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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 8.00 11.00 14.00 Others at practically as Low Prices "Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention" The HICK HARDWARE CO. REDP ATH STREET PHONE 62 P.O. BOX 670 HEATERS WE HAVE ONLY A FEW LEFT 11 in. Bonny Oaks J5 17 lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald _______ TH1 PLACE TO .STAY fin !i litfcMty It til ULIU (OH The Store of Quality Everything reduced to coat in the CROCKEHV Hew to Keep Warm one of our new copy- light -Kpvels, and "sit by the fire. You will be com- fortable and happy. English .Papers arrived _. today MOTsoirs ran STORE W tar M tf Hita hit Phcna Kfr tar Undarwoad Typawrttara. We fill them here with the purest, 'atroBgeit reliable drugs we can. pro- eose, Jind "our are varyCreasonable- -Every, in- gredient" used iir "your pre- every em- ployee "who has, to do with. your-recipe, be relied upon, IlkftJ Brig m Boot Co, Prescription 'Anyone can use this for- mtrla "for beautifying and skin. Take some warm -water and good Castile soap wash the face and hands thor- OHghly then- dry well. Take a small portion of our Greaseless Cold Cream and rub into the skin un- til none may be seen the surf ace. The above recipe never fails to" produce excellent results. J, DJipbotaSCo.ltii. tij auid Dispensing- Chemists PHONE 21 G. BRAOBEER CO. TftiOtygilOIItonli.m THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear .35 -2Q Ler-hbridge, clear Med. Hat, cloudy... Pr. .Albert, Swift Current, clear. clear..... Minnedosa, cloudy snowing" tr, cold weather .01 .OS tr, .OS .50 .20 .22 .25 .20 .81 .46 .42 -3S .32 .36 CITY AND DISTRICT. The. new butcher's store in the North Ward will be opened tomor row. Joseph F. Beard put up the building. M. V. Camion, of Stirling, has pur chased the residence in Raymond owned by R. H, ifcDuffee, and wil take up his residence in that town. ItHe has purchased some land south j of Raymond. The specialties with Tom Marks are excellent, at Lyceum. There will be a masquerade ball at Monarch on Friday evening next. and a supper will be pro- vided; admits to both dance and supper. Ladies free. The Garbutt Business College is now holding its day and evening ses- sions regularly. The number of stu- dents is increasing. Call or write for particulars to Geo.J. Schmidt, Prin. 0. Smith and his son Douglas left this morning for Regina, after spending a holiday father- m-law, A. H, McKeown. Donald six vests chief )f the Rossland fire department, has >een appointed chief of the .Nelson brigade, succeeding Thomas Deasy. The Victoria, B.C. Times says and Mrs. Oscar McMicking and family are occupying the residence of Major McMillan, corner -Cook and Collinson Streets, for the winter months. Mr. McMicking .was for? merly manager of the Union Bank' at Winnipeg, but resigned to come ins TODAY AND TOMORROW Such as you never heard of before in Lethbridge. You can save a lot 6f money by coining here for jour groceries, and, be- sides, we guarantee every article. TKY US THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone 14. KEEP WARM Get a Pair -of Our Felt-Lined Shoes NELSON GOW .36 .32 -22 .32 .26 has con- tinued all over the Western Pro- vinces, troui Ontario to Pacific coast. aad nose troubles n West, where be has large mining in- terests.; which' demand his attention. ifr. McMicking is' a bf Mr. CITY AND DISTRICT 3Irs. Ives will not receive until the second Friday in February. S. 0. E. meet tonight at eight. In- stallation of officers. John L iTaclaren was elected may or of Hamilton and Daniel Cooper, of Kingston, Ont. W. B- Sharpe, local manager of the 'algary Telephone system is visiting this city today. three more nights to tee the lever Bennett Sisters at the Eureka. CITY AND DISTRICT. Lethbridge is to have a new whole- sale house. The _ McPherson Fruit Co. with branches at Winnipeg, Cal- gary and Edmonton have leased one of the stores in the new Hill Block, and win open a in this city.' The Ladies Aid of Gait Hospital wish to thank Mr. William Frederick Brown, manager of the Lyceum, for his very kind donation of thirty dol- lars and five cents, being the full box receipts of Wednesday's matinee. The Ladies also wish to thank Mr. Buch- anan of the Herald for special adver- tising, of the performance. Petitions asking" the Dominion gov- ernment to assume government own- ership of terminals and the Provin- cial-government to take over the in- terior elevators have been received by the.Secretary of the Agricultural So- ciety and copies have been placed in the Dallas Hotel and Hatch Coons' office, where farmers can sign them, i! they desire. Tonight at the Lyceum, Tom Marks in the "Red Cross The Womens' Home Slission Society of Presbyterian Church met last evening to hoM their monthly meeting. There was a fair attend ance many; being unavoidably absent The election of o-Ecers for the ensu- ing year was held, appointments be- ing made as follows: Miss Bruce, Pre- sident; IVTrs. McKilJop, 1st Vice-Pres- ident; Jtfiss Tena Bruce, 2nd-Vice-pre- S- B. AicilicMng. of this city. Dr. B. A. Taylcr has taken._____ the Stafford Block where in future it is his intention of treating pa- tients suffering-from eye, ear, throat. Pr. Taylor .is no! Hockey At Pincher Creek .SACRIFICE House and Two Lots on Bartlett Street ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK Yesterday afternoon, while the.ther- mometer roistered in the neighbor- hood of thirty-two degrees below zero the Lethbridge hockey team b-ttled a novice ia his profession, having- practiced six years in a prominent Xcva Scotian town, where he was known as an interested citizen of that community raking- a foremost place in municipal affaire. Dr. Taylor. is. a graduate of ITcGill University, and has taken a post graduate course at to. pass the puck rho Leth- bridge defence. Winkler made s-n-erol'.. spectacular rushes and on more rJian one occas ion succeeded in bringing jucl dear through the J'motor C.-.vk de- deuce Henry, in. the Lethbridge pen) did some brilliant Jbore were times when it looked ns if nothing could stop Pincher from sivnrg but the wily Dave was there with the big mit and crushed the opposing teiun's "Masterly Jfaiheson made the lone <.receiving k from Winkler- who had brought it from the Lethbridge defence to the defence. _ Stewart, th e Pincher Creek .-.rover, put up a star game. All the i-layers of both teams worked with great j L-uiwwx wreeK team dour and the smaJ1 score testifies to faring no better. Several of the play th9 class of Five players adorned the fence at different parts of the gome for rough the renowned and met with defeat. The score was The game was played in the open- air rink and the players suffered se- verely from the intense cold. But two men on the Lethbridge line-up escaped being frost-biteen, Winkler and Henry, the Pincher Creek team Bargain Lots on Contts St., close Central School Each R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Boston, New York, specializing- m the subjects mentioned.' He. will re- ceive patients tomorrow Fridar, for the first time in Lethbridge. Cheap Lots OD Glyn Street, Water, Sewer and Elecfric Lights ers had their feet frozen bery badly. Frozfca 'fingers were so numerous among the players that they were of trifling consideration. The match will go 'down in the annals as one of the hardest contests j ;of the kind that has taken place G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block there. Piacher scored two of their goals within seven minutes after start The Lethbridge boys for the first few moments were Considerably handicapped in not knowing the pecu- liarities of the ice, its being too cold to get out for practice to the game. Alter scored the two goals Lethbridge tc find work. Lethbridge contributed three and Pincher Creek Lethbridge lined up- as follows: D Henry, goal; H. Maveety, point; Winkler, cover point; 3Iatheson, rov- er- Stewart, centre; Taylor, left wing A Good Buy I ''and Eobson, right wing. Next game: 3Iacleod at Lethbridge January llth. out where they own opponents at down. their then until the finish the game was f jst and furious. Pmcher's combination uas considerably better than that cf bridge butvit was seldom good Tom Marks kept the Lyceum audi- ence in a howl last night. Miss Etta M. Hutton returned home last night after spending the Christ- mas vacation :with .friends -at Edmon- ton. J The issuing of building permits is now in charge of Building Inspector Fowler, Those desiring application forms or any information on the mat ter will find 3Tr. Fowler at the Fire Hall. 2 Lots in Riverview Terms iiSkeith 4 Phone 197 Whitney Block Secretary; Miss j The Y. M. C. gymnasium have been: mcelled until 7urthSr: notice; the heat system' in the CMT, accountant" of the Hud- -Bay Co. is in a very serictis condition. Dr. Cragg reports today that his patient is' a little improved thpugk a great deal of care is neces- V- open all day, A. TAYLOR, C.M., t Bar, Throat Stafford Lethbridge AlU a.m., 3 IN WOOD ymi a dtfferenoe. Some is old, youiif Our methods alwaya.profTesaive. We're never rft, Dwi't think of buUding or lor lumber without our Iff a to set it, limber it right. Lyceum box office The first day being handled" on xhe "new track of the Jobbing Commission Co. V. C. James, manager of the chants' Bank at Medicine Hat has re- signed and will enter the brokerage business at Vancouver. Trains are all late So. '214 from the west was seven hours late, whilst trains from the east are coming in nearer the time. "B. Duffey, for being drunk and orderly you must pay into court a fine of and in addition fur said Magistrate McDougall at the Police Court this morning Duf- fy paid. Mgr. Brown is installing additional heating apparatus in the Lyceum for tonight. The Y. M. C. executive will meet in the club rooms at seven o'clock to- night. The Mock Parliament is call ed off until next week. Remember the concert, to be fiven by the Club on Jan. 28th. Anyone who good step danc mg or buck and wing, It in the right at the sident; Miss iTacbeth, Treasurer. Wm. A., Ott is making some im- provements at his store. A large jrlass partition is s' department divid- om the billiard room thus les- sening the noise and keeping brtk businesses separate. In the spring he hopes to enlarge the billiard" room and put in several more tables; The front store is then to bo stocked with another line of goods. Good singing and dancing at the Eureka. Your TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION WANTED-General servant wanted' Apply Mrs. R. A. Wright, Dufferin Sfc- 22-3 TO rooms for two respect- able men. Apply 1408 Ford St. 20-0 FOR THE COLD SNAP 23 123 for Qtntlcmen. takt plice of an txtra coat, not bulky, and protect thi body from wind. J. J. Johnston DUALITY QUA-ITtRi- FREE COAL We will deliver free of coit One Pound of Coal for each cent you spend with us for Heat- ing Stoves until Sat- urday, Jan. 16th. HB.tok.HMt Ifoteri 13 ii. aw Uii. 13.S0 17 it. Buying and Sellingon a Strictly Cash Basis as we do, gives us quite an advantage Stores; A customer trading herejRays-fpr hiaoNyn goods only. Different at the credit store--he helps to pay some other man's bad debts T Read the Whole List of Prices then you will give us your Order 25C ffl J% M dSkMI i T.J fop 250 Quaker Oats. 2 for Baking Powder, 12 oz. Malta Yita, 2 pkgs Wiite Star Baking Powder, 5 Ibrtins Table Syrup (Bee Hive) 20 Ib tins -.........11 M ?7t lb' TOMATOES First Quality New Pack tm., .7... ;..UM pluinfj 2 Ib. tins, 2 for x! Ib. tins, Plums, Green Gage, 2 Ib. tins, 2 ior Beans, 2 Ib. tins, 9 ting for................. ftl.M 3 tin.......... A1 't's, 2 Ib. tin 3 Ib. Tins, 2 for 250 Monl-Hgnew Co, "If BVAPORAfED'FRlftTS, PEARS and PEACHES LIPTQ2TS PIE FRUITS berries, Black Berries, Red Currant, Damson Sealed Quart Bottles, Our Price is each 2 for Black r The Cash Store ;