Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
J The Castle Hotel .A--- Best.Dining Room In Southern Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE The Uthbndge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY in IS THE DALLAS HOTEL I I I LANTERNS at a BARGAIN KEMP'S COLD BLAST GUARANTEED IN ANY WIND The Store of Quality PROVISIONS' GROCERIES TEAS COFFEES Hi Fruit of alt kinds in season. Ht ONLY 75c. ONLY I I lie Kick Hardware Phone P. 0. Box (570 I O i I I ROBM'S BiOXSTGRE I -w Whitney- Block for Underwood Typ Phons 1265. ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the Do- minion statute and consideration for our ployees by making ordinary purchases on days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open crom 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m 8 p.m. to 9 p m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Niebt Bell have em- our CITY AND DISTRICT A general meeting of the Ladies' Caledonian Society will be held in the hall on Wednesday night at S.30. Business, election of officers. All members are requested to attend. The Board of Trade annual "eneral' meeting and banquet takes place on Tuesday night. There is a meeting; of business men for another purpose; Monday night. Don't set the nights! mixed. j Mrs. Will Dodman has returned to Lethbridge after a pleasant visit oJ a couple of months' duration with her; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Colter, i Hat News. J. W. McXicol, secretary of the, Board of Trade and Agricultural So-1 ciety and W. H, Fairfield, director of the Experimental Farm, returned this morning from Edmonton where they Two Cars of No. 1 White Pine Lath just placed in stock SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 i GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE 1 I 1 I The McKeown Hardware Co., "We ship out of'town BUSINESS LOCALS Ladies Caledonian Society will hold a box social on Thursday night at S.30. Admission 25c. Plenty of old papers at the Herald Office. 47-0 Don't miss seeing the Stoddart players in the Bristow Burglary to- night at the Lyceum. CTY AND DISTRICT W. D. Whitney has returned from a Yestcru'ay afternoon the High School Literary Society held a little meeting in one of the rooms. The pupils displayed more j interest in the society than they have i hitherto shown for some time. The LYCEU i o I TON G HT Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door subject of the debate was one which The ranchers OL Twelve Mile Coulee mucll ulked about in the west at attended as delegates from the Leth- District will give a grand masquerade present, whether the provincial govern KridRe Agricultural Society. ball in the Conservaiory auditorium mcnt own the Rrain eievators Mrs. jC. H. McKeown, 530 Giyn St.: on Wednesday evening, Feb. 9th. Ev- j or not The students thought it will receive on Friday, the llth. and erybody is welcome. Tickets, gentle-; should, her .daughter. Mrs. C. F. Smith, will j mcii, receive with her for the first -time'; Tne prlze since coming to reside in Lethbridge. niTTT ll T Y AND 1 1 WE WANT YOU 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 nave any medicine pre- paied knowing that you'll de- cide to come R. A. Van Orman of Taber is in i the city today. C. C. McGregor of Medicine.Hat is! visiting in the city today. i i Wra. Williamson of Medicine Hat is! j in the city on business. i S. M. Woolf and wife ot Cardston j are visiting in the. city today. 1 Major Church, of Browning, Mon- tana, Indian Agent, is in the city to- day on official business. Mrs. John McCann, and family of Brunton St. intend going to their ranch at Coaldale for a short time. Mr. ami Mrs. Cahoon of Regina are visHins Mr. ami Mrs. H. A. McKil- lop. J. D. Higinbotham returned this Tne big prize ana candy at the Lyceum next Saturday at Sirs. McKeown and Mrs. Smith 4-M receive jointly on the 2nd Friday i Everyone is shaking hands with Mr. the month. Jack Taylor, the gentleman who helti Brown and Best have opened a meat the lucky number for the diamond market and grocery store on Court.; ring last night at the Eureka, No. Hand Street between Bartlett and j 036905. jand Burdett. Mr. Brown was for-! "Tfce one of the imerly manager of the plays ever staged, will be Harvester Company's Mr.. Best is an experienced business next Wednesday night at the Lyceum.! s. The paper was very inter- 17-3 csting, consistiog mainly ot school matinee j news which' greatly pleased the mem- j bers. Another thing worth noting was the appointins; of a critic who very creditably discharged his duty at the close nf the meetinc. Leret- Button, who was found guilty of assaulting, a seven year old girl at Stanstead, was sentenced to five yearj in the penitentiary. His companion, branch here, j presented by the Summers Stock afi oWcr man? was sentenced 44-4 man'from the East. i Simmons and Shepherd, barristers, j One more chance this etc., have removed from the Southard! t-her good hearty laugh at the Eureka Block to new quarters above the Bank; Benight Prof. Homing, the king of of Commerce. This suite oi offices is j fun-makers, and Geo. Leslie, the black probably the finest in the city and faCe comedian, equipped with every convenience. i Next Tuesday night. Summers Stock The turkey supper last Thursday at j Co. present "The Lion and the Mcuse" Taber in aid of the Catholid Church i at the Lyceum. 44-4 building fund proved a pood success, j AnQther bm The ladies, who organized the supper, at the Eureka_ Chances win start deserve high praise for the work they j on thc ncxt have done. The last act of thc pro-] Tlie Bristow Burglary at the Ly- gramme was the drawing of a silver tea-set, donated by Mrs Bray was the lucky winner. for Jjfc other day. Button is only sixteen years old and. the for ano- j recommended mercy. juryj M THE STODDART PLAYERS IN 'The Brixton _____________ ff U Summers Stock C IN "THE GREAT DIVIDE iil 0) 1 Hr j The marr'age of Louis Gonczy to i Miss Lizzie Szarko took place this! morning at St. Patrick's church. Rev. j Father Rosenthal performed the cere-! monv. I ceum tonight. 46-2 i 0 you croup can iibertafirugandrMCQ, Prescription .Specialists 6 HlPLfy, Mgp. lETHSHIQEf hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the at- Lick. It is also a certain cure for TALK IT UP Monday night, eight o'clock, at the The is man in Leth- bridge. 45-4 of thc Lonnquist for Spokane on the Flyer this morning. Buy _ .._ know that morning from an extended visit in the'preTenten? Give Chamberlain's Cough j English Church Hall- Sold by aU druggists. Uirway back from ihe A'Iberta Fairs As-' '-i) _ soqation at Edmonton. i The regular monthly meeting _of tho! i Women's Auxiliary will be Monday, at I o'clock in the parisi Hjihall. Members are requested to at-! k> jtrnd. j _. Mrs. W. Winnicott died last-night! after a brief illness. Mrs. Winnicott! was a daughtrr of Mr. S. tlones of i X the North Ward. She leaves a hus-j Riband and three children to mourn her- MEDICINE HAT WON Medicine Hat, Feb. first debate in the Southern Alberta Debating League took place here last night when the local Y. M. C. team defeated thc Y.M.C.A. team. For ONE WEEK Only O TALK IT UP Monday night, eight o'clock, at thp English church hall. The meeting Is or every business man in Lethbridge. 46-3 loss. Rogers- Cunningham Lumber T I Prices D- LL i TM t ivigni J Quality) 6 t f BogBrs-Ciiiininotiam I Iflinber CompaRj, LiiRitsd 2 ACAD1A BLOCK t 4. North Yard, Phone 523 T East Yard, Phone 423 General Office, Phone 323 V tl. GAXOXG'S BULK CHOCOLATES Sold by the pound. These goods we 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 23c to 50c Silver 35c Shoe 25c to 50c Clothes 25c to 75c Sink 5c to 50c to S0c tc ?3-00 Sanitary 35c to 75c Stair Floor u o CM While it is often to pre- ent an accident, it is never impos-i iblf: to be is not beyond ny one's purse. Invest 25 cents In j i bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment j you are prepared, for bruises ?.nd like injuries. Sold bv ill druggists. Call and get our prices on Carpenter's Tools CO O O en z O HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P.O. BOX 27 fjhis Sanitary SSruah is for use in ihe ffiath ffioom and 3ilh a want Stafford Co. Latest Styles and Colors -in LADIES1 SKIRTS Placed in stock today Tweeds, Panamas, Striped Venetians, in green, navy, black, brown, grey, London smoke and Cunard blue. Prices ranging from 5.Y5 TO 5-5O If you live out of town, write us." The BENTLEY CO., Ltd.