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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta e THE PLACE TO STAY ftp ii to to NUII HU Machines When in need of a Wash Machine don't forget to call and examine our stock. We have a large assort- ment and the prices are riglit. We specially recommend The One Minute Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention REDFATH STJREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 4- ONLYMEP1CINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a''cyntnry. Please keep the Do- minion statute ami have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week Ou Sundays and Public Holidays we are open froin 10.30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1 p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 8 30 to 9 p.m. For other urgent eaiis use Phone 49 or Xieht Bell S The Store of Quality Try a Bottle of Lea's Home Made Pickles The Finest Yet PHONE 21 TkeDafyOIIOiltaniD the City 6 NorthWard All ladies are cordially invited to visit our store and inspect our stock of Ladies' and Children's Wear We would like to suow you the quality and'variety of our stock in these lines. Our DRAPERIES will >be a surprise to those who have-not seen them Mrs DOUGLAS North Ward Westminster Road KEEP WARM Get a Pair of Our Felt-Lined Shoes NELSON GOW The Royal Collieries Ltd., fully paid up non-assess- able shares at 3 7c. For full particulars see if ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 Books Worth Reading He Barrier, by Rex Beach King Sprace, fay fiolmaii Day- Get Rich Quick, by Chester Seeing England with Uncle John The Under Groove, by Stringer Aad many others KOBEBTSOrS eOflif aWl 1st Boor. West of Onion Bank Phone 251 Agents -for Underwood Type-writers. CITY AND DISTRICT W. J. Bro.herion has been re-olect- i ed chairman of the Medicine Hat school board. j C. J. Bray, J. E. Ostrumier and ;F. 1C. McKay were elected couhcil- i lors for- the village of Gleichen. Mrs. E. S. Martin, of Medicine liat aiid Miss Power of Ottawa are guests Mrs.- L. M. Johnstone. You bet I am going to the Eureka tonight. Hinds, wife of the C.F.R. asj- ent at Blairmore, died suddenly at Helena, Mont. Mfs. E. H. Wilson, Bompas St THE WEATHER.' Hat., clear 40 0 Keiriua. cloudy 19 ,18 12 .14 cloudy 42 .19 An important disurbance has enter- Alberta., and spreading eastward, eo rr.panied by snov.-falls. A pro- amuxced chinook -wind was experienc- in A Iberia and western Saskatche- wan, causing rising temperatures. winds and becoming colder. 4 4- will receive on Tuesday afternoon, jwith S- carae in from Ma- CITY AND DISTRICT. F. S. Bosch, of G-ranum is in city on business. Geo. Coleman and Cyrus Coleman I Jan. 19, from 4 to 6.30 and also on i Tuesday evening-. the last'night to attend seed fair T. R. E.. Henderson, chief weed in- Eev. D. Jones of Taber, is spending i spector from Edmonton, is in the a few weeks holiday with ilr. and city today. i Mrs. Vincent W. Booley, oi' East Cal- j and Mrs- Joe Jaffon-ey of Pin- News. City are visiting friends in'the i Don't miss the Auto Girl at the! toda5r- You will know about' fail to hear "Mary Ann" at the Eureka. WKere Service Is Perfect A service made expressly for :your comfort, safety and convenience, modern. ;perfect, and costs no more A good, reason to trade here R, H. Watson came in from Taber i Lyceum. j her tonight. "Sweet La vendor" will be produced, under the auspices of the Young Men's night is stayinff in town Club and the proceeds will be devoted I to that most deserving organization. i "The Divine plan for the human :last eveniaS to attend adance given A CAR LOAD OF VEGETABLES To Arrive todaj7 consisting of B.C. Potatoes Carrots Beets Parsnips Turnips Cabbage, etc. Our Bargain Sale on all Groceries is still going on THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. Phone 99. A big crowd went out to Monarch j will bo the subject at Wesley j Church tomorrow morning. In the by the residents oi'the township. All reIDort evening' the topic .will be'-The only turnillS a good time, re- in. the early hours of I safety." Sittings free. Strangers al- ways welcome. Some have come the third time to see the ciever'Spalding Bros, at the! this morning. The Lethbridge Curling Club has invited to attend the bonspiel at Calgary-. It has not yet been de- cided if the club will go en masse but j The funeral of Geo. Himieber will j be held tomorrow afternoon at three I o'clock and be taken cSarge of the. Oddfellows' Lodge who are Lethbridge Club is to be represented j by one or two members. Rev. William Reid will- conduct the service in the Baptist Church tomor- You will find out about tht Auto Girl tonight. On and after Monday, Jan. 18th, the Transfer Companies of the city will charge per ton for coal de- livered. 29-2 A petition oh behalf of J. T. Gra- ham, C-.P.E. has been sent to J. T. Halstead, .district freight ag- ent at Calgary. It is signed by a large number of shippers and urges Mr. G-raiam's retention as agent here. It also asks for investigation into the charges against him. (requested to meet at their new hail' j row evening; subject, "Can a man 6 Prescription Specialists I. Only a few ringside seats left for the Marino-Hpwel! contest next Men- day nTght. THE BOARD THAT WALKS right into your good opinion is the one "you get here. It will work up so easily and. "perfectly into the use to which you ;intend it. Tell us what you propose to do, and we will sup- ply' you with THE BEST LUMBER FOR THE "PURPOSE. We- are just as particular to seii you the tight lumber as good lumber. We do not serid you'-rough boards for in- nor do we coax you to buy fancy finished stuff to fix up a hen COpp house. We supply you the kind you ought tc have whethftr .are an 'expert or not. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld et 23 W 123 I at 2.30. The funeral will leave the undertaking parlors for the public cemetery. The transfer companies announce today that they will charge for coal .delivered after Monday. Miss Jeffries, late lady superintend- ent, of the Gait Hospital, left-'yester- day for Toronto. You will find out all about the Auto Girl tonight. Hon. L. G. DeVeber and Mrs. De- Veber left this morning for Ottawa. They were accompanied. by their son, who will return to his studies at Trinity College School Port Hope! Wesley- Church Sunday School will meet in .the auditorium of church again tomorrow, instead oi the base- ment. Eev. M. Bergh, of Calgary, repre- sentative of the Upper Canada Bible Society, will be present at the even- ing service at Westminster church tomorrow ir. the interests of the Bible Society. He will speak in Scandina- vian and English. BIRTH. Claresholm, to Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Anderson, a son. j love two objects at the same Special singing at the service. Bev. Martin Bergh will preach at the fore- noon, service. Tomorrow afternoon Bev. Martin .Burgh will conduct a service for Scandinavians in. the- -Baptist Church at four o'clock. On Monday evening he will have a meeting in the home of Mr. K'orraan, North Ward. Mr. Bergh has been here on several occa- sions and expects to have goocl ser- vices during this visit. Your last opportunity to see the Spalding Bros, at the- Eureka tonight. Nest year promises to count for' -something in the development of'the district. A great many set- tlers are expected to locate there and a number of residences will be built in the town, A new brick opera house is how in the course of erection This will harmonize with the rest of the up-to-dat features of .this nourish ing little town. LefBngwell Egan are putting up the building. Get your tickets for the Marino- Howe! 1 boxing contest. Lyceum box office open all day. 27-3 FINDING HER WEAK SIDE in the love for Chocolates and all kinds of FINE CONFECTIONERY. If his love for her is as pure as the Candies we sell to him for her daily, her future's safe. There's.health iir cvery ounce of Candies that crosses our counters, because of pure in- gredients and exquisitely clean manu- facture. There's pleasure for all ages in it, too. Buy a box today. Moil's Kandy Kitchen AT THE EUREKA. j Tonight will be your last oppor- tunity-'to witness the very clever feats the Spalding Bros, are performing at the Eureka. They have been draw- ing- .packed houses all week, and the manager has noticed a great'many, have come the third time.to see these wonderful acrobats. Edmonton, and Calgary are. offering great induce-, .meats to have the Spalding Bros, and Miss Hardie Langdon, "The Plum Tree play them a return date. I Just ask your friend how he-enjoyed tlTe performance at the Eureka. NtAR SPUR TRACK Lots S and 9 in Block Ufi, near the Lumber Yards und Ftour Mills, and just across, street from spur track S table on property renting for 36 a "month. Price, with terms. i L. S.R1PLEY j TELEPHONE 294 Offices. Macdonald Block Bargain Three lots in block 95, fac- ing on Westminster Road, SBOO'each. terms, fialf cash, 6..and 12 months. K. V. O10DOHS PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Three lots on Westmin- ster Road in block 95 each, terms Skeith Phone 197 Whitney Block highest salaried act in vaudeville'. Al- though it .costs- a great deal to "secure this the price of seats will "ire- main the.- same. 'On" Tuesday after- 1 noon, at 4 o'clock, thev 'great Fonti-i ..nelle will parade tie -street in automobile driven by itself. Snap 3 lots on Westminster Road, facing east, easy terms G.C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block of --.Edinonton is in Commencing Monday "night- the Eu- The first, applicant for oIH a.ge pen- sion from Ulster; Ire., was made by O'Donnell, of; Tnver, who is now 107 i years old. O'Donnell a wid- Lyceum box office open all day for the sale of seats -for the Stoddart Stock Co., in, "The on reka will present to the T' -Tv 5 ss Mysterious positively the production of Devil" on Thurs- day evening; Get your now.27-6 and heai'ing' are but par.ed. Geo. Bremnci- an [the city. The mercury made some lively movements in the. thermometers yes- terday. At 8 o'clock yesterday mor- ning 19 below was registered. A chinook up during the day and as-high as 41 degrees, above zero was reached ;in the afternoon. The tem- perature began to fall .again and 19 below was registered early this morn- r ceum DIED. Friday morning, in the Gait Hospital, George V. Hinue- ber, aged 22 years and 7 months. The funeral will take place at 3 o'clock'on Sunday afternoon, from Addison's Undertaking Parlors, to the Public cemetery. All Oddfel- lows are to meet .at tbu-r sharp, to take charge of the service. We are clearing ont a few lines of PAPETERIES At 25c Regular 40c. 50c aud'60c SEE WINDOW J. Johnston Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS- WASH. 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 v Staff ord-Hgnew Co, "If Yon Live Out of Town write Two Nights starting WEDNf Jan. 20 Mr. W. L. STEWART Presents THE STODDART STOCK The Best Dramatic and Vaudeville Company Playing Canada Producing Plays of the Better Kind OPENING PLAY THE CHRISTIAN Beautiful Vaudeville Costumes -Special Scenery Advtnced Vaudeville Between Acts THURSDAY NIGHT iZIL ?5c and 50c Seiti MI oi Silt it tkt Lpeiii loi Office ;