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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 9 PftCEVSUt TO ALL TRAIN! f %Hotel Wiudwr 11.26 a Day The Let WHEN IN LCTHBNIDQt The Hotel A Most ConvtnicnJ to Stay When you want the Best Cooking Range that's the kind you want when you buy will get it in our STEWART RANGES These ranges cook thoroughly, bake perfect- ly. The "Stewart" Range cooks and bakes with small consumption'of fuel. vEvery "Stewart" Range is guaranteed, absolutely, to give you perfect service al- ways. The prices of "Stewart" Ranges are quite as low as 5rou can buy a first class rano'e Don't experiment, buy the guaranteed range. Your satisfaction and saving will more than convince you that- we tell the truth. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Phcne 762 P. O. Box 670 Wf Give Special Attention to Mall Orders WattPaper and Fancy Goods 20 per cent, discount on all WALL PAPER and lAXCT GOODS during Janu- ary. Alust have room for new spring stock. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1255. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Study Does It r doctor devotes years of study in preparation for his work. We devote years of study in preparation for our work. Teat is -R-hv you set good when yon. iave your pre- scriptions rilled here. ALBERTA DRUG GO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. 1. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 For tiat long standing yon. don't need to hare it aa-r loneer. Get a ooctle of ocr Palatable Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil combined Triti Hypophosplifte of Lime and Soda. Ton will find It i tissue building tome and recomtrnctor. Useful in bronchitis and zJI -srastiiiff diseases. Price Small size bottle p. 5QC Largt size, ccntainfng three si much "...V.Vl.CO JACKSON COPE PRESCP.1PTION DRUGGIST! to JOHNSTON 4 JACKSON. SHERLOCK SLOCK. PHONE 1232. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things that he knows must be done. How about 3rour farsightedness? Can't you see where yon 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 stuff you need next time you're in town? But whenever you buy, be sure and see ns first, even if you have to drive out of yonr way to get here. IT WILL PAY YOU DOLLARS AST) GENTS TO DO THIS. Rogers-Cimningliam Lumber Co. ACADfABLOCK NORTH 523, 423. When Buying Toilet Soaps The two principal points to consider are QUALITY'AND PRICE. We are in a position to give you both as we buy direct from thcMna.iiufactu rers. 'Look over the following assortment. mechanics, macbiuists, blacksmiths etc., large cakes, price 3 for ...............25c BENZO cakes for ..........25c Or per dozen OLD BROWN cakes for .......10c Or per dovteu ___.........................35C WHITE cake .....................gc Or pi-r dozen .............................5sc GLOBE cakes for ......25c cako.............'.....5c Or liti" PEARS, cake ...........15c VIOLET box, 8 cakes ...15c A FINE 3 or 4 varieties, 3 cakes to a bos. box BABY'S box, 3 cakes ...........35c PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE- HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY THE WEATHER .10 j Edmonton, cloudy. CaJgary, cloudy Lethbridge, snowhig... Winnipeg, fair The weather all over the prairie pro vinccs has been exiu-mely cold aud very stormy. Even the tem- peratures have beuu from 11 to 30 de- gree's below zero. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- and continued ex- cessively cold today and on Thursday. fair and verv cold, light local snow in the southern por- tion. CITY AND DISTRICT There were two rrails from the north and west this morning. His Honor Judge Roland Winter, of Calgary, is in town today. Wanted" reads the bulle- tin board at the post office this "mom A. Huestis has talien out .a permit for a dwelling oa 20vh St., N., to cost Miles Parks, the well known farmer of Optic, died recently at Kendrick, Idaho. The geineral meeting -f tiic V. C. A. will be held on Jaii 19. W. R. Hull, of Caigarv, ansl p. W j Gillies, oi the tame are in tL< city today on business. I The Alberta Linseed Co., capitalized V at will locate at Medicine Hat and build a there. Immigration A. 7-j Muiu- is planning leave of! 'absence for a month nr f.-.o V ana spending the loU'lay" i-.' 'the ci j The semi-annual meeting oi! the Caledonian Society will he hela i on Thursday evening at S.30 in the I Caledonian Hall. A full turn-cut is requested. I .The St. Andrew's church choir will z social in Reding's hall; North Lethbridge, tomorrow evening. Every- one is invited to'come and the [music, and Karaes. At Monday's meeting of the Re- tail Clerks Union Mr. R. J. Baldry, the president, presented E. Tabrum, i secretary, on behalf of. the union with i a handsome solid maTiogany rocking i chair, neon antique lines. This j is the union's wedding gift to Tabrum. Rev. Saaford Marshall, B.A., B.D.. of Centenary Church. Hamilton, has accepted an invitation to become pas- tor of Central Methodist church, Cal- gary, succeeding Rev. G. W. Kerby, who has resigned to become principal of Mount Royal College. The change talres place in June. Walter T. Holt, of Winnipeg, and j brother of W. H. Holt .and A. W. Holt {the well known contractors and build- I T l'ers, i-as come to Lethbridge to live. JJJQJ I Mr. Holt arrived some days ago. and Mrs. Holr and the family came today. The police been called on to in- vestigate two or three cases oi sup- i posed poverty and so forth during the j last two days, but in. only one casR was it fotfhd necessary for the city to supply any fuel, and in no case was iny food required. t C. R. Wiikes, the physica-1 director the Y.M.C.A., announces the fol- i lowing classes to be held during th remainder of the week Gymnasium Crockery Glassware Dinnerware Fine China Cut Glass Chamber Sets Brassware Glasses Jardinieres etc., cheapest at KIRKHAM BS 315 Crabb Street Phone 556 CITY AND DISTRICT Hall, of Taber, is in The Agricultural Society directors Charles B. totiay. THE CAUSE..OF A COLD Or coush, be traced. It is sufficient, how- eYer, to Know that you have one and ousht to rid of -it "Great Oaks from -Little Acorns Grow" arid too fre- quently a slight cough today -is worse _ Rcxall Cherry Juice Cougli Synip is the best insurance in the Price 25c at Store Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. W. G. JlacKenzie, of the law firm i of Conybcarc, Church and Mackenzie, 'oi is in town today. A. E. Ives sold a loot lot on Duf ferin street, block yesterday for a price oi oVur per front foot. Dr. P. M. Campbell was in Calgary yesterday on professional business. Mayor Adams ha's been busy the last two days signing the worth of local improvement cleuen.- j tures, which arrived from the ers in the east a day or two ago. Just getting his list in, so to speaa. j E. E. Jones, formerly discount clerk j of tat Merchants BanK, who has been spending the holidays in the east, will j not return to the siafl, but will en- j gage in the mercantile business in Montreal. He is succcedi-d at the, Ban.i by H. E. Francis. Const. Geogeghan was called upon' this morning to. seize the stock- in; trade, .fixtures and so. forth in the Oddfellows Block formerly owned by Coiaiaz Bros. Tht- store has bem changing hands somewhat of late and the seizure was made in connection with a rent dispute, at the of and Tilloy, lea-sees. About half the contf-nts had removed the seizure was made. The committee appointed to arrange. for a general for the further- ance of the Boy Scout IUOVCIIK will meet en 1'iiiirsaay even ng, at t o'clock, at the Y.ii.O.A. rooms to complete ariangcments for the meet- ing. The coraauttee consists of W. A. Hamilton, E. M. Thoniasson, M. K. Kaake, Arthur Fisk, and C. E. Mitfonl. It 'is expected that- the gen- eral meeting will fae held about Tluirs day of next week. The Lethbridge Choral club will hold its regular 'practice in St. Aug- ustin's Parish hall on Thursday even- ing. Special arrangements have been made for heating the hall, so that comfort is guaranteed all who attend. The officers and director especially de- sire that every member of the club- old and and all who may be mu- sically inclined, should be present. Ex- tra effort is, now being put forth to bring on the concert in "the Majestic Theatre, preparatory to' taking up and continuing work: on "The Mes- siah." There is plenty of music on hand for all who may attend. Amone the selections now rehearsed are tbf following "Scots Wha1 "Ye Banks arxl Braes o' Bonnie "The Sea Hath its Pearls." "Hymn to "By Bab'lon's "The Ballad of the herdown." The last named by Rud- yanl "The Ballad of the is a complete show in itself, and causes no end of merri- ment and fun. while it' keeps the sing- ers" well occupied for about twenty minutes. A splendid new Gour'ay piano has brrn placed in the hall for LOCALS and swimming, business men, Wednes- day. p.m.; seniors, (young i Wednesday, p.m.1; intt (1-f to 17 Friday, juniors, Thursday, 5.30 p.m.j Saturday, juniors, 10-11 n.- me intermediates, p.m.; seniors. p.m. A radiator in the police station froze last night. The officer in j charge could not. understand why no j heat was coming to thc police sta- Pictures change tonight. All acts and haKgage arrived. Get busy. A big show loniahi at the Eureka. the use of tht ora club. RIOTING IN WALES Cardiff, Wales. .Ian. jments of troops and police are now on _. IIU O-0-O-V.Tiat do you think-? That .'the way to the mines at GHHach and! C.P.R. arrived at last. All acts and.Goch to suppress the renewed rioting in. A big show at the Eu- reka tonight. Call Gnu, the Mrssenjjpr Servici-. for r.uick mc-SFage and bag- gage delivery. Office 307' Crabb St. 210-0 there between the striking miners and the strikebreakers. Strikers attacked the collieries to- day, anfi after a hard fight, in wbicb pistols, clubs and stones were used, H. E. Ma-thews, an expert pia tuner, from the Piano j sncccodel in driving the workmen froin thc mines. A number of persons tion although all the radiators were Music Co.. will be in Lcchbrislre for turned on. The plumber this rrorning discovered that steam had hren turned o5i iroTO police station in the boiler rcom of thc city hall, in order to divert heat a date as r< to other pnrts of the building. KR-; 632 s'Jlt, a fro7.en radiator and a fioodstS transferred, outer office when the Ite'anV was "turn-1 ed on this nibrninc. in a days, 5nd those desirous oi thr. ing their pianos put info good shaoe do wrll 10 notify Mr. Mathpws at the Hold, at as early were severely injured. 25-1 removals, coal. C.O.D. Suits and masks for the ir CAHD OF THANKS Mrs. A. C. Jaycocks, Of Lost withes to her many friends for thc kind sympathy shown her in her recent brt hall. 1 J-..T fSTTT T J O The funeral o! the late "William Flerajball toruornnv night can ht had from j I TA K I i who died so suddenly on Sunday Gus evening last, win take place from Fet-j terly'.s undertaking parlors tomorrow} a'lemoon at two o'clock: The funeral! will be conducted by Lethbridge Lod20j 30, and A. M., of which de-j I ceased was a charter member. in the K. AA ij s. Mair. _Coutts, canv, in fiorr. the1 tbf at that hour. SKATING AT THE !4- TONIGHT T n i n J lighted with the snow arid invited to meet with Lethbridge Lodge: it WOJJid only lie until sprir.g Jor the j benefit of the winter wheat. j _ A lad who ha.i walked from 6t.affor.'Ivilie to :he post ofncrr sex-n to have almcr.t half of c! {rost'eu. Someone Tfho uoticH promptly rubbed the bantl with the frost was which must be iu tonight. T 'but suffered agony i r T in the operation. The rinks for thc local curl- iriir ti-ill be ailed to- r.ight ai six o'clock anci the riraw wiil he madft f.oon aiter. H is proposed lo a series oi knooc-out it is that everyone who in- tends to curl ihis winter will sw that his occurs on some one of the rinks. R. R. Davidson, .secretary of the bon- spiel, will receive the entries, The Bentley Ltd. GENTS FUR DEPARTMENT Cool isn't it Now is the time to secure a fur-lined coat at little above cost Genuine Muskrht Men's Knccoon Heavy Skin for Vl8.50 Fur Coilnrcd Coats (Beaver for and many other styles in t weeds and cheviot coals. Coats must be DRY GOODS DEPT. DRESS GOODS All latest materials, bought i'rom best-houses SILKS A splendid selection of plain or figured silks in dress or waist lengths, TRIMMINGS Exquisite colorings and designs. These to.go at 20.p.c. off regular prices early and get your If ifs anything in Material we have it We Have the Best Material and Sell at the Best Prices Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta Our new Bakery Department is making a reputation French and English Pastry a specialty ROGHON BROS. BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. CAFE. THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL newest and largest Hotel. ]verythins the best T TT Afiif-o ITilii. i tl Proprietor. A uto-car meets all trains. i usurious Lounge. JL< rrlcgant bedrooms. "Vcellent Cafe. and well lighted sample V H. Murray supervises all it. en suite with private A first class electric elevator. tYE KNOW HOW TO MAKE GOOD BREAD If yon phone 1027 we will take pleasure in calling and proving this statement with a sample loaf of VAKER BREAD GILMORE ;