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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta , T*i* + + + + + + -1^ + MEE BUS TO ALL TRAINS J Il4it^ 4.41 i- WHEN IN LETHBRIOQE 41 + The Dallas Hotel J 4* Is the Beet and Most Conven- 4* + lent Place to Slay + + + + + + + + + + + + + Protect Your Floors From the Mud by procuring one of our Cocoa Door Mats at prices within the reach of everybody Special Xo. 1 . . . 75c CJll'll Special No. L* . . . $1.00 ciU'li Special No. :] . . . SI.25 on ell Special No. 4 . . . $1.50 eacl", Skeictoii No. '2 .. $1.25 ra' !i Skeleton No. ;] ..    $1.50 (jicii Skeleton No. 4 . . $2.00 (\'i>"h Fancy........ ...... $3.00 each Heavy Mat Avitli s craper . . $2.00 (:'ach Teas and Coffees To xb.o piviprr lilfiiil.'! to sun iliis rllniiiic and wjiicr, i-pfinii'ps o.\pi^rts lo do Itie lilefldlns. \V�> linvn .1 -:i:riiiliil raiim- of ii'iis :hiit hivf j;i\en hosi nf Si\;l sIm :ioii Our cnrrecB also are hpIpcipcI l)y iiu expen frf.-lilv roasird i icrp at 4(1 cents per ponnd, price, throp 'pas iU .".() cents ppr pound, pricp per 11). ..40c pounds for ............................ $1.00 CEYLON TEA-Tbi. p.. would spll at or TOc COFFEE-Our own speclnl blend. OwiuR to thP per ponnd In pa, ..ps. price per ,b......aOc ^^^^ J^^/i^^i/^ne^'."'^ .'^c INDIA AND CEYLON TEA-hPcka .liili.i brand. ,\Vel! worth the monev) iib.�olntpl.v ibP finest ,pr mvwn. pricp per ponnd COFFEE-Fancy braud. If you try this once, yon .......... r0c rtiii ivRiu more at per lb................ 50c \\p als(. e occurred in Saskalcliewaii, and at a few places it lias iieen cold .diiruig ilie night. Forecast -Manitoba-Mild loda.-': Thursday, 'lower leniperauire and light snowfalls.'  .�^.-iskaiclipwan and .Alberta-I.iglit ^ loi al snowinlls. bui partly fair with^ , lower teniperat nre. CITY AND DISTRICT \ Any kind you want FROM THE LARGEST TO THE SMALLEST HOT WATER BOTTLES From the smallest bottles suitable for toothache etc., to the big four quart size. Every one a perfect prodnction. The bes.t nihher made into approved sizes and shapes by skilled jrocesaea. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 I-�t us sell you your Stationery We cariT a flr�f-cla.�e line of writing paper of excellent quality, at a low price-=with a finish that make* corroapondence � real pleasure. NOTE PAPERS VISITING CARDS PAPETERIE8 AT HOME CARDS ENVELOPES INVITATION CARDS -Beautifully Boxed- WRITING TABLETS.>ln all sizes JACKSON & COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successors to JOHNSTON & JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. Lumber and Building Supplies of all kinds Good Stock Courteous Treatment Square Dealing Lowest Prices Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. The -Medicine Hat Board of Trade lias been given a i what you have heen asking- I'or 97'Pieces Dinner Sets jiiarked down to gbt ai the K'lr-' f'riA. .Anoih-r tiiy. coiiicd.v and laugh [dodnccr- "Moviiii.' ' I'roinpt ,11 lent Hui given iiiriiil at ( ipuuiviiii Rijilc 'I'r.ii ^'ci I i. photic .').Sti 7',!-.1 Saml. ti,-iVc| ,1,-irl cojI Mipplipd and cvprv di'scrip';0H of liraviiig and call age ilotip In Kipiev 'I'l aii.sfcr. pluuiP ,-.S(. 72-.=i I'oiiii .Ailjerta .N'o li.'id Independent Order of Foresters will hold their re-1 galai meeting loniorrow eveniii>r.' March ^, in OiklfelloWK Hall- .All mem : bers are reqnealed to attend and visiting bre'liriui arc especially invited. .Medicine Hat .Xewa; Rev. Mr. Pros-ser. formerly of .Medicine Hat. was in the ciiy today and states that It is his intenii(;n to return to the Hat to re-Hide. He has been le.slding in Leth-oridge since leaving here. Tbe Alberta (Jazetie contains ihe appointment of H. C. Newendorp, A.G, Virtue and Arthur M. Dowsley, of I.elhhridge, F. II. Fdwards of Warner. ,!. .VI. Taylor of Taber and 3. .M. Hromily of Barons as commissioners lor taking affidavits. 'I'he gtand concert that was post poned on Fob. Ifi will be held In the Westminster .Methodist church on I bursday ne.vt. March 9. .All those iiaving tickets please note. Be Kiire to lomc Tickets L'.'ic and .iOc. Some of tbe besi local talent engaged. UNITED STATES GAINED IN IMPORTS London. Mtu-pb 7.-The statement of the' Hoard of Trade shows increases oi J.'-l,;,l>.'.i)Ob in imports and $18,80t:,-ooo in e.\porl8. The principal gain in inipoiiB was J20,0ini,f)00 In cotton lioin the United Slates, in e.\ports, munufactured goods Increased $5,7.=>u,-(1(1(1, including cotton textiles vahu'd at Jr..000,(1011- Vlcar-Cieneral ,Mahoney of Hamilton has reiurned from Rome, where be was vested with Ihe title of doctor of o<�non law. ROLLING GREEN NEWS The Ladles' .Aid met at the home of -Mrs. .). Seager, when the full details of the social were discussed. The crowd was not large, liiil a Jovial splrli prevailed. After arising from a houu-lifiilly spread table, all declared Miss A'ora a good cook. Don't forget the apron and necktie social on March M. Last Thursday night the choir met at the home of J. W. Cillben, where jthoy resumed their weerkly practice, Mr. and -Mrs- Willner of Lone .Star visited at .Mrs. Finders. Mr. Wllner is assisting In trying to organize a local union of the C. F. A. .Miss IC.L. Cook reopened the echool after spending a month with her parents at Lethbridge and other Western I points. i F Fowler and family, who had mov led to Tiilipr for the winter, are again oil their farm-Cyrus Finders made another horse ^ deal This time he urild a very vain' abp leam. He taiist have had a tempi-' Ing offer, else he would not have aiillM bis good six horse outfit. fi 1, Ritchie spent a cotiplp of dayf in Taber this week. Mrs. K Finders and ,'Vlrs. B Popkes are confined to the, house with la, grippe. J. Green and family after spending Ihe winter in Taber are again in 1217 Macey Harrow and father were up, to Lethbridge on important business. -Uarlin .Anderson. v*ho has Ihe con j, tract for erecting a residence for Wm.l WiuUler, liRS H nearly completed. The Bentley CoV- Ltd. Dainty Spt ing Haists AJ.LrOVBR LACK waist8. SILK WAISTS. ALL OOLOHS. PLAID WAISTS. SHRPHRHD'S PUAil) WAISTS. FAN'OY STRlPfCD. Theae new waiate In ail the ia'iest New York stylos. Prioea raniflng' frnm- $3.50 t4i $10.00 New White Lawn WaLsts Lace and embroidery trimmed, nl.w Tucked Wa;sts- mU' to .$4.50 Ladien' Smis In all Hie most up-to-date staples and shades, and values that at-iract attention- m. m.'y0.i^20. $25 NeweNt Creations in \ovelt.v Neckwear Dutch Collars, Jabots. Turn-Overs. Tabs, the new Byron shape and many other attractive styles. OUR LUMBER SELECTOR alwavs has you in his minds eye when he is doing his chooslBf. H# knows the IMPORTANCE OF GOOD LUMBER. He knows, too. that if you received a lot of poor stuff from thai would be tbe last of our dealings together. So he niakee silre against any such result by selecting only the very best lumber ta* can get. Were hoping for an order from you about acw. Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta Dainty Lunches and Afternoon Teas at ROCHON'S CAFE WE EXCEL IN QUALITY Fresh fee Cream Daily Pure Confectionery Is served on the best tables in town Madam, will you let us prove to you its superior quality Just phone 1027 Hi GILMORE THE BAKEB Second Avenue A. North Heintz Pickles and Sauces Will tfttnpt yjnr appetite wlien aluioBt nothiriK else will We liav-e just received a lurKe shifjiuent of these {yotx'ls Let us Bend you a"Vjott.le of'--Preservcd Sweet Gherkins Sweet Mixed Piokles Ohili fciauoe Tomato OInitney //. A, McKILLOP CO. ?9*^^fixl^-p 9-'\995.gY:___phones ma & 416 ;