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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAINS PillHotel Windsor' Storc xig your store..-. When -we say "your" we mean a store, v -.that-will measure up .to reauirement you make it. _____ "A well "equipped 'drug convenient drug prices. By Doming'here "first you save time and ALBERTA DRUlG GO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 5 Succeuors to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. VINELAND CANNED BRUITS Are mucti superior in quality to ordinary brands. We are sole agents for Southern Alberta for thew fine goods. Every tin is a sanitary tin. NO CHANCE TO GET POISONED ON SANITARY -CANNED GOODS lk tin V.......... Each Ib.'tins 2 for. Ib. tins ...2 for Ib. tins ,2 for GREEN GAGE Ib'. tin.Each LOMBARD .Each i 2 4! 4! iC iC c 15c PHONE 523 THE GdOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE- HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY j Start 1911 Right GET A BOX OF VINQEIA SOAP You find this soap leaves tie skin In a soft, smooth, vel- vety VINOLIA PREMIER a box VINOLIA LAUREL SOAP a box VINOLIA BABY'S'SOAP .35c box VINOLIA WHITE COAL TAR finest hard water soap made. Try a box CITY AND DISTRICT J. M. McCloskey, of Phoenix, B.C.. is in the city. S. J. Shepherd, barrister, has gone to Ontario, on .business. He will return in ten days or.two weeks. Local option having carried -in Moose the hotelkeepers there, threaten to close their hotels. Court Stenographer Jas. Dawson has gone to Macle'od to act as sten- ographer at an inquest there. Miss Gertrude Donovan left for Cal- garv ye--': afternoon for an inde- finite stvy The Canadian Press Association has written asking; the' mayor for his opin ion regarding the Georgian Bay can- al. The council will meet .in committee o't the whole next to prepare some iratter for .the next regular meeting.-.'- ".-_..- A the Team Owners' As- sociation has been called for Satur- dat night at S o'clock in the Brodie Block. The customers returns for -Medicine Hat showed collections oi as .against in December, 1909. Abe Medicine Hat, was severely burned yesterday.by the gas oi the. burner oi his fur- nace, while he was attending-to it. Grant Loeman, proprietor oi the Wctaskiwin was found drad in bed.- Death .was due. to chronic rheu- matism., The courts'" short vacation ended today. The clerks' of Ihc District ?nd Supreme. Courts will remain open un- til the usual hour ot four "p.m. The westbound Flyer is.still .run- ning late, owing to. heavy travelling in ..It arrived this mom inc-at ten-o'clock.- V valise and .umbrella was lound resterda-y bv Const. the city police. The' owner can have the same- by -proving to .that the property belongs-to him: W. G. MacK oi Coiwbeare. Church and M.scKenzie, .Magrath, ar- rived from Winnipeg on Tuesday, and yesterday left for' Magrath. _ The Winnipeg Free Press of Jan. -1, iu its "Twenty-fiveYears col- umn reprints "Dr.' Mewburn, who leaves this morning ior Lethbridge, .was presented by the.members of ite medical.profession with a gold watch and chain." Geo. Stacey, of .the Stacey Lumber Co., E.' A.. Cunningham, rof the Rog- ers-Cunningham Lumber Co., C. R. Pioneer.Lumber Lo., and J -Jackson.'.of the- Citizciis Lum- er Co., all left on his morning for "Cranbrook, B. C., n business. There will.be a'mectihp of the Over- eas Club next Friday .night, the n St. AugiisUn's Hallat, S.30. Sec- etary T. W.< Clarke, has a long list f questions submitted by the .head- uartrrs in London, "which will btt Bought before the.meeting. A further notice of the meeting will appear lat- 1911 Cook Book and Almanac .is Call or send for one. It will be given or sent to ..you at The Assylum Wifl Be Ready By April from front ity of the asylum will be increased. There is a -section and a quarter of ground in the asylum property, which will give sufficient room for the 'es- tablishment of the cottage system, if it is decided to adopt this system.lt is .understood that Premier Sifton is in favor of the cottage system. This system, is one for the treatment ol certain cases separately and individu- ally; and is in vogue in Woodstock, Out., and other places, and has urovcc cost satisfactory. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. I fl, Higintoriiain Family and DIspentirig Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. THE WEATHER Edmonton, 35 Calgary, clear '14 24 Lethbridge, -'H 31 Winnipeg, cloudy i. Fair _and quite milil weather has prevailed in 'and also 'in southern parts ofSaskatchewan. Else where in Saskatchewan "and in Mani- toba: it- has been' cloudy and cold with some snow 'FORECAST Manitoba' and Sas- katchewan Moderately cold, light local .Mostly.. .lair, light local snow, chiefly-in the-northern'portions. BUSINESS LOCALS the Bentley Co'y. Ltd. SALE Commencing January 7th Men's Clothing, Negligee Shirts, Hats, Caps, Underwear, etc. Ladies'Rea Coats, Skirts Waists, etc. Blankets, Comforters, Table Linens, Crockery, Tinware Ever tie a can to a dog f See him go f We've tied a ineasly 'little price to our goods See them go f Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, O that he knows must he done, il'ow. about your farsightedness? Can't you see where 3-011 -will have to do some-fixing up-arouncV the place hef ore long, some repairs that will require some lumher, Then why put it off Why not come in arid let us tell you the cost of the stuff you need. next time you're in town? But -whenever you buy. he sure and us first even if you 'have to drive out your way tc get here; IT WILL PAY ;YOU IX -DOlLAES TO Big houses af.the. Eureka this week. Come early, first curtain 8 p.m., sec- ond at 0.15. _ Call 6CG, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 The Eureka will give a big .special matinee tomorrow for the women and children at 2.30." Pbone ponV Express; baggage transferred, coal- C.O.D. 308-0 For sale cheap, two piano cases, damaged in .-shipment. One Pianola used but a short" time. Mason sp; FIRES IN MACLEOD i. r renchmariahd Indian 01 a Drunk Trouble ,Maeleod, Jan. about'half- past twelve last night a lire started in-.Edmund Diamond's shoe .shop on and-a large crowd soon gathered-to witness the excitement. The Grem'en. however.: so on put" out the fire, which had hot gained-' "any large proportions. The it; is thought, was caused by .the upsetting of a :stove or lamp by Diamond or an Indian, who he h'ad in the building on a drunk-with him. The Rev. .Mr. Boyle, who was returning from' wasr the first man to-aotice turneu alarm.and pulled the two drunrien'hinri Oiitr-pl-the building before any dam- age was', clone.'" Tliei. Indian and Ed- mund'Diamond, who is a Frenchman anii "cannot speak English, were ar- rested ..by Chief of Police Lawson and were.'today up-for trial and fined 57., and S12, respectively oa'i-'drunk .a-nd; disorderly.-, charqe, there''being no proof that Diacr.ond had supplied the Indian with the whiskey. A3 thei buildup was a log shack and one of j the oldest in town, there was no p-reat damage done There was no wind at the time have been1 a more serious resuiti .Over'at the curling rink this morn- ing "there was a small blaze caused by -some gasoline which had leaked from the gasoline stobe being lighted. The fire burnt up the oil and did not catch onto the woodwork so that no alarm was sent- in. It is rumored around town these days that P. H. Douglas has resign- j ed from his position as Manager of And Building Materials and will not fa We can offer you the advantages of having largest stock of lumber in t r Southern Alberta LUMBER CO. FORMERLY SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER '.1 Phone 454 Risch Piano Co., LtdM- factory branch I Conservatory Bldg., Lethbridge, phone the Northern Crown Bank here, to uc- We have.added baker to our staff, Vhose specialty is FRENCH AND ENGLISH PASTRY These lines :with all the other good things In bread, cakes, etc.; will be -'sold..at -Sweitzer Bros.' old stand in. our store. out to. make good in this line. ROCHON BROS, BAKERY. CONFECTJONSRY. ICE CREAM. CAFE. Notices are posted post office here to the eficct that the Civil Ser- vice Commissioners arc prepared to r-ceive applications from candidates Qualified to fill the following positions n the inside service o! the Civil Ser- 0[ Canada Clerk in the Naval Big change tonight at the .18-6 Eureka. Remember, just_ two more nights to to hear this wonderful quartette. Viaduct Lodge No. 53. l.O.O.F. anil Letbbridge Lodge No. 2, will hold a joint meeting On Friday, __ -Jan. 8tn, for the purpose of installing their tores branch at a salary of officers for the ensuing term. All mem bcrs are requested-to attend." 20-2 vice _, A- and assistant in the Chemical Testing aboratories at a commencing salary Fred Thael returned from the easu of Details of the required qual- this morning, where he purchased a fications are given in the. notices, .stock oi ladies and men's ready-mada -V Buchanan, M-P-P-, left' last! clothing. He also has been appointed night'on a ten days' business trip to j agent .for the Art Tailoring Co. Dttawa and Toronto. He fcoes to Ot- tawa to interview the minister of fin- ance in regard to the tariff on cerVam printing machinery. It was decided at the last meeting of the Alberta Eastern British Columbia Press As- sociation to ask to'have the duty re- j row night, at 7 o'clock. AlMI ilton, Ont.. makers of the "'2 in 1" shoe polish, and that he will icavo Macieon shortly for Hamilton. As yet there is no mention of his successor Franklin Dunlop, of the Northern Crown Bank here, left .this, afternoon for Granum for a short holiday. Lethbridge will hold its Typographical Union regular meeting toraor- The officers Thomas Daly was drowned from the scnooner Thalia near 'Yarmouth, N..S. He belonged, to Newfoundland. Bishop Falon has announced the formation of two new parishes In the JJiocsse of London. The first of these is a new parish In the cits' St. Martin's to which Father Lauren- dean has been appointed. The second is AVIngbam and Brussels. moved'on typesetting "machinery and the new year will be installed, and type, as they are not manufactured jotner general business transacted. At in this country. The statement-comes-from railway circles that the C.P.R. will expenci an appropriation of m the vicinity oi Medicine Hat during the cominc season. :The- tumor was tn the effect that teis money would bejceived special invitations. used largely in the improvement oi i grades both" cast and-west, of the city [ONE TOWEL'FOR and that the line-would be douhlRJ EVERY tracked from Coleridge through to i ____ the conclusion of the regular session the proceedings will take the form of a supper and social evening. The oc- casion is "confined to members of the union, and a few friends who have re- BANK CLEARINGS -r Toronto, an. clearings up to January 5 are as follows: Week end'g Week end'g THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL nnhe newest and largest trotel. of the best II. Murray, Proprietor. uto-car meets all trains. T uxurious Lounge. -plegant bedrooms. -Vcellent Cafe. iry and well lighted sample roeint. N- H. Murray supervises all ___ en suite -with private, A first class electric elevator. City Montreal PUPIL p'oronio I Winnipeg I Jan. 5, Tll Jan. 6, '10 'US.. 554.. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE Speaking at Toronto last night R. leader of the Conservative party, said that the future of the Lib- sral party depends on Uie reciprocity negotiations with the United States. Rogers-Cramingham Lranber Co. ACADIA BLOCK NORTH S2X Limited CAST 423. 'yueftec Stair, which would involve a consirt- Kansgs Make Newj Vancouver erable outlay m strengthening anrt, Forb1ddinB Com- Dttawa widening the bridge. 1 R. E. Ifoattic, postmaster at Cran-.l mon Dnnk.ng Cup broofe. and.presidrnt of the Kootcnay j _ Telephone lines, was in the city yes-I Topeka, Kan., Jan. 4 T. Fair- liamilton terday and went south to-Milk River [child, state superintendent of public ;St. Jonn----- this morning. He remarked to the; JcatrucHon, is preparing to have a CaJgary Herald that he. did not think Alborta made of paper towels for the Kan- victoria ___ people were generally aware of "thnlgas schools. If the test Is successful London fact that "the Alberta government may n0t be before all the Kan-1 Edmonton tern was now connected with be given jndi-JKegtna 2.313.R24 by telephone by way of the Kootenav Lines and the Rocky Mountain Tele- phone Cp. Tt is now possible for Spokane to he reached on. long dis- tance by any place in Alberta- vldua] towels. The state board of nealth already has abolished the com- mon' drinking cnp in the schools and "on railroad trains. 1.052.126.. 932.S34 Innisfail this week. were given resterdar by ijayor .West, Hon. uuhcan Marshall, minister of agricul- ture; G. Marker, the dairy commis- sioner, and W. F. Stevens, the live stock commissioner for the province. The Washington-Alaska largest doing' business in A despatch from Aberdeen, S. D. announced the appointment of Nick Pagones of that rcity as -local consul bank, Greece and said he was about to laska, has oat a, sign as above.' He is the suspended paymenL It had a million dollars on deposit, but could not meet claims tor Failure to re- alize on investment in a lumber com- pany Is given as the cause. The York Loan Co., which collaps- proprietor of a place. where pedal cov- ers could be for 5 centa on week days and 10 cents on Sundays or holidays. Lyraan C. .Smith, 15. A., Prin- cipal of the high school, has ap- ed some years ago, is paying another -pointed Collector o' Customs at Osh- Totals Lethbridge............... 55S.044 Saskatoon............... twenty-five cents a share. One divi- dend issued previously was for one cent The Alberta is holding its Creamery Association annual convention at tired. Ont., to succeed Mr. Blarney, re- It is authorifatvp.ly stated that Sir Wilfrid Laurier will attend the cor- onation. ;