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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I Dalits Hotel i the Most Convenient ajiL..-. 1 Place to Siay S> WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE t The Castle Hotel J The Castle Hotel J Best Dining Room in Southern NEW AND UP-TO-DATE Fine Tools You can't square up a }jlo.ck with a lop- sided plane; saw straight with a buckled saw. or 'a clean hole with a worn-out bit. To do so you must have good tools. I Si if: 1 I Our stock of fCarpenters', Blacksmiths', Bricklayers' and Masons' tools is as complete as you oau find anywhere. Drop in and see us. It is a pleasure for us to show our goods. Call and gat our prices for Furnaces, Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Fitting. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOLESALE RETAIL Redpath Street Phone 702 P. 0. Box KKRU'S PJKOVISIONS ARE THE BEST Al Ontario seed potatoes, 1 1-2 each Oniou tb Lawu grass seed ...'.35c Tb Clover gruss seed ..35c Flower and Vegetable Seeds, all varieties SEEDS ESPECIALLY SELECTED I ft S I'or '.he. Is what you should plant to get ilio bus: results. Our seeds are all Western seeds, consequently the most reliable. SH ea! it I varieties of lawn -grass seed; also sweet peas. Sey ud. on page C. I THE GOOD CO. High Class Croctrs The Store of Quality Geo. Kerf Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetablei and Crockery Phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS New Fiction The Kiugdotn of Slender Swords '_ By H. E. "Rives A Son of the Immortals By Louis Tracy When a Alan Marries By Mary K. Rhinehart Hungry Heart By David 0. Philips The Seventh iNbon By Orin Bartletfc Also a big selection of titles in the reprint editions Cloth 75c. 3 Paper 35o. 3 for SI At the Home .of Good Beading THE'OFFICE STATIONERS 111 MUTIHl WhHn.y Block Type- writer 3? Phone 1265. Strychnine Now is the time to extermin- the destructive GOPIIEB Formaldehyde Sometimes Called Formalin Is the best and most ec- onomical destroyer of smut in grain known today. It does not injure the vital- ity of the seed grain, but tends to hasten germina- tion. It is easier to apply than any other fungmde ands its solution is not affected by alkali water. Price 35c per Ib. Larger quantities 30c Hlberta Drug and Book Co. Prescriptiorj iSpecialistH One ounce of our full strength Strychnine will get rid of double the number of the pests :than cheaper and inferior grades of Strychnine made by unreliable manufac- turers Gold is gold, but Strych- nine may differ by a greav margin. For the best go to J. 0. ligiDbotlup S Co.lM -Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door HEADY TO SUPPLY the building wants of the entire community is how we inventory stock at this lumber yard. SASH DOCKS, WINDOW FRAMES. NEWEL POSTS, KAILIXGS we show a tine line of. A visit to this office before bnildin 01 urea: assistance to you. OUK ESTIMATES ARE SATISFACTOIJY SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 LADIES We have something new, neat and stylish in Blk. Suede> Tan, Grey, Patents and Gun Metal Ankle Strap Tumps and Oxi'ords. W. J. NELSON CO. Formerly Nelson Gpw We should much appreciate a little talk with Homesteaders and Settlers who are coming to make their homes in Sunny Southern Alberta and we feel sure that can interest them in our Stock We carrv every line of For pure ice cream so lo Kavliu's coiiU'ctionory store. It comes direct 'from Spokane. Entire change of picture's tonight at j i lie Eureka. Don't miss it. Colored burlaps, leather wall-papers This year's designs in ceilings, walls and borders. All Stiiunton soods. lied Cross Drug and Book Co All comedy at Uie Eureka. A laugh for everybody. Get the Eureka habit. Get busy, boys, get busy. Your} lady friend wants that beautiful dia- j mond ring at the Eureka on Fri- day night. _ If you should want your girl to sing THE wEATHtR. And to your heart forever cling, H-dmonton, cloudy You could not get a better thing Calgary, fair HARDWARE THAT A FARMER CAN REQUIRE COOKING STOVES FROM to KITCHEN WAKE ENAMEL and TIN 'WARE EVERYTHING FOR THE HOMESTEAD AND THE FARM The McKeown Hardware Co., i I: DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town (LIMITED.) i i 28 34 dear A social will be held in St. Mary's Lethbridge, dec Ward, during Thurs- ftegina, clear day evening, March 31st, at S o'clock j and snow havt> fallen in East- ,when Mr. R- NTimmons will giveaicrn Saskatchewan and Manitoba and on the "Early Days of Mani-j vvjncjs nave been from the north, while 4oba." A good musical programme. eisewhere in the prairie provinces the wili.be rendered by well known localKveather has been fine. Haleni. Mrs. S. Jackson, Mrs. Alex- j jn districts. ander, Miss Kings, Mr. Asquith and Mr. Cooper. Refreshments will also be served. Admission 25c. 90-2 i Than that. Eureka Diamond Ring. INDEPENDENT FORESTERS HELD GOOD MEETING At the last meeting of Court Al- berta N'o. (J59, independent Order of Foresters, J. B. Davies and W. L. Wilson were appointed representatives to the High Court to be held in Cal- gary next May. The vacancies in the v.n, .offices were filled by die election of It has 'been' Jonn A- Lewis as recording secretary and 'Bro. Hick as Junior Woodward. north-west winds, fair antt cool. Saskatchewan and Alberta, fair and milder apain. CITY AND DISTRICT It is understood ihat the Bank of CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. Merton L. Peck will receive for the first time since coming to _. _, ______ .Lethbridge at her home, Thursday jthc property recently acm: Uhe 31st; Bruce Street', then after j_-E Howson at the corni that every fourth Thursday. Bro. R. G. Monroe, Past 'High Chief Ranger, of Nova Scotia, addressed the court and recounted the great progress the order is maJcing over the Dominion and the absolute solidity of its financial structure. The reserve fund was now close to sixteen million THEKTRES Montreal, will rbuild a fine block onidollars- William Taylor of Omemec, N.D., brother of -John Taylor .of the Taylor Milling Co., arrived in the city yes- terda with his effects and Will lo- ired from corner of Tor- ontoand South-Railway Streets, Med- icine Hat. AND DISTRICT An Indian appeared before Inspector .t thc Barracks and was givea one month for being drunk, fourteen cate on the land he recently purchas-j for to where he ROt ;ed in this district j Miss E. Gladys Rice, who has been spending her Easter holidays at her James S. Hood of Macleod is am- {lome) returned to Lethbridge this ong the visitors In the city today. morning to resume her studies in the. S. Ervinc of Taber was in thc city Mat Times. j At the R.N.W.M.P. Barracks C. S. and G. L. N'oblc "are in the Nogy of No. 3, was fined and costs city today I or fourteen days for being drunk and Mrs. Alexander Smith of Buroett' creating a disturbance at the old im- will not receive this coming migration building on Monday. as previously announced. The Caledonian Society will hold a Inspector Belcher, R.N.W.M.P.. Pin- tlance in their hall on Thursday, It decided to iiold a ball about the middle of April in order to give the members an opportunity to get acquainted. Several new members were admitted and several applica- tions were favorably considered. The membership of Court Alberta has in- creased over 200 per cent, during ViCfc t IkJL X W. 1. 11 u, v v i the liquor and one month for supply- the past year, and it is now one of ing liquor to another Indian. The members of St. Patrick's choir ave an Easter entertainment on flourishing fraternal organ- izations in the city. It was also de- cided to admit ladies to membership. MAJESTIC "A Bachelor's I Honeymoon" i "LEAH KLESCHNA" Tuesday evening .in St. Augustin's.------------------------ Hall. There was a .good attendance! STEAMER DAMAGED BY and all enjoyed very much the enter-1 FLOOD ON FRASER taining program of vocal and instru-1 Victoria. March caused mental selections rendered by thc members of thc j E. M. i secretary returned to thc city this I morning. He is consulting with D A Y.M.C. football meeting will be ed to turn out. i held, at the parlors oh Thursday jening at 7.30. Mr." and Mrs. A. J. path St. are spending a few days "in i Medicine Hat. Mrs. Charles Knutsen will receive Y. ;M. C. A. FOOTBALL Crowleyiof Red! All football players wno would like arrived last night. A meeting of the Board of Directors will be held at the Alexandra Cafe at (i.ln o'clock to- night. "MAY- BLOSSOMS" Matinee- Candy and Prizes BACHELOR'S HONEY- MOON" PRISONER OF WAR" LYCEUM SHAYNE KING The Real Hebrew Entertain- ers .THETYRELLS Late of Pollards Lilliputian Opera Co. _ GERTIE DIXON Refined Banjo, Song Dance FEET MO- TION PICTURES ED MELODIES Prices 10-25-35-50 to join the Y. M. C. A. football club are requested ,to meet Thursday by unusually henvy run of ice In the Fraser river jammed the canyon this near Soda Creek, causing the water to raise -to the summer high %vater mark, floated off the new steamer under construction for the British Columbia Express Company, and half completed. Tlhe steamer was badly damaged and may toe wrecked by the ice. A meeting of .the ladies of St. Cyp- rian's parish was held at the home .I. .i. at ,30 in the M. C c.ub rooms. V "T" There was rvniii.si.ii win at ui uue i- with Mrs. Merton L. Peck for the first corner of Burdett and Redpath Sts. ,ns ai4} T j a turnout and the following time since coming to Lethbridge, on, A good turn out is important as plected. Prcsidcnt Mrs> j (Thursday, March 3Ist, Bruce St. j gates are to be appointed to the y y Vice.prcsidcnl't Mrs. j t 1 The Misses Alice and Dorothy Ott i league, STRUCK GAS NEAR WARNER returned, this; morning from i where, they have been visiting rela- i lives for the last three months. I M I'" The Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet InL II PI I if on Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock.! i at' tur nOuic of Westminster Road. j Gus. Ncidig will hold an auction i sain of waggons, -and harness j son Saturday, April 2nd, at 2.30 DID IT EVER OCCUK TO 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 of every one of-these articles just -the same as there is ir other gods you purchase. And that there la always more or less difference in 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 nof buying here. From where wo sit, it looks like you were passing up a good thing. Inter dsipisi, Liaitri i ACADlA BllOCK North Yard, Phorw ,523 i in ihc cilv corralls. Anyone 'wishing! X to cntor anything in the "above lino j rcan do so, on or before the dav T '-sale. The Best Remedy For Coughs and Colds BREAD MAKER mixes and kneads bread thoroughly in Three Minutes. The hands do not touch the dough, Gcnerirt S23 M'MIIHUt Ht M t II Johnston's Pectoral Balsam give free sample bottles of this to those who have not tried It. Call and ask for one. I Bert Simpson; Sec'y.-Trcas., Mrs. L. j P. Smith. Two committees were1 iorrfK-d Visiting committee, for the purpose of visiting the sick; a welcome committee, for thc pur- i pose ol" welcoming strangers in church and of calling upon all in the parish