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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Sired, STORE--405, Fresh Cut Flowers and Plants for All Occasions P GEO. TAYLOR1 Floriit 0, Bvtlelt 675 Street, S61r P. O. Box 1353 READS UD SEWS AT IN PARTNER H Fi'oe Delivery to all parts i of the city W Taken Over Hie De- Very Fine Fcrnie, Feb. Henderson, ot Victoria, Dominion Government building inspector, was in thc city today and has accepted the new Do- minion Post Office and Customs Build- ing from the contractor, and has in- structed Post Master Johnson to I move his cilice into the new quarters on Saturday. As soon as the new fixtures have GEO. BEATON EXPERT PICTURE FRAMER All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Cement House Glyn St., Lethbridge Orders Promptly Executed ot ihe flncst post officcs West. thc Winrtcd, mindftill bright eyedght unimpaired, Mrs. Emehne Kellogg recently celebrated her ninety- eighth birthday. Aside from being a little deaf, Mrs. Kellogg it well as she was half a century ago. Mont of her time is spent in reading and sewing. Old age should be a happy, healthy age. We all could grow old gracefully and probably live to be a hundred, did we jealously guard our most valuable youth and middle age. At the first sign of Constipation, Biliousness, Kidney, Stomach or Skin Trouble, "Frujt-a- tives" should be taken. "Fruit-a-ti or fruit juice tablets, not only cure the specific trouble, but also so> strengthen and invigorate the entire system that there is a marked improvement ia thc general health. A little care and taken regularly, are all that ii needed to bring most of us to a ripe old age. 5OC. a for trial box, At dealers or from Ottawa. New Firm Will Build A Block and A Warehouse LOTTIE McCULLOCH, UP FOR-TRIAL Souris, Man., Feb. Mc- jCulioch, the girl-who shot probably Fred Carroll 'at His home near here last week will come up-for a hearing tomorrow. A LOCAL BUDGET .Wm. Harvey of Winnipeg, Western manager in the Excelsior Life Insur- ance Company, was in the city last night. James Thompson, former baggage- man at the C.P.R, depot has pur- It is expected the case will be ad-j chased a pony and light wagon and is Mourned for a week, pending develop-1 starting-in the baggage transfer bus- mntifo tr, r'oi-rnll'o omiifififin inptu: xviih office ilt Nd'Ison Gow'S. t merits in Carroll's condition. X P. 0. Box 261 Phone 1214 The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. Royal Typewriters Filing Devices Safes, and OFFICE SPECIALTIES J ______1 M 111.! OF CANADA ESTABLISHED IMC Oct Over S42.000.000. Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office next Arcade Phoiie 1163 We have already over 40 Branches in Ontario and about 120 in the West. If we have not yet established a Branch within easy reach of you, you can carry on all your banking business by mail, conveniently and safely, with our nearest Branch. Call or write and the Manager will gladly explain the system to you. Open a Savings Account with a Deposit of or more. Interest is paid at'highest_ current rate and money may be withdrawn at any .time. 'Main Round Redpath Sts I J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirmiu H. Roach. Acting iviaciagftr. I Grassy W. Baillie, Manager. 1 I Riog Up 701 v when you want 1 DRAYING done promptly and Satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE ?fj. 0) 1 An important cnange is neing made in the Hick Hardware firm this week wnen Mr. Hick Is' taking a partner into the business. E." J. Sehl, for the past two years .the Western repre- sentative of the Ashdown Hardware Co., of Winnipeg. The new firm will be known as the Hlck-Sehl Hard- ware Company. The growth-or me business of the Hick Hardware Company has been such during the past year that Mr. Hick has been compelled to make this change, making it possible for him to devote the required time to the plumbing and tin-smithing end of the business entirely. The hardware busi- ness will be under the charge of Mr. Serl. it Is the Intention, of the new firm to make some extensions Immediately in the store to allow of a much larger stock for which preparations have al- ready been commenced. With this additional stock and facilities in handl Ing It the new company will be one ot the leading hardware stores In the West. It" is their intention, however, to lay the foundation for a still larger trade. A site for a new store has been bought next to the Sherlock block and they 'Will erect a new mod- ern store building next year. They have also purchased the lots on the spur track Where a warehouse will be put up as soon as the weather per- mits, where the stock may be more conveniently stored. i.Mr. Selil comes to Lerhbridge very highly recommended. He has spent the past fifteen years in the hard- ware business and his experience In the commercial world has given him a reputation as one of the ablest busi- ness men of the West. The new firm have the confidence and good wishes I success that is due such an enterpris- ing "lirm. The new partnership will start from March the first. Place Your Orders for I t Safety Deposit Boxes THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Are now occupying their new offices Safety Deposit Boxes for "Rent C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager ARTHUR FRASER WALTER DEAD At one time chief proprietor of the London Times London, Eng.f .Fftb. Fraser Walter, at one time chief pro prietor of the London Times and more ecencly chairman: of the board of directors of the company which purchased the paper is- dead at his home. Bearwood, he had been HI for ome days with influenza. .....WITH JAS. Satisfaction Guariinteecl PHONE 289 PONY EXPRESS Furniture, Trunks, etc., taken to any part of the city. J. HGGINS PHU 652 Just receive d a Carload of Maple, Oak and Beeck FLOORING LABOR IS VERY SCARCE IN MANITOBA Winnipeg, Feb. is such demand for help from all parts of the province that the provincial gov- ernment immigration offices and em- ployment bureau reached the to-assist in securing men'.. The provincial immigration super intendent has just returned from a trip to the east, where he has been to ascertain the condition of tilings as far as labor is concerned. The sup- erintendent states that he found the condition in Ontario and Quebec just as serious as they were in Manitoba. I Trie best is good enough. See it? UP-TO-DATE MINE AT BELLEVUE The Bellevue mine has been made one of the most up to date coal mines in the Crow's Nest Pass. Their new steel tipple is now complete. A trip was made last Monday with very satisfactory results and in the course of a few days the tipple will be in con- stant use. Mr. Leo, the superintendent of "the improved box car loader, informed our representative that the loader was strictly up to date and could load 3000 tons of coal in an eight hours' shift. The electric fans are now working In the mine. This speaks well for the brilliant future of all the mines in the Miner. A. H. DIESETH, Local Mgr. i -'Baroness Road Pliohe 302 o> ON AN IMPORTANT MISSION N-Q. J. Amundson iias accepted a com- mission from the C. P. R. to go to nis native country, Norway, and present the 'attractiveness of the great irrigat- ed belt in the Row valley as a field for settlement. The Norwegians mate an excellent class of settlers for the ftfnu and it was thought that the ad- vantages now 'oeing offered farmers in England could well be extended to Norway and othc-r European coun- tries. The company are to be congrat- ulated on their choice of a man for if one man more than another can present the attractiveness of Alberta to his former countrymen, Mr. Amund son is the man. He will open an office in Christiania and get In touch a once with desirable holm Heview. Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties P.O. Box 304 Fernie, B.C. M Two Weeks Commencing New Play Every Night Burt imsen and Dramatic Co. opening in BURT IMSEN The Parisi arisian Prm (La Belle, Marie) md Pleasing Speci Prices: 25c, 50c, S75c Seats Seats on Sale at the Red Cross Drug Store cess Some of trie Repertoire iil- LJ_ -i a idiicj. Battle of Life Under Two Flags, The Red Dagger Solomon Isaacs Jane Eyre Cowboy's Romance The Black Sheep IRENE IMSEN HOOT MOM The Scottish Highlanders LYCEUM WILI, GO THROUGH NIAGARA RAPIDS Niagara Falls, Ont., Feb. a motor boat Tilled with 150 watertight compartments so that it can be punc- tured 125 times and still keep afloat, W. E. Rose and C. I. Watford of De- troit will attempt to navigate the perilous rapids of thc Niagara next June. They propose to navigate the rapids in a boat that has! hern constructed so that it can nci- ther sink or he forced to the bottom. only danger is from capsizing. Don't Miss The Scotch Comedians A NIGHT OF Music Song and Comedy 2 NIGHTS, FRIDAY and SATURDAY February 25th and 26th PRICES 25c, 50c and 75c Seats on Sale at the Arcade ;