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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD I! 9 5 3 9 t- NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I The public are hereby notified that S. J. Galama, who runs a Grocery and Lumber Yard on the N.E' j Sec. 15 T. 22 R. 23 is at present in the city registered at the Coaldale Hotel, room 16. He has no inten- tion of leaving the country, but will again leave for his home in about five days. (Signed) S. J. GALAMA Constipation. Na need expect be healthy if the bowels are allowed to become clogged up. A free motion of the boweU daily should rule with everyone who to perfect health. Costivenesa or constipation clogs the bowels, chokes up the natural outlet of impure matter, and retains in the the poisonous effete waste products of nature, causing bad blood, dyspepsia, j headache, biliousness, foul humors, pim- jplee, boils, blotches, piles, etc. Burdock Blood Bitters nas built up an unrivalled reputation as a cure for constipation and the diseases which arise from it. Mr. Burn. Wood- cock, Nathwaak Constipation 4- Bridge, N.S., '4- Cured, -4- "For over two yean 4- my wife was troubled 4 4 4 with constipation. "She triedseveral phy- but could get no relief, but after taking three bottlea of Burdock Blood Bitters she was completely cured and to-day in good health. My wife and I apeak: too highly of Burdock Modd For cale by all deaJen. Manufactured only by T. Milbura Limited, Toronto, Oat. HEATING PLANT WAS CRITICISED Council Sore Over Conditions At the Cify Offices I f, Ct TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The G-. T. P. and C. N. Railways will join in opposing the demands of the engineers and firemen of these roads for increased pay. R. W. Jell, of Granum, is a candi- for the Liberal nomination in. "Claresholm district in case. Mr. Mac- .Kenzie resigns. Richard Aykroyd, formerly of Kep- ler, Frontenac county, has been ap- pointed inspector of immigration for Alberta. Carmaugay is to have a newspaper. Mr. A. E. Quayle of Toronto is ex- pected shortly and will get out a paper before Christmas if it is at all possible to get the plant there in time. The body of George Spence, an old man with a family near Toronto, has been found in water near Small Lake, Ontario. He had been drink- ing, and had been left behind by who were on the way to work in Maple Mountain. The opening of the tenders. for the. heating plant of the No. 2 fire sta- tion in North Lethbridge was the occasion for some animated discus- sic-n 'on the condition of the "heating plant in the central fire station at the city council Saturday night. The following tenders on the plumb- ing and heating plant in.'No. 2 fire hall were opened Hick Hardware Co....... S 930 Wm. Head Co............: 3332 Western Plumbing Co. Aid. ...Hatch' did not think they had got a square deal on the heating and plumbing in the No. 1 fire hall, and did'not feel like giving another con- tract to the same firm. Building In- spector Meech said that the firms were not anxious to bid and he thought the prices were high. The lowest tender was for a lower radia- tion surface, but the boiler1 ought to allow for increased radiation. Aid. Adams said that he believed that some of the fault for the condition at No. 1 fire hall lay with the architect as well as the contractor. Chief Gillespie was present and spoke strongly of the condition in the police quarters. He was afraid that some of those in the cells as well as the police force would sufier serious harm. He will have to make arrangements with the Mounted Po-j lice to care for the prisoners. Chief Kilkenny said that an effort had been SOAP ONE OF MOST A BASKET FULL of clean, sweet-smelling linen Ls obtained with half the toil and half the time if Sunlight Soap is used. Sunlight shortens the day's work, but lengthens the life of your dothes. directions. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or For wash ing underclothing it is unequalled Cleanses and purifies. THINGYOUCAN DO FOR YOUR him down tight they should give the contract to lowest bidder. Secretary Robinson said that J. A. Silver had examined the plant and said that the fault lay with the manufacturer and warned him that the council should have sections of the -boiler always on hand as they are likely to blow out any time. Chief Kilkenny said that a sectional boiler should not be plac- ed in such a building. It should be a tubular boiler. Mr. Meek explained that the higher tenders provided for a bigger boiler and a larger radia- tion space. He thought such large boilers were unnecessary to meet the requirement; he asked that average temperature be 68 degrees when it is forty below outside. On motion of Aid. Oliver the ten- der of the Hick Hardware Co. was accepted. All the aldermen vcting for it. The explanation of Mr. Robinson seemed to satisfy them that the fault did not lie so much with the contrac- tor or the architect as with the man- ufacturers. (Winnipeg Tribune, Tuesday, May 18, 1909.) No better operatic tenor has been heard in this city than Signer Gher- ardi, once a member of the Savage 'orces in their palmy days. Of this vocalist it may be truly said, that he came, he saw and conquered high- ly critical .auditors, and he has leap- ed in one single night into local pop- ularity. He is an operatic singer par excellence and one who sustained the made Saturday to heat the building j best traditions of the character he but the circulation could not be made and no heating can be done un- til the section. can come.- from Chican go. Aid. Hatch said that whoever portrayed (Manrico) with unvarying brilliancy. At times he rose to heights of real tragedy, particularly In the 'last act, in which he revealed logical purpose was to .blame, whether contractor or land vehement sincerity. Signer Gher- architect, ,should never get A'd provides another Iardi would be r 41J j isition to any grand opera company, job from the city. Aid. Adams said' that if the contractor plant suitable to the architect, and if h.e knew his business 'and bound land It is a'fortunate occurrence that a Winnipeg theatre audiences are priv- ileged to hear him." At Wesley Church Thursday evening. c- CLARKE 6? CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH III that's Best in the NEW FURS at Exceptionally L8S m SES38N PEICES We consider it quite a distinction to be able to .state that no unsatisfactory Fur Garment -or piece ever left, this store not one that wasn't the fullest sort of value for the money paid for it. The extreme care we exercise in selecting these may seem a little exaggerated to some, but we know just what it means to have the reputation of selling the most reliable Furs to be had, and we intend to keep it. Our stocks this season leave nothing to be desired, and we are ready to meet the demands of the most cri- tical. They are priced in accordance with their intrinsic lower, if anything, than you could reasonably expect such Furs to be: and every piece is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. MINK Scarfs to Stoles to Muffs to GREY SQUIRREL Scarfs to Muffs to BLACK RAT Muffs to BLACK PERSIAN LAMB Scarfs to Muffs to RED FOX Scarfs Rug Muff WHITE THIBET Scarfs Muffs NEWEST FUR-LINED Superior Garments, selling at........ Shell is made of beautiful fine finish Kersey cloth: colors, navy, brown, green and black; collar and re vers of specially seelected double stripe mink, 36 inch lining of best grade Russian rat: 52 in. long, semi-fitting, excellent values at the price. FRIENDS IS TO VOTE FOR THEM IN THISCOTEST Interest in the Herald's prize contest is best judged by the number of ballots received for the various candidates. Saturday's standing showed aa unusual number of active contestants. Tomorrow will no doubt bring forward an additional number of voters. The race has start- ed ofi very evenly, no one having a lead of any consequence. A few yearly subscriptions to the Daily Her aid would place a brand-new candi- date among the leaders. All money paid on subscriptions, both old and new, count for votes, providing the term is three months for the daily and six months for the weekly. Candidates do not have to themselves to the district in which. they live and, have been nominated, but may accept subscriptions from friends anywhere in Canada or the United States. The price of -the Herald as the-same for each. Ask your friend? to for the Herald, and .give- you the votes, and if they are are already subscrib- ers, ask them, to pay something on their subscription so that you can get the votes.' A Word To Candidates Don't get into the contest half- heartedly, but go after the prizes in a manner creditable to yourself and j your friends.- Be enthusiastic. Once you get a start.it is-easy. The first few thousand are the hardest to get. Once you show that you are in ear- nest, people will- watch every day for your standing. Quite unconsciously I Mi 1 Xti rK ig i I 1 they become interested in you. 3erald is to introduce This clearance of Newest Tailored Coats and Suits has brought many enthusiastic buyers for unusual suits. The value-giving wonderfully jn low Lethbridge women probably never witnessed an offer more eniicing seasonable wearables, than this rousing clearance of tailored coats and price and the high standard of quality in every garment involved lias brought dozens of eager buyers tc ccc cur popular inclined who appreciated at a dance exceptional character of the saving and supplied their needs without delay. the Stocks were large and assortments are still complete. Styles the very kinds for which the demand is heaviest just now. Materials are absolutely pure wool. .The making, the tailoring, the fit and finishing are of a kind you would expect to find only in garments of excellent quality. Our usual good values at and The you to the people of this vicinity. In many cases thousands of votes already awaiting for you, which may.be had for the .'asking. Gourlay-Angelus Piano The. first prize, the Gourlay-An-gelus Piano, is now on. the way from To- ronto, according to advices received rom the manufacturers. The de- mand for these instruments is beyond the capacity of the factory, other- wise, it would be oh. exhibition now. Jourlay, Winter Leeming have pick ;d out a special instrument for the Herald. The Gourlay piano stands n the front rank and the Angelus ac- tion is the pioneer "player" and con- tains -devices not found in other play- ers. In a test in Toronto some time ago, musical experts were unable to distinguish a difference between the Angelus and regular hand-playing by an artist. California.. There are no doube maay candidates entered in this contest who have been too busy for a year or two to 'even think of a vacation. Pleasure trips are a rule. The Herald is offering a vacation trip that IS worth while, and it will not cost the win- ner a penny. Along about the mid- dle of January the thermometer may drop even lower than it registered j Saturday. Now, truly, wouldn't a' two weeks' trip to the land of win- ter roses and ripe oranges be worth many times the effort required to win it? The only answer is "Yes." Parkdale Lots Did you notice that the price of the Parkdale lots have advanced S10 each? .If they are worth more t-his week than last, what will they be worth a year hence? The Herald is giving two of these lots to the candidate having the third highest vote on ballot and stibscriptions at the close of the contest. Second standing; of candidates to- J morrow. i District No. I the City i of Lcthbridgc. District No. 2 compri7.es all terri- j tory outside of Lethbridge. j VOTES New Renewals! Dailv bv Carriers, Lethbridge 3 months 350 6 months 2.00 1000 1 year 4.00 3000 2 'years 8.00 0000 By Mail: 3 months .............85 350 6 months 1.50 1000 1 year 3.00 3000 2 years 0.00 9000 Weekly Herald: f. months ................75 GOO 1 year 1-SO 1500 2 Wars 3-00 4500 250 700 2000 6000 250 700 2000 6000 300 1000 soon Many school children suffer from constipation, which is often the cause of seerningr stupidity at lessons. Cham- berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are an ideal medicine to .give a child, for they are mild and gentle in their effect, and will cure even chronic constipation. Sold by all Hudson's Bay Co. A Specialty in Men's Clothing THE CELEBRATED HUDSON'S BAY SERGE and A value that has never been equalled. Thousands of these suits are sold in our stores throughout the West every year and every purchaser is de- lighted with his purchase. Hundreds of our customers will wear nothing else hut this suit; they say that no other suit gives them the same satisfac- tion. The pure wool Botany yarns, and the dyes are guaranteed to be r absolutely Fast. These suits are cut over the newest patterns, with nicely shaped lapels, close fitting collars, well padded shoulders, and medium fitting back. Trimming consists of good quality of twill lining in body of coat, sleeves lined with imported sateen lining, coat fronts are reinforced with Irish linen canvas and French haircloths, shoulders are padded with all-wool felt. In all sizes. Regular and .v'.' Men's Grey Tweed Suits. Equally well made. Reg. price for Grey Worsted Suits, in the latest cuts to Men's Fancy Green Striped Suits, double breasted styles A Full Range of Men's Trousers, in serge, worsted, tweeds and' whip-cord, from............................................... to Corduroy Pants, extra strong Mackinaw Mackinaw Coats Men's Heavy Duck Pants, felt Corduroy Sheep Lined Coats. In all FUR. COATS FUR LINED COATS, MELTON AND TWEED OVERCOATS FOR MEN. THE BEST VALUE IN THE SUITS FOR YOUR BOYS SUITS FOR YOUR drives in worsteds and blue serge. Made in Norfolk styles. From Now is the time to select that new dress, to make up for Christmas. We have a splendid assortment to choose from Panama Cloth In all shades. Per yard Broadcloth Venetian Cloth In all shades. Per yard, from........... And scores of others of sterling value. To make merry at Christmas, brandy for the Plum Pudding. Hudson's Bay Brands of the products of the best distilleries in the world. Scotch, Irish, Canadian and d for from 3 to 10 years in bond in our ovrn cellars. Invalid Wines, Ales, World's Best. TELEPHONE 31 and ask for THE WINE AND SPIRIT DEPARTMENT. Hudson's Bay Co. I I i I i I I I i I 1 ;