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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ff The Castle Hotel Best Dining Room in Southern Alberta NEW AND UP-T9-DATE The Lethbndge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When in s IS THE DALLAS HOTEL LANTERNS at a BARGAIN KEMP'S COLD BLAST GUARANTEED IN ANY WIND The Store of Quality ONLY 75c. ONLY i The Hick Hardware Co. Phone 762 P. 0. Box 070 SHEET MUSIC from the 'Gay Musician' now in stock. BQQXSTDRt Whitnty Bltck for UmUrwovd Phone 1265. WE WANT YOU We Are Lethbridge Agents For KODAKS AND CAMERAS Made by the Canadian Kodak Co. We have in stock a fresh supply of Velox Paper, Solio Papers, Plates and films. And our photographic chemi- cals once tried always used. !0. HigintJOtaSCfl.lti. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door PROVISIONS GROCERIES TEAS COFFEES Fruit of ail kindc In vtison. We have a choice selection of In cases, at per case. Navel Oranges The choicest fruit that has arrived this season. Extra good size. 40c per H i I OltDER NOW While you can get it; Rhubarb, Cauli- flower, Lettuce, Celery, Cranberries, Comb Honey, Etc. We have just received a coir- sigument of these goods. THE GOOD CO. High Clisi Crtetrs Phone 525 Prompt Delivery Iverr's Provisions Arc the Best GEO. Kerr Co. GroceriM, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 4- I 1 1 THE WEATHER. Calgary, fair 31 11 Medicine Hat, dear -SO 24 Edmonton, fair oil 20 clear :s5 16 Hegina, clear -0 -11 Winnipeg, fair .16 ;0 Bulletin From Central and Saskatche- wan, fair and moderately cold today and Friday. Alberta, nne and mild today .ini Friday. We 1 in stock two Car- Empire" Wood have oads of Fibre Plaster. The best on the market BOOTS SHOES HOSIERY 1 it All and Only the Best Makes Our Prices and Goods Always Please 1 I NELSON GOW I II The Foot Toggery CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. W. Hector 646 Bartlett St. will receive tomorrow (Frida-" and afterwards on the first Thursday of each month. The reeular meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs. Duncan Smith. 704 Courtland St. to- morrow afternoon at 3.30. A large attendance is requested as important j business is to be discussed. j 0. T. Lathrop is now manager of 1 the branch of 'the 0. W. I Kerr Co. He expects his family to [arrive on April 1st and has bought j the company's house on Ashmead Street. Business continues good. j This sold two and one-half j sections this week, i The city has received from the Roy- al Insurance Co. through their aeent j C. F. P. Conybeare, a cheque for S2.- 705.80, in settlement of their policy on the power house which was des- troyed on New Year's Eve. E. H- Potmen, the man who was arrested at Calgary last week for forging the name of Dr. E. Higgles- SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. WE ARE NOW T OCR 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 8TS. "We ship out of town dally.' (LHVUTED.) CITY AND DisiRia BUSINESS LOCALS Ten Nights in a Bar Room at the Lyceum tonight. The patrons of the Eureka this week have laughed more than ever befoie in their lives. The greatest of all temperance dra- mas tonight by the Stoddart Players at the Nights in a Uar Room. The Summers Stock Co. open at the Lyceum theatre next Monday night in Margaret Anglin's and Henry Mill- er's great New York success "The Great Divide." 44-4 The Brixton Burglary tomorrow nigbfc at the Lyceum. Don't miss it. New vaudeville. Next Tuesday night, Summers Stock Co. present "The Lion and the Mouse" at the Lyceum. 44-4 See Proi. Hemming Co. at the Eureka tonight, the King of Fun-Mat worth on a cheque for a tombstone 1 ers. Also Geo. Leslie, the b'aoK-uce I I 1 I I I TO DEAL WITH US And assure you in advance that nothing on our part will be left in our effort to satisfy you in every trans- action. We are satisfied that you can do best here and we want you t? think carefully before you nave any medicine pre- paied knowing that you'll de- cide to come hero. Ulterta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists t B. urm, Mgr. was sentenced to three months' im- prisonment at that place. Potmer is Mrs. R. B. Deane, 1116 Redpath St. wanted here on a similar charge when will not receive tomorrow term expires there. It is also Mrs. Donnan. will be at home on thought that he is the man wanted Friday, February 4th. Street. comedian- The big CITY AND DISTRICT prize and candy matinee at the Lyceum next Saturday at 2.30 p.m. 44-4 620 Ashmeai at Great Falls on a charge ot forgery as well. G. W. Look oi Milk River is return- Tbc coroner's inquest on the death ing from Wetaskiwin with a carload men killed in the wreck at of cattle. j Whoop-Up, which was to have been J. B. Palmer From Minnesota has continued this afternoon was postpon- arrived with a car of settlers' effects cd on of the illness of H. J. j Skeith, one of the jurymen. It will be resumed on Saturday afternoon at o'clock. 4f WI for-Well's Siding. 5 I i r__ j _ j____rrr? i Mrs. Andrew Tilley will receive to-! 9 morrow and afterwards on the Friday oi the Month. j Mrs. E. H. Wilson, Redpath St.J will receive on the second Mondav of each month. W. S. Hi'll of Lethbridge has brought in a carload of horses from i Denver. I Mrs. Thos. F. Kirkham, 316 West- I minster Road, will receive on Satur- j day and afterwards on the first Fri- jhjday and Saturday or the month. H: j Mrs. McNally will not receive to- morrow, Friday, but on the 3rd Fri- dal of each month. The Gait Hospital Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Southard at four o'clock on Saturday after- noon. M. J. McCaul the Ra Iway Commis- T sion's inspector of accidents, is in the The funeral of the late Mal- colm McLcod will take place from the Caledonian Hall, Glyn St., on Friday at 3.30. Members of the Caledonian Society are requested to at- tend. Whist drive and dance in the Cale- donian Hall tonight at 8.30 p.m. All members and lady friends nr.itrd. Tickets 75c. Ladies free. hound tan colored -with white spot on back of neck. Finder return to W- J. Armstrong, Jeweler. Suitable reward. "The Witching one of the grandest plays ever staged, will be presented by the Summers Stock Co. next Wednesday night at the Lyceum. 44-4 Big change of programme at the Eureka tonifihi. Laugh to ycur heart's content. TALK IT UP Monday night, eight o'clock, at the English Church Hall- The 'nectingiis for every business man in Leth- fcridgc. 45-1 The social of St. Patrick's R. C. congregation on Monday evening in Harper's Hall was most enjoyable. A number of the congregation were present and after spending a while in progressive euchre they listened to a well rendered program of literary and musical selections. At the close re- freshments were served. The social committee are arranging for a series of socials durin- the winter and the proceeds are to EO towards the build- ins fund of the new church. The new city bylaw regarding coal spouts and coal holes in the sidewalk is now in force. Today between ele- ven and.twelve o'clock a load of coal was being unloaded in the new fashion ed way. The wagon was backed up to the curb with the horses' heads in the middle of the street. From the rear of the wagon a big galvanized spout in two sections extended across the eighteen foot sidewalk to the coal hole at the inside edge, against the wall. It was interesting to watch j the gentlemen practicing the highi step or the high jump over the j spout. The ladies and children had to tak-A the middle of the street to get past the heads of the horses. These things will remeay themselves in time for the coal haulers will now have to charge extra for delivering coal to such places where the big j spout has to be used, so it will soon be cheaper to put the coal -holes in the back lane. Howard Marrion KImball and Miss Patience Wells Smith, both of Kirn- ball, Aha., were married at Wesley parsonage at nine p.m. on Feb. 2nd, Rev. p. Perry performed the cere- mony. I I LYCEUM THEATRE TONIGHT The Stoddart Players in 10 Nights in A Bar Room o o 5 FRIDAY AND THE BRIXTON BURGLARY SATURDAY AFTERNOON BIG PRIZE CANDY TO THE CHILDREN Child Holding the Lucky Number Gets the Big Prize NEXT WEEK SUMMERS STOCK CO. GREAT DIVIDE" For ONE WEEK Only iBuy city investigating into the cause of I I I Rogers- Cunningham Lumber JL T i the wreck at Whoop-Up. Ti____________________ T X 1 Jrfoujeholct nr 4; Quality I lumber Company, Unite! T ACABIA BLOCK J North Yard, 523 Yard, Phone 423 General Office, 323 I I I II IM I GANONG'S BULK CHOCOLATES Sold by the pound. Tiiesc goods or- der in small quanti- ties and keep them fresh. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist Scrub..............................10c to 35c Nail..............................5c to 50c Stove.................................25c to 50c Bath.................................20c to 50c Silver....................................35c Shoe.................................25c to 50c ..............................25c to 75c Sink.................................5c S2e Stai r.................................50c to 90c to Sanitary..............................35c to 75c Is for use in the a want The marriage of Philip jl. of the Castle Hotel to Miss VJarpicnic Blanche Evans took place at the howe oi the bride's sister, Mrs. 13. Q. 1 ton at 111 Ford St., on Monday cv- :ning. Miss Gunhild FreiUmclcson icted as hridcsraaid while the eroom was assisted hy Ernest Tinker. Kcv. T. P. Perry conducted the This is your kast night for chances on the diamond ring. -lig takes place tomorrow night the first performance. PU PH O H Z W U 125 W PH O Call and get cur prices on Carpenter's Tools CO O n w z H O HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P.O. BOX27 i