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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Hu M UtM k tU NUtt MTE Just Arrived A large assortment cf Enameled S Tinware of alJ kinds Remember that we buy our goods direct from the'.factory and therefore the '-prices fire right. (rive us a call when yon need anything in cmr line Hail Orders Receive Prompt Attention HICK UHIUE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box (570 A Comb Is a Useful Article Nt-arly t.'verybody uses ouo. Why nut buy a good non- breakable comb at Hijtiu- LADIES Have you seen the German n.ado REVELATION COMB? It id light enough to float and strong enough to saw wood. This comb i? made with a hollow back as it is a well known fact thai a tube will bear men- weight, and strain than a solid. carry a large stock of ouinbs f all sorts and sizes. When von want a- comb. j.OJiptottainSCo.Ltil Family and Dispensing Ch Telephone The Store of Quality If you want something; good try a bottle of Hartley's Jam Jelly or Marmalade Can only be had from G. WU 1 CD. The Only WOK Store in the City Clearance Auction Sale Of Dry Goods and Men's Hats, all new and up-to-date goods At 2.30 and 7.30 on Saturday Goods Must Be Sold At Any Price Oddfellows'Block, cor. Dufferin Round W. L. WILSON Auctioner CITY AND DISTRICT Monarch is in the Office Supplies j Blank Books of all kinds. Files, Mucilage, etc and how about an Underwood Typewriter? They are tfee Best. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STd 1st hop Vest of Union Bank Phona 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. J. G: Hood of today. J. F. Haycock, of Alagrath. is in the city today. J. L. Holman of Taber is on busi- ness in tiie city today. Diamond, "That Funny or flurries have occurred in the THE WEATHER. clear 24 0 Cak'ary, clear 36 2 .10 Lethbridge, cloudy 44 13. .0" Medicine Hat, fair.. 44 16 ir T-i southern parts of Alberta maximum teiup-.--i- of 40 degress and over have i re-corded. In other parts of the prairifi provinces the weather has moderately cold. Light THE KEY TO HER HEART is often the gift of axbox of Choco- late Bon Bons or Taffy. Youn? man. the winning box of will McCon key's i.. i: Chocolates THE CHOICE OF ROYALTY A fresh supply just opened up. Everybody delights in its wholesome goodness and so they should. No other candy leaves the factory more fresh or purer than McCbulcey's. I i 4 i I i! Ukrta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I, I. KPLEY, Mgr. LHIIIIKE low" at the Eureka. Dr. Cragg is today and resume practice tomorrow. The C.P.B. will drill for water at Monarch. Alta. District Court adjourned this morn- ing until tomorrow at one o'clock. H. Tennant, Inspector of Customs, went to Cardston on this morning's train. J. P. Home, of Cardston. arrived in the city last night and is on busi- ness today. The Unlucky Artist at the Lyceum tonight. All the hotels western portions. and Saskatch- light snowfalls, much colder. winds, much colder tonight' and Friday. DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY awaits your hand on our counters. Step in and jret it today. Don't the "other tellow" may do the trick first. Ruction's Kandy Kitchen were crowded last night by land seekers, cots having to be used in the corridors. "Jimmie Fax is the funniest man Canada has over known. His face is his fortune. Come and see it. A.E. Shantz of the Shantz Light- ing- Co.. Winnipeg, stayed off in the city last night, being'on his way to his new home in Victoria- "The Darling of the Geishas" will appear at the Lyceum on Feb. IT and 24, when a new cast will seen in this popular comedy. Land in Southern Alberta sells re-1 of C. B. Thomlicson. gardless of season or weather. Last week the Imperial Development Co. sold a section east of Warner to W. CITY AND DISTRICT. iliss Dixie Wilson has returned from a visit to Calgary. Say! Did you see those Pearce Sis. ters at the Eureka. .They are a scream. Mrs. Ernest A. Sharman will re- ceive tomorrow; Friday, and after- wards on the third Friday of each month. Harry Rickrode the aerial wonder in new stunts tonight at the Lyceum. Mrs. K. 13. Johnston, Redpath St., will receive for the first time since her arrival at Lethbridge tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Change of Vaudeville at the Ly- ceum tonight. G. R. White, teller in the Molson's Bank at Caigary is acting accountant! .nch dtiring- the illness i H. ililler of Brighton, Oat., who will locate on the land in the spring. The Pearce Sisters, the best yet, at the Eureka again tonight. Mr. Fax has made people laugh for a score of years, yet through his spontaneous humor and refined -ood fun that bubbles forth with his every word and action, he today is acknow- ledged everywhere as being better than ever. Magistrate MacDougall will be very pleased to meet the person or persons Mr. Fax has in his repertoire- this season new songs and characteriza- tions that will startle the West and known who in fun take, removed his or through mis- coat, hat and the beauty of it all is they are, al- most to a selection, original. The Ottawa Free Press says: Sena- tor L. G. BeVeber and !Mrs DeYeber, of Lethbridge, have taken apartments at the Aylmer, for the session. Daly Ross the German Jokers to- night at the Lyceum. Mrs. (Rev.) J. M, Harrison organiz- ed a branch of the Women's Mission- j ary Society at Westminster Church yesterday afternoon. The officers are: president, Mrs. (Rev.) A. A. Lytle; vice-president, Mrs. Grey; recording secretary, Mrs. Graham; correspond- A CHANCE Buy------ Groceries CHEAP At Our Week End Sale THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. Phone M. Is Your Land in 40 miles of lethbridge? IF SO I CAN SELL IT C. W. COOK Farms, Ranches and City Property Loans and Insurance ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA A Large Assortment of Children's Classic Shoes Jutt Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY residence lots on Round St-, corner locat- ion, cash, balance 6 months. ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK We have Bayers for 2 Good Residential Lots, olose in 1 Lot, close in. Round St preferred 1 Section Land. Lethbridge District TO 4-roomed Cottage, per month Standard Land Co. Ltd. CAPITAL, Boi 680 Phone 198 SURPLUS, Agents Winnipeg Fire Insurance Co. THEATRE Strictly Union Theatre hockey team will play the team from Pincher Creek rink here on Friday ev- ening at 7.30. from the "Hub" last night, ing-secretary. Mrs. Reding-; treasurer, Those who saw the worthj- justice Miss Grey. wending his way home "after thei Nature has endowed Hr. Fax ball" not very warmly clad, are very anxious to see his property restored. Look out for the big program at the Lyceum next week. 40-3 The J. Brown store was ONLY A BLOCKHEAD would prefer poor lumber when he could get tlie best at the same price." But many people, though not blockheads, practi- cally do just that thing. Just tiey tnink LTOBEE IS ALIKE. It not by a great deal. A little experience with ours, will be lesson in lumber quality. Try with -your next order as experiment. When you have it and worked it up, you'll Icoow why ours is different and Miter. (toners-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 33 123 crowded yesterday afternoon with la- dies who. were inspecting ladies' cos- tumes placed on exhibition by a rep- resentative of a large eastern house. The store was carpeted for the occa- sion. Ybur the Handcuff Queen at the Lyceum next week. The Stafford-Agnew Co. have in their a display of builders' hardware which includes everything necessary to construct a house. The goods are high class and are nicely arranged. Dunsworth and Valder in a new sketch at the Lyceum The James Fax Concert Company greatest concert company that toured Western Canada, will ap- pear at Oliver's Hall tonight tinder the auspices of the Y.M.C. This is an All-Artist compnny that never fails to piease. with a face full of elasticity as a nut is full of meat. It is a face that lends itself once -to any desired im-- face that requires no artificia.1 the face of the natural short, it_'s the Fax face. For fighting the door posts and creating a disturbance generally at the Arlington yesterday, Jos. Lanty, a recent arrival from Michel, was asked to leave the city in twenty-four 40-3 hours, his wire' not reputation, received by cer- Mr. ROT KITED NTTIES and FOUITIIN STIIIKS Made by Damson Rubber Company. Are the best in the market, and sold by J. J. Johnston Fnttripftn Dracgitt -QUALITY QUAMTEHt- LANTERNS Cold Blast Dashboard Railroad for Coal Oil Cold 75c Blast and Regular No. 2 90c WINNIFRED Winnifred, Jan. has in creased so much in the last month or 'so that OUE merchant, 3Jr. P. J. Be- Marce is compelled to build again. This time it will be an addition to his store, 12. by 38 feet. If the wea- ther stays fine he thinks be will be able to have it .nearly up by Satur- day. Mr. Geo. Caye nearly completed his fine large bam this week. It tainly makes a fine showing. Cayc, keep the good work up. A. R. Eoice and E. Lyon were guests here Saturday night. Mr. Roice and Lyon were on their way from Taber to the Hat. Mr. Kent Kendall from York, ST. Dakota, arrived here the fore part of the .week with, a car of horses and machinery. Mr. Kendall was snow- bound in Dakota for over a week. He says Sunny Alberta, .looks good to him, L. B. Losey and :son, located five miles south of here, just arrived with a car of lumber and household effects. Mr. Losey had a .little accident en route. His car caught fire find burn- ed up several dollars worth of.furni- ture and household goods. Mr. Ray Williams is again able to be out. after an illness of a coupic of weeks. Mr. .and Mrs. Gosslyn made a flying trip to Lethbridge Thursday night, returning Friday morning. H. W. principal of the Ciaresholm Public School, was nwr- ricd at Calgary to Miss Nina Kerr, of Kars, Ont. DALY ROSE 2 German Jokers RICHRODE The Aerial Wonder CHRISTOPHER In New Novelties DUNSWORTH NALDER Comedy Sketch Artists 6 BIG FEATURE PICTURES PETE DUNSWORTH Illustrated Melodies 1st Performance .................7.45 2nd Performance..................9.20 and 25c Seating Lots of-Eoom for All WILL ENTER ACTION .New Tr.rk, Jan. for the White Star Line say they expect to commence action today against the Lloyd Italian Line as a result of the collision betweerT the steamships Re- public and Florida. A libel .will be filed against' the' Italian .company which will embody the charges made by the White Star Co. These will be adjusted by tbe admiralty court. The Calgary bowlers defeated High River last evening, winning three straight games by a total of against pins. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION wanted. Must be first class. Apply at Model Res- tauvaut. 40-O FOR express, horse, waggon and business-, at a bargain. .Apply Edw. Bectdl. McKeown Hardware. .Co. 40-0 GIRL girl for general house work. Good wages .to competent, girl. Call 1204 Courtland. Mrs. C. R. Carlson. 40-6 Little Bobbt 30c Co. YOB tin Ont of Town n-rite OF CANADA Capital, lest art iivided Profits Exccd Why Not Save? The prudent man, in Uieday of plenty, system- atically puts by a portion of his income against the time when he may need it badly. Then, with a substantial Ink ACCtlltf he does not fear what the future may bring. You cannot start a Savings Account too soon. or upward opens an account. Interest at highest current rate added at regular intervals. Money may be with- drawn at any time. LCTHBHIOOff J. R. Andtrwn, Manaftr. The Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co. HEAD BLOCK P. O. Box 387 Lethbridge, Alta. E. T. McGREGOTt, 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 IN LETHBRIDGE Fifteen Roomed House Centrally located, 2 blocks from business centre. Snap for boarding house prop- osition. For particulars Skeith Tiliey Cor. Dufferin and Round Phone 197. MONEY MAKER Two corner lots, West- minster and Oourtland sts. each, half cash, 3 and 6 mouths. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Thf loss caused by fire at 'the green- house of T. L. Clarke on Tuesday night was over many valuable plants being destroyed. Business is being carried on as usual and ladies will receive their usual customary weekly supplies. Will Sell Yoxi go xT inside lots, cheap, and loan you the money to build. G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block We have just received a full assortment of STEPHEN'S CELEBRATED PAINTS Also Brushes, from the Sign Writer's to Kalsomining. Call and Inspect Our Prices are Right HAYR BROS. P. 0. Box 27 Phone 75 ;