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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November f LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERAT.Ti ave Spending Contradictory as it may appear, it is neVcrtheWs true that tKe aasieit way to save money tnese days is to spend it at the MG FURNITURE SALE Whiciiis now proceeding at the Meltzer Furniture Store opp. Eureka theatre. ,We bought this stock not because we wanted" it but owing to our in- creasing trade, we wanted the stand. Three carloads of the best that can be turned out by the leading makers of Canada already ordered deal was completed, and which we had to take. tremendous stock is now on hand and enables us t.o give the citizens of Lethbridge the FINEST SELECTION POSSIBLE In dressers, stands, chiffoniers, sideboards, buffets, mahogany and golden oak rockers, leather upholstered .parlor and den chairs, dining, kitchen and den tables, rugs, bedsteads, mattres- t ses, ranges, stoves, heaters, We made a: good buy when we took these premises and we ask you to share in cheap prices ticketed in plain figures on every article. ,We have thousands of bargains, far too many to enumerate. 'We could possibly ffiTe vou some indication of our stock if we paid for a whole page advertisement T rf in the press each day, but %e; prefer to give our patrons the cost of advertismg- by rediicingvthe prices US GET; ACQUAINTED If you have not already dealt witH us.: we can confidently appeal for your patronage. We have the goods, and the prices are so. low as to command your- Opposite Eureka Tkeatre PIGTUBE Largt aitertmtnt 'of the iiignii ln; Mauldingt. WORK GUARANTEED" GEO. BEATON Cement Glyn Oppoiite ,9herlock lldg.; HOUSE CLEANING Now en Hand Have your rugs, carpots, etc. cleanad by the. Vacuum Pro-. cess. .PHONE 1115 Or cal? 1208 Courtland MASONIC LODGE 7 AT GRASSY LAKE Development of Coal Mines Being Discussed Lake, Nov. L. Bur- D.D.G-.M., of Bellevuc, Alia., was in Grassy. Lake on Tuesday ihe Sth, and established a Masonic Lodge to be Jcnoivn as Grassy Lake, U. Thera Tvcre a good many brethren j from different ports of the country at j the ceremony and several members from the Tabci' Lodge, recom- j mended the institution of ths ncw I lodge. A. very pleasant evening -was i spent -with the and the foK lowing "are a list oi the first officers: 'II. A. Driggs, W.M.r, Tbos. Oddie, S. W.; Robert McLachlan, G-.W.; .R. F. James L. Larsen, Wm. Raisbect, S.D.; Peter Sempie, J.D.i; Frank Becker, Robert Wilbur; J.S., and B'.' Moss, Tyler. A''seven o'clock dinner served at the Grassy Lake Hotel to the visiting brethren and the members of the Grassy Lake Lodge. i Harry T. Cherry, of Winnipeg, and' L..M'Johnstone, of Lethbridge, were in "Grassy Lake a feAv days ago con- ferring f-5vith' H. A- Driggs in regard tovrusite and coal properties, here, and we understand they are go- ing to commence development work on the Anglo-Canadian Goal Syndicate mine early next- spring and are also going to bore several test holes. This being- the -'main- coaKpropcrty close to the town will a great- help to the people when once in operation. Job Llewelyn and some outside horse buyers are in the country at present buying horses for shipment to Calgary, where they are to be winter e'd and resold in the spring. They shipped a carload of cood farm horses from here today. J. ;.T. Reid, ihe manager of the Me- dicine Hat Milling Co.'s elevator here, j who has been away on construction [work on the G.T.P. Ry. north of Cal- PROVINCIAL APPOINTMENTS j in the latest issue of the Alberta j tlje following items of inter- j est to Southern Alberta appear i Appointments i .Notaries G. jof Macleod, and G. B. Moir oi' j Justices of- the E. Xeff or CUinook and J. T.'Xorth of Park- land. commissioners for taking Affidavits R. Bryenton of Medicine Hat; C. .T. Hall of Redciiffe; F. D. Murchiso'u I'of '.Bassano; M. G. Maclean oi Mac- j lecct; L. L. Morgan of Pincher j'Janjes of Lethbridge; Wnv. of S.-'A: Buchanan! 'of Grassy Lakc-an-d W. H. Le Roy ofi High River. j j t'oroner-T-Dr. C. E. Anderson, of JbrpoKs. U-ame of j 'Irvine..'-' "Stock Neilson, ofj Dry Your Clothes on a Wet Washday With New Perfection Oil Heater When clothes can't be iiuhg outside, and must be room or New Perfection Oil Heater quickly does the work of sun and air. You can hang up the wet clothes, light tion Oil Heater, open the damper top, and the heat rises and quickly dries the clothes. Do not put off washing; to await a sunny day in order to mildew. Dry your washing t'ny day with hot air from a i The following Justices of the Peace have ;C. Clares- A. jF. Werts-of.-Bbw island and John-Holmes of-Cardston; The following school districts have De'en formed: j Sections 7, S, 9, 10, 15.. IS, 17, IS, 19, i 2U, 21.' T2, 27, .23, 30. the north) halves of Sections-3, 4, 5; .and 6, andj Uhose portions, of rSectksis 31, 22 andj 33 lying south, of the. Belly River in j 'Township 10. Range 19; and that por-' tlon of-Section 3 -lying south of the said river in Township ,11 Range 19 west of Meridian, .have erected, into- a School District under the name of the Cameron School ilHS'tnict No. 2209, of the Province of j-Alberta. Senior Trustee, E. A.-Wood, CoaJtiale. "The "north, .half of Section 31 in Alsolately tmoktless and It gives just as miich heat as you desire. It is safe, bdorleis and smokeless. It has an automatic-locking flame -which. prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, tod is easy to remove and drop back, so the wick can be quickly Burner body or gaT'ery cannot become wedgdd, cause of a new device in construction, and can always be easily unscrewed An indicator shows ihe amount of oil in the font. Filler-cap irted to be screwed (town, but is put in like A cork in a bottle, the font byachainr Finished injtpunornickcl, strong and durable, well-made, btitlt for service and yer'Iijht and ornamental. It has a cool handle and a damper top, Dttltn SvtiyMtre, If not at years, vjviie dtitrytye drattw -ft> the nearest afincy 'ef tttt 6 Range 'J, the north halves or Sections-. 33, 34; 35 and 3G in. Town- The Imperial Oil Company, -WINNIPEG LIVE STOCK Winnipeg. Kov. at stock yards tnis morning..included1-the fol- towing; 1.865 15 -Imlis; II calves tone of- the market'. decuT- weak tills, .and'" what i 6 Range" 3; Sections G, 7 and 18 jrew sales Tvere; recorded at -ten; o'clock i Range 2; and Sections showed that dealers''had no intentioa 1, 2, 3, 4, 11> 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16jto pay higli prices for --cattle whil-e ilia Township 3 west of the i shipments continue to such. i Fifth Meridian, have toeen erected; numbers. .'-'There.'. a large paid S2.S5 cw't. lor, some cattle, of J the prairie, who was glad to get-Vid of them at 52.75. Hogs-sold per-evvt.vwith a cut] BURNED BY-EXPLOSION- OF NATURAL GAS; Nov. H. .Richards and Albert Jl.. Bailey about the. head'and face' in explosion of natural at the residence of the''-latter on I; into a. School District under the name! quantity of experts.' on the -market, I last night The Bailey family" hid Just" lof the School District No. j only few were sold here, and j moved into town 1'rom Amherstb.urg, I! i'300 of. the Province of Alberta. Senior j brought at. the -point "of ship- J and Richards. wasUhowing them' Trustee; ment. to manipulate the natural gas Those portions of and S6 lying north and east of the Bow. 'I Kivei- in Township 25 Range 4; and irom ?3.75 to while some went as sections 26, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35, and tov as ?2.75. r Fesderg "were'Scarce Some choice butchers -sold-" at S4, but j and the explosion L followed -when in'.' the maiority of sales -were made at j was .Both "men down by the force of -'the plosion and-'tbe ffames spread to returned7 tdTfdwn yesterday. There will a meeting of< the Board of Trade on.the J6'th of the month to go into, the matter of incor- poration more fully. Wo understand there will some objections from the we Lope that- this can be overcroir'.e as 'incorporation .means-a great "benefit to the citizens and the business, and. there is little doubt that the town- site owners will deprive their share We-hope the citizens will take up this matter in" the right spirit. Albert G. and his wife left yesterday to spend the winter months -iirMclboriie, They expect1 to stop ofi for short visits at Minneapo- lis and Chicago on 't-heir way to the south. Mr. Rwen is one of our suc- cessful farmers of this vicinity and though it has been a poor year in some ways, he has .done a big busi- ness with his threshing outfit. I E. W. Luckhardi, manager of the Union Bank of (..'ana-da here, spent last-Sunday in Leihbridge, his former residence. those--portions of Sections 14. 20, 21. jttiis morning and sales of choice ones i furnishings in the room and'before'be-" 28, 29 and 30 lying north reported., while others j ing extinguished they had -.the. said .river Jn Township 25 Range j S9ld ?3.75. So weak is the markex for rmost' of the huilding' "west" of We. Fifth Meridian, hai-e' one "shipper had i was somewhat damaged. i erected .into a School District j under-the name of the Glenbow School District No. 2303 of the Province of Alberta. ..Senior -Trustee, -R. Dickspn, Glenbow. 15, 53, 24, 25. I'G, 27; 34. o5 antl 3G in Towns-Hip 8 Range 14 west c-f the fourth Meridian, have -been erected into a School District under the name of the Hudson School District No. 2304 of the Province of Alberta. Senior Trustee, Oscar Graham, Grassy Lake. The following school districts have oeen-empowered to borrow for the.purpose of erecting and equipping scnool houses: Monarch School Dis- trict, Ford treasurer, thous- jand dollars. Carmangay School Dis- trlct, J. W. Miller, 'treas-urer, one thous- dollars. Pleasautville School Dis- trlct, Miss Ethel Poore of Seven Per- sons, treasurer, fifteen hundred dol- NewTdale' School District, Tim- lotliy .Vewcombe of Bow Island, treas- urer. Snow fell in Kentucky and Tennes- see, and frosts prevailed throughout the south. '.I'ue cupola furnace of the Pasadenu. Foundry at Los Angeles, Cal, was I Wown un 'dynamite. The explo- sion undoubtedly was the result of malicious intent. The foundry has been from ihe beginning- an open shop BECAUSE THE BEST ARE CERTAIN 1 It possesses the full nuity flavor off The B esi No. I H ixrd Wheat Unbleached yet White as .SnoW'' Cut This McKlLLOP, H. A. Office 416 Owing to increased business we have been forced to install this phone. If store phone is busy call A number of people have selected Christmas Presents from our new stock of Fancy We store Purchases until Xmas All t All Varieties oi es at per ;