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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta g" -WpU-'U The Castle Hotel Dining in Southern UP-TO-DATE The Lethbridge Herald TH: TO STAY m IS THE DALxAS HOTEL i To Contractors And Builders I We have just received two car loads of Plumbing Goods consisting of I I 1 1 I I i Bathe, Basins, Sink, Soil Pipe and Fitting, etc. Call and get our prices for they are sure to please you. The Hick Hardware Co. I Rcdpath Street P.O. Box 670 I We Want You to See the Special Values in Boxed Notepaper Envelopes and Writing Tablets Now On Sale 'At THE OFFICE STATIONERS MSN'S 10QISTOIE .g N.w Whitnryr Block writer Phone 1265. LEAVE IT TO US Our customers find that our judgment in buying the best drags procurable is about right. That is why our dispensing department is always a busy spot. Our knowledge of drugs with our facilities for buying largely, makes ours a depend- -'ible store. Try us with your prescrip- tions. The Store of Quality KERB'S Provision Grocery Store Our provisions are the best quality in the market. Our prices are the lowest In the city. We have the best stock of Banned in the market. We have always In stock fresh supplies of Fruit Vegetables Fresh Arrivals of New Laid Eggs Ard Creamery Butter Every Day CHEESE AmttVALS Hi Roquefort, Stilton, Gorgonzola, Edam, Swlsi, Wlsconfin Cream, Mac- Laren't Imperial, Ingersoll Cream, Camembert, Limburger and Canadian. Alio FRESH LETTUCE, BANANAS, CELERY and GRAPE FRUIT. THE GOOD CO. High Class Groom Phtne 525 Prompt Delivery Fruit, .nd Crockery Phone 1453 IN TIME OF SICKNESS Three things are good doctor; a good nurse; and a good druggist You call your doctor and after a pains- taking examination of the pa- tient, he writes one or more prescriptions. Upon the way in which the prescriptions are filled de- pends the value of the medi- cine. Bring them to us and we will deliver to you the most potent medicine that can be prepared. Ilkrta Brig and Book Co. Prescription Specialist! I, I. HflEY, inilliKf J.OJigiifcotaSCo.ltii Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door I I I-I-I -H-M-M-H-I-M-H- 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 failis as possible 'during Febru- ary. Don't nctfect this. It will be much to your advantage in a money-saying way to get our catiraate; NOW. Our stock is complete and 'is of exceptionally good qual- ity. It is well -manufactured and thoroughly seasoned. Mgtn-Cmiiffcii ACAOIA BLOCK North Yard, 523 tMt Yard, 323 nmiiinm CTTY AND DISTRICT Aid. King returned yesterday from a .business trip to Edmonton. tables. Mayor G. K. Budd ot Raymond is visitor to the city today. John Legoscki and John Gurne No. 3 -were fined two dollars an costs each at the barracks today. V. H. Campbell, resident enginee of the C. P. R.. has returned froir Toronto. N. B. Peat took s. trip to New Day- j ton on this morning's International Limited. Dr. J. C. Hargrave, veterinary in- spector of Medicine Hat is In the city today, Mrs. iDr.) Walker of Dauphin, Ulan. arrived on yesterday's local to spend a few weeks '-with her sister, Mrs. L. P. Smith, 1223 Courtland street. Mike Kovasi, John Aramchuk and Basil Dorlchuh were charged with common assault on Mike Rubchan be- fore Inspector West and were fined and costs. Mr. Piche of Lethbridge was in town last week making preliminary arrangements for building a business block 75x75 next to Hfll'-s hardware i store.-Taber Free Press. Road and McBeth streets. The Western Transfer yesterday moved the three ton safe from the old Bank of Commerce building. It "1 be shipped to Warner and used the Bank of Commerce there. BUSINESS LOCALS Don't torget to check your cloaks at the Majestic, only lOc. 55-0 Bailiff's sale of norses at Bonnell Furman's barn, two o'clock Wednes- day afternoon, 23rcL The Great Divide at the Majestic tonight. Little Olga arrived late last night at the Lyceum and was unable to put any of of her trapeze work on. She will -be seen. tonight in all her mar- velous work. Belle Stevenson as Ruth Jorden In the Great Divide tonight. Don't miss Thursday night at the 1 Majestic; Summers Stock Co. in "The ion and The Mouse." Coleman and Garfield at the Ly- eum tonight in "True Blue." Your last chance tonight to see the iews of the famous Jollet prison and s inmates. Bailiff's sale Thursday, 24th, ten 'clock a.m., Dakota. Pool Room, Ford treet: Smoker's supplies, silent sales- man, wall show case, boot black stand, ool tables, etc. Ask Wright the jeweler to show you hat diamond ring to be given away Friday night at the Eureka. Tomorrow night "Niobe" at the Majestic. Have your questions ready for -Miss Doone at the Eureka tonight. Get busy; just three more nights for chances on the diamond ring. One chance with every adult ticket at the Eureka. Bailiff's sale of horses at Bonnell Furman's barn at two o'clock Wed- nesday afternoon the 23rd. Bailiff's sale Thursday, 24fch, ten o'clock a.m., Dakota Pool Room, Ford street: SmokeTi supplies, silent sales- 0! YOU LUMBERMAN Think you're right smart, all dressed up, don't you? Certainly; it's always "RIGHT SMART" DRESSED LUMBER that can be had at this lumberyard. Our stock meets requirements of farmers and builders. LUMBER DRESSED AND UNDRESSED. GET OUR PRICES. Everything in Spring Shoes ami Oxfords Arriving Daily See our windows for the latest greens, browns greys, gilt and gold NELSON GOW The Foot Toggery DIRECT _' From the large shipment of saws CARPENTERS NOW is your OPPORTUNITY to. secure one of these EXCELLENT BARGAINS. You may not need a saw today or even, tomorrow, but it will pay you to keep it. Bargains'like these are not going every day in Saws of these Grades. The makers are all old standard saw LISTEN! Henry Disston Sons, field Saw Works, H. Smith Co., Ltd., St. State Saw Saw Works. The McKeown Hardware C DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. (LHWITED.) "We ship out of town iHt wEA'fHtK. Edmonton, clear 4 -28 Calgary, clear 12 -32 Lethbridge, clear 12 -28 Reglna, clear 11 -30 Winnipeg, cloudy 14 -28 Bulletin Prom Central Office west, fine and very cold todav and on Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT U. Stubbs, vice-president of the U. M. W, of A., district No IS, Bellevue; A. J. Carter, secretary of Fernie, with W. B. Dowsle, Fernie; Nat Howelee, Michel; R. Noble, Fernie, and John 0. Jones, Hillcrest, are in the city to- day to attend the convention t U. M. W. of A. here tomorrow. A movement is on foot for the or- ganization of a ttroop or squadron of man, case, bootblack stand, CITY AND DISTRICT The members of North Star Lodge No. 4, A. F. A. M. will pay a fra- ternal visit- to Macleod They leave on the local tomorrow. Vis- militia at Taber in. .connection the 2lst Alberta Hussars with head- Quarters at Medicine Hat A canvase is being taken of those willing to' join and it enough are procured the or ganization will take place at once: The houses in the "red light" dis- trict were placed under quarantine CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. F. H. Mewtourn will receive to- morrow, Wednesday, -and not again till June, A. McGillivray of Winnipeg has oined the staff at the Canadian Real Estate Co.'s offices. R. H. Owen and 0. T. Lathrop of the 0. W. Kerr Co. came in on the flyerthis morning. J. G. Robertson left this afternoon or Calgary to buy from the large eastern travellers, goods. ior the trade for next Christmas. On Sunday some sneak thiei stole a coat and .two caps from the Cath- olic church. He got fifty cents in money, also. Fred Bedard was up before Magis- trate Macdougall for (breaking quaran- tine and was fined five dollars and. costs. A meeting of the Lethbridge Build- ers' Exchange for the purpose oE elect ing office bearers for the ensuing year will be held in the Caledonian Hall Vednesday, Feb. 23, at 8 p.m. All ontractors, buiWers and supply men re itors are cordially invited to come along. When the Standard Securities opem- ed their mail this morning they found a letter from Samara Bourse. Rus- sia, making enquiries in regard to Lethbridge land district. This is a pretty good indication that Leth- bridge is growing famous. Another letter was from a white resident of a city in China, also enquiring about Lethbridge. Russia and China are adjoining neighbors so the fame of Lcthbridge has reached "almost ar- This firm has also last night. A case of smallpox was discovered in one of the houses and on investigation of the health-officer it was decided-to dose the houses. The names of the men in the houses at the time were taken and are also quarantined to see if any symptoms develop. At the congregational 'meeting of St. Andrews Presbyterian church in North Ward held at the close of the Sunday evening service, It was unan imously agreed to adopt the envelope system for the regnlar revenue of the church. A thorough canvass of the congregation will take place withou purchase of a site for a church build ing on the corner of Westminste bills and three bills, between the Duff Addition anc m Nurse's Register We have prepared a regis- ter for ihe supply of nurses, and invite the names of any nurses in the city whose name does not already appear on our slate. had several enquiries from Mexico. office. City Hall. reward. Apply Heral 61-2 Our Leading Theatres I BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD. F. W. BROWN, MGR. Majestic 8.30 P. M. SHARP "The Great Divide" Miss Belle Stevenson Supported by the Summers Stock Co. Lyceum 8 P. M. SHARP Little Olga European Trapeze Artist and Contortionist Zilla Coleman Assisted by James B. Garfield In "TRUE BLUE." A very pretty though quiet wedding was solemnized on Wednesday even- ng at nine o'clock at the residence of B. Nelson, 1317 Centre street, Cal- gary, the contracting parties being Miss Mary Irvine and Harry Graham, only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom heing present. The Rev. John Clark tied the nuptial knot. Free Press. 'Miss Irvine was well known in this city-a few years ago, having worked as Monoline operator on the Southern Alberta News. BROWN ELL George Edward Ripley of Leth bridge and Miss Irene Gertrude Brow nell of Northport, Nova Scotia, were married at Wesley parsonage on Feb 21st by. Rev. T. P. Perry. The proposition to organize a Ro man Catholic separate school at Fort Saskatchewan was defeated today by