Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
4- 4- 4- FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Windsor a Day Hotel in Alberta Keen Kutter Meat and Food Chopper jo-called food choppers are not choppers at all they ;car and crush the food 3uto a mass and unfortunately, there .is no way of knowing this unfll it Is too hue. But Jiere is a food chopper that cuts. You can readily identify it. by, the trade mark and you know if it is not satisfactory your money ivjll be refunded. To be sure of the food cutter that cuts, say Keen Kutter Meat and Food Chopper It. is equipped fdih cutters for any degree of fineness you wish, and cuts, quickly and with ease, meats, frsh, vegetables, fruits and Many tempting dishes can be prepared and much waste pre- by use of one of tks perfect dishes. Sold and guaranteed by t Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. P. O. Box 670 We Give Special Attention to Mail Orders More Stock-taking Bargains A< wo I'iml tluit our stock is still a little too large on some lines, we will offer for a few days, only, the following Exoeiitional Low Trices, in jultliiiuii ro what- we last week. 25c 25c i- Ii. Ayricot. Green Uajje and Plum. Lit- In-ls slightly damaged, but quality or' goods Al. Reg. per 7 ib. tJu. Special H. iu 1 Ib. tins. Reg. 20e tins. .Special while ihev last iu 0 pails. Reg. 75e each. Special, each.............. lOc 65c Lear Brand, In 2 Ib. tins. While ihev last, per tin Leaf or Red Feather braud. Special while they last TWO TINS for.................. 35c QUAKER 2 Ib; pkgs. Special TWO PKGS. for ___................. GOLDEN WAX Feather Brand. Special TWO TINS for...... ENGLISH Put up like French Peas and quality just as good as what you pay 25e a liu for. Special TWO TINS for. RED SOCKEYE Iceland Brand Special .while they last TWO TINS for RED SOCKEYE Heron Brand in 1-2 Ib. tins. Special -while they last. Per tin Remember that we have u full Hue of HIGH CLASS GROCERIES AND FRUITS and can supply i'ams at reasonable prices. We figure very closely on largo orders. THE GOOD COMPANY AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY Books 15e v.v..-.v ____ 2 for 25c 20c ..............3 for 50c Old M 35c ..........-----3 for We for ....................3 for a bunch ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1265. EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS j THE WEATHER Kimloops. clear 20 j Edmonton, clear 25 j ..1............ 30 i t Let abridge, cloudy 41 U r Winnipeg, cloudy S 11 1 Port Arihur, cloudy In .Manitoba, the weather has been jfsir aad moderately cold. Farther-1 J west it has been coir.paralively mild! i during the day, but turned quite cold 1 i ia the night. j FORECAST Manitoba, and Sas- fair and colder. jbui some light local snow Wednesday I very cold. and very cold today j and on Wednesday. C Ye Old Blue Dinnerware Cups -in 4 shapes. Plates' in 4 sizes. Platters, 3 sizes. Fruits. Egg Cups. Pitchers, 0 sizes. Our Prescription Department We-want to tell you something about the Qualifications -we have prescriptions. Your prescription receives the most care- ful consideration ia every -ray, in fact tie bottles that we use in our prescription department are made from the very best of glass, even thecorkiiare selecied.with. care, so. that the medicine will noc lose its strength. _ ALBERTA DRUG CO. DESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 You find there is nothing so nice to use as a" bottle at our Italian Cream Balm .A few applications of this preparation each night makes the skin at aoft and smooth as velvet. Briec in a after being applied, nothing .greasy about it- Prepared and bottled on the premises. 2oc a JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successors ta JOHNSTON ft. JACKSON. SHERLOCK 1LOCK. PHONE 1232. A Far-Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things that he knows must bo done. How about your farsightedness? Can't you see where you will have to do some fixing up around the place before Jong, some repairs that will require somo lumber, Then why put it off? 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. he sure and see us first, even if you have TO drive out of your way to get here. IT WILL PAY YOU IN DOLLABS AND CEXTS TO Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. CITY AND DISTRICT i S. J. Shepherd, barrister, went to'. iBlairmore on business this afternoon. I i Red Rose degree, Sons of England, i tomorrow night. j Constable Drury Lowe, of the 'R-X. IW.3VP., has left for detachment duty fat Pendant d' Oreille. A. H, of the McKeown Hardware Co., is conSnetl to his resi- deuce with an attack of appendicitis, i j George Severance, farrr. manager ofj j ice Uohrenstedr. Farm ing Co., j ed home to Weils, on the Coutls! [branch of the A. R. I., after uav- been ?now-bound here for' a day or two. Supt. W. H. Fairaeld, of the Esper- f imental Farm, left this morning on j the Flyer for Regina. where he will at rend the Saskatchewan Fair's As- jsociatipn. which convenes there to- j morrow, having been invited to give j an address to that body On "Alfalfa." i Jermond Olsen, a voune j .o n man, either rrentrihr unbalanced or I suffering from some temporary sickness .J was taken iu cLarge of by the citv f, anrl is being cared for at the police station under the care oi the i health officer. The British and Colonial Photo-! braphic Ca. have- leased one of the Seventh (Glyn) street stores, in the I Sheriock building, from which they j will sell all kinds of photographic supplies for both professional and amateur photographers. The Board of Railroad Commission- ers recently issued 'an order authoriz- ing'the construction of a spur track to the Lethbridge a point on the C. P. R.' between Lcth- hridge and Kipp. A pair of valuable rimless eyeglass- es were found on Sunday on Fourth St., (Smith The owner can j them by applying at the Herald office. and paying expenses connected there- with. John Graham. was arrestnd last night by Const- Fryer when creating Sugars. Open stock. See K1RKHAMBROS. 315 Crabb Street Phone 556 WE TRY TO HATE EACH ARTICLE BETTER thnn rhe advertisement, gays it is. A few lines are worth your special attention, auch as HAIR BRUSHES, TOOTH BRUSHES, COMES, SPONGES. SOAP. Let us show you our superior stock, at The Store J. 0. Hiptothaa S Cu.Ul Family and Chemists Night and Day Teiephmt 322 Night Bell on FroTit Door No. disturbance BUiSINESS LOCALS REAL ESTATE for- (I moving picture house avirt trying H force an entrance, contrary to the wishes of the management. He paid three and costs to the police tuagis- a Filth street j ?ct the pm lst __ _ _ t W. R Dobbin's office. Call 666, the Letubridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery.. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Phone 532 Pon? SxpresT- baggage transferred, removals, coat. C.6.D. 303-0 Grand Dance under the auspices of CITY AND DISTRICT j Presbyterians plan to: build two. churches and a manse this j year. j Three constables arrived at the bar-' racks last night, from Retina, being j transferred to this division. Mr. and Mrs. .Michael Guelph, celebrated their goldi-n wed-It ding. One oi their sons is William I Doran, of Craribrook. I Special printed -irai-tec is beingplac- Special matter is being plac-j t ing attention to the different features i'! of rhe V.M.C.A. building nnd work. Constables McErayne and Reed have gone to Regina to take n. corporal class course leading to promotion. is probable that they will be in forces delegated the coron- ation ceremonies. The Real. Estate .Association will I hold a special meeting at the office of j R. Dobbin tomorrow afternoon at' 5 p.m.. All members are urged to be j present as a matter of vital import-j ance must immediately be dealt with. W. R. President. The first election of trustees for St. Patrick's Roman Catholic church un- der the new system of parish admin- istration; took place on Sunday. For the five-year .term Steve Backus was! elected for the four-year term. T. D. j Kevin; for .three years, L. M...Johns-j tone; for two years, F. A. and for one year M. Vaslenyak, jr. The Herald was somewhat severe in a-criticism of the staff nt-.the C.P.R. depot in regard to information about trains. Latterly it is only fair to ad mit the ticket office has been to supply-information readily t0 hundreds of enquiriers each day any mistakes cannot be directly tributed to that, official. The Business Men's classes at the Y.5I C.A. on ?.nd Friday have become quite popular. There are a number of business men who cannot attend at these hours, but- are attending on Tuesdays and Thurs- days at 8 p.m., and are put in ths special training squad by the physical director, though they are on the floor the Young Men's classes. j' The purchasers OL the furniture, and fittings salvaged from the Hotel fire, were busy while the chin- j ook lasted yesterday, removing beds, tables, bureaus, chairs and so forth from the iuiidtng. A scorched, was with some difficulty, taken from the parlor .and let down1 to the street from the second storey balcony. the and at- this morning. I The suit of G. Robertson Co.. j stationers. Whitney block. agaiRst the [city of the form............._ I j rr claim S330 for goods damaged whcn j thn Caledonian Pipe Band to 'be held Ieakr-1 into the basemrot be- in Rfding's Ha-ll on Tuesday, Jan. 3J, ihcir store a year ago, A conveyance wSH leave m tar District Court, tomorrow. I the Alexandra Hotel at 9 o'clock for I F- r-! O-U-Rcka. All acts are in. Don't i.oi.ybeare. K.C., for tfc? fiefendants. i Thos. FuriPrEg. Chapcau, Quebec. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE i The city of Hamilton had 3 surplus' of SGO.OOO last year. "j It is reported that W. N.: Tilley, of I Toronto, may succeed the late Judge! MacMalion. It is flatly denif-rt that Hon. -T. J. j Foy, attorney-genprsl of Ontario, will I resign on account of his health. j Hampton, License Inspector! for East Wellington, and a Conservative, djed at Mount Forest. W. R. Travers refuses lo resign! from the directorate of the Koeley' Mine and wir.dinp tin arc i writes Jos. Gillespie. Chici of Police. J'.ere. asking him to make enquiries as to whether one- Martin Furlong licit S The the letter says, twenty-five rear? ACADIA BLOCK NORTH 623. Limited EAST 423. ft go. nr.3 was hrart? from a! the Am- crican Soo fourteen years, age. since nothing car. be Searticd of lum. }i A brorner died in Michigan two years ?o and left considerable insurance in Martin's favor. Chirf Gillcsspie has ascertfciticii ih.it the man snughr WAV O-U-Reka. All acts are ia. rr.iss it. Two hig acts. RAILROAD MWEX TAKE NOTICE. Five hundred children marched quiet! ly out oi the Elizabeth School, To-j ronto, afk-r tnev had got their wraps'! Pres.ner.fs Special" a picture I on. The school was on fire, but thcv at the Eurclii tonight only, showing jail got out safelv" in two -minutes now tondrris of lives were saved by A .livel tow 5s in pro- heroic deeds of ar, operator's wife. :gress in Edmonton over the dismissal A nsr-ciing of preat- importance of of Power House Superintendent Peter the Real Ks-tatp Association in W. R Dobbir.'s ofTice, 5 p.m. Feb. 1st. The fire department turned ont- and Street Railway Su- perintendent Riswanecr, by CommiF- sioTier Boullion. Thomas PoUocK was frozen to death shortly after midnight last and On the road to Ralkc township, twcn- csrmginshed a -Maze -v th; car in a C. P. R. tr miles from Fort William. and was left He had hvji WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Corweiv lent Place to Stay The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Specials in Ladies' Whitewear Ladies Night Gowns 51.15, J2.75, Made of extra fine cambric, daintily trim- med with Val. lace and 1 user- lion. Coven, to ?1.25 Lace, trimmed and embroid- ered. A large assortment. Underskirts. to With dust flounce. Outer flounce of dainty Swiss embroidery. to Plain with fine tucks, nnd lace and embroidery trimmed. DRESSING and A large selection of. neat flannelette dressing sacques, with, pretty floral design. DRESSING and Flannelette and also large variety to choose from. By letting us figure on your requirements in Building Material ide Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta While our bakery is becoming popular, we would remind yon that our CAFE EXCELS IJV QUALITY Our Trench English pastry are favorites. ROCHON BROS. BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE CREAM. CAFE. WE SUCCEED WHERE OTHERS FAIL .Whether it-Is IK) decrees in the shade 40 below zero, our wagons are at your door promptly every clay with your -supply ol FRESH. SWEET AND CLEAX Madam Is your bread always good I ter phone 1027 nnd get good bread every clay, THE BAKER Second Avenue A, North up.