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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I The Hotel J Dining !n Southern NEW AND DF-TS-DATE lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald TH: TO iTAY m 1 IS THE DALLAS HOTEL To Contractors And Builders We have just received two car loads of Plumbing Goods consisting of Baths, Basins, Sink, Soil Pipe and Fitting, etc. Call and get our prices for they are sure to please you. The Hick Hardware Co. I i 1 I 1 I Phone 762 Redpath Street P.O. Box 070 I II has purchased prize fighter, who is to fight Billy VCT cold- In AIberta lfc has Rhodes March 17th, is in the city moderated somewhat. Wm. H. McNeely oi the Medicine Hat Mill Company, Medicine Hat. is in the city today. The appearance oi the interior oi Westminster Church has been made more attractive by tbe young people who vmet at the church on Thursday evening and completed .the work of papering the walls and ceiling. The' annual convention ot District 18 U. M. W. of A. will be held in Lethbridge next week commencing Wednesday. The District officials have issued a notice to this effect. Another meeting of "those interest- ed in forming a Lethbridge command 'of the "Legion oi Frontiersmen" will be held this evening at the office of T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block. The government agricultural classes will be concluded this afternoon. The i in the judging of grain and stock will be announced and the cups donated by the Board, ot Trade will be awarded at half past five. There was no session this morning. L. Mcllzier, oi Winnipeg, an exper- Sunday Night Concert Majestic Theatre 9.15 P. M. Admission Free 1. Orchestra 2. Orches- tra................ Tof-ey 3. Song Miss Annie Merrill 4. Violin Solo Mrs.Rose Greve ........Majestic Orchestra 6. ReciMi'oa etc........... .....Allen Dolly Roberts 7. Corndc Solo T. M. de Fnresr 5. .Miss Annie Merrill 9. Overture ........Majestic Orchestra 10. Piano Soio.............. Prof. Fred Greve 11. March Majestic Orchestra God Save the King land is fieiTlng on purchasing a farm I Forecast-All West, a few local near Warner (snow flurries, but generally fair and The A. R. I. express 4or Coutts cold today and on Sunday. and Great Falls waited for the Flyer this morning as there were passen-i ;gers on it who did. not want to wait' Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT carload of horses from P. Field, Calgary, A itor R. A reception will be held in St. throueh the citv today, gustin's Parish Hall on Monday cv-j Commencing March 1T the mail to H-jcning, Feb. 21st from S to 10. All Carmang.iy, Barons, Noble and other the business of the Golden West Fur- niture Co. and is unloading two car- loads of furniture. Schweitzer Bros., bakers, have re- moved to the Alberta Block, and are (Occupying part of Rochon's Confec- j tioncry and ice cream parlor. New Coutts fixtures have been installed and these passed 1 fjrms can now boast of having one of the best stores of the kind in the pro- vince. Our Leading Theatres BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD. F. W. BROWN, MGR. Majestic 8.30 P. M. SHARP Henry Arthur Jones' Great Success 'The Fighting Hope- Miss Belle Stevenson Supported by the Summers Stock Co. V CHURCH SERVICES St. Andrews Presbyterian church, Bailey street Preaching at 11 and 7.30 p.m. every Sunday. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Rev. W. W. Bryden pastor. At the close of the evening service a congregational meeting will be held and as some important con- gregation matters will be brought up for discussion decision it hoped there will be a full attendance. TOMORROW AFTERNOON' Prize and Candy "Brown's In Town" "The Bachellor's Honeymoon" Hall Cain's Great Success "The Christian." Lyceum 8 P. M. SHARP THE ROBERTS DUO Sketch Artists ANNIE MERRILL Operatic Vocalist WEEK- LITTLE OLGA European Trapeze Artist and Contortionist GARFIELD Comedy Duel Entire Change Moving: Pictures 10c; adults 25c Program changes every other night. 1 I 1 i Hi I i Knox church services will be. held as usual at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Men's Bible class at 12.15 in the basement after the morning service. Sunday- school and adult Bible class at 3 p. m. T -Mw vs w L v W II I V t CtlLll j oi the congregation are will be taken from Lethbridge j Mrs. Brown, widow of the late A. Christian Science service on Sun- invited to welcome the train. The trains go out twice. Brown, for- many years city cleYk day, Feb. 20th, at 11 a.m. at 1 I I 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 tbe next ten days, we will raake you par- ticularly attractive tigiires, as we wish to sell as many 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. Director, the Rev. Murrcl-Wright and (g i Mrs. Wright. 5S-2 The waiter on one of the dining cars of the Soo Spokane Flyer asked a at the station the other day i "What business is going on "here at en i Lethbridge? There seem to be more people setting on and off at Leth- bridge that at any station along the line. We sometimes have only half a dozen people for Spokane." At this rate it will soon have to be call- ed the Lethbridge Flyer. a week on Tuesdays and Fridays. 'of Winnipeg, died at Toronto. HEATING STOVE SALE i! I i Begers-Cunninijliani Lumber Company, limited i i T ti ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phone 523 Eatt Yard, Phone 423 Office, 323 Nurse's Register Wo have prepared a regis- ter for the supply of nurses, and invite the names of any nurses in tbe city whose ruxmo doos not already appear on our slate. Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 IHIII I t t It III I Ui iversal and Enterprise Food Choppers Chop Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bread, Nuts, etc. No. 1 Universal of P. Hall, 406 Round Street. Sub- ject "Mind." Golden Text, Ye shall know that the Lord hath sent me to j do all these works: for I have not all this of mine own mind. Num- bers Public worship and preaching at 11 a.m., subject "Salt without savour." Bible school and adult class at 3 p.m. Preaching at 7.30 p.m. preceded by congregational song service. Subject "The open "bar on trial before Matt. Rev. A, J. Prosser, pastor. No. reduced No. reduced No. reduced HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P.O. BOX27 We are clearing out the last few heaters at reduced prices to make room for our Spring stock. No. reduced H-'lb. cap. 5 Enterprise H 10 22 3 4 If yon live out of town, write us JUST ARRIVED NEW WAISTS AND NEW KIMONAS, CREPE CLOTH KIMONAS The newest idea in kimonas. We have them in pink, blue and cream ground with fancy figures. Tbe short length sells The long length LAWN AND LINEN WAISTS Embroidery Trimmed Lawn Waists in the newest, styles. Onr prices .ire reasonable when you consider the j INEN WAISTS in tailored styles. New self stripe effect. A waist that gives good wear ami Is easy to laundry. To sell for 52.25 We expect our new collars and belts in any day. Wait for them. The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. l 1 ;