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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IN LITHtNIOOl The Dallas Hotel It tht Beat 4. Most Place to SUy you want the Best Cooking Range that's the kind you. want when yon buy -you will get it in bur These ranges cook bake perfect- ly. The "Stewart" Range cooks, and hakes with small consumption of fuel. Every "Stewart" Range is guaranteed, absolutely, to1, give you perfect Service al- ways. The prices of "Stewkrt" Rknares are i quite as low as you can buy a first class range 'for. Don't experiment, buy the" guaranteed range. satisfaction and will more than convince you that we tell the truth. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. .Conron the Cob Very delicious. Really nicer than anything we have ever had before Put up in gallon tins, price, each 3 tins, price, each Libby's Asparagus Tips, very delicious, price, per tin Libby's Long White Asparagus, in large tins, price Libby's Happy Vale Asparagus, in large tins, price THE GOOD COMPANY 25c 35c 35c PHONE 525 AND RETAIL FRUIT AND HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY THE WEATHER Calgary, fair Lethbridge, clear 3tf I Edmonton, cloudy......... Very cold weather has continued all over the oraiiie provinces. Even the highest temperatures have been from 22 to 30 degrees below zero. FORECAST All. and continued extremely cold today and on Friday.: o. Wt to Mali tn 20 per cent, discount .foil all WALL PAPER and FANCY GOOlfe during Janu- ary. Must have room-far stock. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NIW 12M. 'AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDCRWOOO TYPEWRITERS Study Youi; doctor of study in preparation for his work. j f We de vote-years of study .ii preparation for our work. That -why you frt good wkW yoof PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. E. PUP LEY, MANAGER. For tkat loaf Get a bottle oa yw to H any Palatable Emulsion combined with of Una Soda. will find it bulldiDf tank and i Boeaatruekir. Oaaful H feronchiUt, and all Trtttiat dlnaaaa. Small alzc bvttla .....Me Large ____ ..ft-00 JACKSON OPE .1 SucMaaora JOHNtTOH A JACKSON. SHERLOCK t PHONE 12S2. A Far-Sighted Maii aever puts off till the last minute, things that he knows must be done. How-about your farsightedness! Can't you see wlicre yon will have to do some fixing up around the place before long, some'repairs that will require some lumber, Then -why put it not come in and let us tell you tHe cost of the stuff you need next time you're in town7 But whenever you buy, be sure and see us first, even if you have to drive out of your way to get here. IT WILL PAY YOU IK DOLLARS DO THIS. Rogen-Cmnrngtom Lumber Co. CITY .AND DISTRICT Wilson was elected chairman at the Medicine Hat School Board. Supervisor Saniom. ot the Medicine Htt schools, has resigned to accept an inspectorate. The Alberta club.of Calgtry will build a new club house. Medicine Hit Methodists were offer- ed for their church property, but refused it. The Iowa-Alberta Land Co. report tie sale of a 2-i section tract oi land near Calzary to an Iowa party today price S37.000. The congregational meeting to have. been held in Knqx: Presbyterian church last night has" been postponed _ one week until Wednesday night the i 18th. Alexander Calhpun, M. A., of Ot- tawa, distinguished Jor his knowledge of library organization, and his edu- cational record is to be the first li- brarian of the new-Calgary library. W. R. Brown arrived home .last night from a month's trip to St. Chicago, Toronto and Brock- ville. He was accirnpanicd upon his return by his AaR-jj laidc" Browi, who is eighty-five of of the-appointed .commit- tees for the Scandinavian Fraternal Society, was held last Sun- day afternoon K Woslyng's residence. 319 Thirteenth street, and a" mass meeting of all Scandinavians in Lethbridge is called for next Sat- urday evening; Jan.; at 8 o'clock at-Westminster Methodist-church, for the 'purpose of' final; organization anil election of officers, arid air Scandinav-- iaus are kindly asked to be present. The Manitoba Free Press in its column" Years re-prints salvage corps was organized Friday nisht in connec- tion with the fire brigade._ The. offi- cers am: R. R. Keith, captainc. T. F. Kirkham, 1st lieutenant i; U. Knight, 2nd lieutenarrfc. The T. F. Kirkham mentioned, lat- ter lived' in Lethbriilge .for many rears, until his death. Mrs. Kirk- ham and her sons. (Kirkham Bros., still live here. They hart: one of Mr. Kirkham's salvage corps bad-es yet in-their possession. District Deputy Supreme President F. Robins, left on this morning's train for Cowley to install the officers of the S. 0. E. Lodse there this ev- ening. President Robins during his visit to Cowley will ma're arransre- jrnents for the installation of the W Rose degree, in which it is expected tha.t several members of the Leth- bridge lodge will take part. On his return trip he will stop ofi at Pirich- i er Creek to address a meeting on Fri- I day night with a vie-w to inausjurat- the S.O.E. in that district Messrs. M. V. Freeman and N. T. SIcLeod returned last night from, stay in F.dmonton. of the curling outlook there, Mr. 3Ic- Lcod says that fully eighty rinks will be present on th? occasion of the an- nual bonspiel. which opens thrre on the 38th. rinks coming from Cal-ary, Nelson, Rossland, Winnipeg, all Crockery Glassware Dtnnerware Fine China Cut Glass Chamber Sets Brassware Glasses Jardinieres etc., cheapest at KIRKHAM BROS. 315 Crabb Street Phone 556 Dates For Annual Fair (Continued from front Balm is the greatest healer and protector of made. It is a combination, of sim- ple remedies properly-balanc- ed. This remedy has atood the test of time and is not -want- ing in any of the good points of a perfect skin lotion. 2o cents at Store B.D. Facxlly and DlspeDSipc Cbemista Night and Day Telephofie 322 Night Bell on Front Doer No. BUSINESS.LOCALS The most sensational bicycle riding ever experienced is on this" week at: the Eureka. Call the Lethbridge Mrssengrr Servici- for quick messasc and bag- ?kge delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 0-U-Rcka. All acts arrived and an- There was some discussion over the amount ot money that would be avail- able for the grounds this year, and what buildings could be erected. matter was to the grounds coniraittce working with the council's committee on the understanding that the .committee refer back to the direc- torvbcfore definite steps are'taKeu, The secretary read three communi- cations the city council regard- ing the handling of the grounds and all were ordered acted en in accord- ance with the'wishes of the council. Fairs Association The secretary was instructed to make arrangements for the enter- tainment of the Alberta Fairs Asso- ciation's annual convention here dur- ing .the first week of February. Get Out Prize List' It was decided that the prize list for the August fair should be got out as quickly as possible. It was men- tioned that in view" of the government giant of the value of the priz- es could be very much increased. The. secretary promised that with the co- operation of the chairmen of-the var-j ious committees, he would have the prize. list revised and ready for the printer in.about three weeks. Committees Named 'The following committees struck by the president were announced, the first-named of each being the chair- man Experiment Commit- j tec Fairf'eld, Nimmons,, [Whitney, Pajnuello. Wavs and Means, Grounds and Buildings Hatch, Fairfield, Easton and- Nimmons. Agricultural1 Hall and Exhibition Whitney, Oliver, Easton. Cattle, Sheep, and Swine: D, S. McCuaig, Vathorne, Burnett, Brodie. Domestic Products, Housework and Educational 'Burnett, Humphries, assisted by committee ot ladies ot their selection. Horse Exhibition Rodgers, Boyd, ulcCaugherty. Industrial: Oliver, Fairfield, Hum- phries. Poultry Hutton, Nimmons, Me- Adoo, Brodie. Institute and Entertainment: Bur- nett, Whitney, Hatch. Sporting; Events Boyd, NcCuaig, Pagnuello, Humphries. Parade G-. Houk. Indian Exhibit Department Easton McCnaig, Houk. Programme and retary iVIcNicol. There was some discussion as to whether it- was legal for- the Hon. President to be a member of a com- mittee, but a motion adopting the committees as struck, carried. The ways and means committee is j the one that will work on the grounds in conjunction with the city council, j Those present at the meeting were C. J. Eckstorm, Oeo. M. Hatch, W. II. Fairfield, A. E. Hum- phries, Robt. Nimmons, J. F. Rods- ers, J. Brodie, C. H. Vanhorne, FI. Boyd, D. J. Whitney, Oliver. Geo. Ho'ak, W. 0. Hutton, A. E. Easton and Secretary J. W. McNTicol. _ tho Alberta Saskatchewan points, other gocn snow was on last night th Lur: The Edmonton rinks thirteen sheets of the finest ice he ever saw: Curlers attending "the bonspiel en tfcp. 18th can travel half-fare by pett'ng a oneway ticket anil a receipt will be initialed by the secretary an1 u-jll be good for the return trip. the 1-ony repress; bazgagc ttawicrred, nr.jov.nls, C.OD SCHOONER STRANDED Atlantic City, Jan. Harold. B. Cousins. Capt. A. C. Wil- liams, with a crew of seven, of Port- land. Maine, bound from St. John, N. B. for Washington with a cargo of laths, is stranded deep in the sand off Banigate. life paving station. The crew of a life stood by the schoon- er all night, but attempts to get the men proved futile. It is feared the -will go to pieces. CITY MUCH SHAKEN St. PetersbuifT, Jan. MORNING POST ON TARIFF London, Jan. Morning Post dlscusing Prof. Kewsn's letter urges the tan-Kites to forego the minimum duty on colonlai products and to ad- vocate that the growing expenditure DO met hy the existing lood duties and further taxes. If home capital and emr-Ioyment are provided the1 Cana- dian grain, growers will he able to ful- fil tnclr side of the bargain. See Smedloy, that musical man, at fhe Eureka. Plays eight stringed in- struments at one time. Co'rJ weather does not seem to kccs the ihcatrc-gocrs fro-a the Eureka. [lion with Pnuhevalak, Russian Turke- i, islan- interrupted by the earthquake of -estabUshed to.ay. Knirhis of Pythias Hall. "'s Or- The 1S not damaged, chestra in attendance. Everybody is the northern shore of Lake Isul, the welcome. 26-1 lowest of Prazhevalak, is severely v A VP V The Bentiey Co y; Ltd GENTS FUR DEPARTMENT Cool isn't it Now is the time to secure a fur-lined coat at little above cost Genuine Mtisknii Lined Men's itaccoou 175 Heavy Skin 823 for Coats (Beaver and many other styles in tweeds and cheviot coats. Coats must be DRY GOODS IJEPT. DRESS GOODS All latest materials bought from best houses. SILKS A splendid selection of plain or figured silks in dress or waist lengths. TRIMMINGS Exquisite colorings and designs. i. O These to go at 20 p.c. off regular prices early and get your Takes the place of plaster. Can be put on in cold weather. Keeps out cold better than anything else. Phone 454 for further information Riverside 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 ROCHON BROS. BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. .CAFE. THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL and rotel. of the best N. II. Murray, Proprietor. uto-car meets all A- 7 uxurious Lounge. v.ilegant CaCe. iry and well lighted sample JA. H. Murray supervises all en suite with private A first class electric elevator. !shaken, and in that vicinity fifty per- NOKTH Limited The Po'iltry Show will closr- tomor- row nfieinion at thrrc o'clock. Ev- crv'rorl" ir invitprt lo attend. No ad- mission will bo charged. The inr.rral of Arnold the isons were killed. SUDDEN DEATH FOR Rfo Janerio. Jan. of jnth slrrat. north, tocJay's Journal do Commedcio, Jose yesterday afternoon. The Rev. A. A. CandWo, leader of that recent revolt Lytlc conducted the service ar.ti" in the navy and 44 other mutineers f-ncral was in charge of T- S. Have met sudden deaths, Candldo auc- terly. cumbed to gangrene while in i twenty-six of his associates' died of BANK CLEARINGS V i sunstroke -while engaged in repairing' _ la fortress on Cobras Island and 6KATING AT THE others were suflocated In TONIGHT jceils In tho priaon en VUlogano Js-i Iccsl clearing house reports th> bank for the week ending, Fct- as follows: j i 87.64S.32 a- 53.7S5.53} y S1.S30.0SJ j 55.991.28; AYE KNOWHOW TO MAKE ..GOOD BREAD If you phone 1027 will take pleasure in calhuj uroving this statement with a sample loaf of QUAKER BREAD GILMORE ;