Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
idge Daily Herald Hotel Wlad tort t146 a D.y Hottl lit FNCElUt TO ALL TRAINS Have yet? __ missing a lot of real pleasurei inHaving your eatables cool and and have long season's use and benefit of it. including all sizes and styles and of the very construction. Prices Cream. Make You don't have to pay 'an extrav- AgtnU for thirwIn-WHIitmi Ready Mixed Paint Hick-Sehl WHOESALE A RETAIL PHONE O.; BOX S70 five iptclaf attention to, mail ordtrt Going Some A new cook by Eei Beach The Wild Olive By author of Inner Shrine. Lady Morton By Mrs; Humphrey The Rosary by Florence Barclay. The best books of "the sea- always on sale mfflBTSOH'S BOOKSTORE Ntw WWtniy Black Af into fir Undirwofld wrtttr Phone 1285. EVERCTHING FORTBDEiATH BIJTTHEWATEK -Hisinbotham- and Co. carry range Sponges, bath salt, toilet am-' monia and eVerythins; for the bath. oDEOforL '._, ASter-the batli use. KERB'S .-.FOB" GROCERIES' PROVISIONS 'TEAS COFFEES ;FRUITS V Quality' tits Best and' Prices the Lowest in The Store of Quality .KerriCo. Groceries, Fruit, Vtgttablat and Crocktry YOUBMIRROK OJSXY KEFLEGTS WHAT CONTItONTS IT Are you satisfied with that t reflection? Try our cold cream as a toilet massage, then take look. Tou can thank us any time. The price? Oh, say 25 cents. Ninety-three Tt is perfect and guaranteed give satisfaction or your money back at J. D Jlpbotol Co. ltd Family and, Dispensing Chemists Night and Day .Telephones; No. Nigbt Bell On Front-Door BUSINESS LOCALS Four.artists on the bill to-iugflt at the Eureka. Hurry, hurry, hurry. :'to tie under- will start a stage line to run from Pincher; 'Creek to Watertoh Lakes, commencing July.5th.! Regular stage every Tuesday, starting from Pincher Creek-at'9 :a.m.'Upon appli- cation we wiLL meet tlie "train for any time .notice ,is given." Best .roads and easiest and cheapest .route.. Ad- dress Haggard, Twin Butte, Alta." _ F.X.. .Whitney Co., Real Estate and Financial Brokers, moved. their .office from 414 Round street, and now r occupy more commodious quarters in the "Whitney Block, office i rooms 11 and 12. :V 171T2 Call up Grown Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Burdett streets, site. rC; v 'i72-o Complete, change pi program -to- HOME-GROWN now If you for preferring., arriving daily., California Peaches, plums and Apricots -are full supply of 'fresh .fruit and vegetables.' Wholesale and Retail in We Prompt Delivery I On night, at 'the new' peo- ple and up-to-date moving pictures. F. :L; Whitney Co., ,Real Estate and Fin'ancial r Brokers, '-have mo vbd ,their office from 414 Round street, and QOW occupy more commodious quarters in the W-bitney Block, office rooms 11 and 12. 171-2 See us for lots Jin the new growing town of Winnifred. Special induce- j meats ofiered to those who .will build Two 6-Roomed Houses Sewer Phbhe 454 THE WEATHER Edmonton, clear, clear clear Regina; "fair 72. 78" 81 75 96 at once. The. George M. Hatch Land Co., 316 Round street. Brandon, clear peg, Arthur, cloudy -Some scattered rains and thunder- .storms have occurred, principally in Manitoba, but; the. weather generally throughout- the .prairie provinces has CITY AND DISTRICT The voting. on the .gas and MMV JH j 1 -jby-laws takes place next -Dt. Ives ias. returned'., from a should a month's trip to the east. _ self vith the purpose of Phi Vihert, inspector .of western and vote, branches of the Union Bank of. Can- ada, is in the city. Ray S. Kelley, representing Min- other Monday. In Manitoba- ligh, temperatures axe" recorded, farther more moder- ate. Manitoba and. Sas-. fair and: Trarm, but some :thunderstdrrQS" to-day, and on Wednesday. and warm to-day and on'Wednesday. b7_laws- ard's Liniment is in the city and reports sales are increasing.' Aid, Malcolm Haitiday, of Calgary, is in the city to-day the -guest of his daughter, Mrs. Horace Ford. W. C. Ives went to Calgary yester- _ St. Cyprian's Sunday, school holding its first annual picnic afternoon- on the river botton. is fhis An has day to attend the caucus of: provin- ido11 road nic-grounds- interesting program of events been arranged by "Rev. W. V. McMil- len, as superintendent of- the school. About, sixty or seventy of the mem- bers or the school together with a number'of their parents, met on.Lon- were 'taken to the pic- [Cial Conservatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hayr leave for .the old country on Thursday. They expect to return to the West in a few months' time. .Messrs. A. Barnsley, R. V. Gib- bons and L. L. Asquith, left on a to Calgary this after- noon. Mr. and R. L. 'Nickerson left this, morning for Edmonton. Mr. Nickerson has secured a position on the staS of a large real estate I Srm. Visitors to the Bnrdett Fourth, of i ilherta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1..." i i. tyr. lETHBSiefiE i Do not forget to tdk up nmto- __ p al'gas ny-law and vote ,or it nest July fi-wj Monday. W. 0. Lee, of Cardston, this morn- ing sent into 1ST. EL Murray, propri- etor 6t the Alexandra Hotel, .a. mountain trout' over three feet in length and weighing 15 pounds. The fish, probably the largest and finest CITY AND DISTRICT A son. was born on Saturday, July 2nd, to Const A, C. Brown and Mrs. Brown, Barnes street.. L: M. Johnstone left the city, yester. day- for Edmonton, to actsid the ses- sions of the A. G-, W. Waterways. -W. R. McKenzie, accountant at the Royal Collieries, has returned from the east, ng. n i _, _ i wou Ait the police co.urt .this afternoon. _ __ vcaught by Mr. Lee near his camp :bn the Wat erton Lakes. It is on view in the office of the Alexandra. L: OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our Customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square deal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only Did for TOUR pat- ronage. Well' give you the nest of everything at the best .prices. And that's about all anybody can do. -Wnen you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fai1 to come in and get our prices That's all we .asfc-'Jwsi ge' our prices. If we can't snov.- 3-011 the advantage in buy hove, then don't buy from us. logers-CunninghU! tebBP Coinpany, Limited BLOCK N o irt .P A8S.'-' j of heavy showers the preceding night, from Bow Island, Whitla, and points in a northerly direction. Samples of spring grain were quite 'in evidence, fairly good ones, too, while a gener- al feeling of hope seemed to pervade the whole assembly. PHONES: Day 1232 Try a bottle of En os Fnrit Salt this hot weather. It Same time rhiiik of us. Prescription Druggists I__ Lethbridge, was sent to the. barracks for- three months with hard labor. The evidence showed .that he ad been' .neglecting to fam- ily, and for a considerable time-past they have been depending upon charity for their existence. Irl Dawson and B. known young local real estate-men, have, taken the exclusive agency of the Rosedale Addition to Tacoma, for the Mason Land Co., the owners. I They are selling .the property in the jcity at present and will leave in a few days for Tacoma, selling in the inter- vening towns. life partner. .They were an office'in recently married at Portage I A_t the city, council last night Geo.' W. Robinson, secretary sV cured leave of absence to go to Eng- land. He will leave at the end" of the present-month, and pick up Mrs. and Master Jim at-Toton- to, where they are at present visit- .CITY AND DISTRICT Mayor Adams left this-afternoon for Calgary and. inci dentally to'size exhibition build- ings1 :there. "'.He.expects to, return on Thursdayl Eldon Bamett, a "C. P. employee was arrested this afternoon 'on a. ,w'ar- rant -issued, here' charging him. with stealing fit. is alleged 'by Hall and Keefe, .contractors, that Barnett held Jn., 'for them a cheque for ?255 arid 'that "he yesterday cashed the cheque and skipped-out to-" Calgary. The Indian Blackstone was sentenced Mounted Police' Bar- racks before Inspector West "'yester- afternoon. on. a charge of being drunk. The accused was a month :in the barracks. John ;.E..WeUs, "grain. is. to- day on .a trip to Stirling ,and New Dayton to view the crop, situation, and to visit his farm midway-between the two. D. L. Kimhall- left, via his auto-this morning for where he will spend a couple -of days, .combining business and pleasure. C. S. Morse, formerly "of Calgary, travelling agent of the West. Div. of the has recently opened, up "huilding of the is residing at the Victoria Mansions. H. B. salesman for tie..Lethbridge branch, of the Massey-Harris Co., '.Ltd.; arrived in the yesterday afternoon, .He soon be'transferred to 'the north- part of the province. If you are thinkin0 of buying a D. _ or an Ice Cream Freezer, get our price and see the goods. U HAD BETTER Sta'fford-Agnew Co. 'If on live ol towm Miss Ethel: MacLean, .who has been spewing some time, with: Miss V. returnee'W'-Hillcrrov tins afternoon. Last evening the Moisted Police Hardware ;in a Baseball "game by a score that stood 10-8, at the end of nine ..in- nings. It was a fast, exciting game. The batteries were For the Police, Wade and for the'liardware men, Wedd and Robinson.' Gus Neid- ig efficient umpire. -Boys playing in Dundurn Park, Hamilton, found' the leg of a woman in a canvas bag, and it is believed it was stolen from a dissecting room. CABB'S BISCUITS AJRE GOOD BISCUITS WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF THESE ENGLISH ilSCUITS USE ICE CREAM powtiEiats In five flavors Jor Delicious Ice Cream 1 k iaaaocK i v iner PAMILV GROCERS REDPATH' STREET PHONE 515 WE HAVE A LOT OF Which We Are Now Selling at ,YBAXLS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd; :T; P.UFFERIN- AND ROUND STREETS SHIP r The Regal and Queen Quality and pair We handle the largest and widest range of Shoes in Southern Alberta Experts in charge of Repair Department. Ladies' Shoe Shine in Connection Ling's Daily Hardware News "YOUR OPPORTUNIT 4 carloads of nardware are to be delivered at store "this week. "We want room for it We have room for.it So we will mark such low prices on. goods, ..that dealing here at, this store -will save you "money." Pails reduced to .25C Each Ketitles, copper bottoms, reduced to 55c Each .No. 9 Tea Kettles, copper bottoms, reduced to 65c Each Coat Hangers at the ridiculous price of 10c Each Ice .Cream Freezers ..75c to 90c Each .Tea plated, good; quality .....25c per Dozen Desert Spoons, plated ......50c per Dozen Star Cooking Stoves, 4 holes, ;'and large oven, while they last, out _they go at __ Each The above prices are only a few of our many Bargains. Come with the crowds' to H. LING "SUCCESSOR TO hJAYR BROS." REDPATH ST. OPP. THE SQUARE PHONE 575 P. 0. BOX 307 Wholesale Special Attention Given to Mail Orders HOT WEATHER NEEDS We all know it Is hot and we are aU trying .to keep cool. Let us help you to be cool. Here are a few helps to keep comfortable. SHIRTS Men's fine mercerized shirts in pale blue, mauve and ..grey, Scat siltt stripe Men's -fancy shirts in a neat stripe, all. sizes, collar Men's fancy shirts with reversible collar, all good colors and-big assortment COLURS and TIES A huge assortment of ladies' fine wash col- lars including the CHANTECLER collar from 30c WAISTS- No need to be warm these hot days. We can supply your needs with white muslin waists. Neat check, all Fine muslin only.......................90c Many other lines up to Genuine Panama hats. No better value made at ?7.oO and .i Each Fine light felt hat. The wind does'nt blow them oft Aay color, arid ail swes 12.25 Light summer sox, in black, 2 for 25c Fancy weaves, 3Sc, 3 for Tan or black, ....20c, or 3 for 50c entley Company, Ltd.