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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta J The Castle Hotel J t Dining Room In Southern Alberta NEW AND UP-TG-DATE lEe Lethbridge Uaily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Whtn In Lcthbridfe IS THE DALLAS HOTEL at a BARGAIN The Store of Quality PROVISIONS GROCERIES KEMP'S COLD BLAST I COFFEES Fruit of all kinds in season. We have a choice selection of apples in cases, at per case, Navel Oranges The 'choicest fruit that has arrived this season. Extra good size. 40c per dezen. Kerr's Provisions Are the Best Geo. Groceries, Fruit. Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 ARE YOU Taking' Advantage: of Our Stock TAKING- RGMNSt W 1 BOOTS SHOES HOSIERY All and1 Only the BAst Makes poods. Always -.Please, i ''v _ NELSON GOW High ClMS GroMTt Prompt Delivery THE WEATHER. Calvary, clear Lot hb ridge, clear Rcgiaa, fair cloud 28 32 29 "32 16 J6 All West, northerly winds colder with local snow falls. i i FOR YOUR CARD PARTIES WE HAVE Playing Cards frem loc to ?I. Ask to see the Cougress card. Tally Cards at 15c per doz. up including a large and artistic stock to choose from. Bridge score tablets; card punches; scale; table num- bers, etc., etc. We are always pleased to show goods. BOOXiTORE Ntw Whitney Block Type- writer Phone 1265. WE WANT YOU I TO DEAL WITH US And assure you in advance that nothing on our part will be left undone in our effort to satisfy you in every trans- action. We are satisfied that you can do best here and we want you to think carefully before you uave any medicine pre- pajed knowing that you'll de- cide to come here. llterta Drag and Book Co, Prescription Specialist! I I. KfUT, Mf. UTIUIIK Thousands of unsolicited tes- timonials have been received by DR. HESS Highly recommending Dr. Hess Stock Food and Poultry Pau-a-ce-a The great stock and fowl tonic. If you require a good economical stock food try Dr. Hess' preparations. For sale at JJ. HipliotliainSCfl.Ltt. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. CITY AND DISTRICT C. F. P. Conybeare leaves foe Win- nipeg tonight. Tickets for the Board of'Trade ban-j quet are going fast. Some members i of the Board are going to get left if j they don't hurry. Mrs. R. J. Gordon will receive for the first time since coming to Leth- j bridge on Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6, at 100S "Courtland St. Miss I Nellie Clark will receive witff her. J The Standard Garage Co. have been appointed sole agents for Southern Alberta for the Cadillac Motor Car and also sub agents for the Hupmo- bile. I I The Sons of England meet tomor- row (Wednesday) evening at 8 p.m. sharp. ,All sons take notice. t The bachelors of the Sons of 'Bng- i land _are invitin-p the married mem- j bers and their wives, and the DauRh- j ters and Maids ef England to a so- 'Cial and dance to'be held in the Cal- edoniaa Hall on Friday evenin" Feb. i 4.th. Tickets 'to bachelors only, t to be had from the committee: W. j Holbcrton, Bass, E. Faunch. All j bachelors please take notice. i H. W. Macleod, resident engineer i for the district of the C.P.R., of which C. S. Mahare has charge, has been promoted to the position ofj j trainmaster at Nelson, B. C. Mr. j Macleod was with Mr. Maharg at j Medicine Hat. He left Calgary for j Nelson'on Saturdav. We have m stock two Gar- loads of "Empire" Wood Fibre Plaster. The best on the market SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. 1 The Foot Toggery f BUSINESS LOCALS The infant daughter of Mr. Alex. Scott, Bartlctt St., is seriously ill. One drunk and disorderly case madeiren INFORMATION WANTED Of Mrs. J. Howard and son, War- Mrs. Howard is about five feet Any. one who can watch the perfor- mance at the Eureka -this week with- out laughing is a dandy. Laugh and the world laughs with you. Snore and you sleep alone. Every Pythian Knight should see 'Damon and Pythias tomorrow night and those who are not Knights should see it and they will use their endea- vors to wear the chield of Pythian- ism. Just three more nights for chanees on that beautiful diamond ring to be given away to the holder of the lucky number at the Eureka Friday night. Get busy, time-'aad tide waits for no one. New people with new specialties joined the Stoddart Stock Co. yes- terday at the Lyceum. Remember, the person holding the lucky number must be in the house the night of the drawing, Friday, Feb. 4th. Charley's Aunt from Brazil where the nuts grow, at the Lyceum to- specialties. up the docket at the police court this j six inches tan> weighs about two hun_ JacK Birney, who ivas so seriously injvred in the Ellison Mills over a week ago is progressing very Favor- ably towards recovery. W. R. Dobbin, real estate and finan- cial, broker, removed from the South- ard Block to the Sherlock Block, Glyn St. dred pounds, dark complexion, dark hair and eyes, forty years old. cook or housekeeper. Son, Warren, tea years old. fair hair, blue eves, heavv boy for age. Baggage consists of two large trunks (one of them new} and a suit case. Left Edmonton .about January 5th, 1910. Fifty dol- lars reward for any information We missed the beaming countenance i ta as their whereabouts. Apply to J. and portly figure of Joe Pod from'his G' Howard. 12S Jasper, Edmonton, accustomed place behind Trites-jAJta' Woods' grocery counter the early part j of this week. Joe is buying a busi- ness in Ledger. The debate tomorrow night in the Y.M.C. promises to be one of gjeat interest. Everybody interested in de- CARD OF THANKS The Ladies of St. Tatrick's Church wish to thank the members of the or- chestra who furnished the music for T I Buy Prices Quality Rogers- Cunningham Lumber ating or in the subject of the Cana- dian navy should attend. Westminster Guild held tfceir liter- jfcjary meeting last night in the base- ment of Knox Church. Mr. R. P. Wallace pave a very interesting talk on France. Rev. G. w. Kcrby, pastor of the Central Methodist Church, Calvary. j whose book. The Broken Trail, had J. such a run. has been made a mem- J j ber of tbc Canadian Society of Au- 4.1 thors. 4, i their social last evening. Also those who assisted with the program. Arnold Shoebotham, of London, township fell through a trap door in his father's barn this afternoon and died two hours after. Ottawa hockey club -defeated Haiiey- bury eleven to four on Saturday night This is Ottawa's tenth consecutive win. The new city directory- just issued places the population of Winnipeg, St. Boniface arid suburbs at an increase of over last year. WHAT OUGHT TO HAPPEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Clinton N. Howard of Rochester, New York, who was here on Monday, .Jan. 24th, delivering his lecture, "A ride on the wate'r has consented to give Leth- bridge a return visit on Thursday next. His subject will be. "What Ought Te Be la Lethbridge." Owing to the fact that Wesley Church prov- ed to be too small tos the large num- ber desirous of hearing this man, the managers of the Board of Knox: Church have placed that splendid a ditorium at the disposal of the League' for this purpose. Mr. Howard needs further introduction or recommenda- to the public of Lethbridge and the Province of Alberta. His splendid addresses, from the Boundary line to the Capital, have been rc-ceived with the highest commendation and the public press has been replete with words of praise. Mr. Howard not only pleases and entertains; he moves to action, stimulates, enthuses and edifies. Hear him at Knox Church, Thursday evening, Feb. 3rd at 8 o'clock. No admission fee. HARDWARE-_____ WE ABE NOW STOCK TAKING And sooner than carry several lines over we will give you GENUINE BARGAINS In Table Cutlery, Kitchen Utensils and Bath Fixtures. We are also quoting special prices on Wash- ing Machines, Wringers Wash Boilers. Ironing Boards, Wash Boards, Etc. Come and make your selection early as we expect these great bargains will soon be picked up. The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town (LhMITED.) i i i LYCEUM THEATRE TONIGHT The Stoddart Players in Charl Aunt" TO-MORROW NIGHT "The Brixton Burglary" WEDNESDAY NIGHT Damon and Pythias A few minutes delay in treating some cases of croup, even the length of tii-ne it takes to go for a doctor often proves dangerous. The safest way 5s to .keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at the lirst indication of croup .give the child a dose. Pleasant to take and cures. Sold gy all druggists. always TWO WELL PLAYED BILLS jffouaeholct Scrub 10c to 35c NaM Right KEEP OUT THE WIND With one of our fji Re-inforced J i I Chamois Vests. biter Company, limited ACABIA BLOCK I North Yard, Phone 522 Eatt YaW, Phone Genera! Office, 323 H-! I-H nn iin n n i M. They fit close to the and can be worn under every-day your J.J.JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist Stovc Bath 5c to 50c 25c to 50c 20c to 50c Silver 35c Shoe 25c to 50c 25c to-75c Sink 5c to 50c stair 50c to 90c to 35c to ?5c There is probabiy no other play of their repertoire that the Stoddard Stock Company appears to better ad- vantage in than in "Paid in full." Mr. Stewart and Miss Stoddart tboth cxcell in their respective parts. In fact the whole company are so much at home in presenting this plav as to give one the impression that it is their leading production. However, this is not the case, for it is claimed that "Charley's though of a different nature, is equally as eood a crowd attracter. This is one of the funniest plavs ever staged and is of world-wide renown. It will be put on by the Stoddard Company tonight in humorous and sufficient style. Another play of note is to be pro- duced hv the Stoddart's tomorrow night, "Damon and Pythias." being presented under the auspices of the local order of the Knights of Pythias, who are assisting; to- make it a sac- cess. The story is a beautiful one and has never been seen here. The local lodge having donated the neces- sary costumes and other help the play will be put on in its entirety and in a correct manner. arc on sale at Ross Tate's and at Macleod Bros.' stores. LFor ONE WEEK Only O H Z W U o CM WASHING MACHINES TUBS BOARDS ro o n m z H PHONE 575 P.O. BOX27 Sanitary ffiruah is for use in the 33ath ffioom and a long-felt want Cot If you live out of town, write ut." FANCY CASHMERE....................Regular 90c for 70c FANCY EMBROIDERED 7oc for 55c EXTRA FINE ELK. CASHMERE........Regular 7oc for 55c FINE ELK. CASHMERE................Regular GOc for 45c COLORED CASHMERE.................Regular 45c for 3oc FANCY COTTON ....................Regular GOc for 45c COLORED CASHMERE.................Regular 40c for 30c An opportunity for ladies to secure hosiery at greatly reduc- ed prices. The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. X ;