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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Dallas Hotel It the Bett 4 Mott Convenient Place to Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald The Castle Hotel Beet Dining Room in Southern 'Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE Important Announcement We are going to carry the largest stock shelf andTheavv hardware in Southern T c The Store of Quality of shelf Alberta. Our intentions are to give possible prices; give prompt handle the best goods. the lowest service and 111 our tinning, heating and plumbing department we will give our patrons prompt and careful attetion. J Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL Redpath Street Phone 7G2 P. 0. Box 670 1 I OFFICE SUPPLIES Filing Systems Card Systems Blank Books Inks and Mucilage THE OFFICE STATIONERS NKffiM'S for writtr PhWMl265. ARE YOUR HENS LAYING WELL Ii not we wish to advise you lihat we carry In stock DR. HESS POULTRY PAN-A-CEA ihe great Medicinal Tonic. We sell che great tonic un- der a guarantee chat it wall make your hens lay more eggs. We also carry OYSTER SHELL GREEN BONE and LOUSE KILLER J. 0. Uiginbcttan fi Co. ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door KEKK'S PROVISIONS ARK THE BEST Fresh Arrivals Butter Cheese Lard Flour Egfls Hams Bacon Swift's Specialties FRUIT IN SEASON Bananas Oranges Apples High Class Groceries in Great Variety. Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, and Crockery Phent 1453 FINE ASSORTMENT J FE ARMAS'S STAK HAMS AND BACON JUST KECKIVED. PRICES ARE VERY LOW FOR THESE HIGH GRADE GOODS Fearuum's Star Hams, per Ib................................22c Fearman's Star Bacon, per Ib................................22c Fearmau's Peauieal Deacon, per RUBBERS, CITY BOOTS, ETC. IN ALL SIZES KEEP YOUR FEET DRY THE GOOD CO. High Class Crocws Phone 525 Prompt Delivery 3 BUSINESS LOCALS Don't torget to check your cloaks at thp Majestic, only lOc. 55-0 Pictures change tonight at the Eu reka. Don't miss them. Prices 25, 35, and 50 cents at the Lyceum. Entire change of pictures betweei the acts at the Lyceum tonight. See Sol Russell's great success ot "Down East" at the Lyceum to- night. All laugh producers tonight at the Eureka. Don't come if you can't laugh. Have you see that beautiful i diamond ring to he given away at [the Eureka March llth. Down East at the Lyceum tonight. A small sample of what can he pro- duced with a good Y.M.C.A. will be shown at the Majestic Theatre to- night. W. J. NELSON (ft CO. (Succesfors to Nelson Gow) i Repair Department in Connection 1 1 g If You Measure Right we guarantee The lumber you buy from us will be enough for the work you want done. There's no short measure in our lumber. Our Lumber Works up well too. There being no soft spots or large knots it cuts with the least possible waste. Bring in the measurements of the work you contemplate, and we'll see that you get the right quantity of lum- ber. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 CHINOOKS arc always welcome, and would be more so, if it were not for the MUD that follows in their-train. You can OA7ERCOME I the greater part of this unpleasantness if you will use some of our DOOR MATS in either wire or fibre. FOOT SCRAPERS, ETC., ETC. n I I The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. (LhMtTED.) "We ship out ot town daily.' 18 48 47 22 26 CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. R. J. Gordon, 1008 Courtland St., will receive on the first Thurs- day of each month. His Honor Judge Winter this morn- ing gave judgment in the case oi Ger.- geley vs. Weligti. As the defendant laid not appear judgment -was given i for the plaintiff for S25 and interests iand costs. Simmons and Shepherd j.ior plaintiff. j LeRov Coons, formerly ot the firm i of Hatch Coons, has opened a real [estate office at Rooms 1 and 2, Bry- an Block, and will handle farm lands city property. Mr. Coons is an old time resident of Lethbridge. He came here some years ago to act as field manager for Parker, Smith THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, fair clear Regina, foggy Winnipeg, clear Manitoba, fair today and on Thurs- day higher temperature. Saskatchewan and Alberta, fair, in the Southern portions sta- tionary and higher temperature in the northern portion. Warner when the A. R. Co.'s THE SCIENCE OF IT It's the ability to test and judge the quality of all drugs and medicines that we handle know the correct doses, to know in advance hov? dif- ferent drugs and chemicals act in combination and to be able to combine them pro- perly. These are the important things to know so that pre- scriptions may be properly fihed. We pride ourselves on this knowledge in prescription work. Ilkrta Drug anl RaokCo. Prescription Specialists i. win, warn The Majestic Theatre will be the' lands were placed on the market. Mr. I Coons knows the country thoroughly C5TY AND DISTRICT .Dr. and bride have return- ed from their honeymoon trip. Knox Church Ladies Aid will meet in the'Sunday School Thursday at 3 p.m. The C.P.R.. staff in the freight of- fice has to work overtime to keep up with the rush of work. There will-.be service in St. Augus- tin's Church this (Wednesday) even- ing at 7.30 with short address by the Rector. The young men should have a lull hov.se at their gymnastic exhibition, tonight, The show will be good and the cause the h'oys stand for deserves CITY AND D1STFUCT Sons oi England R. R. meeting to- night at 8 o'clock. Important busi- ness. The G-. I. A. to the B. of L. E. gave a most delightful "at home" to the members of Division 750 and their wives last evening. Cards, music, also dancing were indulged in till 11 o'clock after which the whole croud were invited over to the "Alexandra" to enjoy an elegant supper. All had a good time and went home feeling that the G. I. A. was a fine organiz- ation. a 7j- I Majestic iand has a big connection. j hearty support. I scene of the great gymnastic exhihi-j There was case this mom-i J. F. Reece from Mysa, Oregon, j tion by the Y. M. i Do not miss it. c boys tocight. beforc Citv police Magistrate passed -through Lethhridge with a McDougall. An agent had taken money car load of settlers effects bound for The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. for insurance from a foreigner who Carstairs. sold two lots on Redpath not understand the business clear-j. The Knight Sugar Co. of Raymond adjoining; the residence of E. H. At first it had the appearance just received two steam plowing for A. E. Ives, to Calgary par-' fraud but the Cities for These lots were pur- torily explained to the court and matter was satis ac-engines from the old country and also to !a beet puller to pull eight rows of chased by Mr. Ives on Dec. 3rd lastthe complainant so the charge was i sugar beets at a time, ifor S3fOOO. j withdrawn. However the Magistrate! Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Hotson J. FI. Sintaluta, Sask.. j commented should be care turned to the city arrived in the city on Monday to have a thorough understanding spending a holiday ing and has taken a position in thehvith Pities applying for insurance gent's furnishings department of the A. McDonald Co. departmental store. Mrs. D. AJ Taylor will receive for and especially where the applicant is and in any case before ac-j the firm Hotson and tractors. re- last night from xL-s. 1T1 UlC <1I1U will reside in Lethbridge in the fu- ture. Mr. Hotson is a member o Leader, con ceting money for premiums. i Look Around and 1 Don't Get Stuck There's a difference in the quality of lumber-ana in prices, unless you look around a 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 glad to make an estimate on whatever you 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 get our figures, anyway. the first time since her marriage n Thursday, March 3rd, at 1307 Dufferin St. ami afterwards on the first Thurs day of the month. The twenty-second annual meeting of the Alberta Gun Club will be held j Wednesday cvenine. March Oth, at o'clock, in the Staflord-Agnew j Co.'s store. Officers will be elected plans for the year discussed, j Come and bring a Gun friend. At a meeting of the local union of Painters in the labor hall a resolu- I tion was passed that twenty-five dol- ars be sent to the Industrial Workers of Spokane who are having a fight for j free speech and a free press as some laid in their strugle and as an assur- Y ancc the sympathy of the union. J. LOOK dust spreads disease and doubles some endure its dangers and bothers while others banish both with that perfect floor finish: K M. C. HELD AN INTERESTING DEBATE Audience Decided in Favor of Public Ownership The Knox Men's Club met in tiie basement of Knox churoh last night The meeting opened with the singing of some rousing songs. But the bbdef item on. the program was a debate on he subject, "Resolved that che public and operation of all .public utilinies would not be in the best im- prests of the Dominion oE Canada." R. F. McKi'trick and R. T. Can- poke for the affirmative and J. G. Moody and W. Frame for the negative. Many interesting and important argu menfcs were .brought out by the speak- ers of both sides. As previously ax- ranged the decision was left to the audience, and was igaven in favor of public ownership. Several of the au- dience took part in a 'brief discussion on rhe subject at the close of the de- bate proper. The Knox Men's Club decided assist the piano fund of 'the church and a-mount voted Tvas subscribed on the spot. A committee consisting of Dr. Lafferty, T. S. iMcKenzie and R. T. Carr and the president were appointed to arrange for a series of programs for future meetings. The meeting of the club closed wich the singing of "The King's their favorite song. TO-NIGHT Y.M.C. GYMNASTIC EXHIBITION 1 1 I i aze imkr tapiq, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phone 523 East Yard, Phone 423 Office, Phone 323 I 4- JOHNSTON JACKSON Are in the drug and station- cry business and are after your trade. In our new quar- ters in the Sherlock Block we lay claim to have the best equipped dnig store in Can- ada, We want yon to de- pend on us and we asure you that your confidence will be misplaced. If the goods we sell you are not right, tell us and we will make it right or refund you your money. Johnston Jackson Prescnption Druggists PHONE 1232 It makes floors sanitary aad handsome, with a cracttess, wear- proof coat of glossy enamel, in any of ten pretty colors. Apply it yourself, quickly, easily; it dries hard in one night A gal- lon covers 500 square feet with a waterproof surface that will stand hardest usage. Good for porch and veranda floors, steps, etc., too. Floorglaze (in tins, from pint to gallon) from your dealer. Send lor free booklet. Imperial Var- nish Color Co., Charlie Weegan, the popular man- ger of -the Balmoral Hotel, and Miss )lga Forslarid, were mairde-d last ight in St 'Patrick's church toy Rev. 'anher Rosenthal. The happy couple eft on nheir honeymoon trip to Cal- gary and thence to California. After the ceremony about twenty rier.ds sat down to a wedding supper n the dining room of the Balmoral, and enjoyed a very pleasant dance. HEATING STOVE SALE We are clearing out the last few heaters at reduced prices to make room for our Spring stock. No. reduced No. reduced No. reduced No. reduced HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P.O. BOX 27 WE RECOMMEND THE HAWES MADE, BEST KNOWN. The Spring styles are all here. Hawes styles are always right up to the minute. A hat of quality and wear at a price within the reach of all. We can suit you if you will let us try- SOFT HATS and HARD HATS in all the new groen, black, brown and tan. m.iniir.'-'-tnimn w new If you live out of town, write us." Co, The BENTLEY CO., ;