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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Castle Hotel 9 j Dining Room In Southern Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE The Lethbridge Daily Herald THF. PLACE TO STAY a When in IS THE DALLAS HOTEL I I LANTERNS r> at a BARGAIN KEMP'S COLD BLAST GUARANTEED IN ANY WIND ONLY 1 i Hardware Go. P.O. Box 670 FILING SYSTEMS 3 Drawer Filing Cabinets Vertical Letter Files. Box Files Board Files Card Index Systems Transfer Box Files I I I THE OFFICE STATIONERS ROBOT'S BOOKSTORE New Whitniy Block for Underwood wrttftr Phone 1265. WHAT YOU WANT IN DRUGS WE HAVE We are continually filling difficult and rare prescrip- tions. We have filled prescriptions from many countries calling for drugs and chemicals sel- dom used. Our stock is large and well assorted. If you are partic- ular about your drug wants see us. We are satisfying particular customers daily. JJJiginbotaSCiUtil. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone Xo. 322 Night Bell on Front Door The Store of Quality KERB'S FOR PROVISIONS, TEAS, GROCERIES, COFFEES. FRUITS IN SEASON. Fresh Arrivals Sunkist Oranges, per doz. 40C Sunkist Lemons, per dox. 30c Svmkist Tangerine Oranges, per dozen.............15c Bananas, extra Quality, per dozen Celery, 2 Ibs. for .......25c Apples, in 4 Ibs. for .............25c Watch Our Windows For Quality Groceries, Fruit. Vegetables and Crocktry Phone 1453 li I ipl I 8? 'I i Watch for Our Ad. Tomorrow SPECIAL WEEK END SALE Thursday, Friday and Saturday THE GOOD CO. Class Grocers I I I BOOTS SHOES IIOSIEKY All and Only the Best Makes Our Prices and Goods Always Please NELSON GOW Prompt Delivery I The Foot Toggery BUSINESS LOCALS Did you see Clever Clark aad his dog at the Eureka last night? If not don't miss it tonight. Also Fox and Durkin in their pretty sicgins and talking act, The Auto Mishap. Plenty oi old papers at the Herald Office. See Pox at the. Eureka tonight and I you "will laugh all the way home, i In connection with thek Hay and Grain business, Ripley Bros, are now doing general draying. 45-3 I Just three more nights for chances j S on the big prize to be given away at I It-he Eureka Friday night. Get busy] ;now, it's beautiful. j The ranchers of Twelve Mile Coulee i THE HIGHEST GRADE LUMBER We supply the best seasoned and least flawed lumber that can be found. Let us figure on your contracts. J SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 TiwTvj rv'iwTwT i r vTTvTv t w I I I u> GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE The McKeown Hardware Co., y. DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. (LhMITED.) "We ship out of town dally.' tet- CTY AND DISTRICT R. Wilson, formerly Of the Eureks. District will give a grand masquerade left for Calgary this morning, where ball in the Conservatory auditorium' he has accepted a position with the on Wednesday evening, Feb. 9th, Ev-JErnpire Theatre, erybody is welcome. Tickets, gentle-' Sons Of England White Rose meet- men, S1.25. H-3 ing in the Oddfellows Hall on Wed- Simmons and Shepherd have remov-: nesday 9th inst. at Ordinary ed to their new offices in the new} business and initiations. Bank of Commerce Building. District Passenger Agent, J. E. Three- carloads of McLaughlin's rigs i Proctor, of the C. P. R., Calgary, carriages, road wagons-, democrats.! arrived in the city this afternoon to delivery and express wagons to pick attend the Board of Trade b'anquet from at close sach to-night. held several important positinns in The members of the Citizen's Band Clarke Co. have received today have now ail joined the Musicians their first shipment of medium .priced; Union and this band is now on the .ladies' tailored suits for spring. They same footing as the other bands of announce exceptional values at S20.00; the city. Mr. B. V. Burgdericr of the Alberta Piano and Organ Co., Calgary, is in and The J. Brown Co. and the Leth- bridge Land Coal Co. have remov-j the city. ed their offices from the ferown build- j R. G. Wynne, an experienced whole- ing on Crabb street to rooms 1 and 2 sale and retail hardware man from ONLY LICENSED PHARMACISTS PUT UP PRESCRIPTIONS HERE We take no chances in any way with the preparation of cur customers medicines and never allow any physician's prescription or even a sim- ple family recipe to be dis- pensed by any one but a li- censed graduate of pharmacy. Ilkerta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists i B. H CITY AND DISTRICT Bank of Commerce building. j THE WEATHER. I Lethbridge. clear ..........33 j Edmonton, clear ...........32 i The weather In the prairie FUNERAL OF GEO.MUNROE I LYCEUM THEATRE Chesley, Ontario, has joined the staff 1 of the McKeown Hardware Co. Mr is thoroughly conversant with The funeral of the late George Sin- clair Munroe was held with Masonic honors yesterday afternoon. About a hundred of the brother Masons held an impressive funeral service in the lodge room and in company with the Knight Templars of Cranbrook, of which Mr- Munroe was also a mem- ber, marched in procession from there to the residence on Baroness Road. The brotherhood of Locomotive En- gineers in company with the Masonic j lodges accompanied the body to the grave. The funeral service at the residence I was conducted by Rev. W. W. Bry- den. The last honors were given at the grave by Worshipful Brother H. Scott Whelen. b i every detail of the hardware business. J. W. Jones, who commences to Jones, who commences music lessons in Lethbridge, has The following engineers who were also brother members of the Masonic acted as pall-bearers. B. K. McMullin and W.A. Van Oi-jiDCes has been fair and moderately j held several important "gositions ini James Wallwork, G. F. James. J. man ot Taber are in the city-to-day. snow has fallen in parts, the country and to Canada'M. Stark, H. E. Graham, H. B. Mai- Saskatchewan and Manitoba and'-with excellent recommend atiojis. He t tby and James Perry. The funeral arrangements were un- der the direction of T. 1 Miss Belle Stevenson Supported by the Summers Stock in -THE LION AND THE MOUSE" I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nimmons have I returned from a trip to of the weather has become colder in Al- j Andrew Tilley has returned from a j berta, u2 trip to the east. jjj j J. Bruce Walker, ot Winnipeg inv 'migration commissioner will arrive i in the city today. 1 G. E. Bucii CITY AND OlSTRiCT Don't forget the hockey match to- night at the auditorium rink between was for about nine years pupil -with Dr. Eveleigh, at present organist Cork Cathedral. of provincial manager of' pincher Creek and Lethbridge. A fast the Manufacturer's Life Insurance game is assured. Company, Calgary, is in the city for' a few days this week. J. J. Marshall, W. B. Marshall and J. A. C. Cameron, of Medicine Hat, t are risking in this city this after- l noon. Messrs. F. Burton, W. A. Burton, and A. J. Stoddard of Cardston, are i in the city today in attendance at the school of agriculture. At the regular quarterly official VOCAL SOCIETY REHEARSAL Mr. Tilley has returned from the Bast and will conduct a full rehear- sal of the Choral Cluh tomorrow even- jing. In view of ther early approach- ing date of the concert every mem- ber is urged to be present. RETAIL MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE A.SSJV. Superintendent Taylor, of the of Wesley Cburch last R., Medicine Hat is in the city an was unanimously TT- day to attend the Board of banquet to-night. who is Toronto, was i Buy i tending Osgoode Hall, ,___, ___ ur; successiul in passing his second ycarilns ET; I examinations. i Colin G-enge, M. P. P., of Mac- who has been ill in the Gait hospital for several days is improv- j rapidly, but it will still be sev- J eral days before he is able to leave, j JMrs. Gcnge is here with him. I Robt. Nimmons, the local license .inspector, has been temporarily ap- j pointed inspector for the Claresholm I district also, to supply for C. S. Hotchkiss, recently appointed im- migration commissioner for Alberta. extended to the pastor, Rev. T. P. Perry to remain a second year. Mr. Pcrri' acCcPted suljJect course to thc conscnt of thc confcrence station- While it is often impossible to pre- vent an accident, it is never impos- sible to be is not beyond any one's purse. Invest 25 cento in a bottle ef Chamberlain's Liniment and you are prepared for sprains j bruises and like injuries. Sold by [all druggists. To-morrow Night "THE WITCHING HOUR" i Prices 25c, 50c and 75c Being Formed by I ness Men of the City A large number of the business men of the city held a meeting in St. Au- gustin's hall when steps were taken for the organization of a Retail Mer- chants' Protective Association. The working of the Association is along ithe same line as the Bradstreets Com- pany', to protect the various merchants .from giving credit to persons who are ound to have run up "bad debts." For ONE WEEK Only I Rogers- Cunningham j T Lumber til J Prices I Quality Right t I Ui l i Inter Company, limited Eatt Yard, Phone 423 General Office, Phone 323 VH-.H-HHv'iKimiin: 7 X t I f GAXONG'S BULK CHOCOLATES Sold by thc pound. These goods we or- der in small quanti- ties and keep them fresh. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist jn planning your new house don't look the fireplace. See our assortment of Set and Sratej, If troubled with indigestion, consti- ation, no appetite or feel bilious, ivs Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 'ablets a trial and you will be pleased w1Lh the result These tablets In- -igorate the stomach and liver and strengthen the digestion. Sold by all druggists. O H Z W u O CM Call and get our prices on Carpenter's Tools ro o n w 2 H O PHONE 575 P.O. BOX27 are I 1 I It: i built to burn soft coal Sta fford Co. You are not in style unless you wear STYLISH SHOES We are daily receiving shipments of our Spring and Sum- mer Foot-wear and can assure our patrons that shoes pur- chased from us are In THE VERY LATEST STYLES The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. ;