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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS 4< t HoM Windsor t ,V a Day.'Hotel In 1 Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Tlic Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Conven- lent Place to Stay 4, .j, ..j. Do You HaveTwuble With Your Cooking Range Does it do the work that you want it to do iii a satisfactory manner? if you are thinking of buying a new range let us help you to decide on the best one to buy. Stewart Ranges Satisfy! Because they bake perfectly top and bottom. They cook thoroughly and quickly. They consume little amount of fuel for work done. They are built to stand hard and constant usage for long years, and Our Guarantee Goes With Every "Stewart" and that guarantee says that it will give you perfect satisfctiou in every respect. Prices and Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Phone 762 P. 0. Box 670 We Give Special Attention to Mall Orders Valentines Our stock of boxed valentines is complete all ready to address to the friends across the water. All Kinds All Prices ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY 3LOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 12S5. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS We're Doing Business Store never was closed on account of-fire We can handle your orders, and promise our usual excellent service ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Palatable Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil combined with Hrpopnospnite of Lime and Soda. You will find it a tissue bcilding tonic and recoastructor. Useful in bronchitis, and all -rasxing- diseases. Price Small size bottie 50c Large size, containing three times as muc-n 51.00 JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successor! to JOHNSTON JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. ACADiA BLOCK NORTH 523. Limited EAST 423. Why Not Use More Synip in the Winter? It is nutritious and warmth giving food that you can buy for the money. EDWARDSBURG CORN Ib, tins, price each....................................15c EDWARDSBURC CORN Ib. tins, price .35c EDWARDSBURG CORN Ib. tins price each ........................'.........___g5C FOWLER'S WEST IXDIA Ib. tins, price each, ...............................25c Pure Maple Syrup. PRIDE OF qi. bottles, each 60c PRIDE OF qt. tius, each..... 55c PRIDE OP oue half gallon lius each ----................................95C PRIDE OF gallon tius, each Maple Mixture IMPERIAL gallon tins, each LYSLE'S GOLDEN Ib. tins, each 25c THE GOOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE- PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY For that loag sianding cold you don't need to have it any longer. Get boitle of our A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things that he knows must be done. How about your farsightedness? Can't you see vdiere you Trill hare to do some fixing up around the place before long, some repairs that will require some lumber, Then why put it off I Why not come in and let us tell you the cost of the stuff you need next time you're in town? 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 P Y YOU IN DOLLARS AND CENTS TO DO THIS. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 2 18 Calgary, clear 0 2 Lethbridge, clear.................. 3 6 Winnipeg, clear 4 22 Port Arthur, clear 3 12 Fine and cold weather has ieen gen- eral over the prairie provinces, though it has moderated considerably j in most parts of Alberta and Sas- katchewan. FORECAST: Manitoba and Sas-1 today and on Wed- j uesday, 'with higher temperature. and becoming milder. CITY AND DISTRICT A. and H. Walling this morning took out a permit for a dwell- ing on Fifteenth street, south. W- A. Buchanan, M.P.PM returned from a ten days' business trip to Ontario this morning. i C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., left last' night for Winnipeg on a short business I trip. j A. E. Ives reports the sale of a j 40 foot lot on Glyn street, to J. A. jFurmaa.for. S750.00. i W. P. Thomas, engineer of the Chin-; jook Coal Co., and li. K. McNaugh- ton, of the same company, are a town today. Drs. De Veber and Campbell are con sidering the establishment of another p.rivate hospital in the city for the 1 use of their own patients. I There will be a meeting to further organize the Boy Scout Movement on i Thursday evening at. the Y.M.C.A'. 1 building at eight o'clock. j John Ajrd. superintendent of west- ern branches, has been appointed as- I sistaat general manager of the Caaa- dian Bank of Commerce, j the Royal North West Mounted Police, has so far re- i covered from his recent illness as to (again take up his duties. S. J. Shepherd, barrister, returned i this morning from, a ten days' trip j including Ottawa, Montreal and Tor- j oato. John B. Allen left this afternoon for Calgary to attend the Farmers' which is being held in I that city this week. j Mrs. Chas. Smedley, of Lethbridge, I spent last week with friends in Cal- gary, and is now visiting for a few weeks with Mrs. Walter Henderson, of Straihcona, Alta. i City Engineer Arnold leaves on the 22p.d to attend the- annual convention of the Society of Canadian Civil En- gineers, which meets in Winnipeg from -Jan 2-! to Jan. 27. j C. P. R. Conductor S. W. Morris, a brother of A. E. and William Mor- ris is now running on the Crow, hav- ing been transferred here from his old rua east from Medicine Rat. i This week George Quick starts a stage and mail line leaving Warner on Tuesday at .a.m. He will carry the mail and passengers to Masinasin, Lucky Strike and Altorado. The village elections in Warner last week resulted as follows L. S. Lef- jfingweH 42, D. N. Macmillan 32, D. liR. Yates, N.- D. Steelc, M.D., 20, i David Marshall 16, I. F. Roland IS. j The first three were elected. There wiil be the annual general I meeting of the members of the Y.M. i C.A., of whom there are 225 now, at jthe Y.M.C.A. building tonight at 8 y o'clock to eject directors in the plac- es of those who are retiring and to traiisact otbfr business arising at an annual rrceting. A full attendance is requested. Mrs. Caroline Robinson, aged -a3 years, wife of David Shaw Robinson, of Carmangaj, died at tbat place on the 1-Hh inst. The funeral was from thr es- oi T. S Fetterlj and was a service in St Pat- rick's church cciroucte.1 by Father thai. Interment tvas made in Catholic cemetery. Ltd., have opened for bflsi- at their warr-housc on Second avenue, south. Thoir stock is com- I plcte and orders from any point- -will ;bo shipped on the shortest notice. -I. is manager of the local Crockery Glassware Dinnerware Fine China Cut Glass Chamber Sets Brassware Glasses Jardinieres etc., cheapest at 315 Crabb Street Phone 556 For Chilblains TRY :-r- OUR POSITIVE CHILBLAIN CUKE One or two- applications "will give immediate relief and its use for a short "time will ef- fect a certain cure. PRICE 25 CENTS CITY AND DISTRICT City Engineer Arnold and Aid. Oli- ver left for Edmonton this afternoon {to take np with the Provincial Board i jot" Health the matter of the accept- ance ol T. Aird Murray's plans for j the proposed sewage disposal plant. The' C.P.R. trains, are all running I on time'm. Provision has been I made ngainst another heavy wind by i the building of snow fences along the! big cuts west of the big bridge and j on the Carniangay branch, which were unprotected during the heavy wind of two weeks ago, and which filled with snow, considerably impeding traf fie. I Chief Gillospie wishes that the fa- ther of the two young boys, Charles and Alexander GvoiT, who arrived here alone on Saturday niglit from Almar, i Colorado, to join their parent, will make his whereabouts known. The two youngsters are still beine cared i for at the Bradbcer home. Unless the father is heard from within the next _ twenty-four hours the police depart- menr. will take steps to have them re- turned to their uncle in Colorado. Police Magistrate Ball acted as ais own interpreter at the police co.trt j this morning. A young Russian nam- jed Fred Syavia was up nn a drunk land disorderly charge. He could not speak English and there was no one in the court who could speak Kus- sian. Toe magistrate, however, dis- covered that the man understood French, so he questioned and took the answers-in that language. Svavia pleaded guilty" and was fined 53 und Alfred Olsen another'roans I man, was also fined S3 and costs for 'ng drunk and creating a disturb- I ance. i The Store J. D. HipiiQta S Coin Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day No 322 Roll on Frnnt Door there BUSINESS LOCALS 1 guess Freddie had them all guess- ing at the Eureka last night. Some jo'ie, eh Don't miss the Eureka this week. Call 656, Messenger Service for rtuick message and bax- i gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St.- 210-0 Did you see that Kid "Hedder" at I the Eureka last night The most wonderful hoy ever seen on the stage Phone 6-32 pony Sxpress; baggage transferred, removals, coal. C.O.D. 308-0 Some shovr at the Eureka this week AI., where do you get all these peo- ;ple. A new outfit every Monday night. Grand Dance under the auspices of the Band will beheld in Rcding's K'aU tonight. Evcrybodv weiromc. 30-1 A dance will lip JiHrf in the Caledon- ian HaU Thursdav .Tanuarv for members thf Caledonian Society and their friends. CITY FTSTRTCT Rev. Mr. Bryden, of St. Andrew's Presbyterian chvueh. North Leth- bridge, wrnt to Taber yesterday after noon to take charge of the Presbyter- lian church :hcrc for t-o A. M. Ritchie, secretary of the j Lcthhridgc Lodge o? the Knights of t Pythias, went to Medicine Hat ycs- itcrday aftrrnoon, to represent the JLethbridgc Lougo, and the insstallation jof officers and other "big doin's" at 'the Hat. Will Kill the Board of Trade (Continued from front Will Kill Board of Trade Anotber citizen who felt warmly on the subject was F. W. Downer. J ing dildij he "I do not like the! motion. It means that the council ir. takTIig the work of the Board of Trade; i to itself and tho there will be no Board of Trade. Peo-; pie will cot lake an interest in :t and, It will "te dead." "Don't Butt in" H. Macbeth was also very decided.' "I don't think the citv council should' autt into the Board of Trade business at all. The aldermen hare got plenry to do without that. If, of course, tho business men who have been handling the affairs of the Board have not been doing it right, and if the aldennea thick they can do it better, it is for tneni to do so. In the meantime, I think the Hoard of Trade will proceed tne lines followed for several years with the limited means at their -i-osaJ. For I take It that tno council's action practically means that the Board of Trade will not get an} grant" Lack of Confidence T. S. 'Mackenzie when asked for hU f opinion iaid: "I feel that the Board ot is capable of handling its i business. The action taken by the i city council is different from anything I have ever seen in any oth-j er city and I fed that it is an injustice; to the Board of Trade in not giving' them the opportunity to do the work they contemplate. looks on the face of It that the city council has no confidence in the Board of Trade to handle any amount of money." H. Church, of the firm of Cony- Oeare, Church McArthur, .umself to the effect that the council j should give tne Board of Trade some Irtefir.ite assurance o' the amount ol money they will have for the yrar so that they could plan accordingly. r WANT BATTLESHIP Winnipeg, Jan. Winnipeg tonight passed a resolution to peti- tion the Dominion government to name the next of the Can- adian battleships Winnipeg. 4-j: J! li The Bentley CoY ltd. ____ ______ Mid-Winter Sale Still Continues MEN'S UNDERWEAR SUinfield's Unshrinkable wool underwear, elasik- knit, per Fleece lined, plain or striypd, x per suit Wolseir Underwear. This splendid muko in different qualities. Prices ranging from to Doys' Underwear, wool thor- oughly shrunk, fleece lin- ed. ..20 p.c. off these lines NEGLIGEE SHIRTS A full nuiKo of mnsnlfkeut puuoms, duett, IVaiiouVs make. "Tooko." C. R." shirts. At 20 y.c. off MEN'S AND BOYS' SLEEP- ING SUITS These suits are of finest English flauaelette, in ill any different terns and will be sold 20 p.c. off regular price LADIES' HOSIERY 1'lfiln black cnshwevo, nil wool ...........30c 60c 75o Embroidered prlc- os 75o S5o Fleece Mnotl, at........SOo Cotton, pluln lilnck, nut- ui til solo, pot- pule .260 10 p.c. off tlic3o CORSETS Fl. 1. of coutll pliably, IK.CO trimmedi with eUi.-nki hoao aupporierts Juat-0-Fit Corseia. oluatlc Vmi-k uud liijis; hoao mip. porters P. D, CORSETS This well known Hue lu many dlfforoni F., Direct olro T.X., Dlivctoiro U.p iMreeiulre P. L'ricoH nuitjo to 10 p.c. off prices LADIES' UNDERWEAR wool, miturul: two- piece and combination anlu ui SOo 10 p.c. off prices Takes the place of plaster. Can be put on in cold weather. Keeps out cold better than anything else. Phone 454 for further information 1 1 "5 IS 7 -OsT'1