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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta rtltST JOB PUNTING HERALD UTe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE M.ACE TO STAY to Uttetiy h tH MUtf mi Wash Machines When in need of a Wash Machine don't forget to call and examine our stock. We have a large assort- ment and the prices are right. We specially recommend i The One Minute Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention THE in uni GO. HEDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 4 4 W Eggs at 50c per dozen Now, don't yon think it would pay you to buy ;i pack-opt- of Dr. Hess's Poultry Pan-a-ce-a put up in cartons of 1% Ibs-, 5 85c.: 12 Ibs., 25-1 b. pail, We have Dr. Hess' Louse Killer, a thoroughly reliable ivmody. Treat your hens right. They will show good results. Remember, eggs sell at 5e. each. Dr. Hess' preparations sold at JJ, HipbotiiefnSCo.Ltd, FainUy Dispensing Ch Telephone Night c'.sric .The Store of Quality Just Received Carrots Turnips Beets Onions Cabbage Potatoes PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CO. TUe Only UHlQJi Store In the City BORDEN AGA.'N LEADER. "Ottawa. Jan. Op- position held a caucus to- night, 11 ml Mr. Bordeu placed himself in their hands. Man after man declared his faith in the leader, and he remains in the position. Qjy Ladies' Home Journal The Smart Set Bohemian Wide World Munsey Popular Argosy Ainslie's For February Now In i: lOBEBTSOrS BOOK OTOBE 1st fear Vest of Union Bank 261 Agents for Unasrwood Typewriters. T. Jessop of today. Brandly is up from Stirling i today on business. A. Blair of Saskatoon is visiting j friends in the city today. Wm. Sadowski is a stable j i on Courtland St. THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear........ 18 .4 Lethbridge, cloudy 38 19 Calgary, cloudy.....05 28 14 Medicine Hat, cloudy 33 20 Winnipeg, cloudy 40 S easterly winds, moderately cold, with local snowfalls. A FINE PERFORMANCE. The performance given by the Em- pire Vaudeville Co. at Oliver's Hall last evening was one of the best ever seen in this city and deserves the best of patronage. Ybur. the handcuff queen, is a wonder. She escapes from handcuffs and a milk am filled with water m less time than it takes to tell. One must see this act to ap- preciate its value.' The Delouias sen- sational acrobats do some very cle- ver tricks. Sigaor Jos. St. Clare, the European harp soloist is coming to hear. Grant Churchill Co. nnide a deep mpression on the audience with their clever sketch. The Billionaire. Dave Corton, the Australian comedian- and dancer made a big hit, his scare crow dance being extremely funny. Weaver and Williams are clever entertainers and on the whole show this show is worth three times the admission price of children 25c., adults oOc. and 75c. Reserved seats on sale at J. Hig- imposed in Lc-thbridgo was much greater thr.ti that of any other west- ern city, and that furbstoniiig could not detected. He was certain that the n-al estate men did not amount to 25 por cent, of the people who are doing a real estate business. Ho thought that every real estate office in the city .would give a j year toward the salary of a pub- licity commissioner. A motion that the request be not granted, and an amendment that the license be reduced to were not voted upon, and Aid. King's motion that the communication of the real estate men be filed carried. Aid. Hatch later gave notice of a motion to be introduced at the next' meeting of the Council, that by-law! No. J7, referring to licenses, be! amended. j R. C. Karris, of thf city office, was given an increase in salary of PIT month. Queen Quality THE POPULAR SHOE FOR LADIES, AT THE FOOT TOGGERY SOLE AGENTS i The Royal Collieries Ltd., fully paid up non-auess- i able shares at 37c. For full particulars see j j if ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK Salaries Will Not Be Cut Down inbotham's drug store. CITY A.ND DISTRICT. In the report of the Seed Fair the price of Kharkof wheat was quoted See what it means to be late for at per bushel. The price is lunch at the Eureka tonight. J. Sandquist has been granted permit- for a residence Round St. SI. per bushel and not more than four bags will be sold to any one ap- plicant. This price includes bags. A Question Of Beauty the- skin of chaps, roughness and redness with our Violet Cream! W. C. Simiuons will return from the' at tne The Mines and Forge at Degarville east on the flyer tonight. The city weigh scales are now ready to be used, being placed in position on. the market square. Each and every lady is invited to stick a hat pin in the Mysterious Fon- tonight. Sixteen cars of cattle came into the yards last night from points south of the city. Seven cars came from Raymond and nine from Cardston. The consignment is for Messrs. J. Y. Griffin, the meat packers of Winnipeg. Buildings Can't Be Moved Is Council's Latest Order (Continued From Front Page) Aid. King was opposed to the ac- tion of enforcing a by-law on 'a white man., as in the case of the tenants of the business places on Round St., which the Bank of Commerce ed to move, and .granting a China- man grace. If one deserved an amendment the other did. Bowman thought'the tineiie at the Eureka tonight. j On the same train was a car-load of Denner Connelly of Redfield. S. for Cudenger of Crystal going .out the skin Apply it before and it protects against chaps. Good for babies as well as grown-ups. Uterta Drug and Book Co. j Specialists 1.1. KM, Kgr lEniNttE is looking after land interests' in the vicinity today. E. H. Wynne came in from Little Bow last nic-ht and is staying for a day or so. 1 C. E. Stev-ens came in from Hav- mond last night and is spending to- day in. the city. "The report of the annual meeting of Knox Church is held over until to- morrow. The performance of "The Darling of the Geishas" was witnessed by anoth- er large and delighted crowd last night. "The Devil" at the Lyceum tonight. R. H. Owen, vice president of the O. W. Kerr Co. is in the city. He predicts that half of the Cameron tract will be placed under cultivation this year. S. O. E. tonight. Full attendance is requested as a change of night will come up for consideration. Thos. Underwood, manager of the Diamond mines was in the city last night and is now at Diamond City on the business of the company. F. German has received a shipment of ladies and childrens' shoes. The new lines for spring wear. City, also from Cardston. Tfiree Chatterboxes at the Eureka tonight. W. P. Morrison, city engineer, has been appointed to the newly created position "of city commissioner anc placed in charge of all municipal works at Medicine Hat. -_F. F. Fatt, formerly postmaster of Medicine Hat, was appointed secretary-treasurer, the two offices being amalgamated. E Eoberts, the former secretary-treasur- er, was appointed assistant secretary- by the by-law or tear Highness at the Ly- His Satanic tonight. J. D. McGregor, general manager the South Alborta Land Co., was ia the city severed days this week. LUMBER DISCUSSION hardly necessary. You do not argue about the superiority of a good egg over a .bad one. "You know it. Just the'same with lumber. GOOD, THOROUGHLY SEASONED boards sach as we sell are not to be compared with the other kind. If yon have had no experience in lum bet buying take a hint from those wiio have had plenty. They insist 6BP hiving good lumber only. They come here for it, because they know this is the surest place to get just ,what they require. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23 AMI 123 to the city to take a position in C. ;W. Cook's real estate Misses McLeay have decided to in- tend their miliiaery store and possi- bly add another storey. It will be made twice the present size. Archi- tect McDonald is preparing the plans. Thomas Judson has taken out a per mit for a residence on Argyle Ave. High-class vaudeville between the ecU at the Lyceum tonight. j Next Sunday, in all the Catholic i churches in Alberta, a collection ordered by the Bishop in favor of the! sufferers of Southern Italy. If any others would like to contribute they will please send their mite to Father Van Tighem, no later than Tuesday morning, when all will be immediate- ly forwarded to the authorities in charge of the distribution to the suf- ferers of the great disaster. Hugh Robinson, a C.P.R. engineer, was so badly injured in the right eye by the bursting of a water guage in his engine at Jtacleod last Saturday the injured optic had to be re- moved two hours later. He is a man of twenty-four years and. was most popular. Popular prices at the Lyceum to- night. "THE CHRISTIAN." The Stoddart Stock Company last night presented "The Christian" to a well filled house. This play is a strong production, and the cast of characters is exceptionally good; in fact, much better than the aver- age dramatic stock company. W. S. Stewart as John storm, the -Angli- can priest, is a very strong charac- ter, and is well supported. Glory Quayle, as the brilliant actress on the London stage, played her part in the many stirring situations of the play perfectly. This company is the best that has Appeared on Mr. Brown's stage in and most popular on the Canadian- stage, and the company is larger than usually comes here. Tonight "The with tw specialties between acts, will be pu on. This play has been the talk o the magazines for months past. should abide up the book. It would save trouble if it were enforced. Aid. Hatch thought the Council could amend a by-law permanently, but not suspend it. Aid. Adams said that if a by-law were faulty and could be broken, it was up to the man who thought so to break it. The request of Mah Tai was not granted. Board of Trade Grant. In response to the request of the Board of Trade for a grant of a grant of was allowed to meet the immediate needs, and the peti- tion for a larger amount will be con- sidered At a future meeting. Aid. fiatch thought this amount would take care of the board's im- mediate needs, and that further ac- (Continued Prom Front Page) motion to place the engineer on the same salary a? before he was granted the increase, as it would meet the same fate as the one regarding the salary of the secretary-treasurer. Aid. Adams would prefer to have the mayor and all the councillors present when dealing with these mo- tions. Aid. King therefore stated that he could bring on the motions every six months. One of the aldermen thought it strange that only two increases were asked to be rescinded, when three were granted, English Speaking Workmen. Next came the motion, That engi- neer? and other officials be instruct- ed to employ English-speaking work- men in preference to foreigners, mov- ed by Aid. King, seconded by Aid. Hutton. This motion called for an amusing discussion. Aid. Adams thought that an Eng- lishman ought to have, more spunk than ask for work in a ditch. Aid. Hatch thought it hardly fair to dis- criminate against people, since the Government had spent thousands of dollars in inducing them to come here. Aid. King, as before, tacked up his motion by principle, and cited cases where Englishmen were discriminat- ed against. Aid. Adams, however, corrected this mistake. The motion carried unanimously, and it was also stated that it were better to engage married men having families to support in preference to single men. j The Fair Grounds. The Agricultural Society were not ready to approach the city regarding the transfer of the Fair Grounds, so Aid. Hatch's motion was not brought on. The Assessor's Fault. Aid. King's motion, That the per- -----For bargains in- Groceries Cut Good's ad out of yes- terdays Herald and keep it for reference. Thursday, Friday and Saturday are bargain days THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. Phone 91. A Will exchange a 6 76omcd modem house, near the Central School, ,for North Ward Lots. Must have about on the trade. particulars enquire L. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonaid Block NORTH WARD LOTS 46x120 ft., on McKillop St., close to Railroad, 8200 each. Terms to suit pur- c baser. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK MARCIL IS SPEAKER. Ottawa, Tan. Chas. Marcil was unanimously elect- ed Speaker of the House of Commons today. straighten the matter out. Some people who bought one box of our Paper and Envelopes at 25 cents have co'me back next day and got two more at same price. Get. your share before it is all gone. JVJ. Johnston A Matter -QUALITY QUARTIRS- Wire Door Mats, 18x30 S1.50 Cocoa Door Mats, 18x30 Asbestos Stove Mats, in, diameter wire covered and metal bound, with and with- out 5c Staffonl-lgnew Co, "If You Live Out of Town write i A-UCI.U Liic per- tion could better be taken after the son or persons who prepared'the vot- innual meeting in February, when ers' list for the last municipal elec- all oificers are appointed and the tions be called upon to explain whv board reorganized. so many names of eligible voters were Aid. Bowman thought the efforts left from the list, called for -a gen- of the Board of Trade were lacking in eral debate. results, and that it might not be a The mover thought gross ne-lect bad idea _ lor the city, to have its I had been shown at the city office by 7 department- causing so many ratepayers to lose Aid. Hatch was of the opinion that their birthright by being refused per- this would rob the citizens of all mission to vote by the deputv return- effon- ing officer Aid. Adams was not satisfied with Aid. 'Bowman explained that th the results attained by the Board of fault lay in the assessor, and not in .Trade. He wanted the Council to go the city office. He was prepared f m.0 the matter thoroughly, and see admit that there was great careless the _ matter put on a business-like ness displayed in the assessor no basis. He was not at all opposed to supplying the proper information t giving the grant, the city oifice. Men who had voted Aid. Hutton thought that the pub- for years were not on the last two hcity department for the city, and years. 'After considerable discussioi district .should be-under one head, if. was left to the expert assessor to and not vested in the Council, Board of Trade, Agricultural" Society, etc. In speaking of the advisability of having a publicity commissioner Aid. Hatch showed that this would be this officer's work, as he would be expected to push ideas to a finish. The city is growing, and more work entertaining visitors would have to be done in the ruturv. Committees and individuals could not do this. One man had told him he would give a year to. be free from the obli- of entertaining the city's visit- ors. Curbstone Brokers. A communication was received from the real estate dealers of tbe city complaining of the great" amount of "curb-stoning" that is being done, and asking that the excessive li- censes which they themselves asked to be imposed for their OKU protec- tion, be reduced. Aid. Bowman explained that the real estate men's license was out. nf proportion to that paid on other lines of business. Private citizens were making real estate a side issue, and in spite of the fact thai the po- lice do well in spotting curbstoners, still the real estate men were but poorly protected. Aid. King strongly opposed reduc- i7ig the licenses. It was self-impos- ed, and the protection asked for was If curbstoners were breaking the law it was, the duty of the real