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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ifr" FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS HolelWiiidsor Best a Day Hotel in Alberta s? WHEN IN 'LETHBRIDGE v The Dallas Hotel J Is the Best and Most Convert- lent Place to. Stay -I- -I- 'i" 4- 4" 4" 'I" Do You Have Twuble With Your Cooking Range Does it do the work that yon want it to do in a satisfactory Or if yon are thinking, of buying a new range let us help yon to decide on the best one to buy.' Stewart Ranges Satisfy! Because they bake perfectly top and Lot-torn. 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 perfect satisfction in every respect. Prices. and Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Phone 762 P. 0. Box 670 Ws Give Special Attention to Mall Orders Valentines Our stock of boxed valentines is complete all ro address to the friends across the water. All Kinds All Prices ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1265. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND TYPEWRITERS We're Doing Business i Store never was closed on account of fire We can handle your orderSj and promise our usual excellent service ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIFLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Not The Only W ay Bitting in a refrigerator, or on a block of ice is not the only tray jou may catch cold. More colds are taken from sitting in a draft, or getting over-heated and then taking a chill. Our business is to offer a remedy that will cure a cold, no matter how taken. And, we have one to offer in PECTORAL BALSAM Prepared and botded on the premises. We recommend and guar- antee this preparation. A BOTTLE. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things T that he knows must he done. How ahout your farsightedness? Can't you see you will have to do some fixing up around the place before long, some repairs that will require some lumber. Then why put it off! 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. he sure and see us f'rst. even if you have to drive out of your way to get here. IT WILL PAY YOU IX DOLLARS AND CEXTS TO DO THIS Rogers-Cunainghain Lumber Co. ACADFA BLOCK NORTH 523. Limited EAST 422. White Corn Syrup Clear as a crystal Most delicious lable syrup. Xo other syrup just as fine as this. 5 Ib. tins; price, Vineland Canned Fruits and Vegetables Packed in sanitary tins only. Everything picked ripe and canned right, by experts only. We are soie agents for Southern Alberta for these fine goods. Special prices on these goods in case lots. THE GOOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE- PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY i THE WEATHER 40 10 40 38 U S clear i'ort Artnur, clear LC-uibriuge, cloudy ___ Calgary, cloudy ___.., tdmoaron, clear Winnipeg, fair....., 'i'he weather in .Manitoba has beeii rair and moderately cold. Further west it has been comparatively mild during the day time at many places, out turned cold at iilght. Forecast and deciftedly cold- er again. Thursday, fine and very cold. and very cold to'Juy and on Thursday. t j and decWedly cold, i CITY AND DISTRICT j -Mrs. 0. L. Taylor and .Mrs. A. Aiu-j sile of Carrnangay were visitors in the city ,yesterday. F. G. Woods, manager of the Bank of .Montreal at Kaymond, was in the city on business yesterday. Bruce beagie, formerly of city and now of Kudyard. Montana, is visiting here for a few days. W. c. Ive's, barrister, went to Cal- gary last night on business for a day or two. everyone taking part in the opera "billie Taylor" is requested to meet this evening for rehearsal at the Ma- jestic theatre at 7.45 o'clock. ti. A. Sinnott, of Calgary, arrived in the city this artenioon on one ci nis periodical visits to look after his interests here. Dominion Immigration -Matr of Coutts, came In from ths south, last night and returned this morning. Sons o! England Red Rose 'degree meeting in Uddtellows hall tonight ar eight o'clock. Ail members are re- quested to attend. bupt. T. .D. Kevin of the A. R. i., went down the line to Cardston yesterday and returned on the delay ed Carclston train this afternoon. viaduct Lodge No. 53, I. O. 0. F.. fleld their regular meeting last nighr, at which trie second degree was con Crockery Glassware Dinnerware Fine China Cut Glass Chamber Sets Brassware Glasses Jardinieres etc, cheapest at K1RKHAM BROS. 315 Crabb Street CITY AND DISTRICT A meeting of all those in the city] uotii adults and boys, iruerestcd hi; the LJoy scout movement will be held; m tue V. M. u. A. auditorium tomor-i row. Thursday uight at eight o'clock.' it is particularly desired ihat the; city do largely represented at tbis: meeting in order to give is wise di-i rectiou. i A man named Grant Abbott was round by Const. Ureeu of the city) ponce late last nignt laying in the] f snow near the C. F. K. telegraph of-; tice, where he had 'become overwhelm! j ed as a result of r. too rree of the stiirt' that cheers and also in j etmates. He was taken to the sta tion and spent the night iu the I Before -Magistrate Hall this luorninaj he admitted being drunk but doubted 1 the insinuation that he was disorder-: I Jy. He was fined 52 and costs and! I asked for time in which to bet some! money. "Can you get the money 1" asked tne magistrate. "No: in this; replied Grant. "Then probably have to take ten coin i j mented the court. j Phone 556 nFuvvh, formerly of Baird and Urown, barristers of Brantifdrd, Ont., nas been in town for a few days. He intends to locate in Alberia and is looking over the ground. Kev. (J. H. Fophara, of St M.ary's Anglican church, North Lethbridgc, who has been confined to his bed t'o the past ten days, is sufficiently re- j covered to be around again. i Ur. G. C. Finhorn. Dominion veter- mary surgeon stationed at 1 D'UreiDe on the boundary, east coutts. is in the city today. i J'he adjourned annual congrec.itlor- I al meeting of Knox church will fee I held tonight at eight o'clock in the cnurch. Tne annual reports of various departments will be recciv ed and other business transacted. K. M. Maclean, investment and in WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE1 For Chilblains TRY OUR POSITIVE CHILBLAIN One or two applications -will give immediate relief and its use for a short time will ef- fect .a certain cure. PRICE 25 CENTS The Store J.DJipootaSCQ.iL] Family and Dispensing Chemists Nlgbi and Day Telephone No N'lehf nn Front Prior Mcses E. Clapp of St. Paal yester-' day was elected to succeed himself as U. S. senator tor .Minnesota. I N. L. Curry was elected president of the East and Centre Grey Conserva-': tive Association. j .Michael Sullivan. build ihe new armories at St.; Joan, N. B. i Senator Oliver was re-elected U. S. senator tor Pennsylvania yesterday, j Miles Poinde.xter. one of Giuord riacnoi's right hand men, was yestcr-; day elected U. S. senator for the state of Washington .by .an overwhelming. .majority over G. F. j i Piestie Beaudin, "of Hull, vrasr i Balking on the street when he siip- ued and fell, biting his toajrue. Hc- filed "shortly after from of blood. j U is reported that the G. T. P. will i be tenderers for the coascructloa of I the Hudson's Bay railroad. i Four prisoners were being taken, j j rrom Sound to Toronto wherti I tne train was wrecked. Bning leogfid from their sSacrcles they work ed like heroes to put out the fire that larfcatcned to burn the train and help j ed save other passengers. After U was over they sabtauted them- selves to their guard arjain. Th? pas-' .-agers will use their influence with tne government to have them recc-s- nize the bravery and honesty of the prisoners. J. Kern, democralic ranilidale: aos-n at the Pictures charge tonight wureka. Two big acts of vaudeville, won't miss it. Read the display ad. on rage 8 re- BUSINESS LOCALS Call GOfi, the Lciisbridgc Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office Crabfa St. 210-0 surance broker, Sherlock btiildinc. Phone 632 Pony Express; basgage left this morning on a trip to the old! transferred, removals, coal, country on business. He will visit i.onuon, Edinburgh and his old home in the north of Scotland before re turning. He expects to be away abom two months. I rom Clayton, of First aveuue north, i Siding Boulder Springs. I returned home yesterday from Stock- noime, Man., where he has been the last inontn. .Mrs. Clayton, who nas oeen visiting there since I summer, also returned. Mr. Clay j ton's friends are congratulating him on an increase to his family while tney were away. KoM. Nimmons. license inspector, returned last night from a trip tnrough the towns east of Lethbridge and reports business in all of them much better than is generally suppos- ed. The mining and Grassy CITY AND DISTRICT I'hc police report an attemj.-t on the parr Or parties unknown to force ajj entrance last niglit into the fruit ant: candy store of Cotaras Bros., in the. tor vice-president in was yester-; day elected U. S. senator for Indiana succeeding Senator LJeveridce. J. ii. Switzer, the newly appointed! engineer for the C. P. R., is seriously ill with typhoid fever at Montreal. Ur. U Archambanlt was elected mn- yor of Hull, Quebec, by a majority of W> over Aid. Bo'.irque. J. .McNetce. glassware importer. was found dead in his office chair. He was 60 years of age. i Ottawa's assessment is an increase of I TEN THOUSAND RAISED FOR CAPT. SULLIVAN'S WIDOW Spokane, Wash., Jan. 000 fund for ttie widow acd children of John T. Sullivan, captain of the uanreilows block, the police force, who was killed: were tied up by the sher-.T an unknown person, was raised by connection with a Spokane Chamber of Commerce; Subscriptions, K. !n over rent. nn less than 35 hours. chiefs and the hose-ransin? fron) to ctiemicai from No. 1 fjre and the ccivcd wtihoni personal solicitation ai and hose wagon from .Vo'lbllL RS tnc re5ult of a let.ier canvass. business at Taberj responded'last nignt to a call from i 'I'orrance .North is on the jump and tne mines at both places ore unable' asout D.U5 o'clock. A quantity of .In get cLt. coal enousrh to keep up Per in the sbacic was consumed and! S obably 70 years of age. c the demand, although are all the men they have room ror. Bow island is all agog over the activities cf the Calgary Xauinu Gat Co. and the merchants and others are looking forward to a splendid year. per in the sbacs tras consumed and! the building scorched subtly of sent of raising the' to enclosing their A wid- iiddition various the but the blaze promptly exting-ilr.hed. iat the Chamber of Commerce and gave a dollar. She said only a mite but she wanted lo g've in SKATING AT THE TONIGHT RINK A apanese money is lo oy the soldiers and their friends win {commercial The ?iv9 a concert consisting of vocal anrtj bc invested in tnist by tbe Chamber i instrumental music, recitations, Commerce trustcs for the widow j s, etc. The proceeds win be for me of the local corps The church has been loaned to the Army for the and children of Captain Sullivan. They win thus have a permanent reg- ular income during Sjcir er.tire life- i time- I Ladies' Section Every article of clothing greatly reduced, nothing reserved. FUR-LINED COATS, BROADCLOTH COATS, DIAGONAL SERGE COATS LADIES1 Plain Silk innny sliadea, not white rrcum luco WHITE- WEAR Ladles' night gowns, timlor- sklris, cortiol "overs, etc. HOSIERY Black Kinh. Crtsti- rnoro. Moijo. Couoa Hose. ThlH sploiuJItl of rreally re- duced. FURS Just a few remaining sets In mink marmot These to be cleared at 25 Per Cem. Off rt Felt Takes the place of plaster. Can be put on in cold weather. Keeps out cold better than anything else. Phone 454- for further information Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest-slock of Lumber In Southern Alberta Our new Bakery Department is making a reputation French and English Pastry a specialty ROCHON BROS. BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. CAFE. QUAKER BREAD THE IIOLSUM KIND Is Dainty. Clean and Sweet You are particular. Madam, are you not, as to what you put on your table? Then why not have the best bread your money can buy. Quaker Bread costs no rnore than ordinary bread. Phono 1027. and we will leave you a sample loaf. I BAKER ;