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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta J The Caatle Hotel J Dining Room in Southern v Alberta VV NEW AND UPT9-DATE The Uthbridge Daily Herald TH: "LACE TO 8TAY m tS THE DALLAS HOTEL To Contractors And Builders The Store of Quality KERB'S o We have just received two car loads of Plumbing Goods consisting of O O Baths, Basins, Sink, Soil Pipe and Fitting, etc. Call and get our prices for they are sure to please you. The Hick Hardware Co. Redpath Street Phone 762 P. 0, Box 670 OFFICE SUPPLIES Ring up PHONE 1265 when you are in need of OFFICE SUPPLIES. Our stock of vertical files, box files, board files, binding cases and transfer boxes, is now complete. Goods prompt- ly delivered. THE OFFICE STATIONERS manors BOBUTOII i Whitney Block for writer 1285. Groceries, Provisions, Teai and Coffee Are invincible Our prices are the lowest on the market for high class goods. Call and have a. look at the quality of our goods. We are doing an increasing business every day. We mean to keep It by giving satisfaction to our cus- tomers. We guarantee all our goods, also our prices. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetable! Crockery Phone 14S3 THE MOST MODERN GROCERY AND DELICATESSEN STORE Iu the west, with al! high grade goods at prices you have to pay for ordinary goods. invite Inspection. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 Prompt Delivery Everything: in New Spring Shoes and Oxfords Arriving Daily See our windows for the latest greens, browns greys, gilt and gold NELSON GOW The Foot Toggery We Have Shown Hot Water Bottles In our windows for two weeks. They are easily first class val- ue and many buyers have tak- en advantage of a good thing. We bought just before the great rise In rubber, but have not advanced our prices. We will soon have to put on nearly 50 per cent advance owing to the big price that .the manufacturers pay for crude rubber. J. 0. Higipbota ft Co.ltt Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Mixing Medicine Do jou realize that mixing medicine is particular work? We do and we never allow anyone but a qualified Pharm- acist to do it There are many ways in which medicine can be mixed but only one right way. "We know the drug business thoroughly and would be glad to mix your medicine for you. MkrtiDrvganllookCo. Prescription Specialists ItTHIIIIK CITY AND DISTRICT BUSINESS LOCALS .Don't torget to checK your cloaks at the Majestic, only lOc. 55-8 The vaudeville changes at the Eu- reka tonight. Don't miss it. The Fighting Hope at the Majestic tomorrow night. Good dancing, good singing and good music at the Eureka this the kind of show that pleases .every one. Don't miss the big prize and candy matinee at the Majestic Saturday af- ternoon.at That diamond t ring is a beauty now o-et busy only a few more nights j A chance with every ticket at the I Eureka. Remember the childrens' matinee Saturday at the Eureka. The little j dancing.girls would like to see all the 1 girls and boys at 3 p.m. Saturday, j Did you see the beautiful pictures JA1 is showing at the Eureka. Nex Monday night thirty-one views 'of Joliet Prison and its inmates. The biggest programme ever "iven in the citv at the Majestic Saturday afternoon. Children lOc., adults 25c. A pair of shoes to the lucky child. j The imperial Development Company 'have moved from the Southard Block i to the Sherlock Building. 57-3 JEntire change of vaudeville tonight jat'the Lyceum. The Roberts Duo, Annie Merrill. Victoria Powell in entire changes at the Lyceum tonight. The Middle Man, by the Summers 'Stock Company, at the Majestic to- night. The weekly debating class will be. held in the club room of the Caledon- ian Hall on Friday evening, Feb. 18th at 8 p.m. sharp. Subject, "A Mock Municipal Council." W. G. Graham, the convener, extends a hearty wel- come to all Caledonians. 57-1 Robinson and Morden, the North Lethbridge grocers are offering sume bargains in groceries. Their ad appear tomorrow. THE 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. the cheapest hut the least expensive. We Are Sole Agents i The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town dally.'- (LHyllTED.) THE WEATHER. Calgary, clear Lethbridge, clear Regina, clear Winnipeg, clear 6 13 4 10 -14 -18 -31 -28 West, fine and very cold, Friday fine, stationary or little- higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT C. G. Harleman has taken out a building permit for the erection of a 52200 on Norman J. W. Scarberry is busy these days locating; land seekers east of Warner. Mrs. V. G. Younghushand will re- ceive Friday at her home, 633 Cutbill and after on the 2nd Friday of each month. Wm. Williamson, of Medicine Hat, is in the city on business today. Mrs. F. D. Shaw is not receiving j Vancouver, Feb. were Is- during Lent. sued -today against Reeve Po'mld and Ray Knight manager of the Knight j all the members of the South Van Sugar Company, Raymond, is in to unseat them for Turpin's big bargain furniture sale is drawing the crowds today. Ei- I ceptional bargains are being offered. dwelling costing Street. Mrs. MacArthur, wife of the Indian Agent at. Duck Lake, Sask., the, he city visiting at -the home of In- spector West.. Arch Mitchell of the Forestry Branch, Indian.Head, is in the city in 'onnection with the agricultural :lasses. A carload of lumber was recently unloaded at Barons for W. Pear- ;on who has the contract for build- Qg a new school house at Anderson- ville, S. D., No. 2016, situated east of Bowville, on Sec. 11, Tp. 13, R. 21. Mr. Pearson is also construct- ing a school house for Turin, S.D., No. 1972 on the N.E. i of 24-11-20. J. H. Preston, manager of the Med- icine Hat Planing Mills company, is in the city on business today and is staying at the Lethbridge Hotel. i T T 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 anrl Is of exceptionally good qual- ity. It is well manufactured and thoroughly seasoned. Kegers-Conninijliain city today. A. E. Easton left this afternoon for Calgary. Mrs. Easton also left on a visit to the coast. Commencing yesterday morning a daily mail service has been inaugurat- ed for the Royal Collieries. The Eastern Townships Bank will move into the premises vacated by the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Rev. "Wm.. Reid formerly pastor of the Baptist Church here, but now travelling secretary for the.Baptist College nt Brandon, was in the city i i last night and this morning. Rev. J. E. Murrell-Wright and fam- 1 ily arrived in the city last night. Mr. Wright will assume his duties as rec- tor of St. Augustin's'parish at once. Word has been received by friends in the city that City. Engineer Arnold is ill in Toronto. He was expected home early this week. It is not thought .that his illness is anything i iserious. leged technical irregularities In the recent elections. Ralph Connor's new story "The has been bought by the Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal, and publication will begin n two or three weeks. Ralph. Con- nor's former stories, "The 'The Man From "The and others, have made him famous as a story writer, and 'The Foreigner" is regarded by many as his 'best. It Is a thrilling story of the Canadian West. It Is said that the price was the 'biggest ever paid for a serial story. It will be a great treat to readers of the Family Her- ald and Weekly Star, and; those who become subscribers to that great weekly during the next two weeks will be In time for the opening chap- ter. The beautiful picture "The Soul's Awakening" Is still offered as a premium. The combination Is the biggest dollar's worth in the market to-day. MOOSOMIN FARMER MISSING Hon. Claude Manners Believed Lost on the Out Moosomin, Feb. Claude Manners who farms eight miles south west of Moosomin, lost on the f prairie. Mr. Manners left town to re- turn home about 5 o'clock and later A few minutes deiay in Creating The team returned to town without the some cases of croup, even the length of time It takes to go for a doctor often proves dangerous. The safest way is to keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at the first indication of croup give the child a dose. Pleasant to take and. always cures. Sold by. all druggists. sleigh or driver. The police were at once notified and the empty sleigh was found about a mile from town without, however, any trace visible of Manners. Other search parties have been organized but so far no trace has been found of the missing man. Our Leading Theatres BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD. F. W. BROWN, MGR. H. 8. CO. MAN GOT YEAR FOR THEFT Nelson, Feb. H. Brown, an employe of the Hudson's Boy stores, today appeared before Magistrate Ir- vine and was sentenced to a year in ail for the theft of numerous articles 'rom the store. 8.30 P. M. SHARP Henry Arthur Jones' Great Success 'The Middleman' Miss Belle Stevenson i Supported by the Summers Stock Co. "The Fighting Hope." Mabel Summers Illustrated Songs High Class Specialties BIG PRIZE AND CANDY MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30 Lyceum 8 P. M. SHARP Entire Change of Vaudeville Entire Change Moving Pictures a 10c; adults 25c Program changes every other night. PRESENTATION TO LINTO.N LUNDY At the monthly business meeting of Wesley church Sunday school held 'at the close of the prayer meeting last night, a pleasant feature was the read- ing of an address and a presentation to Mr. and Mrs. L. Lundy, who were married in Montreal on Jan. 5th. Mr. Lundy, Tv-ho has been secretary of the school for the past three years, made a very feeling and suitable reply on behalf of himself and Mrs. Lundy. The presentation consisted of a beautiful marble clock and a piece of Limoges china, and was made by Mr. George and Mrs. W. Jordan. The ad- dress was read by Mr. Roy Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Lundy will take up their residence on Ford street. t T t I lumber United i ACAD1A BLOCK 4- North Yard, Phone 523 I Eait Yard, Phone 423 Gcneriti Office, Phine 323 M-l-H-H I 1 I I I