Lethbridge Daily Herald in Lethbridge, Alberta 17 Jan 1911
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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
4� free bus to All trains a. Hoite Windsor beit $1.25 a Day hotel in Alberta in Lethbridge daily Herald a a Jwj of 4. a i a a a when in Lethbridge the Dallas hotel 1 is the Best and most Conven a Lent place to stay a a 4 4 i 4 a he a �0 for Aye trouble with your cooking Range ? docs it do the work that you want it to do Iii a s list Aimor manner or if you arc think intr of big Yinfu a now Ranu c let us help you to decide on the Best one to buy Stewart ranges satisfy because hey bake perfectly lop and Bottom. The Cook thoroughly and quickly. They consume Little amount of fuel for work done. They Are built to stand hard and constant Usu a for loner years and our guarantee goes with every Stewart and that guarantee save that it will City for the use of their own patients. There will be a me int to further organize the Hoy scout movement on thursday evening at the . Building at i Foht o clock. Iwin and. Superintendent of Western branches has been appointed assistant general Tran act of the Catia j Dian rank of Commerce. I inspector West of the Loyal North \ West mounted police has so far recovered from his recent illness As to j again take up his duties. S. I Shepherd barrister returned this morning from a ten Days trip including Ottawa Montreal and Toronto. John b Allen left this afternoon for Calgary to attend the Farmers convention which is being held in that City this week. Mrs. Smidley of Lethbridge spent last week with friends in Calgary and is now visiting for a few weeks with mrs Walter Henderson of Strath Ona Alia. City King incur Arnold leaves on the 22nd to attend the annual convention of the society of Canadian civil engineers which meets in Winnipeg Froman 21 to Ian. 27. C. P. H. Conductor s. W. Morris a brother of a. E. And William Morris is now running on the Crow having been transferred Here from his old run East from Medicine i at. This week George 4uick starts a stage and mail line leaving Warner on tuesday at 7 . Me will carry the mail and passengers to Masinsin Lucky strike and Alvorado. J the Village elections in Warner resulted As follows l. S. Ocl Fogwell 42, i. N. Macmillan 32, 1. I r. Yates n. I. Steele i 20, i David Marshall 16, i. F. Roland 10.the first three were elected. There will be the annual general 1 meeting of the members of the . C.a., of whom there arc 225 now at the . Building tonight at 8 o clock to deet directors in the places of those who Are retiring and to transact other business arising at an a neral meeting. A full attendance is reverted mrs Caroline Robinson aged years wife of David Shaw Robinson of cart angry died at that lace on air 14 the inst the funeral was held s poning from the undertaking is i Hinett of t s be Steij a and their was n service in St Patrick s Church conducted by father thai interment was made in the roman cat hoi in cemetery. Vials ltd., have opened for business at their warehouse on secon Avenue South. Thor Stock is com a plot and orders from any Point will i to shipped on the shortest notice. .1 Lemster is manager of Tho local Tuttich. Crockery glassware dinnerware Fine China Cut Glass chamber sets brassware glasses Jardiniere Etc cheapest at Kirkham Bros 315 Crabb Street phone 556 City and District for chilblains try our positive chilblains City Engineer Arnold and Aid. Oliver left for Edmonton this afternoon to take up with the provincial Hoard of health the matter of the acceptance of t. Aird Murray s plans for the proposed sewage disposal Plant. 1 the a. Trains Are All running on time again. Provision has Hern made against another heavy wind by the building of Snow fences along the big cuts West of the big Bridge and on the Carn Gangav Branch which were unprotected during the heavy wind of two weeks stand which tilled with Snow considerably impeding tint Fly. Chief Gillespie wishes that the father of the two Young boys. Charles and Alexander Groff who arrived Here alone on saturday night from Almar. Colorado to i " in their Parent. Will make his whereabouts known. The two youngsters Are still brine for at the drab eur Home unless the father is heard from within the next i Twenty four hours the police depart a Mem will take Steps to have them or a turned to their Uncle in Colorado i police magistrate halt acted As us i own interpreter at the police cirt i this morning. A Young Kuve an named Fred Stavio was up on a Drenk and disorderly charge. He could not spit English and their was no onto the court who could speak Luis Sian. The magistrate however discovered that the Man Ooi French so he questioned took Mir answers in that language sva . Blended guilty and was find 5.1 mycoses Alfred Olsen another . I Man was also fined St and Cosit ring drunk and Cre Aung a Virti once. Cure one or two applications will give immediate Relief and its use for a Short Elmo will effect a certain euro. Price 25 cents at Thor haul store . D. Higinbotham & family and dispensing chemists night and Day Telephone no a Iti a Light Rell on front door tie to business locals 1 guess Freddie had them All guessing at the Eureka last night. Some Joc he ? Don t miss the Eureka this week. Call Blini the Lethbridge messenger service for Quick message and baggage delivery. Of flick 307 Crabb St 210-0 did you see that kid Hedder at the Eureka last night ? the most wonderful boy Ever seen on the stage phone g.12 Pony express baggage transferred removals Coal. Co d. 308-o some show at the Eureka this week al., where do you get All these people. A new outfit every monday night. Grand dance under the auspices of the caledonian ipe hand will to yield in Reding s i All tonight. Very body Welcome. 30-1 a in nip will he held in the caledonian mall thursday evening january 10th for members o the caledonian society and their friends. City a i i is Koft Rev. Or. Bryden of St. Andrew s presbyterian chinch North Lethbridge want to Tabor yesterday after non to take charge of the pics bytes Ian Church there for two weeks. A. M. Ritchie Secretary of the. Lethbridge Lodge of the knights of pythias went to Medicine. Hat. Yesterday afternoon to represent Tho Lethbridge Lodge and the installation of officers Aud other big Doit sat us Hytt. Will kill the Board of Trade continued from tront Page. Will kill Board of Trade j another citizen who Felt warmly on the subject was f. A. . Sneaking mildly he said. I do no like Tho Morion. It Means that the Council let the work of the Board of tide to itself and Tho Root a Iii a there will be no Board of tide. People will i Lin Ali Etolin a ivc Soiro . Direct Olio v., ii Eudre Prter a . $1.65 to �4.50 10 . Off prices ladies underwear White Wool i Turtil two i v i i i a i4 4 i want battleship called Winnipeg Winnipeg Jan. 16.-the Winnipeg City Council ton Lusht passed a Resolution to petition the Dominion government to name the next of the Canadian battleships Wynn Lotc. It i la re to notice just to Jos your memory Liat a Roeroy Slock is now Complete very Thlik that s Kochi to eat \ & Tiki i successors to Craddoc & Vulner phone 815. Sherlock Block
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