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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 4> FREE BU6 TO ALL TRAINS J .Windsor ftMt '11.25; a Day Hotel in J. T "r1 J- WHEN IN LF.THBRtDGE J The Dallas- Hotel lis the Best and Most Conven- ,i- icnt Place to Stay Keen Kutter Meat and Food Chopper Many food choppers are nor choppers at tear and cruih the food into a unfortunately, there is no way of knowing this until it is too laie. But here is food chopper that cuts. You can readily identify It by the trade mark and you know if it is iiot satisfactory-your money will be refunded. To be sure of the food cutter that cuts, say Keen Kutter Meat and Food Chopper It is equipped with cutters for any degree of fineness you wish, cute, quickly with ease, meats, fish, vegetables, fruits and auU. can be prepared and much waste pre- vented by the use of one of the perfect dishes. Sold and guaranteed by Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 7tt P. O. Box 670 We Special Attention to Mall Orden Books 15C ____ r 35C .W. .3 for 20e -3 for 50c 60c 3 for S1-50 .75c v.-. ........3 for Old Magazines T, 25c a bunch ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST CF UNION BANK. PHONE 1265. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Prescriptions filled as indicated Iso matter who vour doctor is he will tell you v in case of sickness his greatest help in bring- ing his; patient back to health is to have a druggist fill his prescription as he indicates. We fill prescriptions in. just this way. ALBERTA DRUG co. DESCRIPTION: SPECIALISTS. A. 1. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 For Those Sore Hands You iriil Had there is nothing so nice to use as a bottle of our Italian Cream Balm A few applications of this preparation each night makes the skin. afsoft and smooth, as velvet in a few minutes after being applied, nothing greasy about it- and on premises. Price a bottle. JACKSON GOPE PRESCRIPTION CRUGGISTS Succtssors JOHNSTON JACKSON. JM1ZRLOCK SLOCK. PHONE 1232. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things that he Ivnovs must be done. How about your farsightedness? Can'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 of f? Why not come in and let us tell you the cost of the stuff 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 IT PAY YOU IN'DOLLARS AND CENTS TO DO THIS. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. ACADiA 1LOCK NORTH 523. Limited EAST 423. Stock-Taking Bargains As January is the month we lake stock in and find now that we are over-stocked in some are offering Special Inducements on [he Following goods for a short time only. FIRST CLASS labels slightly dara- asetl. Quality of the goods guaranteed as good as when it wiis.yacked. in 7 tins. Regu- lar tins. Special price, each.........75c B. assorted, in 7 Ib. tins. Regular 51.2G. Special price, each...............85c B. iu 1 Ib. tins, reg. 20c tins. Special price...................2 tins for 25c sweet mixed, in 20 oz. round bottles. Res. 35c per bottle. Special 25c sweet mixed or Gherkins. Regular 30c bottles. Spcial, per bottle ......20c B. Soho sweet mixed. Heg. 30c bottles. Sneelal price....................20c WORCESTER P. Finest Worcester sauce put up iu-phit Regular 75c bot- ttee. Special price.......................60c WORCESTER in pint bottiqs. Regular 20c. bottles. Special price ........I5c in 5 Ib. tins. Reg. 85o tins. Special price .................65i: PEELED tins, regular 30c tins. Spe- cial price, each ___......................SOc oblong tins. Genuine imported French sardines. Res. 25c tina. Special price ...............................2 for 35c RED CURRANT brand in 7 Ib. tins. Reg. SOc tins. Special price.........70c CALIFORNIA 40c per dozen. Special price per dozen ...................SOc We have a splendid stock of HIGH CLASS GROCERIES in all lines and we guarantee QUALITY AND PRICE with any in SOUTHERN ALBERTA. THE GOOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE- PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY The Bentley CoV Ltd. BARGAINS IN FOOTWEAR ii THE WEATHER Kamloops, dear 12 i Calgary, clear -20 -30 Prince Albert Moose Jav; S S 2C Qu'AppeUe -Winnipeg, clear G Edmonton, fair 18 3S Leihbridgc, clear 30 j Battlclord, clear 31 j Swift- Current, clear H J2; Hegioa, fair 12 3S! The weather has been fine and very I cold over the prairie provinces, espec- ially so in Alberta. and Saskatchewan where even the maximum temperature j ranged from 5 degrees below zero to I 20 below. FORECAST AH Fine and very cold today and on Saturday. CITir AND DISTRICT R. W. Pillmg.of in the ciry yesterday on business. c The Bank Of Toronto is opening a branch at Merrit, B; C. D. C. Marriott, sign painter, re- turned yesterday morning from a two weeks' business trip to Calgary. The Golden West Realty Co. ycster- Idjy. sold lots.29 and 30 in block 119, on Sixth avenue, south. Among the visitors to town yester- I day from Cardston was D. E. Harris, of the Card-Harris Land Co. Messrs. Bradley. Brown and Noblnj were elected as a village council lorj Caylcy. Constable J. Geogeghah, of the cits- police force, has .purchased the Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co., the house and lot on William -street, described as lot -IS, block 125. Rev. J. C. Swirzer, bi Brandon, and at one time, stationed in Lethbridge, has accepted a call to Wesley Metho- dist church, Vancouver, the largest Methodist church on the coast. Scandia, the new brotherhood of Scandinavians, will meet in Reriing's Hall, North Lethbridge, Saturday, Jan. 28th, at S o'clock.p.m. All mem- bers as well as intended members are most cordially invited .to attend. The father and mothe r of Frank Beagle, who has been "temporarily mentally deranged, are expected to arrive shortly, from T'owa and will take him hack to Iowa. Mrs. Beagle The Pincher Creek'Echo says Mrs. Gladstone, of'Twin Butte, was being conveyed to the Memorial Hos- pital here, the lady succumbed to some malady for which she-was on her way to be treated for. Mrs. Glad- stone, -who was advanced in years, was the of Mr. Alex. Glad- stone, well known in the district. Queenie Godfrey, three weeks' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. Godfrey, of Barnes Mines, Royal' View, died Wednesday at her parent's home. The funeral was held today from the house at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. R. Mur- rell-Wright officiating. Interment was made in St. August'm's cemetery, in charge of R. G. Addison. Every morning from half past eight {o'clock until nine, school children, 1 particularly little tots, can ho seen standing shivering in cold around Ye Old Blue Willow Dinnerware Cups in 4 shapes. Plates in 4 sizes. Platters 3 sizes. Era its. Egg Cups. Pitchers. 0 'sizes. Bowls. Sugars. Open stock. See o.ur CITY AND DISTRICT j Clias. F.-Harris, barrister of Mac-; kocl, is in the today on legal business. Immigration Inspector Chas, Mair j of Coutts, returned from Medicine j 11 lilt last night and went south to ihe j boundary this morning. j Messrs. Ives and Ball, Stafford Block, have been appointed I local solicitors for ihe British Colum- bia Life Assurance Co., oi Vancouver. .Mrs. D. .J. McLennan, Twelfth St., south, left this morning on a threcl or four months' trip'to visit relatives in London, England. Robert sales manager of the Oitumwa box Car Loader Co., Ottumwa. Iowa, is in town today on business with different coal coni- j panics.. KIRKHAMBROS. 315 Crabb Street HAIRBRUSHES are constantlv t moving from coun- ter to customer. The goods are right, the price is right. Let you them at prices' From 35c to The Store L D, i Family and Cheinlsti Night Day Telepnotii Na 322 N'fght Bell on Front Door ..In the District Court this morning j the civil suit of Holt vs. Mrs. Wag- j horn, was set over jmtil the next i sittings at the 'r'equest-'of Charles F. j Harris, lawyer for- defendant. said that' his-client was ill. j Henry -Bohcman, an old police court offender was found -by Constable eoscghan last night, lying in the snow in with his extremities just commencing to freeze. The ;iian! was drunk. He is being held at the j DOlice station until the return of Po- ;icc Magistrate Ball from Great Falls; tomorrow. Col. Taylor, lecturer on the hand- ling'and safe-transportation of high explosives and other dangerous artic- les, arrived in "his specially equipped car last night. He will lecture to- night in the A. R. T. reading room to trainmen, engineers, yardmen, and! freight shed iren on the safe handling of explosive materials and such sub- jects. .Granum curlers are anxious Opportunity to humiliate iocat curl- ers, and several from that town have written in regard to some matches. S. J. Shepherd, secretary-treasurer of the curling club, is in receipt of letter from the Granum club inquir- ing as to dates of the local bonspicl. i and staving that they send two rinks to compete. j As reported in the Herald several- days ago Messrs. Ellis Hill block, are discontinuing the res-! tan .-oi trick business. Thc'.j partnership is not being however, although Mr. E. M. Mur-j phy is going to Medicine Hat to ac- cept the position oi chef in the new Alberta Hotel in that city. A. E. El- lis will continue "to conduct 'the fruit I and confectionery business and the ice parlors here. i Ives and Ball, solicitors for the de- fendant, J. B. Austin, of. in the action for slander brought against him by J. P. Low, constable of Cardston, demanding damages in j the sum of enwred an appear-1 BUSINESS LOCALS Pictures change tonight a-fc the Eu- reka. Don't miss them. Call 66B, the Messenger Service for quick message and oafi- gage Office 307 Crabb St. i has also been entered for H. W. Pill- another defendant in the same Just ttvo more nights to sec the j action. famous fire dances by Aimec o'clock. Many of The little ones are scantilr clari for- tailor-made waisls. These are mado IiavInS ?oar sna-re 01 them, tor of pure Irish Linen, some oi which 10 Liner. i below zero weather, antl the sympathy are beautifully embroidered. Prices: ;of many citizrns hurrying by to S2.25. You arc cordially invited iness has been aroused. Some of the jlo them at the Irish i latter called at the Herald office this; Store. i morning with the suggestion that tfa i school doors i usual ler plan would be for parents not to to a an) old tine with the suggestion that t >v nl board be asked to have CITY AND DISTRICT H every da s opened half an hour earlier than -______ thc 3" I during the cold weather. A bet-j R v.ncht is leaving is .omoircY, irTei n welcome r.ews when w elad. 1 will refer "Misery likes to, j here in southern Minnc- ota, are naring one of our oM-time .j degress j hciow roldcst it has been in j dayj and! thei Men's Shoes High grade shoes with lines in them that, plainly show cluBivonesfi, and qualities that are found only in footwear of tho better grade. Men's Gun Metal Men's Patent Mucker Men's Bongo la Calf Bluoher Men's Box Kid Biucher.__. McPherson's Famous Shoes S5.50 55.00 These are in the well known makes, ihe McPherson and the Florslieum. Ladies' Shoes We have a very popular shoe for winter.wear, that is not-only stylish In appearance, but is comfortable, as it is built over a last that is wide on the bottom and permits the foot to lie perfectly flat and easy without cramping. Comes in Calfskin and Patents. Women's Patent Bin. Cloth Women's Dongola Kind, and Women's Tan Biucher 20 pet1 cent. Discount on these lines Felt Slices, Overshoes, Rubbers. Slippers, Moccasins. 10 per cent, off so j-f- SKATING AT THE TONIGHT i his parents, h--r hars lots oi snow, anOTrs. A. M. Wright, at Medi-- seems to be a connecting linlcj iia'-- i ijCXiWrcn Ine snow anu wittlri' jf. B. Hagell, proprietor 0: tnc News j of SonuVm Albrrta. The doctors department, ie't this too. are busy. They managed! RWK having called to-to off one a day the fiVst half oft -f-jthr bpnside of his brother, Edgar ihc month, which is goir.jz; some forj -rlftli, of Stockotr, Montana, who is we-is town of four thousand. U'ith iiously ill ID 2 Kails lioipital. [wishes for By letting us figure on your requirements in Building Material Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta While our.bakery is becoming popular, we would remind you that- our CAFE EXCELS IN QUALITY Our French English pastry are favorites. ROCHQN BROS. BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. CAPE. Breakfast Food What is more delicious than a dainty plateful of toasted FOR BREAKFAST It wil) make you feel like tackling that- new Post Office all yourself. Mr. Business up 1027 and tell us to leave a sample loaf at your House. EAKF-R JLfXiLjL Second Avenue A, North ;