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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOft MINTING AT THC HERALD The Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY to litlUrt ttf Nlill UK Juat Arrived A large assortment of Enameled ft Tinware of all kinds Remember that buy our goods direct from the'factory and therefore the prices are right. (.-rive us a call when you need anything in our 1 ine Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention TH1T _____ i HICK HARDW11 CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash WE L-L INVITE YOU you conic u> town drop into our store :md stv us. want you to know us arm we want to know you. are proud of our stock large one and con- tains o great variety of DRUGS AND SUNDRIES Goods for the ?ick, and well. the old and young, ladies and .centlemen. girls and Fetch your drug- list and let us fill it. j, U. Family Telephone Dispensing Ct iifhtc Phone 62 P.O. miss Lawton and Thornton f in their high class comedy sketch, at the Lyceum tonight. 43-3 AT ALL PRICES Have you seen the Gvo. C. Whitney line? You- will find all the LATEST NOVELTIES here. Or, we have VALENTINE GIFT BOOKS ROBERTSON'S 1st Boor West efOnioo Bin 25i Agents for Underwood Typewriters. v CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. and ilrs. J. A. Young went to Cardston this morning. H. J. II. Skoith left the city This morning on a trip to Magrath. H. Bowman has purchased the two brick cottages of David on Bartlett St. The Death.Defying Milk can Mys- tery at the Lyceum tonight. 43-2 3Irs. W. II. Conibear arrived Satur- T? i i i- i cold with light day morning1 from an extended visit with friends in Maynard. Mass.. Mon- treal and Carleton Place. C. R. Daniel made a trip to Cuba from Florida, He expects to return to Lethbridge with Mrs. Daniel and the children this month. Everything Is new at the Lyceum j tonight. Get in early. The Store of Quality Just Received New Oranges Lemons Tangerines PHONE 2.1 C. BRADBEER CO. TUB Only UXiOi Store is the City A full line of VEGETABLES Can be had at onr store Consisting Potatoes Cabbage Onions Beets Carrots Parsnips Turnips of THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. Phone 9ft. queen of handcuff queens, gives you something new every night this week at the Ly- THE WEATHER. Kitmonton. cloudy........... 10 -4 Calgary, clear 42 4 Leihbridge. iair 44 20 Medicine Hat. clear 44 22 Winnipeg, cloudy 13 -3 Foivci'St: Alberta and Saskatche- MANY LIVES LOST Melbourne, Feb. British steamer Clan Ranald, is a total wreck near Edithburg and the captain and 46 of the crew, mostly Asiatics, were Browned. The vessel was seen drifting ashore last night out sank before boats could reach Eighteen mem- bers of the crew, including twelve coolies were picked- up. i i i 11 Prescription Accuracy Iii prescription dispensing we' Relieve vre have attained perfection. To begin with we have per- fected our checking system until there is ao possibility of terror. We do not allow substitution and our drags are of the highest test grade produced. These, conditions involve no higher ccst than where these precautions do not pre- vail; t CITY AND DISTRICT. Your last chance to see the Pearce Sisters at the Eureka. Kid Williams, of California, and Kid Ho well, the local fighter, were unable to reach an agreement for a scrap in "Lethbridge, and Jack Clarke, from Kenora to join her husband. Dr. of Philadelphia, has telegraphed .from Mullen, who is now practicing- with j Montana that he Is willing to meet Dr. Stewart in the city. j here in a fifteen round fight. W. G. Simmons did not arrive on Both fighters are in the middleweight -Sirs. J. A. Mullen arrived yesterday Wterta Drag and Book Co, Prescription Specialists 1.1, BUMS'- IETKBII06E i The Poultry show tomorrow prom- to be a big success. There are nearly, three hundred entries from all over Alberta. The hottest classes are Wyandottes, Bocks. Orpingtons, Fighting Game and Leghorns. Some of the finest quality birds the West has will be competing. Sunday from Edmonton MS expected but will probably be home on the Macleod train tonight. A carload of settlers' effects, the property of Carl Troidl, from North Dakota, for came in this morning. "The Brownies" presenting their big comedy success "The Scare- crow's at the Eureka. G. Moth of the kK-al staff of the C. P.K., drafted here-from Moose Jaw, received a carload of household effects this morning. J. J. Higg-Lns, who was remanded on Saturday morning on a charge of vagrancy was sentenced this morning- by Magistrate McDougall to two months, with hard labor. Qeo. H. Summers Stock Co. intro- duces a ,pew play every night next week. Buy, your seats ahead. 43.6 G. H. Bennett accountant of the Bank of Montreal here, has been trans ferred to ..Edmonton and the account- ant at Edmonton will be transferred to the Lethbridge branch. The opening of the Alexandra Res-j taurant is delayed owing -to unforseen circumstances. A definite date of op- ening- will be announced in the course of a few days. Eddie Reeves, the Australian wood. en shoe dancer. .The man that goes the Eureka. j There was one call registered for i the Fire Department on Sunday morn class. Clarke has been an associate of Philadelphia Jack O'Brien and is reckoned as a man of good Williams has a good reputation on the west coast and a fight between these two should be the real thing. the handcuff queen Lycsum tonight, at the 43 6 'THE DARLING OF THE GEISHAS' Oi Wednesday, February 1.7th, at the. Lycedm Theatre, 'The Darling oi the Geishas" will again be present- ed to the Lethbridge public. Mr. Al- len who i.-? conducting the entire pro uuetion, is determined to show the public what he a iinique opportunity for advertising the citj of Lethbridge in the East by sendin; the b-fsr local talent to Ottawa-to com- pete for the Governor General's an- nual prize. Miss.Sirum and Miss Arch- er will appear in .the leading roles, but the remaining cast has not been chosen. All the best talent in the city will be available. The chorus work is in the capable hands of Mr. Ely. No doubt many of our readers will look forward to this production with pleasure as there are several other new characters to be added to the original play. AN AWFUL SIGHT Balboa, Gal-, Jan. mountain crunching the lifeless and m--iriglect body of her two year old boy was the sight that greeted Mrs. Chris. Brown last night, when she entered the family tent, four miles from the Hotel Delmar, after a short walk. The mother'in despair rushed up screaming at the beast. The lion growled savagely and backed slowly out of the rear of the tent, his mouth dripping with the baby's blood and disappeared. Johnny Ducrow at the Lyceum in character impersonation tonight. 33.3 GREAT LOSS OF LIFE Canton, China, Feb. least two hundred lives were lost in a fire which occurred today in a fleet of boats. The charred bodies of 170 victims have already been recovered but many persons are still missing. CARDSTON NOTES William O. Lee, who attended the Trustees' Convention at Strathcona this week, arrived home today. He reports having had a very pleasant LIBRARY of the Labor j. t T W.MUIVJ JJ. I t 1 11 mg when it was discovered that the Tcmp'C Wl" boiler room as the gas well had caught fire. NO great damage was done, the fire being almost immediate- y extinguished. AH tho Soo -line.' trains are blocked n account of a heavy rainfall. No mail has been received from the East- States for two days. No mail Bulletin be open henceforth every evening 7 to 9. Take advantage of this library. Costs about 2 cents a week. Change as often as you .like. 43.) REMEMBER In whatever business or work you are engaged, your clothes need atten- thinks' which See YBUR get-out of a straight-j j'.cket at the Lyceum tonight. 43-2 j The French government is .consider-. ng the passage of a law compelling EYcnch steamers -to use wireless tele- BE POSTED A good "move" is for you to "look over" our lumber stock and note the itemi that most interest you. After that get1 our figures on your entire LUMBER BILL before placing your order. Ikirtf "posted" means that you know the- lumber market. Knowing the lumber market is easy if you're in 'touch-; with this yard. Buy lumber here. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber CompanyLd 23 123 is train Xb. 213 did nc or 97. Next Summers Stock Jo. at the Lyceum. Pricw, 25c 60c nd 75c.( Seats now on sale. R. Grimsrud was again remanded ntil Wednesday morning so that his awyer, C. F.-Harris may have time o look into the case. It is believed thatthe old man is not responsible r his actions.' He appears to be a well to do farmer from Dakota recently arrived in Alberta. "David Harum" next Monday night at the Stock Co. Dye Works, Round St. Tel. 353. 43-0 JflTMTH 10TTIB and FOUNTm WINCES Made by Dawson Rubber Company. Are the best in the market, and sold by J. J, Johnston -QUALITY QUAHTtlW- Poor Hardware on 'a Good House it Like an: Old Hat on a Well Dressed Man Let us show you seme fat Builders' Hardware Stafford-lhiKw Co, 'If Yn THE DATE The Opening Dinner at the Great Battle I for Supremacy AT THE Poultry Show H J TOMORROW I CHAMPIONS OF iETHBRIDGE AND NORTHERN ALBERTA Oliver Hal! ADMISSION 25c CHILDREN lOc MEMBERS FREE A Large Assortment of Children's Classic Shoes Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY WILL BUY--10 Shares Lethbridge Brewing at Cash ALBERT STAFFORD PHONE-297 BLOCK r MONEY MAKER. Two good lots, close, to corner Westminster and Courtlaud sts., each, half cash, balance 3 and 6 months. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK We have Buyers for 2 Good Residential Lots, close in 1 Lot, close In. Round St preferred 1 Secti m Land. Lethbridge District TO Cottage, per month Standard Land Co. Ltd. CAPITAL, SURPLUS Box 680 Phone 198 Agents Winnipeg Fire Insurance Co. i y i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. A full blooded Esquimaux has en- tered as a student at Manhattan Col- lege. John Baird. father of Hugh N. Baird. of the Grain Ex- change, died., suddenly at Montreal, Saturday. collector of customs at Wind- sor. Ont., received word that the' sion into Canada of horses from the state of Michigan had been withdrawn Cattle are still prohibited; from enter- ing. Robt. Campbell, late of Montreal, has been appointed general manager of the Northern Crown Bank. The Central Arcade at Schenecteeady Y., consisting of twenty stores On the "ground floor and offices, society rooms and printing plant above, was destroyed by fire. more chsnce to sec the children quarantine existing against, the admis at Eureka. BUM and profitable" time, and he he has learned some things will improve, the Public School here. 1 .market is still good i about acres of land having changed hands" this week; The buy- ers were all local men. The ice harvest is in iull blast. Ice of an excellent quality is being cut at the ponds idong. Lee's Creek and j tnost of the ice houses are nearly fall. Tho land at the ,0ochrane Ranch is selling at a good rate. About thirty- five families- are moving there in the CAFE Cannot Ue announc- ed for some days owing to unforeseen inter- fering with the com- pletion of the in- t'rior fittings, An ex-CP.R. Chef Has Been Engaged Seventeen people on the staff Seats for 48 at the tablet and 16 at the lunch counter. Four seats at each table. H I. WttAT, HANDCUFF QUEEN Highest-Pass VaadeviDe Ever in Lethbridge at the Lyceum This Ybur, the handcuff who de-; lodk her up with six Yale locks in this popular play house this _ fies manacles, straight-jackets, can fillcd with water and Jit can be seen that the management locks, is (he deadliner at the Lyceum! in a few minutes. is reaching and attaining highei this week This verv clever the clever j ideals in connection with of this week. This ver> clever their little sketch ioete playing Lethbridge lady has managed thus far to mjrati-.; namely, have; played jdl j .Next. .week. .Geo. Summers, present fy the public b her performances.; the large houses on the continent and ing Miss Belle Stevenson, will be at She invites the police wherever New Empire j the Lyceum, all, week in a complete is playing to put the shackles on her i Edmonton, jchanfe of play and there i j i Johnny Ducrow, the first man to i will be vaudeville between the and managed ;to jump the ncw Brown intend! to Island bridge in the city 'of enormous show at 25cUMc-75c. fThe thus far. She will demonstrate her i ability this week by inviting the pub. i New York, will also be at the Lj; lic to shackle her up in aceiim in the role of character imper opening play will be "David 'will be oh sale air this the progfAm it'1 week at- the -Lyoenm Box ;