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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VMBST JOB HUNTING THE HERALD The Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY UN n utftNi ii nun r Just Arrived Urge assortment of Enameled 8 Tinware of all kinds Remember that we buy our goods direct from tbejfactory and therefore the prices are right. Give us a call when you need anything in our Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention THE Km co. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 070 Ouf Dispensing Department is ready to fill your prescrip- tions. recognize that the sick require quick attention and aim to do your work rapidly and accurately. We have a phono and mes- senger boys. Do not hesitate to use the phone. We will deliver the goods us prompt- ly as possible. J.O. Family and Dispensing Ch Telephone Niff cle CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality If you want something good try a bottle of Hartley's Jam Jelly or Marmalade Can only be had from PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CD. Tfce Oily UNION Store ii the City Auction Sale of Bankrupt Stock (NEW Commencing TUESDAY EVENING AT 7.30 TO CONTINUE EVERY EVENING General Dry (roods and Men's Hats of all kinds to be had at your own price Oddfellows' Block, cor. Dufferin Round Office Supplies Blank Books of all kinds, Files, Mucilage, etc and how about an' Uaderwood Typewriter? The} are the Best. lOBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st BMP West of Union Bank Phon. 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. THE WEATHER. .Edmonton, cloudy 24 Cs.3go.ry. clear 40 The new Presbyterian Church will fair 42 be open for inspection on Sunday. Medicine Hat fair 40 Tickets for the Fax Concert Thursday night, 50c, 75c and A full practice of the hockey club is j THEATRE BRUSHES requested for tonight. Kenny and Miss E. Konny Icave on today's train for their home in Calgary. A carload of settlors' effects from Oxford, X. S.. arrived in the city to- day for Mrs. 0. E. Talt. Entire change of programme to, night at the Eureka. Jno. Kenny sold Ms house and lot on Redpath St. today to R. V. Gib- bons at a good figure. Jesse Frasor came in on the local yesterday from La combe and is stay- ing in the city for a day or two. Inspector went to Taber and Grassy Lake last night to inspect de- tachments "of The Lethbridge Intermediate hockey team have accepted a challenge from Medicine Hat to play here on Febru- ary 12th. See the 'little champion hard and soft shoe dancers at the Eureka. A Munroe and TV. Yenaey returned i from their fruit land at Salmon Arm B. C., last night and went to Ray- mond this morning. Carl .Johnson, alias Delancy. was charged today at the city police court with vagrancy. Prisoner was given a term of six months. He is an old IS IS 30 16 Winnipeg, clear.................. 26 Bulletin From Central Office The weather has been comparative- Strictly Union Theatre Jy mild in most of Alberta, moderate- ly cold in Saskatchewan and has turn ed a little colder in Manitoba. FORECAST Manitoba, fine and moderately cold Alberta and Saskatchewan, and mild. CITY AND DISTRICT. Hockey practice tonight at 7.00. W. H. Weber ij. on a trip to the Coast. Don't faii to see the Pierce Sisters at the Eureka. James A. McDonald leaves tonight on a Creek's trip to Calgary and Ed- monton. G. Power will be in charge of the office. J. F. Steiner of Uphani, X.D.. who is interested in lands near here, is in the city. The motion pictures ever pre- sented in our city at the Eureka. DALY ROSE 2 German Jokers RICHRODE The Aerial Wonder CHRISTOPHER In New Novelties Is te Land in miles of Lettiridjie? IF so i CAN SELL IT c. w. Farms, Ranches and City Property Loans and Insurance ROOM 3, MACDONALD SLOCK LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA A Large of Children's Classic Shoes Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY i! residence lots on Round St-, corner locat- ion., caah, balance 6 months. ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK DUNSWORTH Comedy Sketch NALDER Artiste 6 BIG FEATURE PICTURES PETE DUNSWORTH Illustrated Melodies 1st Performance.................7.45 2nd Performance ................9.20 and 25c Seating Lota of Room for All The Hub was a very busy place ..Our variety in prices and patterns is so broad that you will almost find fault with us for- having so many. But we want to satisfy everybody and everybody is satisfied. You too, will be satisfied, if you buy brushes here. Ukrta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists L I. NUT, lip. IETXII1I6E Monday night. The events were the Scottish Dance Supper, in commem- oration of Burns' birth. the Scotch national dish "the Haggis" together with other Scottish delica- cies were brought into the dining room escorted by the pipers in tall dress, playing national tunes with I offender and as recently as Saturday oae hundred guests rising and last was ordered to leave 'the city, j coring- heartily. Toasts were drunk Lethbrjdge intermediate hockey team will play the team from Pincher Creek on the rink here on Friday ev- ening at 7.30. tntire change of pictures at the Lyceum tonight. Twelve carloads of graders outfit, the property Of Corey Bros., in from Armington, Mont., last night, and are going to Gleicben today to continue work on the C.P.R. The results of the special services at Westminster -Church are so far very encouraging. A cordial tion is extended to all to attend. 3Ir. McLaughlin is a fine singer and sings at each of the services >rhe latr nigfat Mr- Pi an A I L and speeches made. The Rev. Mr. Gordon, guest of. honor, closed the supper with a few appropriate quot- ations. After the Scotch guests had left the room "The Sweet Lavender" company was entertained to en- joyable supper by 31r. Asquith, when toasts and speeches were again givvn, and tokens given to several of the members iu appreciation of their mer- its. The Sweet lavender company was entertained to another supper 01TY AND DISTRICT. The new scales are being used to- day. Furniture for the new Presbyterian Church arrived this morning. Rev. J. S. Chivers recently united in marriage Fred W. Butter, of Leth- bridge and Mrs. Sarah Wallace of Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrs. B. Younghusband re- turned this morning from an extended trip to Ottawa. Lew Diamond, "that funny fellow" at the Eureka. Pincher Creek's senior hockey team will play the Lethbridge seniors on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 the final scheduled game of.the season. A Scotchman after hearing Harry Lauder in M assay Hail, Toronto, said "Give me our own Jimmie Fax." J Fifteen Roomed II House Centrally located, 2 blocks from business centre. Snap for boarding house prop- osition. For particulars Skeith Tilley Cor. Dufferin and Round Sts. Phone 197. We have Buyers for 2 Good Residential Lots, close in 1 Lot, close in, Round St. preferred 1 Secti >u Land, Lethbridge District TO Cottage, per month Standard Land Co. Ltd. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, Box 680 Phone 198 Agssis Winnipeg Fire Inscrance Co. subject for tonight came." is "The three The Woman's ilissionary Society .of Wesley Church-will hold their regular monthly meeting in the lecture rooms on Thursday (tomorrow) afternoon Piano recital by pupils of Miss Margaret M. Fraser, A.T.C.M., to be held in St. Augustin's Assembly Hall on Thursday evening, Jan. 28. Pro- ceeds for the hospital. Admission, 25c. CARD OF THANKS T. L. Clarke, .florist, wishes to thank all- those who gave such will- ing and prompt help at .his recent trreenhouse fire. FUNERAL OF ARCHBISHOP. Toronto. Jan. the bells of all the Anglican churches in the city tolling, the funeral services over the remains of Archbishop Sweetman took place this afternoon at three o'clock. In the morning the pub- lic was admitted to St. Alban's Cathe- dral to -view the body lying in state. At 2 p.m. the bishops and clergy as- sembled in the crypt of the church, and at 2.30 the official service com- menced. The service was conducted by Archdeacon Sweeney Canon The Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co. HEAD BLOCK P.O. Box 387 Lethbridge. Alta. E. T. McGREGOB, MANAGER We Boy 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 To Rent New cottage one block west of Westminster school. G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block of the Anglican Church was used without a sermon. The funeral cor- McNab. The usual burial services te--1' wa-- of imposing proportions. r Two corner lots, West- minster and Courtland sts. each, half cash, 3 and 6 months. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK paper vrill be read by at 3.30. A -Airs. Xytle. The date of the poultry show is drawing very close now and we hope that every one is keeping an after- noon free, in order that they may be present, to see the sights. There will be not only "Old Hens" but also some of the prettiest "maidens" that this age can produce. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION 39.0 for housework, morn- ings only. Office. The Good CD'S wech End Bargains Address Box 0., Herald 39-2 on right shoulder. T________ formation as to whereaboute. Fowler, High Biver, Alta. ONLY A BLOCKHEAD prefer poor lumber when years The man Blasco, the furniture break i Seldin8- wtlite er, who was up at. the district court yesterday, was fined and made to pay ?200 damages. Hike Kuperiski is being tried today for shooting Mike MiUs in the arm at No. 3 on the Roumanean. IvTew Year, Jan. 14th. He was given two months. The best Irish Comedian on tht stage at the Eureka. A notice appears in the postoffice today issued from the Department of the Interior that farmers applying to Norman M. Ross, of the Chief Tree Planting Division, Indian Head, Sask.. will receive a bundle of trees free of REWARD-One light bay fiJle five years old; one he could get the best at the same price. But many people, though not blockheads, practi- cally do just that thing1. Just liecause they tuink ALL LUMBER IS ALIKE. It sn't; not by a great deal. A little experience with ours will lesson in lumber quality. Try us with your next order as an experiment. When you have uied it and worked it up, you'll know why oiirs is different and better. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld tt 23 Ma 123 million the past of these trees have been sent out, 85 per cent, of which are now living. and tail, four to reward for in- M. R. 39-3 These are Caah Prices and are good for THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY of this Week Only CUT THIS AD. CUT OF THE PAPER FOR REFERENCE LANTERNS NOT WITH IOTTIB and fiHTIIK WIKKJ Made by Dawgon Rubber Company. Are the beat in the market, and sold by J. Johnston -QUALITY QUAftTIIW- Railroad for Coal Oil Cold Blast Regular No. 2 Little Bobbt 75c and 90c "If Owt write Ui FRENCH Uegular 25c each. Week end price, 20c or 2 for 35t. Cross Brand, gallon jars in mixed, sweet or Chow Chow, each. Week end price .90c 50 and 60. Regular 15c a Ib. or a box. Week End price lOc a Ib. or box. Brand, nothing fin- er on the market. Regular 22c per Ib. Week End price I8c Ib. TABLE 12 oz. glove boxes. Regular 15c .each. Week End price 4 boxes for 25c. COOKING lOc per Ib. Week End Price 4 Ibs. for 25c. ENGLISH BROWN CLARKS in tins.. Regular 35c per tin. _Week End Price, 20c or 2 for 36c. CORNED in 1-lb tins. Regular 20c each. Week End price, J5c each. CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES Clark's in tins; Regular 25c each. Week End price 20c each or 2 for 35c. RAISINS AND per Ib. Week end price !0c per Ib. Gloss, in 6 Ib. tins. Regular 75c each. Week End price 65c each. recandlcd and