Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
TfceBallatfHotel 9_ V iit'tfic Seit' A" Most Convenient Place to Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE 4t 3ft 3ft ijS 9JC Jy TEe Uthbridge Daily Herald The Castle HotjH Best Dining Room in aoAuhern NEW AND UP-TO-tATE To Contractor We have j list received four cars I containing wire and nails. Call and see us before buying. We guarantee the prices Hick-Sehl Hardware 1 I WHOLESALE RET AIL Redpath Street Plioue762 P. 0, Box 070 Agents for Sherwin-Williams Paints Before starting your Spring papering, let us show you the new 1SJ10 designs. We are sole for the famous "BIRGE" PAPERS guaranteed fast colors and come only in exclusive de- signs. Watch our window for some HALF "PRICE SNAPS. THE OFFICE STATIONERS IOBtra'5 lOOISTORi New Whltn.y Black Aftnti for UncUrwotd Type- Phone. 1265. For This Easter Season DO YOU KNOW mat Higinbotham's dispens- ing department is a big end of the business. We cater to this trade; it is not a side line but a spe- cialty. DRUGS AND PRESCRIP- TIONS receive our constant attention. Everything in this department must bear the -mark of purity and highest standard. We are constantly refusing goods that .do not come up .to our high standard of excellence. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door Marmalade Oranges, 80c p.er doz. Lemons, 35c per doz. Apples, very choice fruit, per case, 4 Ibs. for 25c. Sunklst Oranges, 40c per Grape Fruit, 3 for 25c. See Our Ad. on Page 6 THE GOOD CO. f High Class Grocers Phone 525 Prompt Delivery The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS, Don't forget to check your cloaks at Majestic, ouly lOc. 55-0 The Caledonian Society will hold a social and dance in the Cale- donian 'Hall on Thursday evening. Piche and Mi ran have just received two carloads of stall fed steers for the local market. 74-2 The .Choral Club concert tonight will begin promptly at 8.30 and no one will be admitted while differ- ent numbers are being given. Did you hear Sam Rowley last at the Eureka? The -little man with the bis voice. The March Ladies Home Journal at Robertson's Bookstore, only 15 cents j Edmonton, cloudy sf Big Dissolution Sale at w. j. NELSON co. Formerly Nelson Gow I 1 WHILE THE DEMAND FOR ROSEWOOD would be just as much out of place as a kitchen flooring as rough hemlock would be as a case for a piano. The Right Lumber for the use required is what we advise" when requested and supply when ordered. neither urge you to buy more expensive lumber lhan is necessary nor to order a greater quantity than the job should require. I SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 1 I STEP LADDERS! has been enormous during the past few days, we have stii' of them Jeft. Mere are a few more HOUSE CLEANING requisites, which you will require to make your home look amclc and span. Curtain Stretchers Chamois Leathers Bannister Brushes Window Cleaners Carpet Sweepers House Brushes In fact, BROOMS and BRUSHES of all descriptions. Just call in and see our new Combined Toot Scraper and Boot Brush i It's a dandy. The McKeown Hardware Co., 1 I DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town (LIMITED.) THE WEATHER. each. 69-6 Just two more nights for the dia- Calgary, clear Regina, cloudy Itaond -ring. Get busy. How many the lucky number? j Lethbridge, clear The Ladies Caledonian Society arej holding a special meeting tonight in 'the'Caledonian Hall. All members 40 34 28 22 44 10 12 15 0 20 fair and moili-c and intending members are urged to attend. A big candy matinee Saturday at [the Eureka tor the children. Roch- Lon's assorted. j Tie final rehearsal tas been held and everything is in readiness for the concert tonight by the Choral Club. The programme will begin promptly at 8.30. If you come late you will have to wait until the number then given is completed. Manitoba ately cold. Saskatchewan, fair, stationary or a little higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT CITY AND DISTRICT Magistrate Macdougall had a clean docket at the city police court this i morning. j Architect F. B. Rolfson is prepar- Alberta, "mild. fair and comparatively COTTON IMPORTS DECREASE London, March returns show, that the value of cotton imported was over which was 000.000 less than for the -same month last year. Value of manufactured and partly manufactured cotton goods ex- ported during the month showed an increase of over T Be different and up to date. _ So send a bottle of per- fume. Our stock is the most elaborate snowing to be found here. -Great pains. were taken in selecting it from the best Eng- lish and American makes with the resul-t that many new and exclusive lines are shown only in our stock. Mterta Drug and Book to, Prescription Specialists ft, I. iiPLEY, Mjr. IT n v IT i. j I ing a set oi plans for a two-storey E. C. MeKeszie has opened up a ,bnslness block at Magratb for A. Mer- cer. The contract has been let to Smith Wilson for the erection of a new Immigration Building on the corner of Ford and Cutbill Street. law .office in the Southard Block. Mrs.' Wells, Bompas Street, will receive afternoon. Alderman Hatch is expected to re- turn to Lethbridge tomorrow from a trip to Victoria, B. C. Mrs. J. F. Rodgers will not receive tomorrow (Thursday) nor again this .season. Miss McDonald, formerly of Mac- leod, Freeman and Graham's office, j Bennett was held this afternoon at FUNERAL OF LATE GEORGE BENNETT j The funeral of the late George has taken a position as stenographer haif past two from Under- in-the C.P.R. offices. Mr. and Mrs. L. Fred Clarry came to town last Saturday. Mrs. Clarry and 'children will be here for some days while Mr. Clarry is winding up his Hastings business preparatory to j Button, P. Hutchinson. W. Morris, W. their going to Lethbridge, Millbrook, Ont., Reporter. king parlors to the public cemetery. Rev. W, Bryden .conducted Alexander Grieg wno was committed for trial fay G. J. Layton, J. P., at j Taber on the charge of obtaining mon- i ey under false pretences, appeared be- fore His Honor Judge Winter this morning; and elected to be tried speed- ily. His trial was set for March 11. short impressive funeral service. The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: D. J. Whitney, "W. O. Percival and G. J. King. CITY AND DISTRICT Miss Genge of Macleod is visiting her father in the hospital. Lewis Stockett, general manager of the C.P.R. mines at Hosmer, went south on the A. R. I.today. i An Indian woman found drunk on the streets last night was handed over to the tender mercies of the R. N.W.M.P. The insurance and real estate agents of the city who have not secured city licenses are being sent invitations tn visit His Worship at the reception room, in the southwest comer of the city hall tomorrow at ten o'clock. The real estate men of the city have decided to "contest the legality of the real estate agents license by- law. A meeting is to be held in W. R. Dobbin's office tomorrow after- noon to consider the matter. The Atlantic Pacific Land Syndi cate have a bunch of landseekers in the city today. Geo. L. Larson, President of the company, is with the party. The'New Alexandra Hotel is at- tracting the travelling public right from the day of opening. Every i room in thu house was occupied last a 1 night. Mr. Murray has spared no expense in providing for the comfort of his guests. Many complimentary remarks are heard re the service and equipment oft the hotel, particularly in regard to the private telephones Charles Norman, o? the staff of the land office, and Miss B. Beard, both of were mar- ried at 6.30 on -Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's father, 225 .McNab street. Edward C. Peck, of, the Palace Livery, city, and CVIi-ss -Rose R. Lange, of St. Paul, Minn., were married last night at eight o'clock at Wesley church by Rev. T. P. Perry. The bride was beautifully attired. 'Mr. and Mrs. Merton L. Peck attended his brother and his bride through the ceremony. A number ol guests were present a- the ceremony in the church which was beautifully -decorated with palms and other flowers. The party then proceeded to the residence of Merton L Peck, where a sumptuous wedding was served. LYCEUM VAUDEVILLE- EXTRAORDINARY Mapes and Mapes Singing Dancing Comedians Luna Roberts Comedienne Leslie and Adams Sketch Artists Ed Collins Artist Hallwood Illustrated Melod Artist Latest Movin Pictures Prices 10c-25c-3oc-p50c ft GET THE C. T. HABIT Mr. Bennett was one of the bathrooms and the large sample time residents of Lethbridge and his death is felt by a large number-of friends as a loss to the community. J. LET US FIGURE ON YOUR BILL This is the season when everybody begins to figure on making needed repairs about the place or putting up new buildings. We have anticipated the needs of users and have stocked up with the choicest assortment of select lumber and building materials ever offered in this section. Our prices are absolutely right, and no matter what you piece or a com- plete house or barn bill. LET US FIGURE ON YOUR BILL 31 JL JL tl LOOK FOR THE C. T. ELECTRIC SIGN, rooms. The patrons of the cafe are increasing: daily and arc receiving ex- cellent attention. omcsteader' an IIIWM ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phone 523 East Yard, Phone 423 General Otfice, Phone 323 40 PER CENT GUARANTEED FORMALDE- HYDE 35c in single Ibs. 30c Ib. in quantities Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 I Come and try a PANCAKE A demonstration will be giv- en at the Good Co.'s store on TUESDAY, lEHRfSDir, TflliiiSDJY and at the Hticlson's Bay Go's, store HiioiY me mm of the PURIFAN SELF- RAISING FLOUR Manufactured by the Brack- man Ker Milling Co., of Cal-. gary. All are invited to call around and try a pancake from a recipe of a Puritan Lady and with it some of the Famous Mapleine. A Complete Homesteader's Outfit for Consisting 01 Stove as cut, Pots and Pans, Tools, and a little of everything to complete your shack HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P.O. BOX 27 may have fine land and fine horses, but If you have a poor stove you will never be satisfied. uo aet away from any atove trouble buy a jCe and you will be able to cook your meals In comfort. TJhe jCe Sioy Is made for the homesteadcry and Is a cooker from the 5 ff C word oo. ew Co. you live out of town, write A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF General Dry Goods JUST PLACED IN STOCK CONSISTING DRESS GjOODS, per yard, from.........................................35c to DRESS MUSLINS, per yard, from 12 1-2c to 50c per yard .....................................................12 1-2c to 25c GINGHAMS, a special line of dress ginghams yard .......................15c PRINTS, per yard .......................................................lOc and 15c CURTAIN MUSLIN, from .............................................1-2 1-2c to 85c CURTAINS, per pair, from to BED SPREADS, each, to BLEACHED COTTON', from .......................................10c to 15c per yd. GREY COTTONS, from to 15c per yd. The BENTLEY CO., Ltd.