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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta A" FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Beat a Day Hotel in Alberta ridge Herald V 1" WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel J Is the Best and Most Corwerv font Place to Stay not try a Safety Razor? Millions" of men have tried and found them the best shaving apparatus they ever used. And yon run no risk in buying one. If uny 'Safety Razor which we sell you does not shave and please you in every way we willingly fund the purchase price. Our list is a com- plete Gilette Safeties Complete with 12 blades, double edged. Ha. 55 to Safeties Used by thousands oi men. who prefer it above all v. others'. to Safeties The raior which comes nearest to the old style iu action yet gives you all advantages of the safe- ty. 'Butlers' Safeties A perfect shaver, made and simple in con- struction, 6 blades with each razor. Each 'Ever Ready' Safeties Regardless of price, ihis razor stands high among sell-shaving men. V-'e know they are fine. Each Exrta Safety Blades For every safety razor we sell. 1C you want good blades, get them here. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. f hont 762 F. O. Box 670 Wi Give Special Attention to Mail Orders "Office Supplies" We carry a full line of Blank Books, in or- dinary and special rulings. Bill Books. Re- ceipts, Xotes, Etc. Ptemember and Phone 1265 IOT your office needs. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NSW WHITNEY BLOCK rr DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Take A Good Tonic Now This the time of year when, you should assist nature by tak- ing a good tonic, BEEF. IRON AND WINE is Ideal for your system, m short, 1; gives you all tho advantages of a sood ionic, and in addition Is a food and cas stimulant value. Sherry -rine, purest of citrate of iron, and quality extract of heef. 51.00 Per Bottle ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RiPUEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 LOWNEVS CHOCOLATES RECEIVED TODAY We Have ia Bulk: Marahmtllaw Fudge JsMy Wafnut Centret Walnwt StwTTMl Dates. Chocolate Fruit Centres. Aitorted Crsami. At Per 60c tarry Lowney's AMorted Creams In 1-2 and 1 Ifa. boxei, JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON. SHERLOCK 1LOCK. PHONE 1232. Lumber and Building Supplies of all ki Good Stock Courteous Treatment Square Dealing Lowest Prices Rogers-CiinBiiigham Lumber Co. ApADJA BLOCK WORTH 523. Limited EAST 4Z3. Fresh made Creamery Butter is to get fit this time of the year. We have beer: very fortunate in yetting the entire output of TWO FIRST CLASS CREAMERIES, CLOVER- HILL and KNEEKILL CREAMERIES and we ooiuid sell more such bur.er if it were to be had A shipment of KNEEHtLL BUTTER received to- day. Price nor lb...........................4QC Good's Ice Cream Parlors Kim class in every respect, situated in Hill Hloct on Dufferiu St.. formerly run by Kills k Muryhy. A full Hue of Fresh Fruit and High Class Confectionery carried iu stock, AH former pat- rons besides new ones, will be welcomed back to this end of the business. Orders will be delivered to all parts of the city. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS DUPFERIN ST, ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONE 627 The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. CORSETS fi i i 4 n 10 THE WEATHER I Kamloops. clear 23 i Edmonton, fair 28 j clear 20 j Lethbridge, fair 2-1 I Winnipeg, clear 32 [Port Arthur, cloudy........... 28 j Thc weather generally in the prai- I rie provinces has been moderately cold during the day except in eastern Manitoba, where it was mild, but s I temperature fell to several degrees faelow zero in eastern Manitoba dur- i ing the night. i FORECAST AH and moderately cold todav and'Fridav. 25c buys A Lot of Glass CITS: AND DISTRICT I R. V. Maynard. of the A. R. iCo., and his brother, A. J. I hire returned from 2. trin En'T- i land. Over SOO pupils were enrolled in j Medicine Hat schools last month. There are twenty-five teachers. 1 Geo. E. Ewing. of Taber. is acting jas manager of the local branch of the Eastern. Townships Bank until a sue-- i cessor to Mr. Rome is appointed, j Miss I. Walker, oi the Government [Telephone System, has been trans- ferred to the offices at. Nantcn, and I .Miss E. M. Way take her place1 here. James Fiske returned on Tuesday from a two months' trip to George Whitton has taken out a-j building permit for a dwelling on Fourth Ave., north, at an estimated cost of This evening there will be a concert, in Westminster Methodist church, giv en by the members of Wesley Church choir, assisted by members of the Westminster choir. E. Codd. of the J. T. Case Thresh- ing Machine Co., oi Racine, .left this afternoon for Calgary, where h< will j attend the annual meeting 01 the tra- vellers of his company. j C. VT. Brooks, oi the Wisconsin I Bridge Iron Co.. Milwaukee and j Chicago, is in Letbbridee for tec days, placing machinery contracts with the different- coal companies. Chas. Meegan, formerly manager oi the Balmoral hotel, who has been in Toronto for some months is -hack ia the city. He is happy to be back in the West again. The East, he says, is too slow for him. E- Johnsorj. proprietor of the Do- minion hotel, Midnapore, has sold out to Fred J. Mink, of Calgary, Swell known in the wholesale hutcher I business, for about the sum of SI 'OOO cash. The Alberta Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society elected Thos. Underwood, Calgarv. presi- dent, J. D. Higinhotham. Lrthhridge. one of the vice-presidents, and Rev. Colored Bowls Clear Bowls Celery Trays Class Jugs 2 quart Clear Vases Sugars and Creams SEE OUR WIN- DOWS G E T Y 0 U R S Odd Lines of___ Glassware are being cleared out at K1RKHAM BROS. 315 Sixth Street Phone 556 Depend For Medicines Your doctor wiU-never the slightest cause -for com- plaint about the his He will praise" the fidelity and exactness with which we follow his directions and the pure, fresh quality of the drugs we use. If you have never tried us, now is the time to make a start, at CITY AND DISTRICT Benjamin Sickler, a prosperous rancher oi Coutts, is in town today. Inspector Lindsay, R. NT. W. M. i I came down from Macleod last night j on business. H. Hiaton and Miss Hinton, of Pincher Creek, are visiting in the j city. j C. Ives, of !ves Ball, barris- ters, has gone to Vancouver. He will return to Lethbridge about March 5th. Mrs. F. Hopkins, who was operat-j ed on at the Gait Hospital two weeks ago is regaining 'her health} very rapidly, although she will prob- ably be confined to her bed for an- other two or three weeks. Hazel Link left this morning [or Great Kalis. Butte and Helena, Mon- a short time, after which he will go to'Chados. Montana, where he has accepted a position with the 0. W. Keer Co. He expects to spend a portion of the next six months at Charlos, and tne rest ci the time in Minneapolis. A telephone message was" received at- the police station about 9.50 last night, aays the general occurrence, book at the that a tramp was trying to get into a house. Two constables immediately hrdcteded to thc spot, but by the i time they arrived the party had dc- j camped. (f J. D. Riptota Cilti Family and DlBpenilng Chemtets Night Day Telephone 322 NUbt Bell on Front Door No. THEATRICAL MAJESTIC THEATRE. TONIGHT Tpn'.ght the jolly farce comedy, j! "The 'Man from Ottawa" will be semed at the Majestic Theatre by Gco.i H. Summers and his clever company.! This play is built for laughing pur-i poses only and is guaranteed to drive: away The worst case of blues. Mr.j Summers and Mr. Blake have the lead-J ing parts and that is a guarantee the farce will be a success. The vau- i deville between the acts will be entire- j ly new, Master Nugent will sing famous "I want a Girl" song, and the j Coltons will hand out new and taking comedy songs and stories. Miss Grnce; will "appear in a new special- ty, and Mabel Summers will introduce new and beautiful illustrated songe. BUSINESS LOCALS T. P. Perry, a member of the com- mittee. The annual general meeting of the Western' Coal Operators Association Vjwas held at Caigary on Tuesday. All j the retiring officers were unanlmcns- j'iy re-elected P. L. Naismith, j-rral manager of the A. R. T. Co.. who attended thc meeting, stated to i the Heraici this morning that the matter of the approaching negotia- tions with the miners for a cew two J! year agreement was not even fnfcrm- !iiaJIy discussed. The existing ment provides that negotiations for j a new agreement shall br onenfd Call 665, the Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabh St. 218-0 Phone Pony Express; luggage transferred, removals, C.O.D. 301-ft Expert Piano Tuning. Work guar- anteed hv Mr. W. J. Creasv, Mason "THE BLACK FLAG" AT THE MAJESTIC "The Black Flag" is a happy title, for it pithily gives a key to thc rnafn plot of the play. The incident! is the attempted escape of two prison-, ere from Portland, where a black flag! 5s hoisted to warn the countryside i when such an event takes place. The play has a very great flavor of melodrama, the comic element, though it appears out of place, serves pur- i pose of adding a wholesome relief and j of causing laughter. This is success-j ichieved, giring Geo. Summarsj opportunities for exercising his pow-j ers of humor, which, both in man-1 Risch Piano Co., Phone 791. 56-3 jnerigtn, and facial expression, he Your last chance tonight- to see the seems a past master. He well repre- big war scene at the Eureka. See Italia and Greene, singing and dancing comedians also Howard and Campbell, gymnasts. Hurry with your entries. Amateur night tomorrow night at the Eureta. r thc best amateur. Do not forget to remember the sented the shady Jew, Sim Lazarus. A rood piece of acting was that ofi A. MoriarHy, who, at Owen Glyn-[