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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD Koff No More Just Arrived A large assortment of The Store of Quality f you want good Cmmed Goods yon should buy It is not necessary to let that hacking, health.destroy- ins: cough linger. You diatvly our SYRUP OF TAR WITH WILD CHERRY li L> the remedy that im- duces best results in cure of Recent and Chronic Coughs arid Colds; Bronchitis; Hoarseness; Loss of Voice; And other Bronchial and Throat Troubles, i'o'r sale at 25c and 50c per bottle Remember ALWAYS RELIABtf Can only be had from that we buy our goous direct from and therefore she -prices are right. Give us a call when you need anything in our line PHONE -Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention C. BHADBEEfl CO. Only WOK Store in the City J.D. The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Vim In utttridp Is the DIMS 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. Duff erin Round W. L. WILSON Auctioner THF i HICK HARD1RE CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 J Victor Berliner Columbia and Edison Talking Ma- chines and Records all sizes and prices. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st IMP West of Union Bank Phont 251 Agents for Undervood McCon key's 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 McConkey's. HkrfrDrygandBookCo, Prescription Specialists WIEY, Mgr. LETH8IH CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. F. J. MacMurphy ha? return- ed irom a visit wiih her mother at Pincher Creek. HOCKEY PRACTICE AFTER INTERMEJDIETE GAME TONIGHT AT 9.30. The new block beside the postoffice will be used as a restaurant and a meat market. Aid. Adams with wife and family goes to California tomorrow night on a pleasure trip. Big Special Matinee at the Eureka tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. Bring your children to see the clever little Pearce Sisters. F, R. F. McKitrick came m from Macleod this morning and is staying in the city for a. day or so. The following; will be the lineup in the Intermediate hockey game to- night on the rink here: goal, W. Brad beer; point, C. Davies; c.-point, C. McGuire; rover, B. Davies; centre, Wedd; r.-wintr, B. McKay; l.-wing, W. Sinclair. Don't miss Joseph M. Ducrow, New York's famous bridge Character Impersonator and Monolo- tonight. 41-2 An Epworth .League and Sunday- School Convention will be. held at CloreskoLm. in February. Rev. Dr. THE Edmonton, ciear 0 Calgary, clear 16 Lethbridge, fair 22 Medicine Hat, clear 16 Winnipeg, cloudy 22 High winds have prevailed, .20 j .12; .111 .2 .14 and THEATRE ry coW weather has set in all over i Stricdy Union Theatre the Wfstern Provinces, temperatures I fallitiir to irom 10 to 28 degrees below) zero. and colder on Saturdav. i Chown, secretary of the prohibition j and moral reform department of the ITethodist Church, of" Canada and Rev. Mr. Doyle Epworth League secretary, will attend and deliver addresses. HOCKEY PRACTICE AFTER INTERMEDIETE GAME TONIGHT AT 9.30. Manager Brown has secured the ser- vices of J. 31. Ducrow, who jumped the New Blackwell's Island Bridge, New York and is now in vaude- ville. He will be at the Lyceum to- night. Rev. Mr. McLaughlin preached an impressive sermon at Westminster CITY AND DISTRICT. A bill to incorporate the Cardston Club before the Legislature. It is stated that Hon. C. W. .Cross and ex-Mayor McDougall will be the Liberal candidates for the Legisla- ture in -Edmonton. Big Special Matinee at the Eureka tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. Bring your children to see the clever little Pearce Sisters. On March 10th, the Winnipeg sitting of the Railway Commission will be- gin with, meetings to follow in Re- DALY ROSE 2 German -Tokers RICH RODE The Aerial Wonder CHRISTOPHER In New Novelties DUNSWORTH Comedy Sketch NALDER Artists A CHANCE ------To Buv------ Groceries CHEAP At Our Week End Sale THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. Phone 98- SCHOOL TRUSTEES MEET Church comes." "Standing at the Door" Services last night on "The three Has subject tonight will be on Sunday. Everybody welcome. Look out for the big program at the Lyceum next week. 4Q4 All persons interested in observing the anniversary of the birth of Ab- raham Lincoln are invited and urged to attend a meeting tomorrow (Satur gina. Edmonton, Vancouver, Victor- ia, Xelson and Lethbridge. The Banquet Committee met yes- tcrday and decided to hold the Board of Trade banquet on Friday, Feb. 12. Invitations will be sent to the presi- dents of all the Boards of Trade in Southern Alberta, members of the Provincial Cabinet, Senator DeVeber, j C. A. Magrath. M.P., and prominent railway officials. Tiie Young Men's Club are to be congratulated on securing such art- ists as the James Pax Co. to repre- sent their interests in the Oliver Hall last night. The spontaneous whole- some wit of Mr. Fax is a refreshing treat after the many attempts that i are made along this line. Wit that j does not require vulgarity or any I manner of rude setting to produce mirth of the heartiest kind is a lux- ury in which the West cannot often indulge. Mr. Fax's songs are so re- j fined and the humor so evident that all enjoy his fun-making to the full. 6 BIG FEATURE -PICTURES PETE DUNSWORTH Illustrated Melodies Isi Performance .................7.45 2nd Performance ----............9-20 .and 25c Seating Lots of Room for All ADDED SPECIAL ATTRACTION JOSEPH M. DUCROW Xew Yorks Famous Bridge now in Monologist and Impersonator. Third Annual Convention Held at Strathcona A Large Assortment of Children's Classic Shoes Just Received at THE FOOT TOGGERY residence lots on Round St-, corner locat- ion, cash, balance 6 months. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK We have Buyers for 2 Good ilesideutial Lots. closi> in 1 Lot, close in, Round St, preform! 1 Section Land. Lethbridge District TO Cottage, S12 per month Standard CAPITAL, Bos 680 Plume Land Co. SURPLUS Agents Winnipeg Fire Insurance Co. PICTURE POST CARD SOCIAL BIG Hockey Match third annual convention of the Asso- j ciation of School Trustees met in the j Fellows temple at Strathcona this morning at 10 o'clock with the president, W. D. Ferris, in the chair, over one hundred members being pregii'iit. Addresses of welcome were made by his worship, Mayor Dug- gan, on behalf of the city of Strath- cona; by Hon. A. C. Rutherford, on behalf of the Strathcona school board; by Broadus for the University of Arlberta and Rev. Archdeacon Grfiy as a member of the Edmonton school board. On behalf of the As. aociatiou Rev. A. R. Aldridge, of Vermillion. J. A. Jackson, of Ponoka j and Dr. A. Claude Johnston of Lnnd- I breck, responded to these addresses of welcome. i On Monday evening the members of Wesley Epworth League met in the basement of the church in the form of a social evening. About fifty young people took part in a very enjoyable evening-. It took the form of a pic- ture post card social, post cards be- ing on sale in the room, a post office in which to post them, and a delivery wicket. Miss Thompson of Maple Creek making a very capable post- mistress. About ten o'clock refresh- ments were served after which Miss McCann was awarded a prize for win- ning the guessing competition. The balance of the evening was taken up in games, and the meeting closed with Aulcl Lang. Syne, everybody going home after enjoying a good evening of entertainment. ON 'CITY RINK will be held both morning and evening "Mither and an origiaH song, is day) night in the Young Men's Club rooms. C. W. Cook last week sold a sec-. tion thirty miles north of the city for morning for Raymond and points an acre tQ a perfect screamer, whilst- "Hooli-! j ffan's Fancy Dress Ball" is a. maze of jawbreakers. Mr. Fax is an artist with few compeers. The assisting artists, Miss Quigley, pianist; Miss Winters, vocalist, and Miss Galbraith. reader-, arc all of the highest order. .J. J. Ftmnan left the city this Pincher Creek (SENIORS) vs Lethbridge (SENIORS) j MENELIK'S HEALTH Rome, _Jan. special despatch. i received here from Abyssinia says thai while King Menelik is ill, his condition., is not so bad as has been reported, Italy, France and Great j Britain have, reached an understand- j ing for the protection of Europeans j in Abyssinia in the event of an up. i rising in case Menelik should die. OMLY A BLOCKHEAD Thorson, of Towner, X.V. Mr. Thorson will lo- cate on the land in the spring- and commence development. This week Mr. Cook sold a section at Black Spring Ridge to W. A. Leader at an acre. Ybur the Handcuff Queen at the Lyceum next week. 40-3 R. H. Young of the A. R. I. Co', has returned from Magrath where he has been relieving Agent A. Munroe. 'T2C. H. Young, who is making a honeymoon trip through the west is visiting in the city with his bride. Mr. Young is from Girvin, Man., where he is the sole agent for the In- ternational Outfit Co.. also handling hardware. MEET IN LETHBR1DGE Edmonton, Alta., Jan. 29 The Alberta School Trustees' convention will meet in Leth- bridpe next year. would prefer poor lumber when j Added special attraction at the Ly- COUld best at the ceum tonight-Ducrow-Char.cter Ira. same price. But many people, though not blockheads, practi- cally do just that thing. -Just they taint ALL LUMBER IS ALIKE. It not by a great deal. A EUle Experience with ours will be a lesson in lumber quality. Try us withfyour next order as aA When you have it and: worked it up, you'll know wliy'outs id different and tetter. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld 83 123 personator and 41-2 NOT WITER GOITUS and FOUNTMH SYRIN6ES Made by Dawson R obiter Company. Are the best in the market, and sold by J. J. Johnston j -QUALITY QUARTER1- Poor Hardware on a Good House it Like an Old Hat on a Well Dressed Man Let us show you some AM Builders' Hardware Stafford-lgnew Co, "If Yoa Out of wrHt Of1 SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK ADMISSION j TO INVESTIGATE EXPLOSIONS j Ottawa, Jan. view ,of the j many recont coal oil explosions in Western .Canada, Senator Domville gives no-tics that he will move for the appointment of a Royal Commission to investigate the manner in which coal oil is imported into and sold in Canada, with power to send for per- sons and papers and make full in- quiry into all explosions within the pnst three years. LADIES 25c GENTS 50c TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. Assemblyman Draper's bill in the State Legislature for permission to build another bridge across the Nia- gara Hiver, at Foster's Flats, is be- ing vigorously opposed by other porations seeking similar rights on the ground that rattlesnakes from Ca nada would invade that country. Within the next month the first stan dard locomotives, passenger coaches and freight cars to be Grand Trunk Pacific EARL MORLEY COMING York, Jan. Morley, who is on his way to Canada to visit Earl Grey, the governor general of the Dominion, was a passenger on the steamer, Mauretania, which ar- rived Has Plan To Reform the Senate (Continued from Front Page.) Alberta, and two for British Colum- bia. The remaining Senators are to be classed as Senators at large, rep resenting the province from which. they come and being appointed. The terms are to be limited to 8 years whether by election or by appoint, ment. T .oequalie political par- ties'on a change of government, the government may appoint new sena- tors but no further appointments shall be made until the number of members lias been reduced to the proper number. There was no debate on the motion. HOB.. Geo. P. Graham, minister of railways, made a short speech, in tfie Comons, dealing with the level cross- i ings xisrng the double fataliay nearj Kingston the day before to illustrate, j He expressed a hope that before the session is over it would be possible to reach some definite plans affecting tbft matter.. MONEY MAKER. Two good lots, close to coraer Westminster aud Conrtlcind sts., each, half cash, balance and fJ months. R.V. PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Will You go >d inside lots, cheap, and loan you the money to build. G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block The Opening Dinner at the 640 acres for sale at per acre. Crop payments. 5 lots for sale, 3 min- utes walk from busi- ness centre. i Half-Breed and South African Scrip for sale ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE PJione290 in British Columbia will be shipped north from Westminster or couver. Through trains to Fort Wiliiam via the National Transcontinental Rail- way will running by August 31 next. Longboat is suffering; from lumbago and rheumatism and will not be able to race on Fob. 5. M. Smith, aged '20. of Cal- gary. formerly of London, has selected as Rhodes Scholar for Alberta and Saskatchewan. British Columbia will impose ali- of 1100 per year on social clubs in that province. ALEXANDRA CAFE The Hockey Match Tomorrow The big hockey match coraes oil here tomorrow Afternoon at 3 o'clock be- tween Pincher Creek and Lethbridge. The special train that Pincher Creek anticipated bringing a crowd down on, could not bo chartered, lyut a good following is expected to accom- pany the team on the regular. Pincher Creek has the league cinch- ed now, having won three games and lost none. Lethbridge is going after them strong in the game tomorrow and has great hopes of putting it over them good and" proper. The last time they met Pincher beat Leth- bridgc on the former's ice. The game was fast, but tomorrow's con- test should be even better, as both teams have developed wince their last] meeting. The Lethbridge team will be picked from the following players: IfcGillis, Taylor, Henry, Stewart, Cooke, Wink Icr, Matheson, Maveety. Will be Served on Monday Evening Next At 6 o'clock When the public will have an opportunity to test its merits An cx-C.P.R. Chef Seventeen people on the staff. Seats for 64 at .the fables. Four seats at e'ich table. Prices n fa Rewl All The most modern cafe in service and equip, ment between Winnipeg and the coast, N. H MURRAY, SAFES Yoiir business warrants the best FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFE for the protection of money, books of record, and valuable papers. If you vrant a Safe, sec us for sizes, descriptions and prices on Winnipeg and Diebold Safes similar to those installed .here re- cently, VAULT DOORS No'office building is com- plete without vault accom- modation. We shall be pleased to give quotations on Vault Doors. BOYD, GOODE CO, ffcmcJU IfflciSlrwIlock District Winnipeg Works ;