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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Call and Inspect Our This Week Stock We are showing some particularly jj good lines in Dressers and Stands and Buffets. Library Chairs and Rockers a speciality IFIRST PATIENT IN NEW HOME AT MIDNAPORE Our Prices are as Low as the Lowest Always The Standard Furniture Co. Successors to THE WHITE FURNITURE 324 Crabb Sfc Opp. the Herald 3 Doors south of the Bank of Montreal I The Lacombe home, at Miduapore, {has had its first patient. The municipal j officials at Curdstou wrote up to Filth- ier Lacombe asking if he could take J5 jcharge of an old man who was in that j'tpwu. He was blind, very ill, and with'' out-funds. The home is not nearly com pteted yen, but the sisters who are now at Midnnpore said they yould try and fix up accommodation for him. The patient arrived and lie was in- deed in a pitiable condition. Edward Cauthier was his name and he had moce west from Sorel. Que., nearly half a century ago. He spent -ards -there will ments announced for this centre is 'the j doubled, the >total expenditure to Herald Patterns PHONE 1181 addition of one of the wings to m lne neighborhood of new station buildin 000. Six Millions on "Western Division Throughout the province and the en- at a cost of Al roundhouse with six stalls will be constructed. At present the steel between Crow's THE CAFE S? New, clean, up to date. jtire western division which extends be- {I; 1 tween Broadview, Arcola, North Port- al, Field and Kootenay Landing there will be spent durins Nest station and Cranbrook, also be- tween Cranbrook and Sirdar, is just 73 pound rail, during the year this will be increased to the C. P. R. standard This work will cosx ap- e i So pound rail. year. As stated above will be jploxiraateiv spent in Alberta alone. Added to this will be whatever may be spent by the construction department of the road in building new lines and extending old ones. All white help. Good menu. Quick service. s Terminal facilities at Weyburn and tjv.ift Current -win be improved. About S5U.OOO has been set aside for work at Medicine Kat. This--will pro- vide for, among other things, a mu- lt is planned to build a new station at Regina'and perhaps at Moose Jaw. D r, -c 0 v Red Deer is to get a beautiful At each of the above places there will be spent on such works as new railway yards, new, freight sheds, etc. In fact large sums will be spent in, nearly every terminal .throughout the division. Fix Up C. E. An important feature -of the pro- I gramme is to be the completion of the brick station which will be a boon :to the thriving little'city. All along the lines of the western division at various points there will be upwards of '25 section -houses con- structed for the section men to .be used as residences. In all 15 to 20 new stations will be PINCHER CREEK FARMERS INSTITUTE Other Doings Of the West- ern Town-Place Is Hockey Wild Pincher Creek, Feb. JV. R. Dobbie has moved into his handsome residence on the hill overlooking the town and got comfortably settled there. The building is a frame two- storey one 36.x 32, with ajull -base- uient under, the eutire house. There are ten rooms and a bath room with a kitchen 12 x 22, all heated by a hot water system. Mr. Dobbio has equipped his new household premises fith new furniture, and both from he exterior and interior point of iew bis home castle is one of the most modern up-to-date ones in town. A farmers' institute meeting held m the Masonic Hall on Friday last at he instance of the Department of Agriculture was so largely attended that both the speakers referred to it as the best they had addressed dur- ing the season. Mr. Marr, president of the Agricultural Society, presided, and after a few intrpductory remarks called upon Mr. A. Mitchell, who'is no stranger to the people of Pincher Creek district. The last named gen- tleman, whose topic was tree- plant- ing, care of trees on the farm, etc., delivered himself of an address full of useful information to his, hearers as to the best method to go about ar- rangihg .the plantations so as to de- eive the greatest; benefit from them as windbreaks as well as ornaments on the. farm, illustrating his ideas with plans. Mr. E. I-I. Malcolm followed with an address noxious weeds, and great interest was manifested in what this gentleman had to say on that all important question. The speaker explained in an emphatic! :nonncr that il was' IK tie or nothing the weed inspector dould do if he had not the public sentiment support behind him. The noxious weed' law, he said, was not for the man who was willing but for the man who did not or would not comply with the act by doing his duty to himself and neighbors in keeping his property clear of this desperate nuisance. He 'furtTier stated that it was not too late to remedy this evil, t-ha.t with co-operation, one with the other, the farmers could eradicate the noxious weed problem. He also cited some of the best means to employ in over- coming these weetls. At the conclusion of the institute meeting tlie directors of the agricul- tural society met, when a resolution was passed that a general meeting of the society be called for March 2nd .p.m. for the p'urpose ot dis- -1 cussing the advisability, oi selling MARCH On Sale February 25th WITH five new Grand Opera Records, three Hurry Lander Records, ,two records by Victor Herbert's Orchestra and two by Sousa's Band, among the forty-three new Edison Ambcrol and Standard Records to choose from this month, aren't you ghul you hurt: or don't you wish you had an Edison Phonograph? Kver hear -Stella Mayhew Funniest girl that ever lived, with the possible exception of Marie Dressier. Both are ut their ..best and funniest in their new "I'm a'Woman of Importance" and to Change My features of the March Record List. Youv dealer will be glad to play these for you. BJison Phonographs Records Aubcro1. Records (pluy twice us lony) Grund Opc-ni Records toS-.MO.00 W. live to ......-10 Eduon in every town where we are not now well represent- cd. Dealers having established iinti l.SS should write us ut once. National Phonograph Company, 100 U.S.A. TOWNSHIP 13, RANGE 17 Tp. 13, Range 17, Feb. contract for building the new school house on Sec. 22-13-17 was let by tin- school board to Messrs- Lickiss, Lear son-and Pollock olf Feb. llth to Mr. Martin, who was the lowest bidder. He lives on Section 36-13-17. The Board furnish the material and each part of the agricultural meet liabilities. grounds to farmer in the district hauls one The lumber', was bought at Tabcr from Cunningham and Rogers. Mr. Axtel Davidson is building aj ni'w bam x M, nine shingle roof, andiSeveriu D. West-re: has the contract, to build ihe same.. He will do a good job. T. Odmark-and Ernes't Domey have their large new houses completely fin- ished on the inside and are. painting and hard finishing the same. They will both paint them on the outside this spring. They already.have ecu- tracts to brejik between one and Vwo thousand, acres this year with their new Flour City engine and Cocksautt plow rig. Mr. McComb, Mbthodist Evangelist for. this part r.f Alberta, called on C. W. Hastings this week and promised to commence regular meetings in our township on February 27th and will hold same every other Sunday there- after. Mr. Ernest Domey also re- ceived a letter from Rev. A. Lunde, pastor for Our Savious's Lutheran Church, saying he would either come or send some one to organize a Lu- eran. Society here soon: We expect it will-be Rev. Peterson of Moose Health Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beanty. No matter how long- it has gray orfaded. 3. luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Stops falling but, ud positively Dan- drvtl. Keeps hairaoft and glossy. Re- iuse all tliufiE 2.s much in 51.CG as SOc. tize. is riot a Dye. ttamdSOc. bottles, at druggists Send 3c for free book The Care ic Hair. Pbilo Hay Spec Co., New; .S'. J. Hay's HarHna Soap "The skating party and dance given i by the intermediate hockey team on j Jaw. Sask, Friday night to celebrate their cham-j Oscar Nelson has nearly doubled his pjonship o[ Southern Alberta was stock on hand and now has every- Next Arlington Hotel ii 5 Orders for d raying left here will receive prompt attention. laying of new 85 pound steel along the at different some C. E. line from Calgary southward to Q about one quarter of a miilion of doll- jof which were named as follows: Strome, Macleod and also northward as far as iWaIsh' ShePard- Erskine, Edmonton. The present rails are of ?.rocket' Lundbreck, Hitlcrest, the old light weight steel and are not j suitable for the heavy traffic existing on these lines. Altogether there will be Blairmore' y and Natal. p. BURNS COMPANY STAFF CHANGES Fernie have been several important changes made this week In the staff of the P. Burns Co., are spent on new steel and ballast for lines. New ballast will be placed on the main line between here and Medicine Hat. Y. M. C. A. at Canmore Of recent years the C. P. R. have! been going in for Y. M. C. A.'s for their employees and, besides assisting regu- lar Y. AI. C. A.'s bniR by piiblic con- tribution in different cities, have in several cities throughout, the west erec- in this district which Fernie loses jtod v M c A buiuiings for railwav two most estimable citizens. -Mr. ai thoir own expense Slich S. Gusty will henceforth be located building is to be constructed at Can- at Lethbridge and Mr. Ward will go to the head office at Calgary. James E. Miller, formerly cost chief clerk in the C.P.R. offices here] and subsequently accountant at more a cost of the company providing the site and paying whole local office of the will be manager of this district, which Burns Company the branches in includes Michel. jiew yard for (handling (reight will the aiso be provided as will a coaling plant SNAP SHOTS OF COLERIDGE Coleridge, Feb. and Mrs. Grace, o: Medicine Hat were visitors in town over Sunday. We are looking forward to having a new. restaurant and stopping house built near the depot. This will be convenient for travellers who have to stop over. Miss Caldwell and Miss MacBean of the Medicine Hat school staff were visiting Mrs.-W. Martin on Satur- day.- Mrs. A. Phillips spent a couple of days at Bassano visiting her husband who is engaged in drilling a gas well at that point. Mr. Brccklin has got some car loads of hard coal ior sale. and other improvements. On Crow's Nest Line Crow's Nest staiion is to get a new Hosmer, and Coal Creek. Mr. Fred; roundhouse with capacity for six loco- McDonald will succeed Mr. as manager of the Cranbrook branch. One half million of dollars will be LADIES'; SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. All Seams Allowed A very stylish; shirtwaist in tailored effect is.'the one here presented, which as illustrated in the front made of Russian blue French flannel and trimmed with black soutache and but- tons made of the; cord. The shirtwaist is side closing, and has narrow tucks each side, slanting, from the shoulder to the lower edge, and a becoufing.de- gree of fullness at the waistline back and tyont. The" long slighily puff sleeves are finished with lapping wrist- band, and a high' collar completes the neck edge. Some of the fabrics will look well made by this model are pon gee, nun's-veiiing, ladies' cloth, tricot. Scotch dimity, madras crash, gingham or tailor shirtings. The pattern is cut in five sizes, from 34 tc inches measure. For 36 bust the shirtwaist requires 2 5-S yards of material 36 inches wide, with, as in the front view, 14 yards of soutache. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. red, roujrh and chapped binds, and all skin dis- skin fine and soft: 25c. druggists. Seqdjlc for free book "The Care of Skin." For Sale By J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. ROSEDALE LOTS SELLING FAST Response to Herald Ads Remarkable of the Best Citizens Have Bought A QUESTION! London. Feb. a meeting of tho National Peace Council to-day. Mr. Byles. M.P.. asked, in an acedemic sense what harm there woutd be ro Canada or Great Britain if Canada was absorbed in the United States? HAPPY THOUGHT MADE IN 1OTH CAST IRON AND STEEL If you wtnt A range that will bake right and save you time, labor and buy a Happy ThoughtRafige. It is superior in every way-hand- some in most easy to operate and ctiy to keep best range for the Canadian housewife. Investigate "Happy Thought" for our booklet telling all about post card will bring it. HAYR BROS., Local Agents BUCK STOVE CO. LTD., Br.ntfeH, OnL Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8090 Design for a laundry bag, the spray 'of flowers and the word "Laundry" each being 10 inches long. This is; to be transferred to ticking, denim or lin- en and heavily outlined with mercerized cotton or rope silk.- The bag is bound with tape or a strip of the material. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. pretty well attended and a-pleasant evening spent by both sexes at the rink. The skaters afterward repaired to the opera house, where dancing was kept up till one o'clock in the morning. It was a jolly lot who made up the gathering and everything passed ofi in a very pleasant manner. On Saturday afternoon the interme- diate hockey team played a game with a team irom Cowley. The game was even a better and swifter one than that played the previous night between the seniors of Pincher Creek and Coleman, good hockey and com- bination play being the rule through- out the match. The final score re- sulted in a defeat for the Cowley. team by a score-o? 3 goals to 2. K. P. Stewart refereed the game with the utmost satisfaction to all con- cerned, Hockey has been all the rage here for the past two months, and it is not surprising that the junior team should endeavor to win laurels for itself both at home and afield. This young aggregation made its way for the second time this season oa Sat- urday last to Macleod in the hope, no doubt, of sustaining their superiority over the youigsters of that town. But although they defeated their op- ponents on the previous Saturday by 3 to 2, they were up against it last Saturday and got trimmed by a score of 6 to 3, although they claim several young men were on the Maclcod linc- j "P- Interest serins to he increasing in the seed fair and poultry show to be held -here on March 2nd among the farmers of the district and it will not be surprising if the affair proves a big success. The agricultural society is doing its utmost to make it so. Another meeting of the old timers will be held in the council chambers Ion Saturday next at which the com- mittees appointed at a previous meet- ing will report, when decisive action may be taken as to whether the Old- Timrrs will be held ir. trie Council Chambers on Saturday next, at which the committees appointed at the pic- thing in the line oi groceries. He has a fine new stock and sells same- at below-railroad-town-prices. He is do- ing a big trade and will sell machin- ery this summer. The mail for our neighborhood is brought out from Taber by any of the settlers who go to town and left at Oscar Nelson's store. We have as good as a tri-weekly mail. Mr. R. Chapman has bought the Nicholas and Shepard steam "engine, 135 horse Dowerr spanking brand new. It's the best made. He has contract-11 ed to break all he will be able to in 1910. We have assurance now that there, will he at least one line of railroad built through our section of the coun- try this year. It's wonderiul what an inspiration this is to our people. Our weather stays fine and there is no sickness-to report. Everyone seems happy, and are awaiting the "I never saw .anything like it as a record breaking said A. Lonn- yuist of the Lonnq.uist-Sharp Co., re- ferring to the sale of lots ia Rosedale Addition, "and if this rate keeps up every lot in Rosedale Addition will be sold by the end of next week." One of the features of the sale has been that the best business men of Lethbridge have .bought heavily in Rosedale Addition, to say nothing ol th.e number ot carpenters and con- tractors who have bought, intending to build in the spring. The fact that tnis is the closest-in. addition adjoin- ing the new -big city park, and in fact lies between it and the Agricultural park, has no doubt been a great con- sideration with many of the custom- ers. "Your said 'Mr. Lonn- quist, "must be ipretty extensively read here in the city as we have cer- tainly become acquainted with a good many of your citizens. We are here to stay and will do our part in the upbuilding of Lethbridge and in spread its fame to the outside world." I Tlie Lonnyujst Sharp Co. moved today to larger offices in the Southard block. rush of N here. newcomers soon due to be NEW PREMIER OF EGYPT Caito, Egypt, Feb. conse- quence of the death of Boutros Pasha Ghali, the premier, a new cabinet has been formed of which Mohammed Said Bey is premier, president of the coun- cil and minister of the interior. Smokeless Oil Heater The vious meeting will report, when deci- sive action will be taken as lo whe- ther the old timers1 reunion will be celebrated by a dance, a concert or a picnic in tlie sutnnicr months. A supper and concert is to be held under the auspices ot St. Michael's R. C. Church Ladies Aid in the Op- era House on March 17th. tmihM Smtkriess Device is in rf the PefMoiUi Hetttr. This Automatic Smokeless Device n't altar the vick to rfce t it vhcre it CAN smoke, yet tfcs a strong flame that sheds a ffoviot heat without a rfsnoke. other heater In wcrid com- pares with the PERFECTION Oil Heater Equipped with Tvn (he vick smell. Bums for 9 hours with iastaody removed for Solid brass font holds 4 qnarts of oil efficient to fire out a glowinf Wat for 9 solid fcrass wick danyw cool oil indicator. Heater teantifuHy io ncfel m Japan ia t variety of styles. At Wrht for PmilyBft the Afcnt THE IMPEmiAL Ott CQMPAJTY, ;