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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PMCI TO ALL TRAINS -ft Hotel Winder J 11.28 Hottl In Alberta j; WHIN IN LBTH The li Mi MM i i lent to Stay tDM Httol MAIN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 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 door. It. fairly bristles with good points. Let us tell you about them. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. iiift1'Strawberries will soon lio at on .end tor Ihle year. Every berry In good shape today. 1'ltlCK FOH OK1CSTON case I'lilCU PKK 1IA3KBT '..'.'...................15e A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Fruits Vegetables FOR TOMORROW AND SATURDAY FANCY DING ]ier cnso CAL1KORNIA Ib...........20c CAI I FORMA Ib...........20c CALIFORNIA Ib.........-----20c HIPB Ib................25c Per basket ..............................75c GKEUN GOLDEN' WAX NEW. Ills, for 25c Metcnlt's Ilijrli Grade Chocolates This Is a now lino which has huvor before been- offered' to the public of Lethlirlitae. The most sli'liijiont mullUHlH arc In tho muiiufactitro of those goods to Iwve them, made absolutely pure mul-'cloan. We'invite your Inspection' of Iheso goods. PRICES FOK THE- Runie. po'r Ib. from Good's Delicious; The sumo nil tho today and to- morrow, and as long: as In business. You'll want nioro if you eat It.onc'e. fruits In BUiuwn. and other THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS DUFFCRIN ST. ICECREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY tRANCH WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONE M7 Get your CROQUET SETS, HAMMOCKS, BASEBALL and TENNIS Goods at ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK flRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 126J. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Rubber Goods For Summer Use Rubber Goods for summer use In different -assortment than what you'll find here for other seasons. Our stock proves that are strictly up to d.ite, that s wanted, and all freshly purchased for the season's trade. Your needs can be quickly supplied here. -T ALBERTA DRUG CO. SPECIALISTS. PHONE 77Z No. 3 A Folding Pocket Kodak THIS IS A BEAUTY Takes pictures 3.14 s 5 1-3 inches. Capacity 10.exposures. Weight, .41 ozs. Double combination lens, rapid rectilinear, focal length 6 1-2 inches, ball-bearing shutter, two tripod "sockets, bril- liant reversible fmder with hood, automatic .focusing lock PRICE S20.00 We carry a full line of all photographic, material. Leave your .films Wth to he developed and> printed. Every order promptly attend- JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Suceeiiort W JOHNSTON, A JACKSON.' BLOCK. PHONE T232. Building Season is on. It's time: to consider your material purchases. LUMBER AXD BUILDING MATERIALS kinds. We deliver in the city. Cheap price. Quality the best. (423 THREE (523 in or Call Us Rogers-Conningiiam Lumber Limited PCFIOE: ACADiA WESTMINSTER RD. C. P: R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. Vault Doors Mosler Heavy Safes Meilink Office Safes House and Wall Safes Carried in stock by Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, r o. icx 170 324 SIXTH ST. S. 581 AND D1ST1UCT ciyr Simmons is down froti? Cal- gary (or the day. The charge sheet at police court (his morning was blank, anil Magis- trate Hall lias another pair of white gloves coining to him A contract has been let- for the erection of a substantial building "at Croston for the Bank ot Commerce, 31 x 10 Edgar Hawlcy and Spencer Owen, students of Minnesota-State College, are in the, city for their holidays. The hitter is a son of H. H. Owen, owner of the Owendale farm, south of Spring Coulee. Rev. John H. Beasley, H.A., B.D. Dean of Mount Royal College, Cal-; garv, will occupy the pulpit of Wes- j lev church morning and evening, to- morrow All members of L- 0. L. .IfifiS will meet at the Oddfellows Hall toraor- i row morning at 10 o'clock for church parade- Services will be-held at Kno church. All visiting brethren-arc wel- come. One of the trenching machines t he used on- the storm svslcn bv Contractor Boyd, arrived.m th city last night from St. Paul. Th freight and duty alone, on the ma- chine amounted to over A Boy Scout's camp will he Opened jo.t the Waterton Lakes, on July 10th, direction of the Itev. C. C'rcighton, M. .A., Missionary in charge of the southern ac- cording to the Maclcoif Advertiser The lads of his patrol are looking for ward, eagerly to the outing Tranbrook Herald G.'TL Mackie, civil engineer, at present in charge of the sewerage works at -Glcichen Alta., 1ms hcen appointed residenl engineer in woils m_this citj hv tno Gait En- gineering and will arrne in town in the course of The 0. W. a large sale of farm lands in. the-.Warner dis- trict during the week 0 T Lath rop, the resident manager oi the com- pany there ate fine pros pects foe big business in farm lands this iall, as Vlherta is at- tracting ihe American farmer more strongly than ever, Today the Excelsior Cafe-was tak- en over by Peacock Snelgrove, two widely experienced caterers, .who will conduct a high class place.- These men have been connected- with- lead- in? Jioteis'as chefs and the businiss thoroughly., Thcy..will em ploj white help onh Mr Peacock brother of Chas. Peacock; Vthe wen hnonn scLrctary treasurer of Stafford Village. The Macleod .Sta- tion Agent Stephens, of the CPU, leit yesterday for Mexico, m which FRUIT JARS and RUBBER RINGS Mason Pint Quart Li cm Pint Quart %-Gallon Quick dolixciy. SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAM BROS 3IS.SixthSt counin he will spend two or three -necks i-fe goes by oi the coast and will be accomoamed by his bro- ther Mr" vStephens is much inter- ested in Mexico- and; may purchase, land and become a citucn of the sou- thern republic I McRndc, of Kiph Rner, is relieving ML Stephens The Cranbrook Herald saj-i Manv friends -Ihroughout, ;Kast .Kooienay will learn with pleasure that Vic. Rollins, loimulv one of the piopnc- tors of tlu: Hotel Cninhroiilf, in this citv, has seciireil one of the largest and most centrally located hotel build in the city of: Vancouver, a htiil'Mng affording accommodation, for of two hundred guesls Ibis is now being re-arranged to nit the rcquiiemeiil'" of the trade Me Rollins will cater for Mrs. Dr. Tughan, after a lingering llness, died at .Grassv' LaKi1.. She was a flatigliter of'E. T. .Smith, col- lector of Inland Ottawa, and had resided in Cirassy I.nkn for three veirs Dr 'I nghan is at prcs- in the city his sislci, Vifs Alien Tiiglmn IMS the sympathy of his many friends in the city in bis recent bpreavpment-. Since (he first of the vrar he hss-Utst !iss whole family, his wife and two little children. US SOLDonSUNDAYS This has: been our TUII for near- ily quarter 'of keep the tute for vi Please no't'e cliarige' in Sunday and Hoi- iday hours. 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. 4 P.M. to 5 P.M. 5 P.M. to 9 P.M. For other urgent calls use phone 822 or Night Bell. ltd Family and DlspeDBtps ChemiaU Night and Day Teleplionea No. 322 Night Bell; Door BTJSrVESS JLOCAL8 Now is your time to get fixtures at your own price-at the Brcmner Electric Co. Old Hill'Block 4th S 172-3 Everybody wants to see Mop so tonighf will be '.otir clianrc, as Al is putting it on again b) .special request, at the Eureka J E Clarke cleans and presses clothes Shop in rear oi new Balmor- al Block f 169-6 HOOR VY That big laughing Mop at the Eureka tonight. Cfo to 'the Brcmner Electric' 'Jo; tor in electric fixtures Old Pih Block, Hh S ..72-J show, you some real pic Lines nt the Curpka tonight, bu( not original Coronation pictures Old papers for sale at HcraM Of- cc. Ctll 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and agc delivery. OUico 327 Hound St. jou hear then 1% (la, Ha, ind shniit hooray; tonight at.thc'I'jtj- rel-a, will know that Mop is on and cieitliod) is, laving a jolfy-t-imc. During the past week Lflffingwell Lhan disposed of and onc-IiSlf Kectipns of farm-land to partici f CIT1 AND DISTRICT A creamery will be Iiuilt at Clares holm at- once. Wo'rk wys commenced this week oi the. new, Union Bank building a Clarcsholm. Olnei, H Pilling and W Mc- Donald left yesterday afternoon 01 tlic'local for Cu.lgary. They will re turn by auto on Sunday The three 1.0.O.K. lodges of this :ity will meet together on Mondav evening at eight o'clock in Reding's 11-all, North Letlihridee. Church, of Convbeare, Church ind McArthur, left last night for the where he will spend the rest of this month, visiting Chicago, Tor- onto, New York and other eastern joints. Nnnton News -Kate McKay, teacher-'of Sun Prairie school, and her sister, Miss Jean Ma- jrrath, and brother, W. K. McKay, of the Union Bank at Piiichcr Creek, lire spending their vacation on a bro- ther's ;homestead; north of- Bassauo I hey stopped oVer Sunday in Nan- ton with their "Mrs. R. C Nanton N'ews M. Shaw re- turned Tue'sda-' 'from Athabasca Land ing. -He says selling high at tlu- Landing, hubinesb properU be ing hel'd'at and a and residence lots a mild and a halt back-can he got- for Atha'uasca Landing is a. village of a Bo nt 500 pop illation, hut these prices-are based on the future. D. -J. Whitney, the farmer who ha made Let lib ridge famous, is raising this rear go abou. six to the hisktt, at that was the kind he asJterl the Herald to sam- ple yesterday: They were beauties in app_eiirance, tasted luscious, and are said a1 pick 13J Iwxcs eicrj few rtajs and the crop will last a couple o efts Air and everyone who knows his garden, will bear him out. believes that tins countrj idea! for small'- fruits. ''Strawberries are invariably a good crop. "All thej need is cave and attention- in-'kccping thcpi-frec from weeds, and they wil pay profitably to the raiser. AT STARLAND The Starland will show the coronation pictures today at the mat- inee" and performances. These films were taken especially for the' Starland circuit and right up to the usual standard of these popular houses. They were taken from spec- ial positions and record the great event in a most striking manner. It would be impossible to give a descrip- tion of the brilliant processions and ceremonies shown true to life in these Tvondeiful pictmen Clear of their .Majesties and tbc many great statesmen and noblemen ara obtained and great interest will bo centred on 'Uie ..Canadians andi Canadian contin- gents that have heen so; popular, in the pld country, throughout the coro- nation festivities The. management have gone to con- siderable trouble'to get the pictures liere at such an -early date and are to .be complimented on neBs in placing them before their pat: rons at the matinee today. They iilao announce that usual pi-ices win rule, -liie and JOc. Everyone should take; ,this opportunity to see this ROBERTSON OF CALGARY WILL ESCAPE GALLOWS Ottawa, July Cabinet Coun- cil today commuted the death ien- lence of Thomas Cal- rary, under death sentence for the mtirjcr of a rancher, to life Im- prisonment, J, 0. Tebo will hung-on I health of July, no recommendations having been made in his case. BORN 800' William "slrwl, .clhhrlrtgc; to, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. tarher, 4 son. SATURDAY Neckwear Dutch Collars and Jabots in many pretty designs. Regular 35c. Special Price 30c. Regular 30 c. Special Price 25c. Wash Belts Neatly embroidered belts In plain and scollaped 'edge. Regular SOc.1 Special Price 25c. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. WHEN NOAH BUILT THE ARK He Ii'ad'to cut liis own lumber. But when the i modem NOAH to build a modern house he can get, his lumber cut and dried from the Riverside Lumber Co. Ltd. I l Best selection and prices in town. Don't for- e have our own mills and our office is opposite the Ellison Hour Mills. Phone 454. BRANCHES City, Dnyton, Ltngdon, ind Door Factory In Cilgnry OTHER PEOPLE'S OPINIONS OF Quaker Bread i An out of town customer writes us "Very tine bread." "Name on Application." Madam Your opinion ill be 'he same it you let us leave you a sample loaf Phone 1027 f SPECIALS White Lawn Waists Daintily. Embroidered WaieU with simple tuuks, sliort sleeve, ncully tlnlib- etl with Val Lace. Regular Speclil Price lie. Another line with variety 'design la many different stylos. i Regular Special Price 1.00. These are mnnufiictured. of. fine lawn nncl considered eoort value' at their, form- er prices. Black Cotton Hose With natural solo.' fust black how, aUo in tan. Good wearing qualities. 25c. Special Prjce 2Gc. GILMORE 1610 SECOND AVE..A. NQIITH Economy in the Household SAVING IN FUEL, SAVING IN ENERGY SAVING IN FEELINGS -BLUE FLAME OIL COOKING STOVE8- Rcprcsent the Highest Development of'Ker- osene Cooking Devices. Equipped with cab- inet and oven. -SAFETY GASOLINE STOVE- Give Perfect RcvSults in Cooking Avithout the intense heal of the range. All of One, Two or Three Burners. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER AND. AVf, LtTHIRIDOE. We Lead in Our Lines Now thai the HOT WEATHER IS HERE, come in and HEAR SOME MUSIC and HAVE SOME ICE CREAM lli.ll is of Try a JERSEY CREAM, latest drink out, it's delicioul. ROCHON BROS. CONFECTIONERS ;