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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Ite Dallas Hotel It Met' A Mott Convenient t Place to Stay .WHEN IN LtTHBRIOGE 4< M I Tlic Castle Hotel Best Dining Room In Southern f.< Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE I m We nave just received three carloads of Shelf and and fill Our will De m a position to ill be all orders promptly. prices are oods and sure to interest you. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL Redpath Street Phone 762 P. 0. Box Kerr's ProvUiont f; Are The fc Xew LaUl.Eggs.40c per doz. Swift's Premium Bacon, 30 L per Swift's Winchester Bacon: 25e per Ib. Swift's Premium Hams, 2oc per Ib. Fresh arrival of Celery, Ba- nanas am! Sunkist Oranges. NENV ARRIVALS TODAY Fresh Lettuce, Green Onions, Parsley, New Laid Cert Football Shoes In All Sizes I all klnus. Phone 525 THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Prompt Dellvf-y The Store of Quality Geo. I Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 OFFICE SUPPLIES papers at all prices. Blank Books with ordinary and Special Ruling. You will find our stocr large and well assorted. THE OFFICE .STATIONERS IWlim'! fiOOXSTOXE New Whitnty Block Agcnti Underwotd Phone 1265. 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. Dispensing doctor's pre- scriptions is our business and the only safe way for you to get medicine of any kind. fiiberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 11 BPLH, Hgr. lEniBRIBGE Use only the tested FOR- MALDE- HYD obtained at J. D. Kiginboth- am Co. Ltd. Our Formaldehyde is tested at cue Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, Ont., by a professor of Chemistry and found full strength. ask- no higher price tnan any one else, bui our article is guar- anteed. J. 0, Hipbotham Co. ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Don't miss the Dainty Tyroll Chil- dren ai the Lyceum tonight. Get in on the bargains at the Leth- bridge Furniture Co. sale. 85-H j Get in on the bargains at the Leth- j I bridge Furniture Co. sale. Take notice of the class of pictures that are shown at the Eureka. The best ever shown in this city. None too sood for APs Laitland and Lee, the heavy weight comedians at the Lyceum are a scream. Geo. Taylor's for choice'-'Easter Flowers. S4.-6 See the mission dining room suite in the Lethbridge Furniture I W. J. NELSON CO Formerly Nelson Gow Co.'s S5-fi j Herbert and Vance, some musicians, cioudy at the Eureka this week. Harry Burns, the champion bag puncher, an-jRegina clcar' other strong feature. 'and uiseasonably be seen at the Lyceum tonight. Geo.Taylor, Alberta's leading flor- ist. Majestic Theatre Phone 3-17. 8-i.S You are not shut out from buying lumber here just because your wants are small. We shall be glad to sell you any quantity you require and will give vour older 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 bes: of lumber at the most mod- erate of nriees. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 RAILWAY AND i Calgary, fair I i .Now is ilio time to buy (Union Tools. We 0 have a largos lock oi' SPADKS TROWELS I RAKES HOES ETC. POULTRY NETTING In all (lie Standard It is no use tidying up your garden and planting seeds and dowers it'yon let your own and your neighbor's dogs and chit-kens rui; all over it. BUY POULTRY NETTING AX1) KEEP THEM OUT i 1 The McKeown Hardware Co., i I DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.' (LIMITED.) COAL MEN MEET 66 degrees are recorded. fair and cooler i today and Wednesday, mild with light local rain. See the mission dining room suite in the Lethbridge Firniture Co.'s window.. 85-6 Try a box of Geo. Taylor's choice cut flowers. Sure to please you.; Winnipeg is in the city. Marvellous Maitland, who'was dt- ther faas contjnlieti over the prairie There is a gathering of the powers layed arriving in town last nigh't will, provinces, maximum oi at Lethbridge. Among others are the following, F. I-I. Peters, assistant to the Vice President of the C.P.R., Supt. Price, Western Division C.P.R., Supt. Taylor, of Medicine Hat dis- jtriet, J. G. Short oi the Galbraith CITY AND DISTRICT lCoal Co o[ Limdbredc, Lewis Stock- jet, general manager oi the C.P.R. Hugo Ross, a prominent broker of mines at Hosmer, I-I. F. Breckenridge manager of the Breckenridge and Lund Coal Co., Lundbreck. Thcv met this morning to consult CITY AND DISTRICT Majestic Theatre. Phone 347. 84-fi By special request, The Two Orphans at tlie Majestic again to- night. i Watch the Herald for notice of the ,big Paris Flood Motion Pictures Metkle concert m the Caledonian Hall be run at the Eureka this week, _ Geo. Taylor, Florist leads. Others I toniShl- j 'Winnipeg, "March open- follow. 84-6! Sixtecn carloads-of settlers efiects ed 1-8 lower and closed 1-2 to 5-S Some musical act at the Eureka !arrived at- Bow' Isliind from last! flower. Dry weather in Kansas and L. M. Johnstone went to Edmon- ton this morning to act as counsel on the A. G. W. commission investi- sation. the pipers band to the on matters of mutual interests in re- gard to coal and its transportation. WINNIPEG MARKETS Stanley Kirkham has just returned from a buying trip to Winnipeg. ithis week. Hear those marimba- i phones, the sweetest music ever heard in the city. Remember the big program at the Lyceum tonight. Aid. C. B. Bowman night from Edmonton. returned last 1 -Just three more nights for chances on the diamond ring at the Eureka, ring at C. Ross A chance 'with j H. M. Agnew, manager for the See the beautiful jf j Crane and Ordway Co.. Winnipeg, is Tate's jewelry store. j spending a few days in the city. every ticket. Fred C. Lowes of Calgary, who is For pure ice cream, eo to Kavalin's a branch office in Lethbridge confectionery in the citv todav. from Snoknnt Thursday to Saturday. Missouri and rain badly needed and young man's question" will be; none in sight had a bullish influence the subject of Miss Morton's address on wheat today with good THEATRES MAJESTIC "The Two Orphans" Kate Claxtoiv.s ver- sion with complete scenic equipment. Prices 25c, seats ?1.00. Toe, box at Westminster Church tonight. Song j service from 7.45.till S. Everybody I invited. As mentioned in our last issue the A. 0. Foresters are getting exceed- ingly busy in signing on their men for the football season and they do not to be behind, like thev were It comes direct, last year. Thev y store. in the city today. from Spokane. 81-26 j their latest additions fcj W. A. Buchanan, M.P.P., returned; Don't miss the1 big ladies played for the Maple fjjjfrom Edmonton last night, the legis- 'for the gold watch at the Lyceum to- McMillan and .J. R. McArthur. A filature having adjourned. night. Bring your coupons ladies. j G. J. Bryan is preparing to build. a block on the corner of Dufierin and Crabb Sts., at once. It will be a buying features in Chicago and Minneapolis caused an advance of over one cent du those markets. Unless rain comes soon we are likely to have a big ad- vance in wheat. The big traders in American rjirksts are IbulliSh pn the outlook and are backing their openings as to the future price of wheat by buying both the July and For sale at Red Cross clru: LYCEUM The Great Tvrell Children Australian Juvenile Singing and Dancing Novelty Acts. Liir-Iaiid Lee That Comical Pair The Marvellous Maitland Contortionist Ha 11 wood Illustrated Melodies Xew Lyceum Orchestra Entirely Xew Pictures First p.m. Second general meeting has been called for [tomorrow night in one of the'Samplc CITY AND D'SlRICT j-Roomsof the Balmoral Hotel (by kind Messrs. Morton and Ball, evange- permission of the Deputy Manager, have a pennant team being English 1 September options. Opened (May 112 1-2 ;.Tuiy 1-4: July i The Lcthhridge i iation 'will ;R. Dobbin, jWednesdav, March 23rd. arx oce bulding, lists, have been asked by the board of Real Estate Assoc- j Westminster Church, to remain anoth meet at the office oi W. ?r week. The services will be Glyn Street, at 8 p.m. i tinned until Sunday, April 3rd. i Since Morningsiric was placed W. Bennett) to which all who have not decidt-d to throw in their lot con- i with any of the other competing it-earns in the league, and also all old. on members of the A. 0. F. F. C. are Architect W. T. Williams, vestcrday contracts for the H. Good- the market some lots have been sold. Subdivision property is in rte- it j man block on Redpath St. Lussier mand this spring. J Brooks t Brooks got the general contract for the I t T T f YOLT'D BETTER NOT RISK IT If you are figuring on buy- ing a bill of lumber, and you think the quality of lumber, and the prices, are all about the same; and that it won't make any difference you get our prices, or not, just take this tip and don't risk it. We've got the best stock of lumber m these parts and making mighty attrac- tive prices. So you'd better jet an estimate from us before you buy elsewhere. No matter -what you want, we will be pleased to quote -you our best prices, and serve you promptly and satisfactor- ily. S025U and the Wm. Mead Co. heating and plumbing f0r Spring is surely here. The trees 'are coming out in leaf all ovc-r the; Robins have been showing themselves for days and yesterday butterfly was reported as having come. iforth for'the season. j j FOK EASTKR WEEK sons, Westminster :Roari. will give' i I'! per cent, off all goods. Srates and Xittte invited to attend. Ernest B. Graves, aged 33, died at hts home in the Duff Addition on -Monday, March 21st. The funeral will be held on Wednesday aftenu-on from Addison's Undertaking Parlors j to the Baptist Church. Rev. A. .r. Prosser will officiate. He was for- merly from Kentucky and a member of the U. M. W. of "A. Another meeting of the i City Conservative Association will UK? 3-4. Closed: May 113 113; j July 113 3-S. Closed: May 114 1-8; July 114 5-S. i March 105 1-4: May a-s. Closed: March 105 1-2: May lOli 3-4. :Marcli 1-S; May 5-S: July 7-S. FOR RASTER WEEK Par sons. Westminster Road, will give 10 per cent, off all goods. S GARDEN TOOLS Child's Sets 35c each Digging Spades 9Cc each Hoes 50c each Rakes 50c each In fact everything to beaut- ify your garden DIED March 22nd. at Alice fM.'iry. the infant daush-' ter of'Sir. and 'Mrs. G. B. Weller. aged 24 Jiours. i P. Graves. at 10 PER CENT GUARANTEED FORMALDE- HYDE 35c in single Ibs. 30c Ib. in quantities .him- inber CoRipaiif, IMM I ACAOIA BLOC-K North Yard, Phont 523 Eatt Yard, Phone 423 323 V Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 I t 1 I 1 I 1 S 1 I he held in the rooms, Whitney the home of his cousin. 701 this evening when the executive co'-n- i 'Artduion. Lethbridgo .on 1 I'l'-r i-nst... at S p.m. (formerly of mittcr I or the year will be Ky.) Funeral at S o'clock The meeting is open to all Conserv.i- tomorrow jifternoon. Service in Che, .lives in the citv. i Baptist Church. 575 P. O. BOX 27 FASHION'S NEW IDEAS FOR EASTER ar6 showing the largest range of Dress Materials we have ever shown. The quality and siylo of these materials are of the st order. You need not take our word for this; come and see for yourself. feel o fine values for the least money. sure we can convince you we have the best SUEDE CLOTH A new material and one which gives splendid wear. black, 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. i2 inches wide At Per Yard All Styles and A material that will stand good hard dressy. 42 Inches wide, DUCHESS CLOTH A new fancy weave in navy, brown, artichoke, green and mid blue. 42 inches wide cardinal At Per Yard Stafford Jtgnew Co. "If In Cm lot if Tiff, Write fc" THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. I 1 I I I ;