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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta rf tKc Best A Molt Convenient Plact to Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Beit Dining Room In Southern Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE T 1 fine lools You can't square up a block with a lop- sided plane; saw straight with a buckled saw. or bore a clean hole with a worn-oitt bit. To do so you must have good tools. Our stock of fCarpenters', "Blacksmiths', Bricklayers' and Masons' tools is as complete as you can find anywhere. .Drop in and see us. It is a pleasure for us to show our goods. Call and get our prices for Furnaces, Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Fitting. I I i i I 1 S i I I I i KERR'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST New laid 40c per doz. Swig's Premium Bacon, 30c per Ib. I Swift's Winchester 25c per Ib. Bacon, Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL Redpath Street Phone 702 P. 0. Box G70 SOMETHING YOU NEED You be papering ijiue of your rooms >this Spring and will want paper. Our CHEAP papers are GOOD and our GOOD PA- PERS CHEAP. Buy your papers early and save money. THE OFFICE STATIONERS Humors NOUTOIE Whitnty Bitch wtittr Phone 1265. A LITTLE BIT BETTER "Just a little bit better than the average drug store" seems to be the popular verdict. The fact remains that we exert every effort to give you a ser- vice so modern, so pleasing that you will continue to look to us for every satisfaction in Drug Store trading. Quality is our watchword and your guar- antee. quality or class can be higher than ours, pose. llterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1.8. IIP1EY, Mgr. LETHIIIK BANISH THAT TIRED FEELING By using OUR OWN SARSAPARILLA A carefully prepared blood and skin remedy, madfr from oarks and herbs. Nature's remedies. It is not an alcoholio rs.n- edy, but gives .nd strength. enuine health 100 doses One Dollar at J. D. Hipkottan 8 Co. ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Swift's Premium Hams, per Ib. Fresh arrival of Celery, Bananas and Sunkist Oranges EASTER SPECIALTIES TODAY New laid eggs, per dozen, 40c. Hot house lettuce, 3 large bunches 25c. Ripe Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Parsley, Green' Onions, Choice Ba- inmas, Ganong's High Grade Chocolates; also Delicatessen Special- ties. Phone 525 THE GOOD CO. High Gftss Grocers Prompt Delivery The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS The Summers Stock Co. at the Ma- jestic tonight. Geo. Taylor's for choire Easter Flowers. S4-C Here are again. All new peo- ple at the Eureka tonight. Complete change of programme. All comedy this week. Another big diamond ring this week at the Eureka. Get busy. See the mission dining room suite in the Lethbridge Furniture Co.'s window. 85-6 Tomorrow Christian at the Majestic. Geo.Taylor, Alberta's leading flor- ist. Majestic Theatre Phone Dinna the come'.lv at the LADIES We have something new, neat and stylish in Elk. Suede, Tan, Grey, Patents and Gun Metal Ankle Strap Pumps and Oxfords. I W. J. NELSON CO. Formerly Nelson Gow You are not shut out from Iniying 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 THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, fair Lethbridge, clear Medicine Hat, clear Regina, cleat- Winnipeg, clear CITY AND DISTRICT A. Waddell of the Lethbridge Land and Coal Co. spent Easter at Bow Island. Eureka this week. Good laughs Tor everybody. See the J75.00 mission dining room suite in the Lethbridge Firniture Co.'s window. 85-6 A Bachelor's Honeymoon at the Ma- jestic next Wednesday nieht. Some real Hebrew comedians at the Lyceum tonight. Try a box of Geo. Taylor's choice cut flowers. Sure to please you. Majestic Phone 347. 84-6 Get in on the bargains at the Leth- bridge Furniture Co. Four ot the best vaudeville acts ever staged will be seen at the Lyeoam to- night. The Lyceum performance is a con- tinuous show. Come in whx'n you like and'so out when you have seen it all. Get in any time before 10 peers and-other business, p.m. A concert will be held on Vucsday evening at 8.30 by the choir ot St. Patrick's Church, in St. jHall. Admission 50c., proceeds in laid oi the new church. S5J-3 The Kawana Bros., the greatest 24 29 30 26 34 .02 62 52 59 54 .02 -16 .20 52 Bulletin From Central Office Quite mild weather has prevailed throughout the prairie provinces. In Eastern Saskatchewan and Manitoba or snow has fallen. fair and milder today and on Tuesday. Saskatchewan and Alberta, fair and mild todav and on Tuesday. A meeting of t-he Horticultural So- ciety will be held in the Assembly room of Harper's Conservatory, Ash- mead' St., on Thursday evening at o'clock, for the election of of- GARDEN TOOLS 1 XOAV is the time to buy Garden Tools. Wfe have a large stock of SPADES TROWELS HAKES HOES ETC. POULTRY NETTING Lii all the Standard sixes. it is no use tidying up your garden and planting seeds and flowers if yon let your own and your neighbor's dogs and chickens run all over it. A n a- i-'ui interested arc coraiallv 4: [occupying ground floor offices 6 Lyceum building. ;f Rev. Lewis G. Wilson, of Boston, i Mass., general secretary of the Uni- jjjtarian Church of the United States, j who has been making ftn extended Jjlour of the Western States, is re- j j turning to Boston by way oi Canada, [visiting Vancouver, Calgary, Leth- j bridge and Winnipeg. He will be here tomorrow (Tuesday) and will speak the Knights of Pythias Hall at S i o'clock upon the "Message of Unitar- inity." meeting is _, St. Augus- S8-3 to attend the session ot the Alberta Educational Association. II. Link, of the Standard Gar- age. Co., returned from Calgary day before yesterday with a Hupmobile. The running time was six hours and twenty-five minutes including stops. This is very good time considering the condition of the roads up north. The. Western Canada Agency has re- CITY AND DISTRICT Earl Kirk ham returned yesterday irom a two weeks' trip to Winnipeg. Paul Madge Ol Thames Road, Ont., one of the most prominent breeders of Lincolnshire sheep in America, and his son, Martin, are in the city foe a few days. Mr. Madge is consider- ing buying land in this district and moving his sheep out here. The Citizen's Club will hold a dance in the Caledonian Hall G. E. Fleming returned to the city on Saturday. J. Glendenning, M.RP., Xauton. is in the city, today. H. E. Wyman, of Magrath was vis- iting in the city yesterday. E- C. Ludtkc of Bow Island was in the city yesterday. Roy D. Freeman, of the Dominion Bank, Grenfell, Sask., spent Easter in the city. Freeman, Macleod and Company are making extensive alterations in ;hcir offices on Round St. An Easter Supper will be held in St. Andrew's Church tonight at half past six. L. M. Johnstone was down from Edmonton over the week end. He re- turned north this morning. The elevator in the Sherlock build- ing is now in working order and start THEKTRES MAJESTIC THE SUMMERS STOCK CO. WITH MISS BELLE STEVENSON IN Prisoner oi War' A Great Southern Comedy Drama Tuesday Night 'The Christian' Prices 25c, seats 11.00. 50c, 75c, box For sale at Red Cross drug LYCEUM A Program Extraordinary THE KAWANAS Oriental Juggling Act SHAYNE KING The Real Hebrew Entertain- ers THE TYRELLS Late of PolSards Lilliputian Opera Co. GERTIE DIXON Refined Banjo, Seng A. Dance FEET MO- TIOX PICTURES Prices 10-25-35-50 ceived two of the Marshall Gasoline eci running this morning. traction engines. The firm's own ex- pert, will be here all summer is expected to arrive in a few davs and for the benefit of theLethbridge superintend the erection of the engines at the Lethbridge Iron Works. men's Relief Society, at the home of Mrs. Bowman, 32-1 Westminster Road. invited, i Silver collection. 88-3 'UNIVERSAL BREAD MAKER J YOU That perhaps you are making a mistake by not getting 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 cf 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. Prom where we sit, it looks like you were passing up a good thing. Linker Company, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phone 523 Eatt Yard, Phone 423 General Phont 323 T I I l I 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 mixes and kneads bread thoroughly in Three Minutes. The hands do not touch the dough. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meegan return- ed yesterday from their honeymoon trip. They visited Vancouver, Seat- tie, San Fransisco and other coast cities. Today, Easter Monday, is a bank holiday. The customs and land of- fices arc also closed. Hans Matscn has taken out a per- mit for a dwelling on Court land St. at a cost, of S3.000. R. A. Van Orman of Taber was amorce the visitors to the cityon Sat- urday. The special services at Westminster Church will he continued every even- ing this week except Saturday, clos-' ing next Sunday. The Church was well filled last night to hear Miss Morton. MARRIED Saturday, March -K. at Wesley church parsonage, by Rev. T. P. Perry, C. Cox and I Miss Evelytn Seely, both of Lethbridge. T f T ADDITIONAL LOCALS ON PAGE SIX BORN Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Smith of Wall work House, North Ward, on Easter Sunday morning, a son. GARDEN TOOLS Child's Sets 35c each Digging Spades 90c each Hoes 50c each Rakes 50c each In fact everything to beaut- ify garden HAYR BROS. PHONE 575 P. O. BOX 27 4 Loaf Capacity 8 Loaf Capacity Stafford Co. 'If YN I'm In! if Tm, IMtt Us" We are just placing in stock a large assortment of Toilet Sets, Dinner Sets, Glasses These will be sold at very low prices as we are overstocked in these lines. The Bentley Company Limited 1 I I i ;