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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 The Daily Herald, Tuesday, March W Pay Y ou to Get Acquainted HAVE COME TO LETHBRIDGE because we know there is a good opening for a furniture store- We h loads, and are offering the following bargains at our opening sale.- We were fortunate in being able to; secure this low figure, and will give those who call on us during the next ten days the benefit SALE STARTS TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY MORNING These Few Prices Will Give You an Idea of the Values We Are Offering ve just unloaded three car stock at an exceptionally SIDEBOARDS Royal oak; British beveled glass; large and roomy; beautiful designs. Reg. price Reg. price Reg. ?23.90............Sale price Reg. price ?1S.OO............Sale price Buffet. Reg. and S2S.35 ......Sale price BEDS 111 white and green enamels, iu 3 ft. 6 and 3 ft. Reg. price "Reg. price Reg. price Keg. Price Reg. price BED COUCHES Upholstered in green and red velour and art leather. Reg. price Better class. Reg. ?16.00............Sale price One 4 drawer; British bevel glass; gold- en oak; beautiful design Reg. price Dresser and stand in royal oak and gold- en Elm finish. Reg. ,........Sale price Reg. price Reg. price EXTENSION TABLES 1 pedestal, finish royal oak, S ft round top. Reg. price 1 dining room table; round; S ft. Reg. price Square Extension Tables in royal oak and golden elm. Reg. Sale price Reg. price GRAMAPHONE Reg. price SPRINGS Double wire and fine weave. 'Reg. and Sale 2.15 MATTRESSES 4 ft. G in.; 4 ft.; 3 ft. in.; 3 ticking-; excelsior filling; wool faced. Reg. price Better class, all felt. Reg. and price LOUNGES Upholstered in best velours and Hart Reg. price Reg. price STOVES AND RANGES No. S Stoves; good size oven; good baker. Reg. price No. 9 Oakland; 22 in. oven. Reg. price No. 9 range six cooking holes, excellent baker Reg. price These are just three samples of our big assortment. MOKRIS CHAIUS AND EASYltOCKERS Golden oak and Early English finish; cov- ered with velour. Reg. price DINING ROOM CHAIRS Upholstered in genuine leather; quartered oak. Reg. price Kitchen and dining room chairs from 35c up COLUMBIA GRAMA- PHONES Reg. price ROCKERS In all finishes and different designs. From up to WINDOW SHADES Hartshorn 'Roller. Reg. 50c...............Sale price 25c G-oods Delivered Free to Any Part of the City GO CART, BABY CARRIAGE 1 Motion folding cart Sa.e price Keg- 516.00 Sale price PARLOR TABLES Golden oak and .M H, round and square ?r'-50 Sale price Reg. Sale price ReS- Sale price ROCKERS AND ARM CHAIRS In Early English finish. Sale price Table Cutlery at reduced prices. Tke Meltzer Furniture Company Round Street, Opposite Eureka Successors to trie Gcen West Furniture Co. TRAINS ARE MAROONED IN SNOW BLOCKADE. Tacoma, Wash., Feb. snow storm, which s carted on Tuesday, is still raging in the Cascade mountains, and the transcontinental railways are experiencing the utmost difficulty in keeping lines open. On the Chicago. Milwaukee and Puget Sound j R. R., near Keechalausa, a work train i of 150 men with a big rotary was mar- j oosed yesterday in a big drift, and without provisions. Provisions were sent out to-day on hand sleds to the marooned men. Drifts fifteen feet deep are reported in the mountains. CONTRACT MONEY WAS WITHHELD Four .Million Dollars oi' REGINA TO HAVE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL Contract on N. T. R. Has Been Withheld Ottawa, Feb. Winnipeg de- spatch that the contract money on the National Transcontinental Railway has been withheld was officially con firmed here. This is due to charges of over-classification by former chie [engineer Lumsden and 'now the sub ject of inquiry. At the present tim there is held back on the McArthur contract. Regina, Feb. have been let for a new modern public school for the south eastern section of the city to Wilson and Wilson of Regina, their !ORPORATIONS WERE INDICTED Had Heart Trouble. SAYS RABIES SCARE IS NOT WARRANTE Toronto. Feb. Morphy, of Toronto, dog and cat, hospital and tender price being The build-i other local authorities, who have ing is 131 by 75 feet, two stories, 12 made a life study of dogs and their rooms, with a drill room on the main diseases, say the trouble at present Must Produce Minutes oi Meetings or Face Dis- solution Xew York, Feb. Capiases for the United Meat Packers, and summonses for six indicted meat corporations were ordered by Prosecutor Garven of New Jersey, who will later hand them to Sheriff Kelly for execution. The sheriff will find out who of the j indicted men are in his jurisdiction. Mr. Garven said: "The indicted men know of the in- dictments, their lawyers have confer- red about the indictments and pro- ceedings will now take their regular course. Some time this week." con- tinued "I will make' applica- ti6n for the dissolution of the char- ter's of the corporation Trust Co., and the corporations named in this prose- HERO OF SUDBURY WRECK HONORED MEDALS All Wherever there is weakness of the heart or nerves, flagging energy or phy- eical breakdown, the use of Miibum's Heart and Nerve Pills will soon produce healthy, strong syitem. 4 f f Mre- M- McGman -f- Debec Junction, N.B., 4-Can Do Her4- wish to 4- Own -4- tell you what Mil- Work burn's Heart and How. 4- Nerve Pills have donr for me. Three years afo I -was eo run down I could not do my to a doctor, and By Sir Thomas Shaugh- By Royal Rey- 4- 4! -4- 4 4 M M nolds tion Gets Presenta- ographfcal quickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals the throat and 25 NUMBER 96 ON floor 24 by 64, and recreation rooms affecting dogs of Ontario is not rabies for each sex. The equipment is the j but distemper. All these authori- mosot modern procurable for all branches. cution if they fail to produce the min- muzzling dogs. utes of their annual meetings and oth- th'ejties "decTare'tharthere is'no need of er records as bv the sub' poenas. Counsel for James E. Bathgate, jr., one of the New Jersey directors in the meat combine, appeared before Judges Blair and Carr to-day and bail for was furnished, so as to ap- jpear in court when wanted. Call and Inspect Our Stock This Week told me I had heart trouble and that my nerves were all unstrung. I took hia medicSae, he ordered to do, but it did me no good. I then itarted to take Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, and had only taken one box before I started to feel better, so I continued their use until I had taken tevers.1 boxee, and I am now strong and -well, and able to do my own work. When I commenced taVinf your Dills I weighed 125 pounde, and now weigh 185 and have given birth to a lovely young daughter, which was a happy thing in the family. When I commenced taking Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve Pills, I could not go upstairs without resting before I got to the top. I can now jo up -without any trouble." Price, 50 per box or 3 for at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by T. Milbum O Toronto, OuL Montreal, Feb. 28. Conductor Thomas Reynolds, hero of the Spanish River railway wreck, was presented with a gold watch and a substantial cheque by Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, president of the C.P.R., in recognition f the company for his heroic work. ir Thomas said: "While we expect man in our employ .to do his uty in such occasions as this, we eel that your magnificent work de- erves exceptional recognition." Sis Thomas also referred to the high onor, which had been conferred on the onductor by His Majesty, the King, n awarding him the Albert medal. Reynolds thanked Sir Thomas and experesed his appreciation of his ser- PRESBYTERIANS WANT SOME AMENDMENTS w. some particularly and Stands and For are showing lines in Dressers Buffets. Library Chairs and Rockers a speciality Our Prices are as Low as the Q 1 Lowest Always 'M. 1 The Standard Furniture Co. the Local Option Laws of Province of Manitoba the Winnipeg, Feb. Presbytery jot Brandon has passed resolutions urg- i Ing the Manitoba government to am- i en the liquor act so that only resl-1 i dent electors can vote on local option j ibyinws. That towns and villages may; combine with municipalities for local voting and that the clause per- itainjng to the rights of private clti- to bring liquor into their houses in local option territory may be more i specifically stated. o Successors to THE WHITE FURNITURE Crabb St. Opp. the Herald 3 Doors south of the Bank of Montreal I STRIKERS HANDLED South Bc-thlehc-m., Pa., Feb. 2S Strikers and sympathizers resorted to disorderly .methods to prevent men from going to work today at the Beth- I lehem steel works where a part of the! working force has been on strike for; three weeks. Tho strike sympathizers i i gathered near the gates of the plant, anu many of ths workmen who at- tempted to pass were roughly handled. So far as can be learned on one was seriously injured. Silent Salesmen Showcases will increase your business. You cannot afford to be with- out them. We are offering the best value in this line on the mar- ket. Let us o.uote you. THE D. R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE CO. TMsonburg, Ont. ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO. WHELEX Box 687 Lethbridge, AUa. Society -jSImckleton Peary. Biitt and Ab- i brussaei Ilrcd Rome, Feb. 2he Royal Geo- graphical Soctept evening made the awards andr distinctions for the year 1909 dows: Gohl medal Ernest H. Shackleton, foi "nearest South pole." Gold medal mmander Robert E. i-eary, lor discoverj" of the North Pole. Silver meda MAIN LINE DERAILED, apt. Robert Bart- lett, who conned the steamer Roosevelt on expedition. Silver tablet Duke of Ahbniz- 7i for his exp] to tlie Himalayas where he madcord ascent. 1_______ Vancouver, Feb. broken rail near Spence's Bridge, was responsible for the derailment of several cars last night, about 11 o'clock, on the G. P. II eastbound train No. 9G. There are no casualties reported, loss of life being averted no doubt by the care- ful manner an which the engineer was driving at the time.. Although the mountain section of the C. P. R. pre- sents a great many difficulties, and the tracks are laid close to many dan- gerous precipices, the greatest care is exercised, and all changes in the weather are carefully figured upon by the engineers and those in charge of the train service. being warmly congratulated vice. After jy Mr. McXichoIl he left the presi- dent's office to join his comrades down stairs and receive their felicitations. FIGHTING WHITE PLAGUE IN SASKATCHEWAN Regina Feb. M. M. Seymour, provincial commissioner of public Mrs. John [yrc, aged 45. who to the city Saturday lived on a Roscbanfc. P.E.I.. the north where 1'c has been for and a hired ranie! Plaised, aged !the Past week engaged in the worfe 23 -cars, while instituting local leagues in connec- ing ice last tion with the anti-tuberculosis league. QUIETNESS REIGNS AT SOUTH BETHLEHEM bouth Befahlehem, Pa., Feb. Peace prevails in South Bethlehem anrt its environs today, but the Beth- lehem Steel Company, some of whose; employes are on strike, did not sue- j ceed in resuming work with the large I fo'-ce of men it expected to have on! hand. One hundred state police and more one hundred deputies sworn in by the sheriff were on hand to protect workers but only a comparatively small percentage of its 9.000 men re- ported for duty. Most of the men wanted work, they paid, but are afraid to run the gaunt- lef. or the pickets. SHIPBUILDING PLANTS AND DOCKS PROPOSED Ottawa. Feb. announce- ment that a big shipbuilding- plant "will be established at either Halifax, St. John or Montreal is expected to be. by the government The gov- ernment will also bring down a bill I increasing the. snhsidy for of the dry dock. Terms will be 25 instead of 20 years. The Pacific coast will n4so benefit by plants of the gov- crnment, ar.d a shipbuilding plant will probably be built at Vancouver or Victoria on a large scale. Sitkeless Oil Heater The a'ticaliy-lockinf Smokeless Device is an feature