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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta WOST JOB WUNTfvC AT "THE HERAL.D lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Ita U ii tN 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 right. We specially recommend j The One Minute Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention THE HICK liflnDWiini CO, REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 02 P.O. Box fiTO HAIR BRUSHES AT 35 cents have u goud line of these, and they are easily worth.the money. They will wear to the wood before the bristles drop out. also carry an excellent line of French Bristle Brushes at prices froru 75e to can sell you a Brush that will last a lifetime, onv that will pay you a hundred times over to buy. and not too fxpensive. stock. j. 0. Family and Dispensing Oh Telephone Night cleric The Stove of Quality Try a Bottle of Lea's Home Made Pickles The Finest Yet G. BRADBEER CO. TkeOniyOliOX Store In tie City OH AND DISTCICT THE clc-i Calgary, clear Don't fail to see Lfthbridge. clear the Myster.ous j ifedicine j Fontinelle at the Eureka. j Milder weather Wall Papers Burlaps Room Mouldings You will find our stock large and contains all the latest ideas. Our good papers are cheap and onr cheap papers good. flflfiif QTfiPf nUDLniuUn D DuUn uluiit 1st floor West of Union Sink 25! Agents for Underwood WKere Service Is I Perfect A service made expressly for your comfort, safety and convenience, modern, perfect, and costs no more A good reason to trade here Merta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists igr. mmmi New Lodges of Elks are to be es- tablished in Cranbrook and Nelson. j Ice cream all the time at Rochon's. I Mrs. H. J. Gooae will receive on the first and Uiird Tuesday oi the month. See Chijo. the Japanese wonder, at the Lyceum tonight. D. Davis of Medicine Hat, will open a dye works here On the first of Feb- ruary. Rochon has the best ice cream. Wm. Sadowski has joined the ranks of the benedicts and taken a res- idence on Courtland Si. Ice cream for parties, receptions, etc., at Kochon's. "Mlsg Coutis and Miss Haig of the Magrath public school staff spent yes- terday with friends in the city. Hockey practice tonight at 7 o'clock Everybody invited out. Miss Theodora. Brown, who has been attending school at Salt .Lake, came home on Saturday night to spend the vacation. Owing to the inclement weather of last week the Bentley Co. have de- cided to continue their annual stock- taking discount sale for 3 days more. Jno. Follstad from Madale, arrived in the city on Saturday with a car of household effects intending to set- tle here. Don't forget the Sentley Co.'s dis- count sale lasts 3 days more. J. JB. Lewis, of Columbia Falls, was in the city on Saturday and went to Cardston on business this morn- A big surprise at the Eureka. W. A. Henderson, auditor of the city's books, returned to, Win- WEATHER. 0 .4 46 48 32 .44 .6 prevailec Provinces c'.ear has throughout the Prairie especially so in the. southern parts oi Alberta' and Saskatchewan. and Saskatch- with light suowfalls. today, then norther- ly winds and colder CITY AND DISTRICT. HOCKEY PRACTICE AT 7. Hear the girl who lisps at Eureka, the nipeg this morning: but will sop off at Medicine Hat on the way. Mrs. Andrew Neidig returned on Saturday fr0m Frank where she had dUOtOI% J' L ChaPIain' A- Rosaine; D.D.G.M., C. V. Bennett. The Ep'worth League at Wesley Church tonight will-be in charge oi Mrs. (Dr.) Campbell and Dr. Lover- ing. The subject is "The develop- ment of the physical man." the sec- ond subject on the series 'of the de- velopment of the whole man. Performance at the Lyceum at 7.30 A Itho'Jgh the Intermediate Hockey team did not carry the laurels at Macleod and Pincher Creek, they play ed good hockey. At both places they played against some men who have played senior hockey. The scora at Macleod was aod. at Pincher Creek Rochon makes ice cream daily. Emigration Agent Humphries re- turned this morning from {where he took Thos. J. Henderson, who was deported as an undesirable. Henderson has jnst finished a term at Macleod for theft. Emerson and Summers at the Ly- ceum tonight. Get in early tonight. The following are the newly elected officers of the Oddfellows Lodge in the city; N.G., G. B. Weiller; V.S., E. V. Dooley; R.S., 0. J. Lehmann; P. S., C. W. Lowther; Treasurer, W, 01 iver; R.S.N.G.. T. Niven; L.S.lf.G- J. Brodle; T.G., H. O.G., R D. Robson; Warden, T. Clayton; Con T .CITY AND DIITRICT. Stek is o.u a trip to the Coast. Robert's. Cashier of the Tele- phone department at'" Calgary is in the city today on business. A. J. McLean of the C.; Y. ranch, was in'the city today and went to Pincher Creek this afternoon. Geo. Kernan, chief representative of His Majesty's Cuctoins. at Coutts, is n the city today and in- tends to reuio-iu for a day or so. C. R. Carlson, of Minneapolis, gen- eral manager of the Pioneer Lumber Company, successors, "to the Enter- prise Lumber Company, arrived in the .city last night to take up his residence here. City Eugineer Arnold returned this morning from Toronto where he in- terviewed. Smith, Kerry, and Chose, regarding plans for the new power plant. Miss Nina Thompson of Maple Creek, is the guest of Ijcr friend Miss Harrison, at the parsonage. Miss Thompson _ brought her mother to the! Salt Hospital for treatment. In the wreck on the C.P.R. main ine last week at Yale, B.C., among :he injured was a man named Rich- ard Clark, who gave Lethbridge as his home. He had his hip broken. Bentley Co.'s sale, the chance of a year to secure exceptional values an dry goods, clothing, etc. On Saturday morning and again this morning Father Van Tighem was called upon to celebrate nuptial mass at the early hour of 6.30 o'clock, to unite iu the bonda of matrimony Frank S. Botsch of Lethbridge and i Theresa Dorher of Grauum. being the j first couple and Geo. F. Greenwold of j and Lucy Kolegraff of Zell; South Dakota, being the second. The" Nuptial mass is a. very ancient insti- tution of the Roman Church. Manager Brown has his new addi- tion in use, and the Lyceum now seats 600 there is lots of i room for you. I A CAR LOAD OF VEGETABLES To arrive today consisting of B.C. Potatoes Carrots Parsnips Turnips Cabbage, etc. Our Bargain Sale on all Groceries is still going on THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery, Phone M. Queen Quality THE POPULAR SHOE FOR LADIES, AT THE FOOT TOGGERY SOLE AGENTS NELSON ff GOW The Royal Collieries Ltd., fully paid up shares at 3 7c. For full particulars see ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK J J f STIRLING I TRUE FRIENDS J AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE R. A. Davis Stirling MARINO-HOWELL CON- TEST TONIGHT. The contest for the lightweight championship of Canada promises to be one of the most interesting con- of the present time. Both men are in-the pink of condition, hav- ing been training1 very hard for the past week and lovers of the manly j art are promised that the' advent of a championship battle in Lethbridge will be a contest in the. full meaning of the word. They are both out to win. A. E. Humphries, who has agreed :o act as referee we al] know, and :he best man will win. The Lyceum has erected a temporary addition on the new stage and with the new ad- dition there will be ample accommo- dation for all who wish to see the contest. The usual performances will start at 7.30 and end at 9.30. The building will then be emptied again and thrown open for are those that wear well, and Ger- man's footwear always do. They also servo you faithfully by furnish- ing a greater degree of coujfort, not only to your feet, but to your mind als, as then you know you have: the handsomest and most stylish shoes that, money can buy. Shoes that un- der the adverse circumstances you need never be ashamed of. F, German TheShoeman Between Sage's and Ma Tai and Sam Lee under bylaw 8, section 19, have been notified that after the 31st of January they shall discontinue the use of their present buildings to carry on business as laundrymen. Illustrated address on "Life of Christ" at Westminster Church, North Ward, tomorrow evening, un- der the auspices of the Young Peo- ple's Society. Admission I5c and lOc. NEAR SPUR TRACK Lots 8 and 9 in Block (jfi, wear the Lumber Yards and Flonr Mills, and .'just across street from spur track Stable on property renting for a month. Price, witH'terms, 1. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION Only a few ringside seats left for the Marino-Howtll contest next Mon- day night. 27-3 To the Theatregoers of Lethbridge: I have been given to understand than an- announcement was made from a certain stage in our city last Sat-______________________________ urday night that the act which is to j WANTED-A waitress at the. Coal- dale :Eestaurant, Goaldale Block. 30-6 TO in central location; room for four Apply A. Bru- eliet, Lethbridge." 31-4 12-2 be presented at the Eureka this week is an imitation of the act previously presented at. the Lyceum. All I wish! to say in this respect is that I leave to the theatre. goers of our city to judge for themselves both from the previous acts that have been present- ed at the Eureka, also the one teat will be presented this week, as: to who is playing the imitations -the originals. A. Morris, Mgr, Eureka. 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 Jl "The Life of illustrated, at Westminster Church tomorrow evening lOc and I5c. NOTICE. I, the undersigned, proprietor of the -Dye Works, will transfer my business to Lethbridge. OPERATIONS TO COMMENCE FEB. 1ST, 1909. Being an experienced man of many yc-ars' standing, in the dyeing' and Citaiiing of ladies' and.'gentlemen's .g.-.nnents, I solicit a trial. Snt.isfact.ion guaranteed. D. DAVIS, Manager. 3 lots on Westminster Roatl, facing east, easy terms G. C McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block Owing to tN boxing exhibition atj the Lyceum tonight the accompanied Mr, Neidig to the springs On her return she had the doctor call- ed to examine Clifford, her son, who was on Sunday afternoon quarantined for chicken pox. The regular meeting of the Fort- nightly Club will be held at Miss Mackay's, 515 Crabb Street, on Tues- day evening at eight o'clock. This will be the first evening in Hamlet, and a most interesting meeting is an- ticipated. Marion Blake, operatic star, at the Lyceum tonight. Rev. W. T. Stackhouse, superintend- will be continuous from 7.30 to jent ol missions for the Baptist Church p.m. in western Canada, has resigned to accept the secretaryship for Canada of the Baptist division of-the Laymen's Missionary movement. The Stafford village council for this jyear is composed of W. Buxtom, chair man, 31. Daymouth and J. W. Cook, and Chas. Peacock, secre- C. D. Preston, boiler maker at the Iron Works, returned this morning from Taber, where he was engaged on a job the Scranton Coal Co. J. for some years the j representative of the Produce Supply Co. of Camrose, has severed his connection with this firm and will in future travel in the interest of Messrs. Phmkett and Savage. Mr, j Harrovrer is in the city today.. not! tickets for Marino- Reserve your seats for "The Devil tonight. J. Halstead of Calgary has been appointed general freight agent for the C.P.R.. in Alberta. -The territory assigned to Mr. Halstead includes the main line of the C.P.R. from Swift Current to Laggan, the Crow's JJest line from Dunmore Junctioo to'Frank and the line from Macleod to Strath- sona. Mr. Halstead will report to the assistant freight traffic manager in Winnipeg- S. Morse, of Winnipeg, has been appointed travelling freight agent of the western section of the western section of-the C.P.R, with headquarters at Calgary. Lyceum box office open all day for the sale of seats for the Stoddcrt Stack Co., -in 'The en next Wednesday and for the production of "The Devil" on Thurs- day evening. Get your setts now.27-6 LUMBER DISCUSSION hardly necessary. You do "argue about the superiority oi a good! boxing contest. egg- over a bad one. You know same with lumber. it. GOOD, THOROUGHLY SEASONED boards such as we sell are not to be compared with tho other kind. If you have had no experience in lum- ,ber buying take a hint from those who have had plenty. They insist on having good lumber only. They come here for they knonv this is the surest place to get just what they require. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23 183 office open all day. Lyceum box 27-3 We are clearing out a few lines of PAPETERIES At 25c Regular 40c. 50c and 60c SEE WINDOW J. J. Johnston FnmntJoa Dmffist -QUALITY QUARTERS- A Matter Lyceum Wire Door Mats, 18 x 30 Cocoa Door Mats, 18 x30 Two Nights starting WEDNESDAY, Jan. 20 Mr. W: L. STEWART Presents THE STOCK COMPANY The Best Dramatic and Vaudeville Company Playing Canada Producing Plays of the Better Kind OPENING PLAY O lO 1 Beautiful Vaudeville Costumes Special Scenery Advanced Vaudeville Between Acts THURSDAY NIGHT Asbestos Stove Mats, in. diameter, wired covered and metal bound, with and with- out handles Sc "If Yon Live Ovt of Town write DEiZILi ImmS I f iVi A I I 75c and 50c ;