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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta j Tke Cartle Hotel J M Dining Room tn Southern Albert a i _ NEW AND UP-TS-DATE The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY in IS THE DALLAS HOTEL LANTERNS at a BARGAIN KEMPS COLD BLAST GUARANTEED The Store of Quality Hardware Ce. 0. Box (170 We have just received a large shipment of these TABLETS. You will find that the pa- pers are of the best quality and you get the largest tablet for your money in the west The factory puts the price on each tablet so you know you get them right. BOBfflSBI'S BOOUTORl Whitntv Block for wrttar KERB'S FOR PROVISIONS, TEAS, GROCERIES, COFFEES. FRUITS IN SEASON. Arrivals Sunkist Oranges, per dor. 40c Sunkist Lemons, per doz. 30c Sunkist Tangerine Oraagt-s, per dozen............. 15c Bananas, extra quality, per dozen ................50c Celery, 2 Ibs. for .......2-ic Apples, In 4 Ibs. for .............25c Watch Our Windows For Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Grocenw. Fruit, and Crtckary Phone 1453 We Arc Installing Our New Fixtures But we are doing business just the same. Special Week End Sale balance of this week. For particulars re- fer to Yesterday's Herald. THE GOOD CO. High Cfess Cretan stLA xutjlufc. BOOTS SHOES HOSIERY I All and Only the Best Makes Our Prices and Goods Always Please NELSON GOW 525 Prompt Delivery FOR YEARS We have catered to the public of Lethbridge and vicinity. Our thanks are due to them for good support and their thanks are due to us for goods, fair and -honorable treatment. We are striving to make pleased customers. Our every effort is put forth to make our a dependable store and your patronage is greatly ap- preciated. Our policy is Square Dealing. Try us for drugs at J. DJptJota JCo.ltl Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS 5c. per pound paid for good clean cotton rags at the Herald Office. 51-0 Say, did you see Al's show this week? That is the one they are all talking about. This is your last night for chances on the big prize to be given away to- morrow night at the Eureka. Don't forget the date, Feb. llth. Simmons and Shepherd are now oc- cupying their new offices above the Bank of Commerce. 51-0 One of the grandest celebrations ever seen on water at the Eureka to- aight only. Three carloads of McLaughlin's rigs carriages, road wagons, democrats delivery and express wagons to pick Foot Toggery THE HIGHEST GRADE LUMBER We supply the belt tea toned and least Hawed lumber that can be found. Let us figure on your contracts. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 -CTY AND DISTRICT Mr. J. Horace Neeland, manager of the Ray, Street Company branch THE Great Majestic Range Built throughout of Charcoal Iron, Made with hot water connection or reservoir. Doors of High Closet and 0 von are made of malleable iron. A Majestic will last a lifetime. You cannot break a Majestic. Not the cheapest but the least expensive. AVe Are Sole Agents The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STB. (LHKITED.) "We ship out of town from at. close sale at the Coal Docks, left yesterday for Saunders. 51-1 LcthbrWge, Alta., where he will A change in the vaudeville tonight spetld a short vacation for the bene- at the Eureka. Don't miss it. j fit of his health: During his absence A box social will be held at the I Mr. Freed, accountant at Port Ar- Caledonian Hall. Ladies of the Gale- thur, will be in charge of the local donian Society and their friends are, b'ank _pOrt William Herald. J specially requested to attend. Jack Clarke is slated to fight Joe jyour boxes. Admission, gentlemen in' a -fifteen'round bout at Taber i 25c. Dancing. 51-11 on Saturday night. Clarke and Reed The Guild will hold a special social have already fought two -bouts resuli- jevening on Monday, 14th Feb., St. ing jn a drav in and a Valentine's Day, in Knox Church Hall wcii matched contest is expected. .and all are'.cordially invited to come. I As the .object of the social is to make 'a. payment on the new piano, an en- trance fee of 10c. will be made. This I is intended to be a -comprehensive af- ifair and the Guild will be very glad to see their efforts appreciated and I taken advantage of by a great many. Plenty of old papers at the Herald I Office. "47-0 The work-, on the new fire hall in the North Ward (is' practically com- ONLY LICENSED PHARMACISTS PUT UP PRESCRIPTIONS HERE We take no chances In any way with the preparation of crar 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- censed graduate cS pharmacy. llterta Orog and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I. I lETNIIIIIff CITY AND DISTRICT -HE WEATHER. Geo. Taylor, the local florist, has a brand new delivery wagon. i Colin McLeod of Macleod is in the city today. I George Heathcrshaw oi Magrath is j registered at the Dallas. The Bank oi Commerce will move into their new offices on February 14. i S. T. Evans of Lethbridge, was in the city Her- ald. Ray Knight of Raymond, manager Q! of the Knight Sugar Company, is in jj; j the city today, I H. McKay, of Lethbridge, was visT: friends in the city 30 36 38 9 10 20 18 1 -20 Edmonton, clear Calgary, fair Lethbridge, cloudy Regina, clear Winnipeg, cloudy Bulletin From Central Office and Saskatche- wan, fine and cold today and Friday. Alberta, fine, not much change in temperature. pleted today. The equipment is he- ing installed and :three men and a cap- tain have been placed there for the present. 7 A general meeting of the- ladies of the Caledonian 'Society was held in the club room last night. Office bear ers were elected as follows: Presidant Backard; Vice-President, N. j Scott; Treas., Miss Bissett; Sec'y., 6'Miss Walker. There was also an ex- T 4. T T i IT'S HOUSE BILLS THIS WEEK TF YOU ARE FIGURING on a new house at this time, or contemplate building in the near future, let us malie you an estimate on the material you will need. And if you will get our es- timate within the next ten days, we will make you par- ticularly attractive ligures, as we wish to sell as many house bills as possible during Febru- ary. Don't neglect this. It will be much to your advantage in a money-saving way to get our estimate NOW. stock is complete and is of exceptionally good qual- ity. It is well manufactured and thoroughly seasoned. hftrs-Csaningliam Inter Company, Mitt ACAD1A BLOCK A North Yard, Phone 523 Yard, Phone 423 -f Gtneral Orfict, 323 H-H IH HI II HI I M I I Cranbrook- Herald.- j R. G. A-ddison left for Sundial this, late Wm. Hansen. j R. A. Smith, who has been hi C. F. i Harris' office for some time., has been admitted to the bar and will take charge of the office. Messrs. Poapst and Dunwoody have recently removed to their new law offices in the Southard Building where they will continue their practice. Mrs. A. H. McKeown, 530 G-lyn St. and Mrs. C. F. Smith, will receive jointly tomorrow afternoon and after- wards on the 2nd Fririay of each month. I The Carnation Club will hold their regular dance on Friday evening, Feb. llth. All members are requested to attend. 50-2 CITY AND DISTRICT The weekly debating class will b held gn Friday evening, a 8 p.m. n the club room of the "Gil cdonian Hall." Subject, Tariff re-i form. W. G. Graham, the convener, extends a heartv welcome to all Cale- ecutive committee of the. ladies form- ed. 'A mixed meeting will he hcM in the club room on Wednesday, Ju'tu. intending members should hand in forms as soon as possible to any la- dies of the committee. High''River-will debate with the Calgary Y.M.C. on Friday next on 'the subject, "Resolved 'that the Fran- chise should be extended to women on i the same basis ;as-men." The debate will be held High'River talces the affirmative. This is the EVENTS IN NORTH LETHBRIDGE The store north of the People's Drug Store, Westminster Road, has at last been leased to a firm which will really occupy it inside of the next few weeks. A. Williamson, of Madoc, Out., has sold out his busi- ness there and will place an entirely new stock of men's clothing, furnish- ings, boots and shoes, etc., in the store mentioned. Mr. Williamson owns two lots in. the same block and purposes putting up a two-storey building consisting of store and dwelling in the early spring The Ladies Aid of Westminster Church is to hold a Valentine Social next Monday evening, Feb. 14th. Mrs. W..P. J. Alexander is on the pro- gramme. Westminster League is going ahead by leaps and bounds. An attendance oi forty-five was recorded last Tues- day night when seven new members were enrolled. Mrs. Convis, North' Ward, gave birth to a splendid baby girl yester-. day afternoon. Invitations arc out for a social to be given by the Westminster Y.M.C. J' _ m Our Leading Theatres f BROWN .AMUSEMENT CO., LTD. F. W. BROWN, MGR. NEW THEATRE MISS JEANNE RUSSELL Supported by THE.JEANNE RUSSELl, CO. In "Mrt. Temple's Telegram" "The Squaw Man" PRICES 25c-50c-75c LYCEUM MISS BELLE STEVENSON Supported by THE SUMMERS STOCK CO. la "May Blossom" "Mrs. Dane's Defence" PRICES -i' 25c-50c-75c POLICE COURT There was a lengthy session of .the police court this morning, the time be- ing taken up mainly on the case of a farmer who claimed that the Ellison Mills had-cheated him out of about eighty pounds of wheat. The city scales, according to his story, showed that difference in the load to the mill NEXT MONDAY NIGHT The Real Final Completion, Christening and Opening of Lethbridge's Beautiful Theatre to Be Named THE MAJESTIC MISS BELLE STEVENSON. ABTD THE SUMMER'S STOCK CO. Resenting "THE WJTCHING HOUR" PRICES 25c-50e-75c and I first debate'of--the season this scale5. The case was adjourned. j section of the league, the date bavins been changed by mutual conseat. The residence of Mr. Anderson, a merchant of Oakville, was totally de- building mainly at a cost of 57.000. The permit for the work was issued this morning. The Company have the The origin is a nlystery.- Loss One of the longest trestle "bridges of the Canadian'Northern railway be- work. contract for the Fort iwas destroyed by fire. Announcement PARTNERSHIP having been formed between J. .7. Johnston and Sydney Jackson, the business conducted for many years under the name of the former will fae carried on under the firm name of Johnston Jackson. I I Johnston Prescription Druggists Brad Buchanan was arrested yester- day afternoon on a charge of the theft of ten dollars from a room in the Gas-, tie hotel, and also of frequenting disorderly house. The latter charge was the only one preferred against him this morning. He was allowed out. on bail, the amount being fixed at ?100. DEATHS Lethbridge, Feb. 10, the iafant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Robins. For ONE WEEK Only o you know that croup can be prevented? Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the at- tack. It is also a certain cure for croup and has never been known to fall. Sold by all druggists. 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. ew Co. If you live out of town, write us." O H Z. W a Call and get our i prices on Carpenter's Tools HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P.O. BOX 27 New Arrivals for Spring COLORED LINEN SUITINGS Just the material for your new wash suit or dress. All good shades, such as wisteria, navy, pale blue and tan. A material that is easy to launder. GINGHAMS All the new ideas in stripes, small and large checks, Only loc yd. Other patterns in a finer quality to sell and 30c yd. A new material at a popular price. In pale blue, white and brown. Sure to be a quick seller 35c yd. CRUM'S PRINTS Crumm's English prints; all fast colors; thirty- one inches wide. A of patterns V to choose from, in light or dark colors. The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. ;