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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta A Most Convenient WHth" ini LEi HtfKitJGE Daily Herald The Castle Hotel it. Best Dining Room in Southern Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE si: We have just received th carloads of ree Shelf and and will be m a position to fill all orders promptly. Our goods and prices sure to interest you. KKKK'S PKOVI8IOXS ARE THE BEST are Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE KETAIL Redpath Street Phone 762 p. o. Box 070 I rr. H: 1 rr EASTER SPECIALS quires (120 sheets) best Linen Notepaper, worth 25c per quire. 5 quires for 75c Envelopes See our ad, on Page 6. The Store of Quality GGO. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 EASTEK CJOODS On Saturday we will have a special shipment of R'PE TOMATOES 2 m In abundance on sale at this store. Everybody invited to have 3 a good look at our Easter Window. Cert Football Shoes In All Sizes at Phone 525 THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Prompt Delivery BUSINESS LOCALS The Man from Home at the Majes- tic again tonight. Get in on the bargains at the Leth- bridge Furniture Co. sale. 85-6 Big special Good-Friday Matinee to- morrow at the Eureka. Easter sou- venirs for every child. Geo. Taylor's for choice Easter Flowers. 8i-6 The big program at the Lyceum to- night. Entire change of vaudeville. Agents will call upon you from Ga- tenby and McKay, professional Dry Cleaning Parlors. Phone 317. See the mission dining room suite in the Lethbridge Furniture Co.'s window. S5-6 Big change in the vaudeville to- _ night at the' Eureka. Your last last chance to see the Paris Flood. Geo.Taylor, Alberta's leading flor- ist. Majestic Theatre Phone 347. 84.6 See the Tyrell children in a change tonight at the Lyceum. Get your summer apparel ready lor cleaning and pressing for Gatenby and McKay. See the mission dining room suite in the Lethbridge Firniture Co.'s j window. 85-6 CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wells have Furniture Co. ___ J to Spokane to spend the holidays, i The Terrill Floral Co. have a splen- Mrs. C. R. Daniel will not receive i did collection of Cut Flowers and i New goods at big discounts at the Lethbridge Jewelry Co.'s store in jthe Sherlock Building. Change of vaudeville at the Lyceum tonight. Try a box of Geo. Taylor's choice cut flowers. Sure to please you. Majestic Theatre. Phone 347. 84-6 The barber shops of the city will the open until 10 o'clock tonight and closed all day tomorrow. Summers Stock Co. opens at the Majestic Monday night in A Prisoner of War. Get in on the bargains at the Leth- 86-5 nice 5 on Fridar. 10- i Plants for Easter, including Roses, Carnations, Lilly of the Valley, Ferns Violets, etc. Their store will be op- en all day tomorrow to allow busi- jness men to make their selection. You want to be heavy On the hurry Mrs. MacBeth will not receive morrow, Friday. Mrs. W. C. Ives has returned from j an extended trip to the East. All the barber will be closed (Good Fridav) I night, March after the first j A youns daughter came to the home performance. Bring your coupons. of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Weller on Tues i The Lethbridge -Jewelry Co. are [having a bie sale of Eastern jewelry. See them on Saturday. shops of the city j Just two more njshts'for chances on all day tomorrow the diamond ring. Big, drawing Fri- Gatonby and McKay have secured a professional dry cleaner from Denver. Colorado. Phone 317. day tomorrow. t W. J. NELSON CO. Formerly Nelson Gow I i I GARDEN TOOLS You are not shut out from buying lumber here just because your are small. We shall be ghid 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 xvith the best of lumber at the most mod- erate of prices. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 THE WEATHER, Edmonton, cloudy 56 32 Calgary, fair .92 48 32 Lethbridge, dcloudy 57 33 Regina, cloudy .45 44 28 Bulletin From Central Office Heavy rains have fallen in the Cal- gary district and light rain or sleet in eastern Saskatchewan and Manito- ba. Somewhat lower temperatures have prevailed in Alberta and Saskat chewan, while throughout Manitoba it has been very warm. Cooler condi- tions have now entered the prairie provinces. and Saskatche- wan, strong north-west winds, colder with light local sleet. Alberta, northwest winds, mostly fair and colder today and Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT Robt. Livingstone arrived from Ed- BUSINESS LOCALS Geo. Taylor, Florist leads. Others follow. 84-6 Big bargains in Easter jewelry at the Lethbridge Jewelry Co.'s store in the Sherlock Block. For pure ice cream, eo to Kavalin' Now is the time to buy Garden Tools. have a large stock of SPADES TROWELS RAKES I HOES ETC. POULTRY NETTING In all the Standard sixes. I It is no use tidying up your garden and planting seeds and flowers if you let your own and your neighbor's dogs and chickens run all over it. BUY POULTRY NETTING AND KEEP THEM OUT The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.' (LIMITED.) V confectionery store, from Spokane. It comes direct 81-26 CITY AND DISTRICT Don't forget the football match to- morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp on the suqare, S. 0. E. and Callies. Be on hand and give the boys a good start. A. E. Ives had a record day in real estate sales yesterday. He sold the north-west corner of Rcdpath and Coutts to B. C. parties for some- thing' in the neighborhood of He also sold 360 acres of irrigated monton yesterday to take charge ofilami four miles .from the city at the G-alt mines. He will be warmly !an and five acres near the fair welcomed back to Lethbridge. j grounds for Earl Morris, of the Herald mechan- ical staff, left this afternoon to spend a couple of days with his uncle at Medicine Hat. E. N. Barker was in the city yes- terday en route to Cardston, where he will take up his residence again. For over a year he has been in news- paper work in Edmonton. Mr. George Johnston and his bro- At Knox Church tomorrow, Good Friday evening at 8.30, "Gaul's Holy City." Soloists, Miss Clark, Miss Simm, Mr. J. H. Trotter from Cal- gary and Mr. H. R. Cooper, and a full choir. The admission will be only 50c. and the proceeds all in of the organ fund. Come early and be sure of a seat. Free Trade vs. Tarift Reform will THBKTRES MAJESTIC 'Man From Home' FRIDAY MATINEE Two Orphans Friday Xight Faust Saturday Matinee and night. Old Cronies Prices 25c, seats oOc, Toe, box ther-in-law, Wm. Trimble, left today j-fae debated in the Y.M.C. parlors to- for Saskatchewan, near Lethbridge, [morrow evening when debaters from with bis effects. He has taken up a f Medicine Hat will meet reprcsenta- homestead and his home there. will in future make kives from the Y.M.C. An acimis- He was formerly en- sion fee of twentv-five cents is chare- a gaged with his brother in the foundry i'ed to cover 'expenses business Ottawa Citizen. The C.P.R. freight shed is jammed and both the incoming and out going freight shipments are thereby greatly handicapped. Larger freight sheds are now urgently needed to handle (Additional Locals Page 6.) t DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU That perhaps you are making a mistake by not. our prices before buying lumber, sash, doors, lime, cement. plaster, etc., somewhere olso? You are old enough to know that there is a mighty lot of difference in the quality of every one of these articles, just the same as there is in other gods you purchase. And that there is always more or less difference jn the prices, too. Then, as you can always get. the most and best here, at the lowest prices, why aren't you making a mistake by not buying here. From where we sit, it looks like you were passing up a good thing. An Easter supper will be held in St. Andrew's Church next Monday night at half past six. Rev. T. p. Perry is at Clarcsholra, t u today, attending the Epworth Lcainie Anothcr bIS souvenir novelty mat-j the large volume of business of and Sunday School convention aL 2-30 at the F -R v ArrTv'iMriM e .1 T ircka- Kvery child gets a noveltv. -pen ness trip to Edmonton. Chalmers, of the Public Works j Department, Edmonton, is in the city inspecting government works un- I jdcr construction here. j I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Scott oi Ho-i Chester, X. V., arc visiting Mrs. Al- iexandcr Smith and family of Hnr-i i It is understood fJ. F. and J. Gall, the Calgary wholesale grocers, pnr- Posc rstablishinp a warehouse here in >he near future. The marriage took place in Knox church last nigrt of John Arthur An- derson to iMiss Amelia Lorenzle Peter- son. fooUi of Gramim. Rev. A. M. the I Gordon performed -the ceremony. t T T T T X JL T I t I IK 1 i i I iBgers-Cinningfiam Uiktr Conpaiiy, Limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phone 523 11 Eatt Yard, Phone 4Z3 Office, Phone 323 J l 1 I i l The Best Remedy For Coughs and Colds Johnston's Pectoral Balsam. "We give free sample bottles of this to those who have not tried it. Call and ask for one. Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 UNIVERSAL BREAD MAKER mixes and kneads bread thoroughly in Three Minfutes. The hands do not touch the dough. For sale at Red Cross drug store. LYCEUM The Great Tyrell Children Australian Juvenile Singing and Dancing Novelty Acts. Latland Lee Thai Comical Pair The Marvellous Mai tl and Contortionist Halhvood Illustrated Melodies New Lyceum Orchestra Entirely New Pictures First p.m. Second I I 4 Loaf Capacity 8 loaf fanaritv 11 ftO _ 1 j Stafford Jvgnew Co. "If TN Cm Out if Tin, Mi ft" EFORE a shirt can cany a CLUETT Label, it must come pretty near to being a perfect shirt. The label in a At the Wesley church parsonage yesterday the wedding took place of B. C. Olson, of the government tele- phone staff, to Miss Carla Millar of Morningside, Alia. Rev. T. P. Perry the ceremony and the con- tracting parties were attrended by 'Miss B. Sinclair and 'Lewis Lundy. DIED I March 13, Charles Addison, son of Mrs. and, R. G. Addison. Funeral wiil be held from parents' residence 321 Crabb St.. Friday at 3.30. AH friends -wall accept this .intimation. S6-2 GARDEN TOOLS Child's Sets 35c each Digging Spades 90c each Hoes SOceach Rakes 50c each In fact everything to beaut- ify your garden PHONE 575 P. O. BOX 27" 'l IF IT'S 'A "CLUETT" IT'S A SHIRT We moan to say that 4f you huy a "duett Shirt" yon will always ask for and wear a "Cluett made right with good long sleeves; large antl roomy bnt made to fit. Neat stripop and all new styles and colors, a good shirt at reasonable price, only.............................................................. i 1 SHIRT is your guarantee that every tiling in the shirt A big assortment to sell at this price, stripes in all colors or the short bosom with pleated fronts A 11 1 vou nave to look for is the pat- tern you and more in white or in color. Made of the finest. American percale, a great wearer and the colors The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. ;