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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta the 4 Mort Convenient Place to Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE lite Lethbridge Daily Herald The Castle Hotel v Best Dining Room tn Southern Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE m. We Kave just msceived three carloads oi Shelf and Heavy Hardware si it and will be in a position to i fill all orders promptly, Our goods and prices are sure to interest you. KERR'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST New laid eggs, -iOc per don. Swift's Premium Hacou, 30c per )b. Swift's Winchester 25c per Ib. Ha con. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL Redpath Street Phone 762 P. 0. Box I 1 EASTER SPECIALS quires (120 sheets) best Linen Notepaper, worth 25 c per quire. 5 quires for 75c Envelopes to match at the same price. Another big display of those popular cloth bound books, regular price and 11.50. Now ..........75c A few good. Easter Cards and novelties left for the late ones. Store open Thursday night till 10.30. THE OFFICE STATIONERS mtrars uoisimt Whitney BUck Type- writer PtMfM ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rale for nearly quarter of a centiiry please keep tbe Do- minion itatute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m .8 p.m. to-9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Nipht Bell Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Swift's Premium Hams, per Ib. Fresh arrival of Celery, Hanunas and.Sunkist Oraupe-s EASTEH SPECIALTIES TODAY .Ntnv laJd cgjfS, IH.T dozcti, 40c. Hot house lettuce, 3 large bunches 25c. Toiuatoois Cucumbers, Parsley, Green Onions, Choice Ba- uiuias, High Grade Chocolates; also Delicatessen Special- ties. LAD I EH We have something new, noat and st. in Blk. Suede, Tan, Grey, Patents and Metal Ankle Strap rumps and Oxfords, THE GOOD CO. Higfc Class Grtctrs Phone 585 Prompt Delivery W. J. NELSON CO. I Formerly Nelson Gow f w. I The Store of Quality Geo. Kcrr Co. Fruit, Crocktry Phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS Summers Slock Cu. open at ihe Majestic next Monday night in "A Prisoner of War." Geo. Taylor's for choice Easter Flowers. 84-6 Don't miss serins the Tyrell Child- ren tonight at the chance. See the mission dining room suite in the Lethbridge Furniture Co.'s window. 85-6 Shayne and Kittg are a scream at the Lyceum next week. Public Dance Easter Monday at; Ferguson's Dancing Academy, McNafcb Block. Kverybody United. The Kawanas M 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 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 best of lumber at the most mod- erate of prices. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 68 56 57 24 26 24 THE WEATHER. the greatest jugglers j Edmonton, fair on the American stage at 'he Lvceum :Calgary, clear next week. (Medicine Hat, clear Geo.Tarlor, Alberta's leading flor-1 Lethbridge, clear 1st. Majestic Theatre Phone tRegina, clear -54 33 347. 84.61 Bulletin From Central Office A Prisoner-of War opens at theMa-j Fine and mild weather has been gen jestic Monday night. jeral over the prairie provinces, fros- See the J75.00 mission dining during the night. Temperatures suite in the Lethbridge Firniture Co.'s have been fairly even all over the window. 85-6 West. Your last chance tonight to see tbe big Lyceum vaudeville show. Try a box of Geo. Taylor's choice cut flowers. Sure to please you. Majestic Theatre. Phone 347. 84-6 Don't forget Gilbert for your favor- BUSINESS LOCALS GARDEN TOOLS 2sfow is tlie time to buy We have a large stock of SPADES TROWELS RAKES HOES ETC. POULTRY NETTING In all the Standard sizes. It is no use tidying up your garden and planting seeds and flowers if you let your own and vour neighbor's dogs and chickens run all over it. BUY POULTRY NETTING AND KEEP OUT ___________ 1 The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. (LIMITED.) "We ship out of town daily.' line and mild today, Sunday' showery 1 Saskatchewan and Alberta, fine and mild today and Sunday. Watch Monday's Herald for the bie AU1 at the Eureka next week. Don't miss the Eureka tonight. A number of aew features. See Wright's ten cent window. A chance of a time to save money. Big bargains at Wright's removal sale. Three show cases for sale al Wright's removal sale. Going at half j price. Forced to move to smaller 'store.. No room Eor them. ite brand oi cigars at t-he New Alex- andra Cigar and Tobacco Get in on the bargains at the Leth- bridge Furniture Co. 86-5 tfORTHIS EASTER SEASON There is something nice about giving perfumes for Easter, as it is not only al- ways appropriate but it is al- ways acceptable. Especially for Easter we have put in a splendid selec- tion in the best makes to be had. You will find no trouble in selecting something suit- able from our stock as it was chosen for just such a pur- pose. m m DISTRICT Prescription Specialists H. 5. HlPlflf, Ngr, IETHB81DGE I X J. DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU That perhaps you aro making a mistake by not so; ting our prices before buying lumber, sash, doors, lime, cement. plaster, etc., somewhere else? 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 ir other gods you purchase. And that there is always more or less difference in the prices, too. Then, as you can always get the most, and best here, a: the lowest prices, why aren't you making a mistake by not buying here. From where wo sit, it looks like you were passing up a good thing. I Rogers-Ganniiiglian) Company, uililicu ACADJA BLOCK North Yard, Phone 523 East Yard, Phone 423 OTflce, Phone 323 e M-H H-H I HI i I T. S. Fetterly Icit this afternoon on a trip'to Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. D. A.ir sIcKcrrichcr left this afternoon' to spent! the Eas- ter holiday's at Pincher Creek. Mrs. H. A. Maveety is spending a few days in Medicine Flat visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Dr. Allison' Smith. Mr.and Mrs. Harry Ddggs of Gras- sy Lake were visiting in-the c'tty yes- terday. M. .1. Torrance, Moose-law, visited brother J. Torrance of the Herald stan" here yesterday. g Kvans and Fred Cooper oi Hat won; ainoncc the visitors in the citv vcstcrdav. Father Bidwilt Mt this afternoon j for Medicine Mai where lie will preach (4i I tomorrow. R. Leach Baylor, musical director of the Kurefca, has closed his season to return to his homestead at Gras- sy Lake. Misses Isabella and Shar- nian left this aflernoon' to attend the Educational Association at I'alccarv next week. The instiuition of ihe Hoyal Ari-h Chapter at Pincher Creek has hpen postponed from March 2fl to Marcli many frirmis nf Mrs. H. T. of Winnipcc, will hrni in loss of their little i-r.Muriel, who died last Sun- She ojpht years and right months old. On CITY AND DISTRICT Wednesday, March 30th, will be a tea given from -1 to tfoere 6 p.m. A concert will be held on Vt'esday evening at 8.30 by the choir of St. Patrick's Church, in Si. -Yugustin's i Hall. Admission 50c., proceeds in aid of the new church. 88-3 i For pure ice cream, eo to Karalin' Confectionery store. It copies direct .from Spokane. 81-26 I The ladies of St. Patrick's Chuch will hold a sale of fancy goods and serve tea on Tuesday afternoon. 20th, jfrom 2 10 7 p. m. in St. Augus- tin's Hall. 88-3 Geo. Taylor, Florist leads. Others follow. Your last chance tonight to see Herbert and Vance in their musi- cal act at the Eureka. Owing to the crowded condition of our columns a full page ad of Con- for the benefit of theLethbrldge Wo- men's Relief Society, at the hotne of Mrs. Bowman, 324 Westminster Road. All interested are cordially invited. Silver collection. THEATRES Monday, Mar. 28 CITY AND DISTRICT The funeral of Robert Charles Ad- dison was held yesterday afternoon from his parents' residence 32L Crabbj St- at 3.30 and was largely attended by Iriends of the city. The floral tri- bute was large, there beins sent by- Mr, and Miss Ritchie, sprays Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beagle, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Ott, star; Mr. F. Hinds, of Bla'irmore, anchor; Mrs. H. Mor- ris, spray; Father and Mother, Cross: Mr. ami Mrs. M. Johnson, spray; 3 Geo. E. Fleming has resigned his position, as accountant with the Mer- chant's Bank of Canada, to go into the real' estate business at Lethbridge li is as successful and popular in JGrand Parents, pillow; Mr; and Mrs. the new line as he was as a banker, j F. T. Robins, wreath; Mrs. J. B. George should prosper exceedingly in jUeuter, spray; Mrs. Burgess, sheaf of the years to Hal grain; Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, Ncws. j spray and star. The pall bearers The committee oi the Conservative }were: Lawrence Ott, Clarence Ott, The Bry- Associaiion in charge oi the arrange- ]Philip Ott and Harry Morris. funeral was in charge of H. R. I 4T 1 i H> 4k i THE SUMMERS STOCK CO. A Prisoner oi' War' Tuesday Night 'The Christian' Prices 25c, seats 11.00. 75c, boi For sale at Red Cross drug ctore. Monday, Mar. '28 SHAYNE KING Singers of the Ghet- Hebrew Entertainers. THE KAWANAS The Greatest Jap Jugglers -on the Stage NEW SONGS NEW PICTURES 84-6 ments for the meeting oi Coriserva- nell and Travis describinp famous Twentieth r.cntury I'lothinp, is held over till Monday. This firm have the sole agency for this make, which will go to show the quality of the goods they are handling. The ap- pearance of this store, the fnish and fixtures together with the display of. furnishings made a splendid impression ion the men who visited tl.e en and Thursday. iivesfor the Southern halt of the Med- icine Mat riding to be beW in the Cal- edonian Mall, on Tuesday evening next, say there will be a good attend- ance from outside point. They have been in communication with leading- Tories in all parts of the ridinp and although farming operations will keep rnanv awav who otherwise would at- ant and the Rev. A. M. Gordon con- ducted the services. The special services at Westminster Church, are to be continued all next week and all who can are asked to attend. Miss Morton's morning; subject tomorrow is "The five circles oi the Christian Life." and in the ev- ening she will speak on -John's vision in the Isle of Patmos." tend, the towns will be fully repre- sented. The purpose of the meeting be no afternoon mass is to elect ten delegates to represent I Bali will at each service. tins half of the riding at the Na- tional Conservative convention at Ot- tawa in .Mine. There will 'Miss BREM MAKER JL kneads bre thoroughly 'in "hree MinVtes. The hands do not touch the douqh, The Best Remedy Couhs and Johnston's Pectoral Balsam, We give free sample bottle? of this to those who have not tried it. Cali and ask for one. 4 Loaf Capacity 8 Loaf Capacity BORN -Lethhridge. on Friday i Mnrcli to Mr. and 'Mrs. X. R Good, a son. "DEFOREashirtcan 13carry a CLUETT At the Wesley church parsonage, ai this morning the marriage; took place of John M. Henderson of Moose Jaw. S.isk.. to iMavmc K. ot" Gananoqtie. Ont.. Rev. T. P. Perry officiating. They left this after- noon for Calgary and will go from fiere to .Moose Jnw, where they will reside. The bride has been visiting in Lethhridge for some tiime with her uncle. Mr. D. J. Whitney and iher 1 orher uncles, brothers of Mr. Whitney. 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 PHONE 575 P. ,O. BOX 27 Label, it must conic pretty near to being a perfect shirt. The label in a IF IT'S A "CLUETT" IT'S A SHIRT We mean to say that if you buy a "duett Shirt" you will always ask for and wear a "duett Shirt made right with good Ions sleeves; iarge and roomy but made to fit. Xeat stripes and al! new styles and colors, a good shirt at reasonable Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists PHONE 1232 fun I'm Out of Twi, Me Us" SHIRT is your guarantee thai: everything in the shirt. is right. All you have to look for is the pat- tern you and more in white or in color. A Ing assortment to sell nf this price, stripes in all colors or the short bosom with pleated fronts OC rtf finest Azuonciin sjTCtit VT cannot he set-n in any other mnko, very new 75 The BENTLEY CO., Ltd. i ;