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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Sniall Profits Make Big Turnovers To do anything you must start well WHY NOT BUY WELL And Deal With GEORGE KERR CO. Only one class of goods in stock; those are First Class. When retailers lake notice time for the Buyers ht watch our ads. Our famous 'TAKTAX 15KAXD" Canned gowls will always hold the .'market for quality. 01'II PRICES ARE ROCK BOTTOM CANXE1) VEUETARLES CAXM-IU'RLiTS Corn. i'oi' 2.V Pears, per 20c Peas, each .T. ,r.r.-.-.-. KKI Peaches, per can 24k-, Tomatoes. 2 for Strawberries. can......20e per tin 15c Raspberries, per can.......20c French Peas, per I in Plums. 2 for................. 25c. Mushrooms, per (in ,T...... Hawaiian Pineapple, per can 2oe Lima Beans, per tin r.i..- 20c (5o.sscberries2 for Swiff s Hams, per lb. Swifts Bacon, per Ih. Fearmairs Bacon, per SHred Bacon, per lb. Sliced Ham. per lb. PROVISIONS .28c .35c- 30c .20c .25c .40c Special attention given to slicing. Boiled Hani. Premium, lb. .-I0c Extra quality. CHEESE Canadian Cheddar, per lb. Limimrgcr, per Roquefort. Per lb. Swiss Cream, per at. each and McLaren's Imperial, in jars. Cream Cheese, per lb. Swifts Lard 3lbs.-60c Ciise Eggs, good quality New Laid .Per Choicest Creamery Butter .-.Per lb. We have soincihiiig tool'ter in Xavel juicy .T. .Per dozen r arrival ot Pine Fruit. Oranges, ripe and :40c and 50c VEGETABLES Beets, per lb. Parsnips, per lb. .Carrots, per Jb. Turnips, per lb, .-ic 4c 4e Cabbage. Per lb............ Celery for 25e Cranberries, per lb. ___... ...15c Lettuce, per lb. ...........35c B. C. Potatoes, per -THE FLETCHEB METHOD OF TEACHING MUSIC 'A fevr wbr z. caUd should gbestn. Tnuslc lessons la a. Fletcher hmetbod class are: The child is in- irom the and n5 to love the --work. He learns ig to the right and natural He" learns to read music rapidly sains a thorough knowledge of the Rythm is developed and CHANGE IN PROSPERITY BY DAILY HERALD Thursda. BY "-U.NO" PHONES ESI DENG E TRAVERS IS OBSTINATE SOCIAL AND PERSONAL VISITING DAYS Tlu- hostesses tomorrow are Mrs. .1. K. U-lhbridp-. Mrs. A. Sinilb. Mrs. A. A. l.ytle Mis. W. T. .1. Alexander Mrs. A. Williamson. Mrs. K. liagell Mrs. T, .S, Kelterly. Mis Win. .Society, jhe U Church .am! Sun- >iny School, ami all hope God's j blessing will crown your labors in j ihe. noble io which you an- j libout Ui dedicate your life. (Ssd.) MUS. A. J. SKKNHTT. Secretary of Altar .Society., j Miss Pender. being of a meek J bumble 'nature, was overcome with j humble ovm-omc with emu jtioii and was unable respond except t -Mis. C. .1. l-'.cfc storm IK leaving next l'er- i week for Seattle, where she will! She leaves the last of the week for spend the remainder ni the wiiitor. {St. .Johns, H., where she will jier the novitiate of the Sisters of Miss Ruth Proud, of Maelrod, is i.'luiriiy St. Vincent Convent. pettini: uloni; very nicely ai the Gull j Hospital. ;UU-r ilu- operation underwent last week. i I Mesdames Hick, Brodii- nnd Young- husband have issued invitations to an llonif" whit-h they will pive in the Knights of Pylhias Hall on the oi Kriuay, February :j. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Don't Worry Club will hold other m" its enjoyable series of d touiirht. The executive rommiiiee of thf Young Ladies Hible Class ot i .Sunday School, will meet at (Mil jolly crowd of high "-hoc! .boys (Barileu) street? this and jiirls enjoyed a regular'old uinpjjnrr sleighritie Us I' evening, and after it was over they gathered at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. John Taylor, when: delicious refreshments were served. He Refuses to Give "Evi- dence in Cases at Toronto Toronto. Jan. ca.ses apaiust provisional directoi-s of Farm- Hank were adjourned I'or another week in tlie police court this morn-: ing because of tne fact that K. 'i ravers, e.x-guneral manager o[ ueiuiK.'t lustitutiou. rc-Hises to .tell i wtiat ne Knows uiuil lip lias further j eoiHuiieii with his counsel, H. N. DC- wart. K. C. Travers has hecome a nil simply ret used to aive evidence. Ik'j was brought, un from ihe jail in a; street ear ibis moniitii: guarded by J Detective (.iiitlirie and lodged lu tliej detective UeiuUj miners, and left there. I lie Had u snort talk witli Mr. Uewart. i H. K. Kose, K.l1.. was ready io on, in Kict wauteil tbc ease io inves- ugateci. lie expressed lull eoiiildciii-e in the lace {hat tbere was nothing a.ualiist uls clients. Ur. .lolm Ferg- uson, Alexander Fraser, A. y. ami Watson, tlie latter of Us- towel. Out. Tne four pleaded not decided'.i the next move is look-up thr Hr-tl ivhieb Ihr "Jdcal" lirir. Tlirn you i-nn sclwt likr best, ai r.incii'i; from f3.fH up. wilh fiinSdeiirr ifi.u thr iiunlrt} is nil that it should be. "Idtul" Mrtul Hrds. .yon shock know. ire far J'DHVC thr ojdiuary Thfir inoisy iMiaiiu-1 vvhilcj ttw liaits. urvrr raulc nor work Our booklet.' "The Philosophy Sleep." will interest ynu... Jr it itm if you Booklet No. M" 1' I The irarriage of ex-Ahierman Geo. 11. Ross, of the law firm of Short. I i j Ross and Selwood, of Calgary. to j Miss May McDougaU, daughter of Mr. McUougall, proprietor of Hotel Mount Royal, Banff, Alberta took place in Xiami, Florida, -Jami-j ary The younu; couple will inakn their home in Calpp.rv in the future. There will he a me-jUng of the ex- ecutive of ihii Westminster Sunday school at the church ;it eight o'clock this OUTLET FOR THE LINE Kiillly a week ago imt .ilagUtrate Den- pv A ison retusert to try the ease summar-jv-. 1 K. to' AcCjUlFC Hy and Hie next assizes court will be! me scene or me trial. The Fling Rights tO will be continued next Thurs- lhc teacher of music at'j Business tic Coast ih pupils wil! give a demonstration: nnnnrn-n n .ia of the Fletcher. nu-thot! Hill El of music, on at four o clock "UDDLIXO UP Mrs. I. Clue, of Warner, is in the city for. a day or two, the guest of Mrs. G. K. N'otirse. the college. Miss MeOregor jrives piano lessons also. At the recital and lienionsiration on Saturday, Mrs. .1. Nelson, will jtive an iii5tru- mental sclcctirm, and Miss Ball will .Minneapolis, Jan. outlet for me Soo Line from the Northwest to tlic Atlantic seaboard at Newport -News, v-a., via Cincinnati over the A correspondent. From-Taber writes: j There was not as large a number of As a compliment io.Miss Fender, the Sunday School teachers and workers at the Y.M.C.A. lasl nicht at the [ladies of the Altar Society oi the R. C. Church and a intimate friends, 1 met by self invitation iht> Taher Hotel parlors, -Ian. 2ii, and spent a very pleasant afternoon. A dainty tea was served by Mrs. LJray, after which Miss Peniler was presented wilh a purse ot gold and the follow- intr address Mrs. A. -F. .Sernett Dear .Miss Perwler object in meeting here toiiay'is to try and ex- press our appreciation'of-the work vou have done for this 1 'Your sincere devotion to the cause. weekly meeting as there was last week, or as there should have been. Mr. D. Andrews, M. A., principal of I vuied tnrough the (Janadian Pacific _.______ j anecting u close traffic agreement i wnii the C-. it.6. effective May 1m. a Street Car On the i rumors also .have U that the fiin-adtan i-'acirle will either take ovar tne Wsirtash between Detroit ana Chi- cago or will build an entirely new netween cities to connect enat- orn C. 'lj. K. and Uritcago division of tGe i5oo and C. K. U. .The is On Outskirts of a Cali- fornia City Los Angeles. Jan. I Indian .warriors and firing promiscu- shortly to lose its eastern connection? from pistols' in both hands two said contemplates --six-Ins: up us Chicago, Detroit, Toledo line. the High School, gave an dress on. the work m the Sumlav an" mbouiul Schoolteacher, 'lie touched brieriv Rehear on the outskirts of i h i p v i rif -X11 r on the imahfications oi.a leachcr anfl) on the prcparatfon of lessons and Passcnjicrs and seriously io teach them. The list of lhom' lhl' liaildils ._ I single shot. This shot wou.ndua one. for the next few weeks was announc- ed as follows Feb. 1, A. toi the robbers. He was captured -lo- Feb. S. .Mrs. Suyder Feb. 15, O. Austin, and 22, A. ]w attempted board a into lhp fur your mitirine energy and labor which j ton. I you have so freely 'given, have been inspiration to manr of us to do I more than we otherwise would havr I done. i consider you made possible.'Jn a great measure, the means of erecting the new church and .while there is still much to he done before it is con pletcd, we frel sure this society un- der your leadership has tlonc its part GARDSTON TRAINS ALFALFA ROUTE Commencing tomorrow morning ibei well all regret your departure shall mixs your fiirisiinn influence, Mr. L. H. .Wilkcs favored tbn trcaiment. t raved him. company with an excellent solo. "T" T1 "-CUPID'S COURT 1'he home of 31r. and Mrs. fill) Ninth -St., was ihe sct-nc of a! pretty wedding at half past seven j last i-vcnins, -Ian. 25, wlirn'Rev. A.! His cheek bf: Harry Mitchell, of San- ta Monica-, wounded in the. iusilade, was shot in the neck. The bandi! who was shot received in the cheek.. Herbert Stanley, thiMnua who shot him, was .struck by a htil- let which fell into his vest pocket. AN EXPLOSION ON A GUNBOAT Henn. -Jonnslon. ot HaslingS( ,vho lert ?.JOr00f, lo J. Prniser, pastor of the-First .Hap-1 list Church, married -'anet Mcliwtn, ot l.c-thbridije, to -John Henry but know that has called you to j forrl. also of bui former-- n higher ami holier work. j Iy' u'f Uorimin, KnplanJI. Tiir bride I We wished to present you with some j was away by Mr. token of reirembranee, but were ;iot j was attended by Miss rsU-Millan, certain you could reia-n it, so bee: Mr. Frank assisted tho y.r the big cut. i. Whenever monthe. "The'runeTal'wm cut drifted hill of snow in the iFrldayi tnishi. the train which has been a: A.t Lethb ridge. Wjiursday. January- 26. Aiken, daughter tof Dr. and Mrs. W. 3. Galbralth. This Globe yesterday that on? of grazing land is beins; cut up into snia'l holdings and the wonderfully fertile soil, when is applied, produces three to four cuttings of alfalfa a sra son and can feed enough cattle to make splendid profits for the farnvr. and Mrs. Titford will reside in Lctli-j runs ia Chicago. York. Boston and Philadelphia, (ho comodr is'now on I tour and will be oifercd thi? season !by Chas. A. Ooeitter at the Majestic hriilce. ALD. TILLEY ACTING MAYOR -Md. Tilley will rnlo the irily ;or tlift couple ot as all tbe oilier members of tne council as well most ol The Meads of the city depart- AT A fl and. Saturday. Febni-! w'" he sictfng several other Senator Follette has been elected in Wisconsin. ary 3 and 4. -with an good l tninss. icRSt. including Coit Albenson. a of no mean quality. "A Stubborn {Cinderella" had a most sensational1 Itcv. Ian A. II. vicar of Iran in Chicago conBisiiup; or him-i Xeepawa. has accepted the olTrr of per- formances at too. Princess Theatre.; t v- -i r Dramatic critics from coast to coast iof the (--r-K- Nnv construction and nmuheii for ihc market on western Dmicre, Scotland. have 1he play one of the! jrtoiiblr-irackinc work will extend to cereals and roots and slaughtered n; j .las. .Murray, manager of iht- Do- most unique and besi mnainl come-1 i sonu- :S8fi milrs. the vards and shin-! central points whrn- allied dies of the season. Notwithstanding; be private. i fanlston overnight hasbeen unable toisonu' 5S" milrs- -vards ship-jcentral points whrn- allied jniininn govern mvnl experimental farm flies the morning because a anow i facilities at Fort William will could grow up make use of thr Hr.indon. has rrsijtned and will as- '-ould not be got through from bf icmodHli-d and a great dral At the resent time three fjom- lowanl 'n5 ras1 atu' s of Calgary. nes are ?3Ult Ofi With the irain stoning from e in the morning in? com-) Mr. Whyte is in'rasply in lures ted in any is con'Ulont it ran maintain ihe (sou i hi-rn" Alberta If the plow jsi ahead of ihe a great dral will I IU is cojivinred that isociai." himself with an Alherta Irri-i development of i is waste in shipping live cattle !gs.tion eonccrn. mque or the season. Sorvrith.sJandinK act thar "A Stubborn Cinderella" had many competitors. rritirs' view proven by the immense svicccss ir j achieved wherever presented. The I J the irrigation project in the country the west to ihc F.uropean nur-1 Jas. P'. Marline, of was "n'ritlen Wiil R hHirVCS r ket. Alfalfa and chilled nieat modern rqiiivalrnts oi buneh S. jrhator from New Jersey.. i! livft entile that The Canary commissioners f in value rVcry day they spend 'that a municipal paving plan! will FOR A TRY LKADJiKTTEK'S Next floor to Kastern Town- shipp Bank. FISH AND CHIPPED POTATOES Also the best Meat. in town. ;ind train which wilf no? -hen be up ?'or' !iiai Can h'-' rcacluti by Tvatrrrsjon train or stramcr in route to mar-'spvi; the riu- hundreds of thousands Ami T-hr fatteniiiR of cattle in: of dollars. City Kngineer Child has while the plow is working Through j diverted from the rivers fed by clearing the cut. snows of the Rockies will the "MANAGING MILDRED TO brcomr the most and There- fore the most prolilahlc from the PLAY THE MAJESTIC; railway manager's point of ia e musical comedy "Man- ,vrM ,he ]aad must rcs, Mildred, is announced as the' attraction a: the Theatre- for The f'ni> -car m !o. Ralhor moisture iVrtiliiy it refiuin-s a thr west on a large scale would much to restore thf fertility of t1.-.- soil. Mr. Whytr .says is is quite true tba? Uir Puke of Sutherland is aiding manv of the U-nanis in the north tif ipreparrd a report as tn thr- of a ipaPir.p plant that rnuld do SOO lo jl.O'Jrt yards a nay and the cost will i hr in Ihr' neiehborhoocl of 525.000. A by-law ior this will be submitted ai an rarlv date. SroTland to settle on C.P.K- lands in ihr- a landlord i in Canada in thr European sense. one night. Monday. .Tan. SOth. famotiR English Opera Singers who i half .section devoted to crain-scrowinc MlSla'n a in intention of 1 comedr and will 01 irrie3lefi S1Tp Canada in thr two scenes or Verdi's "Til j in costume. The 'renmrkrible MfattV is the password (hat Mr. J McUoy, irt1, Itnatr of "Th? Miserere." as sunjt by jvi ;o .Maaoc TOTvnsli.p. narf a foot. t-rushefl by and Chas. Pkquet hat fnvariaMv'-. 1. been encored five and six times. woul" lllp Ol lhl> I a Uec W aglnp MHr.red" is by Walter Lock wood. TIT is passing. j he a Cbicrtgo atiinor ana vroiiiftsaoj be oniy a mtuiot y. UunwuR Is aorae twenty oOiit bits. Tin that a5 icrmeily used increase ot WANTS SPEEDY-TRIAL n. K. uvtngston. cnargert with ?teann? two rings the tnmk of rranKy Kink and tlie popicct of .Joan (Jray in tne Koyal Hotel at 'iftoer. WIIR liefore winter when conn opened this ;fonj- severery tnat it bsd :ng. anil elected to be tried speedily. i >o rtste was lixed for the innl. At tils prennnnan. heaniis: accused art- rniUed the money. Quality Grocery TOUT GOODS TGIIT PRK'KS FGIIT TREATMKXT PLACE TO DEAL. THE ABOVE MAV BE IIAll PHONE 515. Successors to Craddock A Viner SHERLOCK BLOCK. ;