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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ft FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor A'-tut a Day Hotel .In .Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRJDGf The' Dallas Hotel U the Best Moct Convenlcni to Stay When you want the Best Cooking Range the kind you wanti-wli'eh you buy it- AJ.I UUi. STEWART RANGES These ranges cook tlioroughhr, bake perfect- ly. The ''Stewart" Range cooks and bakes with small consumption of. fuel. Every "Stewart" Range is guaranteed, absolutely, to give you perfect service al- The'prices of' Ranges .are .quite as low as you can buy a first class range for. Don't experiment, buy-the-..guaranteed range. Your satisfaction 'aiul. saving will more than convince you that we tell the truth. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. ?hare 712 p. 0. Box 870 _ We dive Special-Attention'to Will Orders Study Does It Tour doctor of study in preparation 'for his .work. e feote years of study in preparation That- is why you gee .good' results Trhen you have 'your pre- scriptions ailed here. ALBEIITA DRUG CO. N "SPECIALISTS.; RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772: Start 191 1 Right You will find this soap leaves the skin in a soft, smooth "vel- vety _ VINOLIA PREMIER.SOAP VINOLIA LAUREL SOAP VINOLIA BABY'S SOAP Pnest.ha'rd water soap ry a box JACKSON (iOPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON A JACKSON SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. y f TO-DAY'S ARRIVALS YE11Y CHOICE good size, no bruised ones 2 HOT HOUSE and crisp, per Ib. SWEET Storage size, 3 Ibs. CLOVER-HILL C1IEA3IE11Y lbs.; KNEE HILL Ib. XA-VE'L juicy, per doz. 25c 35c 40c 50c THE COMPANY RETAIL FRUIT AND PHONE 523 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY 50C 25c 75c 350 CITY AXD DISTRICT 'tie BOOKS See our Book Window. Your choice 50 cents New Music 25 cents each 5 for FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNTON..BANK: PHONE 1265. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Fred Phall arrived home from east yesterday. Architect J as.-A. Macdonald, of Calgarv, is in the city on business !today." The Lethhridge Team-owners Asso- ciation meets tonight at .8 o'clock in the Brodie Block, Fourth Avenue. Im- portant business. J. S. Hoinian, secretary of the School. Board at Stirling, is in town for the day in connection with school j business. j H. A. Suggitt, oi Coaldale, has purchased one of the handsome j Model CadiLlac-30, autos, received the 'other day by T. S. Mackenzie. M. Freeman and P.. U. ilcLeod wrnt i to Edmonton yesterday andwill mob T j ably return on Monday.. N. T. '.Me. Leod has been in Edmonton since the 'first of the Today is Christmas 'day in the Greek Catholic church, consequently large number oi in the A.-: R. I. Co.'s niines. are "tak- ing a holiday., Gordon Way, of Fort- William. Ont., the.cemeut block iiiriu.s- try, arrived yesterday morning' :r-r a visit parents, Mr.; and Mrn. D.: H. Way., lie expects to reuia-n The new skating rink bridge is by the people of that part ot the cii y. There is a sheet of y.'.rm dressing rooms for ;ladies and men. -.William Henderson and Mrsi Hen- derson, of Sasaatdcn; are" here vis- itihg 'Mrs! Henderson's JMrs. j Georgei DNLYMED1C1NES This has been our rme for. near- ly quarter of a century. Please' Seep Dominion sta- have consideration for our' employees by making your ordinary purchases on days.- Please note change in Sunday and Hoi- iday hours. ii A.M. to 1 P.M. P.M: to 5 P.M. 8 P.M. to 9 P.M. For other urgent calls use phone .322-or Night Bell Family; and.Dispensing "Chemists Night and' Day. Telephones No. '-322 ,r' Night Bell on Front Door Bentley Co'y. Ltd. V P. Roy, here, and- Mrs. Roberts, of CouUs. ''_. v I The large electric .sigh on the Y.M Edmonton, cloudy C.A. was lit. u for the first. limfeasi .-Calgary, fair 1A. was lit. up for the first time lasi fair light. It. is eiainh-visible from many cloud? iprtifSns of and being high cloudy n the air and'the onlv; bright thino-t .-The weather.has been CLARESHOLMTO GET NEW STATION Town Constable Watched a Game of Poker- Other News Clareshoim, Ja'ii. 6. Claresholm school opened again Wednesday-after the with seven teachers, one extra Miss Waterman, of Alix. as assistant. to the principal. There pupils enrolled many promoted in 'the examinations held just before the holidays. Rev. P..Hen derson and J. Holden were elected new .trustees.. _ Carl Braren contemplates putting in a new brick front- in his clothing store soon as to .keep pace with the growth of thertown. Miss of Calgary, is-'visiting with her uncle, Mr. Bums, -east of town. City Policeman McCallum, after wit nes'sing a game of poker from roof, failed to act or-take steps to the', JTaj-pr Frost asked'the R.N.W.M.P. to suppress the was ia the recent raid, when y Mr.. Roberts got twn moaths at 'hard" labor; he being the principal actor .in" be- ing the first appearance oi gambling ia Claresholm speaks-Veil the town.--' One carload of the 'U.S.A.' bats pur- chased up north 0. A." Finstad, arrived are gobd oats, will do for seed and; cost about 42 cents per bushel heire- Januciry 7th Metis Clothing, Negligee Shirts, Hats, Caps, Ladies'Ready-to-Wear Coats, Skirts Waists, etc. Blankets, Comforters, Table Linens, Crockery, Tinware Ever tie a can to a dog See him go We've tied a -measly little price to our goods See them go! j in. the air and'the only; brig in its -immediate .vicinity-it; catches confusion has r'esiiltMl on ac- 36 8 36. IS 46, 2C .02 ____ The -weather has been very .cold .itches j Manitoba r! more-moderate in' Sas- COUnt _oE.'.tbe firc alarm .iueziu- the eye from almost in Albertai ?cai -wjfcjl the meal' hour ami r H.'Galvin, of th'e' eastern'' is quite i ?n issued making, a change Real Estate firm, returned Friday i stormy this .j of sounding the alarms.- FORECAST ;7Janitoba Light morning.from a three weeks', visit to Kansas. City aad other United States cities.: _ Plunkett Savage, wholesale fruit land produce dealers; have recently cics ed a contract. with ..the; of. the t Woods Milling of Winnipeg, to (handle exclusively two-of theit popu- lar brands-of the 5 Roses :mc -.1 HarTPst.Qiieen. -T- j' Citizens on Twelfth street, south. and aeighborhood, .say the I street lizhts in that of thn doing their duty: The Iowa-Alberta -Land' Co. .has se- snowfalls and decidedly cold. fair local show flurries.- j Messenger Service quick; message .and bag- gage 307 Crabb-St. 210-0 Phone" 632 Ponvr. transferred, removals, F.or sale piano cases, damaged in shipment. One Pianola ussu but a sfiort time." Mason have 'made an aliotment .of for a new tlnpot FQE.Clares- holm in'1911, the old'depot will be used for a dwelling; for Mr. Price, sec- tion foreman. A.. Stubbs. of" Claresholm.; col-, lector for the International .Co., is confined to his house with-an attack of The Old Wilkinson homestead, two miles south of town, sold.this week for 10 -per acre. Claresholrr. now has. a moving ture show weekly. A Ca'gary com- pany-are the operators.. Mr. and Mrs. John Smedstead re- ovcr the arrival of a new daugh- We carry everything hi We Jean offer you the advantages of having the largest stock of in Uf Southern Alberta LIIR1BER -FORMERLY SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER -Phone 454 curert the aeencv for'the Caie Vuto Risch Co-. Ltd., factory branch cu.ea .IRC Agency. ,or .We auto Lcthbridge, phone i J-' H. Piercc's rhildren arc all suf- 765. mobile, and expects on Monda.v. This is 'equipped the en- gine and is made in all'the popular models, one of xvhfch is a" torpedo roadster in ha-ttleship gray. 18-G A Far-Sighted Man i never puts off .till the last minute, things that he knows must he done. How about your farsightedness? Can't you see where you will have to do some firing up around the place before long, some repairs that will require some Then'why put it off? Why not come in and let us tell you the cost of the 'stuff you need next time you're in town? But whenever you buy, he sure and see us first, even if you have to drive out r of your way to get here. IT WILL P YOU IN DOLLARS AXD CENTS TO DO THIS, Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. J. Lillie, appraiser for the Phoenix of fTartford, ihe North American, the Yorkshire and the Fire' In- lev cardK k in th CITY AND ferine with bad colds and sore throat. Local Improvement District No. 5, east oi town, unanimously re-elects-d John Roberison president, on account oi his progressive good roads policy. F.' Iibckwood started to movfi We have added a -first-class baker to our staff, whose specialty is ENGLISH PASTRY -These lines: with all the other good things in bread, cakes, etc., will be sold at Sweitzer Bros.' old stand tn our store. We'rt'aut to .riake good in this line. ROCHON BROS. A dinner is being, tendered at tha vu Alexandra Cafe tonight to G.-N: 111-i his IS.vtO up-io-catc hen house from BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICECREAM. CAFE. tb Block 105S. Senator L. G. De Veber >s.s of his mother therp. norning. ocraior i. cr ue veocr loft' Jf proposed to. gatljcrins fors parliament at Ottawa, where he er residents of Kent County, England, probably remain next months. During his absence Dr. -I. H. Rivers will be associated with Dr. Campbell. Dr. Rivers' residence. phinc is number 1077. Of the seven enquiries received by Giilespic during the iasi; few days, for missing the chief says he has been able to 'answer sat- isfactorily all but one. He attributes this to the press, as in all cases thr; ingworth, by a number of friends' town to his recently purchased ranch.; on the occasion of his leaving Leth-l 12 miles west of town on sleds, but i bridge for the Bermuda "Islands. {the. chir.cok struck him when 5 miles Sergt.-Lamb, of the city police.' out and melted the snow so rabidly who was called cast to Kingston, i that it left him stranded at the Trout Ont.. a week or two ago.'.owing to; Creek bridge. He now has .to load it has purchased some cows and pigs and will go into dairying. Tom Ward, .of Saskatoon, was in town a few days purchasing horses! Thos. L. Ogilvie, (of Gleichen, is -........-----u. bere in charge of the shipment of who would care to take p'art arc in-: the horses from the 44 Ranch. Mr. vited to send their names to F. Robins, care of Quick Print. MUCH LAND TAKEN UP AT MEDICINE HAT Meaicine Hat, Jan. report of T. Ogilvie bought the whole bunch, 142 head, and will ship them to Gleichen. 'Miss Alice Harrison left for Nelson. B. where she-has a position in the General Hospital. C. II. Holrrcs, local manager of the Pioneer Lumber Co., spent New THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL largest jjotsL uto-c-ar meets ail trains. i usurious Lounge, iniegant bedrooms. vcellent Cafe. Airy and well ligbted sample roomi. H. Muvray, N. H: Murray supcrvlses a11 XProin-ietor. Ttocms en stiite irith priyate batbi. -.-j- A first class electric elevator. Rev. Peter Henderson, of tho Pres- family here at of Okotoks, has been as stci house and ACAOIA BLOCK NORTH K3. Limited .EAST 423. iaui man it ne ha'-e expectcil (jii jad it hron corrr.ctiy addre.ssr-d. {I -Joe whry wa__ bv Acting ncogr-gh-n last night trying to forcr; into the iso- lation TiorMvai, much to the terror of matron, apprarod a- the police- court this on a drunk and disorderly charge." Ke first of all t pleaded "not- when thp chief asked for a remand in order to bring witnesses he changed his pica, i His changeable mind him an PX- i tra two dollars, fnr the fixed ,the j Mrs. Sharpies, of'Trout Creek, is i in Calgary, where she is going to while ihere are many kicks ih itions, purchased mai! service in the west, it must have !su: hair-breed serin, 41; South African some good poiats. Ho reccr'c.-l'a lr- ins. ter from Great Rritfxin yesterday, a-1- dressrd Jo "Wil'iiain Street. britl.c not hein.c mentioned, and tct and the {otal amount of land he rot it alripM, only a nay or two f0r period ac- la'.rr than if he ha'-e expected' rcs- or over a thousand square miies.. v- -ess IT'Kilh bis 16; total, 320. j Fred Anderson, of the Claresholm j Dairy farm, went to Edmorjton to- rfav with several of his teams. He has a contract. with a coal companv masked there to haul coal troin the mine into of Engene j town. Jir. Anderson still has his -1, at Impaj. tonight and shot ar.d here and says Snnnv Encroaching Congregation That Caus- ed Annoyance 38 SEATS placed in the south aisle, to the annoy- 1N CHURCH ance Sir Oswald. The rector called: upon Sir OttraW to prove hi3 seats out of a total o! 380 in the church. A con- ference between the chancellor and j London, Jan. the baronet j counsel on the matter, together with exclusive yse of 72jthc resPctive yartles, took place, seats in the parisn churcliT'" 1.- resBK' !t was' agreed that MURDER JMPAY SALOON A dispute-on this question between j be sranted to Slr Oswa.Idllosley, of HoIIcston "olleston Hall, givins them i.. _ j ;tP.e CAClUSlVO USo Of 3S rmt nf 7? nf IBurton-on-Trent, and rne rector of e u cs ouc OI l" parish church, was settled at Lichffeldi scats the south aisle, Consistory Court ana nsht to erect monuments tss aisle. Sir Oswald applied for a faculty ap- propriating certain seats in the south aisic of the churcn. It was contend- ed that the aisle had been in the PIANOMAKER SUICIDES _lstowei. Ont., Jon. Dob- session of tfie family sScce 1615, about 25 yesrs of age, ,_ owner dead, and then shot his wife in She to be fat- fine Rt S5 an.i instead of injured. Tbc robbers took usual three and costs land escaped.' Southern Albetta beats them all. Geo. H. Carrey, of Xamafca, Alta.. manager of tie Xarnaka Farm Co.. jLtd., is in thev-ity today on business oi a general nal'fe. had been kept in constant repair from time to time various monuments nad been erected. Wnsn the Rev. and Hen. II. L. Tyr- whltt became rector and the congre- gation increased, and people were Piano factory, cut his throat with a razor home this afternoon. Xo hopes' of saving his life are held ont. He has a wife and one child. He had been ill and pcruJont. ;