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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ �*�*�* � * the DaUas Hotel ; 0 ! th� Best A Most Convenient hi Place to Stay *  WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE * W) Lethbridge uaily Herald *i�iii*iiio�.��iit�*)ii** * The Castle Hotel * si� III Hi Best Dining Room in Southern h> � Alberta * * NEW AND UP-TO-DATE * * * � * � iR !!!*** �:i it 1^ nt # Fine Tools You can't square up a block with a lopsided plane; saw straight with a buckled saw. or bore a clean hole with a worn-out bit. To do so you must have good tools. Our stock of fCarpenters", Blacksmiths', Bricklaj^ers' and Masons' tools is as comj)lete as you can find anyw^liere. Drop in and sec us. It is a pleasure for us to show our goods. Call and get our prices for Furnaces, Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Fitting. Hick-Sehl Hardware ^ WHOLESALE & KETAIL Redpath Street Phone 762 P. O. Box 670 New Fiction The Kingdom of Slender Swords By H. E. Rives A tSon of the Immortals By Louis Tracy When a Man Marries By Mary K. Khiuehart Huiifjry Heart By David G. Philips The Seventh Xoon By Orin Bartlett Also a big selection of new titles in the reprint editions Cloth 75c, 3 for $2 Paper Son. 3 for SI . At the Home of Good Reading THE OFFICE STATIONERS DC N�w Whllnty Block Aganli f�r Undarwead Typ*-wiit*r Phone 1285. FOR LADY OR GEXTLEMAX- VIOLET CREAM s the sweeiest, daintiest, -.leanest tace and complexion ileverest face and complexion pplication. Cures chaps, soothes and smoothes rough 'ed skin. Not greasy or ticky, but very sweot, iiure' ind delicious to use. Best or lady or Daby-or for gen-leraan's use after shaving. 25c per botti*. Large bottle 50c. llbertaDrug and Book Co. Prescription SpeoialietB I. B RIPlEy, Mgr. lETHBRIBCE Lumber We want to soli you that bill of li;inljer you are l';i;\ir-iug on sftiin.5 No niatior how mii(!li or now litllp it m;iy to that yo>i want, of .�ourse you .vant the best ami the most that your money can buy. Vte have told yon .^o often Umt wft can sav:' yon inonfy on lumber and building material that it may be gettinj.; n Uttle chestnutty to you. Hut we are going to keep hammering away on ouallly nml price till we convince you that It will be to your tidvantage to buy your lumber here Rogers-Lvnber Companj, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard. Phon* B2S Cait Yard, Phen� 4aS OMntral Otflot. Phone 323 Now is the time to exterminate the destructive GOPHER One ounce of our full strength Strychnine will get rid of double the number of the pests than cheaper and inferior grades of Strychnine made by unreliable manufacturers Gold is gold, but Strychnine may differ by a great margin. For the best go to J. 0. Higiniiottiain Ho.ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door KERR'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST .Vl Ontario seed potatoes, \ 1-2 bus. sacks, $1.35 each Onion sets ..........20c fb Unwn grass seed .... 35c tb Clover grass seed ....35c tb Flower and Vegetable Seeds, all varieties The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr & Co. Grsceriee, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 ICE ( ri:am n (lunnti'ties. 'Vc nianuractnre h-o crpam ami we aro ijveparod to -;ell you any quaiitiity you may roqiiire. tlrlck Uo Cioam, all flnvorM, U'livered to all |)arts of the city. You know tin- (iiiality of our Ice Cream. It is aiway.s the same- eliablo. We do not run a parlor, but we deliver you any quantity to your 'louse. THE GOOD CO. Phone 525 High Class Grocers Prompt Delivery BUSL\ESS LOCALS an AND DisTRia The crocuses have been out in bloom for a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Baldwin of the Little Bow arc. in the city. A. Olcson took out a DuildinK per-Iniit this morning for a residence on 1 Redpath Street to cost $3,500. William U. Riley, secretary of the Rocky Mountain Cement Company of |Calc;ary was in the city yesterday. ! James Fiske has sold his two hrick i houses on Coutft St. to Lcroy Coons Ifor $10,000. Miss Walton of Moose Jaw, Sask., lis in the city visiting her sisters, the I Misses .Je.'^sic and Ruby Walton, the latter of whom is quite ill. .\. .J. llnvilaml, a prominent lawyer from Cliatham, N.B., has arrived 'in the city anil seciiioti offices in the I .\lherta Block, j The speiial services at Wcstniin.-il'-'r Church cfiiilinne to brinfi; splendid results. Tlic (losing week ninht service will he held Kuiisht and the set ies will close on Sunday. _ ^ R. H. Cliadwiek, superintendent of ! lu'Kleclod ami delinqiieiU cliildren for I the province was in the city vestei-I day afternoon on his wav to the south, lie reports conditions iiener-|ally tlirot;f;liotit thi' i)rovince in his work as very encotiraKinR, J'resideiit F. T. Robins of the Sons of I';n(i;land left this afternoon (or R(-(l J)eer to take part in the institu-ition of a lodge of the .S. O. at I Red Deer and to represent the local ! lodftc at convolution for the formation of a (irand IjOdRc for .Mberta. For pure ice cream j;o to Kavlin's confectionery store. It comes direct from Spokane. Sl-2(i May Blosson at the Majestic tonight bv the Summers Stock Co. Watch for the baloon ascension from the lOureka. A pri/.c Riven to the party who returns the dummies and Iiarachuies. Get into the Kureka early tonight BiR drawing after the lirst performance. Free auto for the kids Saturday afternoon from the Lyceum. Tyrell children at the Lyceum tonight. The biR free candy and prize matinee at the Majestic tomorrow afternoon. Free auto from the Lyceum to the Majestic. Tickets for sale at either theatre. Double program. Do not throw away that pretty suit or dress because it is soiled. Have it remodelled, dry cleaned and presseri by Gatenby and McKay. Call up phone No. 317. 90-2 Entire change of program tonight at the Eureka. Don't miss it. Sometning new for the children at the Eureka tomorrow. 2.30 p.m. Get a balloon. SMILE-Tonight is the night, of-the big drawing for the diamond ring at the Eureka. Bring ' your coupons. You get a chance with every ticket purchased until 9 p.m. Come early and get busy. Tonight at 7.30. If you want your girl to sing And to your heart forever cling Vou could not get a better thing Than that Eureka diamond ring. Have -ou been to Wright's removal sale yet. The goods are going fast. The Tyrell childi-cn will be seen at the Majestic on Saturday afternoon at the matinee. For a suit that will please the young man of today is a pure tailoring product. Gatenby and McKay. Phone 317. 90-3 Shayne anil King at the Lyceum- the original Jew's. Watch Wrieht's two show windows on Saturday. A chance of a life time to save money. See the Barrcttes and today by the appearance of Charlie Miegan's terrior, which appeared striped like a zebra. R. V. Gibbons & Co. had a record day in real estate yesterday, having sold for J. Erickson the corner of! Westminster and Redpath at SIO.OOO for the Standard Securities fifteen acres south of the fair grounds for $12,000, both to a party from the north, six lots in the Duff Addition and twenty-seven in Prospect Park Winnipeg, April 1.-Cables opened unchanged to i higher and closed i lower to J higher. Markets opened about the same as yesterday, closed and declined | to 3 in American markets.- Cash markets are du.l aad very little doing. No export demand. Do not expect any material change in prices until something develops. Reports of damage to winter wheat still coming in but the public are out of the market for the present at least, the big bull leaders arc still holdmg their long lines and if it can be demonstrated that there is actual damage much higher prices will prevail. Chicago opened, May, 115:}; .July 108A; closed, May, 105; .July, 108J. Minneapolis, opened, May 114i; July 1141; closed, May 114i; July"ll4Jl. Winnipeg opened, April 105J; May 106S; July 1071; closed, April 105f; May 106S; July 107|. Oats closed, April, 33f; May, 31J; luly 36}. Howell Harris and Mrs. HaVris who have been wintering in Southern Cali-forniai have lett for home and are expected, back here tomorrow or Sunday. The Best Remedy Eor Coughs and Colds Johnston's Pectoral Balsam. Wg give free sample bottles of this to those who have not tried it. Call and ask for one. Johnston &Jiclnon PrcKription Druggists PHONE 1232 V )*^UNIVERSAl: BREAD MAKER mixes and kneads bread thoroughly in Three Minutes. The hands do not touch the dough. FARMERS BUSY AT NEW DAYTON Land Beiii^; Broken and Seeding Rushed Ahead 4 Loaf Capacity - $2.50 8 Loaf Capacity - $3.00 ^iafford - Ji^n^w Co* If VHiin Sit afTm, Writer New Dayton, March 30.-The Miami Farming Co., about six miles soutih west of New uayton, have six hundred acres of spring wheat already sown and are not near done yet. \V. L. Foster of New Dayton started breaking with his new. gasoline plow a week ago. Br. Beck will start breaking on Monday with his gasoline plowing outfit. A. N. Kessler, about two miles east', of New Dayton, started liis gasoline plow a few days ago. Dr. Drake, thrte miles east of New Dayton, has broken two hundred acres with his steam plow already in litlO. Mr. Morlin and family from Ohio have arrived and have st.arted their steam plow breaking. Winter wheat m Dhe New Dayton district la looking good and especially that which was sown early. BRITAIN'S BIRTH RATE LOWEST ON RECORD iL