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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hole! J1.35 a Day Hold in Albc.U LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Conven- ient Plice to Stay House 'MADE PLEASANT AND EASY WITH OUR CONVENIENCES Wei'iiii- I I'niK irtuinuilceil IW f) years Klinm- s.j.iHI Kiu-jicn (u 810.00 Uiir stark ul' utensils i> complete. C.W. GRAVES "The Store That Saves You Money" S'.O 5th Phont 761 In The Last Lap Of 1913 luvi- I'm- your NYw Year's a-lrliruliuu in together many ilo- -irs vhioh will appeal In yon. that you imiy Jiave your New Year's DimuT JUST illT. A few specials for today ami tmiuirrovv. (iiinlcii Hrauil Strained Honey. 30c. -10c. and 7ic. l-'iiie Large ttiue Bnnaius.........50c. ;j.VOranges, extra vahw tomorrow .25c. l-'ixsh Oystei-s, pint, ;jQc; quart......DOc A ear of Jonathan, lialdwiii anil Wajjm-r Apples from llie Spoknnu Valley, Ihcsc aiv soiiR'Hiing extra in quality anil apuearaiKV and we recommend them to yon. Manil I'iieki'tl. lliiinl Picked, pi-r ease.............................. "Ik Oilier (loud Apples, from per case lo ilhimr New Sweet I'lilulues I'm- 23e.. l-'im- Hot Huuse 1-i'lltk'e. heiiil. loe. Ilnl HniiM- 30c. and.....3oc Cuinli lloiiev, cliuiiv 3Ue. Grocery Dept Dtjt. .1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clssi Fruit and Con- I fectionery. Wholesale and Retail TvEATHER A Happy and Prosperous New Year to All START THE YEAR WITH ONE OF OUR OFFICE OR POCKET DIARIES OR A CALENDAR PAD FOR HANDY USE. Robertson's Book Store THE OFFICE SUPPLY HOUSE NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE dear 3S IS IS 0 'Ilcgim. clear.................. IS 5 Port Arthur, duu.ly 32 2i: Xelsoh 35 Forks M IS Calgary, clear................ 38 10 '.Medicine Hat. clear 20 I 1'ri.nce. Albert. olo'JJy 'i! Moos? Javr. clror U Winnipeg, doudy :Kamloeps, clo'Jily 30 20 ll'cnhcton 3'2 j Pome liybt snou1 falls have OKUC- reij in Msniioba and eastern Sas- it has been mild duiing flay time and fold at nights. FORECAST Western Frounces Fair today and Saturday, cut much change in temperature. U 2 10 3 Cliooolafes CITY AND DISTRICT A Business Change The firm of McMahcm Quinu. Im- plemeut ageots, has dissolved and Mr, Tuussas continue the business. Choir Practice Tlie 'church cboir Till meet for practice :it S o'clock in j the olii church. merabar Is jgenUy re-quested Manual Training Classes i Au night classes at the Masual Training school ell! re-opsn lloh- day nitht, after t3ie Christmas ItCII. FOR SALE .AT S> KILUEN'S Empress Block The Red Corner lift vc a.line ussorl- nfejtt oi at Bai'irain jCOME IN AND LOOK AROUND THE NURSING MISSION Provide u'irses for ma- U-niitK and all medical and s-jigtcal cased (except contagious and charges according to tlie cir- of r-aticnt. Poor paiienla for free of rtiarge. Graduate nurses for private duty fcl soft provided. For further i.articul- AT5 'apply Mission 1114 Avenue Eoatli. [Miss) A. fit.Tilisy, Supervisor. (Misg) 3f. A, McKay, GraJ. Xurse. Rsgina Ofd Timer Dead one of resldeots of t'ao Hegica VijUlHct'iJled today. He the falli- .I) F. Bole. >l.r.. for Hpgina. Role, Montreal, M.p. for Mrs. .1. Snilh. Ke'pina. Heginaanii Mrf. L nan- No Successor to Miss PfESlon The schools open on Monday, apd ai yet there has been no successor ap- poiatcd to Miss Pie stem as teacher of Domestic science. It is understood jthfu an effort was made to secure the of Miss (toMie, of the Schoo" Agriculture at Claresholm, but that young lady, wlio is reputed to be o" tbe best teachers in the jirorince, declined in favor of 'Ifae government inMitulion. i Monarch Man, Dead j The death occurred in the city this {morning of C'hartcs Kniery of Monarch, after a scmeivliat prolong- t-d ilinecs. Mr. Combs came to South- ern Alberta from Iowa, and for the past two years has teen foreman of J, K. Covvan> ranch, east of Mon- arch. Kur.cral arrangements hare net yet been fully made, Lut tho re- mains ftill ts taken to1." 'ific Junc- tion, lo'Aa, for burial. Dtccp.sed was aged Z't years, and uiarrtciT. ou arc looking for, it (R ft sis BI, fntjy, modern cottage, on a loi and- -hair. (Vir.cnt mcnt and butlt. On Smll cash 'juynjeut, balanc monthly if desJrf-d, HOUS'CS. TO THE- Siltfack Billitng, Phone DOCTOR GOT SCRATCH Ottawa M. P.. Tor- Protecting Glove During Operation and Poisoning Ensued. Oitan-a, Ucir. J. fhaliot. M. R, use of OLIa-A-a's representa- ;llvfs, is confined io a to.-al hospital, fferinjj from poisoning. The (ronule cnmmencetl foiir B'fohs ago -wlien, in nerfcrrcing an ojjcra- lion on a patient which Involved the s of the txull, the doctor tore his nibber V'Ove and very slight- tho tip of the index fin- gor of tho left hand. Dr. Chauot ha? mj-A- to for the past tl.rcp Ing and H li be forric time htforc he Mill bo ohlo to he out. Personal Mention Mr, and J. T. Tetiny, of War- spent Year's day in the city. J, Watson, one of the- largest ranchers anJ live stock dealers in Montana registered at the 'Alexan- dra. K. .1. nr farm- er in the Xen Dayiou district U at tlio Dallas. of If-ii-on's Bay stole at I'lncher is in the city on a .K M. Ktirilmll of Cards Ion. is a bus- e.-i.i in loan toiJay, BAND Every night at the cosy Roller Rii __________ JL_ Opens 7.30 (Police All Sworn in Kor IHI l.onrs yesterday, I.fillibridgo iwai lirt'jally a pojicc force. although a'] llin men wore on llu- ijoli At iii-plvi: o'clock o rrlhc night of the old year, tiic com- and it was tliat all the oHicers artd ihe fnen lie Iu I Masislratc KHna turned the Irick VCB- [U-rd.i; mnrnlng enJ in a fov.- min- all lind taken tlio Street Cove'l fn las an o'Ticcr of the law.tM> morning j at couM, and C'cmtnisaioner Reid took Int.- oath of cffice before the; [.ollcc magistrate also, it being cieeliicd that he In by the be Sleighs For the Boys and Girls 20 p.c. discount Buy your Hoy a Sled and lei him i'ully eiijoy.il the is here. Coasters Flexible Coasters Red Cross Drpg and Book Co., Ltd, CITY AND DISTRICT A Smoker at Barracks An enjoyable smoker was held lust night at the R.X.W.M.P. barracks fully twenty guest-; attending. Kiglil cf the members of fire brigade ivero present and a fou- of thn mea'jerg of K Division from outside points. Coal Company Starts Operations .The Cardslon Coal Cokb Co. has been formally organized, and the company have a ier.- men employed drifting, and Uiere is a good demand for tha product. The mine is a steam coal proposition. North Lslhbrldje Mjn's Own Mr. .Craig ol Caieary -Kill address tbe ileii's raeoting in Westminster church on 4 to 5 p.m. Xw'YeaT'i Jlessage." Howsou. Orchestra In nitecidarice. TKis ilea's Oa'n is raai- inj sounil and rapid strides, and ev- erything is tielcj done to make the meeting as orishf.rj possible. Come and rriafee yourself at home. Higiribotliam's Throat Mixture Keep a' bottle of this old fashioned remedy lunidy in case of ciu'ergeney. 25c i- J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE rib. Stt Service ,pleasmg1y large at- tendance at Uie V.'aicimlsnt service In Westrcioster. churc. on Xew Year's E-re. Rev. J. B. Francis conducted ta'Ecrrlce. At the Iho first half o_f the 'N'ew Year ivas spont iu social intticourse, Jlrs. Francis senlns reireslimKilf, a kindly act .ich adiied-mucli to .the of tho occaEion, which raurb ay- CITY AXD DISTRICT A Ntw Settler' houaeliuia effects of R. U'oy- mliier, ivho recently in the frrlftatoil .district cast of on ouu of the (J. P. It. ready made arrived .yesterday Huns'jiino Vtiliey, Investigation on Monday The Investigation into the cfiarges made by Corry, thrcuglk tbe CLilurcn's Aid society. In conneclion will] tho JHttntion ]ias bren postponeil twlay until .'.'-fiiilax- HnptTln ton dent Chadwlck writes that fie l sl.irt from ICdtnonton on Sun- day, and arrive on Mos-.lny (o under- take: the worfc. Owrer of Ring Locattd At last tlic -dlamonil ring ftl the police Btatloti has been return- td lo Hie owner. eleven claim- ants the in as LOCALS always carry bam of dry woorl. cyt in siovt knKtl Joai! rieiivhml. 1'horte S0 ctia Ijimbtr 135 many different ways, Ihe twelfth one tlio chief thai he vat tfio 6vt.tr. Judging from the number of cfalmflnta, been a'largc-'number of lest fn this city, the tafuea set rangflng from' JSO.CO u, 1259.00.'. tho police had no of this number having been the i Ottawa. good example of hOTr agricultural productions can be Increased and fanning made more profitable is the fact that the grain crop of Canada has beezv increased b> more Ibaa year- ly" by Iho use of the best quality of d. Thia at least is tho statement of Prof. J. Robertson. He says: "At least six milflou acreo ITI Can- ada last year had that vrera ap- ciabU' different and better on ac- count of the eeed was sown, f am'away within the mark In eavirg that the increased quality was four buahete to tho acre." He slated Uiat forty per tent of Hie grain crcj--s in Prince Kdward [slaml and 30 per cent of the crops in Mani- toba had been improved by tfcc use of the seed and oilier parts of the co'Jttry liad bentfltied in Iho same r.'ay. The report of an ex peri in tut made by SO farmers who planted han- ncr oats of both tlio and urreglatei'ed 'variety. The average yield way, .51 'bushels; un- registered, .-13. KIXXONDAJ.E Kinnonilslc, Alta Dec. and MM. II.-M. Paul ICIi last iveck for tfio eart .Mrs. .1. Donald is home from Broods keeping lio'jso for them. 'Jr. and Mre. Samson and Mr. antf Kotlicrstono, of sjient Chriatmaa vlfh their parents, Mr. am' Mrs. -Hiss Bertha Paul lia% gorie lo hatcltewah for a vigil. Mr. 'aid Mrs. liruco McTall and fai illy sppnt the holiday in Brooks wth the Mr. .T. B. HOdge rnadr, a IjJsiiues trfv lo Hasjano last weeir. A I'cry .small attfcnde.I tlio luirrey raffle at Mre. O. McColc- man's on (lie 20lh. About ten MrJs v.-erc disposed and she made a tklf. to Vukan the rist. Oeorga Mapletaft drove into Lethbrldgc this weEi on liuBfne.'s. II. Cvllc-n's lerm as Inspector-general lias been Mter.ii- td lo March .11, when lin will retire on s'jpeiatir.uaHon to'lie succfrdtil l.tswrd. YOUR FIRST RESO- LUTION: "Always 'Our Best' Flour For Me" Pntrouize. a HOME INDUSTRY ami.gain Iho advantage of baking willi tlio best flour lo Ijo bought, in any market. by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. 11 Years Successful Milling in Alberta. We have some No. 1 Turkeys for Your New Year's Dinner Phone 725 and we guarantee to please you City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET SOUTH FAMOUS IMPORTED Wurzburger, Hofbran and Original Pilsener Genossen- schafts Brand on tap at DALf AS HOTEL AUCTION SALE of Furniture WILL TAK.B TL.VCfj 915 8th STREET SOUTH, DUFF ADDITION Monday, January, 5th, 1914 COMMENCING AT 2.30 O'CLOCK Take the street car. White Line, to corner of Slh Avc and Stri SI. llcing instructed by the owner, F. T. Koblns, 1 will uy Public Auclioi1, tho following: Williams Plsno. 1 Lounge Centre Tables 1 Oak Rocker 1 v'cce Parlor Ret. MuhoKnny 1 Oak Chair fi Oak Dining Room Chans 3 HIsil Back JJlners 1 Kitchen Chairs 1 Wicker Chair I nabj- High Chair I Child's Col I Round Dlr.lng Itoom Table. Iravca t Kitchen Tnble 1 Kitchen cabinet 2 Drcaaprs 2 Stanrls 1 Sideboard 1 Cook liangf yook caso and books tresses Two beds, springs and :nat- 3 largo Kug3 S Small Dinner Service' Hot, Glasaware, IJishea Tivo Tubs y> feet or Hose Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains, J.amps C'oolilng Uteiiails and other ar- ticles too numerous to raoa- tlon. F. T. ROBINS, Owir-r TERMS CASH Gus Neidig, Auct. AUCTION SALE Ldlibrhlge Fcwl and Sale Hani' Tuesday, January 6th Two O'Clock FOR IT) Ilfttul of class Milnh 3 Pairs of Heavy JSrood Glares, good Yenrliurv Oolls. 3 (jj- 4 I'nirs flood lo 1400 pounds. And various other firliclos. J. A. SMITH. Auctioneer. ;