Work Extreme. Speed We are also Agents for the" Victor Safe and Lock Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. Get our prices on safes and save money. sixteen [eet had been drilled with a hand drill. On. going into the well in the morning to ascertain whether water had, been found, Herbert Doane ed steadily. If the Woolchester farm ers can' get gas at twenty feet they will be putting down holes under eheir kitchen Medicine Hat News. freight engine running crashed creek 15 j car situation in this city reached an 11 through a trestle over a miles from here early today, falling a distance of thirty feet and burying the engineer, and fireman and two brakemen'riding in the cab beneath a-twisted mass of iron. The fireman was killed, the three other trainmen were probably fatally injured. A special train brought them to this city. acute afternoon when the men affiliated with the Amalgamated Association of street and electric railway employees began turning in their cars at various barns and refus- ed to take them out again. After the union leaders learned that the men'were turning in their, ears a for- mal strike order was issued. INFANTS' SET OF ONE-PIECE GAR- dery handkerchief linen. All are in- MENTS Paris Pattern No. 3174 All Seams Allowed.' The set consists of a pretty little cap, a coat with, a turn-down collar .and turn-up cuffs, a bishop dress, a petti- coat, a wee kimona and a bib-sufficient for guides to complete wardrobe with the exception of the little woollen shirt. The cap pictured is made of em- broidered handkerchief linen, strings of the same. The coat is -made of white collar and cuffs be- ing hand-worked. The dress is of fine cambric, as is also the petticoat, the former being trimmed ,with Valencien- nes; lace and insertion and the latter with embroidery. The kimona is made of fancy pale pink flannel and trimmed with ribbon, and the bib is of embroi- cluded in the set, and each is a one- piece garment. The pattern is cut in Material required: yards, 36 inches, wide. No. yard. 20 or more inches wide, 11-4 yards ribbon for ties and bow. No. yards 36 inches wide, 2 1-4 yards edging, 61-2 inches wide extra for ruffle. >NTO_ 1-S yards 36 nches wide, 3 3-S yards wide insertion, 1 3-4 yards narrow insertion. No. 7-S yards 36 or more ins. wide, 1 1-8 yds. contrasting material 20 inches wide for bands: No. yard 36 inches wide, 17-S yard edging. Price of complete set, 10 cents. he Sun Agency 411 Ford St. P. O. Box 96 Lethbridge, Alta. WHEAT CLEANING. AT MACLEOD Bia Plant Put in Flour Milling Co. Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson left on their .honeymoon for Detroit and points west, having been the recip- ients of many beautiful presents, among which could be seen a hand- some cheque from her brother, Mr. Thomas Paterson of Lethbridge, Alta. Advertiser. Daniel Maloney, aged 63 years, and one of the first Canadians from On- tario to settle in Northern Alberta, Macleod. Feb. Macleod Milling Co. has just concluded ar- rangements for an addition to its large plant here which to Macleod than any other announce- ment which has been made here for years. The company will erect at once a cleaning plant of bus. capacity, -which will be in full opera- tion for the coming season. It will be the only cleaning plant -west ofi died at a late hour on Saturday even- tfte government owned plant at Port ing at the family homestead In the ArtW aad its immediate Tesult wlll Albert district, from a complica- tion of arterial Capital. o We are here to stay and build our nest accordingly. O' Our plant is up to date; our men wide awake. Prompt attention to all orders, large or small. Quick deliveries and courteous treatment. Our stock is large, drv and well assorted O be to concentrate the grain Tjusiness of Southern Alberta, south of Calgary, at point. The undertaking is a long step forward and a .monument to the enterprise and business acumen of the milling company's managers. They have faith in the future of Mac- leod and are not afraid to evidence that faith by their works. 'MAD MULLAH" AGAIN TAKES THE WARPATH Fanatic and Followers Burning and Give ro Quarter and our prices are right. I Try, and be convinced that tkc best place to buy lumber is at the I I i I i