Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
BUI TO AL J Hotel Windsor J Hotel In Alberta The Lettibridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIPQC The Dallas Hotel J l YEAH File., Binding Cases, Transfer Boxes, Loose Leaf Ledgers, ,-u. ertical Folders and Cabinet. Kins "P 1'none 12ba. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK DOOR WEST OF UNION 1ANK. 1ZW. AOENTS FOR AND UNDEBWOOD TVFEWRITEM The Value ol Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Cpinpounding The ut Medicine belrween the purity ir of the drusa and Uis method and manner o' their compounding This drug; we o.'ter ara strictly pf the hlshest class. Our training, iinerience and equipment assure that all medtcinei will cgijnoea rixnc. Brine all jour prescrlptioiti to filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. A. BiFLEV, MAMAO1H. FHONI T7I MANICURE SETS raanlcttreil nulls eertifnlj Indl Brer.v woman nppreclmtoa a good manic HOP-. Gat one here. TOILET SETS The verj' toilet tots In china, ebony roaewood and silver. A pleuing uielul gift. Our toilet sets marked lor quality, work- manihlp and deeign. JACKSON GO. JOHNSTON JACKtON. ILOCK. >HONI If EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS E" XT ngmeers. JNotice .ENGINE SURPLUS. PIPI COVERING, FLUB LININOi. LfATHER SfUTING. CYI.INOEH 011.6. LUBRICATING OILS. PACKING. WASTE. PIPE CEMENT. STEAM AND HYDRAULIC BOILER COMPOUND. IN STOCK? Canadian General Supply Co. Ltdi Resolved that 1912 will be Lethbridge'a Year In -KTonlbim. with i'il. twolmInn we have made pi-eparalions with .1 carefully nclw.tod stock of (jiMCi'i-liii anil Willis io "t Inmi. do a -iiirt of ilio conilus your and we Intend io keep on ridding to this slock to meet the ileuinmlB of VINELAND CANNED GOODS IN SANITAKY iK-liovu we have Mild imilv about till-so canned In Hi" last year limn nn) him; we. have for anlc. tun we can- not snv KKJ much nboiu them, for IK- iH'.ality i--, IVIccs also are very reasonable, in fact no higher than other brands. Tiiu iii-ji iiim- you order groceries, iry a lew lins. MclNTOSH RED APPLES To most of' the.Herald readern wo nood not mention nuylhing about ilio iiunlily of -these n.p- pies. we have placed aomu 3GO ciues of these !u t.iio city -within tho laat two weeks, and everyone licon more than pleased with them. a short lime only we will sell these apples per case. PHONES: Grocery Dept. 923. Oept. 127i. tee Crtam Dipt, 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH Wh.l.ul. Out 1871 ICE CREAM r-HUIT AND CCNF6CTIONEIIY Wh.ltwl. D.pt. 1271. WHOLESALE RETAIL Cream K7. WEATHER Edmonton, fuir Calvary, cloudy..... U'tbbrUlgc, snowing Keglna. cloudy..... Winnipeg, cloudy Tort Arthur, clear snowing Nelson, mowing-..... Decidedly cold weather bus pre- vailed ill over the prairie provinces. Forecast, all und north east winds very cold today and Friday. lemte reftr.emmt and faste. j ;ure sot. Put it on your list j CITY AND DISTRICT R. L. Miller, of Stagrath, is spend- ing; a few says in the. city. j Oliver provincial librarian, ar- j rived in the city yesterday to spend i a few days. j There will he a regular weekly j meeting of the council of the '-Board of Trade this evening. Court Star Ancient Order oi For- esters will meet on Monday, January 8th, instead of Monday Mrs- W. M. Meadcr anil Miss .1. M. Marr, of Uduc, are visiting friends in ihc city for a.few j .1. V. Harrington, oi 'Mont., formerly oi is.1 i spending a few days in the city re- j j ncwing old acquaintances. j J. K. Stauiier, one oi -Didsbury's J! I leading men, arrived in the city last: night anil is spending a few days nerc j on business nMtters. I 1 .1. 11. Palmer left this afternoon for j l.umlbreck, where he will act as counsel in a criminal case which is he tried there tomorrow. The North Lcthhridge Ratepayers' Association have, decided to hold no inore meetings .of t-hsir .organization until after New. Year's. Word has been received of the death! at West-wood, Ontario, ol Mrs. John Breckenridge, mother oi .Hugh enridge, of the Lundbreck Coal Co. L. S. -Brown, the. new manager ol the Majestic Theatre, win. arrive in j the.city-next Monday to.assume hisj duties here. i F. E. Shaiitz, oi'Angus it 1 left today for a'business trip to Her-j i and will he. absent about a! month. j R. 0. chief oi j the Edmonton five department, is 'in the city representing on? of the pav- ing concerns tendering on tiic paving contracts. The city hall is besftgi-.il today with representatives oi various paving and machinery linns .which are. tendering on the paving and street- railway con- With the advent of cold once again, Secretary. Manwaring oi I the Board of Trade, expKls Io move' into the Dry Fanning Congress hcad- (niar'lers shortly, will occupy Kitchen Hardware Wn bare added complete line ol' graui'tewarc, tinware, and the little necessities which add to kitchen corn- Tort anil make it handy for the JiougewUe to do her day's wort. SEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS HARMONY OF BOSTON SOAP will ii'ive yen (i cakes Also M pair ,u-l' bat-li rnii'-ts. '.vovtli. easily 25c a. pair, 'free.' A word to the wise, etc. Phone your orders. Tliey are goihV rast, at J. D. Higinbotham Dispensing Chemists Lethbridge Alberta CITY AND DISTRICT Till- new H.O.K. Hall adjoining tlio Y.M.C.A. will he opened tomorrow, Friday, evening on the occasion oi the annual banquet, which promises to bf a successful affair. The Board of Trade have been very successful in obtaining clippings from outside papers concerning Lethbridge j and tire Dry Farming Congress. Hun-J drcds have come in all speaking very j highly of Ihe energetic spirit ot the j citiw'ns in bringing the institution to Canada for the coming year. The clippings will be preserved for refer-' cnce in a large album. I Mr. KiUsiimuoiiK, the manager "f j the Alexandra Motel, dill a very thoughtful act Hie other day when he I iniormed Mayor Adams to give every- body thai wris hungry 'on Christmas' day his can! and send i hem to the; hotel, where they would he provided j with a full course dinner free. Tim: mayor did his Ix-st to find some poor! starving individual, hut was unsuc-1 ressfiil in his efforts. Manager Fit-z-j sinimons is to IIP commended for. his generosity. A foreigner of unknown nationality; wis picked lip this morning by Gi-u. Ii. Weller. in nuc of Ihe down town alleys suffering gri-atly from frosted l-ie was taken to- the, police j station, when; lie. was warmed and i f'iid, and the stood naturcd cops look; up a collection 10 keep the poor ?ci-i low from frost and hunRcr for -.1 day; or so until work is found for him. He .inid that he liart just- come from B. i although lie could speak very lit-! tic English, so Jhat his whole story could not lie lear.ned. The Bentley CoY ltd. For the Skating Season We'lire olfei-liis exceptional values In Men's Sweaters Knit from Hie bosl Scotch Yarns. A viirluly ot colons. COAT PULL OVERS In Grey or Boys' Sweaters Hml sweaters, liuiion over rlRlit shoulder, mill nuvy I'lill Overs J1.50 Hockey Shoes A full range of sixes for Men M and Hoys; Inside ankle sup- PHERSONS rod.. Men's Hockey Shoes }4.00, 14.50 Boys' Hockey SHoei Ladies' Hockey Girli' Hockey Shooi.....J2.50 Estevan's Member a Railway Enthusiastic (Ctntinimi from Front Pigt.) HURRY! HURRY! THE BEST HEATERS 15 each fiptiiop Hayp ASSIGNEE Khcne 575 3rd South. P. O. Box 117 BUSINESS LOCALS Calgary 15ye Opener for sale at Red Cross Drug Book Co. 15-1 Your last chance tonight to these classy pictures at the New .Mor- ris. Hurry. For quick'baggage service; 'phone 670. Hex L'igar Store. i-3-0 An auto chased by a motorcycle, some speed toniglil at the New Mor- p'orvion of that offiw untilllic spring, at Bower, the man arrested day. mt hy OIK Mounted Police near the Cy- Kfu at Cross Book Co. A gooil crowd turned out to witness ''Ten Nights iu a the. inary hearing. Morris'last night. This heauli- Kire. Chief I lardy.was the recipient, A w-n to. of two very handsonie prescnt-s Christmas, the donors being the mem- j Tllomson.s for any hers of No. 1 and No. 2 brigade. o, Xelson.s shoo Store. 51K and have a Handy-'Light press Htils, arrived in the city thisj afternoon was .taken Io tin- Bar- racks where he will await a prelim- inary hearing. former presented him with a beailii- Still Favor Reciprocity ,-This led to talk of reciprocity. The farmers in tile Estevan district, have not forgotten the 'great bill, and arc still sturdy champions of all the principles of free trade, underlying the pact. Supports Dry Fanning Congress Mr. Bell thoroughly appreciates the importance of agriculture as (he pre- mier industry of Saskatchewan, and I staunch supporter ol any niove.-j mcnt which will tend to foster the; industry. He attended the Dry Farm-i ing Congress at .Spokane in 1910, j when l.ethbridge was in the field for Ihc liill meeting. He is greatly uicaseil that. Lcthhridge secured the congress for ne.vt year, for it should leave its mark on Western Canada ajriculmral methods to the benefit di farmer iu the country. Sas- katchewan will br. represented at tlu-. mcitiiig htru next fall by a large delegation. The. farmers of the pro- vince are thoroughly awake to the. opportunity which is theirs, and jur. Bell thinks that instead of attending .Winnipeg'fair as is their custom, tlle.yi fully set Masonic while Ihe North Ulbliridgo hrijtadc him d-Miionstrftted on your piano. 1-1-2 icely engraved clock-.. i Vridov' Evening Uancing Clnh Tin- sudden arrival .weather hM WMfclv d lha.s put a crimp in'varlous kinds ot; nlorrov... Oaskcll's" orchestra. 1 labor, as nl. the present ,time -many j" men.aie wondwing around tile city in an endeavor some kind of, oiiice 337 n'ound St. P, O. J24 SIXTH ST. PHONE Ml i lu-meii. Oliice 337 Round St. employment. The cold wealnrr has I' put a slop to threshing -operations in eeriain quartern with the "result thai j la don! a number of men.who would other-ion Township, where she lived wise hare beon engaged on thai kind She was born In brantforVl; ol work had the "weather 'been siiorf.' CJouduy ikiutiiorn, IT, at port, X. S., wfts will defer their holiday and attend the Lelhbridge. Congress. He is much pleased with the important part- their minister of agriculture, lion. W. is playing in the affairs of .the institutions, and believes that! tljp. farmers of Saskatchewan as well as I hose of Alberln will reap Ihc! benefit through the more scientific methods of taught by the Gongress. .Sir. Hell is a former resident of l.ethbridge. In 1903 he was in charge' :uf the Southern. Alberta district for ,'tiH- Co. Ilr. is much! I imprmned with the growth of tire city I in pait eight particularly I w.ith the iiihilanlial nature uf the i (niiidinj! being vrtctfil. in the in' fi.hm.i in (oc nope ui do. So long, as the; cold snip lute f Northumtel.nd il will be BoinCTfliHi of.a problem nud- ing work for these :uen tinlMJ per-. chance the city may- themaomc-! _. thing to do. Tile moment the weather mojtratcs and a: tliiiw'seia' in a ilif- Inrenl coinplf-xiin.i will he put on malli-rs. .St. FIBEO of all arnn were to Portia today.1 Ordert were to hang all IVrsiani ivuo had liarllclpated in attack! upon the Czor's HOldiori. There great oxcltcment war office and it. .Is (tint are Uelnjc mndfs for FOR Dainty Lunch or Afternoon Tea ROCHON'S CAFE QUAKER BREAD cs' to you iresli every clean; sweet ami MADAJI Ufa is too ehorl and QUAKER BREAD too good for -on to spend your tlmo'ln a hot kitchen baking., .lust phone 10J7 S sample loaf and find out how good QUAKER BREAD really It. GILMORE 1ECOND AVE. A. NORTH HEATERS Our stodi is coinplcie arid gives you a groat; line to select from. Oak IToinc Strathcona Hot Blast Efficient, Kent-ing for all purposes from the small living room u> the lurgo stoi'e, wurcroom ov hall. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd COflNER STH ST. AND 4TH AVE., LETHVMIDOC.