Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
MEE BUS TO ALL TRAINS 'Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel .in. Alberta- v v v v "I' v v 41 ifv s i j Daily Herald "S 'i- V. T f WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel 4 DISTKICT; Cayley council elected Dr. Browii chairman, and, J. 0. .Slalcr, secretary; treasurer.. If. Shenfidd, of IJowdcn; Al- Ijcna, is in tin- city nitjufring for his brother, A.. K. ShcufieUi, who-, he believes, is in the city. The last IIP heard oi liim he was in a hospital here suffering a cut ann. The ground hog cairc out his hole totlay ami saw his. shadow. Ac- cording to popular superstition., .he will rcturri for another. six the- weather going lu be- cold, if he hail I not seen his shadow he wuuld have re-1 j'ruaiiied our. j G. J. Hansch has purchased the in- tcrt'sts of Mart McMahon and Mrs. McJIahon in the V.'inniirfd luwnsitf, and thus becomes sole owner. Tin: property consists of acres, about j 50 of which is subdivided ;.a large niunher of lots -having atruaJy -beeuj sold. j A. Newton, formerly with the C.p.R. here, und well known, amone; youuger social set here, has sev-j ered his connection with the railroad i company and gone to Edmonton, i where lie will- -engage in the hardware; business ami- look after his j .interests close to -that city. i Tlios. Long, of the- Western Trans- 1 fcr Co., reuinvcd home yesterday j from Ontario, where he has hern vis-! iting fort the past six weeks. He re- j ports having had an exceptionally line i trip; taking in Toronto, Chicago, Min-j ]icai'oli.s- and Si. I'atil on his way, back. A. Cunningham, .of the Rogers- it' utminghani Lumber Co., yestcrdav j made Ihc draw in tho competition for) tht- 'Rotary White .Se.wing machine of-) fcrcd- by. JJawdcn Bros., Third in connection with their recent sale, i The he drew was held by T. W.' Mcf-Xchcrn, manager .of tho Bunk of Toronto, -who thus becomes the! winner. of the machine. Kev. Paterson. formerly pastor The Store C. II. 'Kcrr. the-fTolncn V.'cst building, Sixth! jstr'ect.j rniiirnnd erpnini iioiu i three Vrc-ts' business trip-to 'Wuini- J peg and intermediate towns, j John A..Mcno'Jsall, il.P.P., F, nionton, has lef. on an ertenoed visit! j lo the Old Country. Trill visit j I Gibraltar and will also the cor i Q. kigiiHttin I Cilti Family and" Dispensing Chemists and Day ...Telephone Na. Nigbt Rell on.Front Door BUSINESSLOCALS Call CGG, uic Leliibridgc Messenger of Cooke's church, Toronto, and lat.-j lerly' pastyr of John Service for quick message and" A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, tilings that he laiovrs must be done. How about your farsightedness'? Uan'i; you sec where you will have to do soiTie fixing uj> around the place before long, .some repairs iliat wili require sonic Then why put ii-olT'? Why not come in and let us tell you the cost- of the stuff you need next time you're in town V 13ut whenever you buy. be sure and see us first, even if you have 1.0 drive out, of-your way lo get here, IT AYILL PA V IX DOLLAHS CEXTS TO DO THIS. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Limited j ouatinn crremotueti. i Owing: to -iisc severe storms and gkgi: delivery. Ofiicc 307 Crabb St. train biockjidrs ihr tro'jble shooters j o: the Provincial hone Sypteni i have hatl u> ;v lov oi drivinj on lung-riisiaiicr inn Train--ser-j vice wiiir their T.ovk. church in Philadelphia, has i a eall to the leading .Presbyterian church In Belfast, .Ireland.. Be-fore j I raving he will conduct an evangelis- tic- campaign in' Lclhbridge, assisted by W, W. Weaver, who is associated with Dr. Wilbur Chapman. There was niiitr a batch of drunks. Police MajiistratR Ball this morning. Thos. Winnicott, a blind jma.i. was dUchargCil with a warning. Albert Tleicr was fined S3 and costs. jGeorcf Smilh paid Si and costs, aiid Win. Kindlay was out oti s ed. scntpncj-. -Jcrmond Olsen, the men'icd .individual, who ha.s. been in Phone 032 I'on; transferred, removals, coal. C.0.0. 303-0 R. H. lias opened a. thf. police's caro for some days, was i remanded to the barrack's. The- bal- j ance of the Chinese laundry cases, a- i test case of which was last week were all remanded for another week. Albert Ifpfcr called at the police] station last evening and complained in Chief ffille-spic that he had been robbrd about SiiO in a house in the old Ycsi ricrcn area. Tie "was "verv j i i much imrtrr Ihp iriflurnrr liquor and 1 ,or anyone who icisncs to somp vpry basins vva, Verv in his.sUUcmeU. ihu crry at ihc corner'of McDiiff and Bur- A start was made .SUcrlSt Addition. Stock is v.J last niglu at frcsh-. tor wishes i; unrifrstood a mem- j iAwn opposite 1 in 'ihp association is not nccrs j M nn slrcel. is o: The lesson presented fo Use workers al ihrir meeting .at i in of pure hand-made Irish wjl, finfl a vjsU [llhe association last, hv slorc vm. O. Austin, was vpiy nclpful. aw! rij- ACADIA BLOCK NORTH 52i. EAST arc al all in the citv will mm for ica pv l Nurse Kdiy has left I'olcman for evening, ivhnn the will br i J'inchrr by Mrs. H. K. of K'igar afternoon a) yprian's rlsisrch. liitHrtl hv Rr-v. V. r.isrfi a oi N'o. f.rcsi Falls, PIT- a larcc atiri H. complained to was i police this morning thai an nnfenccrt f o'clork cellar on 12th strcvi, condtiripd, however, with makinc snrnr insinuations against the police depart-; mcnt in his maudlin way. Gil-j Irspir responded hy promptly clap-' ping him in the cells he: remained rhis morning, -nhrn was -C-T costs for drunk and riisnnlrrlv by Police Map- Hall, and bv Invinc an Iri.'or-; M iv. K Jination aeainsl HK- v.oiisi: in cellar on Uil; sircvi, Duff andttion, is t o; tnc house where P.npcrn rob- a io Jhr public. His wne iril inio a wrrk aco las' .Sundax- and' r _ i oi't a license. InvcPMcation showed has breii ill fvom ihc ciifcis rvcrl K. v.ho opened a bather j local Masons iroiii North Star Lode? :-lion in Olhor ;-i No. I. from ihr follow in c werr i anri recently tbc Alex-i ilofrl batber shop, has secured tlir tran har! about wbrn hr.; Tl-il house and of and hcrr. chosen S Brothers Dr. -I AV. Robinson, TO. pccmancnl quarters in the. Oiidffllows answer line- WI" ly thr charSc ley CoY Ltd. Specials in Ladies' Whitewear L.adles Night; H.15, 12.75. Made of extra fine cambric, trim- med with VaL lace and inser- tion. Covers, '.5c to Luce trimmed and embroid- ered. A largo assortment. Underskirts, to dust flouuce. Outer flounce of dainty Swiss embroidery. to fine tucks, and lace and embroidery trimmed. DRESSING and A .large .selection of-neat flannelette dressing sacques, with! pretty floral design. DRESSING and S7.50 Flannelette and also large variety to choose from. ;See us 'about the material for-your 11 evv- lipus'c eailr. :AVc Iia-ve-'the largest .stock of building- material in Southern ria. Yf c.can sn v-c vou IUOHCV. Phone454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta Templing Utiiehes, afternoon teas, full course AT OUK CAFE We Exccili 11 Quality ROCHON BROS. BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. CAFE. ASK THE- YOUNGSTEKS Who Eat iat They Think of It. Tney know good bread when I hey It. Madanr. Phone 1027 ann give your youngsters a treat. GILMORE THE BAKER Second Avenue A, North soaif services were in charge of Hru. MaHcd in ihe new premises; also a K- Ci. II. shine chair.