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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tto Cftfttle Hotel Dining Room in Southern NCW AND i FH; TO ITAV in 1 hhbrWfi IS THE DALUM HOTEL LANTERNS at a BARGAIN KEMP'S COLD BLAST GUARANTEED IN ANY WIND The Store of Quality ONLY 75c. ONLY The Hick Hardware Co. Phone 762 P.O. Box 670 I THE LETHBRIDGE 0 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 ioewTSflirs jooisiom i New Whitnty Block j AfonU for Undtrwood Typo> wtitor Phene 1265. Everything; For The Teeth Is sold at Higinbotham's such TOOTH BRUSHES The finest" French Bristle. THE GEOKGE KEKR CO. Carry the finest stock of Groceries, Provis- ions, Teas Coffees in the city. WE HAVK ARRIVING TWICE A WEEK Fresh Lettuce Bananas Celery Grape Fruit, Etc, We are now in a position to handle all Grocery and Provision orders no matter hirge or how small. Our stock tmd store is the largest and most modern in Soutlu'ru Alberta. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 BOOTS SHOES HOSIERY All and Only the Best Makes Our Prices and Goods Always Please Our goods are sold on the lowest margin possible. We have only one price for groceries throughout the week. QUALITY is our watchword Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 TOOTH PASTE Eight varieties from. to choose Mixing Medicine Do you realize that mixing medicine is particular work? Vv'e do and Tve never allovr anyone but a qualified Pharm- acist to do it. TOOTH POWDERS Ten different kinds. TOOTH WASHES Six kinds. TOOTHACHE GUMS AND D -K'S A large assortment. LEST YOU FORGET We have the largest assort- ment all French Bristle tooth brushes in Southern Al- berta. Call and inspect our J, 0. Higinbottiam S Co. ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS ...Don't rorgel to checK your cloaks at the Majestic, only lOc. 55-0 The Summers Stock Co. in Leah Kleschna at the Majestic Theatre .to- morrow night. Did you'see those pretty singing and- dancing girls at the Eureka 1 They have got anything beat- I ever saw. The Roberts Duo at the Lyceum in the Doll Maker. Whitman, the comedian, "has some new ones Tor you again tonight at the Eureka. j Annie Merrill, the operatic vocalist. at the Lyceum tonight. Have you seen that beautiful dia- Imond ring at Mr. Wright's that the Eureka is giving, away. Contest be- gan last night. A chance with every ticket. The Professor's Love Story at the Majestic tonight. Madeline Powell in illustrated mel- odies at the Lyceum tonight. Change oi program at -the Lyceum tomorrow night. The Musicians Union will hold a smoker in the K. of P. Hall on Tues- day, Feb. 15th. Everybody invited. Tickets 54-2 SPECIAL Citizen's Club dance (previously held in. the {Caledonian Hall) will in future be Iheld in Harper's Hall, Ashmead. St. j All members are asked to turn out tomorrow (Tuesday Please show your cards at the door. Note the change of address, Harper's Hall. Ashmead St. Card tables and games will be provided for non-dancers. All NELSON GOW The Foot Toggery THE 1 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. ISTot the cheapest hut the least expensive. We Are Sole Agents t The McKeown Hardware Co., I DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. (LIMITED.) "We ship out of town THE WEATHER. Edmoatoa, clear Calgary, clear Lethbridge, clear Regina, Winnipeg, cloudy Some snow has -1-1 -16 -16 -11 -14 fallen in Alberta while in other parts of the prairie provinces the weather has been iair in all districts it has been "Uite cold. Provinces, fine and very cold today and Wednesday. CTY AND DISTRICT i members are invited to at- tend. CITY AND DISTRICT The city have a gang of men out cleaning -the snow off 'the sidewalks. J. W. M. P. P., was in the city-last night but went north on the night train. Halladay of Calgary is visiting her daughter Mrs. R. H. Ford J-as. McCaig returned .to Edmonton today. C. Marker, dairy commissioner, for the, Alberta Government, is in the city. CTY AND DISTRICT H. J. Quinn and Oscar FUzmaurice of Milk River are in the city today. R. A. Smith, whose admission to the bar of the province was noted the other day, has opened his law office in. the Alberta block. B. B. Hoyt, who for the past 1 ve years has been secretary-treasurer oE the Lethbridge Iron Works, has SCAV ered his connection with the com- pany. Both ladies and gentlemen are in- vited to the meeting of the Knox Men's Club this evening at S p.m. C. F. P. Conyheare -will speak. All that was required to make the Entre Nous dance at the Caledonian Hall last evening a successful was in evidence. The floor in prime condition and with the excel- lent music furnished by and Madame Norman made the numbers oi the or.oscinr.ue delight fu. At 11.30 refreshments were And then -dancing was resumed inr another hour. About fort'' coi.ple Mrs. C. H. West, at the R.N.W.M. hyere present. P. Barracks will not receive duriig B- R Tabtuin and J. Huincr o Lent. The StaSord-Agnew Co. supplied all _. yi imin. ate me tuuaj p. McQueen the well known in- The Hi h School Literary Societv 'the hardware in the new Canadian rrvin i tn O J I surance man, is in the city. J. W. Hardy of Stirling is in the ;Easter, city today. R. A. Gillies, President of are preparing a play to be given after Bank of Commerce Building. the Hudson's Bay Stores have re- turned from a shoe and dry -goods buying expedition at Winnipeg. Mr. the The Xpung People's Guild of Knox Church, held their Valentine social There are many ways in which medicine can be mixed but only one right way. know the drug business thoroughly and .would be glad to mix your'medicme for you. Board of Trade oi Raymond, is in the j yesterday evening, and in spite of the weather a goodly number turned out. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church'An enjoyable time was spent, with will hold a congregational social in j songs and readings, and a welcome the Bailey Street School at 8 p.m.; addition to the programme was the on Thursday evening. Everybody i Victor Gramophone, kindly lent by welcome. Business of importance to ;Mr. A. L. Spurrier. Everyone was every Presbyterian north of the track was in a social and generous mood It will be a week or two yet before the new fire alarm system is ready to be tested. The central station equip- ment is now being installed. So in the meantime citizens wilt continue to USD phone 333 in case of fire. G-. B. Lemon the insurance man with Osier, Hammond and Nanton, is in the city. W. A. Henderson, of Winnipeg, is in the city on his regular tr p to bokj Our Leading Theatres BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD. F. W. BROWN, MGR. Majestic 8.30 P. M. SHARP THE Professor's Love Story Miss Belle Stevenson Supported by the Summers Stock Co. "Leah Mabel Illustrated Songs High Class Specialties Big Matinee, Sat., 2.30. Lyceum Tabrum who Jaw, when stopped off at Moose returning, says that- bc oiscussed at this meeting at! and the Guild are glad to say that [after the city auditing. the close, after refreshments have been the piano fund materially benefit. Hlfj served. eg j At the annual meeting of the Mas- Veteran's Association of the Pa-ipation' J. H. Fawcett and J. F. Fumerton, "Lethbridge is behind the times in one thing, namely, a Y.M.C.A." Moose Jaw has a up to 'date, fully equipped Y.M.C.A. building which was built principally with the liberal aiil of the business men of that city. What's the matter with Lethbridge? The Moose Jaw building [has a gymnasium, running track, swimming pool, shower baths, lockers bowling alley, came rooms, reading merchants of Winnipeg, are in the If troubled with indigestion, consti-j cuy. no appetite or feel bilious. j cific Coast, at San Francisco, give Stomach and Liver i Prescription Specialists 11 the result. These tablets the stomach and liver and strengthen the digestion. Sold by j Cat., G. B. Murphy, of Moosomin, ,'Tablets trial and you will be pleased j lhe 3r, Saskatchewan, Past Grand Master of the result- Tnese tablets in- pi the Grand Lodge of Manitoba, and Ofivifiorate 'L lhe Grand Lodge of A. F. A. M.. was aeain elertpri a11 druggists. I I A. C. Fraser, of spcctor of C.P.R. rooms, lecture rooms, sitting etc., and membersh p including the full use of all these only cost5 a Moose JAW, in- young man ten dollars a year. Lrth telcgnuns, is in {bridge is a much buster city with j more young men and should be better T. B. George visited Lethbridge able to support such an institution, this week and was much impressed with the growth of the sontVrn city. A. F. it A. M., was again elected Grand Vice President of the Associa- tion for tl-re provinces of Saskatchc-j wan and Alberta. t Miner. The Rev. Victor J. Gilpin died in Toronto from typhoid fever. He was formerly pastor oi the Unitarian hurch at London, Ont. 8 P. M. SHARP HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE The Roberts Duo In Musical Comedy. Full of laughs, singing and dancing. Annie Merrill Songstress of Note Madeline Powell Illustrated Melodies Moving Pictures t. Customs Officers Mystified 2. A Lucky Accident. 3. Daughter of Erin. 4. 'riis First Frock Coat- 5. Music Has Its Charms. 10c; adults 25c Program changes every other night. HEATING SALE IT'S HOUSE BILLS THIS WEEK TF YOU ARE FIGURING on a new howse 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, will rsake you par- UcHlarly attractive ligures, as we wish to sell as many house bills as possible during Febru- Don't negkct. this. It will be much to your advantage frr a money-saving Vay to get estimate NOW. onr stock ts .complete, and Is of exceptionally good qual- ity. "'.It is well manufactured and thoroughly seasoned. An attack of the grip is often fol- lowed by a persistent cough, which 'to many proves a great annoyance. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been extensively used and with good success for the relief and cure of this cough. Many cases have been cured after all other remedies had Uikr liiited 0. 4J i t AC AD I A BLOCK .1 i JNcrth Yard, Phone 523 East Yard, Phone 423 JL Ueneral Office, Phone 323 n t'.i M-K i n i n MI i Announcement PARTNERSHIP having been formed between J. J. Johnston and Sydney Jackson, the business conducted for many years under the name of the former will be carried .on under the firm name of Johnston Jackson. i Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists i i i Universal and Enterprise Food Choppers Chop Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bread, Nuts, etc, No. 1 Universal 2 5 Enterprise cap. 10 22 3 4 14 If you live cmt of town, write A few minutes aeiay in treating ome cases of croup, even the length f time It takes to go for a doctor ften proves dangerous. The safest vay is to keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at the first ndication of croup give the child a dose. Pleasant to take aad always cures. Sold by all druggists. We are clearing out the last few heaters at reduced prices to make room for our Spring stock. No. reduced No. reduced No. reduced No. reduced HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P.O. BOX 27 ght Prices J LuuiiCQ Blue Feather Per tin ..................10c Aylmer Tomatoes 2 tins for..............25c Edwardsburg 10 tb. tin ...............60c Pickles, Per gai. Pickles, Per jar .................85c Pickles, Per jar..................90c Empress Per 5 Ib. tin.............75c Wagstaffefs Per 5 Ib, tin ............75c Upton's Extra good buy for 4 Ib. tin at ..................45c Rolled Per 8 Ib. Creamery Government, 3 Tor Five Roses Pe Ontario Apples, nothing box Gallon 1 Per tin ..................35C Or 3 for "New Laid Per dorcn Cold Storage 3 dozen The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. 1 fe ;