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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H. J. H. SKEITH (Wtiq Nut) Pipe- INSURANCE: TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY UHMW k'i mat BLACK- SMITHS SUPPLIES J i: Our rangn in blacksmiths' supplies comprises iilmobt everything from a horse shoe nail to ii machine drill. And it is all good stull', made by reputable makers who give honest value. We stocked up specially on ball-pien hammers and wrenches. Ask to see them. The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford sad Hick Wakely PHONE: 62 Or. tea's farttrj U a guaranteed egg producer Panacea is not a stimulant but a nutritious tonic which" produces eggs in nature's way In winter keep your hens warm, Feed Panacea and if you don't get more eggs and lots more return the empty package and your money will be refunded. Dr, Bess's Panacea for gapes, chlorea, and roup, 55e and i5e per Package Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Groceries Crockery We have everything any other store has and Trv CITY ANDDISTWCT Buy your shoes from F. German Supt. .1. S. Lawrence of Hat was in ihe city over night. C. C. Hain of Granuin is in the city. .1. Pou otson ami S, Hooves of Hay-1 mond, canio in to the city last night S. Hotchkiss, liecn.sc inspector, j is in the city again today. STEPHEN BON'S Marmalade And HARTLEY'S Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Nelson Why not own a i Reliable Watch A tune piece which cannot to (Upeoded upon to show ftorartU tijMt which hai to be, polled back or jogged aiuAd isn't'worth tvir.g tc a fish line for a Every movement and; we aell hat our per- sonal guarantee aud, be- extremely, low bring them within' easy reach of any pocket- book. C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St, near City Hall Herald in not "responsible fur 'exprouuxl in this col- umn. Ail corfespoilrtence mutt accompanied by the writer's uaine publication will THE WEATHER A. II. Wiu-luT of the C.L'-K. has Kdm'onto'n, snow IKVU ininsteiTv-d to Calgary. Mrs. ilontallwtU, of McGiHtvray. H. C., is in the city. cloudy i Red Dwarf 5 InK Pencils Price POST PAID 9 _____________ I'riiico Albert. clear cloudy C Simmons, M.P.P., is cxivct- fair cd home tonight, from Kdmoatou: 1 snow ifrs. MetlieraH of Manitou, ilsui., is visiting ilrs. Geo. Whelen, Diif- ferin St. 2S 58 10 l-l 0 52 1-t Swift Current, clear 28 Mtmiedosa, cloudy 2 Port Arthur, clear 8, 10 29 24 S 14 -12 -8 Wheat Markets OLESOM WRITES AGAIN Nest; B.O.r Feb 16, Sportmg-Editors Herald. As I have heard nothing from Mr. r Mr. _ Ramsey ha s-challenged KuldooiL I suppose he will accept him the same as he did, wish to.state that it is not Muldoon alone I wish to wrcitlc but will anybody, Ramsay included. _v I'lieard that' Mr. Muldoon claimed Korth'-West CRII- If he don't he wrestle me or is he four-flushing. .1 wrestle Ramsay or for from "to 1100 like to hear from one of them. Do not both at once. Hoping you will insert these lines in your paper, i remain, Yours for eport, O. OLESON. MIEN'S SHES for all and all kiiulg.of meu, but more for those who. appreciates ehoe which gives absolute eatu and comfort to the foot, and at the same time hive the maxi- mum of style. Par new stylet are designed to a great mftby_feet._ No breaktng-in required F COW to CO; UthbrWge IF 40 ft. Us OB Twniee ATM! ack, r x- dowi, balttce 6 ad 12 BMtb sot yw, see ALBERT E.IVES law.2, Hw Itafc PHONE 1-4T mmm BOOK STORE 1st Door tost of Union Bank Phor.e 251 -I Clear Havana Cigars EL BEAVA EL AMBAK S. DAVIS R, W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters BRICK BUiLOiflG, mim ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY Ail Ms of Tin M Iron Work J. H. .Cheney of the Mason Land Co. was a passenger to Warner this morning. The concrete buttmcnts for the C. P.U. bridge, on the east hill have been completed. The Carpenter's Union held a very j enjoyable smoker and cancert in the Labor Hall last evening. W. Trousdale and wife of Ether Iowa, among .the arriv- als last night. A llaultain, civil engineer, of Mi- chell, B. C., arrived in the city last night. _ Chief Parry is desirous that the people Avho identified 'the Sawchuck stolen goods would come to the of- fice and take them away. L. K-. Bennett and F. S. Hoc, home; steaders, in the north country, re- iturned to Alexander, X. Dak., this {morning. Kev_ A. M. Goidon left this morn- ing for Maclcod and Claresholm where he has some church work to attend to. Mrs. McClure and Miss McClure will hot receive tomorrow, but will receive with Mrs. Stewart on Thurs-j day, March 5th. I The Calgary Board uf Trade .is dis the important matter of the (establishment of a hospital for con- sumptives in Western Canada. The following notice ..will be of in- terest to many people: Ottawa, on Sunday, February ICth. 19Q3, the wife of W. A. Oalliher, M.P., a daughter. Tlie Mock Parliament meets tonight in the Y.M.C- club rooms at eight Bulletin From Central Office In most of Alberta the weather has beon very mild. In Saskatchewan it has been cold 'with some snow -falls and in Manitoba very cold with high wjnds. aud Saskatche- wan, strong winds with snow. Al- berto, light lo'cal snow falls but most Iv fair and colder. THE ARINGTON COMPANY This strong and highly recommend- ed company of twenty people with the Poliiiatier -sisters' ladies' orchestra begin a five nights engagement at Oliver's hall on Saturday, Feb. 29. itinagers, pre.-s and public are unan- imous in their praise, of Mr. Aring- ton's company. j Mr. J. C. Jenkins, president of the Guarantee Title and Trust Co., and joint manager of the new auditorium at Xeleigh, Nebraska, in an open let- ter just completed a. week's engagement with Arington Comedians which company we aengerTH wliih company .we engaged to open bur new auditorium. The engagement was" highly satis- factory to the management and to the pi-blic. As a whole this is-the strong- est attraction that ever played in our ciiy. Arington's Comedians will al- ways find a warm welcome and a full house awaiting them at any time they return. They can "always have our money." Prices 75 .cents and Seats now on sale. Open Close 1073-8 108 b May' 1113-8 1113-8b July ___1........ 1133-4 February T........... 51 l-4b May 56 a Xo: 3 White February........... 47 l-2b May a 525-8a Rejected February 371-2b May 40 3-4a 40 l-2b February- r.-.'...... 103 l-2b May 110 1091-4 Closing Prices No. 1 109 i Northern 106 No. 2 Northern "105 Xo. 3 Northern 99 No. 4 ....'f.-.'...................911-2 NoT 5 6 671-2 No. 1 503-4 No. 2 HUGHES.ACCEPTS To Lelhbridge Herald: Dear reply to Mr. Som- mcrvilie's cliallenge, I will wrcstlo him in catch us catch can style, best two out of three.falls. Referee and venue by mutual agreement. Ed. Hughes. THE SAWCHUCK CASE Lethbridge, Alta, Feb. 20, 1908 To Editor Lethbridge Herald: was amused x at Chief Parry's letter saying Mr. Fleet- wood did all he. could to assist the police. .It is 'hews to the; public but it looks bad for him -to assist, the police- and -then speak tor prison- er. Is not Chief Pany "capabl of (iuiiiK his work with his three con- .stablcs. If not I would suggest that he-resign" and letuCoustable Gillespic bf [the cliief of police and then per- haps we would not have to resortwto our water master for assistance. Through the 'means of Constable i.jiii catching- -two Bother mon, Xo 9 White .l 511-2 who way .navc been tried and on the constable being suspicious No. 3 White 48 Rejected _____ 38 1-4 a 45 At 104 u riock. Interesting dcbatre on old ago pensions and senate reform will take place. i F. German sells the best shoes. j W. P. Rogers of the iTritcs-Wood j accompanied by j Mrs. Tiogers and arrived in i tho city last night. 1 Mrs. Heaslip, who has spent the last two days in the city in the in- terests of the W.C.T.U. for which she is Dominion organizer, went to -'Mac- leod this morning. Oliver's'Hall FIVE NIGHTS Com. SaHy, Feb. 29 The Famous Arington Comedians j On John Hau- and Joanna Fettit, both residents 4 j of the country north of Lethbridgc, 1 wore married by Rev. Father Van jTighem in St. Patrick's Church. i j John Kenny, inspector of Customs, j left this morning for Strathcona, where he .is new Customs oflice, the business there having pre- viously been conducted through the Edmonton office. fire Insurance (jreneral Agent Mrtial, the Fire Uoratcc These companies, being members of the com- bine, a-rednction in rates. See me for rates before placing elsewhere R. V. Gibbons OU. Block Lethbridge Markets No. 1 Northern 16 No. 2 Northern 81 No. 3 73 No. -i Northern 59 No. 5 Northern No. 1 Alberta Hed 84 Vo. 2 A.bert'i Red 79 Xo. 3 Itod..................... 71 No. 4 Alberti: Bed 51 No. 5 Alberta 40 No. 1 WlTite 76 No. 2 White' 70 No. 3 White .......'.................'62 [No. 1 Rejected 35 of prisoner's house'he reported the matter and the prisoner was justice. Before .closing 1 should like to know- in what way Chief Parry-means by as sisting the police.. It would be in- teresting at the present moment. Yours .'truly, r David TvJng. civilized 'country, ,_whose .own' coun- "trymen would not stop at bloodshed to 'gain Ms release and threaten even the authorities to dare to carry out the sentence of justice (I am quot- ing a case from Parry-Sound, 'Out.') Who ,are the jncii ue want in this Dominion Men who ignore the laws and stop the progress of commerce (Port who commk. cruel murders and do everything which is opposite to the making of an" em- pire, or meu who uphold the laws and make the nation what it is? The item reads: Arrangements have been made says a. lleuter cable of Friday, by the piovincml authorities of Onta- rio to deport a_ disabled English- 'man named ISdward Barnshaw, who arrived in Ontario last May and- obtained employment with" a -farmer in Durham .-County. One day in tluly he was 'walking with when" a "gun latter' was carrying cx- ploded and'blew of! -Uarnshaw's right- hand. Barnshaw received fif- ty dollars "compensation, but as he cannot work he will deported. 'An-Judignant Britisher THE CASE OF J. B. STOREY Feb. 27, 1908 To the_l-klitor of the ITejralcl: am .sorry to have to wVite you in regard, -to last IS THIS JUSTICE Editor .of The llei-ahi: ,1 enclose a cutting from a newspa- per in which you will '.sec able bodied emigrant, after being ac- cepted -and as one who even- tually. will (or at least would have) become a citizen omlr fulfilled., his' role as "Empire Builder." But now [year's affairs, but it-is..clearly my [duty to correct ''some mis-statements ot your, corrcrspo'ndent' of yesTerday, B. Storey, v It'is a pity "himself to things all this time for now I suppose he believes" them.- In the -first place, concerning' the raised cheque, jt is difficult to get'at tjie exact conversation which took place iKtween ilie clerk who went to per cwt.......1.20 Barley ..............L. per cwt....... 82 [Flax per bus....... 80 Dressed Turkeys per Ib. 20 Ducks per Ib.......... 18 .........per 18 liickens...............per Cattle on the Steors Ib.......... -3 Cows per Live............ per cwt. Dressed per ewt....... Sheep: v Live per cwt. And their Patinatiw Sistgfs Uilies1 Orciiestri in a series of OREIAT PLAYS Six Special Vaudeville Acts Change of Play and Speci- alties each Performance Concert by the Ladies' Orchestic each evening atS Curtain at S.oO p.m. Prices -Reserved, Si. 00 General admission T5c Children 50c Seats on sale at usual place The ice on the is getting thin (in spots. Yesterday A. M. Bcn.sley of the Windsor Hotel, while down u round the bridge work, went 9 through the ire. In spite of the re-' warm wenther ho found the wa- j t tor cold. Ladies' Tailoring- hpafa Ladies5 Tailored Garments made to Order and Measure Svts, Sorts, IPBMS, tats, bWs i Latest Sty'es, Correct Best Xcw and Exclnmve Designs No Two Garments Made Alike, Uarar- Workaaiufcip. Low Prices Weekly or Monthly Payments H jon wish to bft stylish'.y nnd cor- rectly gowned wriie to Ci S5 StrMt M. W Man. fm Ix; deported as an undesirable alien.' Xou- it "that a man -ho after a Britisher and to hose forcfathei-s the Canadians owe heir- home, and, country is to-be de- because he has had the inis- ortune -to meet- with an accident, hrough no fault of his own ?w Is ic not as desirable as a man "who wis coniiuitied u murder and who not only: takes .the :lifc of :.his. fellow nan. but sows -the -seed of cornip- ion and law of a supposed Dressed per cwt f 11 jTEHDERS T" SKALED TENDERS addressed U to to the undersigned will be-received until 12 o'clock noon Thursday, Mar. 5, for the erection of a frame .public school building for, Lethbridge Plans and specifications be seen at my office. Room Block The lowest .or .any tender not necea sarily accepted; B. ROLFSON, 66-C -Architect L. M. JOHHSTONE Barrister, and Solicitor Office i.i.ng Union Leth bridge. HIND Honey and Almond Cream The Great' Skin Lotion 50c a Bottle I J- J- Johnston OF CANADA Ortriv Lcfttn 4 issued for the use" of Travellers, in all parts, of 'ttie world; Money transmitted to any point by CanKuiu Baokera', Dissociation Money OrderT Draft, Telegraph Transfer. ;x, -..H--'" Xegotiable handled on most favorable terms. A 81.00 Deposit starts a Savings "it any Branch, on which highest- current rate of interest quarterly. LETMBRIDOE BRANCH: J. R. e -has with av misfortune -whcre- y he Jost the use of his right and but is not to he ch'arler wns'clear. In strict conformity to the charter and because I that a num who did not understand it to he his duty to prevent crime; was a meiincK to the citizens 'instead of a protec- tion, I "suspended him, notifying the Secretary-Treasurer and the Chief to so'advise him, and called a meeting of the License and Police committee to report, the alTair. Concerning Store3''s not having -a chance to defend himself, "this state- ment is tin. absolute for, when he came to me with his A'ersion he asked for an opportunity of Ixsing heard which 1 at'once assured him uc'-Avould have, lie was notified of tile meeting of the Police committee (the 'whole Council) he attended it nud made his defence. With his objections to Parry I have nothing to do except that ev- idently Parry .should have wade coin- plaint and "had-him fore, the at the investiga- tion having shown Oiat he hadjnade the work of the department as use- less as possible Jjy his failure to do sis he and by neglecting to report what occurred while he was onr duty, the diary which he nightly being an almost continuous "nothing, doing." Parry's ivork in connection with the cheqiKs will not refer, to further than, to' emphasize the comparative futility of cmcklng coa'tj ami telegraph wires'after a man is away when a. gram of_ good_sense and the pressure of Storey's thumb and would lutve saved the whole trouble and the poor.woman her ninety Another item is worthy of note. Storey asks why the Council is paying him if ho xvos to blame and it is a question that others have asked without getting a satisfactory answer. As throwing .some light up- on Ihf subject it may he said that while the council investigated affair refused to pay'him for the the pplkv .office anil Storey, but it is work, not done, the council who so inconceivable th.it n -boy. even if ho far as we know, did not look into were dumb, running to a police paid him the money, f grossly raised cheque and' prc- sertting-it to thev constable he found there could -have any, other mission than .seeking his help, fence then was. that dc- thcy did not ask him to go, over about it and lat- Jthat ha had, consulted: a lawyer who told him he had no rigHt to ar- rest n'mnn. until he had committed a sir, ihe dismissal came about; in the Chief inform- ed me of the went over to the store where the cheque was pre- sented .and got my information -first 111! I III I I I I'll I IIHII take it, Mr. Editor, that to put it pleasantly, "they were generous to a fault." Thanking you, Sir. for your "T am yours truly, W. S. Galbraith. Same Old Donkey- nir-t Danker today for the first "time in years. He hasn't changed much." "Oh, he hasn't changed at all. but he doesn't seem to, realize it." moan? "How forever do you talking about "what a fol lie used to AFTERNOON TEAS and then up the-city Philadelphia Press. We have a private room for SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. desire to, tertain at luncheon or afternoon tea.can bft spared mil the tronbltj of an affair at .their home by making arrangements with us, The only cafe in the oily employing vhilc "help solely. Ladies drop in and have a cup of tea in our private dining room some after- noon. HUB CAFE I Conybeare BlocK tlfilMIIIIIMUIIII was once a man, Mark Twain tells as, wlidVouldn't sliingle his roof --wheu the- sun shone because it wasn't necestary, and "when it rained he couldn't. So he never got anywhere. There some Lethbridge bnsi-" ness folks whp won' Herald Advertising when business is good because they say they don't need it, and ,buainess is poor (hey decide they can't afford it. And they" never get anywhere, As ;