Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
ro ALL TRAINS Windsor. WHEN IN LETHIRIOOI The Dallas Hotel U ftett 4 U stay i> W When you want the Best Cooking Range -r-aJid; that's the kind you want-when you buy will get it in our IxAllVjllaJ These ranges cook thoroughly, "bake perfect- ly; -The "Stewart" Range cooks and bakes with small consumption of fuel. "Stewart" Range-is guaranteed, to give you perfect service al- ways. r.'_. The prices of. Ranges are dte as low as you can buy a first class rano-e 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. i fhone 712 P. 0. Box 670 We Olve Special Attention to Mill Orders WHAT ABOUT NEW EQIJTOVIENT FOR YOUR OFFICE FOR .Our stock of Pocket Desk Memo's., Journals, Ledgers and Filing Cabinets is complete. CO FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1265 AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS COLD CREAM IN usfe for .cold ;y; creiam in January. It is fine for rough skin and chapped hands or face. In .addition delightful for- massage It soothes We have all the v'standard, makes -and you will find them delightful and exquisite. ALBERTA DftUG CO. GET A BOX OF VINOLIA' PREMIER SOAP VJNOLIA LAUREL SQAP VINOLIA BABY'S SOAP COAL SOAP smooth, ..35c a box .36c a box ....35ca box JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON' V JACKSON SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. i i A Far-Sighted Man J never till the last things that he knows must be done. How about your farsightedness'? Can't you see where you Will hate to do some fixing up around the place Hef ore long, some repairs that -will require some lumber, Then why put it off l' Why riot come in and let us tell you the cost of the stuff you need next time you're in townl But whenever you buy. be sure and see us first, even if you have to drive out of your way to get here. IT WILL P A.Y AXD Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. ACADIA BLOCK NORTH Limited EAST 423. OLOVEKHILL CREAMERY BUTTER Is ahvays the same. Made fresh every week and ship- ped to us the same day. A fresh shipment arrived today. Ibs. for GOOD FIRST CLASS EGGS Not strictly .new laid, but. better than the majority.of the so-called new laid. We are getting repeat orders daily from people that have tried them. Another large ship- ment JUST IN. Price THE GOOD COMPANY AND.RETAIL FRUIT AND PHONE 523 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT R. Dobbin loft this morning on a short business-trip to Calgary' S. S. Newton, of Cardston, was a visitor in the city .-yesterday. B. J. Wood, of Cardston, b in the city. A. F. Krappel, of Fernie, is in town. C: Bryan, clerk of the district court, Macleod'. is in the city. Richard Harris, of Pinches Creek, "was a visitor in town yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Huff, of Sweet Grass, Mont., are in the city. T. S. Mackenzie unloaded a carload of 1911 model Cadillacs yesterday. E. "N. of Cardston, is in Edmonton judging at the Provincial Poultry Show. John R. Palmer, barrister, has left on a flying trip to Toronto on legal business. 0. Lobley, of Crossfield, Alberta, is an additional member.of the staff of the Bank of Commerce. John Stafford, who has ing New Year's in this city, .returned, to his home in Coleiuan yesterday. John S: Glover, of will spend Sunday here as the'guest of John A. Mackay. Miss Bessie Wood, of High River, spent NTew Year's -in this city as the jjuest of the Lethbridge Hotel. Taylor repairins; the damage to the.cupola done by the wind storm on Monday night. Senator De Veber has altered his plans and will not leave for Ottawa until Saturday. 1911 Cook Book and Almanac is now ready. Call qr.send for one.. Tt will.be given or FREE, Family .andiBl .'Chetdists Night and Telephone .322 _ Night Bell .on .Front Door The chief ot police; has .found own- ers for a couple of horses .he had im- pounded. They had strayed from Liv- ingstone. John S. Rogers, general, manager for A. of Winnipeg, called on-tbn 'ocai office here yesterday. L. H. Roe, manager of the Tudhppe- Ande'rspn Co., ot Calgary, is in town today in connection with the- local agency. H. B. McElyea, of Calgary, is suc- ceeding C. F. Stewart-as -wire chief of the Telephone company at this point' A. J. ;curamings, Of Calgary, cener- al ajrent for of the Gas Trac- tion Company, of.. Minnespolis, is in the city today in the interests of the company. A. J. n. Koch, properietor of the St. George Hotel at. High River, is very-ill with blood-poisoning, which has developed from boils on "the back of the neck. At last reports his con- dition was somewhat The first building permit of the year 1912 was taken out yesterday by D. Duff, who will build three houses cost Ing Si, 800 each on Sixth 'Aye., south, in block 125, east .the big stand- pipe. T. Odraark is the contractor. Plans are being made.to .lay a.Ions spur track through the east and-west lanes from block 67. The .track will leave the main line at the old, junc- tion and proceed very nearly to Thir- teenth St., (Westminster Secretary Thomasson of the Y.M. C.A., requests that visitors will not come to the Y.M.U.A. building for a few. days as the stairways and the floors arc receiving the finishing touch Lethbridsre es and ifc is impossible to use them Hon. G. H. V 38 46 sriow Calgary, clear __________ ________ _______ Lethbridge, cloudy 44 2f> was opened 1907. Winni 1 f v..i.-i ___ ;_ _ __ CITY AND DISTRICT C. F. Stewart, late wire chief of the government telephone system hero, leaves, town tomorrow lor Calgary, where he will-join the service of ihe Automatic Electric Co. of Chicago who are about: to install the new au- toniatic switch hoards in the inaia exchange at-Calgary. H. R. N'arraway. who has been em- ployed in the survey branch- ot the public works department of pro- vincial government at Edmbaton, left on Tuesday to accept' a position with the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., "ai Mich'el, B. C. of Ancient Order of For- este'rs'jvill meet on Monday, Jan! G. >n the I.O.O.F. Hall, for the purpose1 of installation of officers, initiation of candidates and to maisc' arrange- .ments for a whist drive and social. A full attendance in requested. Lawrence an expert watch- mak'Er and engraver from Toronto, has taken a position with R. A. Wright. W. McLennan, who has been on Mr. Wright's sttff for the past-two resigned to'go into the real estate business at Cal- garr.. Mr. Murphy up.to the present has been with Ryrie Bros., and is one of the rao.st experienced and best men in the1 business. Business mounted up., fast at. the 'during 'the-past -.The .Itwin, in- forms the'.Herald that during the year ending Dec. 31, 1910; the' hf writs-issued was 862, which is nearly as many as were the two years..previous, the number for the two .years t ogether being''-- 967. There have bee'n. 1934 writs issued.since the Winnipeg, clear1 8 Another depression has entered Al- berta it has continued cold, especiaU ly in the latter province. Snow. has fallen at- many .points. FORECAST Manitoba -and Sas- cold." Light, lo- cars Fair and Friday, decidedly BUSINESSVLOCALS -'Miss Marguerite anoth- er favorite at the Eureka this week. Call 6.66, ;the Lc-tnbrirfge Messenper Service for quick 'message and- bag- gage delivery. Office'SOT Crabb St.' ;210-0 .Phone 632 Pony Express; baggage transferred, removals, coal. C.O.D. 308-ri' Some quartette at 'the Eureka this week. Some have been there .-.three nights so far they are going to hear them again before they go. For sale cheap, two "piano cases, damaged in shipment. One Pianola lists! but a short time.. Mason Risch Piano Co., Ltd., factory branch! Conservatory Lethbridge, k'E. Jlorss, manager of the is in town, and-has arranged with .''Local Man- ager Harry 'Turner for a "return date Burgomaster is on its farewell'tour with: the original cast, "scenery, etc.' Mr. Morse has ;been especially engaged to handle this attraction for the balance of the sea- :s'6ri by Cullen, proprie-" tor: Mr. .Morse has handled. only sev- en attractions of high class .order in the -past, twenty-eight years in the theatrical service, eight, years with Nat. C. years with -Trip to Chinatown" Co., four years .with Fanny Rice French- Ball :Co., five years with balance of Hoyt's attraction, "A Contented Wo- etc. The .nts.wly elected officers of the Soss.. of-England were installed last istrict Deputy Sur F. .T. "Robins, as follows .Past President, W. J. R._Davisore; vice-pre- sident, W. E. J. Faunch, sr.; financial secretary, A; J. Warren ;-recording secretary, S. R. treasurer, F. A. Tadman: That the Lethbridge Poultry Show is next and teeman, R. G. Addison 3rd committeeman, E. Oilandi; 4th corn- Thursday, and entries-clbsoJ on Saturday, January 7th. Schedule' of prizes and entry forms can be ob- tained from the C. Low- ther. Viaduct Lod.ee No. and plant of the Diamond Coal Co., at Diarr.ond Citv. He is president of the company.. .Managing director and H. A. MacLean of CalgarjYare also visiting the mine. ------All mem bfrs are attend.-" 20-2 mitteeman, Vernon Pearson 5th com T. Standing 6th com- .H. Walkcri; inside J. H. Faunch, jr.; outside H. Wpodr: physician, Drs. .0. C. Cragg and Loverinpc; trustees, R. C. Farris, H..W. Mcech, E. .A. -will hold a.auditors- D..H. Elton. J. Dawson. J. Jan refreshments, were thuir and a most eniovable smokinac ineir concert held. James H. Cole, pi Brooklyn, N.Y., will lacture on "Death" on Thursday evening.in the K. of P. Hall. An ex- Fire last Saturday night broke out i T- in the basement of the St. Gcorpe T Hotel at Pligh River and did consid- erable" damage, although the fire conv pany soon had. it in check. Some dam age was hv water, but none, of the guests were inconvenienced. The westbound SocHPortland Flyer, due here yesterday T; morning at sis 1 o'clock, arrived at ten o'clock this morning, just twenty-eight hours latp The flvcr due this morning is cxpecv cd late this afternoon." Firs Cliief Kilkenny received cheque for ?50 from Cyril Begin as token of "his appreciation for the bri- gade's prompt and efficient work in SKATING AT THE "RINK TONIGHT V -j- CITY AND DISTRICT tract from a newspaper, report states: "A number enjoved the privi- lege of hearing the subject, is Death? [Why is'Death? Will death .ev- er discussed by Jag. H. Cole. He haaoried the subject in a thorough manner, harmonizing reaton and the Bible and backing up all his state- ments with liberal Scripture quota- tions. While, at times he seemed at variance with some things that are Co'y. Lti At.a iweep. off the enow, that's just tbe'way awwpint off our white-wear; bought from the best Urge QuaQtitiM and -therefore we are able to offer ireater discounts. LADIES' NIGHT-GOWNS ana Many different styles made .up of fine cotton, daintilr with Valenciennes Jace; long or short sleeves. CORSET COVERS 30c 40c 50c 60c 70c SOc 90c and Flue lawns; neatly embroidered or lace trimmed. to Embroidered or lace trimmed, flounces with or without dust SOc to or trimmed. PEC1AL FOR ON- WEEK ONLY-Comminclns 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT We carry in arid will notbeMdeirstid. We can bffer you the advantages of having Souther LUMBER CO. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER ''I Phoiu-454 We have added a first-class baker to our itaff, whoie ipeclalty is AND ENGLISH PASTRY Theije lines with all the other good things in bread, cakes, etc., will be" sold at Sweltzer Bros.' old stand in. our store. make good in this line. BAKERY. ICECREAM. OAFE. THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL rpbe newest ;aad largest of the beat uto-car meets all traini. T uxurious Lounge, bed N. H. Murray, Proprietor. and well lighted sample H. Murray auperrlges'all rjepartments, suite with, private batha, first class electric elevator, held with representatives cf the Melvjn Bryan, son of W. C. Bryan, of Macleod, clerk of the district court, ......o- Ml" H. vvith Mr to their home in Calcary on or about the 18th. The police inagmiale had a light docket today. Percy Gale and Sam- uel Williamson got drunk and disor- derly and squafed themselves wiWi the law by paying 53 and costs. Wil- liam Simistcr, who appeared to he found wandering after he had Jn on the train. He said fee the To locate her. He that his application of serin- -w111 were correct and his j Supervisor HamUton read rCason- a letter from Mr. Scarrow, the head of the man the preseiice at the ofTice of a book in which any mir.er could register anr complaints he saw fit, and wanted to know if any such complaints'had beta made. Burk did not think it was the rttity of the union to make such rec- Mr. Cole "is an able speaker and ECQ001' frequent user of potent epigrams, very of which his addresses very, clear and interesting to the audienc- with'regard to Two Schools Across the River (Continued from front new Tue agents ed to trying to put one over-the ooard, and iharpiy culled to In the next letter. Auitim reported on the meet schools in Lethbridre. In which he gave advice in reply to Mr. Hamilton :ho establishing of Miner Didn't Notice Any Gas (Continued from front The exairination of this witness was continued for some time, durino- which nothing of material Interest was brought Mr. Woods went into the matter of the book of rules, and to have been made durine month of January, 1310 Mr Mackie asked Burk why it was there were so few complaints entered :n ihat book and the answer was that the men who made frequent com- plaints were liable to lose their jobs, inis precipitated another caloquy, during which Mackie offered to pro- duce fire or six witnesses to prove Jnat Burk's statement as to the tf- feet of was, usually, dis- missal, but upon objection by Mr. Woods, Coroner Pinkney ruled that this must be proven lo be the caso with the Western Canada- Co.. Mackie sairt he was not prepared to do this, put was willing to leave it with the jury, as it stood. Tht was tbcn adjourned til tomorrow monuns at 9.39.