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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The Leihbridge Daily Herald, Friday, March it I Union Grocery an Meat Market SATURDAY SPECIALS d SOAPS Royal Crown, G in carton 20c in canon 20c Western Queen, 5 in carton 2 for...................35c Sunlight soap, ti in carton, 2 for Fels Naptha, 4 in carton, 2 for ___.___...........25c Castile; 2ft> bars for ...-25c Castile, S bars tor----.. 25c per ,10c MEATS Rolled boiled (boneless) Ib Sbouldc-r sieak, per !b 10c Pot roast, per Kc'.kd roast, per Prime steer beef, mutlou, rork, veal, bums, bacon, lard, wl iresh and cured fiah, etc-.. on hand, at lowest S. G. Tuft Groceries, Geo. A. Delany Meats. Phone 574 Prompt delivery to all parts of the city A LOCALBUDGET COMPENSATION ACT IN NOVA SCOTIA Halifax, March A government measure' was introduced in the House of Assembly today, providing for compensation by employers to work- men who lose their lives by accident or are partially or totally incapaci- ated for work. In ease of death the amount pay- application for a license at ill. when- o workman Ims been em- At a meeting of the kuox Metis J. A. Harris went to Burdett yes- terday in a business trip. G. II. Farrow k-ft yesterday for his farm north east of Calgary. Cashman. the well kuowii clo- thier of Calgary was in the city yes- telday. Rev, Longdorf is in the city organ- izing a Lutheran congregation in 'North Lcthbridgc. The License Commissioners meet on at Macleod to consider the able where a workman has been em ployed for three years shall be om: Club in the basement of Knox church thousand dollars or a sum equal to'm-xi Tuesday evening D. II. liltou his earnings for three years, give an address on "The fulfill- ever is.largest, but not more than-! mm of citizenship." Before S. Lay ton Wednesday two thousand dollars. The act pro- vides for arbitration and other ma- chinery for carrying out sions. i at Tabcr Ulanclie Mitchell of the Rl- Taber was fined fifty Standard Furniture Co Successors to The White Furniture Co. 324 CRABB DOORS SOUTH OF BANK of MONTREAL I I LAST DAY OF SALE To-morrow, Saturday, March 12th LOIS DEN INQUIRY IS ON the provi- I ver 1 Jot torn at I dollars and costs for selling liyuor j without a. license. i Morrow Bros., who have spent the two years in Lethbridge, have I opened up a contracting business with ian ollice at 717 Crabb St. They are __ i prepared to give prompt attention to -jj REDUCTION 25 per cent, and 30 per cent. Kerr's Provisions Are The Best.. We have a fresh stock of Swift's Premium Hams and Bacons Today No Move Made to Fill Va- smoking concert wlll be giveil in the Knights oi Pythias Hall by the organizing commit tee oi the proposed mi (tee fancies on the Com- To are Leihbridge Command, Legion of Fron ____ i tiersmen, this evening, commencing at 8 o'clock. C. Simmons, Esq., Ottawa, March lO.-The Lumsden fae .Q thc cfiair> AU lhose cli. committee got down to real business -blc for membersiiip, whether they tonight and will sic daily until recclved personal invitations or not, are invited to be present. The. visit oi Mark Hamhourg, the me' distinguished pianist, this mouth is! an event oi great musical significance, j gi We have never had in this part oi the it-.qi.iiry is concluded. 'Messrs. Bar- ker, C rot hers and Lennox who re- thods adopted by the. government ma- jority in not permitting the minority JLO name counsel to conduct the anv artjsl who in his particu- vestlgation, were again absent. The lar field could he named with him. rfc HAMS Swift's Premium .25c per To Griffin's Premium 22c per ffa Swift's Winchester 21 c per rb per fb BACON Swift's Premium ..3Gc per Ib Swift's Winchester 25c per To Armour's Shield .25c per Tb Canadian .........24c per Tb EGGS AVe have a supply of new laid eggs at .......45c per doz Cold storage eggs 35c per doz: Canadian Cheddar. .20c per Tb Roquolort........55c per To .......50c per Ib Limburger........35c per Tb Lngersol Cream Cheese....... 20c per Tfa Swiss Cream Cheese ................35c per Tb AM these are of the choicest Quality. None better on the -Market. LARD in 3Ib, ofb, lOlt) pails. FLOUF: AH kinds kept in stock OIIE GROCERIES ARE NONE SECOND TO We Have a Fresh Arrival Fruits of Evaporated only members present were the four! AU lovm o[ musk. should make j government supporters, Messrs. a polnt not "only to be present themselves, but to use every effort to interest those who may not he aware of the treat that is in store. It would ?h throw back our progress a long dis- j lance if Hambourg should have any- thing less than a crowded j r i town Tuesdav .in the interests of the MUP at .uautou i_. i. AUC.NCKI. our own ships. Ii won nv Mice R AT 1 plfpr firm Airs i___ Oil Co. From City Council of Ed- monton for Publicity Purposes Edmonton, March a meet- ing of the city council on Tuesday evening the sum of was voted for the Board of Trade for publicity week in Lethbridge. won by Miss B. M. Telfer and Mrs. Perkins respectively, Mrs. Oliver se- curing the booby while the-gen- tlemen's prizes went to G. Bass and Smith, the booby prize going to V. Pearson. :Mr-s. D. H. Elton and children re- turned this morning from Washing-1 UP take up land. ion, D. C., where she h-as been visit- i. is arranging to maintain his law (Continued from front page.) course with regard to her own sphere I of influence. IE it was wished to be- i come a sea power she must co-operate with Great Britain. To do this he said we must build necessary .she would give bounties for the purpose. practice in Frank and for that pur-t_, r Mrs. J. E. Hunt is spending tbe pose with .She haa began shipbuilding and when Harry C. Moore oi Toronto who will j shiPs k C build they should be manned A. S. Hamgan. for some time past Iook after thc business o[ the Frank by. Canadians. The material was the employed in the post office, left on office> Mr MoQre is espected to in fche worfd> Tuesday lor Mont., where rjve jlcre TRAIN CANADIANS She would begin today to train Ca- A Strict Perusal of These Prices will Con- vince You That We Are the Leading Grocers in Town giving a dance tonight in Harper's Hall to defray the expenses of the season. Music wjll be furnished by j purposes. The Board in view of this j Harper's four piece orchestra. Re- freshments will be served. Timothy O'Leary of Lethbridge and grant agreed to raise among themselves, thus making a total of! to be expended for advertis-, ing the city this year. Some of the! aldermen favored a higher grant than ..Mrs. J. Fournier has returned from: A Y_ L Qf Prank and T 1U ing with her parents for the last three j Basil_ N B_t where she jiad beeil spen- Burnett Q. BcUcVUC have purchased Radians in the Imperial navy, cf Ger- months- [ding the winter. She was nccorn- the mercantile business of the late would have to co-operate with The Letlibndge hockey club are. panied by Miss Lena Cyr> of that Mn. McLcan Q[ HiUcrcst. They have i the overseas dominion the probability ?lace- purchased the store building and J.was that she would desist from her E. r left on Mohd ty stock and will conduct the business, 'present efforts to build a fleet which night for the east. .The local store of T. M. Tihos. .Uatchett, of Carman, Man., conducted by George Cruickshauk, as dn mtU "L CltlS arrived here on Tuesday with two manager, will be closed and Mr. jtcrms- cai loads of farm machinery- Here- will manage the Hillcrest! The lilinS that Mr. McLean cently purchased a fann east of the enterprise. jdid not like about the bill was that I it did not go far enough. Mr. Mc- A special meeting Of the ratenavers was heartilv cheered from the this but is was thought that with the LVliss Mary McDonald of Maple Creek! subscription of the Board of Trade married on March 9 nt the Wes- ley churcli parsonage by. Rev. T. P. Peny. it -shoala be sufficient pn'biiciiy campaign. for a brisk WARNER NEWS Warner, March little city is building fast now-a-days. There stopping with thc Lust family, will soon take up their residence on a farm four miles south of milk Ri- vct. IMPORTANT TELEPHONE LAW Bell At the Imperial hotel. Aberdeen, on Feb. 19, by the Rev. D. M. Munro. High United Free Church, James Bur- i nett Gibbon of Lethbridge. was mar- Opposes to Jessie. eldest daughter of An- Charter's Bill drew Morrison. Upper Cotburn Tur- rlff. are three new residences going up at Mrs. Leffingwell's many friends hero the present time and there are. others will be pleased to learn that she is to be built soon. [much better and expects to be hoine Walter Clark has been hauling goods from the hospital soon, to his homestead lately, ana the fa- Geo. Barrows and family oi Milk Toronto, March ing strenuous objections from the Bell The above was taken from the Ab- erdeen Evening Express. (Mr. Gib- T... tiucrrii '.ill. VjllJ- Telephone Company, the committee A A bon and his bride are expected to ar- annoinirprl tn fiimnni 1 u" Scott, also of Carman, arrived the llcld School Hall same day with two car loads of farm of Frank was ir.plements, and will reside on his [ast evening to nominate a candidate j Libcral TOM WALLACE OPPOSES inn i.-ast of the mwn. mcmber of thc village council to j Capt. Tom Wallace of Centre York Alex. or tlie .Norm Fork., the res j disagreed with thc views expressed has sold his farm, stock and imple- ments to F. Foster. Miss Harpin is afore to be around again after being the hospital for two weeks. SETTLERS RECORD The-settlers are beginning to come attendance, again with almost train loads of set- tlers effects. Sixteen carloads left mily expect to move out there in ab- out a week. We understand that Mr. Ostby is preparing to move to his homestead soon also. to consider Samuel Char- ter's decided to report it to the house. Thirty flays after its third reading tiie act will go into force. Under when the Callies will extend a cord- ial welcome. River attended the Sunday School the Provisions of the bill as amended iEArANGELLSTIC lectures here on March 1st and 2nd. i5t '1S made obligatory upon the rail- A car load of settlers effects board- afler a careful Investiga- 1 rived here today. The owner to telephone connection in .and conditions as I vi sable. it may deem ad- The lectures given by (I. F. Kcnnvlhaul the goods to his homestead cast ,case of on such terms at the Evangelical Church here on'here. March 1st and 2nd were very inter-1 _______________ csting and profitable and quite a Tne provision affects Doth connec- audience preetcd him both afternoon j Alexander Payment, a carter, 37 {tions between local companies and and evening. i years old, was hit by a street car in between those and the Bell system, the new comers arc Mr. and Montreal last night causing; his death ;Tne railway board must give its sanc- it 1 Misses Morton and Uail af Westminster Church ignation of Mark Drumin who was el- by "Mr. McLcan. He took full respon jccted at the annual election by accla-! sibility involving for Mr. Borden's mation but who declined to serve, amendment as he delivered an emer- J. W. Gresham being the only nom- gency clause. He had no mandate _ incc, was chosen by acclamation-if com his constituency to act in any i Very little Interest was taken in the'way. i meeting and but three ratepayers Sir Wilfrid in 1899 had been smart- i sides thc returning officer were in lv brought to timc by the Canadian people when he refused to send one man or one gun to South Africa and to try to make j jt would be thc same with the fleet .----a crisis came. ITothing could ht S tate has been quite num-] stand against thc sentiment of the. i thC a which favored immediate and lodays record is as follows: who sells real estate to confiding Prosper Le Due from Chippeswa people hy misrepresentation. The Wise, for Coutts. case in which a test is to be made Henry Watts from Utica, Minn., is that of A. A. Gannon, who it is T t u- Muskoka; Lake, Qu'AppclIe; the complaint against him ;_ fa T. from Utica, sold fruit lands, or alleged fruit lands jCampbclL in British Columbia to numerous from The police arc .Moose Jaw on one train and five of an example of that class of reafcs-iSf Cvcr tliese arrived at Lethbridge effective aid and this the bill did not propose to render. The talk was continued by Messrs. for Warner. Benjamin Campbell- Minn., for Warner. Lewis A. Campbell Minn., for Warner. W. Oliver from Ont.. for Lethbridge. Mrs. Gezelman and son oi Spokane, in the hospital an hour later Washington. At present they are fractured skull. from tion to all documents as to territory commencing next A scries of evangelistic services will be conducted in Westminster Church ra'es- March I3th- Sunday morning, >e held Hon. Utica, sons in this locality on a euanuiten j that if thc land was not found to bo j Derry West, all it was represented and good fruit.' land, the money paid would be ro- ___ funded. It appears that a resident of Lille decided to inspect his land and journeyed to B. C. to sec it, find- Winnipeg. March open- ing that thc fruit lartd llc PlirchilS higher and closed 5-6 was the bare side of a mmmtain 4 whore it would bo difficult to raise goats, let alone fruit. On demand- ant WINNIPEG MARKETS ea 1-4 to 3-S dam Beck has pronounced at n a'm- and 7-30 and during thc Winnipeg 1-S higher than vesterdi lns of his moncy, it was j n _ e f n rr 1 AZ. -m T.- I tivltl. 5i 1. views on the subject telephones. His plan is to place the control of telephone equipment in week following at 7.45 p.m. Miss Morton, of Carlton St. Methodist Church, Toronto, the only licensed the hands of the Hydro-Electric com- mission while questions as to rates jand service will remain with the ra11-igclisl' local preacher in Ontario, and in charge. morn- way board. jing subject will be "Christ in the close. There were scattered reports of damage to winter wheat but bulls find refused and thc case was called to the attention of Inspector Belcher, j who issued a warrant for the arrest, :r .A _ of Gannon for false pretences and Cor i it nara to noia markets np and re- Stewart went to Fcrnie Mon- and fit for a king, is and arrested thc defendant. The baked goods from this case will be hrarn Fridav. Firr- caused by crossed electric wires early this morning destroyed thc storage battery department of TW KAYO LAMF a high fride Unip roM at m low Tlwn m tbst cost mon br.t there Is no better Iwnf M WBT thc Banwr, (ha Wlclr, the all thlnffs in a lamp; of the RAYO LAMf perfectly eonrtructed and there noiMnf Koown In toe an of thni conld add to tht of RATO K Mgfcl-clvinc ftnltable fo? MIT room In "the Erery dealer eTcrywbere. not at yonrs, write for descriptive circular to rtit Arect of The Imperial Oil Company, and thc evening "From Calvary to Pcnticcst" JJiss Morton is assisted by Miss E. Ball of Alma St., St. Thomas as 1 pianist and soloist. Miss Ball is a i of services on Sunday. Arc you frequently hoarse? Do you [have that annoying tickling in yonr throarv Does your cough annoy you j at night, and do you raise mucus ir j the morning? Do you want It so, tako Chamberlain's Cough Rem- j edy and yon will be pleased. Sold by druggists. 1 t TH R "ATCil FO THE C. T. EVENT ports from Chicago and Minneapolis say markets have a tired feeling and lower prices likely to prerail. A good break would put markets on a heal- thior basis. World's shipmenets for the week are placed at Chicago opened: May 113 1-2. July 107 1-8; closed: May 113 1-4. July lOfi 1-S. Minneapolis opened: May 113 7-8. .Inly 114; closed: May 113 H-S, July 113 1-2. Winnipeg opened: ;March 103 1-2, May 106; closed. March 103 1-2, May 105 3-4, July 107. ;loosens ...e cough, relieves the Iwnga Oats closed: March 34 1-2, Mav th? and nature :in restoring the system to a healthv FRESH FROM THE OVEN piece of cry. CAKES AND LOAVES OF BREAD RECORD HOG PRICES are the digestible kind, if we made Chicago, March prices This bakery hasn't an enemy ;he stock yards continued to soar all the town, loads of live hogs j day. several car loads of live selling at a hundredweight, which 1s 35 cents above the high re- cord mark established yesterday. 'cines thst aid mos successful. Remedy acts on this plan. 10 i-s, juiy Condition, ciold by druggists. FOR BAKED GOODS PATRONIZE US We'll please you and our service prompt. PHONE 1181 ;