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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Dining Room in Southern NEW AND UP-Te-DATE TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO When in Uthbrldflt IS THE DALLAS HOTEL _ ___ I LANTERNS at a BARGAIN I KEMP'S COLD BLAST GUARANTEED IN ANY WIND ONLY The Store of Quality FOR i i PROVISIONS, Hardware CD. P. 0. Box 670 TEAS, GROCERIES, COFFEES. FRUITS IN SEASON. Fresh Arrivals Today Suukist Oranges, per doz. 40e Suukist Lomons, per doz. 30e SusUtist Tangerine Oranges, per dozen 1 loc Bananas, extra quality, per dozen 50c Celery, 2 Ibs. for 2r.c Apples, in Cases, 4 Ibs. for 2oc Watch Our Windows For Quality Geo. Kcrr Co, Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 Phone 525 SPECIAL WEEK END SALE SEE OUK AD. ON PAGE 5 lor prices Etc. GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Prompt Delivery BUSINESS LOCALS Did You Get That Valentine yet 1 Only FIVE MORE DAYS in which to send them. IT WILL PAY YOU to see our stock before making your selection. DO IT NOW. I I I I THE OFFICE STATIONERS BBBEHTSOtTB MOISTURE WhJtnev Block for 'Underwood wrlter Phone 1265. Our Dispensing Department IS NOT A SIDE LINE It is a specialty. We take a particular. Inter- est in its welfare and keep it abreast of the times and up- to-date. We have filled over (Eighty-six Thousand) Prescriptions BOOTS SHOES HOSIERY All and Only the Best Makes Our Prices and Goods Always Please NELSON GOW The Foot Toggery 1 THE HIGHEST GRADE LUMBER We supply the best seasoned and least flawed lumber that can be found. Let us figure on your contracts. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. For purity, speed, try accuracy and J. 0, Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Select your Valentines now at the Red Cross. Plenty of old papers at the Herald Office. 47-0 Carload of prime potatoes, fine cookers, now on sale at our ware- house. Hyde Saunders. Grain business, Ripley Bros, are now doing general draying. 45-3 Everybody sends Valentines. The Red Cross have a bis assortment. See Roy Fox, the comedian at the Eureka. Also Miss Durkin in the Auto Mishap. Best Brawn are opening their 1 new store 1112 Courtland St., Thurs- CTY AND day, Feb. 10th. NA full line of gro-i w- M- Dawson, J.P., Calgary, man- j .ceries and fruits. Patronage oi _Ior the R- G- Dun Co> ls m people is politely solicited. itbe The prettiest novelty act ever The Parents of the late S' ,r from the 'ollowmg: Con- prize takes place Friday night at thefductor D- A- McKiilop; B. of L. E Eureka. Get busy, a chance for ev-l Lodge 355, Calgary; L. E., 322. ervone Medicine Hat; B. of L. E., Lodge 750 THE Great Majestic Range Built throughout of Charcoal Iron. jVIado with hot water connection or reservoir.. Doors of High Closet and Oven are made of malleable iron. A Majestic will last-a lifetime. You cannot break a Majestic. Not the cheapest but the least expensive. We Are Sole Agents The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.' (LrMtTED.) Pictures change tonight at the Eu-i Lcthbcidgei B. of L. E., Lodge 563, reka. During the present week we have warehoused s. carload of Emer- jCranbrook; B. of R. T., Lodge P. and E., Lodge 735, Leth- B- F- Selkirk son ploughs, Sylvester drills, Subsur-' sion- Cranbrook; A. F. A. M., face "Packers. McLaughlin Carriages, i Elk River PrECP- A- F' A- M- and Montana potatoes. Hyde Mountain Chapter 125; 0- R. DRUG FIRM YE BEEN FORMED Partnership Avith J. J. Johnston Saunders. JC., Lethbridg.e; G-. I. A., Cranbrook; G-. I. A., Lethbridge. sa I I ONLY LICENSED PHARMACISTS PUT UP PRESCRIPTIONS HERE We take no chances in any way with the preparation of our customer's 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- censjsd graduate of pharmacy. CITY AND DISTRICT The Choral Society Concert -will take place Feb. 23rd. Mrs. J. H. Wallace will receive to-i morrow and afterwards on the second j Thursday of each month. 1 THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear 28 6 Lethbridge, clear 30 6 clear 28 4 Regina, cloudy 13 3 Winnipeg, clear -14 -22 i and Saskatche- I wan, fine with low temperature to- jday and Thursday. j Alberta, fine and moderately cold ST. MARY'S CHURCH I WESTMINSTER ROA'D Ash Wednesday: Solemn vespers will be sung at 7.30 and on every fol- lowing Wednesday and Friday during the solemn season of Lent. Sydney Jackson, who for the past five and a half years has been on the J. D. Higinbotham Co. staff and for over a year a member of the firm has entered into partnership with J' J. Johnston, the well known druggist The new firm will be known as John ston and Jackson. Both men have o. tablished enviable reputations as drug gists and as citizens, and with th magnificently appointed store the have in the Sherlock block will enjoy a large share of the business of the city. j today and on Thursday. AND DISTRICT Hon. W. A. Buchanan left for Ed- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Young fromlmonton this morning to attend the their winter ranch are in town. Cor session of the legislature, which opens a few days. tomorrow. The Carnation Club-will hold their j A meeting will 'be held in T. E. regular dance on Friday evening, Feb. Ipatteson's 'office in the Oliver Block llth. All members are requested to On Saturday evening for the purpose attend. 50-2 Of organizing an association here George Conbis and George Cotaras. as the Legion of Frontiersmen both business men from Calgary, ar- j somewhat similar in nature to the rived in Lethbridge morning look [.Veterans' Association, but including ing for business and will locate here besides veterans, all frontiersmen. soon as possible. j Thc boyg of yMC Rymnasium BUILDING PERMITS J. H. White, a residence on Ash- mead street for Arch S. Davy, a residence on Rob- ert street, T. K. McNeil, a residence on Bruce street, r'. W. Kunst, a residence on Will- iam street, ?SOO. Roy Huffaker, a residence on Red- path street, ?100. DIAMOND-CITY CHURCH OPENED CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Munroe wish j There will be no night school at i classes have been working out for Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists i. s, IIPIET, mmm j result that the schools and customs Buy j ____1_ the Carbutt Business College this ev-; S0me time past for thfi purposc or enmg._ A session will be held Qn a cxhibitioE in "IK _ I the new theatre- some time early in Today is Ash Wednesday, a civil ;March. exhibition promises to one of tbe higgest and best shows _ that have ever been put on here, land offices are closed. j j "i i. MI i 'i ii "i Q The Chinamen of the city are cele- their Xew Year festivities to- I day, this being Chinese New Year The celebratioTi was commenc-i Jfc cd early this morning by the shooting j oft of fire crackers. j __ j The fire brigade had a call to RO i Argylc Avc. last night about six j o'clock. Some bedding had caught T fire but was thrown out the window 4-iteforc brigade arrived. No dan- ger was donr. to express their thanks for the ex- pressions of sympathy they have re- ceived from so many friends durinj their recent sad bereavement in the unfortunate death oi their son. George. LYCEUM THEATRE TONIGHT Miss Belle Stevenson Supported by the Summers in "NIOBE'; Comedy m three Acts To-morrow Nigtt MAY BLOSSOM Prices 25c, 50c and 75( The opening.of the new Baptist Church last Sunday was most suc- cessful. In the morning Rev. A. J. Prosser of the Lethbridge Baptist Church preached and in the evening! the service was conducted by Super- intendent of Missions, Rev. C. C. Mc- Laurin. Special music was rendered at both services with Wilbur Thomas as a most acceptable soloist. On Monday evening a splendid con- cert was given to a crowded house by the Lyceum Concert Co. of this city. BIRTHS LethDridge, on Tues- day, Feb. 8th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turpin, a daughter. f T t Rogers- Cunningliam Lumber Prices Quality Right I JL linker Compiny, Limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phone 523 East Yard, Phone 423 J 4. General Phone 323 'I-K-IH-I'H-I 1 f u2 PARTNERSHIP u2 formed between J. and Sydney business conducted years under the i> the former will bo under the firm nanu: LV 1 u} A. W. Crewdson, who was arrested in Winnipeg jast week by 'detectives charged with deserting his wife and five children in Regina, was sentenced by the magistrate to four months bard labor. Take a step up in the world on a faultless Step Ladder. Very strongly made of se- lected material. Not the lowest in price, but made for heavy weights. CHANGE OF PLAY Tonight at the Lyceum the Summers Stock Co. will pro- sent' Niobe instead of "The Witching Hour" which will be played at the New Majestic Theatre nest Monday night. {For ONE WEEK Only o H U o CM Call and get our prices on Carpenter's Tools CO o n H O j PHONE 575 HAYR BROTHERS P.O. BOX27 cocociXHefc-HaseceeteteHaefeK Stafford If you live out of town, write 1 1 I BE IN STYLE You are not in style unless you wear SHUSH 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 Tbe BENTLEY i u> c.> 5f: x I I i x 1 ;