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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor a Hotel in Herald t WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas-Hotel Is the Best and Most Conven- ient Place to Stay 4, 4, Keen Kutter Meed and Food Chopper food choppers are not choppers at tear crufli the food into a. unf or innately, there is no WIT of knowing this until it is too late. But here is a food chopper that cuts. You cau readily identify it by the trade mark and you know if it is not satisfactory your will be refunded. To be sure of the food gutter that cuts, say i Keen Kutter Meat and Food Chopper It is equipped with for any degree of fineness you wish, nd cuti, quickly and with ease, meats, vegetables, fruits and Mtay tempting diehei be prepared and much waste pre- 'teated by'the of one of the perfect dishes. Sold and guaranteed'by Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. P. O. Box AtUntlen to Mill Valentines Our stock of boxed valentines is.complete all ready to address to the friends across the water. All Kinds V All Prices ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOK WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1265. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS There's a Reason Why nurses and physicians look to us for supplies. It is because TVe take care supply quality. The price adjusts itself. Besides- our stock in this line is complete in every detail. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Not The Only Way Sitting in a or on. a block of ice is_not the onlv you catch, cold. More colds are taken from sitting in a draft, or getting and then taking a chill. Our business is to offer a. remedy that "will curs a cold, no matter how taken. And, we one to offer In JOHNSTON'S PECTORAL BALSAM and bottled on the premises. TVe recommend and guar- tkii preparation. A BOTTLE. JACKSON COPE SHERLOCK SLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS JOHNSTON JACKSON. PHONE 1232. Canned Goods that are Canned Right With only the best of Fruits and Vegetables, canned In Sanitary Tins. No canned goods can better. .The name is "INELAND." To be sure of be FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP Ib. tins; price each ...........25c Ib. Ib. tins ...........2 for 45c Ib. tins ..........2 for 45c GREKN GAGE Jb. tins; each ___20c LOMBARD Ib, this, each ........I5c RED PITTED Ib. tins, each ...25c ib. tins, each ........25c VEGETABLES TOM Ib. tins ...............3 for 50c each ...................60c STRINGLESS ..............I5c getting the best ask for ViNELAND BRAND. PIE FRUITS Ib. tins ....................2 for 35c tins, each Ib. this, each .................20c each ..'..................75c each .65c each ............r.75c each ..............75c Ib. tins, each ...............I5c each.....................50c THE GOOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE- PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY THE WEATHER Calgary, clear 23 Port Arthur, clear 4 Edmonton, clear 20 Lethbridge, nne 29 Winnipeg, fair.................... 0 The weather throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan has been moderate- FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- and rralder today and! Tuesday. Fine aftd mild. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things that he knows must he done. How about your farsightedness? Ciin't you see where 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 st.uff you need next time you're in town? But whenever you "buy. be sure and see us first, even if you have to drive out of your way to get here. IT WILL PAY YOU IN DOLLAM AND CENTS TO DO THIS. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. CITY AND DISTRICT Wm. G. Mackenzie, of Lethbridge, has been appointed a notary public. Edward L. Co'hnor, oi Pincher Creek, has been appointed a coroner. Mrs. Geo- Leeson has refused 000 for six lots on 6th Ave. and 1st St., west, Calgary. P. L. McCallum left Saturday night for Vancouver on a three month's trip. A general meeting of the Caledonian Society will be held in 'their hall at 8.30 this evening. The S. S. Trading Co., of leod, is announced, as having become insolvent. Rev. Thos. Powell, ot Lacomhe, for- merly-of Maple Creek, has an invitation to become pastor of Grace Methodist church, Edmonton. S. Stanford has taken out a per- mit for a residence to bej built on Lots 1. and 2, Block 1 Twelfth street, south. The- Prairie School District, F. Elliott, Whitla, treasurer, --has been j empowered to borrow to ere'-t- a new school. The Big Chief Coal Mining Co. with headquarters at Cardston, has incorporated with a capital of 000. E. Williams, of Elcan, and Geo. L. Cosper, of Taber, have been appoint- ed commissioners tor taking affidav- its. D. I. Guc has "been re-appointed secretary-treasurer of the village 01 Warner, F. S. Leffingwell was elect- ed chairman of the council. W. J. English, after spending a month visiting his brother, E. J. Eng lish, in the city, ha-s returned to his ranch at Bow Island. A. Olson, C.P.R. roadmaster on the C.P.R. Medicine Hat-Swift Current division, spent Sunday visiting his family in the city. The Alberta Gazette of January 14 contains the appointment of W. Pv. H. lies, of SufSeld, as commissioner for tak ng affidavits. Among the new .official auditors ga- zetted are Geo. A. Bell, Claresholm R. J. Johnston, Parkland, J. H. R Thome, Barons, and Win. Robertson Naaton. The death is announced at Toronto of Robt. A. McKim, a city sheriffs officer. He was a son of the late Sheriff McKim, of Guelph, and a bro- ther oi Mrs. Barker, of Macleod, for- merly of Royal View. J. W. McNicol, secretary of the Board of Trade, went to Macleod on Saturday to spend Sunday with Mrs. McNicoI's sister there. He was not able to get back until the (ielayed No. 314 arrived this afternoon. A. small avalanche fell from the sloa Ye Old Blue Willow Dinnerware Cups in Plates in 4 sizes. Platters 3 sizes." Emits. Egg Cups. sizes. Bowls. Sugars. Open stock. See our win do AYS. KIRKHAM BROS. 315 Crabb Street CITY AND DISTRICT You can shake the dust of (tissatis- faction oil entering: Higiubothanrs It's everything-to .suit, or your money ba'ck.' Come in and test the above. Our aim is to. suit the buy- ing public. "While we have your IN- TEREST let us suggest Rex- all Tooth Paste for white teeth and red gums and. a sweet per tube at The Store I. D. Ripirata 8 Co.lM .Family and Dispensing Chemists Nijht and Day Telepbona 322 on Front Door No. BUSINESS LOCALS A Modern Cinderella at the Eureka tonight. Don't "miss ifc. Call CC6, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Complete change at the Eureka to- All new people and new pic- Among the outside companies reg- istering in the province are the Con- tinental Life Insurance Co., of iN'ev.- Yoi'kt the Canadian Coal Consolidat- ed Rubber Co., of Montreal. j City Engineer Arnold left On one of'! the delayed trains this afternoon to j attend the convention of Canadian i Civil Engineers' Association at j nipeg. i W. II. Pawson, jr., of Coaldale, has j been appointed a pound-keeper, the pound to be kept on the north-west i quarter of Section 1 Township 9 Range 20 west of the Fourth Meri- dian. Jas. Rodeback, of Raymond, has been appointed a pound-keeper, the pound to be kept on the south-east quarter of Section S Township 6 range 20, west of the Fourth Mcri- diatu Manager P. H. Douglas, of the Nor- thern Crown Bank, Macleod, has sev- ered his connection with the bank and will leave Macleod about the end of the month. Mr. Douglas intends to go into the advertising business in New York, They have it at Seven Persons that the C. P. R. is going to build a straight road from Bull's Heart to Bow Island in the spring-to the heavy grade there. It is suppos- ed the C.P.R. will strike in north oi Seven Persons in the neighborhood of Sec. 18-11-7. The Herald was in error on Satur- day in stating that Henry Marsdcn-. of Vancouver, was formerly connect- ed with -the Zeller Land Co. Mr. Marsden. .was never associated with that company in any. TV ay, but at the request of Mr. Zeller he was arrang- ing for the settlement of some ot Mr. Zeller's accounts. The Alberta Gazette contains no- tice, that-the firm ot Campbell and J-Iorne, Limited, with headquarters.at Calgary, has been incorporated -with a capital of Medicine llab Realty, Limited, capital has been incorpora-ted. The Medicine Hat News, Limited, capital has been incorporated. I. Manning, the man in the elcwe- mcnt case reported in Saturday's clcr aid, was on Saturday sentenced to j two .months'. imprisonment at the! barracks. At the end of his term ho 1 be deported to the States. The! woman in the case left with her fath- er and brother on the south train this i morning, for her home in Nebraska, j Gottfried Grafi, father of the two young Grafi boys who arrived in the i city a week ago from Colorado eE- j pecting to find their parent here, has turned up. He is in Calgary. He was not expecting the youngsters so soon. An acquaintance of his saw an an item in the Herald of Tuesday last, with the result that he sent down tickets for his two sons, and they left for Calgary this afternoon. If David Wiezer, formerly of Odessa, The Bentley (Vy. Ltd. MEN! Do you require an OVERCOAT If so, call itncl inspect the remainder of'the best.stock in the city. 100 Men's Overcoats MUST. BE CLEARED THIS WEEK Men's Ulsters, College, Melton, Chesterfields and These coats are absolutely new stock. Do YOU realize that this is the best time in all the vear to buy at- greater savin0-5 O O j night. tures. Phone G32 Pony- Express; bsggage transferred, removals, coal. C.O.D. 303-0 See the Great La Barr at the Eu- ing roof of the Union Bank toniSht- the 20th century won- dcr. See the large shipment tailor-made waists. on Fifth street, this morning on to the sidewalk and narrowly missed sev eral pedestrians. Lc Roy Coons formerly of Leth- u? pure Tnstl Llncn' some ol" bridge, is prominently identified xvith the work of beautifying the city of Great Falls, being onp of a commit- arc beautifully frorr' S2'25' tO Inspcct at Irish Uncn Storc' tee, which will have charge oi work this vrar. the Crow's Nest Lodge. Brotherhood of t0mght at S prompt Ail Cal' cdonians requested to attend. O-L-Cowhoys. See the big "Round Railroad Trainmen, have arranged to I hold two meetings a month at Mac- leod, for the convenience of members Russia, will apply to the Let-hbridge Police station, he will hear of thing very much to his advantage. Relatives of Wcizer, who is a Rus- sian by nationality and a Jew re- ligion, are making strenuous efforts to locate him in Western Canada. Ifo vras in Lethbridge some months ago, and circurrsrances point very to his still being here, although thi'. These are matte j Police cannot find any trace of him. Anybody knowing his whereabouts will embroidered. Prices confer a favor by communicating with Chief Gillcspic. The Row Island Reviews report that Ed. Thompson, sheep rancher, south, brought one of his herders in- to this week with his bad- ly frozen. The herder left the ranch Monday morning with a bunch of of ladies' The semi-annual meeting of the Calc donian Societv will be held in the hall Up" of cattle at the Eureka tonight. ACAOIA M.OCK WORTH YARD-PHONE 521. Limited CAST 423. running out of there. These meeting b" cr. thv msi. ami third Jjun- [days, the meetings on the second and fourth Sundays being; continued in as heretofore. them initiate "Willie" the tender- A A CITY AND DISTRICT quiet wrdding took place at All sheep and in the storm 'hat came up nllTiTlnr "fTl o r f An t during the- afternoon lost his bear-i ings. He was unable to locate hici-P self until the evening oi the following 1 day, when hr discovered he hatf been j circling around the ranch nearly thr i tine. He thirtv-six hours A Saints' Vicarage, Bow Island, on j without food, and when brought in SKATING AT THE TONIGHT RINK Wednesday evening last, the contract- A'ing parties being NevrellS. Halconvb, fof that town, and Miss Mabel Ander- of Burden, the Rev. H. M. Hcn- l derson officiating. was rr.uch exhausted through sure. Tt xvas thought at tirst that hi? j! toes would have to be amputate, but I i fortunately it is now believed that thip jje proven ted. ur By letting us figure on your requirements in Building Material Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta Our new Bakery Department is making a reputation French and English Pastry a specialty ROGHON BROS. BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. CAFE. We sell so as to sell again We make QUAKER BREAD so good that once you try.it you wi never be satisfied with ordinary bread again. Don't jrou tliink bread as good as thai is worth a trial, Madam? JL'iiONE 1U27 GILMORE THE BAKER Second Avenue A, North ;