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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H J. H. SKEITH INSURANCE Herald THE PLACE TO STAY ti Utfcftridp 'jute Eiiti NTEL Gillette Razors S Blades We have just opened our Spring Cutlery, and have a nice assortment of Gil- lette Razors and Blades. We have also a full line of Stay Brushes Colgate's Soap Williams' Soap Witch Hazel Soap Razors and Strops The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Stafford and Hick Wakely Cream Elcaya A fragrant non-greasy toilet cream. Elcaya, a tree of India, is noted for its per- fume. The fresh buds and of the elcaya tree have a most fragrant and agreeable odor, at once refreshing and invigorating. A paste made from the freth leaves ses the characteristic odor of the tree and is used for beautifying the ikin and de_- veloping retarded Creme Elcaya possesses these qualitiet in n much more marked degree. Its creamy consistence and fra- grant odor have led its ad- mirers to declare it a verit- able "Cream of Flowers.-' PHON G FajnUy and Resident Night Cleri: The Store of Quality CIH AND DISTRICT Groceries Crockery We have everything any other store and some- thing eltst) besides. Try STEPHEN BON'S Marmalade And HARTLEY'S Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Nelson Fraser A Large Special Shipment of TETLEY'S FAMOUS TEAS Has just arrived. Prices from 30c to per lb. but we recommend'" The Special 5Oc Line as a delicious, refreshing tea Hudson's Bay Co. Tomorrow being Ash Wednesday.! THE WEATHER the schools have u holiday. j Edmonton, clear............... 10 Hrigham S. Yomijj of Kaymomt! prince Albert, cioudy 1-1 ennie in on the local last evening. Kcgina, cloudy.................. 16 j .1. G. Holx'rtson went to Calgary j Winnipeg, snowing. IS this morning on a business trip. Calgary, fair.................. 12 J. A. Mclntyiv ami E. Taylor of Uinnedosa. snowing 20 .Vanton wetv In the city over u trnin. I Arthur, 2S _o 10 -to ti Skating Rink will be open on Wed- Lethbridge, cloudy 15 nesday evening 8 to 10.30. 70-2 An.'Edmonton despatch says t.lw Legislature will not adjourn hefori; Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jackson of Lumsdon, Sask., are visiting friends in the city. Mrs. T. W. McCaugherty went to CoutLs this morning to visit her brother G. Davies. Bulletin From Central Office Light snow -falls have occurred w ucarly all districts of the prairie pro vinces. 11. has been quite cold i" i northern Alberta and parts of Sas- katchewan where temperatures hava been several degrees below zero. In other parts thc weather has been mo- derately cold. tinned cold weather and light local snow falls. 4 4 Close Inspection Of our wall papers reveals their great superiority. In every detail of the manu- facture, as well as in de- signs and colorings, our new papers are simply the perfection of excellence. You can't be sore you get the best. unless you see what we have to offer. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door Vest of Moo Baik Phone 251 Choice Impopted Cigars A full line of B. B. B. Pipes All kinds of Tobaccos R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters A. II. Williams of the Knight Su- gar Co., Raymond, was an arrival on last night's Cardston local. Chris. Anderson F.. Bonnell of CardsLon. passed through the city lasl night on their way to Calgary. Mortimer Priest is giving every school boy that rets his hair cut in his shop during March a heart of j gum or a post card. 70-2 E. 1.1. Taafle of Winnipeg formerly of this city was in the city yester- day. He left for Calgary this morn- ing-.- Mrs. B. II. YanSpankuren was tak- en to the hospital -this 'morning, where it is thought ap. operation for appendicitis Will Toe necessary; Albert May of Stevensville, near Billings, Mont., -was city last his way back from thc The immigration authorities intend to deport Alexander Kadclifle when lie gets out of the Barracks. He left a wife and live children, including (twins a month old, ..when he left Scotland, last August, He has nev- er sent any money home since com- ing here. F. M. Melin, Hay F. Walker and F. W. Sarvis, members of the Alberta Lund and Live Stock Co., owning acres of land at Milk River, are in the city today and go south to. see their holdings in the morning. They arc Minnesota, men and great faith in the future of Western Canada. The laud, of the company. at least a proportion, will bo this year. A Lii.vjer has been plac- ed in charge. Vhe company have put quite, a lot of live stock on the pro- SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST BANKS (Continued from Front Page) crops. Such a condition could not have occurred in the United States. In dealing v.-itli the question of loans to Mr. Pringle said that at the present time the direc- tors have loans amounting to one- iiftli of the paid up capital.' He de- elared that the "amendments ad- j vocates would be in the interests of the public, and declared that while the banks are strong the people of the country are stronger and they will see that the changes are made in the present law. At the evening session, Mr. Pring- 1 e charged the Bank of Commerce With the greatest gambling in- stitution in, the country. The Hon. Geo. A. Cox and Byron K. Walker, he said, had joined' in a' pool to gam- ble on the stock market. The time had come." he declared, when the great banks, like the Bank ot. Com- merce should be stopped from specu- lating. The.government, he. contend- should control the circulation, and not at present, permit the banks to issue as much as their paid up cpaital. Not more than ten per cont. of the .capital and reserve MEN'S SHOES Shoes for all sorts ami all kinds of UKMI. but mom especially for those who appreciate a shoe which gives absolute ease and comfort to the foot, and at the sumo tiuui'have'the maxi- mum of style. Our new are designed to IK; Ibe l.omes of a great many feet. No breakiug-in required F COW fe CO. Uthbridge LOTS Close to North Ward School size 25x125 to lane Price each Terms ALBERT E. IVES RcoiU Oliver Block PHONE night on his way back from the Port.v, East. The time I'm- receiving tenders ou two-room movable school has been extended to Tuesday, March 11, at 5 o'clock. Thc Choral Club meets tonight in the lecture room of Wesley Church and it is specially requested that all members bo in attendance. J. C. Brown's warehouse in which j he will handle International er Co, machinery is being rapidly j built. The barber shops, commencing March in, will close every evening, except Saturday at 7 o'clock. On Saturday nights they will close at 1 L o'clock. J. E. Proctor of Calgary, district passenger agent for thc C.P.R., and R, G. McXeiilic, of Winnipeg, chief The regular .meeting of the Ep- worth League of the Wesley Church was held last night and was in charge of Mrs. j. M. Harrison, the subject being ''How God Leads Men" which proved interesting and instruc- i tive. A duot was rendered by Miss- es M. Hydeu and G. Gear and a read i ing given by Morcer. The reg- I ular monthly consecration service was held at the conclusion, followed reception service, at which two (candidates were received into active members-hip. The subject for next week will IK.- "The Wise Use of Time." i-.nd will be presented by Dr. 0. J. Courtice. One of those events means so much in' human lives was celc- hrated in the Methodist Parsonage on Monday afternoon. March' 2nd. when .folm Swanson, Esq., and Hcl- should loaned to any one.borrow- er.. Tiie Sovereign Bank went to the wall .because, it loaned everything to two charged tiiat the banks were fixing the interest as high as 10 cr cent, .in western Canada and as high as .24 per cent, in the .Yukon. The Hon. S. Fielding then out- lined thc: government's attitude' in the Pringle proposal. He said it is the custom in Canada to revise the banking act every .ten years. It is quite possible that before the end of the present session the government may propose some slight changes in the hanking act, but in view of the fact that all the bank charters pire in 1911 radical amendments should not be made for two sessions. Then revisions can be made in the miles west of the town was sold this wet-k to parties from Idaho for 300. The Claresholm Realty com- pany carried through tiie deal. I A. B. Macdonuld, the Liberal can- didate; for the constituency of Mac-. k-od has boon in the Crow's Xc-si district for a few days. M. McKeuzie, M.P.P. returned from the coast last week and went to Edmonton to attend the Parliament sittings. An appropriation has been made by the Legislature for a Court House in'Claresholm, of H. P. Bell formerly of the Wilton hotel is staying here just now. He has been in Vancouver and reports conditions in this part of the country infinitely better than at the coast. In a case of cattle stealing which oame up this week-, before" Inspector Cannes and., which was withdrawn eventually and a minor diarge -laid, a witness in his evidence said that an e.stray notice which was put ij{ the local papers by the- alleged cattle thief was not .sufficiently tory to enable, him to found the, opin- ion that the animal adyertieed >ras his. This statement was backcO up by A. E. Hunter of the Stewart ranch. The animal was described as a brown marc no brand, n cut in the ear. The .lawyer defended the case pointed out. to. toe-witness that' one-half of the in the Gazette, were no fuller- than the one mentioned. At the pf the case Inspector Carniei -took occasion -to remark that in tos' opinion not. suf- ficient care was; Uiketi by advertisers of strays', to .a reasonably clear advertisement and that each notice-should describe, the breed. of the animal as far as possible and ill the details possible. .There -is no. doubt that niany estray advertise- ments _ are very vague. 0. Moon of the Bank of Commerce returned from Lethbridge yesterday where he had gone to see Dr. Mew- burn as to an injury to his knee. We are not seeking ntw trade "Our Best" u not a CHEAP .flour. It is made from the best wheat and is ot superior" qiuility. Buyers mid con- appreciate this we charge u good pribe for "Our insur- ing fair profit, we have demand for in excess of onr capacity. This is why we have Qosie to offer." Our Best Hour i Ellison Killing 8 Hnator Co. ItiL, Raymond and letlibriitye We do not quote other mills r-us- to infers or meet 1 heir prices We accept such trade only when it comes to "us unsolicited at full prices. Blue Ribbon Tea and Coffee Demonstration At our Store by Mrs. Dr. CAESAR nil Ibis week You are cordially invited to meet Mrs. Caesar.'who will be pleased to explain to all visitors .the advantages of using tbesij goods .T. The J. BROWN CO. LTD. Walsh Peebles only -possesses one member of the first convocation of the university of. "Alberta, this being light of the new knowlede gained, j. R. U. A., (Univei-sity of Cam- i bridge.) INllllfi, UITI-UST numiiiii CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A m itf Til lid irai Wm. McKeittic, late saddler of this tmvn. who has shifted his home to Saskatchewan, is here on .business f 4- for a few clays. Tbe first general meeting of the j Prairie Telephone. company Clarcsholm, Feb. hdcl lht! day and the fol- and apain a report goes round 'that) were appointed, CLARESHOLM CULLING Cattle Stealing Prairie Farmers Telephone Company' Hall TWO JOLLY commencing Fri., n. i. March 6 raw THE WHERE TO DINE T the Qm-en's Hotel is being sold. That T' C' O. J. Window Cleaning Co, Stove Pipes alto Cleaned Send Postal Cart IS Will St. clerk to general passenger agent C.Jen Mecetenahan. were unitfd in thy i K. McPhcrson. were in the city last j holy bonds of wedlock by the Rev. it is in thc market is a well known -F. 31. Harrison, pastor of Wesley Two Swedes who had got into a I Church- Sxvanson only came to dispute and tried to settle it by forrc of fists each hailed the other The Lethbridge Auction Mart> We Ijave a useful lot of Furniture jnst in and it will pay yon well to inspect onr goods before purchasing else- where. We can save yon many dollars. Waddington Gbbon VELEPHONE: 261 fjiet but rfo far none of the good men ruul true who have tried their hands Alberta about eight months ago and at purchasing the house seem lo have although he left the old land, Swe- witb. any The ffictw of before Magistrate Humphries sonic 'hirty-five years ago, and strange lawyers', and buyers are keen were sorry they did so. They agreed travel led over much of the Unit- m tow'> pre.Humribly on quest spoken to settle, so were let off with a. States he failed to find a congen- ture. companion until he settled on our Taitinger1 F. Audett. For com fort service menu try the and i IMEIIEM IE8TIIUillllT j J. M, REDDING .Cor. Smith and of Beggar Prince Opera Co. informs us that over 300 seats are spoken for alrea- dy anrl anyone overlooked on the canvass can have tfccir names cnroll- otl on thc list now with Gus Xeidig or at Higinbothfirn'R Drug Storf. Parties on the list have thc first choice of scats. Scat sale opens at 9 ft. m. Mond.ny March 0 until noon for subscribers. Ojwn after that hour to nil. The house is small so secure your scats ctxrlv. they have c fortress dia-. Ladies' Ladies' Tailored Gormonts made to Order and Measure Suits, Skirts, Drtsses, Jirtets, Ccits, Xabits ni Firs Txitpst S'.v'ea. Correct Firtinp, Best Material, New and Kioiusire Designs No Two Garments Made Alilte. Unror- p d Workm Low Prices Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments If jou wish t.o V Htyl'sliiy cor- rectly gownfrl write to Fort Street Man. SNAP! The Greatest Hand deuxr of tke Day 25c a Box fertile plains of Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Sxvanson will mnko their nonr Albion Uirlgp Another full house greeted the Ar-, ington Comedians lost night when they an unusually Americjin Girl.'' In .spite of the han dirap of a statue the acton? entered into their work with .spirit carrying the audicurc right with them from (from the sinn, and such common-' j place things as scenery were lost af in the excellent acting of .Mr. Aringlon's company. Jt would jwcm unfair to praise nny particular j members of tho cast, .ill being unus- ually strong in their work. The Pol- matu-r Sisters ladies orchestra were nejnin n rare treat in their concert numbers musical specialties, while the chiUlren Inez. Oldy and j nvtvii, ruccivti! encores j for their clcvor .work. Tonight" this company will present their great tea- ttire bill "A Toxus Hanger" nnd it is safe to say that thc house will jnot hoid all the people that will want to go. of, hut by appeared, finding pregnable. Considerable alarm was caused on Woflnepday when clouds of smoke N. M. Low, .D. Williams and Win. Moffatt. It is to be hoped that connection can be made with the town very shortly. Meantime, a deputation of the com-._____.________________________ pany met a representative of the! i -n i n.Ji TI K r> the society into shape will be Be.I Telephone Co. on f tltj and discussed an agreement whereby? company in town at a 'of 53.00 pt-f phone per year. Bell company insist on the farmcTS through the town by the on this airn'cment for a per- iod of five years, no and as termers loath to hind themselves in this unreasonably wav. therp. at present a deadlock. A certificate has been granted by the Department organ- izing the Claresholm District Agricul- bf Mr. Gulliford, tural Society and a. mvotSng to get wind which was 'in evidence m the. middle the weefk and for a ment. The smoke came from a prai- rie fire on C. Moore's place west of the town which was fortunately soon "Minpuishod. The section J. Workman of the .Claresiiolm Realty company has returned to Ida- ho lor a time for business par- DOMINION am p. them laughing- A company of exceptional merit. A.n elegant scenic and wartlrt FRIDAY EVENING RllH-Wty latctl The Ifinliiii- success TWO OF CANADA p 1 r I J- J- Johnston WANTED l For next two weeks experienced man to set up furniture. Apply Ttirpin Furniture Co. Of Orcihr Lefen rt (Mi issued for the use of Travellers, jxiyable in all parts of the world. Money transmitted to point by Canadian Bankers'" Association Money Order, Draft, Bill of Exchange or Telegraph Transfer. Negotiable Paper handled on most favorable terflML A Deposit starts a Savings Account at Branch, on which highest current rate of interest is quarterly. LETHBRIDOC BRANCH: J. R. Mam P. Terway announces that Bum may run in Claresholm shortly. regret. wa.s expressed at the news" of the death of the son of Mr. anrt TfTH.J.K.JMofFaU, aged two months and fourteen days. The death took place on the train between Winnipeg and Broadview when Mr. and Mrs. Moffatt, were on their way here. The child was buried here. The.-annual meeting of the-Clares- hohn branch of tiie Temperance and Moral' league was held in the Meth- odist church this week. Officers elected were Hon. Presidents, the resident pastors, -President E. W. Frost; secretary, W. C. Bowen; treas- irer, T. M. Haig. The following del- %ates-were1 appointed to attend the confereficc in Calgary on the 4th of Rev. Mr. Argue, Rev. P. Henderson and Messrs. Frost, North 3owen and McKinney. It is announced that C. W. Cook A. Rice have retired from the Claresholm Realty company, which will in.luture be carried on by Messrs Hermon and Workman. The partnership of Fisher and Ross been dissolved And the business .vill be parried on by D. M. ROM in future. success two corititu-nls SATURDAY EVENING Winning 2 Weira One prolonged serenity Saturday Aftenncn Between the1-Ac-Is Vaudeville- Spcaltis ale at Higi.i bothum's Pcjiiiiar 75c d-50c Matinee ]oc Boc Only house in town wliert- slrictly white help is TiM'd. Every night from lOoVlock WT> have specials in addition tin- n-nnl TUM short line. n TONIGHT Hoi Kosist with CiKimGnivy Tea or C. -ffi-e. 50c. Try il afitT the JShow TolferketGanieners AND OTHERS For Rent. 40 Acres of "Choice Irrignblc Laiul jnst lin its. Will lease a to party Apply to T.M.Eviiw.Wiirtktt Street ;