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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta J CaaUe J Dining Room I PI Southern Alberta t NEW AND UP-TO-DATE lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald TH; TO STAY Who., m IS THE DALLAS HOTEL A The Store of Quality WATCH THIS Hick Hardware Redpath Street Phone 702 P- 0. Box POPULAR MUSIC RECEDED DAILY Ask and see the latest! Ask for a catalog of our lOc Edition, all the standard and popular music. MUSIC THE OFFICE STATIONERS wTsers BOOM See Our Ad. We Have Some More of Those Extra Choice Northern Spie Apples All No. 1 a Box They are the finest apples we have ever handled. Your money back If dissatisfied. THE GOOD CO. dace fit Phone 525 Prompt Delivery Everything in New Spring Shoes and Oxfords Arriving Daily See our windows 1'or the latest greens, browns greys, gilt and gold NELSON GOW The Foot Toggery 1 1 Geo. Kcrr Co. Fruit, tnd Crockery Phone 1453 Naw Block Underwood Phone 1265. Mellow Balm is the surest remedy for Chapped Hands, Tace and Lips. It is an excellent After Shave. It is a soothing preparation for Burning or Itching of the Skin. The ingredients are mid harmless. Price 25 cents per bottle at J, 0, HipbotiiamSCo.l'til BUSINESS LOCALS Don't torget to check your cloaks at thp Majestic, only lOc. 55-C change of picture? tonight a. the Eureka. Don't miss it. Store at die Majestic .theatre to c-in. headed. Majestic theatre. A very elaborate musical pt-ogi us been arranged for the Sundav concent a-t the Majestic. Ch-as. G. Brower has a labor saving device in his shop in the shape of an elooiic sewing machine. Bring your nmuoers and coupoD-r, tonight. You may have the lucky one for the diamond ring. Donlt tu-ls is the night of the g drawing for tlie diamond ring at the Eureka. You must be in the 'house with your numbers. All Scots should turn out tonight to sreet the Musical Highlanders ft the Lyceum. Tomorrow night, The he presented at the Majestic. The Parisian Princess (La Ue'le Marie) by the Burt Imsen Co. at the Majestic next Monday night. Big basement 50x60, Majestic the- atre 'to rent for business purposes; suitable for warehouse, workshop, prim shop; heated and lighted. I 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 WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, fair, Lethbridge, clear Regina, cloudy Winnipeg, snowing and Saskatche- wan, some light snow ialls and not quite so cold. Alberta, generally fair and cold. -14 -M -8 -19 -12 CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. W. V. McMillen and little daughter Hilda "have arrived in the city to join her husband, Rev. W. V. McMillen. Thev are living at 267 Don't miss the big prize and windy 1 Bruilton St. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. Mrs. G. McQueen, of Brunton St., who with'her daughters, Misses Ver- I matinee at the Majestic tomorrow {cernoon at 2.30. The Witching Hour at the .viiiestiej lie and Dorothy, has been away on a tonight. two months' visit to Deloraine, Man., The Seven Musical at j re turned to the city this morning. the Lyceum tonight; a rare (treat in! In yesterday's Herald the Chief of DIRBCT _ 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. Thc 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 Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily." (LIMITED.) (Scotch music, song and vaudeville. CIH AND DISTRICT Police advertised some impounded j The first shipment of the horses. This morning early the own- lion engines built by the Gas Trar- i ers came and gladly paid the pound j'tion Co. o? Winnipeg for H. E. Mie- fees and sot their lost horses. TIME OF SICKNESS Three things are necessary- 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 (IbertaOriioandSookCo, Prescription Specialists 1. 8. RiPlEf, IETHBW bach, arrived in the city yesterday. T_ L Clarke, florist, is carrying on Daily demonstrations of this engine j DUSiness as usual during the period in Dr. A. P. Rooney, oi Harlem. be given further particulars of ot Mrs. H. E. Miebach, is which be made later. in the city for a few days' visit. Easton and Eekstorm will open Mrs. Sykes left on this, morning's'their new warehouses at the which the family are in quarantine. after visiting i grounds on Monday. They will 'no able to supply hay and grain in who'f- sale o retail quantities. They clso re- The greenhouse is in no way connect- ed with the residence. Entrance to the green house may also be made at the rear. K. W. Ritchie has been appointed j provincial inspector of the Manufac- fc train for Cardston friends in tie city. Mrs. D. A. McKerricher ceive for the first time tomorrow! are selling the Barrie carriages andj at her home, 635 West-j wagons. The public are invited late Qt- the cjty miaster Read. [visit the show rooms. !'take Mr.' Ritchie's place On Wednesday night a very enjoy-1 _ Ladies take Miss Doone manager for Lethbridge. There "is likely to he a big rush for turers' Life Insurance Co. and L. B. office will as district a very enjoy-1 sleigh party was given by Ed- a mund Peck in honor of the 3-4-5 Saturday, grades. Thc invited were Mildred iever -vou wish to know- and Marie Crawford, Flcorence Fisk. notive; Miss Doone i maitinee for the wo-1 Ask Miss Doone what-i scats at the Red Cross Drug Store r tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock as Minerva Gladys and Ro- Free candy to all the children at! lhcrc 5s an advance Of several toe Eureka on Saturday at three tickcts for thc Y.M.C. cx- CITY AND DISTRICT W. B. Postill left yesterday for To- ronto where he will visit his parents for a month. During the absence of Dr. Lovering Dr. Cragg will look after his prac- tice. Rev. A. A. Lyttle left this after- noon for Lineham where he preaches missionary anniversary sermons on Sunday. A meeting of the provisional com- mittee appointed to arrange for the Y. M. 0. A. campaign is called for Monday evening. The place of meet- ins will be announced tomorrow. In another column will be found a stat-e- anetit of reasons why the campaign j date has been changed. Members of the Board, those who want to be and those who ought to be are all welcome at the Board of Trade smoker in the Caledonian Hall tonight. A 'good time will be pro- vided. The plan of thc Majestic Theatre 'for the Y.M.C. exhibition oil March 2nd will be placed in the Red Cross Drug Store tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 10 o'clock when ticket holders can reserve their scats by exchanging their tickets for a rogular theatre ticket. The visitors who have been frequent ing the Y.M.C. gymnasium during the past week are putting it around that the exhibition to he given on March 2nd will be a great surprise to the citizens o! Lethbridge. The preliminary hearing ,of Wren on the charge of horse stealing was heard before Inspector West today Wren fled to the States and when lo- cated fought against extradition pro- Our Leading Theatres I BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., LTD. F. W. BROWN, MGR. 0 if: Edmund Lucien Bissctt, Frank McNabb. j berta Ross, Fisk Arthur Morm. The big bay team driven by Billy Johnson was feclras [equal to thc occasion. Peck, Arthur j Special nminee for ,the women Qn March 2. Mrs. A.'T. Robinson (Fellow of thc Royal .Scottish Geographical So- Church were offered jcicty) will address a mass meeting cash for their two i in Wesley Church on Sunday, 27th. Street on which at thc close of the church ser- but they decided i vices. Subject "National Right- eousncss." 61-2 ceedings but he was brought hack bv Sergt. nevertheless Egan. J. T T 7. V T JL T 1 T T T i i and Don't Get Stuck There's a difference in the quality of in prices, unless yov look around s bit before plac- ing your bill for that, new- well, whatever it is you are going to are api to get stuck. What's the use of taking chances, anyway? We'll be- only too gla'd to make an estimate on whatever yon want in lumber or any kind of building material, and if we can't prove that it's to your advantage to buy from us, then you can go else- where. But 'ret our figures anyway. legers- Uiber Company, limited ACAD1A BLOCK North YanVPhone 523 East Yard, Phone 423 General Phone 323 Thc Baptist offered j Arrangements have been made with ilots on Rctlpath j the managers of the Conservatory of j tnc'ir church stands Music whereby Church of England ser scl1- ,vices in connection with St. Cyprians Parish, will he "hold in this hall on i 'Aslimead St.. opposite thc Barracks, j It is fully exported that this manage- j ,mfnt will he only very temporary; and that in a very short space of f time building operations may he hc- gun on a permanent building on; i Charles St. The services for the jnext Sunday will he at 11 o'clock and 7.30. All are askc.1 to bring their hymns ami prayer books along. 61-2 Spread 8.30 P. M. SHARP 'The Witching Hour' TOMORROW AFTERNOON BIG PRIZE AND CANDY MATINEE "Niobe" SATURDAY NIGHT "The Middleman" Burt Imsen Co. In "The Parisian Princ cess" Lyceum 8 P. M. SHARP The Musical High- landers ALSO Little Olga Zilla Coleman Assisted by James B. Gar field 3 Hour Program Seats at the Arcade 10c; adults 25c VAUDEVILLE CHANGE NEW ACT- TONIGHT t I universal3' does the and Jfneading of the dough in (jhrec Dr. J. E. Lovering and Miss Bessi Cronklute were married this mornin at 11.30 by Rov. T. P. Perry at Ih home of the bride's father G. I-T Cronkhite. Pearl siste of the bride acted as bridesmaid an IT- S. Lovcrinp of Regina supported the groom. Onlv the immediate relatives of the contractine parties were present. The. bride wore bride's roses in her train and was dressed most becomingly in a Princess Bnissells net over cream silk. The happy couple left on a honey- moon trip for Calgary and Edmonton on this afternoon's local with the good wishes of their manv friends. HEATING STOVE SALE We are clearing out the last few heaters at reduced prices to mnke room for our Spring stock. 53.00 No. 1 reduced to No. reduced to No. reduced to No. reduced to 9H-00 HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P.O. BOX27 T T J, t i Hi 1 JL J. J, I I Nurse's Register We have prepared a regis- ter for the supply of nurses, and invite the names of any in the city whose name does not already appear or. our slate. Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 dough is not touched by the hands at all. Tjwenty to thirty minute2 of the work of hand kneading S? done in three minuter. kneading fa done tificatly, and the head is much better than when kneaded by hand. Sale by Co. 1 I It s Time For a Cnange You have worn that necktie ever since Christmas. Better get a new one. A natty line of new ties just received today. FOUR IN HAND TIES In fancy stripes, also plain and fancy designs. All new colors 1 i i i BOYS' TIES 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 Genuine 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 Pirn Tie. The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. ;