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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta �'t' + + + + + + + + + + 1� 4. FREE BUS TO A!.!. TRAINS -J. $ Hotel Windsor J + �!( �1.25 a Day Hottl In 4* tAlberta >{. 4. ^ ,|. .t. 4, ^ 4. .J. .J. ^. A lie Lethbrldge Daily Herald + WHEN IN klTMBRIPai Jfi % The Dallas Hotel t 4> U th� BMt and M�tt Cenvwh � I* Itnt Plaea to Stay , ji + + + * + ! ! + + + + + No Trouble to Show and easy to see. The Corbin Unit Lock is equipped with knobs and escutcheons at the factory and goes to you as a single piece without disturbing the adjustments. You see it just as it will appear on your dcor. It fairly bristles with good points. Let us tell you about theuii mj liick-Sehl Hardware Co. TWK viAAAnivm) rm:sro\ stkawukkiuks Tin: Cl.AKKS SKi:i)IJ\(J STKAWHI^KHIKS tnmi Nelson 1 AX( Y lU\(i ('1II:KKII:S in lOIb. n(>\i:s 1 nmi l(l:iho. IM;ic�' \ (iiir (irdci-s I'nr prcscrviiio--NOW I'lTstdii 1�orri('s, Price per casi" .................. .1^3.40 C'iTs(on Bt'i'i'ios. price per luislvel...................lor \t'ls(Mi Hors'ios. price per ci\se................... if^WM't >.('lso;5 r.ei'rioiiiti'('iUM'i'lcs, price p This week is the time for prese'ving strawberries as they are now at the height of the aeaton Price also is ns low as it will be for good berries. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AMD CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE A RETAIL MAIN STORE ROUND ST. � '�25 OUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE  - ear Tfii: wi:.\Tiii:u ;�, .11'' '1 '-Icir ....... v\'.,r .......... 'ill ri � �l.-, '!. ..-[..Miv ...... 70 III i'.-:: I- I i,r.. clear ... .. us '>! IS r '.1 :!.�>!.1 H.iir .... . ,. (in S;l ' i.ur ........ ,. lii; .-.1 \i ii- I'Mifin, c'.cir .. .. 70 11 li" cli'.il' ............ .. f.S IS .51 .Anprlii'. I'loudy ...... .. 110 IS :2i Mil lew . cloiif'v ... .. 7:. IS Get your CROQUET SETS, HAMMOCKS, BASEBALL and TENNIS Goods at ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK fl�8T DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 126�. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS ' Till- \>c.!il;cr ui M:uutiilui has hern j ijuiir \\;i;in. 111 Saskatchewan iiinre lull.!.': aii'l in parU of .\lhcrta (. n'. S',it!pii'ii shnucrs in" rain have ; fallen in cacli ol the iiraine proviiie- I F(ii;r:cA.STS : ^V\nitoha-riear-i ii;c ami enol ; Wediiosflav fair Sa'-"atehe\van anil .Mlierla-Kair tO(t;i\- and (in Tliiirsriav, with stationary nr a little hic;her tenipcratiirp. CITV AND DISTIUCT Rubber Goods For Summer Use Rubber Goods for summer use in quite a different assortment than what you'll find liorc for oilier seasons. Our stock proves that we are strictly up to date, have everything that's wanted, and all freshly imrch-ised for the season's trade. Your ueeds cau bo quickly supplied here. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 IT WORKS LIKE A KODAK. 2 A Folding Pocket Brownie A truly pocket camera for 2 1-2 by 4 1-4 pictures, loading in daylight with Kodak films. Capacity, 12 oxiKJsures without reloading. Finest quality Meniscus Achromatic lens of o inch focus. Pocket automatic sUuttor for snap shots or instantaneous exposures. Two tripod sockets. Automatic focusing lock and reversible finder. Handsomely made-full nicklo fittings. PRICE $7.00. Othar Browniea $1.00 to $12.00. Kodaks $10.00 to $65.00, Aak Us About Them. JACKSON & COPE SHERLOCK BLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Succesaora to JOHNSTON & JACKSON. PHONE 1232. WE WILL. BE ON THE JOB WHEN YOU WANT IT -All linos of building material-quality right-prices right.-- (423 THREE TELEPHONES-(;i2a (523 Call us up, we want you satisfied. Rogers - Giinningham lumber Co., limited C^FICE; ACADIA Bl OCK-YAROS AT WESTMINSTER RD. & C. P. R. TRACK-YARDS AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. Goodyear Auto Tires Some (ioodycnr Sumlries lliat save liiu(>, trouble and dollars to every autoiuobilo owiier- REPAIR OUTFITS-- -PROTECTION PATCHES- -RIM CUT PATCHES-TIRE PLASTERS-PATCHING CEMENT Etc CARRIED IN STOCK. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. p. O. BOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 581 Dr Hn\ d. Meriicine I'al's mcrtical ; health nll'ecr. has reigned. ! Cieo Uow.'ioti has been appointed .\?~es'.or at :\!eilicinc Mat. j Hihle sillily nf .^t Paul's First Lu-j Ihcriin cinircli Weiliiesday a*. S p. in. I.iMlier I.oatue �l'h"T?rriay af"s"p.ni. , The lll'iM'n Milliiit; Company re-; |i(iri t'lat the farmers are denianilin!; a Rieat aiiiMiinl of .seed at present. llotMin A- Leader liave hreti awarded '!'e cniiiracl for the new wine: to the (.'ii.sninpolitan Ilolel at Medieino ll.it. If wentlier conditions perniii , the Mii.ers' Haiul will liolri an open .lir, (�'�niert on'fialt Park on Friday ev-; eninu: :>t S V^ Tliere v.ill he a special mcetinc; ol tlie nio.ldevs' Kxeliance lomoirmv ev-eiiiiii'; in their olTice.s in the Oliver lU.iclc Reports reachinc: the city from fat-1 iijCIS in Missouri aii'l [larls of Minne-. sola tell of very unfavorable crop; roiidilioiis lliere. | I) 1. Iiavis and Morris Quain. late! of Ci aiihrook. R. C, whore they al.so have a huic electrical business have purch.ised the hiisiiicss ol .Jiiije (iary, Me'heiiie 1 lal Iv X. Wakelv, formerly of Loth-^ briihre, is hnildinn: a tin shop and | dwellins; house. It will be two ..ilunla\ Tho'-e li\ine; in the east j.ait of tiivii will n.vet at tlie l.or.ie of Rev, (liaiit at 2 p in. Others uill Miect near 'he l.e!hbrid,u;e I'.leam Laundry al 2 iO p in. It is St,lied on ^iiiiil aiilhovit\ that a iiroi'iiiieiil yoiiiuj lady of the cilv v.ill nial e niii' (if Die ni);lit.s with i'loi ifessor I'lly in his tlvinn ^iniichine iJicn j he inal cents. KiO-t li Noll don't enjoy a hearty laugh, don't eoine lo the Riireka this week, for that I'U!;, The Mop Lady, is a SL'roa m. j\ niui'.her of hoys from the.Y.M. ('..\ went fur a hike yesterday down to the river hot torn and had a fine tiice. At eveiy liike, especially when tlie Scouts are present, a number of their games are pla\ed, siviiig the bovs an ilisi^lit to scouliim. 'I'he i.;^4nies yestenhii. crveatly pleased the f^ovs. BORN IIROWN-At LUIS London Road on  Inly llh, to Mr. and Mrs. .1. U. liruwn, a sun. .A. L Foster had a samj'le of early .Miv 11 winter wheat in'ihe city today. It is not very loii.c,, but is fairly well headed out and ought lo go 20 bushels 10 the acre .Since the rains, new growth appears at the roots-an un-tisii.il occiirrence. Mr. Foster's late Sown winter wheat proniises a line yield. The corner stone of the First Lutheran I'ollege to he established in Canada was laid on lloininion day at t'anirose Hon C. R Mitchell, minister of education, being present at the ceremony, and speaking upon the significance of the educational niove-inrnt among Iho .Scandinavian citi-zcn.s of Canada. n. Itirie, farmer and stockman of Magrath, was in the city en route to the Calgary fair Mr Kirie, who was one of the most prominent exhibitors at the Lethhridge Kxhibition last year, intends showing a great deal of grain and a considerable number of his pure-bred stock at the fair again this season. The crops at Magrath are looking splendid, said Mr. Ririe, and the weather is ideal. .\ case of considerable interest was tried before Captain I'arker at Medicine Mat Charles Wallers and Mert, Kane, of Rrooks, were charged with fratidv.lenlly holding and concealing a hay gelding, valued at S2no, the property ot Mr. A. V. Day. The accused were arrested by Corporal (ireen and Constable Hiindy on .Iiine 2r)th H. H. Hlanton, of Hassano, was also connected with the case, but he has been out on bail. The men were committed tor trial. A meeting of the guarantors, members of the Hoard of 'I'rade, of a S2,-ono fund to cover the contract with Prof. Kly, the world-famous birdman, who will pay Lethhridge two or three fiyiiii; visits on llie Llth inst., was held in the mayor's nlhce on Mon-dn>- afternoon President Hatch occupied the chair. One committee only was appointed, consisting ot i\!essrs, Manwaring and .Sago, who have given sole uTanagoment of the preparatory work necessary (or bring inp the aiFman's visit to a succcs.s-fill issue, and they are to work under Ihe ad\icc of the guarantors The price of admission was not fixed, but as usual, small children will be ad mitted free President Kckstorm of the Agricultural Society, who attended the meeting by invitation, announced that his society would give a dance in the main building on the evening of the same day, and that, as is ciisloiuary in the west, the ladies could dance free gratis. 'I'he price of the (lance lickel is not fixed as yet. \'ice-Presidcnt, ot the Hoard Trade, suggested the pooling of what ever profit or loss there might be on the two events by the two societies, but nothing was decided on, as the guarantors of $2,000 did not feel justified in bringing the Agricultural .Society in tor any loss, it such should occur. 1-1 of REGRET OVER CHIEF KILKENNY'S DEATH Calgary, ,Iuly 4.-There were over thirty delegates In attendance at the opening of the sixth annual convention of Ihe Western Canada Plre-> man's Association this morning. The i guests were welcomed by .Mayor! .Mitchell and under the guidance of | Cliiof liuchanan in the presidential chair, the convention got down to business without any delay, A report wn� read from the credential committee and several letters wtrn read from chiefs who were unable to attend, which included Chief White of Regina, Chief Melhutah of Brandon anil others. A resolution of condolence was passed over the death of Chief Kilkenny, Lethhridge. At Iho afternoon Bession several Inter-estln.t; papers were read on fire topics after which the party wont for n drive as guosts of the city. A block was sold on Portage aieniio Winnipeg, to Knlrwenther and Company., for $100,000 or $4,000 per loot trontaite. VALUES In our Ladies' Shoe Dept. TAX CALF IJUTTOX SHOE High heel, neat toe, comfortable fitting ahoe, price .........85 PATENT BUTTOX SHOE Dull Kid Top, medluiii shaped toe. a neat dressy shoe ......M.60 LADIES' ANKLE STRAP PUMPS High heej, plain toe, patent leather buckle .-13.50 VICI KID Three hole lace Oxford military heel, 'medium weight sole aplendld itreet shoe, price ........9S.7t TAX riiMl� In Vlcl Kid single sole, ankle strap, medium heel, plain, price $3,S0 These are all the well known MrPHERSOX SHOES Noted for their high grade workmanship, durability and atyl*. The Bentiey Co^. Ltd. WHEN NOAH BUILT THE ARK He had to cut liis own lumher. But when the modern XOAH wants to build a modern house he can get his lumber cut and dried from the Riverside Lumber Co. Ltd. Best selection and prices in town.. Don't forget, we have our own mills and our office is opposite the Ellison i'lour Mills. Phone 454. BRANCHES AT-Diamond City, Magrath, New Dayton, Langden, Strathmore, Baaaano-2 yard* and Saah and Door Factory In Calgary LitBil ROCHON'S Wlileula PURE ICE CREAM-NEVER WAS EQUALLED Why we aell pure Ice cream: White Labor only employed in making our Ice cream. Because we get the finest cream in the country. Because we have had fifteen years' experience In Ing Ice cream. Becauae we sell more ice cream than anybody elae Wait ot Winnipeg. Our fountain la the latest and most sanitary that can be bad. We have the reputation and we are going to keep Jt. Quaker Bread "ConicK to you Ircsh every day-clean, sweet and dainty." MADAM:-Life is too short and QUAKER BREAD too good tor you to spend your time In a hot kitchen baking. Jmt phone 1087 lor a sample loaf and find out how good QUAKER BRCAD really li. GILMORE 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Economy in the Housetiold SAVIXG IX FLEL, SAVIXG IX EX ERG Y SAVIXG IX FEELIXGS -BLUE FLAME OIL COOKIXG STOVES- Represent the Highest Development of Kerosene Cooking Devices. Equipped with cabinet and oven. -SAFETY GASOLIXE STOVE-(jlive I'erfect Results in Cooking without the intense heat of the range. All of One, Two or Three lUirnors. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER STH ST. AND 4TH AVE,, LETHBRIDQE. ;