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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Dally Herald; Tuesday, March 1901 MLuafaclircd by The Win. Buck RANftCS MAM Df BOTH CAST IRON AND MB. Do you realize what a Kappy Thought Range mewi housewife? Housekeeping is made a wotriea an, banished the Happy Thought insurea perfect ia aaftfljr the special dampers absolutely controlling tha fire. Our interesting booklet is full of facts about 1kis handtomi post card unll bring Hayr Bros., Local Representatives News Of The District COLERIDGE Coleridge, lAlarch W. U. W. Fortune, Held secretary of tlie Tem- perance and addressed a Morjl Reform well attended League, meeting J A RICH, FRAGRANT TEA _ M -4 f. _H M N iu "SALADA" is fresh from the gardens of finest tea-producing country in the worlds Sold only in sealed lead packets, which preserve its native purity and goodness. iA CHOKED A LONDON FARMER, Ask your grocer for a package to-day. You'll like it. Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 50c; 60c and 70c per lb.----- NO RACE SUICIDE IN THIS FAMILY CHAMPION CHILD-BEARER r fS London, March .Mason, a farmer living on concession 4, London Township, choked to death on a piece ot meat" yesterday morning. He was brought to St. Joseph's Hospital post haste, and the meat removed, but life was 'Mason was eating a piece of steak for brcakfasc, suddenly his son noticed him choking. He was pounded on the back, and every precaution I taken to restore Wm, but to no avail Vhile the son's wife tried to dislodge :ie meat, the son hitched up the horse nd drove the old gentleman to St. oseph's Hospital. The roads were bad and it took a onsiderable length of time to reach he city. Dr. J. Stevenson immediately ook charge of the case, and succeed- d in reinovlng the meat from the rind- pipe, but it was too late to save he man's life. He and the hospital staff worked ver the body for more an liour jut to no avail. In the school 'house here last evening. Air. Fortune is a splendid speaker and gave a very interesting and! instruct- ive address regarding the temperance work in the province. One of the enterprising young men or Coleridge is making arrangements to open up a butcher shop here. We have been without a meat 'market of any kind here for some thhe and the addition of a butcher shpp will be a very welcome one to the business es- tablishments here. Coleridge has two bridge and build iug gangs here now, one of which Is working in the yard and the other is repairing the main Hue 'bridge just of Dunmore tank. MRS. D.ANI2L cT. New York, March 7. "I have had Mrs. Bulger's maiden more children than any woman on Mary Donnolly. name wa Her brother John who resides in Ireland, is the pron father of seventeen boys, all living. One se: of twins was born to Mr and -Mrs. Bulger. These children die twenty minutes after they were born t The Bulgers were married twenty nine years ago, in Flushing, and fo che last twenty-eight years they hav lived at 2S South Price street, in th same house where all the childre ___children who were born lo her were born. ten were boys and twelve were girls, j The children living are Edward, 2 Mrs. Bulger was born in Ireland forty- years old; Joseph. 1G years old, an eight years ago, and her husband was Robert. 11 years. The last child wa also born there. He is fifty years old.-born six years Long Island and still I am re- marked Mrs. Daniel J. Bulger, at her home, 2S South Price street, Flushing. "Mr7 Oscar Darling, of Amityville, L. L, claims the championship of Long Island for having tne tartest number or children. He is entitled to that honor. Mr. Darling has had two wives." Mrs. Bulger said that of the twenty- MONARCH NEWS Monarch, March ace glad lo see Mr. Quick, of the machinery ag- ency, who has been confined to his house for several days with a sprain- ed ankle, around again. C. E. Moore, of the Moore and bridge, although a -very recent arrival has many here, who extend and best wishes. 'Mr, andivirs. McCrea will be n.t hotne after March 20th, ut the Prouse Cottage. The baseball team 'benefit .ball last Monday had a. very small attendance owing to the storm, but everyone had i 'splendid time. And the' boys 'gave mother one this Monday to make-up the deficit In expenses and help tlie team. Mr. and Airs. .A. Doluiidge gave a card and dancing party on 'Wednes- day night. About were, at- tendance. j. f A uuusical and "literary concert was given Friday evening for- the benefit of the -St. Presbyterian Church. A large audience was in'at- tenSance, who were very, well pleased with the Several numbers were worthy ool special mention and all were, good, Tuos. Prouse, jr. entertained 1MOTIG IIEITIE Mr. Purslow, who shares an inter- est in a hardware firm here, took a trip to Lethbridge this week. F. C. Mock, agent of the Sun Life Assurance Co., was in town last Sat- urday, representing that company. at a thimble bee on Tuesday after- noon lu honor of her guest, 'Mrs. Prouse of -Lethbridge. .Mrs. 'Bush and the new baby have had an attack of -the measles, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fuller entertained LEVER GIVES SOAP LIBEL SUIT MONEY Liverpool University the of Law Suit Benefactor Brown firm, of this place, was on a on Wednesday night. About seventy business trip to Calgary this week. v guests participated in a very sociable evening and a delicious lunch Tvas served. Mass was held at }Ir. Hines' on Wednesday morning. The infant son of -Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bush died on Tuesday night, aged 26 days, of measles. The parents have the sympathy of many friends. The funeral was held fiom the home on Thursday after- noon, the Rev. Beeroft officiating. BOW ISLAND 'Bow Island, Mnrch Hurd is putting on an addition to his store, making it 24x72ft. Ludtke 'Bros, have painted the in- terior of their store and are making other improvements. Married at Medicine Hat by the Rev. Wednesday Evening, March 9th LETHBRIDGE Choral Full Chorus and Orchestra PLAN NOW OPEN AT RED CROSS DRUG STORE E. A. CUNNINGHAM, ANDREW TILLEY, Musical Director MISS JESSIE ANDERSON, Accompanist D. H. ELTON, Secretary-Treasurer it ii j Mr. and 'Mrs. J. G. Waterson visited Grassy Lake on Wednesday. Miss Snell, of Wimrifred, was the guest of Miss Emily .Miller on Wed-, Mr. Farrell, on Friday, February IS, i nesday and Thursday. London, -March H. Lever, of Lever Bros., soap makers, 'has given to Liverpool" University school of Tropical Medicine, of which he is chairman.- Of this sum is the proceeds of damages got some time ago against the Daily News in the soap libel case. Miss Iva Viola Abell and S. D. Crea, both of Bow Island. Mr, Mc- Crea is the popular young manager oil the Stacey 'Lumber Yard, and his Annie Smith is quite sick. Mrs. C. H. Shoemaker visited Med- icine last Friday. A Poverty Social will be given at The Herald's Fashion Hint Lindquist Hall on Tuesday, under MILLION auspices the Methodist Church. A Hue of 25c. if you wear your Sunday clothes. The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian Church met Thursday afternopn for a business meeting to plan -work for rhfc 'summer, season. Mr. Donnelly, the International Har- vester manager, and' H. Smith made a flying trip to 'Burdett oil- Sunday. THE STRENGTH THAT'S NEEDED for the laborer, for the growing child, for the man who needs brawn and the man who needs brain, identifies itself with the bake stuffs that we jend out each day from our' bakery. WE HAVE CAKES AND PIES that put the finishing touch to the meal that has been made good by our fine bread and rolls. Fresh products delivered at your door every day. City Bakery PHONE 1181 Mr. Leo Carpenter returned from N. Dakota" on Saturday. A wrestling match between Mc- Fadden, champion of the Northwest, atd Ensign, champion of Alberta, is scheduled for Friday night at Lind- qius-. Mall. CANADA WILL NOT BE COERCED BY U. S DOLLAR ABATTOIR London, March "FInancia Times" discusses the tariff aegotia 'tion-s between the United States and Canada; the American gov ernment is hot foolish enough to throw the trade of Canada into our hands by- endeavoring to coerce that great country. The Canadian nation is the last in rtie world to be coerced and has nothing to look for from the United States." The Financial Times advises Brit- sh manufacturers to take advantage of the period of uncertainty to estab- lish their position. Wiil be built at Edmonton by P. Burns Co. this Spring Kdmonton, 'March 7 P. Burns in onsiiHation with "commissioners re- arding to removal of Norwood slaughter house which is a public nuisance stated that he intends to build a abattoir. He gave this as reason for delay in moving the 'Norwood building Mr. iBums is now looking for a site which will make the concern convenient to Tail- way