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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta WNEST JOB PRINTING ATTHE HERALD THe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACK TO STAY Hi wu Wash 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 recommenu The One Minute Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention THE HICK HARDWARE CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 II i Just Received KODAK GOODS have just put iutu stock a large shipment of -Kodaks and accessories, such a? solio paper and post cards, velox paper and posr cards. M.Q. powders, tank Kodak acid, tri- pods, flash fchects, graduates' ABC developing outfits.. Royal plates.- Kodak? and Cameras, dried carbonate of soda, and dried sulphite of soda. Look over your wants in this line, and let us till your orders. J.D. HipiiottiainSCo.Ltii. Family Telephone nd Dispensing Ch Night The Store of Quality Just Received Carrots Turnips Beets Onions Cabbage Potatoes PHONE 21 Gnnimnrrg p nn UnHUDLLn UK Only UXiOX Stare In the City Feb. 14th be here You mil be wanting some of the ''Pretty Artistic Valentines." You vill -find our stock very pretty and ranges from 2 for 5c up. f lOlERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Boor lest of Onion Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. CITY AND DISTRICT W.C.Simmons arrived in the city last night from his trip in the east. The first exposure of the Mysterious Fontinelie at the Eureka tonight. L. E. Townsend and D. F. Rob-bins of Stirling were in the city yesterday. G.P.Gordon and wife arc in the city the day on business. There a THE WEATHER. Edmonton, snowing .04 G .4 Calgary, fair .......01 22 6 Lethbridge. cloudy 49 16 Medicine" Hat., cloudy 4S 20 Forecast. Alberta Northerly winds: colder, with lisht local snow- CITY AND DISTRICT. A. Price, general superintendent C. P. R. of Calgary, J. Haistead, gen- eral freight agent.. C.S. ilaharg, su- nuiuerous cases of scarlet! perintundeat and J. Morse, assistant the fevsr reported in the city today district freight agent, were from the health department. city today on business. today from Sweet Grass, Montans. j The Program clock for the new Big matinee tomorrow afternoon at school has arrived and may be seen the Lyceum. at McKeuzoe Soy's. A large bunch of land seekers are A new lot of Victor double records, registered at the local hotels which price 90c, at Robertson's Book Store. by the way are all full up. Archie Johnston, has been appoint- G.W. Wagner, of Eegina, came in to eci city solicitor for Xelson, B. C. I the city last night and is spending th j John T. H'olden, aged 23, who was the day ob business. living with his uncle, Jonn Holden, city .today. i near Seven Persons, lost his life in a at i '.'i I A Question i Of Beauty Clear the skin of chaps, roughness and redness with our Violet Cream Apply it before going out and- it protects the skin against chaps. Good for babies as well s grown-ups. Nkft Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists J 1.1. TO, If, IHIMW blizzard last week. i the Lyceum tonight. Fontinelie taken apart at the was on deck at theireka tonight. Eu- Lyceum last night. It was splendid- i presented and delighted a packed i theatre. J i The ladies' hockey team, at Pincherj I Creek have written sta-ting that they! I would like to arrange a series of i i games with the ladies of Lethbridge. i 3IcKenzie Roy expect to have the I electric fixtures installed in the new Conductor Bone of the silk train, which was wrecked near Medicine Hat has disappeared and cannot be found. J. Lamb, of'Winnipeg, president of the Northern League, is going to make a tour of the West in a short time and find out the feeling towards a Canadian league. He will vosit D. (Si A. Corsets On Exhibition at CD, LTD. A full line of sixes in this celebrated make Now is the time to secure from our bargain table a choice Dress or Skirt length at prices marked on Red Tickets. Men's Suits for f 6 .11. 50 Come in and see original prices in Overcoats sheep- lined coats at favorable re- ductions. Grocery Trophy Jelly Powder 4 pack- ages for 25c, Finnan Haddie, Scotch Kippers and Fresh Oysters. SpeciaJ Prices in odd lines of Glassware J. BROWN CO. LTD. Queen Quality THE POPULAR SHOE FOR LADIES, AT THE FOOT TOGOERY SOLE AGENTS NELSON GOW o I n o One lot on Coutts St., block 35. terms ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK bargains m- Groceries Cut G-ood's ad out of yes- terdays Herald and keep 'it for reference. Thursday, Friday and Saturday are bargain clays THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery' Phone 98. A SNAP? Will exchange a 6 roomed modem house, near the Central School, for Sorili Ward Lots. Mufct have about on the trade. For particulars enquire L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block Actors Guests At a Supper ry maze of dancing was kept up un- til the wee sma' hour of 3 a.m. Mrs. Gravers arranged the supper, and the guests desire to express to her their appreciation for her thought- fulness and--kindness. Moose Jaw, Eegina, Calgary, Ednion- church next week. There will be two j toQ) Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. 30 light clusters also one 8 light and j ___________ one 6 lights. Entire change of motion pictures at the Eureka tonight. The Knox Church choir and friends were last night entertained by Miss McLennan, to an evening of music and song. About twenty yourg peo- pie gathered in answer to invitations sent out, and a really enjoyable time CONFERENCE AT WASHINGTON. Washington, Jan. States Secretary of State Root, Ambassador Bryce, and Canadian Minister of Jus- tice Hon .A. B. Aylesworth, had a The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Jjtd, if Calgary, has been appointed of the estate of the John W. Stuchell, who died at Macleod a number of years ago. LUMBER DISCUSSION is hardly necessary. You do net argue about the superiority of a good egg orer a bad one. You know it. Just the game with lumber. QOOO, THOROUGHLY SEASONED boards such as we sell are not to be compared with the other kind. If hare had no experience in lum- ber bufing take- a hint from those who have had plenty. They insist on having good lumber only. They here for it., because they know this the surest place to get just they require. was spent, the party breaking up at 2 o'clock this morning. Miss Burke, head dressmaker for the Hudson's Bay Co., is ill and the department is closed for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Foster and daughter Margaret, returned this -af- ternoon from a visit to Seattle, Wn. H. Watson; government veterinary, and Mrs. Watson, are registered at the Balmoral. Chigo.. the Japanese Wonder, at the Lyceum. We would like to draw the atten- tion of the public to the fact that one ol the best poultry shows' ever ever held" in the West is to come off. on Feb. 2nd, 3rd and 4th in Oliver's Hall. Those, who take an interest in the poultry world should make a point to be there. Also those who would like to see to what perfection the breeding of the specimens of the "feathered tribe" has come to. Don't fail to see the De Comas at the Eureka tonight. __, For the last three morningrs there has been a clear docket at the city police court, the only excitement be- ing the question "of the Chinaman's appeal from the sentence imposed for keeping gaming and generally disor- derly house. This is to, be brought up at the next District Court when Mr. Harris will be counsel for the de- fense and C.F.P. Conybeare will act on behalf of the Chief of Police, rep- resenting the city. Popular prices at the Lyceum to- night. long conference at the State Depart- ment this afternoon regarding the proposed Newfoundland fisheries treaty. On account of the absence of Mr. Kent, the Newfoundland Min- ister of Justice., who was delayed in reaching Washington, the conference was not concluded, and will be re- sumed tomorrow. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION FOE black horse, 4 years old. Apply to S. and G. Tuff, Hffl Block. 35-3 TO rooms. Apply corner Bompas and Smith St., or Box 615, City. 35-6 furnished room, by young man. Address P.O. Box ,425, Lethbridge. 35-2 LADIES, ATTENTION Mrs. S. Jones, Ivy Cottage, North is now ready to take orders- for' children's clothes and ladies3 blouses and underwear, on the. short- est notice. Box 302, City. 35-24 A Matter Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 83 MM! 123 Some people who bought one box of our Paper and Envelopes at 25 have come back next day and got two more at same price. Get your share before it is all gone. J. J. Johnston Kescriptvjs Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERt- Wire Door Matt, 18x30 Cocoa Door Mats, 18x30 Asbestos Stove Mats, in. diameter, wire covered and metal bound, with and out 5c DEPLORES BRIT5SH POLICY. Morning Post J thinks the attitude of the British Gov- j eminent regarding Newfoundland j lias been .deplorable, but j hopes now the weight of British dip-j loiiiats. will be in the side of the j oldest colony. It trusts also that; Mr. Bryce will display becoming firm- ness, after calling, in representatives i of the colonies concerned. j The crowded hall last night _ saw 1 the final presentation of "The Dar- J ling of the Geishas" so far as St. i Augustin's is concerned, the next it will 'fsake before, the public will be at one of the theatres in the city. The last performance was in every way superior to the others. After the play the members of the company were entertained at a sup- per which had been prepared by friends of the church, and all the performers, with a great _ many sat down to a sumptuous re- past. After supper C- F. P. Cony- Toeare. in a speech, 'said that he had nothing 'but well merited approval for those who had so ably helped to, make the play a success, and thank- ed all for their hard work. Eev. J. S. Chivers also thanked the chorus and soloists for rendering the work in so sympathetic a manner. raised during the year. The club then presented, a pretty. The Woman's-'Foreign Missionary jeweled stick pin to -Mr.- Allan Allen, raised who had with infinite pains under- The election of officers was as tol- i! Fifteen Roomed House Centrally located. 2 blocks from business centre. Soap for boarding house prop- For particulars Skeith Tillev Gor. Dufferin and Round Sts. Phone 197. NORTH WARD LOTS 46 x 120 ft., on McKillop St.. close to Railroad. S200 each. Terms to suit ptir- c baser. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK "1 NEW CHURCH SOON BE READY (Continued From Front Page) and sent of this amount to the hospital at Vegreville.. The Maple Leaf Mission 'Band taken the management of this pro- duction and the training of the players, and-to whom, the excellence of its stage direction. was due.. Mr. Allan Allen was complimented upon his representation of a difficult char- acter, and it was generally conceded that he- had created .this part in a U. Rylands and C. V. Bennett. W. B. Burnett. Ripley. Congregational V. Bennett. Macbeth, Crad- masterlv manner, as. also had his Asher and Kirkhwn. support, Mr. May; to this duet of It is very likely that- the number of clever actors aU those assembled gave; elders will be increased to six :n-the heartv thanks and applause. near future in order to de- those matids of a rapidly growing present took the floor, and the mer-, gallon. _, At German's Stocktaking Sale To Rent New cottage one block of Westminster school. G. C. McDonald Room 6, Whitney Block Is your Land in M miles of letlihridge? IF SO I CAN SELL IT Farms, Banches ami City Property Loans and Insurance ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRJDGE ALBERTA Staff onHpew Co. If You Live Out of Town write The Pioneer Lumber Coitl Has taken ovet the business of the. Enterprise Lumber Co., and solicits the patronage of all customers of the old Company, as well as the public generally. We will deal only in the highest grades of Lumber and Build- ing Material. Prompt attention to Large and Small Orders. Estimates gladly furnished. The Pioneer Lumber Co. ltd. R. RANEY, Local Manager A.B. Cook, of Taber, is in the today. A N5CHT BURNS. The Lefbbridge Scotties arc.prepar- ing for a grand celebration in Oli- ver's Hall on Monday evening, 25th inst.. the anniversary- of their famous bard. Burns. Those who at- tended -the Euros-, night a year, ago need not be. .told that a good night i? to be had on this occasion. The Rev. A. M7 Gordon has kindly con- be present to give a few remarks, and amongst others who .are expected to contribute to the evening's enjoyment Horr. Calcler, Harrington; pianist. Mr. A .Ely; violinist, Mr. Naismith; Mrs. Horn Mr. White Mr. J. McMillan (the master violin- ist, with violin Miss Archer etc. A Scotch supper will be served in the Hub, and..a pleasant time is! anticipated. Tickets on sale at Nelson and Gov's, A. Macdonald and J, and A. Johnstpne (North or from any of tho committee. Buy where you are sure of good value and dependable quality in.. Lumber and Building Material Our patrons are our best advertising medium. Ask any of our customers as to the quality and prices of the Building Supplies turned out of our yard Wood Fibre Plaster and Exshaw Cement always in stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER. CO. LTD. City Smith of Ellison PHONE 225 P.O. BOX 654 .c A I -3 ;