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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TKAINi l; Hotel Windsor "i. 8Mt a Day Kctt! in 7f2 P. 0. Box (70 Give Social to Mail WHAT ABOUT NEW EQJiPMEXT FOR OFFICE Our stock of Pocket Diaries, Desk Memo's., Journals, Ledgers ,aad Filing Cabinets is. complete. ROBERTSON CO, FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. .PHONE 1265. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRltERS OUR PATRONS, FRIENDS EVERYBODY A HAPPY tPROSFEROUS NEW YEAR JACKSON COPE 7 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS tc JOHNSTON A JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things that he knows must be done; How about your farsightedness i Oan't you see where you will have to do some fixing up around the place bef ore long, some repairs that will require some lumher, Then why put it off 1. Why not :come in and let us tell you the cost of the stuff you need next time you're in town1? But whenever you huy, he sure and see us if you have to drive out "of your way to get here. IT WILL PAY YOU IK DOLLAES AND CENTS TO DO THIS. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. ACAOIA BLOCK NOBTH 52i, Limited 453, n' WHEN JN LETHBRICGI ThiB Dallas Uotel is the Bent Most to Stay 0 To the Friends and Patrons of this store: The Season's Heartiest Greetings! You have helped to make this year's business a wonderful success and we take this, opportunity 'to thank and we wish you and yours A Happy New Year Kick-Sehl Hardware Go. AFTER THE HOLIDAYS Your Grocery Supplies will need to be replenished. High Class Groceries at such reasonable prices as yau can get here, are what you need. Swift's SUimied. Hams ilild cure, surplus fat per lb.' 20c Swift's Silver Loaf Lani GUARANTEED PURE- 3 lb- each............................... gQc 5 Ib- pai's ............................-......Price each Vl 00 10 lb. palls Price '.V.95 Vincland Canned Fruits-and Veg-etiiblcs Put up In sanitary tius only, at remarkably low prices. 'When buying canned goods, for Vine- land Brand. They are different from other brands. THE GOOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUJT AND PRODUCE- PHONE 523 f HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY THE WEATHER RELY ON US! On our; Prescription Department you can rely; for perfect delivered tions- called.for, filled and returned in the leastjpbssible as is consistent with caire- ful Consider these advantages. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. R1PLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 iair ia Calgary, cloudy 26 26 I Leiiibri-Jge, fair.................. 37 4 Winnipeg, clear 22 36 j Decidedly colder. weather has pre- i vailed in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, even maximum temperatures have been considirably below aero. In i berta the weather has been compara- tively mild. FORECAST.: and mild r, Wednesday, stationary or iow- er temperature. Manitoba and. milder, light local mostly fair. ._ CITY ANDLISTRICT The Regina Leader has started ap. evening edition. A. Southard left last week for .the Eastern Canadian and American cities o-i Ins annual buying trip. Norman ?.Iadsod, of .the Frecrnan- Macif-cd. Company, left .on a business trip to Edmonton this morning. Mr. Aitkins, of New- Years, with" his .brother, W. A.' Ait- kins, manager of'the Royal Bank. E. J. Hill, left yesterday for Tor- onto, Montreal and New- York on a [purchasing trip. Alex. Campbell, of Campbell -anri Anderson, was in the city yes- terday on a tirief business trip. The regular amnial meeting I of.Knos church: congregation will, bz j held in the i'. .01..the .church- on Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, at S o'clock. W. B. -Powell, .president of. the U. YOU ALL PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Please note change o in and Hol- iday hours, n A.M. to i P.M. 4.P.M. to 5 P.M. 8 P.M. to 9 P.M. Wires Came .Tumbling Down (Continued from front Store M. W: of A. district 18, .was at Coal 8. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and 'Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. City near Taber- on Saturday and Sunday, organizing the' that point. A memorial, wiirddw in [memory the- late Hon. -T.: H'. "Agnew, cial treasurer, has been placed" ii tin- Anglican church at Virden by: his friends. BUSINESS A whole jot iat a. miss the Eureka this week.) Call GCB.'thc Lethbridge'. Messenger miners at i Service for and 307rCrabb :St." -210-0 up Crown :Cleaners, corner of i Red path and Burnett streets, 'oppo- f site. Methodist Phone 474. oi' fences. Streets'which hare" been cut (particularly Fourteenth street (Ern- are piled- v.-ith drifts, some of theni six feet while the ground where it is level and the! wind had a clean sweep, is particularly bare of snow. Scores of outhouses, real estate sign hoards and so forth were torn down in all parts of the city..' According to. C. B. Bowman, who has charge of the government meteor- ological station here the lowest poinl 1 reached by the -thermometer. This wa-s about nine o'clock on Sun day morning. With the coming up of the-wind yesterday morning the wea- ther "rapidly moderated, rising from four degrees below zero early yester- day'morning twenty above, where it night. The wind has fallen-'this afternoon and the o'clock reg- istered 40 degrees above in the shads. CIVIC ELECHONS iends- ment of Viaduct- Lodge LO.O.F will Pho-ne exneaditij cct Tuesday 3rd. Mem-1 g :rs will note-that this lodge _ fc me bers meet Tuesday nights instead of Mon- day nights hereafter. Justice Simmons and; Master P.nx were in the city .yesterday.; Justice j Simmons-will preside at a case in today and -leaves for Caii- i'fornia tonight to join Mrs. Simmons, i who is w-interiug there. v! 'J. M. Laing, formerly of this eitv and Medicine Flat; but now of Van- couver, is spending a icw.days in the city visiting friends. Tie is oil his way east, where he will visit Toron- to and other places before returning west. Messrs. Vandervurgh and Teeple, of Brandon, have purchased the grocery Toronto, R.-Geary was re-elected'mayor of'Toronto by- near- ly ma'lority. .For the" Board oi Control former Controller Hocken was at the top. Controllers Church, Ward and Spence were re-elected, Fos- ter being defeated. The" Bloor street viaduct by-law, calling for an expendi- ture of over- a n'Jllion dollars, was defeated, but'-all" the Mother by-Isivs were -These provided for.the creation ot.a harbor, commission, for; the improve-, ment of Ashbridge's -and for-the c "of "for storm lor ;good roads and for the western" hospital and for civic car lines in the suburbs. The aldermen elected-were Ward Hilton, T-. Phclan, ;D. business heretofore carried O-tT. on by For sale cases, damaged L> shipment: _ One Pianola used bat a short time. Jla'son Risch Piano Co., Ltd., factory warn .Conservatory Bids., Lethbridge, phone; Rowland, R.. M, lYeonjans. Ward 3- "18-G j C. A. Maguire, S. McBride. NT. Hevd. you get j -1-G. R. Swcencv, G. McMur-i Giant Quartette gojae .to. stay richi "CT. Weston. Ward 5-J.. T7V over for the second show and- hear 1 May, R. H. Graham. J. Dunn. Ward! incm again. The best I ever heard. j 0 McCarthv J These were the .comments.: Als McCausIand.'Ward 7-A. Andctsba w! ?hnw _i Belleville W..Ackcrman was. elected mayor r. in Kingston.; C. '.T. j Uraham in Ottawa, Chas. in Guclph, E. J. Thorp. show last. night at- the Mr. J. H. Cole: of Brooklyn. N. Y., de- International liver an Bible. s' la will .the :K. P. Hall on 1911, at 8 p. m-. the subject of the evcwn? will be "Drain." Everybody -i-'.-i free. 'Don't fail lo hear ot the new firm are experienced-in the I wholesale and "retail grocery business J meni _, non, the adventurer in The Three Mus- r. Dodge, in Shakes-! kctc-prs, interpreted the part to per- vrhich lie'will be sera j faction, being successful in hu- tnnitrnt Pfimnn-1 mor and This .play will be and are here to make good. Speaking of Mr peare's -Tew, in at the Majestic tonight, the Edmon ton press criticism says: "His por- trayal of the cruel, avaricious Jew places him in the forrmost rank in the riramattc_profession." ___ The "fire department had a run last evening about 6.30 o'clock to the A. R. T. offices. Someone saw a quan- tity of smoke issuing from the base- ment and wisely turned in .an alarm. Fortunately the smoke turned out to have been caused- hy nothing worse than a back draft from- the heating furnace. Hiss' A.licc flope is .the winner the Heintzman Piano in the Manitoba press com- Mr. Dodge as D'Artas- play repeated night. AT n n UU i it ArlERFiVE JS Spokane, Wash., Jan. will' be more than 100 candidates, including .Mayor Xelson S. Pratt, J. Oscar Peter-; son, city treasurer; George Arm-! strong, president of Ac. board or pub-' He works; E. V. Lambert, president of I ;tSe city council; Charles M. J president of the Spokane Chatn-ber of H-'ommerce, iiiTic of. th1? wfv council, and bankers, merchants andj tradesmen, for five commisBlonersbipsj under the new charter, which carried by a majority of The ejection will take place on March the commission taking The business at the local post office was exceedingly heavy during the month of December. The record n[ A A c. j ,CCIt-.s.1 registered mail for the month will, conducted by A Southard, and wntch 'givc somc of -thc amoimt Of busi- was closed on Saturday night. Miss ness From Dec 1st to Dec Nellie Urch, of Monarch, was inclusive 3 C51 re-istercd letters winning the fur coat. Miss Hope anA parcc'is raailcd at outdistanced all other contestants. were delivered here. Besnies ls for a year, and three of the having votes to her credit, these 'there weie 2 SCO forwarded by .-commlEslonerships are for terras of She worked hard from the begnains. thc Lethbridge office'io other oiTicss, Miss Lrch bad votrs. j making a total of 5.S43 letters and Ha-? anybody here seen Harry (J. parcels that had to be registered oa H.) Boyd 1. Chief Gillcspie this mcra the ioca! office's jnc received an inquiry from his IB'addition to these there were l ote Is ents in West Toronto, askinr his pres- ent trarfe. threc shipments of British and for- years. The charter provides for. rirst, second and third choice, which j promise of complicating matters! (to make it 'one of the most spectacu- lar campaigns in the hlaiory the Spr rg fall." Anyone Vnnw ing asythin? Bovri wjll j confer by with Chief Gillespic. judged from the above records.J' >ii XV y YV V xv- Reiri. of the electric de-art- Hit spertpr and Line Fotcman at Bow Island to Henry Hudson A. E. Theobald will be in charge oi the electric line system, and chief En- gineer David Coan will be in erf the pover plant aad pumping sta- tion. Royal Hotel, will take possession tomorrow; Jtr. Need- bam is going to Califoraia to spepd two jsonths, aofl--on his return will r.EAL SUJC1DED AT SALT LAKE CITY Lake City, Jan. frozen body found In a gravel pit north of jtnis city yesterday, proved to be that jOf Allan McGregor, an advertising man i or Montreal. From letters he left, it !is inferred that ne poisoned himself id retired to the pit to die. McGregor separates! from' his In Australia. A sealed letter is addressed to Horace JDtvlg, advertte- lag 'manager of the Montreal Standard. It to receivs all his property. Be v I f n vii White-Wear Sale As a Chinook-sweeps off the snow, that's Just the war we arc sweeping off our white-wear; showing lines, bought from the best Eastern houses in 'tzi'rgo quantities and therefore we are to offer greater discounts. LADIES' NIGHT-GOWNS and Many different styles made up of cotton, daintily trimmed Valenciennes' lace; long or short sleeves. CORSET COVERS 30c 40c 50c GOc 70c SOc 99c arid Pine lawns, neatly embroidered or lace trimmed. to _ Embroidered or lace trimmed, flounces with" or dust frill. bRAWERS--30c to Lawns or cambrics, daintily trlmmed.-X T THIS SALE SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK Commencing on January 4th 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT ;A HAPPY AMD TO Y SOUTH AL6ERTA LUMBER Phone 454 f WE'LL TELL OUR STORY .The stoiy of and dainty. this space every this year. We're startmg the -year right. ROCHON BROS. THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL newest azc iaraost of the best. N. II. i uto-car meets trains. TMeganl hedrooffii. 1L Cafe. -v iry and well lighted sample rooms. K. a Murray supervlsea lil Departments. goc-ms en with private batha." first class electric elevator. Announcement tm M n jn VANDURBURGH TEEPLE Successors to CRADDOCK V7NER Staple and Faqcy Groceries Cordially invite the public to pay them a call Sherlock Blk. Phone 515 ;