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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MNEST JOI MINTING AT THE HERALD TE e THE PLACE TO STAY MM fc MUM HOTf HEATERS WE HAVE ONLY A FEW LEFT 11 in. Bonny Oaks !3 8.00 11.00 17 14.00 Others at practically as Low Prices "Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention" The HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET PHONE 62 P.O. BOX 670 The Store of Quality Just received a fresh supply of New Dates in bulk Remember yon can buy CROCKERY from us at cost until B'eb. 1st. PHONE 21 G. BMOBEEfi CO. Tits Only iiliOM Store !n the Ciij I Writing Papers In tablets or in the sheets. Eaton Hmiburt's f me note papers put up in pound packages, assorted colois, 50e a pound. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STOKE 1st fetf Vest of MOB Ink Phoni 261 fcr Underwood Typewriters. I Need Of Medicine is a pressing need, and should only be procured accurate, conscien- tious work is the rule. We are accurate and con- scientious in our work, and use only ingredients oi test- ed and proven worth. PHOTOGRAPHY THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear.......20 Calgary, fair.........10 Lethbridge, fair.......7 j Medicine- Hat, clear .....10 Winnipeg, clear .02 .2 The weather throughout the Prairie Provinces has been fine and very cold, cold wave having en- tered Alberta from the north. winds, ond continuing extremely cold today and Friday. Macdonald's JANUARY SALE com- with is a pastime. It i? J bination of science- pleasure. Now that the long winter has set in what- do you do in your spare time? If you want something to occupy your hours off buy a Kodak from Higinbotham's; take up the easy- art of mak- ing pictures. We will help you by stock- ing fresh materials made by the best manufacturers, and endeavor to keep only those goods that amateurs can profitably use. J.O. Higinbotliaifl8Co.Ltd. Family and Dispensing Chemists Tlephoe li Prescription Specialists I I. VLB, tyr. lETfilliBGE v E. C. Waste has returned to the city and began her music teach- ing again. Her address is Mrs. Rob- erton's, Crabb St. CITY AND DISTRICT. Election of officers at the Trades ami Labor Council -meeting tonight. R. P. Wallace of Taber. is in the city today on. business. W. Bruce of Coleridge, is spending a day or so in the city. E. Ardeil. of G-ranum, is a visitor in the city today. D. Burton with wife and four chil- dren, came in from Cranbrook last night on their way east. No mail from the east and none ex- pected today, the lines being blocked by the wreck. P. D. Echlin of Kecwatin, has chased 23" lots in Duff Addition through Skeith Tilley. This prop- erty is selling very rapidly, and some very choice residential sites can be had at a very small figure. The following officers were installed for the Knights of Pythias by D. G. C. Davis last evening: C. F, P. Cony beare. P. C.; A. IT. Ritchie, C. G. JT. Hatch, V. C.; R. D. Robson, M. of W.; 31. Johnston, M. of E.; M. R. Cooper, K. of R- and S.; A. W. Roy, Inside Guard; Gus. STeidig, Out- side Guard: S. G. Davis, Master-at- Arms. The Intermediate Hockey team 'save for Macleod and Pincher Creek tomor- row where they will play tomorrow ev ening and Saturday afternoon. The following 'will be the line-up: Goal, Bradbeer; point, Callahan; c.-point, C. Devine; rover, B. Davies; centre. S. McGuire; r. wing. W. Sinclair; 1. wing, B. McKay. the Eureka tonight. Something still j Miss Hardie Langdon has some- better, thing new again tonight. Don't, miss The Calgary News says that W. A. it. Carson will be a railway candidate j Rev. Martin Bergh, Calgary, arnv- at the coming elections in Calgary. cd in the city this morning In the in- CITY AND DISTRICT This district should have an excel- lent showing at the seed fair. The annual poultry show will be held on Feb. 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Mrs. Nourse left this morning for Sioux City, where her father is quite ill. Entire change in the vaudeville at I i i Today and Lasts For ID Days Only St. Augustin's Hall M 18 i i And Three Followiaf Evenings jj GRAND AMATEURPRODUCTION I i The Darling The Geishas Book by 0. F. P. Cony- beare. Esq. Music by RPV. J. S. Chivers Beautiful Scenery Magnificent Costumes CAST Naogai. The Brick Presi- dent A. Allen Aio, the Nurse. Mr. D. May Lieut. Ratline, R.N. Mr. G. E. Fleming Ccbjack, the Boatswain Mr. H. E Cooper The Teddy Bear Mr. G- W. Robinson Murasaki.Mrs. G.Rogers O'Hara San Miss Bawden Uneytm .Mrs. S. Jackson Ki Ku Miss- Elaine Conybeare Asagao Mrs, C. F. P. Conybeare Myogia San, Mrs Southard KEEP WARM Get a Pair of Our Felt-Lined Shoes NELSON GOW The Royal Collieries Ltd., fully paid up non-assew- able shares at 37c. For full particulars see ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK CORNER LOTS Two lots on Baroness Rd., not far from depot Good Business Site Will Handle L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdonald Block Supported by strong cho- rus of 20 members Curtain Rises Sharp at 8.30 Popular 75c Booking at Higinbotham's Drug Store A carload "of flour is today being shipped r.o a confectionery firm in Christiana, Norway, by the Ellison of the Upper Canada Bible Society, ilr. Bergh intends to hold service for Scandinavians in the Bap- tist Church on Sunday afternoon. More definite announcement of this service will be made later. We were rather late in receiving new ad. from Mr. Sage today. He Milling Co. From the Sunny Alber- ta to the Midnight Sun is a long cry but our wheat is known the world over. P. L. Naismith, general manager of the A. R- I., and Mrs. Naismith, is offering eight School Scribblers for arc going on a visit to California, j a quarter, with a colored steel en- This visit is one of pleasure and Mr. j graving of King Edward VII. thrown and Mrs. Xaismith expect to spend j jn free. There is no doubt about the several weeks travelling from point j genuineness of this work of art, di o point. rect from the plate. Perhaps it is THE BOARD THAT WALKS right into your good opinion is the one .you get here- It will work up so etaily and perfectly into the use to which you intend it. Tell us what you prppose to do, and we will sup- ply you with THE BEST LUMBER FOR THE PURPOSE. We are just as particular to sell you the right 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 9, dog house. We supply you the kind you ought to have whether you are an expert or not. Rogers-Cunningham limber Company Id 123 Owing to the impossibility of heat- meant for a late Christmas present, ing both the club room and auditor-1 but we could not coax him to leave ium there will be no meeting of thejone with us Boys' Club on Sunday morning. i All poultry fanciers should rally to j the poultry meeting on Friday next, j Good speaking and interesting dis- j cussions are expected. j The annual seed fair for this trict be held at the market onj Saturday next. The forenoon will be taken up with judging and the buy- ing and selling of seed. At 2.30 a public meeting will be held and ad- WASH. dresses given by speakers supplied by the Dominion Seed Branch. You can enjoy a good hearty laugh at the Eureka tonight. Clearing out odd lines of SCRIBBLERS tt 7 FOR. 25 cents J. J. Johnston Hwnipftvi Drag-gist -QUALITY QUARTIRf- Your Mother With A Washing Machine such as we sell, will not only save money but will save herself a great amount of hard work. The old reliable Re- acting Rotary will do the work and last a life time StaM-Kgnew Co, "If Yon Llw of write Ui for Be on Hand Early J and get a Share of the Good Things J S White Muslin worth for I White worth for J I 5J worth for Night 9 worth for 1.50 jj Corset 5 worth SI.25, for .......95c j Corset fc worth 75c, for ........50c Women's Ribbed Cashmere 40c and 50c, for Boys' and Girls' Ribbed J 35 to 45c. Men's Cashmere worth 30c, forv...... 20c 3f t Cambric worth 12Xc. for 9c J Men's Cloth worth for Sheep-lined worth for J Sheep-lined worth for Boys' Cloth Overcoats- worth for for 25c. per tin. lOc. Per 4 tine for.......... Imperial Maple Syrup- Gallons and large, per Ib.............. 'Oc THECASHSTORE CITY AND DISTRICT. J. C. Cahoon, proprietor of Cahoon Hotel, Cardston, is in the city on About a dozen visitors came in from Stirling last night aJid are stay ing today in the .city. Ben.'Matkin came in from Magrathj last night and is staying for a day i on business. T. McHale and H. Wright finished a long drive of sixty miles this morn- ing, coming from the north country j to shop in Lethbridge. A dance in honor of Miss- Kenny was given last night in Oliver's Hall under the auspices- of the Senate Club About forty couple were present. The music was'excellent. At 11.30 a.m. an appetizing repast was -served at the Hub, everyone being loud in their praise of the excellence of the viands served. The ITock Parliament which was to have been held at thc-Y. 31. C. rooms tonight- has been called off as the go- vernment could not complete arrange- ments for the debate. The opposi- tion are bringing on a bill next week and a good meeting is assured. T. Oakley went back to Fernie last night after spending his vacation with friends in the city. All the for- mer boys of the.C.P.R. were down at the train to give him a good send off one of the boys presenting an address speaking of the -high esteem .in which be had "always been held both now and when he was in the capacity of chief clerk .here. EASTERN HOCKEY, Montreal, Jan. Ottawa j hockey team defeated the Montreal Shamrocks tonight in a -'one-sided same by 11 to 3. Quebec, Jan. of Montreal, defeated the home team 7 to 3. Wanderers .played in great form. Bargain Three lots in block 95, fac- ing on Westminster Road, each, terms, half cash, balance 6 and 12 months. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK i _ i I Snap i Three lots on Westmin- ster Road in block 95 each, terms I Skeith Tilley I Phone 197 Whitney Block A SWELL" WEDDING. New York, Jan. marriage ihia afternoon of ihe Earl of Granard and Beatrice. Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ogclen Mills, and niece of Ambassador Reid, has been awaited as OIK- of. the season's social -events of importance. The bride is a- grand- O., Mills.- the finan- cier and''Philanthropist. The Earl of Granard is Master of Horse to. King Edward, and "the head 'of the Royal Equerries. Edmonton, Jan. Mac- of Macleod, will move the ad- dress in reply to the speech from the thro.'U', which will be seconded by Mr. Rosenroll, of Wetaskiw-in. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION furnished rooms ior light housekeeping.. Apply Box B, cjo .Herald Office. -23-1 HOUSE TO rooms. Ap- ply to' Ed. Kennedy, Hotel Barber Shop. 23-0 of" keys, in post of- fice. Owner will -find same at Her- ald Office. 23-6 gauntlet; between Sout-h- store and Whitney's livery. given for recovery. Finder kfndiv leave at .Herald. P- 26-6 LIFE AT THE HAT. Medicine Hat, Jan. Royal Templars held a box social last night. About 50 were in attendance, and a royal good time is reported. The auc- tioneer had pity on the poor bache- lors, and sold the baskets before the bidding went too high. The lady's shadow was cast on a sheet at the same time that- her bas- ket was being sold. But some of the young men did not the shadow of their girls, so a few amus- ing mistakes were made. THE MARVEL. The Auto Girl still .mystifies the public. This rather strange human or mechanical doll was placed on exhibition in Nelson and Gow's win- clow yesterday afternoon, and it was rather amusing to listen to the dif- ferent opinions .passed. However, the mystery will be solved on Sat- urday evening, when Mr. Kendall in tends to expose the act. John Barker, a miner, had his head and arms badly burned while at work in the new Hosmer mines. A. Corsets On Exhibition at i IK rn i in bli, LIU. A full line of sizes in this celebrated make f Now is the time to secure from our bargain table a choice Dress or Skirt length at prices marked on Red Tickets. Men's Suits for 1 K50 Come in and see original prices in Overcoats sheep- lined coats at favprable re- ductions. Grocery Trophy Jelly Powder 4 ages for 25c, Firirian Haddie, Scotch Kippers arid Fresh Oysters. Special Prices Jn odd lines of Glassware J. BROWN CO. LTD. JL ;