Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 8

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page4 The Lethbridgc Daily Herald, Wednesday, January 19,1910. WmEMYARE VOTING TO-DAY Polling In Eighty Constituen-cies-Seyeral Counties London, Jau. uencies, returnine 81 members voiced lor members of the new parliament today, but few results will be known before tomorrow. The country \' ' ! r fflTte  � "SoiitBeasiEV" MMiotiiiiihU0tt\' Streetford; Leicestershire, Milton; j Lincolnshire, Spalding, Middle Essex.! Hornsea and Eilin; Middlesex, Horn-j sey and Ealing; Norfolk, Middle division; Northanishire east division: Nor thumberland, Berwick-On-Tweed, Oxfordshire, Henley, Rutland, Shrop-; shire. New Port; Somerset, east dl-| vision; Suffolk, .Sudbury; Surrey, j KinRston; Sussex, East division; War j wickshirr, Nuneaton and Stratford-on I Avon; Westmoreland, Appleby and! Kendal; Wiltshire, Chippenham;: Everyone Thoaght Sh9 WoM Going Into Conaumption, OiUa�d Tm> p��a4a teTw* W�*ks bT tlM Um mt Bordeok BlMd BitUra. Mn. Fred. Bltngi, Kingiten, Oat., vritw:-"1 wM completely run Jown, my blood wm out of order, kod 1 used lo get to weak I would be compelled to stay to bed for week* at a time. I couj'd moi est, waa pal* and thin; every one 19.-Eighty constit- vorkshiro East Holderns:' York-; l^ai.;;^^^"*^^^^^^^^^ shire North, Cleveland and -....._ ,. Tliirsk-Malton; York;' Yorkshire West (east riding); Otlcy; York-divi- shire west (north riding) KUan-d, LOOKING AFTER PUBUC HEALTH �ntil a friend advised me to use Burdock Blood Bitten. I did not have one bottle used when my appetite began to improN-e. 1 used iix bottles. I cained ten pounda ia two weeks. When I began to take it sions had their first innings anil these; Yorkshire west (south riding), Holm-i I only weighed ninety-three pounds. 1� Pp^. i juat aeemed to pull me from the grave aa I Wales Rurroughs, i^ve,, expected to be stwng'.gain. 1 Havreford west, Scotland wiU teU every sufferer of your wonderful Linlith medicine." The blood raachee every portion of the body to distribute nutriment and remove tire system for good or evil as the caae may be. Get pare blood and keep it pure by Vinioving erery tr�c� of impute morbid matter from the eystem by using Burdock Blood Bitten. It exerta a curative in-flvence unapproached by anv ethet remedy. For s�le by an dealers. Manufactured only by The T. Milbon Ce., Limited, TeroDto, Ont. seldom make their returns until thCjfierth day following tlie election but upon: broke, this occasion a half dozen departed, Counties, Kirkoudbrighfshire, from the usual custom and so with| gowsliire; Scotland hunough.s. Edin-; the few burroughs which polled today ; burgh; Glasgow, niackiriar, Brid.ge-: ^ete matter and waate product*. Cleariy j June there will be about a dozen results ^ ton, Camlachie. Central College, St.; then, any influence, good or bad, affecting known tonight. Of the 81 seats con-j Rollo, TradcFton: Greenock, Kilmar- the blood, must nacesaarily affect the en-tested the Liberals held 52 in the last | nockburghs; Ireland (cities and parliament, the Unionists 18, Labor-1 burghs) Dublin, College Green, and ites 5, and Irish Nationalists 4. The'St. Stephen's Green. Unionists however expect to make big - inroads upon the counties captured by DOUGLAS FRASER RHODES the Liberals in the landslide of 1906. i SCHOLAR FOR SASKATCHEWAN Today's polls are: London, Dept-, j,, IS.-The Rhodes schol- ford. Hack-ney north and south. Eng- arsliip committee for Saskatchewan, land and Wales, Counties, Berkshire, consisting of Lieut. Governor Forjjet, Abington; Buckinghamshire, Bucking-: P'^sident Murray and Chief Justice!--.- ham' Chesshire Bddisburv and Mac- ^^^^ ""'^ fT'" : OTTAWA WILL REDUCE LICENSES Tfi u T LTI rJ ..ih ""^ applications selected Doug- Ottawa, .Jan. IS.-The cit.v council cessfield; Cumberland, Cockermouth, Eraser, of Qu Appelle, a third at its meeting; tonight gave first read-DevonShirc, Tiverton; Derbyshire, year under graduate In the depart- ine without a dissentinc vote to a South division; Dorset, northern divi-: "'ent of history at Toronto unlver- b.v-lav- calling for the reduction of sion; Durham, Chester Lee Street; : . '^"'s selection was made In : the liiuor licenses, by nine. Essex, . Chelmsford; The report of the Board of Health presented to the council Monday night made sonic suggestions in health mat ters for the coming year, as follows: That the city council arrange for the inspection of milk and meat sold in the city. .That the health ollicer be given authority to supply the necessary help in the isolation hospital and to refit the same as desired. The report for the year past showed a total of one hundred and twenty-two case's of measles and twelve of scarlet fever up till June. The isolation hospital had been opened from the first of the year till tlie end of The clinia-K of thg scarlet fever epidemic had bfen reached in March. The health oi^.cer recommended that a constable be placed at his disposal when required to enforce quarantine regulations being carried out. He recommended that all meat vendors in the city should be riKiiiired to take out a license and that ^he .salary of the health officer should be increased It was point�l' out that the salaries of the health officers in Calg,ary and Edmonton where respectively a hundred and twenty-five dollars per CARNIVAL OF VALUES For Thursday, Friday and Saturday THIS PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE Is a time of BETTER VALUES-the booming of business when things are ptherwise quiet and lazy-a sale full of enthusiasm in the doing of larger business, and the outpouring of stocks that we do not want to carry over. And day by day, we offer mone.v-saving inducements that you can't match elsewhere. We can afford to do it-we buy for cash and sell for cash. Come tomorrow- better shopping In the mornings. at Toronto unlver- ,v-lav,- calling for the reduction of ,'"'"'^'^ ^^^�/'>�"�fjj""*"^^' sity. This selection was made In : the lliuor licenses, by nine. Dr. Bou-1 P" annum in those places. The sal-r-i r hirp �ontJcrsiandir.svcher, iiideimaii, iijtroduoeti the re=o-^-iry paid here was only five hundred (.Tloucestcrsnire, arrived at to select the scholars from i lutlon and the license commissioners i per annum which with the increase Hertfords, Kent, Tunbridge; Lanca-ithe provinces of Saskatchewan and , will decide as to what places will be sWre Northeast, Accrington, Lanca-'Alberta. cut off . I t THE eo.'s Stocktaking Do you want to save from 10 per cent, to 15 per.cent, on the purchase price of your grocery bill? That means quite a food deil in a year. We are here at all times with the very finest quality groceries at the lowest prices. .For the balance of this month we are quoting some exceptionally low prices on the very finest quality goods obtainable. Every article guaranteed. CANNED GOODS TOMATOES-Aylmer Brand, large tins 2 tins for ............................... Per case of 2 doz.-$2.85 CORN-Red Feather Brand per tin ................................ Per case of 2 doz.-$2.35 BEANS-Red Feather Brand. Per tin ............................... Per case of 2 doz.-$2.35 EARLY JUNE PEAS-Red Feather 5 tins for ............................_ _ Per case of 2 doz.-$2.60 RED SOCKEYE SALMON-Victoria Cross Brand. As fine a salmoh as Is put up in B. C. 25c 10c 10c ooc 2 tins for RED SOCKEyE SALMON- 2 tins for .............. -In flat tins JAMS AND JELLIES 5 lb. pails WAGSTAFFE'S PURE JAM-In all flavors, per tin ........... WAGSTAFFE'S MARMALADE-In 5 lb.. palls, per pail ........................ WAGSTAFFE'S JAMS-In 16 oz glass, all flavors, 2 bottles for............... 25c 80c 75c 45c WAGSTAFFE'S RED CURRANT JELLY- In 16 oz. glass, per bottle .............. WAGSTAFFE'S RED CURRANT-In 12 oz.' 2 for ................................. 30c 45c FRESH FRUITS (Cont'd.) APPLES-Good cookers. 6 lbs for ........................... 25c APPLES-B. C. SPIES-We have a nice lot of these apples and the quality is the finest that we ever saw. We are sure that you would be pleased with a box of these. BAKING POWDER Price per tin .. MISCELLANEOUS Magic in 12 oz. tins. 20c BAKING POWDER-The Polo Brand, guaranteed A. 1. quality. Price per 5 lb. 90c tin EXTRACTS-Pure Gold or MacLaren's in 2 1-2 oz. bottles. Price per bottle ......_ HAMS-The Matthews Brand. Something fine m the ham line Price per lb........................... BACON-The Matthews Brand. Price per lb. EGGS-All dozen candled. Price per SYRUP-The Edwardsburg Brand in 10 lb. pails, per pail .......................... 20c extra 22c 25c 35c 65c SOAPS ROYAL CROWN-GOLDEN ECLIPSE-6 bars in a carton, 2 cartons ior ..................... Per case of 144 bars-$5,25 SUNLIGHT - 11 bars for...................... TAYLOR'S CASTILE-In 1 lb. bars. 2 for ............................. OLIVE CASTILE-Guaranteed 100 cent. pure. 6 bars for ........ WEST-OR- 45c per 50c 25c 25c BREAKFAST FOODS MALTA VITA-5 pkgs for 55c. FORCE-2 pkgs. for 25c. SHREDDED WHEAT-Per pkg. 15c. TRISCUIT-Per pkg. 15c. QUAKER OATS-2 lb. pkgs., 2 for 25c. QUAKER WHEATBERRIES-2 pkgs. for 25c, QUAKER RICE-2 pkgs. for 25c. QUAKER CORN FLAKES-Per pkg. 10c. DRIED FRUITS COOKING FIGS-Imported, 3 lbs. for 25c. TABLE FIGS-Nice and moist, per lb. 10c. SEEDED RAISINS-In 12 oz. pkgs. 2 for 15c. SEEDED RAISINS-llS 16 oz. pkgs. 5 for SSc. FRESH FRUITS ORANGES-Navels, nice and sweet only a little small. Pric'j per Ac* dozen ................................ "^^ LEMONS-A fresh consignment just large size, per dozen ............ . received; 35c; MAPLE SYRUP-The Imperial brand, maple flavor syrup put up. Price per 1-2 gal. tin .............. The finest 65c in population in the past few years was not adequate. The committee on Health reported to the council advising the follpwing out of the suggestions of the Health Officer. It advised, thtp JnsAajHnjr.,.of .a sw?.nttc tank for sewage disposal. It recommended also th^t no labels be pasted on bread, that slaughter houses should '�M be inspected, that the police should ?p ! enforce the removal of all refuse to j the nuisance ground, that the present S 'line of ffaeo at liiv iiuisanw; ground ii� I should be extended, that the prairie ^ , should be burnt over around the nui-sance ground, that the scavenging de-partment should see that a general ^ cleaning up of all yards takes place $2 before the ground begins to thaw in ^ , the spring, that the city solicitor $ should be asked to see what steps could he taken to compel landlords to supply the necessary sanitary conveniences to tenants and that the health officer be paid a salary of $1,000 per year. Alderman Fravne as chairman of the health committee reported having engaged a nurse, housekeeper and steward at the isolation hospital. He recommended that the hospital be equipped with a kitchen paotcy and wash room. letter was read from the Provin-Board of Health stating that all cities in, Alberta were to be required to have a sewage disposal system of some sort satisfactory to the Board. The secretary stated that he had written to the Board asking, for plans for a disposal system that would meet with their approval. The various . reports were adopted on motion of Alderman Frayne with the exception of the salary of the health officer which will be considered at the special meeting on Thursday night. The- provincial- analyst will be askod to inspect the luilk being sold in :h,^ citv on his next vjsit here. Just a Few of Our Special Values WOMEN'S SUITINGS-Made of good fine wool tweeds in two tone stripes, light greys, shadow checks, plaids, etc; ?>4 and 56 Inches wide. Splendid for suits and separate sl-irts. Regular value at $1.25 and 7q� J1.50. Clearing at .. * KIMONO CLOTHS-In very liaudsome paltwus in red, green, grey, dresden, etc. A clearing of every piece in stock, mostly 25c and - x, 30c for ............ VEILINGS-You may take your choice of our best 25c and 35c qualities in .....an.y..e.n!or.fQC >>nlv-------Hzy, TABLE NAPKINS-A limited quantity In good quality, size 22 X 22 inches. Hemmed ready for use, ds-i A big bargain. Voz.^�2f^ -THE BEST SERVICE- Highest Quality Always Maintained In Our Groceries And the prices always the lowest. Telephone your orde* and test our efficient CCD. service. Road this. It'? a sample of our low cash values. TAPIOCA-A lb...........7c SAGO-Special a lb......7c SPLIT PEAS-A lb.......6c BARLEY-Pot and pearl, � ">. 5c RICE-Beat Japan, a lb. 5c COFFEE-Chase and Sanborn, freshly ground while you wait, 40c, 36c, 25c ONTARIO APPLES^-Spya, Sweets and Russets 8 lbs. 25c FORCE-Breakast food ' ..Price ..............12 1-2C 3ANNEO FRUIT-Pears, peaches, cherries and Plume .............17 1-2c ST.RAWBERRlEar-. In tina ................15c CODFISH-Acadia Brand, 2 lb. box ...............30c It Will Pay You To Buy for Cash MEN'S GOOD SHIRTS-In the very best Tooke and Hagen makes. Negligee style In pretty stripes and patterns. See win-� dows. Reg. 11.25 for 05c MEN'S SUITS-Are all radue 1 y Troubled With Backache For Years. Now Completely Cured by the Use of Doan'9 Kidney Pills. Thousands of women suffer untold misery every day with achiof backs tbftt really have no business to ache. Backache is simply ft warning from the kidnRy%snd should be attended tm immediately so as to avoid jrean of terrible suffering from kidney troublee. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you ia the same way they have cured thousands of others, and they cure to stay eurad. Mn. W. C. Doerr, 13 Brighton St.. London; Ont., writes:-"It is with years. Nothii^ helped me until a friend brought me " " ling a box of your Kidney Pills. I began to take them and took four boxes, and am glad to say that I am cured entirely and can do all my ewn work ftnd feet - wipwa-aa l-\i3iHi -ter tiefawarttHr sick. I am positive Doan's Kidney Pills are all :^ou claim them to be, and I advise ail kidney sufierets to give them ft fair trial." Price 50 cents per box or 3 for $1.25 at all dealers or .-nailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. When ordering spfteify " Doftn't," ANNOUNCEMENT ' EXTRAORDINARY New Theatre Opens Friday Next An Auction Sale of seats will be held in tlie Dining RoomJofJ tke LetKbridge Hotel at 3 p.m. Thursday, for the Production ojf| THE GAY MUSICIAN i_ After which S�at� will be on sale at THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE LETHBRIDGEIS THEUVEIEST LEOPOLD'S DAUGHTERS RECEIVE LEGACY Brussels, ,I;iu. Ki.-The Bank of lii-ussels today will divide between the fliiiu'litpra of the Itite Kmp; IvOO-pold the ?;!,000,000 left them at his death. The creditors of Princess Louise already tu'.vp received $600,000 of her share and the remaiiider �was to have been paid over to ' er today. cobalt ijekeated HAILEYBURY TEAM Halleybury, Ont., Jan. 18.-Cobalt defeated Halleybury here tonight 7 to (i in the fastest game ever witnessed in the north country. Special trains were run from many points and when the game started the rink was packed to suffocation. Overtime was required to decide the winner. Pauuy Moran and Ross, of the defunct All-Montreals, aprived here this afternoon and despite the long tiresome ride, -ley played a wonderful game. Tiiey, with Harry Smith and Throop, were the stars of the Halleybury line up, while Vair, McMillan, Clarke and McNamara were the pick of Cobalt. Jones in goal also put up a wonderful game. The score at full time was six to six. An extra fifteen minute period was needed, McMillan scoring the sudden death for Cobalt after three minutes of play. The game was a big betting proposition. Thousands of dollars changed hands on the outcome. A recent visitor in this city was Hon. A. G. Mackay of Owen Sound, the leader of the Opposition in the Ontario Legislature. Mr. Mackay made quit* an extensive trip through the West. It was six years since he had been oi:t here before. In an interview with the Toronto Telegram on his return he spoke of Lethbridgc and Southern Alberta thus:- "Every place I visited out west showed indications of prosperity," said Mr. Mackay. "Every town was the same-the inhabitants are always jubilant. You can't strike a town or village out there without the residents telling you of its great advantages. There's a continual boom and land in spots is selling at a high price. "Down in Southern Alberta, to mc. seems to he the really thriving and brisk location. I travelled through most of the provinces and in the vicinity of I.cthbridpe appeared to be the liveliest of them all. "When 1 was out before land was selling at five and ten dollars an acre, and i1: was not going very fast eitlier. Persons were saying that the prospective buyer in that locality was crazy. Well, now, its a different song Why, the land is now in the neighborhood of $,50 an acre. Tt's'practicallv the same all over." AMERICAN GOODS UNDER GERMAN TAX Unless Reciprocal Agreement is Soon Reached Berlin, Jan. 19.-The government has declared that in the event that an agreement upon reciprocal tariffs between the United States and Germany is not reached by February, when the existing arrangement expires, Germany's general tariff rates must under the law be applied to American imports at present comingj in under the conventional tariff. One hundred and twenty-seven articles will be affected. The Sauce that makes the whole world hungry HE tidbit touch to any treat; A royal relish for your meat Tjr 11 Woit:e9teilrhlre ilolbroa^ o aucc Made and bottled in England. toSS ;