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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H. J H SKEITH PIRC INSURANCE TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald I 1 J f f 1 1 THE PLACE TO STAY k W MM HKL BLRCK- 5MITK5' Our range in blacksmiths' supplies comprises" almost everything from a horse shoe nail to a machine drill. And it is" all..good, stuff, made by reputable makers who give honest value. We stocked up specially on ball-pi en hammers and i wrenches. them. The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. SucccMort to Brodle Stafford and Hick PHONE: 62 Colgate's Shaving Soap The Store of Quality ig''.moet'con- venient' and economical tiecauae all of the soap up- plicnl is work- cxl up lather, on "tii face. There is no waste, uo need to rub iu the lather with the fingers as1 whim the old-fashioiied dust-collecting.mug' is used. NVe carry everything for the shaver. Family and Dispensing Chemists Phone 49 Resident Night Clerl; Stnikrrj Office Supplies BLANK BOOKS INKS MUCILAGE FILES and BINDING (CASES V. iMUISDII'S 1st tar lest if fliiii Ink 251 CITY AND DISTRICT .Dr. Lang of Tabor is in the city. W. 11. Weber went to Magruth this morning. _ Muy, express agent, is in Ray- mond today. Brttirriit" Jell} NmaMe taiy In 1 ft. Jars tanitnl htsk Fnit Nelson v otice! WEATHER BULLETIN II. Home left for u week's trip j Edmonton, fair............ ...-10 u> Calgary this morning. Battleford, dear 38 R. L'. of Tuber is in the city. Jack Stanley of Calgary is; in the city. _ A. H. Lynclr-Staunton, Pincher was in the city last night. EL BRAVA EL AMBAR S. DAVIS SONS R.W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters Li. D. King, of llaymond was in the city over a tnxiii; C1. C. ives Mueleod. is in the city visiting his son W. C. Ives. j of Inland lie-: venuer Calgary, is in the city. The great Burns-Moir flight at ihe Bijou tonight. 62-2 M.ISS Lizzie Kinniburgh has return- ed from Tabcr. J. Konny, inspector of Customs of- fices, is in the city on oflicial busi- ness. j. C. Barnard, C.P.1L yard foreman, got his thunb crushed thus inorning while uncoupling cars .in.the yard. F. Kirkham, -was a passenger, -on the outgoing south train, this uiorn- C. of Raymond, was In the city last night on his way to Salt Lake'City: .W. L. Thompson of Spring Coulee was in the city last night on "his way-to High Hiver. L. Coons, .of Hatch Coons, was a passenger on the Cardston local this The young bachelors are giving a dance :in the Bijou Hall on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. .'E. Reynolds Minnedo'sii, cloudy 42 Calgary, clear 50 I'rince: Albert, cloudy 10 Winnipeg, fair 38 Lethbridge, cloudy 50 :Swift Current, fair 36 Port Arthur, clouciy 36 Medicine .1 hit, ck-ar ...v.. Regiiiti. cloiuly 36 Bulletin From Central Oflice 20 10 24 22 o 23 2i 28 32 16 Fair und quite mild weather has prevailed throughout the prairie pro- vinces but during the .night it has turiicd somewhat colder in .eastern Saskatchewan and Manitoba. and a little colder today and on Wedncsuay. J. Shearer of Tuber, is in the city today. F. Ha mil to u went to RaynioTid th is: morning. The regular meeting of Ep- vorth League of Wesley Church was eld last night and was largely at- entjcd. The topic, Y'The True Centre of Life" was ably handled by Thos. the scripture reading being conducted by Miss "B. E. fi meeting was in charge of Miss Ilew- tt. Tiie monthly business meeting vas hold at the close- One of our local mail order people uforms us that ;he sent-to .Baton's or some the 'catalogue price of which amounted to S2.25 The express, to Lethbridge cost him exactly 52.25 more, making the to till cost besides the _ delay of getting it and buying it unseen. The Lethbridge Auction Mart. make You an Offer which Is Unique Bring your second-hand Furniture to, us and .we will take it in part pay merit of any new goods yon may purchase. Waddington Gbbon TELEPHONE 261 this morning to spend a-month in California. v Mrs. B. Ripley and'-her'brother rold Henson went to Calgary this morning to spend a few "days. The excavating for the new build ing to. be erected-by E. J. Hil) Co. is being done by the fer Co. Mrs. Edwards, wife of Dr. Edwards of Macleod, is the guest of Mrs. Bui- yea at Government ton Bulletin. A. Foley of the Department the Daily Herald W was started a number of subscribers changed from the Weekly to the Daily. J We are forwarding to these persons a statement of the amount owing on the Weekly at the time their subscription expired, and we would urge V. them to kindly remit to us the amount at once as we are anxious to remove these small items from our books. Be so kind as to attend to the matter promptly. HERALD PRINTING CO. MEN'S SHOES for all and all of tueu, but moie f specially for who tpiNreeiato a' ahbe which givec absolute aud comfort to Una Coot, and at the same time have the mim- luurn of atyler Our new stylet are desijftied to homes of great many feet. No break lug-in required F COW CO. Lethbrkige FIRE SEE FOR RATES IN GOOD COMPANIES ALBERT E. IVES ton 2, Ikr tod t PHONE Angus', Key returned frinn. fxlmpnton. __ _ __ _ ,_ OUR LETTER BOX. articles in LethbLidgc can be bought in this city for from to Cardston Star: It is with regret that wo chronicle the' departure of our old-time, tried and true friend, Mr. IT. W. Irwin, who leaves shortly to act as' clerk of District Court in ing the day in the city. A. C. "of IPinchcr'i Greet, was; :in. the city last night. A. if. Riliott 6i who is prominentfv; associated _ with, tKe i K JJlack Diamond" Coal Coke Co., whose bonds! he was instrumental in floating, was in 'the city this morn- ing and .went out to Diamond City this afternoon. v" _ The two Xonth lads who laid. covetous hands "on the prize chickens belonging to "McKnight Bros, were Lcthlmtige. Mr. Jrwin has a host of} t friends here who will always be in- terested in his welfare. We wish him much-success and prosperity in new. office -and. calling. The following social item from his LETHBRIDGE Poultry Show FEB. 25 and 26 1st DAY S o'clock leaves to r collect birds All birds nmst be at hall by 10 o'clock 12 begins 4 open vo public 8 and Pluck- ing Demonstration DAY com- pleted 12 open to public 8 p Caponizing ahd Plucking, Demon- stration 01 Agriculture "and John L. Longmorc, of Edmonton, judge at the Poultry Show, are in the city attending the show this week. J. W. Woolf, M.P.I', and wife, Ed. Lcavitt, and Ole Oleson of Cardston all passed through the city last night on their way to Salt Lake City. The Polander who was fro7.cn at Milk River is progressing as favorab- ly as possible at the hospital. It is not yet known whether his hands and feet will have to amputated. Mrs. A. Helmer, of Calgary who has visiting Mrs. Adam Link for 'the Inst fortnight, returned home this morning. Miss Link accompan- ied her. Spring work commenced at the Ex- perimental Farm yesterday when disc Sng_ was the order "of the dav. Su- Ot-tawix paper contains a capital idea Would its- practice in fjcthhridgc se- cure early arrivals here, too? The item says: "Every one ought to be promptly when 'bridge' is on and one hostess The first arrival (prompt) Frank Oliver, at Mrs. E.B. Echlin's charming 'bridge" of yesterday wasj proscntef.t with a handsome cluster of let off by Supt. Wilson and Magis- trate Humphries with a kindly warn- ing regarding" a more excellent way of becoming possessors fancy chickens. J. T. English, of Grassy for- merly C. Cook's bakery, of this city, -who was brought in two weeks ago by the Mounted Police on tho chargci_of robbing the dead body of an Indtaiy found drowned in the nvt-r, oeforc Supt. evidently appreciates this.'. for a prehmmarv nearmir this morn- t arnvr.l T -i _ _ mcr. L. Johnstone appeared tor violets by -the hostess." Canlston Star: Tt is rather too good a joke on our friend Sam .Tones the conductor on the A. R. aiuTl. to let it pass. Returning from tqn yesterday we inquired, "JTas Mav or Spencer got home said thy conductor, but the liaggago Mr. re-Kl it in the sstid. Herald." "YcsT I said the conductor, "if he did he must have walketl for he never come on this train. I know him well and I'll he never rode in this pcrintendent Fairfield also reports! We let the matter drop but snow drops in bloom. What do you I upon arrival at Cardston we obscrv- L. M. JOHNSTON E Bwmter un4 think of that for the 2-1 th of that the had indeed re- nry Remember the grand ball in the Bijou hall WtdntWay, Feb. M. H I N D'S O-lyr Honey and Almond Cream The Great Skin Lotion 50c a Bottk it J I Johnston turned but minus the capillary sub- on his upper lip which stance ex Johnstone appeared for accused. K. Shoultz, wholesale merrharvt. "of I'inchcr'; Creek" and who is hciuily -interested in the proposed rail from I'incher City to Pincher Creek -was in the "city last night. has recently re- turned fronio the east where he was successful in the company's bonds which will Ix; sold as soon as condi- the company meets certain tions. 31rK. W.C.T.U. ion organizer for_ Allwrta and katchewan address a public meet ing in llapti.st Tabernacle this evening at eight o'clock. Some spe- cial music-will.be proyidetl. "Tomor- row af lernopn at, there will be another at the same place, morfe for young To thv Editor tLethbridae pay tok krep' four''constables to protect-our goods and proiwrly? The reason-I ask tlve question is. this. We have lately brought to light one of the worst SjUies "of petty thefts that has ever been known in our city_- The police went to. considerable-trouble, and ex- panse hiring keeping a man specially on duty there for a-time and doing all in their bring tha to justice'. They done their duty; that the-city canf safely say.. But to know, .if-the "city authorized Water Master Fleetwood; to get busy to sjiend a portion time at our expense to assist and help the guilty man by-visiting him in his cell and going- to. the Barracks and- to the solicitor and Court House ami for him and give him a as. always being an honest' man. If the-y did, more shame to -.If, they did notJ authorize "Water "Vaster Fleet 'should he be allowed to do inbje could do, leave his work while employer was paying him? .It Jobkn as_though we are men and thi-n allowing another city overthrow -their workj Thanking-you for this insertion. Yours-truly, David the FrelMs (Continued from Frant Pagt.) appeared before the council in" he- half 01 E, J. Hill Co. regarding the permit for' their new building, This building, which is to be erected beside the Bijou theatre will _ come within the 'fire limit area. _ Mr.J John- stone stated that Mr. Hill had made his arrangements and closed the con- tracts for the new building before be knew that'the council intended to extend the fire' limits. When Mr. Hill had applied to the city engineer for a jwrmit he refused on the grounds that piuns had not been filed. He filed his plans yesterday afternoon but was still refused- Mr. Johnstone -wanted to know, why Mr. Hill had been refused a .permit. ..The obvious -reason was .to, hold unti the' fire limits, had been, extended. Mr. Hill could not be accused of try- ing to get in of the bylaw not kiiowmiHhe uctujn was cdni'mplated In asking the the city en- gineer's action" he was not asking-too much. He Basked that the permit be granted before the'bylaw passed as i should have the af ternoon. Mr. Hill stated that he was not asking for favors but fo his rights only.' it. stated, that th in your valuable paprr a challenge from a wrestler from Crow's challengSng Harry MuMoon to wrestle him. Xow, Muldoon is away having gone ca.st some' weeks agOr and if Mr. Oloson wants to take me on instead. T nm to tako np his challenge'to T am prer. pared 'to hiui anywhere at allj for a'pursc of the money lo be put up when the challenge is accept: V I will place in the Herald office when Oleson agrees to a mntch. The match is to JM the best two out of three falls, cutch as Police rukn. Speak >fr. 'Oleson, and tet xw haar from you. Yours truly, ,T. Ramsay. A Editor of Sir: Hugh Somiiiorville of is m-iiling to wrestle Hughes, of LetK- open for a hundred. There is twmty-Rve dollars availing for an answer through the Daily HeraM Open Close February 10Cl-2b 106 J 4b May July 10f b .lH12b Februarj' ...............nil 5Ql-4b May'.................... 56a S434b Ko. 3 White Febniary.............. nil 48 b May.................41 i-2a 41 b ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY tofcrf Th nil hi M February May nil 103 b Ml 1-2 No. 1. Hard Jfo.-1 Northern No. S Northern .v...............M33-4 No. 3 Northern..........'.......ff34 No. 4 M No. 78 No. 66 Feed I ......r. .T........t r so 1 4 Feed.J No. S While-....................WM White Wl-2 104 i Oliver? Hall FIVE NIGHTS The Famons Armgtoh Comedians And their in a of QREAT PLAYS Six SpecialVamlevilh? Acts Change of Play and Spccf- each Performance by i he each evening ntS Curtain at pm. -Reserreil, 11.00 ml mission ?5c. Children ;