Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Caitto Httel Dining in NEW AND UP-Tft-DATI The Lethbndge i TM; TO m H THE DALUtl HOTEL 4 To Contractors And ers _ The Store of Quality I We have just received two car loads of v Plumbing Goods consisting of Baths, Basins, Sink, Soil Pipe and Fitting, etc. Call and getjDur prices for they are sure to please you. The Hick Hardware Co. Rcdpath Street Phone 762 P.O. Box 670 IT. fcHfcfrSStSJSfcSaSK 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' HTSON'S HSTOBE Ntw WMtnty Block for wrltw Mixing Medicine Do you realise 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. Ilkerta Brig and Book Co. Prescription Specialist! i. I. MET, Ngr. lETilfllH WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE ask J. D. Higinbotham Co. to dispense their important prescriptions? It is the careful, particular people who demand tile cor- rect ingredients. They know our reputation for accurate .dispensing of pure drugs is enviable there- fore when they think of pure drugs the name of Higinboth-' am is immediately coupled with it. Accuracy, purity and speed ts our motto. J.D. lll Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Groceries, Ttat 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 busineaa every day. We mean to keep it by giving satisfaction to our cus- tomers. We guarantee all our goods, also our prices. Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, PhMit 14SS THE MOST MODERN GROCERY AND DELICATESSEN STORE In the west, with all high grado geods at prices you have to pay for ordinary goods. We iuvite Inspection. THE GOOD CO. High Glut Crtctrt Everything iu New Spring Shoes and Arriving Daily See our windows for the latest greens, browns greys, gilt and gold NELSON GOW 525 Prompt Delivery The Foot BUSINESS LOCALS Don't forget to checic four cloaks at tbf Majastic, onlr lOc. 55-9 Pictures change tonight at the Eu- reka. Don't miss them. The Fighting Hope, by the Sum1 mers Stock Companv at the Majestic tonight. See the little singing and dancing girls at the Eureka Saturday, matinee A special programme and free candy for the children. Big free Sunday Concert at the Majestic at 9.15 Sunday night. A dramatic treat at the Majestic next Monday night. The Christian. Don't- miss the big double program at the Majestic tomorrow; afternoon at 2.30. Entire change of pictures at the! Lyceum tonight. j A beautiful diamond ring, free. AJ chance with every ticket at the Eu-1 refca. j Miss Aiinie Merrill, the superb op-1 _, .eratlc vocalist, will render several se-1 Thc veather throughout the prairie lections at the Majestic Sunday night.! Did you see that beautiful diamond! THE Great Majestic Range Built throughout of CMarcoil Iron. Made with hot waiter 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 The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. (UMITED.) "We ship out of town jfUKjft THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, cloudy -i. Lethbridge, cloudy 4 Regina, clear A 3 -SI Winnipeg, 'clear 10 -30 Bulletin From 'Central Office provinces has remained fine and decid- edly cold. The maximum tempera- TrinTto' be EuiSa? I in nearl? al1 distdcts nol Ask Wright, the jeweler to show it to you. The Imperial Development- Company have moved irom the Southard Block [to the Sherlock Building. 57-3 CITY AND DISTRICT C. G. Harleman took out a permit this morntng for "the erection-of a dwelling on Norman street to cost C. J. Ecfestorm is now in Old Mexico j spreading the good tidings' of the Lethbridge district and the Western Canada League and incidentally an- joytng a holiday. Henry Bawden, 55 King street, and Albert. McKully, 287 Catherin-i street, were burned to death in a fire today C.P.R., is in destroyed the foundry of Gur- ney .Tilden at Hamilton, Ont Capt. John W. Kennedy, of Win- nipeg's pioneers who passed.away In his sixty-slita birthday last week at CITY AND DISTRICT Calgary, travelling C. S. Fife'of passenger agent city today. E. E. Vincent of Calgary, represen- tative of the Office Specialty Mfg. Co. of Toronto, was in the'city this Harry Sims was released today on his 961 Portage avenue, was his own recognizance of and aa uncle of J- w- of the Leth- of two sureties of eactr to ap-jbridse Coal and Land of zero. and Saskatche- wan, today fine and very cold. Alberta, fair, not much change in pear for trial at the Supreme Court wa? 'the laat the Kennedy bro- in April. I thers who were so prominent in mili- Scott Dixson of the Merchants y affairs in thia dCy and indeed in District Court opens on Tuesday next. 'r Two drunk and disorderly cases comprised the .docket at the police court this morning. Three dollars and -costs was the fine imposed in each case. A reception vrill be held in gustin's Parish Hall on, Monday ev- ening, Feb. 21st from 8 to .10.'-.All members of the congregation are, cor- dially invited to welcome the new rector, the Rev. Murrel-Wright and Mrs. Wright. 5S-2 The decoration and painting work in the new Canadian Bank ot Com- merce building was done by "Welling- ton Brothers, Staffsrd-Agnew.-' Co. supplied the hardware, the plastering was done by A. McCulloch and plumb- ins by the Western Plumbing Co. FheVe was a good crowd last night at the congregational social In St. An- Sunday Night Concert Majestic Theatre 9.15 P. M. Admission Free L March Majestic Orchestra Cbopin 2. Majestic Orchesr 1 tra ____ ToRoy 3. Song Miss Annie Merrill 4. Violin SoIo.JMrs.KoEe Greve 5. Majestic Orchestra 6. Reci il'oa etc. .Allen Dolly Roberts Our Leading Theatres BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD. F. W, BROWN, MGR. Majestic 8. Sonv. Miss Annie Men ill 9. bvertvrrie ____ Majestic Orchestra 10. Piano Soio Prof. Fred Urev'e 11. March Majestic Orchestra God Save the King staff here has been transferred to Mel i before moving to the WesL dicine Hat and left on the local yes- The these brocliers' ths late Donaldson, Mrs. MacGregor, Mr. Irv- ___ _ AT nortir C -f Tio rtVvfaF I inrr XIV C rs terday afternoon to assume his duties h n ?I> there. The Standard Garage Company received their first shipment The late Jas' Kennedy autos and a model of the new 1910 Accompanied his brother the colonel, drews church, Bailey street. Mrs. Three carloads of furniture for the _____ ;vv Alexandra Hotel are being unload mover in the organization of the 90th j tertaining program. Rev. A. M. by the furPin Furniture Co., who rifles and the first commander of that don, who acted as chairman, the place throughout nn-B.- i Is the latest and best Col. W. N. Kennedy, was the chief ing and Mr. Smyth supplied a very en- The city council will hold a mock session in the debating-club at che Caledonian hall tonight. The services on Sunday at St. Aug- usfns will be, early celebration at S.30 a.m.; induction and Holy Com- munion at 11 in the forenoon" when the Lord Bishop of the diocese will officiate and preach. Evensong at 7.30 p.m., sermon by the. Rev. J. E. .Murrell-Wright, M.A., the rector. 8.30 P. M. SHARP Henry Arthur Jones' Great Success :The Fighting Hope' Miss Belle Stevenson Supported by the Summers Stock Co. TOMORROW AFTERNOON Prize and Candy "Brown's In Town" "The Bachellor'a Honeymoon" Hall Cain's Great Success "The Christian." Lyceum 8 P. M. SHARP ROBERTS DUO Sketch Artists ANNIE MERRILL Operatic Vocalist WEEK- LITTLE OLQA European Trapeze Artist and Contortionist -QOLEMAN GARFIELD Comedy Duel Entire Change Moving: Pictures 10c; adults 25c Program chanaes every other night. Cadillac Thirty is on exhibition at the Garage. What might havc been a most ser- ions runaway happened yesterday. A on the Nile e-xpedltlon and died In Winnipeg only a couple of years ago. The late Capt Joseph Kennedy com- manded a company the 91st In 'the team and- wagon dashed westward second Riel reDelHon. J t_ eel the claims of the new church. The Ladies' Aid supplied the refreshments U'at can be secured. in splendid style. At a future meeting the congregation will decide definitely In regard to the purchase of a church site and the building of a new struc- ture. -H-5- 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 dayg, we will raake you par- ticularly attractive tlgures, 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 .-namifactured and thoroughly seasoned. the lane between Redpath and Streets. The sidewalk at [Round Street was crowdwl. C. P. j Kroninc; saw the runaway coming aid shouted to the pedestrians to look 1 out and as one gentleman did not. he jumped to drag; him out of reach of the plunging; horses, thereby sav- ing his life. Mr. Kroning suffered a sprained ankle in the rescue. The J i team was stopped later and no dam- 4- iagc was done. J.1 ill 21 i Xurse's Register JLi 1L> T!