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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOi HUNTING i HERALD lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACt TO STAY IhN to H til HUM Wi NfeVrto-, i SfSV- HEATERS WE HAVE ONLY A FEW LEFT 11 in. Bonny Oaks .13 8.00 15 11.00 17 14.00 Others at practically as Low Prices "Mai] Orders Receive Prompt Attention" The HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET PHONE 62 P.O. BOX 670 We carry a full line of the McKanley Music at the a- bove price. All the latest music at 2oc each. Phono- graphs and Records. I ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st.Her West of Uiioi Bink Phone 261 Agents 1or Underwood Typewriters. THE FIRST. SNEEZE is a warning note. Its a signal for a dose of Dr. Booth's Laxative Cold Cure If you answer promptly with a dose yon need never iear any ill effects from grip, colds, iafluenze, or fever. Price 25c. lUfcerta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists i I. HUH, Mgr. LETIIIIIBCf The Bridge at Lethbridge Is not an experiment Neither is the formula for Mellow Balm We do not hesitate in say- ing that this preparation is an ideal one for curing chapped face and hands and all skin roughness. This formula has stood the test of years and has not been found wanting in any particular. Price 25c per bottle -AT- Family' a nd Dispensing- Chemists T lephone The Store of Quality Another Shipment Ontario Apples Barrels and Boxes PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CO. j Tie Only UIIQH Store ii the City Wonderful! Startling! Mystifying} LYCEUM Theatre Phone, Manager's Residence, 320 STRICTLY UNION THEATRE THE WEATHER. Idmonton, clear..... ..10 .2 "algary, fair 10 .2 ethbridge, cloudy___.... 10 .4 etf. cloudy .2 .6 nnipeg, fair..........10 -.28 The weather has turned milder in Uberta and Saskatchewan, -with some ght; local snowfalls. In Manitoba t -has been very but tempera- tures have also risen somewhat. and Saskatch- snowfalls. "Wednesday, wrtkerly winds and colder again. winds and cold- r again. KENDALL'S AUTO GIRL Is she Alive or is she a Wax Figure? Guess and then Guess Again REDWOOD GORDON Singers and Instrumentalists. Refined Entertainers BEN MORTON Lightning Clay Modeler and Cartoonist 3000 Feet Pictures Two Porfornunces, 7.45 and 9.20 I KEEP WARM Get a Pair of Our Felt-Lined Shoes NELSON GOW r f down, balance of in 12 months, buys a 27 ft. lot on Ashmead Stt close to Courtland ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK Admission 15c and 25c I -BIRTHS. At on Janu- llth, to Sir. and Mrs. John -'IVIshart, a son. CITY AND DISTRICT J. Mercer f of Pincher Creek Is stay- ing in the city on. business. The Spalding Bros, will keep you laughing at the Eureka tonight. "W. Blenner Hassett is on a business trip to Winnipeg. Watch, the Foot Toggery window tor the Auto Girl tomorrow. S Tonight a special meeting of the city council will he held to pass im- portant business items. Dont fail to see the Plum Tree Girl at the Eureka. A. 0. Genest of the C.P.R.. store department, Winnipeg, is spending the day in the city. Ed. J. Wood of Cardston, Presi- dent of the Alberta' Stake of the Mor mon Church, is at present making vi. sits in this district. Jas. Olquist, "Mayor of Bow Is- land is paying- a visit to friends in the city. F. A. Rees came in last evening ftom Winnipeg and is spending a day or so in town. The masquerade ball at Monarch THE BOARD THAT WALKS right into your good opinion is the one you get here. It will work up so easfly and perfectly into the use to you intend it. Tell us what propose to do, and we will sup- -ply you with THE BEST LUMBER FOR THE 7 PURPOSE. We are just as particular to yon the light lumber as good lumber We do not send you rough boards for in- side, work, nor do we coax you to buy 'fancy finished stuff to fix up a hen -coop or a dog house. We supply you JjhVkind'you ought to have whether are an expert or not. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber 23 and 123 was postponed from last Friday un- -til Friday of this week, A special general meeting of the Board of Trade will be held in the Board of Trade rooms tonight. The Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. have opened -a lumber yard at Bow Island with W. H. Johnston in charge. The business dates from the beginning of the year. Some pei-sons say that Mr. Kendall would not show the Auto Girl in broad daylight. He has accepted the challenge and will place her on exhi- bition tomorrow and on other days in. the Foot Toggery window, Round St. Get busy. CITY AND DISTRICT. The Auto Girl to be seen tomorrow n the FooKToggery window. A special; meeting oi the School card meets tonight in. the Pria- pal's room at Central School, to iscuss business matters arising from the supply committee's report which is to be submitted. H. W. 3Ieech of the city engineer's office is today going- to Calgary. 3Vlr. XTeech is preparing an extended aud detailed plan of the city and goes to consult archives and drawings which are under the care of the Hegistrar at Calgary. Hear Miss Hardie Langdon's song and whistle it the Eureka. itrs. T. UcKabb, whilst going about the usual duties of the household yes- terday was taken very seriously ill. Three physicians were consulted, who were able to relieve the great pain, bur as yet have been unable to diag- nose the case. W. Barclay of the Claresholm Grain and Lumber.'Company, is In tht city. Inspector TTest of the B.IS'.W.M.P., is quarantined and cannot leave Big j house on account of an illness in the family, one of the children being down with the measles. Its the real or at the Lyceum. Stratford Beacon: Mr. Andrew Til- ley, formerly of Stratford, was mar- ried recently in Lethbridge to Miss Grace McEwen. Mr, and TUley arrived, iii the city on Friday and are spending a few days -with Mr. and Mxs. E. T. Burton. The Gymnasium class of the Y.M.C. started again last night-after a'few- days "off" on account of a leakage in the hot water plant, caused by the extreme cold weather. The boys are requested to be on hand for business tonight at the regular class hours. The executive of the Y. M. C. met on Monday evening to arrange details for the concert to be'held .Tan. 28th. R. Jf. McLean was appointed secre- tary in place of B. L. Cope, resigned. An interesting meeting is expected at CITY AND DISTRICT. E. A. McCrea and F. H. Bremner came with, the hockey team last night from. Macleod. Last night the Young People's So- ciety of the Baptist Church, elected j office-bearers for the present year. Mr. Collier was appointed president, Ben Snyder, Vice President; Stanley Stephens, Secretary McDon-j treasurer. The society will meet as usual on Monday evenings. On Saturday Magistrate Howard received information -that F. Forn- feast, living- about thirtj'-five miles east of Coutts, was in possession of a yearling unlawfully killed.. The E.N, j W.M.P. sent out a representative to make when such was found to be the case. Fornfeast was ar- rested- and brought" to Lethbridge Bar racks where he is now awaiting trial. H. Galer. president of the Royal Collieries Ltd., is in the city today attending- a meeting of the Western Coal Operators' Association. Mr. G-aler drove out to the mines yester- day and is very well pleased with the progress made.; The work of devel- opment has been completed, the spur has been in some time, and shipments are made regularly. The company would like to the services of twenty-five more min- ers at once. D, McPhee, formerly of the Coleman iVTerchantile Co. has op- ened a general store at Royal City. In the spring the company will great- ly increase the output. Labor Bulletin Circulating Library In Temple. Open afternoons 4-6; evenings after Feb. I. Library membership 50c, which includes .6 300 books to arrive; 100 now in. Watch our Ad OnWednesday Special Removal Sale Thursday and Friday THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone IS. Snap Three lots on Westmin- 11 ster Road in block 95 f each, terms Skeith Tilley Phone 197 Whitney Block AND DISTRICT. His Honor Judge Stuart is in. the city today. In. connection with the confirmation of the 'arrears of taxes for local-improvements. The annual meeting of the Leth- bridge and Cardston district- -of the Alberta School Association will be held in the Baptist Church, in this city tonight at 8 o'clock. Mr. Stu- art General Secretary, of Okotoks and Eev. J. M. Harrison will deliver, addresses rand business fn connected with Sunday School work will be transacted. Bargain Lots on Coutts St., close Central School Each R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Cohalt ore shipments totalled pounds. last week CARD OF THANKS. Mr. and Mrs, C. Tarifel take this opportunity of thanking their many friends for their'very liberal aid and sympathy extended in their late be- reavement of their little eighteen old boy. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION FOH excellent furnished rooms, each suitable for two people; the house is strictly modem in every particular. Those wishing board ap- piy 425 Bartlett St. 26-3 gauatlet; between South- ard's store and Whitney's livery. Finder kindly leave at Herald. 26-6 BOABDERS WANTED Koorn and board, per "week; a house; also two unfurnished rooms to rent. 526 Bartlett St. 26-1 CORNER LOTS Two lots on Baroness Ed., not faffrom depot Good Business Site i i Will Handle L S.RIPLEY! TELEPHONE 294 Offices Hacdonald Block BIG SENSATION At the Lyceum Last Night. Kendall's Auto Girl mystified the public. last night, and" no one was sure she was alive or a me- chanical doll. Mr. Kendall's meth- od of working down among the auiHence with the figure keeps you guessing. Keclwood- and Gordon -were exceptionally good, in the sing- ing and instrumental -work; as was Ben Horton, the' lightning clay mo- deler. More will he said, on these acts tomorrow. 1 the Mock Parliament on Thursday evening-. All the members should be on hand. Everyone says the program at the Eureka this week cannot be beat Per 3 Cent Off Business and Trades- men's Blank Books thete out J- J. Johnston Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- You Never Saw A Saw That" Saws As Our Saws Saw Atkins Silver Steel Saws StaffonMpew Co, "If Yov Lin Out of Town wrtte Ui DON'T OVERLOOK THE BIG WHITE WEAR SALE NOW ON The prices quoted in Saturday's paper were so attractive that we have been kept busy waiting on our customers. We still have some splendid bargains left, aud urge you to make your pur- chase at once if you desire White Wear of any kind. The lines left are fairly well assorted, and you should have no difficulty in making suitable selections. And the prices are away below cost in many instances. Don't put this opportunity off but come in tomorrow prepared to secure one of the best bargains you ever obtained in White Wear. HUDSON'S BAY CO. ;