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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January t> A tt n Phone U53 THE STORE OF QUALITY Prompt Delivery O GEO. KERR CO. SELL P revisions G rocenes Teas Fruits E Coff o P ees scuits TEAS A3VD COFFEES Our Darjuling Bl'cnd, has no equal at the. price.-Per 40c 23c 28c Kerr-'s Special Blend GJoff ee per Ib........... TRO VISIONS Clover Leaf Orearnory but- ter, per Ib. -35C Xew laid eggs, limited OO quantity, per; do z... 7 0 C .Case 'eggs, ty, per dozen Hams, at per Ib. Bacon, at per BISCUITS We have a large stock of McYITIE PEIQE'S CLASS-BIS- CUITS on hand. These biscuits are the same as supplied .the ROYAL FAMILY. Assorted kinds at, per Ib. CALIEORXIAN SWEET HEADMAN'S finest in I. 30c .3Hc -O .Per -.-SOC GROCERIES All pur grocery stock is sold at tne smallest margin 61 profit. We sell as before advertised, In tliis line we beat all competitors; m otters, hold our own easily NO FAKE ADVERTISING the time to start dealing No W IS we n THIS IS THE PLACE LOCAL BUDGET 'Mr. and Mrs." Oscar 'Fitzmaurice, of Milk Kiver. are in the city. -'.W. A. Wright, oi ,C., is in Lcthbritige.on business today. :'Br.'T: B.' Hiifi and Mrs. Utifi, of Sweet Grass, are in the-city today. ;-R.: .11. Dickinson, of-Coutts, is a 'li'cthbridge visitor tooay- '-'Marie Close, agpd 21; Lawrence Clrfsc, died yesterday. Fun- eral arrangements, will be marie later. Ralph Slye, 0' the Standard Securi- ties Co., leEt ycsterdar aiternoon on a business trip to Winnipeg. The C. B. Bowman Agency this morninc received a request from man living in Austria, Europe, tor one of their 1911 calendars. The E. uro. l. J lor the respoasifaiiity bf Pape, Thomp- uiayzer.- son Pkpe, of: Cincincati, who pre- K. A. Cunningham...gave a short re-1 pare Pa'pe's cent .treat- sunae of the fraternal .societies in. Can- every-druggist in-the uiivj nriCA QV A T16 His clever company of artists more. Toronto. Ont. Prico 50c per box or 3 dealers or-" mailed and -rice by'The" T. ililburu Co.; .United; Wan surpassed themselves Jri their in- terpretation of Shakespeare's -great love tragedy, "Komeo and at the .Lyric: Theatre last- would not be half expressing tile opinion of the "large audience." which thronged the play houpe." If. ordering world. DONALD MCNABB ada. speaking. of the good tbey- do, and expressed the pleasure he would nave in joining." health of tne newly initiated member's said he felt somewhat nervous, as the last time lie spoke "in the presence of Act- ing Mayor Sage, be was refused a hear himself, but by his and 'that' he was. glad to jmeet Mm'as a friend at this gathering. nd siating. that they were friends in pit'e of "differences.: The camp" was instituted on'August ;5. .had a 'precarious, exist- ence for :a: time, but it has'now'got a good "start, and bas a membership of no less than sixteen members having been initiated at the a'st two meetings. One of the features lof the Wood men of. the World 'Js'.'ftie 'sanitarium, J. McCormick treasurer. OTHELLO AT THE MAJESTJC LAST NIGHT Meeting of Trades And Council Chooses Officers i McXahb, was un- f last There has been a feast gqod" '.things at thy Majestic Theatre this week, so far, nothing finer -than "Othello." As Moor, Mr. Saml- lord' Dodge had" many exercising his- dramatic; talent. .It re- quires no small effort to-RO.---through practically _the .whole .gamut 01. hu- man: emotions, out at the.finish the j actor had established a reputation, as a student, and exponent1, pi. Shakes- pearean of the Mr. Sandford Dodge is ce'riainly a vcr satile as--.evidenced' by the change or program each': evening the company has -It is rts. markable that ,w'e .see.'hothing.of thn personal mannerisms evidenced, .bv mediocre players, the individuality of the m'a'n' is-sunk in the pose, ilm part he is playing for the time, rarid :this achievement.. -final scene of the tragedy for the first half OL the year. C. p Brooks: elected vice-president and Desdemona's tensely ronage. Seats Alice as as s.weet ..and .winsome and ;if- person order ie' could- company; invtheir 'i just as' on :Tueeday-' night. or waht tofeel Tray elf ng Salesman jestlc Theatre-'-nexti.Tuad 'A.- telerain f These j dramatic, "Put Which they support at Los'Angeles for .three officers -were; all, elected by ac-I .put out her litc.'Vor, as agent. consumptives, where" ail" Woodmen clamaiion.. There nomina.-.1 actors have played, tioas for-the position, of. out Mcalqii '-'and. R., Fair- fof tragic dcnoucmont.- As -gary "to sead: are entitled' to free en'trv. .V. .--..'jlf EARL GREY JILL GO TO tffi MGTIC .Ottawa, Jan. Further inquiries marie this morning tend to the that all difficulties bc-clear'ed away and that His Excellency Earl Grey will be his trip to Arctic Circle. It is, pointed out that it is not customary to ask the gpv- ernorrgencral to attend the coronation and it is not likely that His Excclr lency. will cross -the- Atlantic to at- tend the coronation ceremony. H ho do2S not, the probabilities are that the plans for a trip to the Arctic. which arc at present- incomplete will be carried out and despite the pnt difficulties the Cruiser will meet His Excellency at oulh of the MscKtiuJe river. fied the most critical taste. -from all unions represented city council to. s tors bidding on" city understood before making up tenders that they will be expected tn employ union men.- v BUILDERS HOLD TOOPENSHOP the. The, Club V hold a shoot at up of the branch here, and the .bip; the traps tomorrow afternoon '-at three o'clock; providing is The members of the S. 0. E. Glcs Club and other male singers, taking part in the 'coming opera ,will'- meet (Saturday) Averting, at 8.30 o'clock at the Conservatory of Music. n Supt. Hectwooa was the informant A. M. Berryman, of Calgary, trcner- anri was prcsent ,vith several uit- nesses-. E. C. Mackeniic, on behalf n the defendants, however, asked for an warehouse recently com7 pletcd on 2nd Mr. Glemster and his family will reside here Per- manently. It is rumored that the Salvation Army has definitely turned down tho odcr of made to it by a syn- dicate of local men for the fifty feet of property owned by it on Fifth St.. S., and on which its citadel stands. Oscar Matson and Otto Anderson ap peared at the police Court this morn- ing to answer the charge of interfer- ing with a water hydrant on Thir- Street, North. al manager of Metals Ltd.. "and J. Glemstcr, who is to be manager of the Lsthbridgc branch, are in tbe'citv making arrangements for the opening adjournment Cor twenty-four hours which was granted. William Green, the demented indi- vidual who was taken in charge by the police yestnday, appeared in court this morning under a charge o vagrancy. The chief that thr man had been' examined by doctors who said that he should be taken caro of by his relatives. The man's sis ter lived in the city was quite willing to look after him if he wa ma.'le to understand that he was ti stay at home and not run away a? [he had been doing. The magistral? j explained to Green that he must and live with his sister and Green agreed to do so. ACCIDENT AT CARDSTON Refuse to Entertain Sched- -ule of Wages-of Unions Kobt. Goldsmith, manager of the The Builders' Exchange held a nieet- Hudeon's Bay Co., Edmonton, has re- ing at their rooms in tne Acadia block ired alter years :service with the company. FAREWELL TOUR into still being put.tb greatvi' Dobbin A telegram ;was.- receivetllthisRafter-.? On next Monday evening Jestlc Theatre ..comes er's- musical masterpiece Gus C. Welnburg in tne name by the way, a warm favor- ite will Burgomaster.' career, wftirv- fitted him to such- a -nicety tny e-. n __. .____ ale. Tne large-presenting company at present in t.i., i.r-- Mr.. Dobbin 'wordij" clever. "The Tale of the that. a successor to -him- an original, song, is numbered among' h.ecn .appointed and; h We are located in the district where the wheat captures world's prizes. This is the kind of wheat we mill. Our machinery is of latest modern type and our methods up- to-date. That is why our flour is popular. last evening, and.decided'to send the following letter to'the Building Trades Council, in the one received from that body, accompanied by the schedule of wages for 1911, demanded by the Trades Council to be paid to all union men in tlie city. Builders' Letter "Your letter of the 4th received, con- taining a schedule of wnges tor the j various trades affiliated with your body. I .brought this up before the 'meeting of the Exchange last night. and was msructetd to inform you that !as Exchange have de- Glared an open shop, tbey will not i entertain the proposals of the Build- ing Trades Council. Yours truly, "E. Secretary. the song hits'! "The ,r r, 11 i. Maager Wm. P. Cullen has made a sumptuous production for this years linquish..thc office, to the. tarchness name ciosed his tour, and all should enjoy a 011 Dee. '20th. Cardston, Jan. Hannah is suf fering trora a nasty wound in the foot receive! throuch the accidental dls- ciiargt of a revolver. It is to be hop- ert no complications will follow, as in the rtcent sad case ot Mr. Austin. English Fish Grill and Chipped Potatoes In basement of old Candy Kitchen. Give us a call, nsxt to the Eastern Townships Bank. CHANGES IN LAKE j SUPERIOR CORPORATION: Sault. Ste. .Marie, .Ian. changes have been made among the officials of the Lake Superior Cor-, poratlon. O. Franz retains his seat on the directorate and becomes vice-president of the company's trans- portation interests. Vice-president Taylor takes over the general man- agement or .the entire corporation: U. II. L. .Jones becomes assistant sec- retary-treasurer of the corporation: Consulting Engineer' Krnesf. will be reneral manager of the steel plant, and C. K. Duncan becomes general superintendent. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Mrs. Pbileas St. Jean of was locked up, charged with barbarous cruelty to her stepson. It is expected that there will be a re- duction of from 10 to 15 cents ir. lighting rates a: Ottawa. Ten large engines for the C. N. R. are to he built at the Kingston Loco- malive Works. j George H. DufFus of Robertson St., Fort William, C. P. R. fireman, says: "The water gauge of my locomotive burst and scalded the whole left side of my face terribly. I had a box of Zam-Buk In my pocket, which I was using for a sore on my lip, and when; I hyu recovered from the first shock of the accident, I produced the balm and had it applied freely to the scalded parts. I was suffering acute agony, but within a wonderfully short time Zam-Buk gave me case. I was able to continue my journey and upon reaching home, I obtained more Zam-Buk and continued the treatment. Zam-Buk acted wonderfully well, and in a few days had the wound nicely healing. I don't know anything so fine as Zam-Buk as a healer of burns, scalds, cuts, and similar injuries, which workers are so liable 10, and, in my opinion, a box of Zara- Buk should be kept handy in every worker's home." Zam-Bnk will be fonnd A BUTB cnro for cold chopped hands, frost bite, niccrs, blood-poison, rancosocores, pilca, scalp tores, rir.gwjrm, inflamed patches, erup- tioni places, cuts, hums, bruises, vkia in- All dragpiata ctorei sell 60c. boi or from Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price. FREE III free ;