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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY fill li fjtkbrtyi tfct UUtf JIITt HEATERS Having a full tine of Heaters on hand we will sell at greatly reduced prices so as not to carry them over. Call and get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention" The HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET PHONE 62 P.O. BOX 670 Wall Papers Our Good Papers are Cheap and our Cheap Papers Good. Sole Agents Poster Wall Decorations ana Janeway and Carpen- ter's Washable Papers and Artistic Decorations. Our 1909 stock now in. i TOWS BOOKSTORE 1st Door West of Union Bank 251 Agents for Underwood Old Reliable Red Flannel Chest Protectors Can be worn all through the winter with comfort "ttncLsafety, and they'll pro- tect yon-from many a cold, liook our assortment over. You may be sure yoa'll find what you want and at tthe right price. Properly Filled Prescription is a work of infinite, .care, skill and honesty-" "Much, of this has been exercised long before your doctor's order reaches the purchas- ing; testing and putting up in. containers all the drugs and chemicals likely tov- fe called for. We do a -large prescription business, and all the.above features are a part- of the system we follow in filling them. J, D, HiptJotliamSCo.Ltil, Family Dispensing: Chemists "etep o Resident Night The Store of Quality Resolved that we will carry the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries in Southern Alberta during 1909 PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CD. IteOiltlflHOIItonh tke City THE WEATHER. ,ethbridge? cloudy .15 3 .31 northerly winds; cold today and 'Tuesday, with ight local snowfalls. CITY DISTRICT. Good singing and dancing at the Eureka tonight. Lying in the gutter absolutely un- able to keep -his feet, Peter 0. Pinka taken in charge by. the Police on Saturday evening, and was this morn ing fined two dollars and costs. Canada College reopens Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1909. Accomo- dation 150. Residence 75. Five mas j ters, primary; commercial, and ma Tom Marks To- Night THEATRE Tom Marks To- Night STRIOTL.Y UNION KEEP WARM Get a Pair of Our Felt-Lined Shoes NELSON GOW I The Tom Marks Stock Co. in MAJOR O'HARA LOTS ON ERNEST STREET WITH each. Terms: Half down, balance 3 and 6 ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 Admission 25c, 35c and 50c CITY AND DISTRICT Manager F. Wi Brown of the LyCe- ra, returned from. Medicine Hat and Jalgary this. morning' and we under- tand he has arranged for vaudeville in the Hat and has secured the acts of; the Empire Theatre at Calgary; which acts are of the best class in vaudeville. Mr. Brown intends play- triculation departments. 1S-1 Hlberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists J, I, limy, Kgr. tETHBRIflfit S. Jjawton of Chicago arrived hfcre on Saturday night and is> uoing business in town today. i! CITY AND DISTRICT Its good dancing you do j not fail to come to the Eureka. -Mrs. J. B. Murray will not receive tomorrow. Hockey practice to eight tonight. Donald Gillies of Edmonton is spending the day in, the city. Bennett Sisters, singing and danc- ing specialties, at the Eureka tonight. J. Koss of Toronto is a visitor in Citv Wesley Church Ladies Aid will meet on Wednesday January 8th. Miss Dixie Wilson, cf "The Bar- is the guest of Miss Berkin- shaw in Calgary. Billy Ward, black fact- comedian, at the Eureka tonight. Miss Jessie Graham spent her holi- days with her aunt, at Taber. Jno. McWood is in from J. McCra- ken's ranch near Coutts and is spend- ing a day or so in the city. The thermometer registered twenty- four below at two o'clock this morn- ing. W. O. JForsyth of Massey Harris Co., Hegina is on business in the city today. H. S. Craig, manager of, the Mer- chant's Bank at Olds, for four years, has been transferred to Medicine Hat as manager. Don't miss Tom Marks in Major O'Hara tonight at the Lyceum. Bert White has purchased the Bos- ton Restaurant from G. B. Porter and is now in charge. Mr, "White is employing strictly union help and is striving to have his lunch counter ad- vertise itself. j BJEGULAR HOCKEY PRACTICE AT O'CLOCK TONIGHT', Come and hear good music at the Eureka tonight. A quiet marriage ceremony was per- formed In the Baptist Church by Pas- tor Bev. Wm. Reid, last Thursday evening when Tfrban Young and Annie Mickelson, both from Stirling were united in wedlock. The young couple returned to Stirling on Friday mom- ing. Prof. Tremblay, the master of the violin, at the Eureka tonight. Fifteen cars of cattle were sent from Cardston yesterday, consisting of two hundred and eighty head of the finest live stock." These cars are a con signment to the Morris Beef Compa- ny, Manchester, Eng. Popular prices at the Lyceum to- 35r and 50c. Miss :May "on Saturday went on, a visit to Calgary and will return to the home of Mrs. Dr. Stewart to- night on her way home to Cardston tomorrow morning- Get into the Lyceum what Tom Marks says. ing three days in the Hat and three days here and then exchanging in. the middle of the week and in. this way giving Lethbridge a complete change of vaudeville people twice a week. This is certainly a good move as it changes the bill twice a week with a .new outfit of performers. The prices in Calgary to see these are 25, 35 and 50 cents, but .our progressive theatrical manager intends giving them to Lethbridge at 15 and 25 cents. CITY AND DISTRICT. One performance at the Lyceum, to- Marks as Major O'Hara. T. .JTavin _oJf Moose Jaw and Miss Kenny of Calgary are guests in the home of her brother, Fred Kenny. T. Navin is the successful contractor of Moose Jaw who is now putting up j a fine Collegiate building in that! town. A Good Buy 2 Lots in Riverview Terms Baseball Dope Calgary Albertan: 3Iiss Clara Shep- herd is spending this week In Leth- bridge. From there she will go to iledicine Hat where she takes charge of one of the- primary classes at the beginning of the new term. Don't forget the Lyceum Gait" Hos- pital benefit Wednesday In a receiJT issue of the Winnipeg Free Press there appeared under the caption, Baseball the following story: "The new Western Canada Baseball L_ j League .is practically assured. Mayor Cousins, of MedicineiHat, has been in tne city conferring with A. H. Pul- ford, J. H.. Lamb, J, McDonald and other local magnates. He came as a delegate from the Alberta clubs, Cal- gary, Edmontonr Lethbridge and Med- icine Hat, representatives from which met ia the latter city recently and decided to-cooperate in the formation of a strong Western. Canada League. As a result of the conference Mr. Lamb was deputed to visit Eegina and Moose Jaw at an early date and ascertain the prospects of putting teams in these two cities. Winnipeg and Brandon are assured if the other cities come in line, so the new league seems a surety. "The -Alberta clubs are keen for the project, according to Mr. Cousins, and are prepared to put up" guarantees wUl finish the season, and also IN-WOOD find a, difference. Some is old, some is young. Our methods 'are'always progressive. We're never "r'iix a rut. Don't 'think of building or for lumber without our It's a saving to get- it, lumber is all right. Rogers-Cunningham lumber Company Ld 23 123 So the New Year opens bright for g afternoon at 4 "Marks. Children '5c, adults 25c. Thsi TGSI Marks Cf, will; the, Lyceum ex ery- night this week instead utw j.icw jujux opej 01 -the first three nights. A different the ardent baseball fan Play will be put on each night. There, TMS piece of newspaper aiternooc matinees on Wed- B nesday and rSaturcay, tha receipts of the matinee on- "Wednesday being de- voted to the Gait Hospital, AT THE EUREKA. Saturday nig-ht was the banner night at the Eureka. Although, tho thermometer was _ very iovr the house was packed to its utmost capacity and a good, second house waiting outside for the, conclusion of .the -first performance that they migat be enter and witness the last acts of the very cle- ver Thaten -Duo who were closing their fifth week engagement at this popular theatre. During their stay they.. played twelve different high class comedy sketches and each one being entirely different from the other. Their costumes were never .repeated in any of their acts. Mr. Thaten's sweet singing will be long remembered by those who have- heard him. It mat- ters not whether he is playing drama or comedy, he. is always first class, iliss Thaten is a very clever little dancer and was loudly applauded in every act they played. The manager is in. iopes they will give him a re. turn, date in the near future. Begin- ning tonight the clever .Bennett Sis- ters will make their bow to the pa- trons of the Eureka, presenting sing- ing and dancing specialties, in which they are very clever, Genial Black-Faced Comedian, Mr. Wliam Ward, Late with Primrose and West Minstrels. Do not miss this treat, now. The stage has been raised and every one will enjoy the programme at the Eureka tonight. Skeith Tilley Phone 197 Whitney Block Fidelity Bonds We'll allow there is no question as to your honesty, and we'll allow, also, that placing yourself under a guarantee bond would be a mere, formality .of business. But wouldn't the fact of your being under a fidelity bond make you eligible to discharge the most confiden- tial and responsible missions of trust? Wouldn't that" fi- delity, bond help you to bet- ter things? We furnish se- curity for good men in every line of business. Corre- spondence solicited. The London Guarantee and Accident Company G. C. McDonald, Agent Room 6, Whitney Bl'k I A Good Investment Half acre on Hound St., just below Courtland.- can be divided in 5 lots 26 4-5 x 122 ft. will handle, terms on balance. L. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block A Snap 3 40x125 ft. lots close to North Ward School, each, cash, 510 per month. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK We control confectionery busi- ness of this attempt to Rochon. Calgary on Wednes- day, Dec. 30th, at the home of the bridegroom's father, Mr. Howard D. Graves, 118, ave., west, by Rev. D. Back, pastor of the Baptist church, Mr. Graves of Diamond Cifcy, Altai, to Miss Fre- da Sesseth of Alta. takes the Lethbridge fans by surprise. Xo one seems to know where Mr. Cou sins received instructions to act for this city. However, the surprise is a pleasant one and no be sore over his action if he did'not get the assurance of the promoters here. Lethbridge is red hot for- profession al ball and is dead willing to place -itself in the vanguard of any move- ment that looks feasible- for the "pro- mot infof successful'professional ball in Western Canada. FOR THE COLD SNAP Chamois Vitts for and Gentlemen. These take the place of an extra coat, are not bulky, and protect the body from the wind, I- J. Johnston ftmrripftw Dnifgist -QUALITY QUARTCRS- FREE COIIL We will deliver free of cost One Pound of Coal for cent you spend with us for Heat- ing Stoves during the next two weeks. 13 Nil. 11.00 13.50 17.50 Stafford-lgnev Co, "If Yen Live write Ui" Cousins, whea speaking be- Lethbridge at the meeting" in Winnipeg, probably based his remarks on the past showing of this city in the professional ball and his knowledge of the proper spirit which prevails here for' carrying on the game to a successful conclusion. If there is doing in base- ball Lethbridge is anxious to get wind, -and extends the glad hand to any of the other cities_of Western Canada looking for professional ball. From some points of view Leth- -hridge professional ball of two years ago was not altogether a, howling 8uccessv The .faults, which proved somewhat to be a detriment to its success it is now have been overcome by time and exper- ience. At least the promoters have auch .confidence in a successful issue that they welcome the project with enthusiasm. It professional ball was played to the satisfaction of the promoters of the game a couple of years ago, with a greatly-increased population since then the outlook should be encourag- ing. This city waa .right in line for the game year but Calgary, Ed- monton and the Hat faded away and went'back and sat down, as didi Great Falls, Kalispel and when! Lethbridge tried to, induce them to! a league of ball. ir-hen with the! a When yon want anything in Groceries or Fruit re- member the bargains to be liad at the Good-Co.'s Big Removal Sale Tflt GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone 99. City- Engineer Arnold left for Tor- onto on Saturday. f TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION FOR oak dining exten- sion table, cost and five dining room chairs at each; the lot for a snap. Apply Mgr. Hud- son's Bay Co. FOR set driving harness, -Hudson s Bay Co, light double Apply Mgr. ifl-fi TO room; modern. Apply 210 Coutts St. 19-6 ISO A C R EIS Burton City Fruit lands This land is well situateu, two miles from Burton city. Soil is of a clay natiire. It has four acres cleared; 40 apple trees on it, also raspberries and strawberries, balance seeded to clover. The ground is easilv cleared and contains lots of water Price Per Acre For Quick Sale If interested write McDERNID McfllRDr KELSON, B.CX, or- Orater L, BROAD AND WATTS, Builders and Contractors, iiitimates free. Eep'airs and altera- tions at the shortest- notice. Stair work a specialty. 19-26 Lethbridge, Alta. Western Canada i! Stock Co. Ltd. i Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages FIKAKCIAL AGENTS FOR Austin-Manhattan Conso- lidated Mining Co., Austin, Kev. Capital And other large corporations UlHuidff J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 .-Office in Chinese Sfore, Ford Street, beside Palace Livery The Arrow Lake Orchards TUJS company owns 7000 acres of carefully selected JJrmt Land situated in the most favorable lo -ation for fruit growing in BRITISH COLUMBIA. These lands are beautifully situated on the Arrow Lakes where is act Required It you were offered a home situated on the shores of a beautiful lake or stream, amidst what is acknowledged to be the finest scenery in the world; where bear, deer goat, Kroose and trout abound; where the climate is exceptionally fine and where boatii.g of all kinds may be .enjoyed; with the Canadian, Pacific service passing your door twice every day winter and summer- with -guaranteed returns from your land-sufficient "to ensure you a comfortable living, and with property" increasing in .value- at the rate of 25 per cent per year All for CM- Payable in 4 Years WOULD YOU INVEST If so drop tine to M. FREEMAN, Gwi'l Agent Tke tow like Orrtartt, Lettkrjjge, Ukrti, Cnaii And you will receive full particulars Bank of Ginada, Lethbridga" MMMMIMM ;