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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ttfffST JOB PRINTING ArTiHE HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY In Litfcbrtyi is tli Ullll IOTE Wash Machines When in need of a Wash J Machine don't forget to call and examine our stock. J We have a large assort- liient and the prices are right. We specially recommend J The One Minute j Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention f THE REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box Webb's Confec- tionery carry a nicely assorted Hi if i if Chocolate. These are fresh, and handsomely packaged. J-AvryboJy has a sweet tvoth fill it. The prtoo depends on the siv-x of tin- tooth. Our stock is d-.-an aiul fresh. HipiiotiiaiiiSCo.itil, Family and Dispensing Telephone Night clerk I The Stove of Quality j Only a few days left y to buy at cost PHONE 21 i G. BRHi CO. lite Only Store in the City THE WEATHER. Iv.hnonum, C-ilarary, fair L -thbruijri', cU-ar ..-r..... A Sons of England Lodge will Le j Hat. fair organized at Pincher Creek. clear CITY AND DISTRICT 10 oG 39 40 36 r MOVING fcPlCTURES.1 V ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE VAUDEVILLE Fontinelle Miss Langdon The World's Mystery The Famous linger and Plum Tree Girl 1. The Plank '2. Unfortunate Start :i. Boy's Half Holiday 4, .Shadow of the Law Like lo Squeeze You" Prices I5c and 25c Continuous Performance From 7.30 to 10.45 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. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STOHE 1st Boor West of linioR Sank Phone 25! Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Che Old Shaver finds all the needs for a comfortable shave in our stock of Razors, Strops. Brushes, Soap etc. Also a fine application that keeps the face smooth llterta Drug and Book Co. i Prescription Specialists 1.1, XiPLEY, Mgr. LETHBRIOCE Mrs. F. J. McKeown left on the j dyer Sunday morning on u visit to j relatives in Chicago. A. Shields, acting numager ofj iho Merchants Bank at Olds, has bettn. promoted to manager of the Car i stairs branch. j UNION Musicians only at the Ly- ceum. Band every night. I Gravenimrst. Ont.. Banner: ilr. R. j LuJc leaves for Lethbridge. Alberta. j this J. F. Qurcien, oi Michel, formerly j of Lethbridge. was brought to the j city on Saturday from Michel, where j' he had both feet frozen. His friends will regret to know that he may lose both feet. i The Scotch residents of Monarch: propose holding a Bobby Bums Anni- j versary dance Morrison's Hall! on Jan. Come one. come all. j Admission SI.00. Lndies free. j Christian" tomorrow night at! the Lyceum. General admission, reserves, 50c, 75c and SI.00. ficc open all day. G. W. Meldrum, manager of Car- stairs branch of the Merchants Bank, axid formerly accountant at Olds, has (seen appointed manager of the Olds i branch to succeed H. S. Craig. Lyceum box office open all day for the sale of seats for the Mild conditions have prevailed in ill the Prairie Provinces, and the iv.'.-iihiM- has been mostly fair. and Saskateh- and moderately cold Wednesday milder. and colder today and >n_ Wednesday. I Stock Co., in "The on j j next Wednesday evening, and for the! production of "The Devil" on Thurs- I day evening. Get your seats now.27-5 Manager Nourse has been notified that the new building for the Cana- dian Bank of Commerce wKl be placed under construction early in the spring the tenants of the stores on the site been notified .that they will have j to vacate the premises. The engagement is announced of i Miss Cairine Mackny, daughter of the j JHon. Robert and Mrs. M'ackay, Mon- j jtreal. and sister of G. B. Mackay of this city, to Norman Wilson, QX.-3J..P., of Rockland, Ont. The marriage will take place the end of next month. CITY AND. DISTRICT. Miss Black has returned from a hol- iday at her home in Calgary. T. McKay of Eew Dayton is vi- siting the city today on business. H. Scott of Edmonton is ing in the city for a or so. W. C. Simmons will not return to the city until Friday or Saturday of this week. Nsw accommodations at the Ly- ceum. No crowding. Comfort for all. A. F. Werts of Bow Island came in last, night and is registered at the Dallas. The annual meeting of the Presbyter Box of- iiau will be held on Wed- 'nesday evening next at S.30 In the, i old church building. Marion Stake, operatic star, at the! Lyceum tonight. W. Douglas, whose place of bus- I i ness was burned to the ground in the! i rect-nt fire at. Tuber, was in the city i Stoddart !yeslerday. Business. SWEET LAVENDER PINERO'5 DELIGHTFUL 3-ACT COMEDY AT THE EUREKA THEATRE TWO NIGHTS ONLY COMMENCING MON. JAN. The Company presenting this popular Comedy is com- posed of the best Amateur Dramatic Talent in the city PROCEEDS FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES Reserve Your Seats Now Plan at Higinbotham's Drug Store Queen Quality THE POPULAR SHOE FOR LADIES, AT THE FOOT TOOGERY Tl SOLE AGENTS NELSON GOW The Royal Collieries Ltd., fully paid up non-assess- able shares at 37c. For full particulars see STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 Rev. Martin Bergh will conduct a service for Scandinavians at the home of JMr. .John Johnson, 606 Hound St. tomorrow night (Wednesday) S o'clock p.m. All Scandinavians are cordiallv invited. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION BOARDERS and board. per week: in a modern house: also two largrr unfurnished rooms to rent. Apply 526 Bartlett St. 32-1 Jan. 16, one red and white cow. with rope on her brand- T. Lovelace, of Great Falls, is now travelling for Swift Co., the big meat packers. }fr. Lovelace is staying in the city for a few days.' A large shipment of live stock, con- signed to various settlers in the north countr is expected of the clay. arrive Three big acts, six big feature pic- tures, at the Lyceum tonight (excel- j Edmonton Bulletin: Miss 3Iary G-rey' was such a popular visitor in Edmonton a year ago, was married to 3Ir. Manager Brown has his new addi- J3 tfon in use, and the Lyceum no seats 600 there is room for you. Ernest Mewburn in Ottawa morning. Mr. and Mrs. w'ill take up their residence j sketch lots of jat Braemer Lodge in Calgary, about the beginning of March. "The Devil" on Thursday night at the Lyceum. Get your seats early. Olds Gazette: Mrs. Bliss and daugh- ter Ethel returned from Lethbridge on in the course See Chijo, the Japanese wonder, at the Lyceum tonight. G. Green of Raymond reports i news from that point of bustle, j remarks that the new buildincs up are to be great. j A petition for, a post office "at Roy- al City has been sent to the govern- ment and prospects for securing one are promising. A bankrupt sale of dry goods is being held in the Oddfellows' Block this week. This is an opportunity to secure high class goods at your own price. Oliver -Hall, Lethbridge, two nights, Jan. 20th and 21st, The Empire Vau- SR on left ribs and 5D on right ribs; suitable reward for return or any information leading to the same. Apply J. Mitchell. 1246 Bomri'ffs St. east. 32-3 LADIES, ATTENTION! Mrs. S. Jones. Ivy Cottage, North Ward, now ready to take orders for children's clothes and ladies' blouses and underwear, on the short- est- notice. Box -302, City. 32-24 A CAR LOAD OF VEGETABLES To arrive today 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 W, STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites. Farm Lands, find Coat Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE A. Davis Stirling Alta. TRUE FRIENDS an? those that wear well, and 'Ger- man'.? footwear always do. They also serve you faithfully by furnish- i-ijr a great-el- degree of comfort, .not- only to your 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 most adverse circumstances you iwl never be ashamed of. F. German 21 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 Between Sage's and CONFECTIONERY of the choicest sort. Every delicious variety, all the old-time favorites, delightfully pure and good. A BOX OF CANDY will make a pleasing woman or child. gift to man, Moil's Handy Kitchen W WEAR. SALE IS BOOMING AHEAD OF ANY PREVIOUS SALE OF THE KIND._____________ WILL CONTINUE ALL THIS WEEK deviile the Handcuff Queen; the Billionaire Trio, comedy artists; Signer Joseph St. Claire, European harpist; the De Comas, sensational novelty acrobats; Weaver and Williams, refined enter- tainers; Dave Gaston, Australian comedian; making in all the greatest vaudeville bill ever seen in the West. Wednesday, where Miss Ethel under- j Prices 75c and 50c. Tickets on sale went a second operation. She is much improvwl jji health, and her friends are delighted at her recovery. W. H. Eobson wife and family left last night for Burton City on tt.e Arrow Lakes, to locate on a fruit farm. Mr. and Mrs. Eobson leave behind them many friends who regret (heir departure. "The Life of illustrated, at Westminster Church tomorrow evening IQc and I5c. at J. D, Hrginbotham's. J DISCUSSION ;is hardly necessary. You do not argue about the superiority of a good egg over a had one. You it. Just the same with lumber. GOOD, THOROUGHLY SEASONED boards such as we sell are not t.n be .compared with the other kind. If you have had no experience in lum- her buying take a hint from those who have had plenty. They insist on having good lumber only. T-hey come here for it, because they know is the surest place to pot just what they require. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23 and 123 on January llth. to Mr. and Mrs. Schweitzer, a son. Some people say bought one box of onr Paper and Envelopes at 25 have come back next day rind got two more at same price. Get your share before it is all gone. J, J. Johnston Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERi- A Matter Wire Door 18x30 Mats, Asbestos Stove Mats, 8v in. diameter, wire covered and metal bound, with and with- out handles 5c FOR STYLE and FINISH Our 1909 WHITE WEAR IS IN a CLASS by ITSELF On Sale This Week "If You Live Out of Town write Ut" Beautiful White Nainsook Night Gowns All new goods, not a carried over from last season, all sailing at cut sale prices. Each Jli, 2.M, 2.W, 1.M, 1.25, I.K, fie THIS WAIST 7Sd Pretty Underskirts They come lace and embroidery trimmed, with deep lawn flounce and dust frill, at each JIM, 2.M, 2.1, 1.51, 1.25 and I.H EVERY ONE A BARGAIN A. MACDONALD CO. THE CASH STORE -------PHONE 34------- I To Rent -New cottage one block west of Westminster school. G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block ;