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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 3US TO ALL TRAINS. Hold Windsor But SI.25 Day Hotel In Albert! LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDOE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Most Conven- ient to Stay STORM DOORS WELL FINISHED, .STRONG ANO OF GOOD APPEARANCE. BEST VALUE IN THE CITV C-5 flfi EACH C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" "3 Sin Street 7oi The Standard Bank OF CANADA' ESTABLISHED 1873 120 Branches Throughout The Dominion HAVE YOUR CHILDREN A BANK fcveiy boy and girl should save a peicona] Savhijs Hani Ac- oouat in tbe StardarJ Bank o' Canada, and have opportunities to save regularly. It afford an education to money wisely. aa education In thrift ana saving will rrove invaluable In after life. Small sucis te deposited at any time. Ode IXillar account. limit AS to aee. ASSETS OVER Lellibridgv branch, :J15 13th Street North G. B, Blctcher, Manager T.BE NURSING MISSION Provides for and all and surgical cases contagions diseases) ind'charges according to the cir- cumstances o[ the patient. Poor patients .cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private 3uty also provided. For further particul- ars apply to the Nursing Mission 1414.7th Avenue Eo-Jlb. (Miis) A. SupervlMr. 'Ollss) M. A. McKay, Grid. N'urse. Vineland or Harvest Brand Canned Goods are A 1 quality il'e fr'Jits. u-nislces. snEiig be-acs. and guU-in are put up. In Sanitary tins which Is a ilofirabK- re.iture. torn and are lu orJlusry tins. We ask flveryoue that wnnls L3y bv-H to plve these sood> a trial. who these gocds in previous years fur thpir We utiEc hore few ct thelcaJtnf; lines and bjr Oio liu or In case loin. CANNED VEGETABLES Sjaltmr i for Sanitary Uns, per tlu 25c. RED CHERRIES, per casa CRAWFORD PEACHES, 2lb Sanitary per tin 20c I'er Case BARTLETT PEARS, 3tu Sanltarj- Hat. 20c Per GREEN GAGE PLUMS, 3Itj Sanitary tins 2 tlus for.................................35e. LOMBARD PLUMS, SHj Sanitary for 25c. Per caso......................... 'SPECIAL GOOSEBERRIES, 2 for 45c. SPECIAL OFFER ON A CASE OF ASSORTED TABLE-FRUIT Consisting el i lies Hed or lilack Raspberries. 5 Strawberrloi. 6 Peaches, 2 Green Gages J Vluraf. 2 Red Cherries. 1 lawlonberries. and 1 of Red or Cnrranls, inah- fM in ell or 1 case. Price (or the above assorted case -----PHONEI------ Grocery Dtpt 831 Etpt 12TI. THE GOOD COMPANY High Claw Fruit fectionery. Whplettle .----PHONE! Orecwy D WEAIHER rloudv j_______ 'Cakary, (air 'Prince Albeit, dear CITY SOLICITOR RULES AGAINST Kartiloops, clear PAYING MR. HAILTON FOR Medicine Hal, clouiv Moose Jaw, snowing. Vumiipeg, cloudy Featicton Xclson A ieir minor nutter passed on Reglna, cloudy......... HIS Hifli Los- 3 -17 .OS a -43 20 '-la 33 m Miss E.W. Filmer NEEDLEWORK AND- EMBROIDERY arranged at moderate chzrg-; at MESSRS. BAWOEN BROS. HULL BLOCK 'HOURS: 06 You Should Read L. V. KELLY'S NEW BOOK The Range CLTV AND DISTRICT Men at Monday mermen's, noting ci th? Port Arthur, cloudy 0 S city commissioners. C ty Solicitor Snow has fallen at many points and Jiall stating that it would be weather has been very cold illegal" to pay Fix-Aid. Hamilton for throughout Ihe prairie provinces. his stTTiws as acting superintendent FORECAST: Western Provinces of the puwtr-and street rail- Strong easterly winds.'continued low way department last year during temperatures and local sno3? falls. L'ornmissioDer Heiri's illness, and the commissioners who passed such a mo- tion Tvo-jld be personally: liable. The grounds for such a decision were that Mr. Hamilton -tras an alderraaa and lould. col .therefore, legally arcepl payment Irom the city. The matter was allowed to stand. Tlw.aaniral report oi Dr. De Veber, mecti-al health officer, was received, and laid on the table. It'will be dis- cussfd at a later date. A lecommen- Oatioa io ths cOect thai additions Who GDI the Hat? R. W.' Long. C.P.R. freight agent lost his hat at the Hard Times EcciaJ on Saturday, It-was1 taken by mis- take, and he would be pleased to com- munivle with the present possessor. New Male Quartette Au item In the programme oE- the Hard Tiiaes'dance given by the U, C. should _l? made to the isolation hos-'T.." which met with considerable ap- pital will serious coasidera-'plause wa? tlie Lethbrfdge quartette, tion as the couccil [eels this work j comprised of J.T. Pet IF, Franfc Scares, lo he necessary if mctry can tf pr0- IT TELLS THE STORY OF THE RANGERS AND INDIANS OF .AL6ERTA. OLbtTIMERS PRONOUNCE IT THE BEST OF ITS KtND EVER VRODUCED. CjET IT AT'YOUR LOCAL BOOK.STORE. QUARANTINED dY DIPTHERIA Nev York, Jan. baudred ifioa and offire.-fi Here q-jaraatintd ori tie battleshlti Arkansas !a Uit, Brook lyri sards, becacse o! a threaten- ed o'jijireak o[ dlptberia.. Tiie Arkansas recently returned frotf a Mediterrean crufie. The com- ir.amle.- it Clptiln P.. C. Sraitt. Xonb WellingR.a as- passed a rMolution spread ol dual office BOUNDARY CREF5K UciintJary Croek. Jan. Phosbft Bafeer, of llflUpricg. is stay- 105 r.-Ith itcr airier. Mrs. Lso Smith. and attending the Harrisville school. ilr. BaskeySeld lias been engaged as ieacber for the H. F. Cook children or the Drophlll ranch. He began his duties Jan. Miss Eva Crearer stay with Mr. Crooks aDJ attend school alzo. wilt he a basXet social :ield George H. To Preich in Winnipeg Rev. D. ot the First Baptist leaves tomorrow [o conduc t two-weeks' evangel! se r- vices In the tabernacle at Winnipeg, The services here next Sunday will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Hunler of Blairmore. Hand Sleighs and Coasters OC PER CENT TVo.still good atsorl- ment of these and to clear them oul we will dls-. count ot 25 per cent oft reg- ular priwa. ,00 not miss Hi; ta get one aj.. a bargain. The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd, Avi CITY AND DISTRICT Cattle Buyer Here J.-D. Watson, the Montana caitle buyer, is in z'.i? ssair., Jooklns over the herds in the district. "To Vrilt FrTendi D. J. AlcCormick, formcrlr manager of the'Alberta Saddlery in this city, but now residing iii EdmonteD, arriv ed In the-city jeaterday morning, to speiid'a few days friends. arlnglng the Boy Back A. couple of weeka ago the people of Taber wero wrathy over the action of a comrhteaioncr 6r the- children's court at "Taller, IrT lending an'eight- year-old boy; named'Bach lo the Ile- for" a'loag.term for steal IDR a pair of altales'from" the school, Tho boy nent down to the Inail tutton, but when the matter was brought to thtr attention of the de- pirtmeht" for Children at .Edmonton, Superintendent" Chadv jhad the decision, act as'Icie, and iboy ia-at Creek-on his way ihbmo again.'' Superintendent Wilson 'pf "KlildlTision is hiring a policeman bring the boy home from that point to- at the Harriavjlle school house Friday for Mio purpose oE money to buy an organ for tbi Ixm. Scott and ton Harry are ei- pected to arrive home soon tioia Ne- braska, where Mr. Scott was called j by death of ms mother. HI tarn Crawford and family, WHo the Tickets The drawing for the prizes going to the luclcy co.iuon holders ia. connec- tion with Rylands Co.'s sale took vlace today In presence of a're- presentative of the Herald, and ov- erything waa done on the level. There '6 i was absolute fair play for everyone, scliool. jHcify numbers are" published in the company's imblleity on an- Davis May Be Chief Davis, ex-chief of police hare been stopping at the at Lelhbridge, he appoinlod chief at ranch jtnce last spring, return- That aquestion Is Interest ed to Lome in BrcwuiDj, Mont, 1 jag lo the police of this city, and to the manv friends made by the ex-chief whtte here. H fa rewrled from Ed- last A mo? Crawford accom- panied them and returned to his home Its on Sa'.urday. monton that Chief Caroenter.vlll like- j John Furmau, who Is stopping on j jy within a few days, and nis ranch to look after his callle, I speculation la rife o to to Lrthbrldgo on 'Jic for an Davis Is fir Hue, hut over Sunday TislL-.vffh hla family. {there are elements entering into Oie Toe Bo'inrlary Greek gchool started after tho holiday vacation with Miss as teacher. On Tuesday nlfclu In Creels a .-ne'ellng rerirej-.claliTes of lield hy limited. H. II. Gramm arid B. Mlltord were tb" sp-a fluhjett ti-.'j district the ocipans and hooic markela (ilEcusae-j. A canvas or 11! be made tor stock In BUSINKSS LOCALS The Man on Top tlie one who bought real estate la the Hfliu locality and at tba right You can do the same r.'ght DOIT as we by ffret facing eut or, lOlh 9.' for caih, Hulid a home on UJx and we will seH IL HOUSES TO WENT tan give 7011 12 Inch blocks for, your (iienlar-e, for per load, delivered. Uorfcer 1331. 35 J.i) always carry or, hind a s'.cck o'. dry in Mr.gis.p pu; load delireicfl. Phono 302 appointment may be c to the detriment. Kx-CliM ol IE also mention- ed, and in other quarters it Is Elated that, owing to llie In the police department Curing the past year, there is overr rcaton to believe a neiv will be thought it from the out.- W t. Men's O'rtn Meeting Thnt direct legislation, which IB on the KlnC'ilo ijoolis of Alberta at pre- and In to hs ainenrled at Ihe next HiginbothamY Pulmonic Syriip FOR PERSISTENT Coughs, 'rfoxriehest, Bronchitll, Croup, Influenza, Whooping Cough, Incipient Ccnlumptlon, and for the relief of consumptive patients In advanced itiges of the disease. 25c, 50t, and Jt.QO A Battle J. D. Higinbothan Co., Ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. CITY AXD DISTRICT I dfti.ce on Thuriday ulgl.l in iBurgman's Hall, H'.h Street North, j 'wckonie. Muiir by 1m- perial orcneslra. Dentln; 9 to 2. COAL Phone 1133 for Goad Co8l a Prompt C. O. D. VI. H. DHINKALL if a'Jvoolia can acconi- iHIi it. paveR the way for prohibition Alb'irla. was the stalfrment madft by Uov. Mr- I'arrott, Grand Chief 1 Templar of I.O.O.T., the Men'n O-AH meeting in North yes- terday. Mr. 1'arroi spcko on provln- roSlfcii, gftve- i clear and wrco-jnt of how the temper' ante forces lo carry oiit their j progrimrufi. Ho nmde globing tMicfia to whit Untied Kj AlbcrtA havo dono fn the (if til feet learislilloa, anrj their stand (ho (jncHtlon of atoUahincE the treating Aa discussion fol Lho The Otn ftij oi-'m meeting noat On a Builneis Trip V. Kltnbal] and James U l.arjcn, of the Automatic Co., left for coast points on n hiial- RDSS trip. Hud No Nelt Ttio cold woalher latl night Crove (ivo oiitof-T-orkR to ihe police BUUiori for a place to sleep. They were AC- STARTED WITH GOOD RESULTS The opening services of the siege of LethbrMge at the Salvation Army Citadel, "which were conducted by Brigadier' and .Mra. Hunter, were tatnly a great success in spite of the Inclemency of the weather. The ex- j-pecled-I'bolHng point" of enthuBlasm 'was reached and surpassed In -the evening service, and tho leaders I feel thinking that a-great work IG going lo be done during the campaign. Tho addreasea of the Brig- were ttcmlns Ith real human 8l and tbo feeling wae tense In jthe extreme at times during tho aer- anil icxny were the pathetic and' Inspiring stories told o! Hindoo life. Mrs, Hunter struck a-chord of, sympathy In every heart last nlgM when abe- related a simple little story- of a Hindoo rnoUicr who jiacl lost her bihft and In the usual hysterical fash- ion had mourned the loes of her darl- ing oYlcr Us burlaK In her sorrow she came to Mrs. Hunter' for sympathy, who told her through the death and resurrection of Jeaug the child now with iitm in Heaven, and she urns comforted, bul laler a Hindoo of high laughed her lo scorn for hrr (sim- plicity in believing in JcBiia, and alie came ninnlr.t' ?.gain lo Memsfvhlb, who again comforted her, but thfa lime would not bcliero so easily, and replied, "Could not the Memeohlb give me a certificate to show (hat my has' gone to How good it la lo ba nMo lo give her the ;tJtlflcal.6 four.d In the Wort of fJOfl. 'Suffer little children to come unto Me, lor B'Jch Is the Kingdom of: A LonaTy fn In-.ltc'J. One vair. arT-rehenderi by the on Saturday. lie 'VCRB lo iso.ou iJ.OCf hall, andJ got out of town. Uilng The KxproHB Co, erlng In ilclebfl today. This IB the UraL day thin -wiuter-plolghs bftfn icea In number on ihn The Secret of Creamy, Flaky Loaves, Light and Wholesome, is Thlg evening one of the greatest de monfitrationB over held In this city on India fffi) be miactcd in fllx rllfferent 1. Indian choir; dressed In native costumo. Hindu woraMp at ujih dxplanfttlor.E. 2. HlgK caate Hindu weddEns, ex- dSild marrft-ffe. 1 j. Mohammedan worship, showing prfwt !o prayer. 5. Indian Salvation Army day 6, Handing over, Hindu lem- "Our Best" Hour Your Grocer carries it Southern Alberta Wheat Southern Albert Labor ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Phone 725 FOR QUALITY MEATS. AT THE Hi0JIT ritlCE. WE HOLD OUH TBLlOPilONE TJUDE. City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET SOUTH LOOK THIS UP Three Loti Block 23, Duff Addition, each Four Loll Block 129 at each Termi One-third Cash, 6 and 12 month: at 6 p. c. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block liisurc happiness for your family and prosperity, for yours oil' by buying your gro- ceries .here. It means Jluil you Avill be placing the grade of food upon your tnblc aiid'paying the lowest cash price for it. XOTE THE ITEMS VEGETABLES TomatocB, large slzn...... !5c. Three (or 40c Corn, 2 tins for...........25c Peaa, 2 ting for...........25c. BKUIS.-2 Uns for 25c Pumpkin, 2 for 25c. Camp's Soups, 2 for -25c Baward's SUITS, per }M. ...5c. 0X0 Cutej, per lln ..I0c, 2Sc. liovrll, bot........75s and We. Johnson's Fluid Beef bot. 41.00 Hclnz's Swcot Mlicil Pickles, Per holtle............. 35c Crosic Hlacfeuell'B I'Jcklcs, Walnuts, Mixed and Chow Chov, pcf'tntllo ........40c. Butler, per hot......45c I'olalcc', per SPECIAL PRICE BREAKFAST FOODS Puffed Ittce. I for .........25c PntfKl Wient. 2 for 25c. Corn Flakes. 3 for........25c Cream of Wheat pkt. ,20c. Korco, rer plit. 15c. Grape Xutfl, per pkl...... 16c. Dairy Huttcr. rcr th......35c. Creamery Rntter, 'Jits for 75c. Pan Cnfce Flour, pkl.......20c. Crisco (for Shortening) ...35t lilno Ktbbon Ten, SHj pkl. Cream Cheeso, pXt......... 15c Tomb Ilcncy, each........30c. Storage Eggs, per doz.....35c Three for N'ew Laid Kggs ...........45c lielry llntter. per lli 35c. Creamery liuttcr. per ..35c. ON CASE GOODS I I !1 PROPR. Two DOORS NORTH Of CAS Omcc, PHONE 1657 612 71? ST. S. pie lo SalvriMoa Army, nfler aU have (tercaMng you should: talto it In. Brig. been converted, aa It has hrtn done at Trpvneha, Inrlla. KOT ktiowlodge and somctbhiB In- Ifuntcr will explain the different scenes. All dressed In stcr.lnl In- dian costume. Collection at the door. Come to the Wesley League WEIGHT SOCIAL TO-NIGHT at Dr. Lovering's Residence, 81 2 3rd Ave. S. ;