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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, A t J E R T A S A T U R D A Y M A R C H 7, 1908. RIDGWAYS TEAS I SOLD ONLY IN SEALED TINS IN 3lb 5IIE5 "'AY'S ROYAL TEAS ESTABLISHED IN THE REIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Hove the largest Sale any high-grade Tea in the World 50c., 60c. and per Ib. RIDGWAYS TEAS V 501.0 ONLY IN SEALED TINS IN SIZES Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 33 t Prompt Delivery Things Social (Continued from Previous Page.) 1 have observed that such themes are never worn They arouse instant attention and a babel of sounds. The dunces of thy season have been hugely enjoyed. At each of these. I have danced many miles to music, and with nil kinds -of partners. I am .therefore in a position io speak with authority about the merits of what Sherlock Holmes calls the "lit- tle dancing big danc- ing men too. Hut it would be in- vidious to make comparisons. Jt was a pity that so few of the mar- ried ladies attended the ball given by the bachelors the other night. The men wished to return hospital- ity and they did it well. Hut it cer- tainly was si liig disappointment to them that so many of -the invited la- dies were conspicuous by their ab- sence. The I managed to snatch time for u little reading, t happen- ed to take up }lucaulay's "Lays of; Ancient Home." What a fine fellow Iforativis was! He put up a great fight. Yet I am convinced that he and his two companions did not de- fend the .bridge one whit more val- iantly than we have- defended the same. J have always defended the game, ever since the society leaders, whom I conscientiously follow, de- dared that there was no game to equal it under the .sun. Privately and annoymously I may say that I do not euro for bridge under the sun, for one has other things to do in the afternoon. There are visits to be paid, and many matters of great pith ;md moment to be seen to; and one is apt to get tahind in these, if bridge be played industriously all and every afternoon. I feel too that bridge is really not my forte, for I never seem to get any further ahead, no matter how'diligently 1 practice. Yet T am sure my partners all enjoy playing I with me-, for 1 talk to them in such- a sprightly fashion all through the game. U would ]jc quite unfair to allow the men at the river bottom to do the bridge building. We must not 'let them beat ns at our own game. So T mean .to practice nil -the -more diligently, when the time comes again. For the present 1 must be very, very good. One who "loves society." ABOUT.. DAD'S the Lord Mayer's Son and population will follow as cat j JT tie after a hay wagon.! For where their bread is will their j stomachs .bo -also. Dad's Council seems to have come to u proper of the value publicity. They haven't done any- thing yet ollidally but at the joint meeting of the. Hoard of Trade and the Agricultural Society, live vniPin- bers of the council looked with fa- vor upon the idea of a three thou- sand dollar grant for the work. Fancy -having three thousand horns with-which to toot around the worth of L'ethbriugu! Won't it make some of the old villagers (if any are yet alive) who had the idea that Leth- bridge was a sort of preserve from which outsiders were 'barred, -won't it make them look aghast There lias been too much of that narrow guage running of affairs in time's past. Even yet one occasionally' hears rumors thai remind us of by- gone days. On one occasion the Hoard Trade sent a couplb of its mcinhets.'t.'j the co'.mcil to get a cou- hundred dollars for publicity work. Jt was an awkward position to be in but as he was leaving -the council chamber after getting the grant, one of these progressive; said to the other, "Now it must distinctly understood, that none of this money is to be us- ed to cut our own throats." Thank the Lord the days-of such are gone- and Dad's council can be as energetic as thoy. like in bringing. The city's legal adviser has been instructed to take another crack at any early closing by-Jaw. To be free from the charge of discrimination it ought, to apply to all Sines of busi- ness. And a.s I'tad's son, and there- fore more or less interested, 1 can't, see why tho oarly closing should not apply to the sellers of booze as much as to the sellers of butter. Jf a man has a craving for pickles he should have, as much right to satis- fy himself a.s the man who craves porter. A ck-un shirt is as necessary when divssing for a social function as a shot of booze to liberate conversational organ. And as for the clerks, L think need an evening at home or wilh their friends as much as dry goods clerks. Wouldn't Dad win an im- mortal name for himself by having his council put through such a by- law Close xip the whole town, Hake every day Sunday in the mer- cantile world after six o'clock. For Electric Lights McKENZIE ROY Redpath St., Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 Of Interest to Wowen business IHLMI to whole city will this slap city and the back and say. power to you. buys, go to it." This cit3" wants men of business ability, who are not afraid to go it strong, who will ood blocks, get good stocks, t knocks, keep off the rocks and their socks on Lethbridge and her future. V.'e want new indus- tries ntul competition in old ones to waken them up so that the people will got the best possible value. We RECIPES SPONGE'CAKE Eleven eggs; weight of nine eggs powdered sugar, the weight of six eggs sifted flour. Grated rind and juico of two large' lemons. Separate cgg.s, boat yolks and add sugar. Beat again as light as possible add lemon rind and juice and beat again. Beat whites oi eggs to stand- ing froth, stir more beat- of the Hour into the yolks and sugar mixture, then half the whites. Repeat, adding the rest of the flour .and of the whiles.- Bake in one want mon with gold and gumption large or in two small loaves in a mod- to make usqj of. the products of the orate, oven for from three quarters to of the air above .one hour, according to size of-loaf to miiKe use oi. t earth, the nmver the earth, and prisoned wealth under the earth. Fill the country with far- mers and the city with capitalists This recipe has been used for more than sixty years. H 11 -i I Hi i 11 Most People can earn Money but many fail to place it where it is both safe and profitable ANCHOR YOUR SAVINGS TO MOTHER EARTH T J. North Ward Lots, 2 Blocks from School, each down and a month. Get some while they last C. B. BOWMAN HGENCY: Post Office Block Phone 200 f 1 -H- 11 HI VH-H-hf-H-H-M-f EGG LESS GINGER BREAD One cup molasses or syrup. Flour sifted and added to the molasses un- til it is as stiff as can be stirred. Add large tablespoonfuls of. fresh sweet lard, melted, and one cup of soiling water in which is dissolved three teaspoonfuls baking .soda. Fla- vor wijji spice or ginger to suit taste :uid bake in a slow OVHI in any de- sired form or pans. It takes about an hour's baking. The. addition oi seeded spices makes it almost as good as fruit cake. PUDDING SAUCE Yolk of one egg, three-quarters cup sugar, ono table-spoonful of batter, three tablespoonfuls cream, three la.-, blcspoonfuls" brandy. Beat well the sugar and butter, thon add the egg. Put together in a double boiler, just bring to a boil, add white of egg and serve at once. SALAD DRESSING Break two eggs in a bowl and beat them well. Add one teaspoonful su- gar, one-half teaspoonful salt, half teaspoonful ,mustard, three table- spoonfuls vinegar, one tablespoonful Tha straightest feathers may be curled "without as the old "ads" used to say, and boas require only a little shaking. ttoiling water and dry heat arc the two essentials and the method of treating-either hat or boa is the same. An old-fashioned teakettle with long spout is best for the boiling water. Either a-radiator or the top of ir stove is usually best for the dry heat. A register seldom sends out .sufficient volume, in'any event botli kinds of heat must be ready at the same. time- When the. kettle boils the feathers should be waved ti> and fro in its stream until thny have gathered a ittle moisture nnt so much, however as to be wot. At the time when the ast lingering remnant of curl dis- appears they are usually ready for the :lry heat. It is this -which curls the.- feathers ind hat or boa should be held as close to it as can be without burning and cither should be shaken gently ftverv moment. cream, added last, and cook thick in double boiler. until CURLING FEATHER BOAS The expense of keeping either an ostrich feather boa, or an ostrich feather laden hat looking like new reduces itself to nothing at all and very little trouble when one knows i the wav. Do You Enjoy Paying Taxes? Do you realize that, when you buy at store the price that YOU PAY includes u tax for what a goodly number of other customers NEVER PAID FOR. To get the just value for your money (leal at a cash store. The Turpin Furniture Co. Redpath Street HOUSE Fumlsliers' Lethbridge OF CANADA Forty-two Years of Successful BankiBf A Savings Account for 1908 in the Union Bank of Canada is the best start on the road to independence. SI.00 or more opens an account, and with Interest added 4 times a year it will groxv rapidly. Joint Accounts may be opened by two persons, so that either may deposit or withdraw cash. I LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. SUGGESTS ARBITRATION London, March Times in an editorial tin's morning suggested that China and Japan should submit their dispute over the seizure by China of the Japanese steamer TaLsn Maru at ilaceo to the tribun- TORONTO OFFICIAL SHORT Toronto, Out., March board of control this morning discussed the shortage discovered in the accounts of George Adnmson, an official oi the witter works department. The city treasurer said he had been work- ing on the books. The amount will probably reach over Adam- son was bonded for more, than thatj amount. Public Notice SITTINGS OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE The Sitting of the District Court of the District of Lethbridge (lurinir Hie year will be held at the places and on the, dates given tor the trial of actions and the dis )osa! of any -oilier civil business which may properly be brought be [ore the-said court. LETHBRIDGE Commencing, Monday, March 23rd Monday, April 27th; Tuesday. Maj 2Glh; Monday, June 22nd; Monday July 20th; Monday September 2Sth -Monday. October.2Gth; Monday, No vcm.bor.23rd; Monday, December 21st RAYMOND Titc'Sflny, April 14th; Tuesday, Jul} 7th; Tuesday, October 13th. MAGRATH Wednesday. April loth; Wednesday July 8th; Wednesday, October Mth CARDSTON Thunuhiy. April ICtb, Thursday July 9th; Thursday, October--loth. TABER Tuesday, May 5th; Tuesday, Jul, Nth; Tuesday, November 3rd. WARNER Tuesday, May IDth; Thursday, Jul 16th; Tuesday. November 17th. S. Tf. WOODS. Deputy Attorney Genera Daiecl -March 2, 1003. Daily Herald Market Place When you have inythiat to sell or to rent place it ii this coluM. If you want aiythiag use this column. 25c ODC iiKrtiM f insertions for SI LOST ONE CREY HORSE, 3 years old, Branded C.A., also one bay horse 2 rcars old with scar on right fore leg ibovc knee. reward given on return to Windsor Hotel or to Ed- vard Kova, Sec. 5-13-22. TO RENT FURNISHED EOOM, close in, al- so a four horse stable with loft. Ap- >ly G. W. Wiegand, 424 Smith St. 74-Gp" SERVANT WANTED A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT wanted-at once. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Biiwden, cor. Glyu and Courtland. C7-6 SITUATION WANTED young man with best of reference position in ofllce. Capable of taking charge of office in all de- partments. Steady employment pre- take position of any kind in a store. Address Box 0, Herald. FOR SALE. ONE OLD ENGLISH over 100 years old. Also another perfect model of a Strad. Both violins in excellent condition. Apply Rochon's Candy Kitchen. 70-6 WANTED DISH girl for dish washing at once. Apply at the Dal- las Hotel. 70-0 FURNISHED ROOM room to let to marled couple, 815 Redpath St. 71-2 L. M. JGHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Leth bridge. Bank. 23-1 yr TENDERS SEALED TENDERS .-uldres.-ed to the undersigned will lift received until 5 o'clock, aternoon, Tuesday March II, for the erection of a frame public school building for Lethbridge. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVING OF ALBERTA Notice to Steam Engineers NOT1CI-; 13 HEREI1Y GIVEN tha an inanimation will be held by Jos. Buxton, a duly appointed Ii snector of Steam Boik-r.s for the Pro- vince of Alberta, at High Rver, March 5th; Claresholm. March 7th; Macleod; March 10th; Li-thbridge, in A. R. and T. Read- ing Room, March 12th and 13th. Majyath, March JGth; Pinchor Creek, March 18th; Frank, March 20th and 2Ut; At H o'clock a.m. for the purpose of giving engineers and apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for Certi- ficates under the provisions of the Steam Boilers Act, I90G. A plication for examination should WANTED A REPRESENTATIVE in every district of Alberta. A genuine busi- ness proposition which will net you from to per day. -This is no calch ad. For particulars ad- dress, Accountant, Box 5, Pincher Alta. 71-C WANTED WANTED TO RENT a saall cottage or rooms. Apply W., Herald Office. 72-0 FOR SALE CHEAP ICO' ACRES, all fenced, half mile frontage on good stream, good house and outbuildings. For particulars, apply H.A.Y., Lethbridge Alta. 72-0-0 Chinese pay all their debts nn the. first day of each JOHN STOCKS. at my office. Room 0. Whitney Block'tor or to The lowest or fmy tender not necvs-j snrily accepted. j Deputy Minister. F. B. ROLFSON, j Department of Public, Works, Ed- 74-2 Architect.! monton. Alberta. 74--I re- hls Plans and specifications may be. seen be made to the above named Inspec- j niarks the man who thinks it duty to scatter wisdom. "1 hftvt.- heard so." replied the can less person, debt nil my num." "But I'd rather be in iife lhan be a. China- O LIVE R HALL JAY C. TAYLOR WILLIS COSGROVB PRESENT THE BEGGAR PRINCE COMIC OPERA IN THE EIVEIR POPULAR COMIC OPERA Notable Csst, Wonderful Yrios, Weil Trainsd Ballet, Clever Cimete, lafifeGme tata, Kiss Me! Prime Donna, as "yum yum" Owing to the small seating capacity, a subscription list has been issued, can be had at the Higinbotham Drag Store or from Gus Neiclig. 'Seat sale opens Monday, March fl. Parties on list have first choice PRICES: Reserved Seats Genera! Admission 75c FREE LIST SUSPENDED Plan at iliginbotham's Druj Store ;