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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta NNBST JOB PRINTING AT THE H'ERALD The Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY ii utiwfi n tn imii nit Just Arrived A large assortment of Enameled ft Tinware of all kinds Remember that we bxiy our goods direct from thejfactory and therefore the prices are right. (rive us a call when you need anything in our line Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention THE HICK HMdl CO, i REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash f Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 4 Bcnacr food The fwd par excellence ior children with -A-eak diges- tioiK invalids and the aged. It is recommended by phy- .is and nurses. Wo u large supply on We are filling city aiiu country orders almost daily. Your onK-r will be tiiatelv tilled at j. 0. (iigintJottiamSCo.Ul Family snd Dispensing Ch Telephone Nig-ht clerk Mfll The Store of Quality Received Another Shipment SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS and BACON PHONE 21 G. BRADBEEfl CO. Tie Only OXiOX Store io ife City CITY AND DISTRICT WHO SAID VALENTINES? W. O. Lee 01 Cardston, city on business. C. Curd of Raymond is in the city today. CITY AND DISTRICT. "One who believes that unity i strength" writes to the Herald is is m the gesting that the committee of the lo- cal miners union reduce the entrance fee for four weeks to for over- ground workers and for miners, Last year our stock was pretty but this year'? sur- passes anything shown be- "fore. We have the NEW NOVELTIES so dome early as they are selling quickly. win- dow display. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door Vest of Onion Bank Phon. 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. boys in proportion, for two xveeks and then an advance of one dollar in I each. The writer thinks such a I scheme would draw men into the 1 ranks who are at present 'outside. MONARCHJEWS Continued from Front Page.) of hardware at the bridge awaiting to bs unloaded. E. Ea.de, manager of the local yard for the Crown Lumber Go., will im- mediately erect a large store to occupied by Messrs. Moore and Brown who will have a large stock. Monarch has now telephone connec- Bandages Supporters Abdominal Belts Our stock includes the best makes from one dollar up. Each one guaranteed. No -matter what the price i? that you pay you can de- pend on it being the best obtainable at that price. llberta Drug aod Book Co. Prescription Specialists i I, iinflf, LETHBRIDGE H. Holland in from Curdfcion Dr. Cragg: is confined to his house suffering from an attack of tonsilitis. j Dick Robson was operated on yes- terday at the hospital and is progress j ing favorably. Secure your tickets today -for the i James Fax Concert Thursday Anight, j Five high class artists. i The Misses Conybeare and Master Bruce Ccnybeare left last night for Toronto, where they will attend col- lege. H. A. Suirgiu, of Coaldale, has gone to Edmonton to attend the Trustees Convention. D. Xeedham, proprietor of the hotel at Grassy Lake, is a visitor the city today. Don't forget to go to the Eureka Theatre tonight to see "Sweet Laven- der." Greatest success of the sea. son. Dr. C. R. Lean, of Clareshohn came into the city last night and is spend- ing a day or two here. X. Saucier, collector of Inland Rev enue, from Calgary, arrived in the' city last night. A meeting of the Independent La. faor Party will be held in the Labor ed for the occasion. We might state Temple tonight at 8 p.m. that there are few dancing halls All interested are requested to attend, j anywhere in Alberta better suited for Mrs. E. S. Martin has returned to that purpose than this one is. A Medicine Hat after a visit with Mrs. splendid orchestra provided the mu- L. M. Johnstone. j sic. At twelve o'clock supper was C. Molxjrly, Inspector of United J served in the new confectionery store. States Customs from Sweet Grass, J Mr. Askey of the firm Handford Mont., was in the city last night, Askey was out and took several flash- H. Tennant, collector of customs at j lights of the dancers and tables. The Coiitts, was in the city last night. I party broke up at 4 o'clock. Every- The Young Men's Club is giving j thiuir in connection with the affair you the treat of the season Thursday! was well planned and carried out. AND Wash Good ess Good AND tion with the Government Telephone iVsteih. The work of installation completed on Saturday. The erection of a laundry and res- taurant was commenced today. The young people of the neighbor- hood turned out in full force last night to attend the dance in the hall here. About one hundred and twen- five wero present. Eighteen or twen- ty young people drove out from Leth- bridge. The hall was very prettily decorat. Trimmings This Week PHONE 54 THE CASH STORE A, Macdonald Co, e A Large Assortment of Children's Classic Shoes Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY EACH. 52 lots in a mile from the new school, and one mile from business centre. cash, balance 3 and ft months. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK Do you want to Sell YOUR PROPERTY If so, list it with us. No matter where it.is located we have Buyers for all kinds of City Property. We WILL SELL your Property if the price is right Standard Land Co. Ltd. Box 680 Phone 198 Agents Winnipeg Fire Insurance Co. The Lyceum this week is putting on a very extensive bill, with the -best series of moving pictures that have been put on for a long time. The feature vaiidevile acts are the fine ex- hibition of strength and agility of the "aerial and the two series of moving pictures has not forbids going into detail of the var- ious acts. been surpassed, if equalled, in this being a vivid description of pio- neer days in the West. Space today i 4 i 4 I 4 "Dutch Comedians." The first of the detail of the various acts. Hay. "Hear Jim- Mrs. Clark gave the dance, W. J. Morrison acting as manager. Applications For the position of Clerk in the Ac. At the Eureka La- vender" under the auspices of the Young Men's Club. Curtain will rise at sharp. ONLY A BLOCKHEAD lild prefer poor lumber when -he could get the best at the same .-price. But many people, though not blockheads, practi- cally do just that thing. Just .because they tmnk ALL LUMBER IS ALIKE. It sn't; not by a great deal. A little "experience with ours will be a lesson in lumber quality. Try .us with your next order as an experiment. When you have used it and worked it up, you'll know why ours is different and better. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 23 tad 123 at Oliver's mie Fax i Rev. Martin Bergh left yesterday I for his home in Calgary. He returns I to Claresholm at the end of this week and hopes to be here again on Sunday week. The engagement is sijmouBced of Miss Florence Lilian McGlashan. of "The Niagara Falls, Ont.. only daughter of the late Mr. Leonard McGlashan, to Mr. Norman Baldwin Stark, of the Dominion Securities Co. Toronto and known to many people j coumia? -Department of the City of in this city. Lethbridge, will be received by the A picture post card social will be Monday, the 1st held in -the basement of Wesley Church Februaiv- in own handwriting, tonight under the auspices of the Epworth League. A good program has been provided and an enjoyable evening is assured. All will be made welcome. You will be pleased every minute of your stay at Oliver's hall, Thurs- day. Fax Concert." A social afternoon of the Women's Auxiliary, given by Mrs. Cbivers and Sirs. Morgan in the Parish Hall, yes- terday, was a good success. Nearly fifty were present and a pleasant time was spent by all. Mr. Chivers was present and said he was glad to see such a gathering. Kiss Archer's solo and Mrs. Engram's paper were much enjoyed. A meeting of the Independent La. Dashboard bor Party will be held in the Labor j Temple tonight at ft p.m. All interested are requested to attend. enclosing testimonials and stating salary required. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 38-3 Sec.-Treasurer. LANTERNS SPECIAL Announcement INTERESTING TO THE LADIES A representative of one of the large manufacturers of The Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co. HEAD BLOCK P. O. Box 387 Lethbridge, Alta. E. T. McGREGOR, MANAGER We Buy and Sell Farm Lands and City Property We Write Life, Fire and Acci- dent Insurance and Collect Money in any part of the World GIVE US A CALL WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Some people who bought one box of our Paper and Envelopes at 25 cents have come back next day and got two more at same price. Get your share before it is all gone. J- J- Johnston toWKripttvia -QUALITY QUARTERS- Railroad for Coal Oil Cold Blast Regular No. 2 Little Bobbs 30c Stafford-lipew Go. "If LiTt Ont of Town UV Ladies9 Costumes will be at the J, BROWN CO, LTD. Wednesday, Jan. 27th When SAMPLES will be shown and ORDERS TAKEN for any garment a lady may require. Do not neglect this opportunity of securing a choice of colors and a perfect fitting costume. ONLY ONE DAY J. BROWN CO. LTD, To Rent New cottage one block west of Westminster school. G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block AND DISTRICT. Rev. Clarence McKinnon has been appointed professor in the Presbyter- ian College at Halifax. j District Court opened lip this ning His Honor Judge Winter pre-. siding. Several of the smaller cases that were to have come up for hear- ing were dispensed with having been settled out of court. Mike was up for making a disturbance and breaking the furniture in the house of May" Reinhardt, The appeal of Gee Lee and Mah Wah Qhing is -the most important case on the docket. Tonight at the La- vender" under auspices of the Young Men's Club. NORTH WARD LOTS 46 x 120 ft, on McKillop St., close to Railroad, each. Terms to suit pur- chaser. R. V. Gibbons OTT BLOCK Hon. Jos. Martin may oppose Hon. Win. Templeman in Comox-Atitn. Auction Sale of Bankrupt Stock (NEW Commencing TUESDAY EVENING AT 7.30 TO CONTINUE EVERY EVENING General Dry Goods and Men's Hats of ail kinds to be had at your own price Oddfellows' Block, cor. Dnfferin Round THEATRE Is Your Land in M miles of IF SO I CAN SELL IT C. W. COOK Farms, Ranches and City Property Loans and Insurance ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA Strictly Union Theatre DALY ROSE 2 GernSan Jokera RICH RODE The Aerial Wonder CHRISTOPHER In New Novelties DUNSWORTH Comedy Sketch NALDER Artists BIQ FEATURE PICTURES PETE DUNSWORTH Illustrated Melodies 1st Performance .................7.45 2nd Performance ................9.20 ADMISSION-ISc ind 26c Seating Lots of BociM for All Fifteen Roomed House Centrally located, 2 blocks from business centre. Snap for boarding house prop- osition. For particulars Skeith Tilley Cor. Duff tr in and Round Iti. 117. ;