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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMST JOt HERALD lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY flu li litlfcrt h til U1LJII MU Just Arrived A Urge aMortment of Enameled Tinware of all kinds Remember that we buy our goods direct from and therefore the prices are right Give us a call when you heed anything in our Mail Orders Keceive Prompt Attention --------THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Double-Disc Gramophone Records Call and hear them NOK STORE lit hr fat if IBM Ink Phone 211 Afents for Underwood Hole In a Hot Water Bottle We won't guarantee it not to leak but we do guaran- tee our hot water bottles to be perfect in every re- and stand a lot of wear and tear. We know they are made of pure para rubber and will last much longer than any others at- the same price' Prescrip- tions With us are not a side line We devote energy and money to make this de- partment a success. We know the sick appreciate every effort made to help them back to health and strength. Therefore we take special pains to do yonr prescription work with speed and accuracy. J. 0. HipbotliamSCfl.Ltil Family acd Dispensing Ob elephone CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality PHONE FOR 21 Choice family Groceries PROMPT DELIVERY G. BRm CO. Tic Daly UNION Store IB the City Sons of Kcgland meet tonight Oddfellows' Hall. C. Kenunington of Milk River dis- trict is in the city. Don't miss the Handcuff Queen to- night at the Lyceum. F. W. Downer returns to the city onight. C. Barnes of Cranbrook arrived he city last evening- on business. This is absolutely your last chance o see the clever Pearce Sisters at the Eureka. Cars of horses consigned to LaRose and Belle of Scrathcona, arrived from ardston last The Knox Church Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Burnett Thursday at p.m. handcuff queen at Lyceum tonight. J. T. Child will be appointed city ngineer of Calgary and T. if. 'weedie. city solicitor. A meeting- of the .Little Sisters will )e held in the St. Augustin's Hall on aturday, 6th inst. All members lease attend at a o'clock punctually. Entire, change of motion pictures at e Eureka tonight. LL-JRiw. .Calvary Sews says: Inspector Duffus. of K.N.W.M.P., is j ni Lethbridge undergoing an operation for appendicitis. Eugfc Scott, D-D.G.1L, is going west this afternoon to visit various Masonic lodges between here and Gran brook. Next Summers Stock THE WEATHER. Edmonton, fair.......... 0 .7 i Calgary, fair........... 30 14 in Lethbridge-, fair.......... 56 9 and mod- erately cold today and Thursday. "David Harum" next Monday night at the Stock Co. 43-6 FORMER CALGARY RECTOR. Calgary. Feb. a letter from England the death is announced there, Jau. 2.. of Rev. E. Paske-Smith, who was the first pastor of the Church of England in. Calgary, and was for some time in charge of the Church of the Redeemer, and also incumbent of Midnapore church. RECEIVED BYyKING. London, Feb. W. S. Field- ing was received today in a private audience by the Bang at Buckingham Palace. He expects to sail on the Allan liner Tunisian on Friday, We Deserve Your Grocery Orders We Have Brought Down the Prices And Are Bringing Them Lower it Just a few of our enough to convince you that we've touched the rock bottom of prices. lOc lOc Tomatoes, the best, per tin Peas Corn ,t Lombard Plums 50-60 per case Smith's Jams, any fruit, 5 Ib. pails, each 75c Imperial Maple Syrup, gallon tins 16 oz. Packets Raisins 12-ic Lipton's Pure Orange Marmalade in 7 Ib. tins, at PROMPT DELIVERY PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE A, Macdonald Co, A Large Assortment of Children's Classic Shoes Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY London Jot, size 30 x I47i ft., water. Also 2 lots, size 25 xI4Ii ft., water j( ALBERT B. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK We have Buyers for 2 Good Residential Lots, close in 1 Lot, close in, Round St preferred 1 Socti m Land, Lethbridge District TO S12 per month Standard Land Co. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, Box 680 Phone 198 Agents Wiwipeg Fire Insurance Co, Pine 198 MEDICINE HAT RIDING. Medicine Hat, Feb. is ru- mored on good authority that the re- distribution in Alberta will give the City of Medicine Hat a seat, and the district another, instead of one mem- aer for the city and district. The liberal names prominently associat- ed with the seats are D. G. White, for the city, and Hon: W. T. Finlay for the country. Articles Signed Miners Are In Session Here For a Bout IlkrtiOngaiJIukCo. Prescription Specialist! 1.1. (PUT, ty, lETIIIItt Lyceum. 25c 50c Co. at the and 75c. Seats now on sale. 43-6 Toronto Globs; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham, of Lethbridge, Alberta, (at preseat residing at 41 Maple av- enue, are leaving on Mon- day for Jfew York, whence they will leave on a cruise to the Mediterran- ean. See the littie Irishwoman in her clever song at the Eureka tonight. ALDERMAN DEAD. St. Ont, Jan. man Samuel Day, one of the oldest and hest known residents of the city, died here this afternoon of heart failure, after a brief illness. He was 73 years old, and a native of Devon- shire, Eng. You can always get your money's worth at the Eureka. Articles of agreement have been signed by Kid Williams, of Montana, and Jack Clarke of Philadelphia, to fight a fifteen-round bout in Leth- bridge on Friday, Feb. 12th at- Oliv- er's Hall. Both fighters are in. the middle- weight division. andi will weigh in at 152 pounds. They are a likely look- ing -pair of scrappers and appear to be able to deliver the goods. Wil- liams is well known on the coast and has fought in several good fights there- Clarke has been a sparring partner of Philadelphia Jack O'Brien and claims the middleweight cham- pionship of Montana, having defeated COOPER HAS RESIGNED. Kegina, Bask., Jan. Coop- er, :city assessor. and ex-alderman, has handed in his resignation. Mr. Cooper figured prominently in the evidence given by Messrs.-rBobson and-Fry in the Laird-Scott libel case. ANSWER TO ELLISON'S CHAL. LENGE. Editor of The Herald: Ellison, of Cardston, is- sued a wrestling challenge to me through the Herald, for one hundred dollars a side. Nov. I wish to state that I am not in the betting business, but just to show the people that Elli- son looks easy to me wrestle him for the gate receipts, winner to take all, to take place first.week in Hear Esielle Thornton tonight March. at the Lyceum. It is a treat. I Yours, etc., The man Fornfiest, who was accus- ed of killing a range animal at Writ- ing oa 3 tone was this morning acquit ted at the District Court as the Crown-could provtj nothing. Howev- er he has since been rearrested under the Hide and Brand Ordinance. BE POSTED A good "more" is for you to "look over" our lumber stock and note the items that most interest you. After that get our figures on your entire LplfBER BILL before placing your order. Being "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. At a meeting in Hatch and Coons office last night it was decided to hold a Lincoln celebration in this city on February 12th. Hon. Chas. H. Web- ster, of Great Falls will be asked to attend and deliver an oration. C. F. P. Conybeare will also give an ad- dress on the life of Lincoln and one of Lincoln's speeches will be read. W.-R.'bobbin and J. I. Eakin were appointed a committee to look after! the musical part of the programme Final arrangements will be made at another meeting on Friday night.-" See Luella, the smallest buck 'and wing dancer on the stage, at the Eu- reka tonight. LEONARD J. McKENZIE. See Ybur get out of the milk can to night at the Lyceiftn. the best. of them there. Kid Williams will commence a vjg-1 j orous training course at Oliver's Hall Saturday afternoon where the public are invited to see. him work out. Clarke has invited to train at wrestler Ellison's quarters at Card- ston. and will repair to that place right away for his work. The fight has every appearance of being ou the square and it should be a fast. one. (Continued from Front Page.) McCuIl.och.. T. Biggs, Win. Ryan, C. L. Smith. The convention met at one o'clock this afternoon. President Sherman gave his annual report, which was handed over .to the committee. A telegram from the Cardiff Coal Co. at Morinville regarding the hold up there by the men owing to the company having changed the grade of powder, .was discussed. The board member for that district was instruct- ed to go to MJbrrnville at once, and endeavor to settle the trouble. A rather serious grievance of the! local, at HiJlerest was discussed at some length. Some sixteen nien have been, laid off on a charge of loading dirty coal, and there is' difficulty re_ j garding :the working of pillars, the agreements being indefinite and the wages too low. The Grievance. Committee will re- ".nine o'clock tomor- row morning. The convention accepted an invi- tation from the Trades, and Labor Council to a: smoking concert in its honor at the labor Temple tomorrow evening. j Bargain Sale For One Week Only Two Lots on GhiineBS St., Kiverview Subdivision j CAS H i The C. B. Bowman Ijency i P. 8. liiek Pfewe 268 Geo. H. Summers Stock Co. intro- duces a new play every night next week. Buy your aeats ahead. 43-6 Wanted to buy for Cash 3 lots ou either Barnes or Wallwork Sts., between Racliael and Helen Streets R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Salem, Ore., Feb. bill requir- me for marriage li- censes be provided with a certificate of good health from a licensed phy- sician unanimously passed the Sen- ate todav. MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE: The Brownies Presenting their big comedy success uTbe Scare Crow'8 Dream Eddie Reeves Australian Wooden Shoe Dancer MOVING PICTURES 1. The Tricky Clever Princess 2. Prof. Bric-a-Brac 3. The Candidate ALL FEATURE FILMS weeh End Bargains REMEMBER In whatever business or work you are engaged, your clothes need atten- tion. For per month we keep] your clothes in first class shape. City Dye Works, Round St. Tel. 353. 43-0 Theic are CASH PRICES and arc good for THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY of Week Only Cut out thw Ad for Reference x Mr. and Mrs. John Fitz- patrjck, on Feb. 2, a daughter. WANTED AT ONCE-Three or four smart girls, age 16 fo 20 years. Leth- bridge Woollen Co." TO room to rent; modern. 210 Coutts St. 45-1 Lumber CompanyLd 183 NTIlTEINma and flmnm yam Made by Dawton Robber Company. Are the best in the market, and sold by J. J. Johnston j -QUALITY Poor Hardware on a Good House is Like an -x Old Hat on a Well Dressed Man Let us show you some (M Builders'Hardware R. OATS B. and K. brand, a shipment just received; 8-1 b. sacks, regular 40c. Week End Price, each...... 35c ROLLED fine in the breakfast food line, .regular 3 "Week End 4 I bi....... 26c and per- fectly regular 4 Ibs. 25c. End Price, 5 Ibs....... 26c JAPAN 1, the kind that is "not1 all broken up. Kegular price 3 Ibs. 25c; Week-End Price, !bt. 25c POT shipment1.-just re- ceived, regular 4 Ibs. 25c. Week End Price, 5 Ibs....... 25c SPLIT clean stock, regu- lar 4 Ibs. 25c. Week End Price, 5 Ibs. 26e CURRANTS AND ship- .me.nt of extra choice- stock just re- ceived. Price, Ib. ISc WAGSTAFFE'S PRESERVED FRUIT sealers, consisting of Peaches, Plums, Cherries, Black .Currants, Strawberries, Blueberries, ate., reg- ular 40c and 45c per bottle. Week End Price, per bottle.. 30c SPIDER LEAF JAPAN thing new., .to the people in this district, but once tried always used, End Price, per Ib...... 4Sc EMPRESS BRAND JAMS AND JEL- bottles oz. each., guaranteed absolutely pure. Week End Price, per battle 30c WAGSTAFFE'S JAMS Guaranteed pure, in 12-oz. bottles, regular 25c each. Week End Price, 20c each, or 2 for...................... 36c EPPS'S -l-oz. tins, regu- lar 15c each. End Price, per tin ___ lOc COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Kegular I5c per tin. Week End Price, 2 for 25c, or 5 tins for 56c dozen, 26c, 30c, tnd 4Sc., dozen. 20 to 36c. 'If You Lin Oat Ton Ui' We are giving Special Prices on nearly every Kne in Groceries, but space >vill not permit us to quote all our prices. From the pricea quoted here you will he able to judge how much yon can save by dealing here for cash. Try us i i i H and find out GOOD CO. Up-to-Date Grocers PHONE PROMPT DELIVTRY ;