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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta t v sffV, v rdfV Mlftf BUB TO ALL TMAINB Windsor The Lethbridge Daily ...r B WMtN II f >ilUx Uotel m MT When you want the Best tliat's the kind yo.ii want wteii you buy you will get it in our These ranges cook thoroughly, Lake perfect- ly. The "Stewart" Range cooks: and Lakes with small consumption of :fuel. ;V; Every EangC: is guaranteed, absoluteljv to give you perfect; service al- :vrv The prices of Ganges are ijuite as low as you can a first class range Don't experiment, -buy tlie- .guaranteed range.: Your satisfaction and will more than convince you that we tell the truth. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. P.O. Box apeclnl AtUfrtloi to Mil! See (HIT Batik Window. Yoiir 'U 50 cents 25 emits each (FIRST DOOn WE8TOF UNION iANK. PHONE VAGENT5 FOR EMPIRE ;AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS :v-V Study Dties It Your doctor- devotes -years 6f stitdy in y jBarsTbl- stufly scriptlpns filled reolts wheniyou have your pfe- PRESCRIPTION R1PLEY, MANAGER; :VV PHONE 772 v' OET A BOX OF TINQLIA SOAP Tou will find this soap leatM tiie.sltin In a soft, smooth, vel- Vety VINOUA.PREMIER SOAP....................... 35c a box VINOLIA LAUREL SOAP 35c a box VJNOLIA BABY'S 35c a box VINOLIA WHITE COAL TAR finest hard water soaj? made, Try It a 'box JACKSON SHERLOCK BLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON JACKSON. PHONE 1232. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the .last minute, things t v3 that he knows must Ve done. How about your farsightedness 1' Can't you see where you will have to do some fixing up around the place before long, some repairs that will require some lumber, Then why put it off! Why not come in and let us tell you the cost of the stuff j-ou need next time you'Ve in townl But whenever you buy, be sure and see" us even if you have to drive out of your way to get here. IT WILL PAT YOU IN DOLLAES AtfD CENTS TO In Italian Put up jn: 1 it; and 2 11) tins! All ready for All you need to do is td heat the tin before opening. Siteh goods as 'these .1 fc. need only lobe fried once and t-liey .will be used regularly-. Price Ib. tin Price per 2 Ib. tin .Each THE AND. RETAIL FRUiT AND PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy j Calgary, cloudy I Lethbridge, snowing'.-.. 30 .O'fi I Winnipeg, cloudy .2 i The weather all over the prairie provinces has been very coldr, -snow has fallen in nearly all districts, and this, morning high winds and very stormy conditions prevail.. FORECAST.: Manitoba, and Sas- katchewan northeasterly winds, very cold, with light or mod- erate snowfalls. cold and mostly lair. but light local" snow falls.. BUSINESS LOCALS Complete change Eureka to- night. All "new.people. Hurry.. Call: the Lelnbridge Messenger Service' for quic-li. "message; and bag- gage deliyerv." "Office St.' 210-0 0-U-Kefra. Another strong, bill this week. The r Renallos, sensational bicyclists. Geo. SmedJey, in a musical novelty act, and "feet up moving pictures. Ptibne C32 pony. Express; baggage trauiferred, removals, coal. .C.O'ID.-.'. aos-n For sale "cheap, two cases damaged in shipment. Qm> anola used but "a ll'ason' Risen Piano Co.-, Ltd., factory Branch' Conservatory" Lethbridge, phone 765.-' 18-G .The semi-annual.general meeting q[ tlie Lethbridge Caledonian' Society will he held IB. the Caledonian Hall on Thursday evening- Jan.: 12th. j ElectiQii, of ofikers and 'other busi- j ness. All members requested :to be present.' v Chamois Vests and Protectors Jiist the' thing to beat out .the c-old Ti'inds. i They are.-made in different sizes, and "well fitting. J, 6. Hfginbotham; 4: hare a full range at different prices, 56. IN 111 tf Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Coats, Skirts Start Family .and IJIgpensina: Chemlsti CITY DISTKICT .JT, R. Milligan, Purple is in town tridayV H. Galvin, of GalviQ is 'PJc'chfir'.City today. McLepd returned ffoni Edmbn ton iast night. J. JfcNicol spent yesterday v in W. who -has been in Cards- ton for the last- two days, returned Saturday. "The of the Caledonian Society will be held oo Thursday evening... .AVfull attend- ancc is reducsted: -322 Night EeiUon FVoni D ANNUM, SUPPER and Speech- 35- by Members arid J The, annual the branch m .the. -crapnical Union, No.-551, .was held on Saturday.night Vt tie :Labor Hail, (The supper'was supplied by Lad- of St. Cyprtan's ;church and waf "P -to periect on. When the viands hadbjeen J. B. Kelsey, the j president of the union, who hai grac- ed the htad of the" table, -ai.ed-S.'.w; Gbicngo, Jan. More. Staces senators, Crawford ot Soutk Dakota, Dixon of Montana, and Stone ol flit flght to force a; fair inquiry into the Lorinatr. ,case. of will the whitewashing nad .Senator Bufton of Oh.o ,'will makt a 'speech in opposition to the Illiaoisaa. .'UT.hese men, will join with 'Senator Borah of Idaho in opposing'the adop- tion oiV the. .-report .-of; the commit tec which chrajed Loriatr of the that -'corruption" :was usW, ia .his eltc- tion. Besides theae- Senators Diek and Burton i of Ohio. >ire r known.: to., planning a fight nfaiBstithe report.on the floor 'bt v Kerr, of the Golden West w-ho send out was humorr Kealty Co., is Taber toda-y on pusly proposed .by business at the and responded to 0. D. ed coal mine, which the Golden .West Austin of "the Herald, L. of Co. is" operating. He -will be back the News, and H. A. R. Macdonalrt tonight. :i of the-Courier. The toast "to -Other The new Court House, at "the corner' Unions brought replies from, Messrs. of Fourth avenue and SixtlTstreet is Bennett of the Bartenders Union, and completed and only awaits the arriv- Filnwr of the Brewery Wor'-'ers. 1st al of the furniture for the various .the: absence of Dora1 d McXabb, the rooms and offices before being ready -President of the i Trades and. iLahor for use. .j.Council, the toast to Organized Lab- Judge Winter, of the District or by Tuckr who has completely' recovered from l ne lo. .Utf. btoujtht his recent illness, will be down from ?n eloquent and interesting Canary On Wednesday t0 take several reminiscences irom t. HaK- elections for trial; which "are Bftkeiy making a 'Vi, l and foiisjli Paste s BAKERY. CONMCTIONIRY. ICE CREAM. CAFE, Rogers-Conningham Lumber Co. NOfTTH Limited 423. ing attention Waryl FakAiVosik, for imbibing .too freely on Saturday "evening, swelled f psrtment .toasted brining replies the city treasury for the usual amount jrorn p .--Rob ins-of the dcrson, Hooker and were much this morning. The only other matter i Printt and E Ha ell The necessitating 01 M.igis-jter ken compiimctttary toast trate Ball at.police court this rnorn- in ing was a wage case, which was quicUy. were g'vcn-br Messis.- Ch.ndler, 'But- is. MacArthur, a fanner of- Bow Kclsey, Faunch, Halvcrson, Island, is in the city today. to the Herald, he says that the win-t ter wheat, of which there is much in his neighborhood, is goinoc through the wintrr well. 'The farmers, however, would be more pleased if the wind did not and drift the snow quite Mary Elizabeth Crabb, infant tor of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crabb. There members of the con- ference assembled in-tbr office of. the departmrat .to the nf- ictiators, Aadtrhon. ell. George Thompson proposed th> B' toast to the ioreiiien, which was suit- s-; acknowledged :bv tficholsoa Misifter of finance, Hon. and S. W. TuckwelL The Job Wm- of Inr Canada aitd Secretary KBOX durations, are ttet tbt will consume at least n rbere is an fuantitv of j detail lo be considered and During the evening musical numbers of win rubjcctei to var- ious, lines likely le be aRected by aay B- HOTEL 1 uio-car all U' .fiurioui bedrooica. iry and w rrowietor nocan wtth A first class 11 or fiW at her parents' ho neV 1251 Artrylc Ave., The fun- er.i) was hold irom ih this tcmoon 2.30 Rev.. Mr: Shearer officiating. Interment will be rmde in thr yublic. rtmstery and is in charge of R.'G. Add son. SENATOF? i IS ins, Va., Jan. late Senator Klkins WES :e for probate The Dav- Trust Company, Davis Eteins. and if'pen1 B. Elkins, are. >s -curors. Tne vaine of tfie er.tnre Is d to bp'ljeiween and SKATING AT THE TONIGHT RINK FASRBANKS -BROKER AT Uuelpn, Ont, Jan. AJsxau- Cer Bruce, a brofcer Trom-FsIrbMltf, Alaska, died in the af- ter undergolr. 5' an opemtion; fctd come east on a .Cttriatmas'xiaft W old bcine WM lU, changes is the "istorns-tetisB will try to cover this mass detail one. There, is urg nt B-rrd of he by the uresemt is invariably'lie cane.In the lot.Ation of s trflnty, the pariiciptnls are tour.rJ TO sccreey. It that Ihirt will it in ax a" the a! artotintions, 10 MJI in licht M' IT gone at' Ottawa, and' ihV'pufclic tions bv Sir Wilfrid Lauritr, be predjcted ifcni" rtiwlt- froth tie -prtsw; not he wbat mnv" Vs a jcnetml be elyfcttd at Dos o( ia a SM ews From Now On tve will have something interesting h say to you every day. Watch us Our Phim No. is 1027 ;