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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta J The Dallas Hotel It the 4 Mott Convenient 41 Place to Stiy WHEN IN LETHBRIRGE TEe Uthbridge Daily Herald The Castle Hotel If gjt Best Dining Room In Southern Alberta sis NEW AND UP-TO-DATE Important Announcement We are going to carry the largest stock 1 The Store of Quality of shelf and heavy hardware Alberta. Our intentions are to give possible prices; give prompt handle the best goods. in Southern the lowest service and In our tinning, heating and department we will give our patrons prompt and careful attetion. Hick-Sehl Hardware i I I I I I WHOLESALE RETAIL Redpath Street Phone 762 P. 0. Box 670 THIS WEEK IT'S PHOTO POSTCARD ALBUMS To See is to Want One An unusual variety to choose from iu cloth and leather bindings. THE OFFICE STATIONERS iHEiranrs IOOISTDK Niw Whitnty Black wfitw Phone 1265. 9 A CERTAINTY It is a certainty that if you allow us to fill your prescrip- tions they will be filled ex- actly according to the direc- tions of the physician. We also check them over, after the ingredients are ready to put up to make sure that we are correct You can always feel per- fectly at ease when we fill your prescription. Ulterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists linEY, Nar. Experienced Camera Users know that Eastman goods ar? the safe and sure line. -J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. are agents for Kodak goodti. We carry a big range of plates, films, cameras, ko- daks and accessories, and do not sell out of date supplies. J, D. HiginbottianSCo.Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door KEiut'8 PROVISIONS ARK THE BEST Fresh Arrivals- Butter Cheese Lard Flour Eggs Hams Bacon Swift's Specialties FRUIT IN SEASON Bananas Oranges Apples High Class Groceries in Great Variety. Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 A CAR OF B. C. POTATOES JUST 1 UNLOADED I Extra fine quality, price only per cwt. Fresh BANANAS, GRAPE FRUIT, LETTUCE, CELERY AND CAULIFLOWER, arriving almost every day. Delicatessen specialties received fresh daily. 2 I RUBBERS, CITY BOOTS, ETC, IN ALL SIZES KEEP YOUR FEET DRY Phone 525 GOOD CO. High Class Grocers W. J. NELSON CO. 1 I I Prompt Delivery BUSINESS LOCALS Don't forget to checK your cloaks at thp Majestic, only lOc. 55-0 Vaudeville changes tonight at the Eureka. Another scream. The March Ladies Home Journal at Robertson's Bookstore, only 15 cents each. 69-74 The North Lethbridge Realty Co. have installed a telephone, No. 536. should say I did. That show of Al'si is a dandy this week at the Eureka. The Black Hand at the Lyceum to- night. Don't forget to KO and see that beautiful diamon-d ring to be given away at the Eureka. The big prize candy matinee will be held at the Lyceum next Sat- urday instead of thc Majestic. East Lynn at the Lyceum tomorrow night. New pictures between the acts at the Lyceum tonight. Benaro V. D. M. Pondit, India, is here on his way from Sydney to I Winnipeg. If in trouble or doubt about any of the affairs of life, see jhim, he can and will help you. Can joe interviewed for a few days jonly at the new Majestic Theatre. Room 1. 69-2 1 W. J. Nelson and Co., formerly j Nelson and Gow, are putting starting Satur- m to Nelson Gow) fa Repair Department in Connection S 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, aud we'll see that you get the right quantity of liim- i i SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy 56 IS Calgar- clear 50 20 Lethbridse, clear 52 37 Regina. clear 30 16 Winnipeb, clear 26 6 West, fair today, and on Friday, and comparatively mild. Cure i ststeeiaeBieiaeiaaR CHINOOKS are always welcome, and would he more so, if it were not for the MUD tliat follows in their train. You can OVERCOME the greater this unpleasantness if you will use some of our DOOR MATS in either wire or fibre. FOOT SCRAPERS, ETC., ETC. The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We out of town (LHKITED.) Quickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals the throat and lungs. 25 cenv dissolution sale day morning. money at once and are sacrificing their stock to get it. They have one of the most attractive sale signs ever PollCe seen in the citv. CITY AND DISTRICT Football meeting ol the- S. 0. E. members and supporters tonight at the Barracks at 8-o'clock. A.meeting of the Executive oi the Lethbridge Rifle Association will be held tomorrow (Friday) night at the Barracks. Mrs. Ernest A. Sharman returned on the Spokane Fiver this morning 'from her three months' pleasant visit to her relatives in the East. Geo. Grenier was up before City Magistrate Macdougall this mornin" on a charge of playing in a CITY AND DISTRICT CITY AND DISTRICT Robinson and Mord.Mi.have removed one door south of their'old stand on Westminster Road. They have added T. D. Phair has left for a couple of! a dry goods department to their bus- was fined fifteen This was his sec- months' holidav at Seattle. iness and are prepared to give the Hospital Aid-meeting at Mrs. Sou- People of North Lethbridge a com- thard's Saturday at 4 o'clock.. jplete slock to select from. Their gro gaming house and i dollars and costs. i ond offence. i Pres. R. R. Davidson of thc Y.M.C. wants all the boys who have tickets j and moncv for the scymnastic exhibi- i tion to turn them in to him any time today or at the club room to- night at seven o'clock. CITY AND DlSTRfCT' Beaton Hatch returned last night from, a ten' days' trip to Montana and says that the Lethbridge district is good enough for him. E. J. Cook returned this morning from Pincher Creek where he was a judge at the first poultry show held there. E. M. Thomasson, general secretary of the Y.M.C.A. for Western Canada, is in the city making, arrangements for the opening of the Y.M.C.A-: cam- paign, on March 13. The citv has a dog catcher busy at work today and there is a fine collec- tion of dogs at the dog pound. Own- ers had better come and claim their- dogs and pay for tags and pound fees besides. IE they are not claimed within forty-eight hours the dogs in the pound will he destroyed. W. LYCEUM Jack Jones of Hillcrest, 'board mem- ber of District IS, U. M. W. of A., and .Miss Maggie Morgan of Lethbridge, were married at nine o'clock last D. McKillop is visiting his son H. A. McKillop, of this city. Mrs. J. W. Bawden will not receive; cerv department has attracted a large j number of patrons who will note, with he dry goods There will be a meeting of the Y.M. W. P. Powell, president of Dis- on Friday and not again until an- _ nounced. j Mrs. Wm. Cousins and Miss I. M. Cousins of Medicine Hat are in the city. J. T. McKinnev has returned from ment has been added. Minneapolis where he hasibcen spend-1 Look Around and Don't Get Stuck There's a difference in the. quality of in prices, unless you look around a bit before plac- ing your bill for that well, whatever it is you are going to are ap: to get stuck. What's the use of takinp chances, anyway? We'll bf only too glad to make jov an estimate on whatever you want in lumber or any kind of building material, and if we can't prove that it's tr your advantage to buy from ns, then you can go el.sc- whorf. U'U get our figures anyway. T T T i ture inz the winter. L p T n t- XT r n.v TT- inealthy condition. L. J. Cook, oi the Lethbndge-Wey- burn Realty Company returned this morning frcra California, D. D. Kippen, who lives twenty- twenty-eight miles east of Milk River :5sjn the city. He has taken a lease from 1hf "overnment for his coal! imine on his farm. This is quite a convenience to the settlers in that [district. Architect James A. 'Macdonald of j this city is today opening up offices Jin the Dominion Block, Eighth Avc.. Calgary, with W. Laine. formerly of the Lethbridge office, in charge. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McLeliand left j this morning on a three months' trip jto Cciifornia, Texas, New Mexico. land other southern points. They are taking the trip for the benefit of Mr. 'Mr Leiland's health. Medicines that aid ways most successful. Chamberlain's n.emedy acts on this plan. It 'loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, j opens cne secretions and aids na- in .restoring the system to Sold by all drug-j -.A. provisional committee in the Al- exandra Cafe at one o'clock tomor- row General Secretary __________' j-Secretary Thomasson will be present. The weekly debating class will be nature are al- hdd -R the room of the donian Hall" on Friday, Jttarch 4th 8 p.m. Subject, The Pros and Cons of the "Canadian Navy." This will be a highly interesting subject. G. Graham, the convener extends a hearty welcome to all Caledonians and members of the societv. trict No. IS, was Dest man, while Miss .Macdonald of Blairmore atended tlie bride. Among the guests who sat down to the wedding supper at the Dallas hotel were A. C. Brody, A. J. Carter, Clem Stubbs, F. 'R-aynor, J. James, R. Evans and J. Burke, all members attending the .Miners' con- vention. TO-NIGHT "The Black Hand" New Specialties and Pictures r.ehvcen Acts 'East Lynne' BIG PKI'ZE CVNDY MATINEE SATURDAY 2.30 'Dmvn East' 'The Farmer's Daughter' ;LOOR dust spreads disease nd doubles ome endure its dangers and bothers while others banish both with that perfect floor finish: Ai the Baptist church last night at nine o'clock the -wedding took place of William Prouse and Man' Bell, fooch of 'Lethbridge. Rev. J. A. Prosser of- ficiated. Aifter K'he ceremony the happy couple were given a reception at the nome of Mr. and Mrs. William Curry, Redpath street, -where about j twenty-five guests were in attendance. Rogers-Cunningham T Inmber Company, limited t JACKSON Are in the drnp; and station- ary business and are after your trad-.'. In onr new nuar- tors in the Sherlork Rlork we lay drum to have the b yon. rh.it your confidence will no' he misptaoed. If the goods we sell you are not riphf. tell and we will make it n'slu or refnml yon your money. North Yard, Phone 523 East Yard, Phone 423 Gener.tl Orfice, Phone 323 tize Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 Ht HEATING STOVE SALE Fully nine out of every ten cases of. rheumatism is simply rheumatism c! the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any internal treatment All that is needed to afford relief is the free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. Give it a trial. You are certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords. Sold by all j druggists. 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. BOX27 It makes floors sanitary and handsome, with a cracklcss, 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 surface that will stand hardest usage. Good for porch and veranda floors, steps, etc., too. Get Floorglaze (in tins, from pint to gallon) from your dealer. Send tor free booklet. Imperial Var- nish Color Co., FOR THE MAN WHO CARES WE RECOMMEND THE HAWES BEST KNOWN'. The Spring styles are all here. Hawes styles ore always right, up to the mir.ute. A hat of quality mid wear at a price wiihin thc reach of all. Wo can suit, you if you will let ius iry. SOFT HATS and HARD HATS in all the new greon, black, brown and tan. otaffo Jlgn e w "If you live out of town, write us." I ENTLEY CO., Ltd. ;