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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TtoftallaftHfttol Utt 4 MMt Conwmbnt to tUy t WHEN !M LITHMIDGC I Lethbridge Daily Herald J The Castle Hotel J Best Dining Room in Southern Atbtrtj NEW AND UP-TO-DATE P, osco ower Try i Washing Machine It does till your "washing without cost and without any work on your part. Just attach it on your on the water and it washes the clothes. Price Other Wash Day Supplies 1m B I Tubs of fibre, wood or galvanized iron, each 90c to Ironing boards, sleeve boards, clothes lines, wringers, wash boilers, laundry hamp- Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL Redpath Street Phone 762 P. O. Box 070 1 ir H-; x NEW ML1 SIC ''Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet" "Carle, or Carrie.. Marry. Harry" j Music from Gay Musician and Prince of To-night Get a copy of the above mu- sic at once. THE OFFICE STATIONERS ROBERTSON'S BOOOTt New WhKruy Block Aftnti Undcrwotd writer Phone 1265. NO. 42 Is the number OL' the new pcrfiime. 'It Is a iriuiuph of the perfumers' art. It is a refreshing delicate odor, some- thin o- new. and a O pleasant surprise to the user. Invest in an oz. for 81.00. It is eas- ily worth the mwi- e. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. Night Bell on Front Door Kerr't ProvUiont Are The Best NEW ARRIVALS EVAP- ORATED Prunes, 10c per Ib. Peaches, 10 c per Ib. Apples, 2 for 25c. Apricots, 2 Ibs. for 35c. Pears, 15c per ib. FRESH A-1 No. 1 Spys, 4 Ibs. for 25c per box. Marmalade Oranges, 80c per dozen. Cranberries, 15c per Ib. Granges, 30c to COc per dozen Lemons, 35c per dozen. We have a full stock oi high class provisions alwaye in stock. The Alberta Great Waterways Railway Is the main topic at Edmonton, but THE MAIN TOPICS AT OUH STORE ARK CLEANUNBSS, QUALITY, PROMPT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES. A fresh lot of Delicatessen Specialties arrived today. Big Dissolution Sale at THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 Prompt Delivery The Store of Quality Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery ROSEWOOD be just us much out of place as a kitchen floorni 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 than is necessary nor to order a greater quantity than the job should require. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 W. J. NELSON CO Formerly Nelson Gow 1 l 1 I I BUSINESS LOCALS Don't lorger to checu your cloaks ai tin- Majestic, only lOc. 55-0 Get your tickets ui the Red Cross Drug Store for the production of Faust. and Mapes, Leslie and Ad- ams are star entertainers at the Lj- ceum. Cl M See Benaro unlimited man. 75-8 Gans-Nelson fight pictures at the Lyceum tonight. Benaro, Room 1, Majestic Block. The Mark Hambourg seats are go-.j ing fast. Secure yours now and, be one of the first Jive hundred. St. Patrick's Night, Knox Church. Bring your coupons tonight. Big Edmonton, clear diamond ring drawing at the Eureka.! Calgary, cloudy i If in trouble or doubt see Benaro. Lethbridge, fair Pictures change tonight at the Eu-j Medicine Hat, fair 1 reka. "The a feature Winnipeg, fair Judging from the extraordinary sales we have experienced the past few days, our spe- cial HOMESTEADERS' AND SETTLERS' STOVES AND SUPPLIES are giving universal satisfaction, and are a guarantee that the prices are right. carry everything in the HARDWARE LINE for the and solicit a call from him. EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME- STEAD OR THE LARGE FARM. Let us have a little chat with you and get acquainted. The McKeown Hardware Co., (LIMITED.) 1 I I DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.' .06 CITY AND DISTRICT Next Sunday evening St Andrew's 3S j congregation will meet at 7.00 in- 40 j stead of 7.30 and Rev. W. D. Reid, 34 ;superintendent of Presbyterian Mis- 26 LYCEUM reel. Rain has fallen in Eastern Manito- sions for Alberta will preach. McKelvie and McGuire are receiving; A beautiful diamond ring free for 'Da, but elsewhere in the prairie pro-; cammtmications from boys in differ- some one tonight at the Eureka. Who vinces the weather has been fair and piaces outside ot Alberta re the will it be? in all districts it has been quite cold, j contest they are conducting. It Go to r-yceun tonight sad hear; fair and mild j is that an Alberta boy will 4: -K -K -K I fc A DRUG STOCK THAT IS COMPLETE When one hase made up his mind as to what he wants what a world of satisfaction there is in getting precisely what is desired. Our carefully selected and well kept stock is complete. When, you want some par- ticular drug store article, you max be perfectly sure of one thing, viz., if it is In Leth bridge, it's at Uterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1.1. BfUI, lHIIHBf CITY AND DISTRICT j L. FT. JelliQ of Spring Coulee is in city. Among the visitors in the city to- Westminster day are D. H. Bingham of Magrath ;H and Wm. Paris oi Raymond. H> At the City Police Court John Ad- air go on suspended sentence o i on the charge of disorderly conduct. Miss Bella Hall, oi Brandon, is vis- i ed last a'ight from an extended trip Friday in the city on his way to the I to California. ranch. He has just returned from Mr. Morrow, the grocer in North California where he spent .the winter. Lethbridge, has sold out to M. Su- Hat News. some good music. Sec the Mark Hambourg announce- ment on Page 5. The Lethbridge-Wevburn Realty Co. secured the agency for the Famous Regal Automobiles and will have a carload of them within two weeks, when they will be pleased to show same to intending purchasers. The Devil in all his glory at the Majestic next Monday night. The boys and girls oi the city never: had a better chance to earn than j is offered in the Pioneer Lumber Co.'s ad. A chance for everybody. Get j into the game. The best vaudeville acts that ever j played the Dominion at the Lyceum next week- i Robinson and Morden are now locat; ed in their now store in C. W. Gray's i They j have a very complete and well i Delected stock of dry gooos, and boots arid shoes in addition to their grocery department. The people ot North Lethbridgc are fortunate in having such a store in that part of the city. today and on Saturday. CITY AND DiSTRiC" wear the new suit. Andrew Williamson, who for the past five years has been in business A. J. C tow-ley, assistant Madoc, Ont., has arrived in the tendfnt Metropolitan Company. city to open up a' men's outfitting a couple of days in Medicine Hat. On business in North Lethbridge in the his way back he open an office Htginbothani building, next to W. P. in Taber. !J. Alexander's drug store. This Miss Ola Cavanah of Nelson, 3. C. i spring he will build on the lots he re- lias taken a position with Conybeare jcently purchased immediately north of Church and McArthur as stenograptvr (his present location. Mr. Williamson She formerly a resident ot this is a prominent Royal Arch Mason ami city. previous to his departure from Madoc The Citizens Club will hold a dance; by his fellow Masons. He is accom- next Monday, March 14th in Harper's j made the recipient of a recAlia Conservatory of Music. All members panied by Robert Chambers, who was are invited to attend. j on his staff in Madoc. Mrs. William- The remains of Mrs. Tennant will: son will come out later. arrive today from Vancouver. Fun- oral notice will be made later. j Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Mrs. Duff, London not j Tablets invariably bring relief to wo- reccive today, as announced in yes- j suffering from chrome constipa- I! Mrs. F. McKennv1 was in Leth- i bridge last week, visiting Mrs. C. W. held at T. S. Fetterly's Hat News. taking Parlors awaiting inst jjSJ P. E. (Old Man) Simpson, of Cran- oi friends. He is understood j brook, until recently publisher of the friends in the district and any fa jCranbrook Herald, and also thefounri i mat ion in retrard to his friends 01 terday's Herald, and not again until announced. X'ewton Bros, arc overhauling their engines and plows and getting ready ;___ to start breaking. They had a good season last" year and are preparing for i a good early start. i C. J. Eckstorm returned last night from an extended trip to California, j g% He intended returning a week earlier 1 but was held up by -washouts in the south. j I The Lethbridge Women's Relief dety will meet on Monday, March 11-T Mth at the residence oi Mrs. G. W. j Ht I Robinson, 423 Burdett St. As the o district nurso recently engaged by the i tion, headache, biliousness, dizziness, i sallowness of the skin and dyspepsia. by all druggists. VAUDEVILLE EXTRAOKDIXAKY Mupes and Mapes Singing Dancing Comedians Lima Roberts Comedienne Leslie and Adams Sketch Artists Ed Collins Comedy Artist Halhvood Illustrated Melody Artist Hi Latest Moving Pictures Prices 10c-25c-35c-50c GET THE C. T. HABIT The remains of John Taylor, aged .about (52. who died yesterday are s Under- instructions to have society, Miss Robinson of Toronto is inior- expected to arrive in the city .on the orrel-j 15th, hoped that there will he a pjer of the Lethbridge Herald, is in 'atives would be thankfully received. !large attendance at the meeting. 76-2 today. Mr. Simpson has not j ________________J _ _. in Lethbridge for some time and astonished at the growth the city s made. T i 1111 i LET US FIGURE OX 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 -tip with tbe 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. LOOK FOR ELECTRIC SIGX J.! J. J f i i LET US FIGURE ON YOUR BILL lumber Compaq, limited ACADIA BLOCK Ndrin Yard, Phone 523 East 423 JL Gtenerji! Orflce, Phor.e 323 4 IMIIIIIIIII-M I I I I 40 PER CENT GUARANTEED FORMALDE- HYDE 35c in single Ibs. 30c in quantities i i Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 Come and try a PANCAKE A demonstration will be Riv- en at thi Hudson's IViiy Go's, store FIIB1Y tiE SATURDAY of the PURITAN SELF- RISING 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 Maplcine. A Complete Homestea Outfit for :r s 25.00 Consisting oi Stove as cut, Pots and Pans, Tools, and a little of everything to complete your shack HAYR BROTHERS PHONE 575 P. O. BOX 27 LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF may have fine land and fine horsej, but If you have a poor stove you will never be satisfied. Tjo get away from any atoue trouble buy a Jue and you will be able to cook your, meals in comfort. Tfhe tftoy is made for the homesteader, and is a cooker from the word f i you live out of town, write us." General Dry Goods JUST PLACED IN STOCK CONSISTING DRESS GiOODS, per yard, from ..................................-......35c to DRESS MUSLIN'S, per yard, from 12 1-2c to 50c LAWNS, per yard .....................................................12 1-2c to 25c GINGHAMS, a special line of dress ginghams at, per yard .......................I5c PRINTS, per yard...........................................'............10c and 15c MUSLIN, from.............................................1-2 1-2c to 85c CURTAINS, per pair, from ..............................................7Dc to SPREADS, each, from to BLEACHED COTTON, from.......................................10c to 15c per yd, GREY COTTONS, from.............................................7c to 15c per yd. The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. I I I ;