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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit a Day Hottl In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETKBRIDCE Tlie Dallas llolel Is the Oeit and Most Conven- ient Place to SUy STORM DOORS WELL FifvibHED. STRUNG AMD OF GOOD APPEARANCE. BEST VALUE IN THE CiTV EACH C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" Overbought AT en 'i-Miiifisg JiisJ It-at havp over- GCCDWtLUE'S HOME: CANNED ibe qujlily of Ihcsi.' :tl prestni Red Cherries, Pears. Crawford Peaches. bernfs, iarkfu iti j.erftS't seal, pint seal- UV, reduced to Strittberncs and Black Currants. 'JX.i It t 4" t I rvc.iii.iM to.......... HARVEST BRAND JAMS AND JELLIES Tt-.rsr- are absolutely Pure Fruit and Sugar, ar.J welsh 5 Ibs. net to the (In. Wo consider (hat you set heller and more goods at a trice than other brands. 5tb. tins Strawberry, Raspberry, jnd Black Currant....................... 5rb, tins. Pear, PJum, CrabappFt, for................................ Per Case of Eight Uni, assorted very Sptclal, per tin..................... Grocery Depl. BM Wholesale 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clatt Grocers. Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale Retail Dipt Ml Dipt. jWILL BE WEEK-END TRAIN FOR WHILE NEW TOWN IS WKA'iHER BUY YOUR MEAT, -YOU MIGHT AS WELL BE SURE OF GET- TING JUICY MEAT AT THE RIGHT KIND THAT HAS MADE OUR REPUTATION. TRY THIS MARKET ONCE. One trial' will make ycu a regular customer. The Lethbridge ,Meat Market Phone 635 John Murphy, Prop, FIFTH STREET Opposite Sherman Theatre Jan. auii from ISrooks are buiMhig on Their !ou y in G north of tlit- bank of Coir.taeice auj faciug Center Street. :i stoie building to Le used by tJieni as a harness shop. They also have lot 27 In the Farce Lelhbridge. clo-jdy K.lir.or.'ou, Calgarv, fair Meaicino Hat, douJy .Mis. '3 Mill. 22 handle tlie Dealing biOCli itCd machinery wish them succeis. Tlie depot is now enclosed and wili be finished. Thp depot v. IU be here by Uie latter psrt of this lieuiti'and then regular trai service. We understand a coach will come from E'jffie'd every Friday aui] smy over night, and go bact Satur- day raorntns; until ihe regular daily service is starUU. bad a car of loaded for ship- Albert, clo-idy. Current, clcyjrfy Moose fair. Regina, clear. Qu'Appeie, cloudy 3u J- cloudy Port Arthur, fair.. ..30 14 cloiu-y.. 2J .24 SS 30 1111 PeDticton.......... 3S C9 .11 Grand ;'I :G .30 Fair and miH weatber condi- tions hare prevailed throughout. Ihe prairie provinces. Forecast Western with lo Maraschino 'Cherries 35cEox Everybody likes them KILLIEN'S cal snow flurries, toddy; Friday, northerly winds and cotder. CITY AND DISTRICT ment at Retlaw, and C. buyer for Jacies Richardson Son's, tid 7014 cents p-er for it. Jlr. Sraitb. b-jver for the Alberta PaciSf, bid and '.be whest. Mr. Fn- geu thinks is tUe place to sell At the same (imp Xd. 1 wheat is 5ii cecls by the loai, nieii are kept busy io s'jfply the trade ar.d their only trnu- tle Is to get the juraber here as Cast 35 needed. The yards are kept clear- ed. The Middle West Lumber Co. got j in a car of fence posts oa ._. I Ihe ftm to arrive by rail. s.Qil t'uey j Visiiing brethren 'trill lie cordially oe gone long. It's a ilve welcomed. tovro that keeps everybody busy at j '__________ time of the year Leaves Y. M. C, A. In oar report last iajd A. -I- R. Oliver today pavers his con- Sank Clearings Bank clearings for the week ending today --.-ere as Si53.445 for Uie corresponding week Isst jear. LcthbrJdge Lodge Mestt TonigVil Leth-brldge Lodge No. 39 A.F. t A. M. wilt hold a regular tonight in tha -Masonin Hall at S pm. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for ma- I ternity and all medical and surgical cases contagious diseasts] and cbarpea according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for.free. 01 charge. Graduate nurses for private duly also further particul- ars apply to the Nursing Mission J414 7th Avenue South. (Miss) A. M. TilJey, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. Grad. Nurae. ART NEEDLEWORK AND EMBROIDERY arranged at morferate' charges at MESSRS. 3AWDEN BROS. HULL BLOCK To Instal The Ulhbridge Encamptneut .Vo 7 J.O.O.F. -a in install newly-eiect- officera (onleht. All Thitlng iirctbrcn intited to attend. Touhotm lie Ihe of Uie RcOavi- Harness Co. JMo came is Aaron Jackscn. was a good attendance ai the uefuc iii ojjera house on the PVR of the 3th. The next dance will be j on the evening oi Jan. 23. Come and i have a guoJ time. i Osr loading platform is lundy for fanners ;o load their grain in cars. It is wide and a Sieary timber Seep? the wagon irow going oiT; you can get up close to (lie car. Yo'Jr wagon stacis up level with the car floor so you only have lo shovel over your wagon box. There are two sets of wagon soalts in Retlaw. The town scales arc of the poo] ball and the Middle Luiaber Co.' liave a good set in front of their office. No use r.ot knoiviog many you on. Ten u-uls iJfir is ihs eharje. We arc IP hopss there will he some arrangeirients made to hare a school ID Rttlaw this summer. There are quite a lumber of school children here there would be a lot more if wo could hare a school In [own. U'e saw several farmers on the street5 last Saturday morning look' for some one to buy live chiclfr ecs It pay some one ID the larger to have some one here to buy Hitch stock and; jjay cash for tlirm. The people of Ret Ear.- should fpel pretty ttiaukful to the C. P. R, for (he fine improvements they are giv- ;iz ths rje1? town. A fine depot, a freight fried. Fottlon house, stock loading platform, and Itoiifft antl engine stable, and we are isi they wii] ?oon make an effort lo set'irc -A ?ood supply of wntcr. all1, lit mid do not Tiiirtk it -A-H1 hard lo find. your paM? If not Uierc Is n of after Ht, aiiil liable to (ax sale after April IF at the jJHjgnr.'ynl of UK- a with the Y. -M. C- A. as local membership and office secretary-. It is that the olflce he dispensed with. Off to the Capita! H. J. Gordon, district surveyor and engineer, leaves for Edmonton to- day to relieve -Mr. Charlesworth, the director of surveys. He vlll remain n ihe capiial for about six LEADING IN SALES AT THIS BUSY STORE When any article Ss in aui-U demand ttmt it stands at the head of. the Hel. ivhero there are 40 or 50 other competing .-articles the same line, that- leading article certainly lias tloned merit back of St. WE SELL MORE LAXA- COLD THAN ANY OTHEH REMEDY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS. assists nature In a natural way. and often mafeea a cold disappear in less time than you.ever sup- 25c. A BOX CITY 'AND DISTRICT The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd Bow Island Booster R. S. lleattle of Lho "Town that Ugbts" the West." Is In Ihe city to- day' on business. Mr. Beadle say's his faith In Island sroivs with each minute. Pollct Commission The members of the recently-ap- pointed police commtEslon have Selrt meelicg, and elected Mayor Hardle chairman. Rev. Canon Me- len was appolnled secretary. Judae retinested to write the Toronto police commission for a copy of their rules acd regulations. The Wood Pile Test Tiie Salvation Army is putting the unemployed who apply at the local citadel for wor'K lo tuo woodpile test, and as a result Save sotnft wood for sale, which tfiey will delii" at J2.50 ner load'to pay the sps of .the experiment. No'Council Today -'There Tvere no matters of imme- diate -importance to be considered Cms morhln'r; 'so the daily council meeting was called off, and the cora- busted themselveB p-r departmental duties.- YOUR FIRST RESO- LUTION: Always 'Our Best Fl our For Me" Palronixc a HOME INDUSTRY and gain (lie 'advantage: of baking with tiio best flour lo be bunght in any market. 1 jVlanufaclnrcd by ELUSON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. 11 Year: Successful Milling in Alberta Some Lethbridge People PARTICULAR ABOUT THE HEATS THEY EAT___WE ADMIRE THEIR "TASTE" AND CATER TO THEM. WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE WHY THEY ARE OUR CUSTOMERS. Simply Phone 725 City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET SOUTH RUN UP AGAINST S'aclj .an oppormni'.y to ex- cliange as this. liavc t client with t'vo'largc mod- ern liouses Sn this tity. Tiotti bringing in good mitals. that h? will eicfcangt IIIB eqully in for aome raw land wlifi indi- cations of -vater. Let us have your iJiojjoaltfon, HOUSES TO KENT land Co, Sherlock BuHding. 544 SUNDAY CARS IN LONDON London. Or.l.. Jar.. r.iiv i. 10 have stioni tars for llrst time on .Jar.uary Personal Mention j. Kramer of Co'.itts, a former res- ident, is in the cHy. H. A; of Grassy Lake Is in tbe city on business. R- of Purnle Springs, is eridiDg the day litre. Ja3. McCocfl, a frecuenl visitor from Fernle, arrived on tie Flyer this j momine. Kipp Hotel Sold McDonald, of has recently disposed cf the Pacific Hotel there to William Maneet. The hotel has been moved from its old location at Kipp station to the mining town tf hum, Mr, McDonald It 13 understood has sec-jred a long term lease on a well i-noftn local hostelry entl 7.-13] take in October next. Coal Operators Meet At the seventh annual meeting of the Coal Operators' aaEocia- (ion. held at Fernle. January 9. Mwls Stocked, gene-rat supRrtnlenderH of toe coal inir.ea branch or the Natural Resources nepailuient. C. P. n.f was elected president; .1 C. Heid, general managor. of the Cblnook Coal Co. Ltd., was circled vice proai- rlent. and K s ciecictl Lfccrelary-trea-aurer for (he year. The association IR compored of conl conipariics located in Alljcrla and Uritt.ih and the production of the mines to tho was near- ly tons of coal in U'12, ainl it i.-t (hat this lie (IK when roturns for Ulir; arc in. The mines In Vrlurglni- to trie assorjratlon tti 1912 about 70 i er cent, of Uie uiitp'st of the province. LOOK THIS UP Three Lots Block 23, Duff Addition, each Four Lois Block 129 at each One-third Cash, 6 and 12 months at 6 p, c, R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block For immediate'." relief of Chappsd Hands, Sore Lips.- Frost Hltee, Roughness of Uie skin and for L'nequatied for use after shav- ing. This elegant preiarltion lias no equal for softening the skin and Beautifying the. Complexion. IPER BOTTLE ASK FOR A SAMPLE J. D. Higinbotham The fexolt Store TELEPHONE KO. JiJ Able Lecture TIis- Ypuce. People's- so- ciety ieid'tlieir ireeWy raeeUnj in tie waocinjozn. on Wednesday Vif lust weeV. Jir. F. Suggltt pressed, aiid (here --wjs a jarge attendance. Tie meeting .ivas-under: the 'charge of the "Christian CltiienBhls depart- meat, and the the evening was Dr. -J. H. Rivera, 'n-bo spofce on the' subject of "Modern Methods of The address was Uttened to wltli absorbing iatsr- Oit, and all present gained a more In- telligent understanding of, and sym- pathy. with, the Sautes of our jalla and prisons. On the motion of Mr. A. LMHciell, seconded by Mr. J. J. Let- Her, a. hearty vole of r.'nanka was ac- corded to Dr. Rivers. -The next meet- ing of the society wlH -oe a social on Friday, the 16th inst. PUI ON SIUNI ANOTHER ATTRACTIVE FEATURE FOR THE BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON FRIDAY NIGHT Big Auction Sale ------AT------ Lethbridge Feed and Sale Barn Saturday, Jan. 17 ?0 Head of Choke Dniry Cows, fi'esh mid cuuiing fresh. 20 Head of Mnres and Geldings. Pedigreed Yorkshire lioar, AND OTHER ARTICLES ICnlrics for aiiclion lo made liy Jiioniiny of sule. HOUSES HEAD CATTLE 50c HEAD Auctioneer, J. A. Smith CITY AM) DISTRICT White P.M. Kor the first lirr.c in many :here was a clean elate at tlu court this morning. Funeral of Miner Tho funeral of tho late AiitoJne Oaadchuk, who met his death la Xo, mine shaft on Tuesday night, "will be held tomorrow afternoon (rom Fet- erJy'fl undertaking parlors at PV n., to St. Atiguatln's Church. 'The Miners' Union will attend In a body reepecl to deceased, and the fun- eral service wK! he conducted priest. U is not probably known that am- ong'.the moat recent additions to tridge Chocolate and Candy Co., em- ploying 33 a starter four hands, the factory, being opposite the- Henderson Garage. The new la gelling along nicely and their product is now on the. market. To the home-made macaroni 'at tho btisinesa men's ban- quet.in the S. 0. K. hall on Friday night will bo added bridge made chocolates, which make a nice -Another addition lo the programme published yesterday will prove popu- lar.. Mr. E. S. Young, the fr.lmitablo entertainer, has promised to put on a stjinl which will add much to Ihe chJoymoiU of the occasion. Tim tir- Mr. Calvin's Father" Dead lrffits scHlnR rapidly, and Ihe func- 51 r. II. Oi'ivln left for Kansujj, City tfon prornlseji to bo one of cxcepllonal Als morning to attend Ih'e-fiir.era! of interest. Ma father, -who died yeBterd'ay. The lato -Mr. Oalvia was ninety-five years of ape, nnd death was Caused by.ihe out of life's vitality. went tf> ths Untied States many years ago front the Old Country .and fought throajh tlio Civil war. To Farmers' Ladles The Women's Chic club are mak- K arrangements to entertain Ihe lariy delegates to the U. F. A. conven- tion week. An 'At Tfoine" and reception will tie held, In the A. aydltorium on evening. ladles will hold their In St. Augustln'g -hall, Uift Important matters to Is a favoring woman suffrage in Alberta. .Tho. convention ort January 21, I'l and J3f.-T FERNIE PERSONALS Fernie, B.C.. Jan. 11.--Uon, W. K. Ross wan in tlie city over Sunday. R. K, Ore en, M.I1., through Vtrnie on 'Sunday tivenlng on the C. on hi3 way to Ottawa, lie was met at the slatlon by a number of his friends. Didn't Go To Rescue The Enterprising Merchant of Lethbridge finds that while it may cost some- thing to advertise, it costs a 'great deal mcu'e not to advertise was Nnntucket nt a.m. Icdas1, and should reach her tliis afternoon. No word -has licca rcccu- fd liy DLC Hno inorninj; from ]ior XtV York. Jan. .Will Carman Moyd liner Kroii I'rinzcssin lie.' reported yesterday to bn nm-1 coiiiiuari'ier as lo wliedifr ho rcrelv- the vessels racing to llic rescue I ml CotuHjiild'n wireless calls for tho slran'k-sl Rto.imcr Coiicfjuidj helf. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE KUSINKSS LOCALS WCGu on Mock of dry wood, cut in stove lengths load delivered. Phone Co.. 136 Itilfi X. Stove have 31, cut in 12 Inch lengths, 43.00 a loiJ delivered. Phone -121 Stacey l-umbfir Company, United. NAMB Crop's Nest Eipress Crow's Express goo-Sjioliano Flyer Flyer Txjcal Ixjcal Local UKB! Local KO. SIS Neat 5H tt 11 Crov'ft MPB! ExprcAa Soo-Spokano Hyer Soo-Spohanc Klynr Local Local Effective Oct. 2G, 1913. A1HUVALS KilOM ..........Kootcnay Ut, ..........Medicine Hal ..........Spokanci ..........St. J'aul ..........CrnnhrooJr ..........Medtctac Hat ..........Conlts....... ..........C.irdfilon ..........Calgary fAhleif-jdt tranth) UKVAHiUUES FOR Mcdklnc Hut ..........Kcolcnay ..........91, Paul ,..........Mcil'Mnc Hal ,..........Cranbrook DUE TO ARRIVE .........23.Aft DUB TO .23-t-O Local .............L5.3D ............1C.00 ............CotilU.......................... ............CnrdaTon ......................17.4'., ............Calgary ivh ;