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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta He Ciftto Hotel J in teuttern NEW AND UP-Tt-OATE f TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald TM; TO ml ".KWIdgi IS THE DALLAS HOTEL To Contractors I And Builders I i i We liave just received two car loads of Plumbing Goods consisting; of i O O Baths, Basins, Sink, f Soil Pipe and rt Fitting, etc. 1 Call and get our prices for they arc sure to please you. The Kick Hardware Co. Redpath Street Phone 762 P.O. Box 070 I POPULAR NEW MUSIC RECEIVED DAILY Ask and see the latest! Ask for a catalog of our lOc Edition, all the standard and popular music. MUSIC THE OFFICE STATIONERS Mimm BOOISTQRE Ntw Whitn.y Block for Umierwoid Phone 1265. PRESTON'S POSITIVE CHILBLAIN CUKE A specific for this very trou- blesome complaint. It is a painless remedy, and is easily applied producing no unpleasant effects. This preparation has stood the test of years and is high- ly recommended. Price 25c a bottle. flipbotiiimfiCo.LU Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door The'Store of Quality We want you to know that we have just added to our McVITIE A PRICES HIGH CLASS BISCUITS Finest Biscuits in the World Rich Tea............ ,30cx Dyerham............... 35c Scot....... Albert .........SOc Gingerbread Fine Lunch..........___25c Milk .......25c King Edward .......___30c Garibaldi ...............25c Oaten..................Sao Peoples Mixed ........30c Cafe Xoir .......25c Rich Mixed.............25c Savoy..............., ..60c These biscuits are well known throughout the world and for quality they are un- surpassed. If you wane a really good Article, THIS IS IT Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 See Our Ad. On Page 5. THE GOOD High Class Grocers CO. Prompt Delivery Everything: in New Spring Shoes and (Words Arriving; Daily See our windows for the latest greens, browns greys, gilt and gold NELSON GOW BUSINESS LOCALS Don't torget to check your cloaks at the Majestic, only lOc. 55-0 Little Olga, the vender, at the Ly- ceum tonight. at the Majestic tonight. Just two more nights for chances on the diamond ring at the Eureka. You mast, be in rhe house Friday night --with your coupons. Big draw-' icg takes place after first perform- ance. Motion pictures of the Discoverer _..-..... .1 nf rhp Xnrrh rtc'TwrtUTS OQl the Roosevelt and the big reception.) tendered him at Sydney, Nova Scotia on his return, at the Eureka tonight. 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. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 The Foot Tojgery DIRECT I From the large shipment of saws CARPENTERS ffOAV 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. i field Saw AVorks, H. Smith Co., Ltd., St. State Saw Saw Works. 1 The McKeown Hardware Co., f (LhMITED.) I' i i DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.' THE WEATHER. and McGuire are offering' Edmonton, fair free suits. Read their ad in today's Calgary, cloudy paper. Lethbridge, cloudy Next Friday and Saturday the .Scot-j Regina, 'clear 10 12 -22 -26 -2-1 -34 -28 Highlanders at the Lyceum. AtWinniPcg, cleat rare treat, prices 50c and 75c. j West, fine today and Free! A boys' new spring Thursday, and gradually moder- Road McKelvie and McGuire's ad test. j The Lion and the Mouse tomorrow i CITY AND DISTRICT night at the Majestic. I Ac-count of the Nelson-Wolgast en- Entire change of at the' counter on Page Four. Lyceum tonight. W. F. Kemper ot Lancaster, Wis.. Coleman and Garfield at the Lyceum has located on a farm four miles west In "True Blue." ,'0f Barnwell. Bert Hin semi's big dramatic company opens in the Majestic next Monday There is a Presbytery meeting at Taber this afternoon. Rev. A. M. night in the Parisian Princess. [.Gordon of Knox Church and Rev. W. The Union Grocery store on Bryden of St. Andrew's Church Street will be occupied on March 1st by S. ami G. Tufi and Geo. A. Dclany as a first class grocery and meat market. Mr. Delaney is exper- ienced in the meat business, and was until recently with the Western Meat j Co. of Denver, Colo., and also --with aid is the architect. IN TIME OF SICKNESS Three things are good doctor; a good nurse; a'nd 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 .7 (J> iBartlctt St. prepared. 1 Piche Miron of this city. Messrs. S. and G. Tufi have been doing CITY AND DISTRia A. Lonnquist, vice-president ot the J ness in the Hill Block for the past Lonnquist-Sharp Co. leaves for Spo-iyear and beg to thank the .-public for j their patronage-during that time, and Shaw to be favored with a this afternoon for Taber. The contract has been let for addition to the Nurses' Home the to James McDermaid and Company, the "same firm that arc putting up the new hospital building.' J. A. McDon- CITY AND DISTRICT new.dray-tags are being issued by the Chief of Police. Any team- sters usiiig the old tags will be liable to suSer the consequences. Andrew Laidlaw, one of the heaviest iioidcrs in the Royal Collieries is in the city. Mr. Laidlaw leaves to- night for Montreal. Rev. A. W. R. Whiteman of Card- ston and Rev. J. J. Cameron of Ray- mond were in the city last night on their way to attend Presbytery meet- ing at Taber. Another meeting in connection with the formation here of a command of the Legion ot Frontiersmen will be held this evening in the office of T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block at 8 o'clock Anyone eligible for membership, who has not been present at any of the previous meetings, is invited to at- tend. fine on the Flyer tomorrow On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. McKillop St., gave birth to a baby girl. J. W. of Domin- ion Land Offices was in the city yes-! terdav. of same. The store will be known as I the Union Grocery and Meat Market- 'Phone 574. Dinna forget the whist 'drive and riance in the Caledonian Hall tomor- n "T u ij' !row- (Thursday) night. All Callics D. J. has sold the five Gentlemen 62-2 F. Spencer, engineer on the A. R. I. has received a message that his father is very ill and leaves tonight his old home in Stirling, Illinois. The and members oj Leth- Our Leading Theatres BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD.' F. W. BROWN, MGR. Majestic i lttU> 1LK.IIUA 1UVIIV teams of horses which he had for sale 75 ccnts Lad- f a few days ago. __________ Tenders are being asked for the er-! bills and three ?l cction of a house on Ernest Street i bills, between the Duff Audition and for J. L. Manwarinc 'Clt.y Halh reward. Apply Herald (office. C. Mitchell, of Portsmouth Ohio, is visiting A. C. Stewart, of CITY AND DISTRICT i A meeting of the Lethbridge BuiW- Lod No. 39, offidal vjsifc to Lodge Taber last night and conferred the second degree for them. They re- port having a very pleasant time. Professor Kerr will deliver his con- cluding lectures of the University ex- tension course tonight and tomorrow night in the Central School. The ject of the lecture this evening will be Literature and Arts in the Age of Louis XIV. Dr. A. A., Shepherd and R. H. Car- ney of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., were in the city yesterday and while here( they bought some business and resi- CHORAL SOCIETY CONCERT MARCH 9 The concert of the Choral Society win be given in the Majestic theatre on Wednesday, Marcfh 9 and will doubtless be 'the local musical event of the year. Aibout one hundred voices and a full orchestra will pre- sent the program. The hearsal iwill be held tonight in St. Augustin's hall. Tickets may secured from any member of the Choral Society, also from E. A. Cunningham, president; A. Tilley, the director: D. i A- B. Humphries, immigration ag- [cnt, purchased twenty bushels of I Alberta Rod Winter Wheat from Mr. Kerr, six miles east of Lethbridgc. This grain is to be used tho pur- pose of samples in the Canadian Go- _ vernmcnt agencies in the U. S. and i j Great Britain. ill tonight at 8 p.m. All contractors, j to pay Lethbridge another visit in builders and supply men are invited. June. ftread 8.30 P. M. SHARP "Niobc" Miss Belle Stevenson Supported by the S ummers S to ck -Co. "The Lion and the Mouse" "The Witching Hour" 8 P. M. SHARP Little European -Trapeze Artist and Contortionist Zilhi Colcimm Assisted by James B. Garfield In "TRUE BLUE." Victoria Powell Illustrated Melodies Entjre Change of New Pictures Tonight 10c; adults 25c 2 PERFORMANCES EVERY NIGHT ff Inker Cotpaay, Liiitel ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phone 523 Yard, Phane 423 323 Mimmmmm mi I I I Nurse's Register Wo have prepared a regis- tor for the supply of nurses, and invite the names of any nurses in the city whose name does nut already appear or, our slate. I Jolmstooi Jackson Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 Universal" does the Jffixing and JCneading of the dough In fjhree TItinutcj. dough not touched by the hands at all. 'Uwenty to thirty miniltea of the work hand kneading h done in three minuter. uhe kneading fa done tifically, and the biead is much better than when kneaded by Hospital Aid will begin March. 1st to collect: -Mrs. Smith all streets running north and south to hospital. Mrs. ami Bompas west. Airs. and Dufferin streets. Mrs. J. J. Miss Helen and Riverview. Mrs. Road. j Mrs. Geo. Mrs. R. j. avenue. Mrs. east Mrs. and Baroness Road. Mrs. Mrs. and Ashmcad. Collectors for Duff Additloa and the North Ward will be announced later. HEATING STOVE SALE We are clearing out the last few heaters at reduced prices to make room for our Spring stock. No. reduced to..................... No. reduced No. reduced No. reduced to........................' PHONE 575 P.O. BOX 27 It s ime For a Change You have worn, that necktie ever since Christmas. Better get a new one. A natty line of new ties just received today. FOUR IX HAND TIES In fancy stripes, aiso plain and fancy designs. All new colors 60c BOYS' TIES by A special line of ties suitable for boys" wear in plain colors, all silk; also a line of wash ties, new patterns NEW STRING TIES In brown, grey and cardinal, also a new idea in string ties. Come in and see them. PIM'S IRISH POPLINS Gciur.ne Irish Poplin Ties. Every Irishman knows all about Pirn's Ties. A great variety to choose from in plain or fancy. No end of wear in a Pim Tie. Stafford-rfffnew CoA The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. If you lire out of town, write j ;