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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Castle Hotel Dining in Southern NEW AND XJP-T9-DATE The Lethbndge Daily Herald TH; TO STAY Whv.. m 1 IS THE DALLAS HOTEL The Store of Quality HE GEORGE KEKlt CO. Carry the finest stock 'of Groceries, Provis- ions, Teas Coffees in the city. I KEMP'S COLD BLAST GUARANTEED IN ANY WIND ONLY SI I 1 75c. ONLY Hardware Co. P. 0. Box 670 1 i I I I i THE LETHBRIDGE WRITING TABLET 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. THE OFFICE STATIONERS SOIM'5 ROOI5IOBI Whitnty Block AfcnU for Phone 1265. I GET IT At best skin lotion made. The preparation for chapped hands and lips that has stood the test of a criticis- ing public for many MELLOW BALM Don't put it off a day. Tel- ephone or mail your order. It is a protection against rough weather, and a good skin preservative. 25c a bottle. J. D, HiginbottiainSCo.ltit Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. 75 the Our goods are sold on lowest margin possible. We have only one price for groceries throughout the week. QUALITY is our watchword Geo. Kerr Co. Grocer-its, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 WE HAVE ARRIVING TWICE A WEEK Fresh Lettuce Bananas Celery Grape Fruit, Etc. are now iu a position to handle all Grocery and Provision orders no mntter how large or how small. Our stock and store is now the largest and most modern in Southern Alberta. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers BOOTS SHOES All and Only the Best Makes Our Prices and Goods Always Please Phone 52S I !f> I I i i1 Prompt Delivery BUSINESS LOCALS Remember the Eureka has new peo- ple and pictures every Monday night. Check your coats and cloaks. .Be up to date. Majestic Theatre. 51-3 The Musicians Union will hold a smoker in the K. of P. Hall on Tues- day, Feb. 15th. Everybody invited. Tickets Si.00. 54-2 Check your coats and cloaks. Be up to date. Theatre. 51-3 Well, here you are, another chance to get a beautiful diamond rin.j free. A chance with every 25c. and ticket at the Eureka. Check your coats and cloaks. Be up to date. Majestic Theatre. 51-3 Ask Wright, the jeweler, to show you the diamond ring the giving away. Don't miss the Witching Hour by the Summers Stock Co. at the Ma- jestic tonight. Curtain at 8.30 p.m. Seats on sale at the Red Cross HOSIERY NELSON GOW The Foot Toggery I I I R THE HIGHEST GRADE LUMBER We supply the beat seasoned and least flawed lumber that can be found. Let us figure on your contracts. THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy areka is Lethbridge, cloudy algary, cloudy Regina, clear Winnipeg, Bulletin From Central Office Snow has fallen in Alberta but else- I DEPEND UPON IT That each and every package of medicine which bears our label contains exactly what your doctor ordered and has been prepared precisely as he wanted it prepared. Satisfactory prescription dispensing is only made pos- sible by employing well train ed- expert pharmicists. This is the sort you find at Drill! andBGGH Co, -Prescription Specialists 11. HPIH, MDP. 1 ITaber. i Drug Store for the Witching Hour :it the Majestic Theatre. Check your coats and cloaks. Bii jup to date. Majestic Theatre. 51-3 See Dolliver and Rodgers, the pret- ty singing and dancing girls i't the i Eureka tonight. j The famous Roberts Duo at the Ly- 'ceum at 8 p.m. sharp I Prices 10 c. and 25c. at the Lyceum I tonight. High class vaudeville and j moving pictures. j Check your coats and cloaks. Be jup to date. Majestic Theatre. 51-3 See Whitman, the comedian that is at the Eureka this week and voa vrill laugh for a month. j Miss Belle Stevenson at the Majes- jtic tonight in the Witching Hour. Curtain 8.30. Check your coats and cloaks. Be up to date. Majestic Theatre. 51-3 SPECIAL Citizen's Club dance (previously held in the, (Caledonian Hall) will in future he held in Harper's Hall, Ashmead St. All members are asked to turn out 14 25 18 18 28 2 -2 -12 -12 where in the prairie provinces the weather has been fine and all districts have been cold, especially so in north- ern Saskatchewan. West, northerly winds fair and very cold today and Tuesday. THE j Great Majestic Range Built throughout of Charcoal Iron. Made 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 I I j The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town (LhMITED.) Phone 454 CTY AND DISTRICT St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold a congregational social on Feb. 17th, at 8 p.m. at Bailey Street School. A good pro- gram will be given, a good lunch serv- ed, and important church business will be discussed. Every Presbyter- an in North Lethbridge is especially requested'to be present. CITY AND DISTRICT John Kiebeskey of No. 5 died on Saturday of typhoid fever and was buried this morning. Remember the. Valentine Social to- night at Westminster Church given by the ladies. Splendid programme promised. Jess A. Harris and Glenn R. Link the 0. W. Kerr CIH AND DISTRICT Today is Valentine's Day. Mrs. William Prouse left for Bow Island on Saturday to visit her son. Miss Florence and Edith Prouse spat Sunday visiting friends in Please [show your cards at the door. Note The C.P.R. air brake inspection car the chang? of address, Harper's Hall. Co. force, spent Creek with Mr. Sunday at Pincher Lathrop's brother. A. A. Johnston is in from his sev- en-thousand acre ranch south-east of here. He reports winter wheat in good condition. The funeral of the infant daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Robins was held from the family residence on Wooti St., at 3 p.m. on Sunday. Rev. T. p. Perry conducted the service. i came in on this afternoon's train j Ashmead St. from the east. Mr. Bradshaw is importing a car-' CTY AND DISTRICT load of thoroughbred horses from Chi-! Mr. Foster of the Northern Electric for Magrath. is in the city installing the C. C. Hulit and Claude Wing of i switch board for the new fire alarm lii Lacombe have brought two carloads-system. i of settlers' effects south to Warner, j H. H. Phillips, of Lethbndge, Two Valentine Social evenings are slated for this evening. One will be given by the Westminster Guild oi Knox Church and the other by the League of Wesley Church. Both start at eight o'clock. Wolf Tail the Montana Indian who (gave evidence at the Simms case at j n. n. i-niiiips, oi L-etnnnage, has j the Barracks yesterday is quite a The Gun Club took advantage of j accepted a position with R. J. Bin-j comfortable looking Indian. He owns the fine weather on Saturday to local a band of three hundred and-fifty joy a practice shoot. ;brook Herald. horses and seventy head of cattle. This district is enjoying a' good j The Kerr Co. sold N. section 11. j Wolf Tail is a judge of the police snowfall today all of which means'Tp. 4, R. 17, to a Mr. Strock of! court which meets on the reserve at, more wheat next summer. South Dakota at S-lfl per acre. This i Browning cvcrv Fridav, so he was an i i Dr. O'Hagan, formerly of Frank has Warner and it is all broken intercste-'! spectator of the court at BIG GYMNASTIC SHOW AT MAJESTIC THEATRE Those who remember the gymnastic exhibitiou put on by Frank Maxwell's class here two years ago will welcome the coming exhibition of the Y.M.C. at the new Majestic Theatre on March the second. The improved convenien- ces of the large stage for an exhibition of this sort will mean that this will be one of the most entertaining exhibi tions ever offered to the people of Lethbndge. The boys have been train- ing' for the event for a considerable time and the class is certainly doing remarkably well under the training of Mr. Filmer. The exhibition will include dumb-bell drills, free work, wand drills, club and torch swinging, Jiu Jitsu, parallel and high bar work, tumbling and living pyramids. This latter is particularly interesting. There will also be boxing and several very amusing stunts. A full orchestra will be in attendance. Pictures of the pyramids were taken of j the boys outside the club room last week. These pictures will be on view in some of the store windows of the city next week. Our Leading Theatres BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD. F. W. BROWN, MGR. Majestic 8.30 P. M. SHARP THE "Witching Hour" Miss Belle Stevenson Supported by the Summers Stock Co. "The Professor's Love Story" Mabel Summers Illustrated Songs High Class Specialties Lyceum 8 P. M. SHARP HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE The Roberts Duo In Musical Comedy. Full of laughs, singing and dancing. Amiic Merrill Songstress of Note Madeline Powell Illustrated Melodies Moving Pictures 1. Customs Officers Mystified 2. A Lucky Accident. 3. Daughter of Erin. 4. rtis First Frock Coat. 5. Music Has Its Charms. 10c; adults 25c Program changes every other night. BUILDING PERMITS The Citizens Lumber Co. have tak- en out a building permit for a 3700 addition to their lumber shed on Bar- oness Road. D. S. McCaig has taken out a per- mit for an addition to his resi- dence on Crubb street. located in the city and will practice ;but nas no buildings the barracks. JL 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 make 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 tigures, 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. our stock is complete and Is of exceptionally good qual- ity. It is well manufactured and thoroughly seasoned. logen-CunninjjIiim loiter here. He livvs on Ernest St. i Rod McLennan, of Lcthbridge, is a visitor in town this Enterprise. j 1 -Ins. McCaig, superintendent of Schools, Edmonton, was in the city j I over the week cnci. I I C. F. P. Conybeare will speak at ithc meeting of the Knox Men's Club Jin the basement of Knox Church on Tuesday evening. All Knox men and ladies are also welcome.. T L'l I