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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta r nNKT JOB PRINTING AT THE: HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald Just Arrived t 4 A lanje assortment of Tinware of all kinds Remember f that we buy our goods direct, from and therefore the prices are right. (rive us a call when you need anything in our line Mail Orders Receive 'Prompt Attention nil i vmcr.iriiicc I THE HICK HARDWARE CO, REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 SOLDor.SUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a centxiry Please keep the Do- miuion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary pure liases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 10.30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 5 30 to 9pm. For ether urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell FAMILY 110 DI5PEI5IIE CHEMISTS wan Canned Goods you should buy ALWAYS RELIABLE Can onlv be had from PHONE 21 G. THE Only CD. Store in the City 1 Clearance Of Dry Goods and Men's Hats, all new and up-to-date At 2.30 and 7.30 on Saturday Goods Must Be Sold Oddfellows'Block, cor. Dufferin Round W. L. WILSON Auctioner I THE WEATHER. j Kdiuouion. clear 6 j U'lhbridpf. fair.............. 21 -11, i Medicine Hat. clear 24 -4 i Rfgina, clear -17 -30 Winnipeg, clear -10 -32 Saskatchewan and with local falls. i Victor Berliner Columbia and Edison Talking Ma- cMnea and Records all siaes and prices. BOGMN'S BOOK STORE Another dance will be held at Jlcm- j arch on February Sih. AdmJigion i Ladies free. A Poultry Association has been or- gunized at Medicine Hat with E. S. i Martin, Manager of the Bank of Mon- treal as manager. 1 J. Buckingham has taken charge oi' I the young men's Bible class at West- minsr.er Sunday School. Alt young are invited to attend. Mr. Edward 'Broad was down from I Lethbridge this week removing his household furniture to that city where j I he has practically decided to locate land go into the contracting and build Road last Tuesdav and left at the Scottish stores, where the owner will find it. Medicine Hat Board of Trade THEATRE Strictly Union Theatre OITY AND DISTRICT. Dr. Tuller and wife have returned from their trip to the East. j If the gentleman .who took an over- i coat in mistake from the Masquerade j Ball last night will leave the same at A. Easton's store, owner will be obliged. A lady's neck ruff was found Isthrlistgf UEinluk 261 for Underwood ing Hat Don't fail to see little Olive, the Midget Comedienne at the Eureka to- night. Mis? Grimm and Miss Murphy en- tertained a number of friends at a whist party last evening in honour of T j Miss Tilney. who is shortly leaving I .-----------------j The annual meeting of "The Leth- bridge Cricket Club" will take place in. Hail, of St. Augustin's. on Thursday evening-, Feb. 4tk, it j S o'clock. j Look out for the big program at Lthe Lyceum next week. 40-3 The Women's Missionary Soelfcty held a very interesting meeting at Wesley Church Thursday aftemMtt. Papers were read by Mrs. (Bev.) A. t'Dr.) Campbell and rescription dispensing ieve .we have attained ion.. oegin with we have per- oux checking system there is no possibility rerror. We do not allow ibstitution. and. our drugs of the'.highest test grade produced. These conditions involve higher cost than where these precautions do not pre- vail. Hterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 11. UEIHUK A carload of hogs shipped from Ray mond and consigned to P. Burns, of the city, arrived in the yards this morning. s asking the C. .P. R. to ruu the Leth- bridge local into Medicine Hat, in- stead of stopping at Coleridge as at present. It is claimed that city is Josing trade to Lethbridge on ac- count of the present service. i The case against Gee Lee was up at the district court yesterday. The j girl, Dora Milstine, was on the box j from ten o'clock until six last night, j Her evidence, is not tending to make the case against Gee Lee as black as at first appeared. "A Sermon to the Most Ungodly Man in or "What Would Jesus Have Me to will be Rev. Wm. Reids subject in the DALY ROSE German Jokers RICHRODE The Aerial Wonder CHRISTOPHER In New Novelties DUNSWORTH NALDER Comedy Sketch Artists 6 BIG FEATURE PICTURES PETE DUNSWORTH Illustrated Melodies A CHANCE ------To Buv------ CHEAP At Our Week End Sale THE GOOD CO. UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Prompt Delivery. Phone 98. A Large Assortment of Children's Classic Shoes Just THE FOOT TOGGER SNAP--2 residence lots on Round St-, corner >c ion, cash, balance 6 months. ALBERT E. IVES, SK? We have Buyers for 2 Good Residential Lots, close in Lot. close in, Hound St. preferred 1 Section Land. Lethbricigr District TO RENT-4-roomed Cottage, per month Standard Land Co. Ltd. j SURPLUS CAPITAL, Box 680 Phone 198 Agents Winnipeg Fire Insurance Co 1st Performance 2nd Performance and 25c .7.45 .9.20 Seating Lots of Koom for All ADDED SPECIAL ATTRACTION JOSEPH -M. DUCROW New Yorks Famous Bridge Jumper- now in Monologist and Impersonator. THE LETHBRIDGE MARKETS tist church tomorrow evening. .Morn- local elevators quote the foi. fr rr rTio 4- QC _ _ lowing prices for grains with the bus- iness brisk for this _ time of the sea- son. One firm stated that they have shipped six cars this week. A. Lytle, Mrs. others. pr. Galbraith' returned last evening from Strathcona where he has been attending the School Board Trustees convention. J. H. Fleetwood, the} Other deleeate from Lethbridee hasf WILL INTERVIEW THE GOVERN, j prices ia one or two instances. j UP NT not yet come back. -Jas. Higgins, a dope fiend, one oft n thei.bunch of which Delaney was head, i (Medicine Hat News.) ing subject. "Giving that Enriches. Everybody receives a welcome at the Baptist church and even-body is in- vited to the rhe services. SHEEP HUSBANDRY IN CANADA A timely bulletin, entitled "Sheep Husbandry in Canada" by itr. J. B. Spencer. B.S.A.. has been issued by i the Live Stock Branch at Ottawa. Mr. Spencer has taken up thfe task from practically all the standpoints that concern the sheep raiser in whatever province he may dwell. Alter describ- ing the ideal mutton sheep he gives a j brief, though comprehensive, history and description of eleven of the pop- i ular breeds. Next he covers in a practical way the establishing of a i commercial breeding flock. Mut- ton production as a highly specialized industry---is dealt -with reviewing the methods in vogue In' Great Britain. Follou-iug- this are appropriately described the various systems of finishing for the market in j Canada. Xor does the treatment oil the subject stop when the animal is fattened for -it is 640 acres for sale at per acre. Crop payments. 5 lots for sale, 3 min- J utes walk from ness centre. i. I! Half-Braeei and South African Scrip for sale ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Phone 290 MONEY I MAKER Two good lots, close corner Westmiuster e ;n half cash, balance 2 months. zsssssssr R. V. Gib' 222 OT was arrested this morning and charg- ed with living without visible means of support. Prisoner was not in a condition to answer the charge ami was remanded until Monday morning. G. W. Robinson, secretary treasurer with Alderman Hatch, returned, from Hon. W. T. Finlay made a special trip from Edmonton lo' Medicine Hat la.st week for the purpose of impres- sing on the Board of' Trade the ne- cessity of taking prompt action in making the government aware uf the city's needs in the matter of railway the Convention competition and connection with the night. Both gentlemen report a very- 1 principal long distance telephone lin_ interesting time, more real business j es. Deputations are swarming into being discussed and more work done Edmonton from all the other sections "Mr. of the province in this connection followed right through the butchering and. curing processes until the joint is ready for the cook. Then come specimens on The elevators vary a little ui their i and feeding, housing, weed destroy- ing, ehe-mies. etc., each subject ex- haustively treated according to the practice of the most successful shep- herds. Evidently recognizing that the in- WINTEE 1 Alberta Ked 2 Alberta Red 3 Alberta Eed 1 Whit 79 to .82 79 72 to 76. .65 to .741 than is usual at such meetings. Robinson promises a very good re- and Mr, Finlav had tfo desire to s port with many new suggestions. the Hats' interests passed over. Wm. Salvage and G-. P. Porter, two As the result of the conference held of Grassy Lake's leading residents, i' on Saturday it was decided that May- were in the city yesterday. 3Ir. Sal- or Milne, ex -Mayor Cousins and Pub- licity Commissioner Hall should wait 2 White...............62 t0 71idustry differs in conditions r.l.e Vu- 3 White.....................66! ]STo feed wheat is offering for all is of good quality. SPRING J Northern ............80. to 82 2 Northern...............77 to 30 3 Northern ...............74 to 77 Per Bus................90 to 95 BARLEY- the government in regard to the vage reports reai.estate quite active in that Your last'opportunity to see the] matters mentioned this week. The dever ijtUe Pearce Sisters at the Eu-1 particular railway connection which reka tonight. j will he asked for is a line from Ed- '3Iany complaints are being received i monton- to the TJ. S. boundary pass- by the police about the strange dis- through Medicine Hat, the govern- appearance of coats and various ar- ment also be asked to continue ONLY A BLOCKHEAD would prefer poor Dumber when he could get the best at the same price. But many people, though not blockheads, practi- cally do just that thing. Just because they tnink ALL'LUMBER IS ALIKE. It sn't; not by a great deal. A 'little experience with ours will .be a lesson in lumber quality. with your next order as experiment. When you have used it and worked it up, you'll know why ours is different and better. Rogers-Cunningham tides of attire from the hotels and other public, places so that a vervi close watch is being kept. From one! hotel a coat valued at S65, the prop- erty of Chas. Kane, was taken on Tuesday. Information was given to the police who arrested R. Grimsrud, a Norwegian, hailing from Sundial, a very old man. who is accused of of- fering the coat for sale. Prisoner was remanded until Monday morning Mr. Kane is very grateful to the po- lice for their splendid work in this case and ho desires to express his thanks to them. present long distance telephone Taber to the Hat this year. Ybur the Handcuff Queen Lyceum next week. at the 40-3 TctepKones 23 HOT WfR BOTTLES and FOUNTIM SYRMCE5 Made by Dawson Rubber Company. Are the best in the market, and sold by J. J. Johnston -QUALITY QUARTERS- Poor Hardware on a Good House is Like an Old Hat on Well Dressed Man Let show you some foe Builders' Hardware Monl-JIgiiew Co, 'If Yon Live Out of Town write Ut' thor treats each separately. The sec- tion devoted to diseases will appeal to thousands of sheep men. This I chapter, covering- upwards of twenty of ike common ailments, and acci- dents, was personally prepared by the Live Stock Commissioner, who is al- so veterinary director general. As a practical home doctor book for the flockmaster. this work will undoubted ly become a helpful standby. 'A re- view of the wool industry concludes the text of the work of more than 125 pages of reading matter. The book is profusely illustrated by some sixty beautiful plate illustrations printed in sepia and a number of line drawing- this attractive, compre- hensive and practical "Bulletin. Xo. 12, of the Live Stock Branch" is rea- dy for free distribution to all those interested in the sheep or its products who care to apply for it to -J. G. One .buyer quoted imgaied hay de- tive Stock Coml7lissioner; Ottawa. .Per One feed barn bought oats yester- day at per ton. The demand for hay is steady and loads do not stay long -without a buy- er. The prices quoted varied consid- erably. Loose Timpthy and Blue Joint........... to Loose prairie hay, poor 58; good Baled to i livered at made to some of the A visit was meat, markets who quote stock prices as follows: Steers.....................03% Cows _ .................02% Hogs................05 to In dresed meat -we secured these quotations: Dressed Pork .............07 Dressed Veal .05 to -08 Ham .......................20 Bacon......................20 j Lard, per -tierce.............15 J A visit was also paid to some of the; stores who quoted: Butter plentiful at 25c to 35c. Eggs are in good demand and at times very scarce: New laid, 40c to 50c; case I eggs, 30c to 35c. Potatoes arc scarce but price may- vary with the weather. The quota- tions given were from to per ton Cabbago. oc per Ib.; carrots. 2c; beets, 3c, The Pastor's subject tomorrow the live j morning at Wesley Church will be "The Unbounded Promise" and the evening subject "The Responsibilities of Life." Strangers always welcome. e City Dye Works ARE READY FOR BUSINESS Round Street Opposite the Herald Office Telephone 353 REAL ESTATE ON THE MOVE R. V. Gibbons.. yesterday sold the following properties: Four lots on Burdett St. for H. 0. Bredin; the J. K! Smith, residence and four lots .on Cutbill St. to. C. E. Brandow; an acre on Crabb St. to Wm. Ott; four lots, North Ward, to T. K. McNeil; two lots on Bound St. to J. F. Singer, as well as several S. A. Veteran land grants. THK KEY TO HER HEART is oltrn the gift of a box of Choco- late Bon Rons or Taffy. Young man. the win-ninsr box of DR. SPROULE TO Toronto, Jan. RETIRE is said that Dr. Sproule, Grand Master of the Orange Lodge of British North Amer- ica will retire from the position at the annual meeting at St. Thomas in March. DELICIOUS CONFECTIONERY awaits your hand on our counters. Step in and 'gret it today. Don't "olsher fellow" may do the trick first, f Ruction's Randy Kitchen GOOD BREAD Is essential to good health We believe we have solved the problem how to pro- duce the elements that go to make good bread. TRY any of the six varieties of Our Bread and jou will find this claim is sustained. THE CITY BMffflf FORD STREET Near the New Fire Hall ROflT SCOTT, Prop. Yo'u go inside lots, loan you- the money to build. G. C. McDonald Room 6 Whitney Block OITY AND DISTRICT. The regular monthly meeting of :he Woman's Auxiliary will iv held in the Parish Hall on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. ..The-.postofBcc department has ack- nowledged the Boards oi Trade com- munication askinir for n daily mail service fncm tho west for points eas: of Tabei- to Medicine Hat. Careful inquiry into the raattfer is promised, Evangelist McLaughlin wilt preach at Westminster Church tomorrow both morning and evening. His m0r morning and evening. His morning- subject will be "Fullness of joy71 and the evening topic, "The unpardonable THE DATE OF.. The Opening Dinner at the mmm m. Will be Announced on Honda) Evening Keit An ex-CRR. Chef Has Been Engaged Seventeen people on the -staff. Seats for 48 at the tables and 16 at tfce lunch counter. Four seats at table. Grill to Open Later On Prices ii the Reach of AH The most modern cafe in service and equip ment between Winnie and the coast. ;