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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tiiiiiinry 1ft, 191t. THE LETHBlttDGE DAIIAMIERALO The Sign of a let Sealshipt the delicious tang.of the sold our stores. As registered agents of' the Seal- shipt System we can be abso- lutely depended upon to supply pure foody. You can easily identify us by; the blue and white enameled Sealshipt sign, outside our stores and the blue' and white porcelain Sealshipti- casc Thousands of oyster lovers arc new buying Scalsliipt Thousands arc enjoying the world's bost oysters just frcsu and delicious if.Queued uad eaten at their native bcda. J5ut the popularity of Seal- tihij't Oysters lie? not in their K irresistible pally It lies as wt-U is llitir absolute purity. TANGLE OVER 10NEY FOR NEW FAIR GROUNDS "Don't Know tyheiher They Have It Or Difficulty Over Sale of -Old I Grounds and Raising Money I Therefrom Majestic W. B. SHERMAN, Mgr. Phone '_ Direct from the Empire Theatre, Calgary U'lie joint of tho City council ami the Agricultural Society met In the mayor's ojlke yesterday afternoon and after consi.Jort'.blG dis- cussion, during which tho ciuesUon of the improving ol the new jaJr grounds was gone thoroughly in to, instructed Architect _ T. Williams to Immediately call for ten- cers for the'naain exhibition hall ;it ihc fene? .around the ground ihs on the oM-' >'ic .am. at ii'U'.wis was Or mount palvay work, .cost leuvmii a tnc cost of t.'.'v eight loot Fence, tiD-i leet ioiig nnd' painted with a double Shipped and Sold Under the Protection of the Famous Sealshipt System liven the where Scalshtpl re bafc.ourdtMl, r.'Idsiwii coit-it.intly tttle ami OoverninetJl tlic ol IxrtH nrc u-yiilarly lliu famous foul Sc'airlsipt Oysters are just plymp, solid, delicioun ;nor.scls of ovn'ter no waste. V.'hcn you XS1 for our.neu booklet containiujf recipes for dtlicioas oj-stcr dishes UHkao'.m iuland- la; oJ r-.Um along ine .west side, or inTi'air the incTyll to he oi'aoout S5 cents .per fool m February Clii. President C. J.- wmcD. he considered, -van not doing Kcxstonu thiJ Agricultural Society, S3 baii'.v- h.e had a race track which cos: u.n'J .'leet.oE fence which cost am! salvage from ?hs occupied the chair aud the present were Mayer Adams. Alder- mc-u Tiliey, Cootie-and Uo'.vman, Messrs. W. II. A. K. Eastott, tfobt. Nimmons and George M. Hatch. Financial Statement The meeting was briefly opened by Uic chairman, who caiiiti upon Geo. Hatch to take UP the financial statement .covering the receipts and To-Night and To-Morrow Night MATINEE ON FRIDAY v SIX _ v THE Jugfllen. THE RICCI'8 SAXOPHONE act. MR. AND MRS, HAP Artiits. HARRY And other high clan 75c, Me, 3Sc FRIDAY 25c Children' lOe' grounds Tvnich he valued at _ ll. Church, of Cosybears, Church j in ilie absence from thoj city of City Solicitor Conyheare.'.was present at the retjuest.ot' the core-: prepared in tho city offices and jire- aeated to the city council at Mon- days Plunkett Geo. We Arc Registered Sealshipt Agents avage, Jobbers A. Delany CATTLE DRIFT i IN THE STORM Bleach Taylorvilie -Stock Losses Not Ser- iaus Near Cardston v.-ix.'i tinH rs'sultcd as follows: S. Hcach. tn-cl'.-cl Spt-ii'.Tr. Bun. Messrs. w of the ps an-. 'H...C. I rattle from the ICr.iglit Sugar ranch have tlrifteil. It sccsus f broke rar.di fences fsvapcd south, until I rrariml llic loundury line report ihai a number '.vent on throuui; into Montana, while'others '.hey turnrd, I along tlie Icncc. nori.h expenditures in connection with the mittee to give ah opln'ori on the legal ut Victoria Park and tho building points Involved in ike proposal to ky up o? ths nev.- grounds which wns potnecate the" agreements sale of victoria Park'lots'in. order to raise the money required to complete iliej ouiirttugs and improverceius at the' .Mr. Hatch pointed out that in tho grounds. He 'doubted thai, the city, 1 statement In question the Society had nad the right to raise money .by hand- ijeeu debited with several things that mg over title to the unsold portions should not have been charged to st of Victoria "Park would prac- aiid had not been credited with cer- tically amount to-giving.a mortgage lain amounts with it should ,on a city asset which the city cenam- j.nave been credited. Lc'cr instance, no jy did dot have the power to do with credit nad been entered of the pro- out leave of the -ratepayers.-. H> ceeds of the debenture issue thought, however, that it be made by the'city when it took within the limits of its the s'rounds, amounting to ny to" get a bank to advance money! and had been charged with on the agreements of sale of lots al- engineering expenses. This he main- ready sold. Goode raised the tainsd was an altogether excessive point that if the city did not .have charge. All the work the engineer- power to ruongase the unsold of ing department had done at the victoria .Park, it ivouid not have tho rair grounds was to lay oat the race; power to sell such portions, and if i track acd run a line tor the lenco. IAMB OPENING the new they did not have power to Ecil ihern er's attention the omission oi the proceeds oi tae debenture sale. Aid. Co-'s thpv ana they! Aid. remarked that lie had, .jt could not "have .had the to 'already called the secretary rtreasur- seil.the lots that were sold iasr and asked if all the city wo Ooode, Tiliey and liorrnian all agiec-1 to" it at Her.d'.rton rk v-ith-l rQe ensincerinj charts appear- out fji-gt to the and Mr. ami ciiTlinc; ia cxcesslve and concluded thut -in it be V.'halcvcr the case, it error had jjjgjg in eiiargiQj up posilively ihat a vi-ry iargn LQ nmnbt'r, yaiionsly cstiiualcd at froni! BANTS LIKE THE BY-LAW CHIN ITEMS Mrs. Jim Bacon bas been scnotislr il! the past week. Mrs. Wnu Lust has becft suffering-, j Iroin, a severe attack o! larnppe _- Mr.-and-.-Mrs Herman Lust -tartc-l the Jots -old Business Men Ob- for h-omwead oorlll Of t Thursday. Mr. and F L pillar 1 sj.wr ject to Early Closing Society the serins expenses in regard 10 the .in iz Jar.. IT tt'i'.h nd fortr tir-i tfi'TBlim "f atiiT !nr work. Kcw Year's rclaitvcb near Chin R. C. Cory made a trip of the river last week. Caittc Drift r rot'i-Rt sTonu. ;ar to is included tho grand stands i-2ace'l to annual irpfCt cnl of wnrW hast lu the pa it iVnni in Thr 1 irr.s. In their condition it Sat v-.-esl end of Henderson Pars. he very liiRicnli to move them I the bHiidlng moved loss hack ro o-.vti ired sroiirids or to ,viuiin its rights in doivs; so, .there Being a diiierejice iu soil- Taber, Jan. i'he b iiisr and borrowing. he said the old council to "close all shops j hc'was giving an oithaud opinion only, j at 6- is not satisfactorj: to a'great f .sPflIJS ocau-i ir. was which rciuired somo; of ths raon which Chin wuo a carciisl into ard iic sugsested. rnis" was 'meeting good .that if'they, could v yntll nest; men held this evening. or he. look in-; aDout it -and also hrt into it when he ...on i stables :or Dl horses all erected at the sniaii ranrh-j the company's libiral supplies of hay uev grounds, band stand, brcaust- of shov and iiu-ir own stand, ladies' dressins' re It put) o- loss on Saturday. This arrange- %vas .taereu'i-on agreed to. Building Plans m -j-jie committee tflen turned hacn feet of lumber.all to aiyiu _ot the exhibition build- j and the invci ,MT. Conybearej U-S5 into. As a ie returns Irom Win-' 3Ult it vtiB decided to ask the conn-i cil to rescind the bylaw, and leave j the matter to the business men ihenvi selves, who have appotuted a commit-! tee to formulate an agreement stut-j able to of the toTvn, and Nervous Prostration vjllc. oi Wiicrcver thpv broken into 1 the} with straw stacns, iiu-.y .-______________'martp short work ot f tit, J.L? V .V'-'V fc k> ISC Vfc- i ed up v.-ith nails drawn icady for use' lna. was "ti :recl out that desires of the parties at "the new grounds. This salvage he or wu .d bo "required to put which will be tried as an experiment Mata You Weak, and i placed ai Recapitulating, he tce -ie.v randif-rs' feed, t snoweij ,lnt :i- Jhe commenf-cment in shape to hold the H. Fairfleld -sk'ed that in They car. now in ihc snow 1510 the Society had a charge CVent of Messrs. Conybeare and !ior the grass, but it! ilio if found satisracfory, the council willl then be asked to pass a bylaw along! Wherever.there are sickly the lines of the a s'reem en t arrived at.j with deranged thejr' in Ihc snow 1510 tae Society nan a cvent Ot iMessra. auu r- severe wea-1 it of A fair had since been' cnureh Deciding that it Is necessary At tac present stage of Tabcrtj -V !l their novrs wctv neid at a cost, over and aoovc gate; ,o ?ct tne ratepayers' permission be- development, a bylaw such as was, Prtk restore tht tinw, obiUinMml h his im-i or vich rhe govor- tore money on the lots thof passed, was deemed to be very un-l centres, and Tt ii'4 10 cer! l mcni araut yet t0': Cltv ?tl11 WOUld k advlsabl0'! as there is-so much nervous system to Jos, on this hi-Wii. fwni a number1 Conie- ar'd oi ojiinions expressed thi' From ?hc south-west Sol. Lowp re- 1 ports if any, losses it: the dary Crook j R. Ricknivrr, from the Kerr can appreciate the situation racc c it be possible to have the exhi MONTANA a rapacity of "p-io-ilPtf 1'i'aiing nd Telephones in THE HEALTH PLEASURE RESORT Or MONTANA ss the CARLSBAD OF NORTHWEST THE ilODKKN HOTKf. AND 3ATH TlOi'SK at Rouldor Hot SnrinRs. Montana.. was ojv-nod ibn publk J-.ily 2Ui. THE HOTEL is situatrd in ?no .MOTXTAIXS. with most 'CHARMIXG SURUOr.VW.VGS. throe 13) miles from Boulder. Montana, frn'r.he main lino of rho Xorf.hcrn Ry.. -the Elkborn Branch ot tho Northf-rn Pacific, nruiway between Hel- ena and Hutie. TlfK HOTEL IB of Hio Mission Typo, has rooms, Elegantly K.nrnisliPd. wi'h an 1'lant. Blcctric Lights. Hot. :md Cold Water, room. TFIE BATU HOUSK which is connected to Hotel. oquip- with Prix'aie Tub Baths. Priva'fi Vl'niccs. r.ii'l Paths. Xatura! Mineral Wator Vapors--. and Manicure Departments. The appoint racnts in al! (Ip.p.irtir.tmts. r.nd in charge of Cdr.spctent and skiHril nncnd.ints. THE MIXKRAL of this KNOW.V TvAR RESORT, come from many springs, v.-.r.sin? in icmper.innv from io I8S degrees hot nrnl RTC for fhe (THK of UirEHMATISM. CONSTIPATION. NKRVOrSXKSS. STOMAHL KIDNEY and LIVKR COMPl.-xiXTS, IILOOi; ntftor AILMENTS.' THE double, SS.'irt np: JlT.r.O por -.vrok and up. acrordinj; to room location, etc. T'e.eso ratos include and FREE uso of THE wirh ni.AXKKTS FRKK. THK IKTTKL is under the MAXAGK.MKXT OF J. K. MvCOK- .MH'K. who hn? had many years' oxporionco han'llin? resorts of this Icind. Ail coiiifiuinications should he s n. Company's nolriincs in Tp. '2. R. reports as to sheep losses Hi on tiir Tanner ranch, or from the 1 larkpr h'nich. lie states tliar -ot more than 30 Itnvc hern lost by Harden who' is rlwrgr of the Taiitsrr 7'nncr-i, nrr .soinc I..NOO h-v. Harkcr Piping's hunl hau> on- i ly 70 head lost. j From the west .Messrs. Wilhivd Sor- 'J. Sniilli and .loliti T'. j Parish, rcpfrt few. if any. j.n'il thr small ranchers hai'c j tlirir cat tip hrhl near by i Coal! CcaHJ CoaFIM iho cry is tor "mom coal." The (tol' agency horo iihad to limit" purchasers TO lots jjhiiT arr now coming in bef- the is favorable. of tht1 can.cht with j amount spent in labor, teams and mo haU in time for tho IRlr- Qecips for 16 Ounces cf 4 I Ala. Tjlley to the relief, faow- ver. and polvrvtl out ihat there was 'on v. D. Ward, writes: "I take pleasure in sending you'.' my testimonial in praise of your burn's Heart and Nerve Pills. I suffered terribly with narvous prostration; and btirling, Jan. was receiV' became so I was not able to attend. STIRLING NOTES v oar) riollars paid Cd here a few fltye ego that Mr. Thorn to my household duties, and .now I can -_ ex. n rmerf of twa y tnatl 0.0 hto 1 N'c Setter Remedy at any Price. Y FuHy Guaranteed. T iMMvsrm -.vooisl coti died at his home iu Farmmgton, co-ula tjc bnrrou-cd on thie-Mr. SpacKroan's son anrl daughter, Mr.; _l __ 9 T them. rso boxes'stoppetl my Milbucn's Heart and Nerve Pills .ve' -TOc. per box, or 3 boxes for ?K25 at iH i a pinin syrup bj mixing two cups of granulated scsar and one cup of wanr. water and stir for two ni5n- :ites. Put 2Vj ounces of pure Pines (fifty cents' worth) in a 1G oz. bottle, r> t -TUC. per DOS, or oox-es tor havir.g to 20 to thejwuuam Spackman and K. .1. de3jcp3 or og receipt of: people, there was left for that place a few days p by Mjjbjjrn Co., Uinited, :ng in Lbe ;U-- build- to be in attendance at their" fath- Toronto, Ont. ing gone- v. If it was er's funeral. i__ _. through a byiaw to necessary !o Artuur Maas. ffha has been spending and Mrs. Perry Ripley Transfer Gft, promptly attended to and grain for quintfty. Sit. Ismnil supplits. rrpori sitiTcriii- (iur- remedy is surprising. It scezns to take instantly, and will usually stop the most obstinate cough in 24 hours. Ir. iones up the jaded appe- tifc and is just laxative enough to bo helpful in a cough, and hes a jileas- ing taste. Also excellent for bron- cliial trouble, tnroat tickle, sore :o go anead and on hall. week. Messrs. Theodore Braaflley, A, E. and J. H. Adams attended the Chore Boy's Mistafcs Causes 3 Scnss-; ticn on a Farm near HamT-onci Chicago. itsrcw a iins thr COM! spril. No serious cases.! aad" an unequalled rem jhowpvpr. A winter's supply is a good cny for whooping rough. tliin'r any lime. This recipe for making cough, rem- I i cdy with Pir.ex and Sugar Syrup (or i Personal .Mention j honcy'j is a prime faroritc j TV Biilcovski is rrpnno.1 ns imnrm--' in thcscssiJs of houics in rne United iiinir rapMiv rxprcis to icavr States and Canada. The plan has II been imitated, though never success- ;ftaK this wcrx. so rnpid has 1 fuUy_ If you try it. use only genuine pursued oy four of his norscs. As pT [pus j pjaex which is the most valuablo-cow dropped from exhaustion (hei Mrv who has dan-1 concentrated coir.pouTid of Norway farmer ran to the rewoe, exrcctiug ill. is rcport.-d .extract, and is nch_ in her trampled. Instead the horses "SALTS" WITH ODD RESULT 'funenil of Wm. Redd at Raymond last txiesday. j i-'riiJaj- evening Wen's As- fave a dance. Each] Jatiy given badge wiUi Jan. ,r 1 .eauiei acnr Hammond, Ind.. .astounded yesterday afternoon at Hs of his herd of AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Live stock and implements a specialty. J.A. Smith, Wood Su, Letbbrldge, Alberta. Regular sales at J. C. ?-s' Sale Barn. Vv'ood Si., OB lie second tourtb Tuesday, of each month. and irx- ;enTs paid pf r I'O-id for Ltdy .drawn, i I people J. E. McCOKMICK, Manager BOULDER SPRINGS, wniifi noii iu FCC ner iraoipiea. iio.i.-us, v. _.---. .s rcport.-d ptojsrcw-j OTd all thc natural rngcrir licking her hide. Inves-'Mjs? fevftraWy. j pine elements. Other preparations u disclO5ed ttat a fhore two-step and H A .nployed, when toldto .v. rrcca: aniliisori thc o: or promptiv refunded, gees tbo cows hud carefully nibbed _ r _ i TT.-r ..i trolr all fvcfr wrvrlfSne' it' 'I he t 1. MONTANA. Mr. Mrs. Wolsr rV.ild iV.'c (ioir.c; wrH Motln-r or money promptly refunded, gees too cows hud carefully nibbed the. xcith this recipe. Yonr dniggist bas sait al! over thc animals, working it" Inc Pines or get H for TOTI. K not, into the hair, and the horses send to Tne Pinex Co., Toronto, OuL fc.m.rrv.-' line ou loomed by VTESTEKN AXJ> J CO. Highest market trices paid for hides, furs anc jiink. We also buy and sell all oi second-band furniture, ladies' and fonts' farnisbJnss, jewel- ry and musical instrument. Office and Crabb St. Opp. Phcr.e 442 Lethbridoc, ;