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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fNtST 101 HUNTING HERALD IFe Lethbridge Daily Herald 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 The One Minute Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET i: We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Initial Note Papers Lethbridge Note Papers InPapeteries or Tablets For fine Stationery go to IDIEITSON'S lOOX STORE 1st fesr Vnt af Union Ink Phone Mi Afentx for Undtrwocd Typewriters. ONLYMEDiCINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century. Please keep the a Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week On Sundays and Public Holidays we ara open from 10.30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1 p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 8.30 to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell HNILT 1X1 BISPfdSKG CHEMISTS CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality Just Received Another Shipment SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS and BACON PHONE 21 e. mm co. Tie CnlyuilOI Stored the City THE WEATHER. Krlmo'fiton. clear.......6 Calgary, clear Andrew TilJey ami bride have re-! Lethbrid'ge, cloudy 24 turned from the east. They will oc-1 Medicine Hat, clear ___ 24 cupy Senator residence. Winnipeg, raining 36 The reaf Fontinelli taken apart at Eureka tonight. A Question 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-upg. llterti Drag and look Co. Prescription Specialists 1.1. Win, AT THE EUREKA. 'Tis not in mistake, to command we'll do it. This seems to be the motto adopt- The plan for the James Fax Con- and cold. cert under the auspices of the Young j -Men's Club is now ready at Higinbo- tham's. Your last opportunity to see the De Comas at the Eureka tonight. Boyd, Goode Co.. have purchased j b-v thl'se Popular caterers of pub- txvo lots on Smith St. oh the south ilic amusement, Al Morris and Sandy i side immediately south of Oliver's! a'jd if Success should be I lumber yard. They will erect a ware-! to anyone it is surely coming i house. -to thfin. This week has been one of; The question that has been puzzling lht' successful since 4lieir com.; mencrment. The house was again; packed last night with an enthusias tic audience., who fully appreciate' every item of the programme. Spe To The Public Tbe Citizens' Luiifber Co. beg to aunounce fchut they purchased the Lumber Business of E. ADAMS, and are prepared to supply LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL of all kinds at the closest marketable prices. Informa- tion and Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. The Citizens Lumber Co. Yards at Lethbridge. Warner, Milk River, Coutts. Coaldale, Grassy Lake, Bow Island, Winnifred, Irvine. Walsh A Large Atuortment of Children's Classic Shoes Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY SOLE AGENTS NELSON 8? GOW EACH. 52 lots in Block. J of a mile from the new school, and one mile from business centre. i'ash, balanceS and 0 months.' ALBERT E. IVES, PHONE 297 BLOCK I Discounts all theatregoers will be solved to- night at the Eureka. "What is _. _ TLe Ladies Aid of Knox Church have a balance on hand of S693 45 ine amount stated vesterdav was mention must be made of th Comas, who by their clever per i iormance fully justified their righ On account of the inability to heat if., thy prefix "wonderful." Especial both the auditorium and the club ly good was the masterly way in room bofn the Boy's club and Mis- which Mademoiselle executed some sion Band at Wesley Church will fae j remarkable feats on the rolling globe called off tomorrow morning. I the extraordinary tumbling o "Sweet under the aus-JMr. De Comas, elicited the greates pices of the Y.M.C., on Monday night j at the Eureka. At Wesley Church tomorrow morn- ing, the pastor's topic will be "The Universal Incarnation" and his even ing- topic "The Price of 'a Life." Sittings .free. Strangers welcome. Seed spring wheat wanted. Prefeh that raised on non-irrigated land. Call with samples. .The O. W. Kerr Co., Whitney Block. i Rev- T. C. Buchanan, president of Alberta Conference and Superintend- enthusiasm. The sensation of the evening centred, however, arounc that- greatest of mechanical myster- ies. "FontineUf." This act has t invar many imitations on the road and they are but imitations, and Fontinelle's act is far superior h mechanical contrivance. Tonight will be the best opportunity for the public to decide for themselves what it is. It has mystified thousands, j and will mystify thousands more, but the shroud will be lifted tonight ent of Missions for Alberta, is in the city today. He will preach at West- minster Church. North Ward, tomor- row evening, at the Royal Co.Uieries in the afternoon and at-White's'school house in the morning'. His subject will he Christian IVIissions. "Sweet by local talent, under the auspices of the Young men's Club, on Monday and Tues- day, at the Eureka. fiev. G-. H. M'cLaughlin of Granum comes to tbe city tomorrow to con- st, each performance. Your last chance to see the Mys- Fontme'lle at the Eureka to. night. duct Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Red- mond. Cutbill St., on January 20, a daughter. a series of evangelistic services WANTED TO 4 to 6 ft. plate glass "cigar case; also National cash register; must be in good condition. Address N. M., P.O. At German's Stocktaking Sale Get In On This DAD'S the Lord Mayor's Son AN INCIDENT AT MACLEOD. There occurred yesterday at Macleod rather an amusing incident in connec- tion with the visit of the Lethbridge hockey team. Dave Winkler has a trick at least he says he has. No one has seen him, though Dave positively as- sures everyone that he exists. He does the hop, step and jump, turns flies, and various other spectaular acts. His delusion proved so perfect I dreamt not long after Dad left for the land of the heather and oat Dad counted on Charley Bowman to sit on the cash box and see that economy was prac- tised. But like other dreams it did not come true for here I find that the finance man, who for years conducted -the city's office on a salary about half the of that paid the present secretary treasurer and with only one assistant, and part of the time, Mr. Bowman paid her admitting the increase in salaries by the old council had his o.k. Now. Charles B. Bow- niiifi was a mighty good official. He had 'the city's business at his finger ends and was worth twice to this city, but he never got anything like that sum. Mr, Eobinson is new at the job and still he gets a chunk of piled into his pocket b'ook as -Carload Of- VEGETABLES Arrived Today CONSISTING OF POTATQES CARROTS BEETS PARSNIPS TURNIPS ONIONS AND CABBAGE. THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. Phone M. an increase less than two years his appointment. after It is true the business of the city, has increased. It has doubled and trebled and so has the office staff. I don't say that the Secretary-Treas- urer, the City Engineer and the city To Rent New cottage one block west of Westminster school. G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block A SNAP if Will exchange a 0 roomed modern house, near the Central School, for North Ward Lots. Must have about on the trade. For..particulars enquire L. S. RIPLEY I TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block NORTH WARD LOTS 46 x 120 ft., on McKillop St., close to Railroad. each. Terms to suit pur- c baser. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK that one of the waitresses at the Em-j Solicitor should not have been riven pire asked Dave, with all sincerity, what he would wish for the dog's supper- "He never eats anything but ol- replied Dave, "but you may bring him out anything you wish and try him." She brought him out a small por- erhouse but when Dave looked under the table for his small pet canine de- usion it was gone. He preserved the dog's victual however for a later eed. the Dt-Comas in their won- derful at the Eureka. LUMBER DISCUSSION fe hardly necessary. You do not argue abont.the superiority of a good fff'OTteir a'bad one. You know it. Just the same with lumber. at Westminster Church, commencing' i Box 495. tomorrow evening at the close of the I regular service, which will be in J charge of Rev. T. C. Buchanan. The j .services will be held every evening and a cordial invitation is extended to ev- eryone to be present as often as pos-j sible. Strangers especially made wel- j come. ..Piano recital by .pupils of Miss! Margaret M. Fraser, AT.C.M., to be! held in St. Augustin's Assembly Hall on Thursday evening, Jan. Mth. Pro- ceeds for the hospital. Admission, 25c. 36.0 LANTERNS -THOROUGHLY SEASONED as we are not to be compared with the other kind. If f ou htTehad no experience in lum- ter buying take a-hint from those have had plenty. They insist taring good lumber only. They here lor it, because they know tibia the surest place to get just what thej require- Lumber Company Ld aa 123 Some people who bought one box of our Paper and Envelopes at 25 have come back day and got two more at aame price. Get your share before it is all J. J. Johnston Ffwriplvtn. Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- Railroad for Coal Oil Cold Blast Regular No. 2 75c and 90c Little Bobbs 30c Stafford-Agnew Co. You Live Out of Town write increases for I believe they were all entitled to advances but what I ob- ject to the chunk the Council took out of the cheque book and handed over to them in a single swipe. Wouldn't some of our bank managers get on a whooping big jamba ree, if they got an increase half that amount. And wouldn't, it be a sight for the gods to see some of the aldermen walking up to their employees on a Saturday night and saying, "Here, old sport, I have de- cided to bulge out your envelope by giving you an increase from to a week." Gee, wouldn't that employee fair dead or immediately wire for accommodation in the asvium for the boss. old homestead where the milk cans used to float off the wagons, and ihe horses had to be hauled out of the puddles with a- logging chain. What perfect drainage we were go- ing to have when the. grading was completed and yet the crossings and walks in many places are submerged with water and the day of long rub- ber boots is still with us and the reign of the canoe and scow is near at hand. Grading be seventy times seventy times blankety blank blank blanked. CONFECTIONERY of the choicest sort. Every delicious variety, all the old-time favorites, everything delightfully pure and good. A BOX OF CANDY will make a pleasing gift to man, woman or child. Ruction's Kandy Kitchen Everything in season served tastily at Tke Coildale Restaurant Coaldale Block So the deeds of last year's Coun- cil are to be framed, only to "gaze upon, but not to be tampered with, s that what we put the new Coun- cil in the city hall for? Why I had a hunch that a new broom was sup- posed to sweep clean but the tip was wrong. I am young yet and am learning every day but I was told when I was being rocked to sleep in the cradle, once, that a new nurse always made it a practice never to follow the old nurse's ways and as I passed on through life, I found that this rule, was followed in other vo- cations, too. I have -even heard it murmured that if a business was going to the wall it was the wise thing to get rid of the manager and j engage a new one. I never heard though, that, the new one should j adopt the old one's ways and let the I business follow the old course. How- ever, that seems to be the new Coun- cil's idea. The old Coun- cil's record is as white as an angel's vobe and must not be touched. Such is life on the banks of the Belly River. "See Rome and is nothing to be compared with the desire of many citizens "to" see a sidewalk" in front of their home and then die" from the shock. What sights one witnesses these fine days on streets lined with fine homes, populated by well to do people, but- with nary s. sidewalk. You have seen the woman with her silks trudging along through the mud, hesitating, yes, stopping for a min- ute, two minutes, three minutes to lean over and pull a rubber out of its suddenly found burial place and endeavor to replace it on her neat little tootsie wootsie, while standing on the other foot, and with the other hand doing its blestest to hold the skirts above the earth; If I was an alderman and witnessed such a sight I would go and lay a sidewalk down myself if I couldn't persuade the Council. The sidewalks will come- in the summer time when the streets are dry. Is Your Land in I of Letlihridge? miles IF so i CAN SELL IT I C. W. COOK 1 Farms, Eacches and City Property Loans and Insurance ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRIDCE ALBERTA I wish Dad was here so that T could ask him the reason for having to widen the cement walk 'on Glyn St. between Dufferin and Bompas Sts. This patching up business shows rank judgment somewhere. The best dramatic talent in the city will preient "Sweet Lavender" at the Eureka on Monday and Tues- Don't the graded you of the country streets remind road near the Carriages and Go Carts You will always find, complete assortiti of thete goods ai this store. We take great (rare that in buying carriages, be thoroughly adapted to this country. Onr carriages are equipped with the iroat durable costly springs on the market. Yet our prices are so reasonable that even our regular customers are surprised. THE TURPIN FURNITURE CO. Everything For the Home day evenings under the Y.M.C. the auspices of I Fifteen Roomed House Centrally located, 2 blocks from business centre. Snap for bodrding house prop- osition. For particulars i Skeith Tilley: Cor. Dufferin and Round Sts. Phone 197. Don't fail to tee this wonderful machine taken to pieces at the Eu- reka. 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 tbe quality and prices of the Building Supplies turned out of onr yard Wotd Fibre Master ind Exshaw Cement always in stock THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Lethbridre, Hew Danon, City Yird South of Ellison Mill. PHONE 225 P.O. BOX 654 ;