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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta WIE BUt TO ALL TftAINt Hotel Windsor tot a Day in aily Herald WHEN iN LtTHBKIDGl The Dallas Hotel Is the A Moft ConvenltftJ V When you want the Best ng and tbat-s the kind "when you buy you will get -it in our STEWART KANGES These ranges cook thoroughly, bake perfect- ly. The "Stewart" [Range cooks and with small 'consmnpt ion of fuel. Every "Stewart" Range, is 'guaranteed, absolutely, to give you perfect .service al- wa3rs. The prices of "Stewart''" Ranges are quite as low as you can buy a first class range "for. Don't experiment, buy 'the -guaranteed range. Your satisfaction ..and saving will more than convince you that we tell" the truth. Hick-Sehl Hardware Go. 762 P.O. Box 670 We Give Special Attention to Mil! 'Orders WHAT ABOOT NEW EQTJTP3JDEJVT FOR JFOK Our stock of -Pocket Diaries, Desk Memos., Journals. Ledgers and Filing Cabinets is complete. V UNION BANK. PHONE 1265. AGENTS AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS OXE DOSE THE The first doae you take of SYRUP OE WHITE stops :.that .tickling "sensation and gives -yoic relief- Some colds cured only a few doses; and the- wcrst colds give '-iya'7 when it is .used fre- CO; SPECIALISTS. .AJ MANAGER. .PHONE 772 .V Start 1911 GET A BOX OF .You vwill find this .soap leaves the in :.a sofr sm -rety W1NOLIA PREMIER SOAP :35c a box V1NOLFA LAUREL SOAP .35c a box VINOLIA BABY'S SOAP _____ ____ 35C a box VJNOLJA WHITE COAL TAR The finest hard .water soap made. Try it 35e a box JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS1 Successors to JOHNSTON 4. JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till tlie.lastminute, tilings that lie knows must done. Hovv about your farsightedness1? Can't you see where you will have to do some fixing up around the place before long; some repairs.that will require some lumber, Then why put it off? Why not eonie in and let us tell you the cost of the stuff you need next time you're in town? But whenever you buy. be sure and see us first, even if you have to drive out of way to get here. IT WILL PAY 1ST DOLLAES AND CENTS TO DO THIS. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. ACAOiA 1LOCK NORTH 521. FRESHLY. ROASTED COFFEE Esoecially blended and prepared for us is what, you when ordering coffee here. A fresh ship- Uicut arnveu todayi BULK COFFEES Barboza Whole or: fresh ground, Ib Bourbon Whole or fresh ground, Ib Whole or fresh grmmd, Ib Chorct Whole or fresh -ground. Ib -50c -r fresh, ground, Ib. ,fiCc PACKAGE COFFEES 1 Ib.'tius, ground, prke each ,.45c Rldgeway's A. 1 Ib. Una. price each .50c Chase i Ib. tins, price each ,..40c .30c .35c FLAVOR In order to thoroughly enjoy your dinner you need TEA Uiat has befeii selected.-by exuerts.--. We huvo had years of experience aloug this line aud therefore can assure you perfect satisfaction. 'BULK BLACK TEA v Yelloaalla Or Ibs. RattckeHie Ib.- j. Premier-Special Ib. Decka BULK GREEN TEA Very Fine .Best Uncolored 3b. .............50c In addition to the above lines we carry ail the leading Hues of package teas and "coffees, time you order rea or coffee iry some of our Special Blend. ___ The next FHONE 523 THE GOOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUIT AND HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT !Dr. J; C. llargreavcs, of Medicine Hat, is spending the day in the city. Dr. D. H. Tipcr; .ot London, is in th'e city. W. II. Weber and" wite, spent.New Year's with relatives'at Macleod. H. ID. Hyde, bi Pinehcr. is in the city today. There was; no thing-doing'in the po- lice court this; morning. Among the visitors in the city to- day is R. C. Wilson, of-Ottawa. f. W. Murphy, and P.-Murphy- -of Judith Gap, Mont., are in the city. Dr. and. Mrs. W. T. Patior., ol Coutts, are'visiting in the city. A. K. and Cr. A.--Leitch, of Cran- B.C., are in "the city on busi- ioess. Mrs. Parser, wife .ofH. R.. Parker, v Inspector .of .Schools, V-ermUHon. Alia., is visiting her father, Geo.; Beck, Crahb street. j-O Misses. K. and G-. .Robertson asd Mr. Ed. Robertson, .of Morrisbur'g; Ont., arrived in the city last night! A. E. Robertson; of Raley, is "with them. The Ellison Milling Co. reports .a very prosperous year's, business.-.with the" demand for Best" steadily increasing. They shipped' over. 500 carloads. J. E. Loucks, "B A., "school inspec- tor in the'High has been'appointed to succeed. C. II. Rus- sell, B.A., as science'master, in "the Provincial Normal' school. The local elevator .companies say f that there is-no need lor uneasiness on the part ci. the farmers in regard TO seed as they have a large Si',, and there is lots of it in i the countrv. 1911 Cook Book Almanac is now 'Call or send for one. It will be given or sent to YOU EEEE. TTte Store i BAD IN CASE OF FIRE, TOO Waterworks Supt. J. I-L Fleetwood and Fire Chief Kilkenny are going to ask the city council to forbid the water hydrants to be used; for any other purpose whatever than fire pur- poses. During 'the cold spell of last week, Fire Chief Kilkenny found sev- eral hydrants, frozen. They were promptly thawed out and fresh pack- ing inserted.., js not the hydrants themselves that "the fire chief when 'asked.about the Ilerald, "it is the packing. :'When every Tom, Dick and Ifarry is allowed to use -the hydrants, they let the packing get damp, the .cold weather comes the-packing freezes and the hydrants will "not unscrew- The only way to reiriedy is to forbid the hydrants to be.used by anyone but the water works department the fire bri- gades." JJ'JqiiibDttnrlt-CitLti Famllyr'amf Dispensing V -Chemists Night and Day Telephone No Night Bell bri; Front Door THE WEATHER cloudy Reports from Diaraond" City clear catc that-the storm ;of. MondayAnight was very severe in thatr'tdwn} 'sorriei Winnipeg., of "the residents being unable fo-leave -V depression has passed rapidly ov- their'houses by the doors on accountjer part, of. the prairie 38 39 2 ot the huge drifts .of scow.-: H. R. Kimball, was provinces, .bringing milder .conditions. weather colder again. blizzard. raging an 'and in Sas- town yesterday in connection -with a A blizzi cbrhpar.v he is forming katchew ____ some mines in Sec. .9-1-25; south nf'-- and- Cardstori, which -show a.very high rery cold toaat an-d on Thursday. quality-of steam j' Saskatchewan and anrl Pipers'- Band held most successful dance in' sight. A.BlenrierVHassett 'this morning received an.enquiry from parties in the old country as to the value of a certain parcel of .three lots on Third Ave. South, (Redpath.) The enquiry, was unique in.'the.rounabQut way in which it carae-to him.' The parties en- quiring: -evidently :knew something about Lethbridge for .they..knew ;tbe of the property and other details, but-their ideas about Hhe..lo- cality must somewhat hazy for they first of all wrote to a lawyer at it. That gentleman bad .never been west of Manitoba and "so-sent the letter, on to Mr. Blenher-Hassett. 'Iri.-'his .'letter to Mr. -Hassett he..says'that'' the .peo- pls across the water have apparently heard of the growth and: opportunities proniabiG iuyeEtments afforded by jLethbridgeV but are some, what at sea in regards to the location. m North" Lethbridge, in spite of -the- boisterous weather .there was a vpcy iarge -ii rn- out. BUSINESS LOCALS. Miss Marguerite new act on the. bill at the Eureka last The annual exhibition or the. :LGth-; proved another. favorite. bridge Poultry and I Exhi- bition will be held on 10.' 11, and 12. Entries--will be.! received up to and including January 1. E. N. Barker, will do' the., judging. The show held'in the'old laundry building on Smith street- Lodge No. 293, Lethbridge Camp, Woodmen of the' meet in Oddfellows Ifall tomorrow, Thursday night at eight o'clock.- There' are several candidat-ts up for initiation; and the officers elected for the ensuin- year will he installed, after which a supper will be held in the -Alexandra Caie- Rochon Bros, have anded a bakery department to their cafe, ice cream and confectionery business. >They are Call 6G6, the Letnbridge! Messenger Service -for quirk message'- and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpatri. and Burdett streets, oppo- site -Methodist church. Phone '174. _. Well, .Al, we are coming again to- morrow night. That', is the best- I have ever heard. This "they say when they come out.of the.Eu- reka this week. Phone 032 Pony-Express; baggage transferred, removals, coal. C.O.D. 308-0 For sale cheap, two piano cases, damaged in shipment. One.Pianola I.used but a short time. Mason SCANDINAVIAN SOCIAL GATHERING .'.A most enjoyable.gathering of Scan- dinavians was held ;m Bedding's Hall on Friday evening last. Most of the time was given.over to. dancing, but the' first steps were taken towards tne .organization of a Lethbridge Scan- dinavian Society. A cb'mmittee was appointed to discuss ways and means. Tne committee .will-meet on..Sunday alternoon at 4 p.m., at the residence of P. J.. Woslyng, J13. Thirteenth... street, and; report at "a meeting to be' called in the near future, and at which ail Scandinavians, in tne city are urg- ed to attend. using that part of their store recently j Risch Piano Co., Ltd., branch -v.. Schweitzer Bros., who Conservatory Bids., occupied have-ir.dved their store .to their.Jjak- ery on London Roati. Rochon Bros, arc specializing. ana "Eng- pastry. The Bartenders' Union 765. 18-R WILL ADDRESS POULTRY MEETINGS During the .latter part of January and the first week'of February, B. J. UooK, of this city, will "accompany A. the provincial poultry ex- _ -..Pert-In attending a series of poultry Don t miss meeliags in diffcrent parts of'the ic Eureka.this week. goou ,rt Limited EAST 423. thc one. i vlnce. Tbey are advertised to discuss i the best methods of-poultry raising 3. jollification on Saturday eveniog atp'j Duncan, formerly in the from a Practical standpoint, dealing the Labor Rail, the occasion law'office of. housing, reeding, batching, rear- "their second annual banqust. dition to the members bt the t-u'on, among those present were, Liwnse la- spector R. Niramons, S. W. of the Typographical Union, and some former members who were-visiting in President pre- sided over 'the "banquet, and Me. Tuck- well acted as toastmastcr. The ex- the firm. of Church lips, fattening, killine, marketing and and MacArthuc. SCHOOL OPENED YESTERDAY School opened yesterday morning in all city schools..'There, are.-begin' ners' classes at Central school-.and cellent menu was provided by Miss Iuaiiey street school. Parents having Scott, of the Excelsior Cafe. jcniirtren who have not gone to school Oiic of the Letbbrioge firms which Be, ftnd j e fl rU fae believes in fosterinz an cspnt a corp, amon? its. employees, is term are requested to start then, Good Company, which entertained'at once- to promotions there them at a fine N'cw Year's a few vacancies in the kindergar- classes. other, matters of interest connected with the poultry industry. SIX NEW TEACHERS START WORK Bentley Co'y. Ltd. AB a Chinook off the snow, that's the way off. our- showing lines, bought from the Vest houses in large quantities and therefore we are able to greater discounts. NIGHT-GOWNS. arid Many different styles made .up of fine cotton, daintily trimmed with Valenciennes lace; Ions or ehon sleeves. CORSET COVERS 30c 40c 50c GOc 70c SOc 90c ami Fine lawns, neatly embroidered or lace trimmed. Embroidered or lace trimmed, flounces -with- or without frill. 30c to Lawns or cambrics, daintily trimmed. THIS SALE SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK Commencing on January 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT Arid Building Materials riot undersold. We can "advantages of having stock of lumber in (Southern Alberta RIVERSIDE LUMBER CO. -rFORMERLY SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Phone 454 .We have added a first-class to our staff, whose specialty is IIJENCH AND ENGLISE[ PASTRY These-lines with, all the good things in bread, ca.ke3, etc., -will be sold-.afr Sweitzer Bros.' old stand fa our store. We'rie make line. ROCHON BROS. BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. CAFE. THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL rithe newest-. _and largest rgverything of the best. H. Murray, Proprietor. 4utc-car meets all trains. T usurious bedrooms. ner on Monday night at (he home of j1 one of the numbers or.the .firm..'Mr. S. C. Witcr. The banquet Was serv-1 ed at five o'clock, presided i over hy Mrs. Witvrer and Mrs. Good. Besides the firm, those present were C. C. Mac-Lean, W. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. H. Monroe, "E. Partridge and R. D. Shatitz; Afier -the banquet and I toasts the two members of The firm. [Messrs. Wither and Good. rach with a pair of very fine en- graved gold cuft iViis from the .em- ployees, who appreciate their treat- mcrtt b7 the urm, particularly as oach received a substantial honorarium at i Christmas. Before the gathering broke up Mosdames Wither and Good favored the company with some tx- fcellcnt piano and. vocal solos. Yhe employers are now back in tha store anxious to watt on the numerous ftf 01 y NoSy Grow Beau- tif ill'Hair Alberta Drug Book Co., backed .ur Six new teachers commenced their duties in city schools "when school op- ened yesterday.. They are Mr. Van Allen, from Calgary Normal School, j who has charge of Standard TV., atj Central School; Miss Birch, from Chat-! ham, Ont.T who takes Standard III, and f Miss Haana, who takes the beginner's class at Central. Mtas and: Kealtley, "botn from ormal schools, take Standard III and II, re- spectively, at school, 'vhile Miss Dora Nimmons is presid- ing over tbe "beginner's class at tbe Bailey Streel school. Cafe. Airy and well lighted sample rooms. vr H. Murray all -rjepartraents. en suite with private baths. A first class electric elevator. CARD OF THANKS The membprs of by the manufacturers of SALVIA, the 7S-5 great hair grower, guarantees it to' grow hair. SALVIA destroys dandruff in tec days. The roots of tho hair are so nourish- ed and fed that a new crop of hair springs up, to the amazement and de- light of the user.. The hair .Is.made soft and fluffy. Like all American preparations SALVIA is daintily per- fumed. It is hard to find an tpmers, and feeling that life is v.orth j who does not use SALVTA conUnuaily. living all. 1A large for SOc. Nest Lodge Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen desire to express their to their many patrons, who present at the Annual Ball and Supper last night. THE ARRANGEMENTS COMM. H. Co-wley, of Winnipeg, whJle. help- Ing a lady off a street oar was scratch with .a; hatpin. t ia lie died. poincning Announcement VANDURBURGH TEEPLE Successors to CRADDOCK VINER Staple and Fancy Groceries Cordially invite the public to pay them a call Sherlock Blk Phone 515 ;