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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Dallas Hotel 4 Most Convenient Place to Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Lethbridge Herald The Castle Hotel Best Dining Room In Southern Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE We havejust receive carloads of Shelf and reel I TYj 1 i will be in a position to all orders promptly. I and fill Our goods and prices are sure to interest you. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL Redpath Street Phone 762 P. 0. -Box 070 Kerr'i Provisions Are The Best We Have Large Consignments of 1 I Laid ENJOY YOUR MEALS By using oniv our Clovorhill Creamery Butter, which is 1'roshly J churned the day ii is shipped us. 3j s received twice a week, price pur ib Fresh Ranch Kgys, received daily, price today a doz. 40c JOc Cert Football Shoes i In All Sizes 1 at THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Pbone 525 Prompt Delivery W. J. NELSON CO. Formerly Nelson Gow 40 c The Store of Quality GGO. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery ;r Phone 1453 rK Ladies' Home Journal For April 15c All the other new now on THE OFFICE STATIONERS mmm BOOKSTORE Whltnty Block Undtrwotd writw Phone 1265. 1 Go To Your Doctor Self medication is a dan- gerous thing and is never en- couraged here. Our advice is always that you go to your doctor first and have him prescribe for you, then come here and have your prescription dis- pensed. Prescribing for you is the doctor's business. Dfspensang doctor's pre- scriptions is our business and the only safe way for you to get medicine of any kind. HbertaDnigandBookCo, Prescription Specialists I. i. KFlfT, Mgr. lETMaiKE PRESCRIBED MEDICINE IS THE BEST When you are Sick enough to require medicine, don't try to doctor yourself, for self medication if a propo- sition. Go to a good physician and let him prescribe the proper medicine. TrTen be sure and have that prescription prop erly compounded. Bring it to J. Higiiibothnm CbT, Ltd. and the medicines you will get will be the finest possible that can be prepared accord- ing to that physician. Three dispensors to do yom work. J, 0, Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day -Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Complete change of programme at the Eureka tonight. All new people. See Herbert and Vance tonight at'the Eureka. They are a treat. Bob Meikle Company in their unex- celled Scotch entertainment at the Caledonian llall tomorrow (Tuesday For pure ice cream, eo to Kavalia's confectionery store. It comes direct from Spokane. 81-26 Ladies bring your coupons to the Lyceum tomorrow night. Remember ladies' prize Tuesdays, gentlemen's on Friday. Harry Burns, America's champion-1 bag puncher, at the Eureka tonight. Remember another "Hum-dinger" of a program the Lyceum this week. Try a box of Geo. Taylor's choice cut llowcrs. Sure to please you. Majestic Theatre. Phone 347. 84-fi Dinna' forget- the greatest Scotch' concert of the season. Bob Meikle Company at the Caledonian Hall to- morrow (Tuesday) night. Tickets 75c. and 50c. Try the butter cup ice cream. The marvellous Mainland, the rub- ber man. at the Lyceum tonight. Geo. Taylor. Florist leads. Others follow. 84-6 i The butter cup ice cream expected at Kavalin's confectionery 'store last Saturday, arrived this mor ning from Spokane. PAINT We have received our Paints in good tune this year, and are now prepared to meet all your requirements. We supply the painter in large quantities and can supply the Householder with just as You are not shut out from buying lumber here just because your wants are small. '-.Ve shall to sell you any quantity you require and will give your order our usual exacting attention. Give Us Your Lumber Order whether you want to build a dog house or a large mansion. We will fill it faithfully with the besi of lumber at the most mod- erate of prices. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 THE WEATHER, Edmonton, clear 64 34 Cakary, clear 66 40 Medicine Hat, clear 76 40 Lethbridge, clear 72 44 Regina, clear 66 32 fair 56 42 Bulletin -From Central Office and Saskatche- wan, fair with a little lower temper- ature tonight and Tuesday. Alberta, fair and very mild. much as he requires. RENOVATE YOUR FLOORS Floor Stains in any Stiade in Oils or Varnish. Floor 051 used with our Patent Floor Oiler ensures a Perfect Job. Baplac Renovates your Fmjnituro and makes Old Furniture look like New. Paint the Fence, the House, the Barn or anything; that needs it, and do your share towards making LETHBRIDGE BEAUTIFUL 3> All our. Paint is guaranteed to be pure, back us in .this assertion. The Manufacturers The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town (LIMITED.) A. J. iMaclean, M. P., spent Sun- day in the city. F. b. Leffingwell of Warner is in city today. Harris of I'Magrath was a vis- itor to the city yesterday. -Mrs. Fred Hick will not receive again until announced. W. C. 'Simrnoas returned from Ed- monton yesterday -morning. CITY AND DISTRICT J Mrs. McKillop will not receive on Mrs. J. W. Turpin will not receive j Tuesday or Wednesday nor again this on Tuesday. Mrs. F. Lcffingweli. returned Warner today. The stores will all be closed on See the motion pictures at the Eu- .Good Friday in this city. are rekaand be convinced that they the best you have ever seen. Latland and Lee, that heavy sketch Lyceum with the season. to C. E. Beardsley wnne getting out of a wagon 'this -morning slipped and broke his leg. Mr. Martin Hendricks of Sundial, W. M. Campbell, of Macleod Crown'is in the city on business, attorney, is in the city today. j Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brohman have Five carloads of lumber and returned from a three months CITY AND DISTRICT sold at Mr. and Mrs. S. Stanford have re- stand. team are at the Buy your cigars at the Alexandra Hotel news stand. i All the papers and magazines carloads of potatoes arrived.at Loth-t trip from the East. bridge todav. i Mr. Geo. Brohman of Guelph, Ont.. The Steam Shovel has arrived and is visiting with Mr. Ed. Brohman, jwill commence work this week in the Rosemead, Alta. are extensions of the Lethbridge yards at Prince Rupert. B. C., THEHTRBS MAJESTIC "The Two Orphans" Kate Glaxton's ver- sion with complete scenic equipment. 5 j turned from England. C. I. Wyman of Magrath had 110 acres Of spring; grain already sown on If i Saturday night. j Mrs. Hopkins, Westminster Road, birth to a splendid baby boy on ;t> Saturday. The funeral arrangements of Baby will be arranged for on the arnvalof his father, who is expected home on Wednesdav morning. I M. F. Breckenridgc, manager of Alexandra Hotel News the depot. Jon March 6th, 1910, to Mr. and Mrs. The North Ward police station will C. V. Bennett, a Rupert Geo.Taylor, Alborta's leading fior- be manned with three men and will Empire. Majestic Theatre Phone {be put into operation on April ist. Majestic Theatre Phone j be put into operation on April 1st. i The funeral of John William Park- 347. 84.6 j Constables Sterling, amljinson was held this afternoon from Kate Claxton's great version of the Boylan will be the men, one doing T. S. Fetterley's Undertaking Par- Two Orphans at the Majestic in the day and at night. '.lors at 2.30. The service was con- night, j Mr. Clemens, Peterboro, Ont.. by Rev. T. P. Perry. The best ice cream in the city is arrived in the city Saturday morning, j The pie eaters and the De- the butter cup ice cream. Try it- jMr. Clemens intends buying .in North i vine Hash opened jjie ama- G. J. Le Blanc, formerly manager Lethbridge and having fol- i teur baseball .season in the athletic of Ott's tobacco store, has placed a low him as soon as possible. grounds yesterday morning The game stand in the rotunda of the Al-j Me Arthur, formerly with the'.resulted in a victory for the former, exandra Hotel. A complete line of C.P.R.. has opened up an office- a score of 15 to 12. the best tobaccos and cigars will be Room 211 Sherlock Block, for gener- j H. M. and W. A. Whiddington, ar- Prices 25c, seats 75c, box For safe at Red Cross LYCEUM The Great Tyrel! Children Australian Juvenile Singing and Dancing Acts. Lilt hind Lee That Comical Pair The Marvellous Maitland Contortionist Hall wood Illustrated Melodies New Lyceum Orchestra Entirely New Pictures First p.m. Second i I I I 'th 1 ureckenrulpe and Lund Coal Co.. carried as well as papers, masraxines, iai including; railway, wa- [chitects of StratWona, Alta., and If! is in the city for a etc. The Daily Herald will terworks, sewerage disposal, and civ-iFernie, B.C., have moved their Femie C S T Humphries received a letter solcl> is a hrothcr of office to room 211 Sherlock Block and I Lethbridge. i Julius V ncxv uniforms of the S. 0. E. bile was speeding on Redpath Street. iaro oiTcxhihilion in the window of It turned out and passed another thc Mpn's Man- The swca- fullspeed between Round and Glyn! tcFs arc whitc with a rcd rose anrl Dtrrets. The driver bumped over presented to the club by Wai- knoll and nearly losing his balance, barely missing a pile of brick, YOU'D BETTER NOT RISK IT If you are figuring on buy- ing a bill of lumber, and yon think the quality of lumber, and the prices, are all about the same; and that it won't make any difference whether you get our prices, or not, just take this tip and don't risk it. We've got the best stock of lumber in these parts and we're making mighty attrac- 4" tive prices. So you'd better jet an estimate from us before you buy elsewhere. No matter you want, we will be pleased to quote you our best prices, and serve you promptly and satisfactor- ily. g is away on an eight- weeks' pelt and fur buying trip in the north. Tie will go as far as Fort George., R. C.. before returning. i The Y.W.C.A. committee will en- i their friends to a social rv-j jcning in Thr basement of Wesley i Church on Tuesday evening next. It jfr will he known as a "tea-towel so- 'cial" and the admission fee is a U-a- i towel. I Robert Chambers who came from -J. -Madoc, Ont., with Mr. Williamson.! Aicloihier. North Lethbridge, has been! T forced to resign his position and re-' [turn oast on account of sickness. Srates and Xlttie District Deputy of the a sand pile at the corner of i Redpcth and Glyn, Bystanders re- marked at the dangerous recklessness on such a crowded street. H AM Arthur Curtis Hammett and Miss Ruth Upton, both of Spring Coulee, Litter liiitrt ACAOIA 1LOCK North Yard, Pherra 523 Yard, 423 323 I II I I 11 1 I 40 rj5K CENT GUARANTEED FORMALDE- HYDE 3oc in single Ib. in quantities Johnston Jackson Prescription Drajgists CJco. Taylor's Flowers. for ____________i were married at Knox church, Leth- choice Easter ihridge- on Saturday evening by Rev. GARDEN TOOLS Child's Sets 35c each Digging Spades 90c each Hoes 50c each Rakes 50c each In fact everything to beaut- ify your garden HAYR BROS. 84-0 i A. M. Gordon. PHONE 575 P. O. BOX 27 FASHION'S NEW IDEAS FOR EASTER I We are showing the largest range of Dress Materials we have ever shown. fines; order. You need not take our word for this; come and see for yourself. values tor the least money. The quality and style of these materials are of the We feet surerwe can convince you we have the best SUEDE CLOTH A new material and one which gives splendid wear. biack, navy, green and brown, 48 inches wide Per yard In DIAGONAL CORD This is a favorite this season all good colors such as rose, green, cardinal, black and taupe. inches wide At Per Yard ..................................DUG All Styles and Stafford if ife lit if Tir, Mi fe SATJN HERRING .BONE A material that will stand good hard wear. 42 inches wide, at Per yard dressv DUCHESS CLOTH A new fancy weave in navy, brown, artichoke, green and mid blue. 42 inches wide At Per Yard cardinal ft ft UU THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ;