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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .rZfJJtf 8U� TO ALL TRAINS * lilBptel Windsor % liJMt $1.26 a Day HottI In + Alberta 4*  + + + + + + 4. + + ^ ge Daily Herald ^ WHEN IN LBTHBRIOOE |' lent Piaoa to Stay 4' From the Mud by procuring one of our Cocoa Door Mats at prices within the reach of everybody Special No. 1......... 76C Special Is'o. 2 ... $1,00 ^"^^ Special JiTo. 3 ..., $1,25 '^^^^^ Special No. 4 ____,.. . ,... $1,50 Skeleton No. 2......... $1,25 t^af^li Skeleton No. 3 .......... $1.50 ^^'^^''^ Skeleton No. 4......$2.00 ^"''^^ Fancy.................$3.00 Heavy Mat with scraper .. $2.00 ^'^^-^^ Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. riwna 7� P- O. Box 670 Wa Olva Sfaclal Attantlo.i to Mad Ordan We are showing- the new lines of Wall Papers made by Birge, of Buffalo and the Boxer line. Robertson's Book Store New AVhItney Block Phone 1265 Any kind you want FROM THE LARGEST TO THE SMALLEST HOT WATER BOTTLES From the amallest bottles suitable for toothache etc., to the big four quart size. Every one a perfect production. The best rubber made into approved sizes and shapes by skilled processes. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAQER. PHONE 772 Let UB sell you your Stationery � We carry a first-class line of writlnjc raper of excel-lem quality, at a low price-with a flnlah that malcea correspondence a real oleaauro. NOTE PAPERS VISITING CARDS PAPETERIE8 AT HOME CARDS ENVELOPES INVITATION CARDS -Beautifully Boxed- WRITING TABLETS-In all ilzea JACKSON & COPE PRESCRIPTION ORUQGIST8 Sueeaaaort to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. Lumber and Building Supplies of all kinds Good Stock Courteous Treatment Square DcaHng Lc.cest Prices Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. ACADIA BLOCK NORTH YARO-PHONE �2S. Liinited EAST yard-phone 423. Teas and Coffees To get thr proper bloiuls to suit this climate and water, requires exports to do the blending. We have .1 KDlcuditj rangi' of tons: 'liar li.ive a'vpii best of s.ati araoMoii. l^i:r cuuees also arc splccfed by iiti o.xpert frrshly roiisted twice .i wrck ami tve grind it I'resli on cuir own premises. \Vr do not stork llit- olienp lilo and SanloB Oi'flccs. TEAS that are WELL WORTH the MONEY COFFEES OF EXCEPTIONAL VALUE Ceylon tea~Our own spet-lal blend and gunr- coffee-I.1ttrb07,u brand, a very fine blend for iinleeri to please, por pnunil ..............35c the niniify, prire per potinri .............. 30c or ihrpc pounds for..................$1,00 COFFEE-l^cuiriron brand. You cannot eqtial this CEYLON tea-K.vtra Mend, better than package elsewhere at 10 cents per pound, price. lhrp.> rofls at TiO cents per pound, price per lb. . ."lOc pound.? for ............................ $1.00 CEYLON TEA-This loa would sell at 65c, or TOc COFFEE-Our own speolal blend. Owtug to the per pound in parkaurs. price per lb...... 50c /Y, ^"\''' "i?" india AND CEYLON TEA-Docka ,,ul.a brand. "-'^ ^7weU%^rtrthrmonoyi absolutely the fin.^sl loa prown. price per pound COFFEE-Kancy I.iand. if you try this once, you .  ,,,,..... will want more at per lb................ 60c Wo also carry all the populi^r pacltage teas, COFFEE-KNtra fancy. This Is the finest coffeo such as Totleys. Kidge�-ays, Salada, Blue Ribbon that money can buy. The mildneaa in flavor etc. ;irui the richness in aroma is eaualled by none. THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN STORE HIGH CLASS GROCERS DUPFBRIN 8T, ROUND ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH PHONE - - 526 WHOLESALE & RETAIL PH0N�   627 THE WEATHER 4.'. 3:? �Vl 'i I W 1 j> .1-1 ir. 'ill 311 ' .10 13 Xrlson. rlrnr .............. Kumloops, cloudy ......... i t'rinionton, rloud>' ......... ! Calcjarv. clear .......... Lclhbnd'pp, rlouriy ........ Winnipeg:, cloudy .......... ! Hnrt Arthur, cloiidi- ;..... The wealhcr in .V Iberia and soiith-' ein parts of Saskatchewan has been fair and tirihi, while in Manitoba and in Morthprn .sections n. Saskatcliewnn ! it has been cold during the night. FORKt'.VST : Manitoba - Fair, much the s;itne temperature todav and on Wednesday. .Saskatchewan and .\lberla - Fair and comnaratively mild today and on Wednesdav. CITV AND DISTRICT Tlic Overseas Club will hold a Rnioker in l^eding's Hall tonight. The Cardston creamery will open for on Wednesday. Bert Lowes, of F. C. Lowes & Co., i.s in the city today on business. Wm Baxter, of Magrath, is in the city today. Inspector IVcst returned this morn-; ing from a two days' trip to Taber I and Grassy Lake Dent fori!;pt the Boy Scout meeting in the V M.C' .\ building this ev- ; eninp. I .\. Hunt, lintel proprietor nf Wiik River. Is in Lethbridge on biisi-� npss today. I C. W L'oolc, 01 the Lethhridgc-Wey-: burn t'o., is in Tahet on business to-i day E. .\. Cunningham, of the Rogcrs-i Cunningham Lumber Co , returned j from Calgary last night. I Owing to the death of Fire Chief I Thomas Kilkenny this morning the jKntre .Vous Club will forego it.s I dance, schednleri for this evening. The Standard Furniture Co is having a handsome new plectric sign erected in front of their'place of business on Round street. The Taber inquest was this morn-� ing further adjourned by Coroner .1 D. Higinbolhara for two weeks until March 21gi. ! K Tahrum, manager of the Shoe ' Department at the Hudson's Bav iSiDrcs, is on duty again today, h'ter j a few days' confinement with la J grippe. j F: N. Barker, the well known grain ' expert of (.'ardstun, informs the Herald th;it he has examined some winter wheal and foiinri it all right and green under the snow i F. R Wilson, formerly of Maclcod, ! where lie had a large farm east j of the town, but now of Seattle, ! Wash , where lie is in the shoe business, is in Lethbridge today. A branch of the Imperial Bank of Canada has been opened at KedcliRe, ' Alta., under the management of A., Clear Glass Vases slender shapes. 11, 12,15 and 16 inches in height. Just ^v!lat 3',o� have been n.^k-ing for 97'Pieces Dinner Sets marked down to $10.00 Great Value SEE OUR WINDOWS CITY AND DISTRICT UNITED STATES, ANc CANADA XOST  j accordlhg to GcAi|jfnmeni sta- ^ , tistlcs. )i>100,000,000 .per year by the ravages ct pests, the gopher being the most deatructave. Save your share of this honey, by using Bolduan's Patented iPi-ocess Strychnine n'he bait that will resisl rain and snow. 1 lb................2Se Z 1-4 lbs.............bOc 5 lbs...............$1.00 At 7%e ^axcJUL store J.O. HiginMinlGo.ltJ Family and Dtspenilni CheuiiBts Nifht and Day Talepbon* Na Nicbt Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS See how Tommy gets his sister married at the Kureka tonight ; some comedy. Call CGG, the LctBoriagp Messenger E. iTarmer, fortrerly accountant at ; Service for quick mes.sagc and baj{-thc .Strathoona branch of the bank, i gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. Uavid Wilsoo, the well known mining man nf Spoikane, Wash., is in Fostmaster F. .\. Higinbothani is rapirih rncovrrin;; from the eHeots of the at'cideiit and siib.spquent operation which hp underwent three weeks ago. 1 Ir exprrls to br back at his duties next week. 0. D. Gregory, of Marshalltown, inwa, has taliena position in the offices of W. R. Dobbin, Sherlock Build ing. Mr. Gregory spent a couple of weeks visiting in Lethbridge last spring and liked Southern Alberta so well that he has returned to reside here permanently. The seed grain for distribution among the homestoadpr.'? who need it lias arrived, and Chas. Mair, the local immigration agent who has ths work in hand for this district, expects T. .lelly, the assistant imimigra tion commissioner here, soon to makn the final arrangeinents for its distribution. All applications must be in by Mai-ch IS. C. .S. ^"�arrow^ manager of the Leth bridge Steam Laundry, has returned from a trip to his old home In Oregon. He visited Portland, Eugene and other points in that state He made an invc.stigation of the latest and best steani laundries in Spokane and [Portland. Mr Farrow found his mother quite well. .She is one of the old timers of Oregon, having gone there in 18'1�, Ltitheran Lenten .services Wednesday evening at S o'clock at the home of Rpv. G. Grant, No. 318 Fifteenth street, south (William St). Text: Lukr 22.'17-'IR. Subject-The Christ Kptrayed. Bible Class at 7.30, a half hour before the regular service, instead of after services as heretofore. .\fter the service on Wednesday night an important meeting of the voting' meniibers of St. Paul's congregation : \\\)\ bp held. A fiiU attendance is; requested. The Williamsport, (Pa ), Grit says: "Hon. Harry Houlton ha.s been appointed a member of the Board of Arbitration Under the scale agree-men^betwcen the I'nited Mine Workers of America and the .Association of Bituminous Coal Operators of Central Pennsylvania.:' Mr. Boulton | is a wide-awake attorney of the i Iloiilzdale section and a high reputa-| tion throughout the country, and it! was thought at one time he would be j an a.'fpirant for the judgeship, but declared through his friends that he was not in politics. Having had a good deaf of experience in and about the mines in his early days, he_ is a strong attorney on coal matters and frequently is sought. Hon. Harry Boulton i.� a brother of -T. W. Boulton, of the A. R. & I. Co.'s head office staff here. 'i'he notices for the third jn.9taliiient for the subscriptions to the Y. M. C A. building fund were sent out yesterday. Heretofore there han been a splendid response and while it ir true that business has hern rather slack, it is hoped that there will he �d yesterday afternoon from- Califor-! , �32 Pony Expres*. baggage I . , ,, , - .1 transferred, removals, coal. C.O.D. i nia, where lliey hale hecii lor the ' 30.S n ; 210-n , "Houspholdcrs !" Ashes taken , , ..i.- *,,.. , , , 1 , , . a hearty response at this time, on the city on business iu connection! ^'^V and your yards cleaned up by ^,^,^1,^ with his coal properties in Southern , f'^ R'P'Py I'ansfer, phone d86. 72-o Association is facing. When Alberta. , ^.very number of the programme. ^^^^ .,, ^3.,%,,, F. E. Mason and Mrs Mason and ' this week ,s excellent. See it and ho ,,,^,,,^,,,5^, Legislature the deputy Mr. and Mrs 0. A. Anderson, return-1 fonvinoca___ _ speaker by accident atruck out the clause authorizing the AsBocintlon to put a loan on the property. This, "MiiV)i;g �> " Prompt attention giv- therefore, has caused a delay in secur en !f> fiirnit'ire ren-.oving Ripl'^ nu; ;i loan of SaO.OOO.flO promised br ! Trann'pr I'o , phone .=ii^fi the Koyal Trust Co , and as ynt have fll: ' f)h ' Oh Djd yoi; hear about been unable tn sec a way out of it. .Ms sliiiv, iast night ; some dandy. 'If tlie Association has to wait until ; .s.i.-iil, ur.Tvpi and coal supplied and the Ingisluturp mrrts again to give ! e'iry di";rrjption of draying and cart the power it may be necessary to ask agp d.'iiie b> Hiplcy Transfer, phone tlu; contributors to come to the sup- 73-ii port, with not only what is due now, htit the remainder of the subscription in order to save the situation. \ past seven weeks 1 .M! mPDiirer- ilir l,itp X'oliuUenr .Fire are requc.itcd lo nu'Pt Flip Ifai: N'o I .11, ' inoi.M-n.i:. Marth Nlli, .i! i n'clock .qharp, fur lip piu-po"ip I'i i.'ii'i.dlMg the of the chief, T Nilkpiinpv. � i-";llis F,llpriia, the fnur-year-old duii(.'',t()r of Mr and Mrs. Kdward Br -li'ev. 9lh ?tr.-ef S., died yester-i\ y Tl'p fuiM'i.i! 11': ::t t'lo direction : <; .\r!f'isij-,, V. 1.1 bp l-ii.-ld to-: "'.TOW Liiicrioop .'-.t 2 30 '"rem the c.^ -.-i t' (� r. ' ) '� c .T.JVpry A whist drivp and social in connection with the S 0 E. White Hose detiirpp meetinc tomorrow night will '..e he'.d ip t!ic Oddfellows Hall at 9 german bank BANKRUPT Franl'Jon on the Oder, March 7.- The Verelns Bank, which after e.xper- ;of the Card.,ton district, is in the Letbbndge  Lodge No. 2, LO.O.F. a run, suspended Nov 2.i to- 1 . ,T , ,1, , .u 11 f . " -l , ^ay was declared'bankrupt. The loss- .aty Ml PertP.y reports that the will confer tlmtmliatory degree j es are estimated at $1.000,t)00 a.Kl they prcspppts fr,r a inimper crap ,.i lull Frul.iy evpninp. Mairli Kllli, al ^ involve a total capital of |fi'.',=i,l)nn and wheat are v,ry biiglil At pnsi'Ul j. m AllIOtiF lodge membpr.K iirp , from fifty lo sl.vly per pent, of deposits , the giound .s covered with about l.slheartil\ welcume , also visil8ng Gdd-i whirh amounted to $l,-.vO,OOU when j inchus of .snow iellovis j the run began. Arllii r I'lTiiy. .i i r minent farmer o'clock Dainty Spting Haists ALI-OVER LACK WAISTS. SILK WAISTS, ALL COLORS. PLAID WAISTS, SHEPHERD'S PLAID WAISTS. FANCY STRIPED. Thuse now wnlsta in all the la'teat Now York stylos. Prices ranging from- .1*3.50 to .$10.00 New White Lawn Waists Lace and embroidery trimmed, also Tucked Watsts- 00rto.i;4..50 Ladies' Snits Jn all the most up-to-date staples and shades, and values that attract attention- .$13, $1�..50, .$20, .$25 Newest Creations in Novelty Neckwear Dutch Collars, Jabots, Turn-Overs. Tabs, the new Byron shape and many other attractlvo styles. OUR LUMBER SELECTOR always has you In bis mind's eye when he is doing Ills chooilBi. B� knows the IMPORTANCE OF GOOD LUMBER. He knows, too, that if you received a lot of poor stuff from ua that would be the last of our dealings together. So he makes aura against any such result by selecting only the very best lumber ha can get. We're hoping for an order from you about now. Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison MUls Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Aljberta Dainty Lunches and Afternoon Teas at ROCHON'S CAFE WE EXCEL IN QUALITY Fresh Ice Cream Daily Pure Confectionery Is served on the best tables in town Madam, will you let us prove to you its superior quality Just phone 1027 GILMORE & Second Avenue A, North Japanese Rice Straw Brooms With Bamboo Handle 20 cents each, 2 for 35 cents Only 200 in the lot See Our Windou, H. A. McKILLOP CO. crockery and grocery. PHONES 1.113 & 418 I ;