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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DalLu Hotel It the Beet 4 Moat Convenient Place to Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald j Hotel Wiudsor J Best a Day'..'Hot'd In I Alberta if, FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS JUST ARR1VED--A large ship- inert of "Elite" Enameled Ware You get an Berlin Sauce Pan with cover-made in the Imported ELI I L Enameled Ware We have ft fresli supply of choicest CREAMERY BUTTER Fresh today, Per 40c NEW LAID EGGS Fresh from the farm, per doz. 30c FRUITS FRESH STRAWBERRIES Today, Per 20 c Ask our price for Preserving Strawberries We will suit you. AgenU for Sherwln-Williami Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl WHOESALEA RETAIL REDPATHSTREET PHONE 0. BOX 670 Wt givt special attention to mail orders NEW BOOKS A Modern Chronicle By Winston Churchill A. Son of the Immortals By Tracey Samuel the Seeker By Up ton Sinclair The Inheritance By Thanet Thurston Orchard Valley Bindloss White Magic By Phillips Kingdom of Slender Swords By Rives The Green House By Chambers For books at all prices and the-best assortment in South- ern Alberta, go to New.WMtney Blsck UndsrwoW Type- writer Phone 1265. A'MAN'S WORTH is better estimated by the lit- tle things he does than the larger ones. Large affairs bring popular applause. Lit- tle ones are in themselves the only reward. You may not know the scrupulous ex- actness and carefulness that has to be exercised IN FILLING PRESCRIPTIONS but give the medi- cine to the patient and see him rally, recover and then resume his daily duties, then you realize half the battle was won by good drugs and care- ful compounding. mterta Dryg and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I. I. linEI, lEWWKE QUALITY THE MAGNET that always attracts. The quality accuracy and speed of our dispensing department at- tracts many people who de- sire to have their prescrip- tions dispensed correctly. That is why our dispensing department is so busy. .For accurate dispensing by qualified men, go SEE OUR AD. ON PAGE 12 The Store of Quality GEO. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 UNLESS YOU USE CLOVEimiLL CREAMERY BUTTER YOU ARE NOT GETTING THE BEST BUTTER PRODUCED We have a fresh shipment of this butter. A Price per Ib......................---............. ..ifW HOOD IMV'Elt 'STRAWBERRIES Fresh Hood River Strawberries daily. ?Hp Price per w MAIN Provisions and Fruits, Shepard Round St.. Phone 525. BRANCH Cream and Confectionery, Hill Blk., Duf- ferirk St. Phone 627. THE GOOD CO. Prompt Delivery FULL MNE OF TETLEY'S TEA HAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR STRAWBERRIES, APPLES, CHERRIES, ETC, Craddock Viner FAMILY GROCERS Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. BUSINESS LOCALS the soap of quality. 13S-0 "Miss Cooksley's showing of millin- ery is an eye-opener for the ladies. To-morrow will be a big day for the working man at German's. Sat- urday is their big day at the big sale. Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpaih and. Burdett street, opposite Methodist church, phone 474. H2.0 When you require draying call up phone 5S6, Ripley Transfer Co., office Redpath street, opposite Methodist church. Wood wood wood Just the thing for summer use. Call up the Western Transfer Co., Phoae 1163. 144-6 Roosevelt in Africa pictures will be run at to-morrow's matinee in order -to give the children a chance to see these beautiful pictures before they are shipped on. Millinery will be practically given away on Saturday at Miss Cooksley's. F. M. Denneny, Gr.O., an eye spec- ialist, is at Johnston Jackson's drug store, where he will be pleased to see people suffering -with eye strain, headaches, etc. Consultation gratis. Graduate of the Canadian Opthalmic College, Toronto, with 11 years' experience. To make your home more cheerful, buy a Masoii and Risen piano or In- ner Player. Write [or prices and terms. Factory branch, Conserva- tory Building, Lethbridge, Alta., Box 418. 142.0 J. A. Smith, auctioneer, will hold a weekly sale at J.-C. Graves' Feed Barn on Gait St. Anyone having stock for sale can arrange for dis- i posing of some at this barn. Sales HE SAW NOT. but they did; but too late, ever, when they saw the All was smoothed over, how- CHOICE LUMBER we carry in stock. Lumber for every purpose imaginable and can make prompt deliveries at all times. Don't worry about the size of your order. We'll cut a lath for you or estimate 011 a shipload 01 assorted lumber with same care aud attention. Our prices are at bottom notch now. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 THE WEATHER Edmonton 44. 35 Calgary 42 32 Lethbridge 44 Saskatoon 36 32 30 Broadview 35 25 Brandon 44 34 Winnipeg.......... 56 42 fair fair .03 cloudy rain snow cloudy rain Medicine Hat Liberals will meet next Wednesday to nominate Hon. C. held every Tuesday. R. Mitchell, for the legislature. M. G. Lathrop, of Pincher Creek, The Caledonian Society will hold a dance after the initiation on Thurs- arrivett in the city yesterday morning jday, June 2nd, at 9.30. Ail memhers bent on business, and on a visit to are requested to be present at- initia- his brother, 0. T. Lathrop, the 0. W. Kerr Co., in this city. To-night a meeting of the foothall i Africa. To-night, executive at the Balmoral dressing i nights only. rooms. Every member is requested to be present at 8 o'clock sharp. Let every team he represented. Precipitation has been very general over the prairie provinces. A good deal oi wet snow has fallen in Al- ber.ta and Saskatchewan and princi- pally rain has fallen, .in Manitoba. Temperature has been unreasonably low. FORECASTS Manitoba Clear- ing, milder on Saturday. Saskatchewan-and to- CITY AND DISTRICT day and on temperatures. Saturday, with rising J. Vere left to-day for Medicine Hat. A. Beaston, of Northingham, Eng- Jand, arrived, in the city yesterday. The city schools and government oi- fices are closed it being the .birthday of King George V. Reuben Hunt, _oi the JVestern Plumb- ing C6T, left yesterday on a trip, to England. W. R. Dobbin left this afternoon on business in several towns in the Pass. He will return Monday or Tuesday. J. B. Wilkie, of the Golden West Realty Company went to Medicine Hat last night on business and will return to-morrow-night. C. A. Armitage arrived from Port- age la Prairie "this morning with a carload of effects and will settle in CITY AND DISTRICT Mart McMahon, of McMahon and [this district. J. McKane, of Calgary, has taken over the local management of the in tion, S.30 p.m. sharp. 144-2 To-night, Roosevelt, to-night, In Eureka. Two Safety deposit drawers and recep- tacles can now be obtained in the Sherlock Fire Proof Building. .All F. T. Saults, accountant of and prices. Perfect privacy. C. V. Bennett, formerly of this city, was elected a school trustee for the city of Prince Rupert. He head- ed the poll. PUT YOUR MONEY INTO A GOOD HOUSE You have, no doubt, thought more or less about building a new home. Let us suggest that you look into the cost a little closer right NOW. We are maKing some very attractive offerings on house bills this month, by taking advantage of which you will be consulting your own best Interests, as our special house bill qnotations at this time will enable you to save quite a sum of good money. And. as a matter of fact, we will make very favorable quo- A tvillrt A We havo an exceptionally good stock of lumber and all kinds of building material. Inter Cnpiq, liittei ACADIf. 1LOCK Yartf, Phefw %n Medicine Hat Branch of the Union j Bank of Canada, has gone to Grassy Lake to relieve, while Mr. Baillie, manager, is getting married. The death took place at Medicine Hat of Thomas Marrey, who had been a resident there since 1883. He was the father of Mrs. Gco. Rowe, of this city. The McKay Street Baptist chapel is nearing completion and will be ready for occupancy a week from Sunday. The officers for the Sunday school have been already selected and the first session willjbe held on that i date. j According to the first draft of sta- 1 tions issued by the stationing com- mittee ot the Alberta Methodist Con- ference'in session at "Red Deer, new missions havc been formed at Milk- River, East Taber, Lone Star, Sweet Valley in the Lethbridge district, and at Novar, Meadow Creek, and Belle- vue in the Maclcod district. Access at all hours. Do you realize what this means. Absolute safety from fire or loss. 146-5 'The Lonnquist-Mason Co., report the sale of Sunnyside lots as pro- gressing very favorably with but a few left on the market. General draying done on shortest notice, Ripley Transfer Co., office, Redpath street, opposite Methodist Quinn, left on this afternoon's train for Larimore, N.D., to become one oi the principals in a matrimonial service. There was recently born in North Lethbridge to Mr. ..and Mrs. L. Mc- Callutn a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. McCallum are moving to-day from 130 Wallwork street to1 their new lome on McKillop street. W. Creightbn, merchant of Yellow Grass, Sask., is in town for a few oays, making this his headquarters, while looking over Alberta. He is the guest of his brother-in-law, W. A. Hamilton, supervisor; of the city schools. church, phone 586. 146.6 If you wear TAN BOOTS Keep them clean with our DRY CLEANER One minute's rub- bing and stain is re- moved. BUSINESS LOCALS One of the enterprises born of the present theatrical season is the dra- matization of "St. which, as much as any of her stories, made Au- gusta Evans-Wilson famous among American novelists. The dramatic spirit must have been strong within Mrs. Wilson when she set herself to write "Si. and it seldom left from her first page to the last. The book has been read by untold thousands and the play has achieved a large degree of favor. It will be surprising if it does not attract peo- ple not ordinarily seen at a play- house. It will be presented at the Majestic theatre Tuesday and Wednes- day evening. 146-4 j crops. Massey-Harris Implement h ranch city, succeeding A.-E. Stewart, W. J. Lloyd and C. H. Devine left yesterday afternoon on a "business trip to Warner, returning to-morrow. The Conservative Association meets in its rooms, Whitney Block, this ev- ening at 8 o'clock to receive a report from the executive committee, and to transact other business. Jno. W. George, wife and family, arc in the city to-day en route to Seattle, Spokane and Portland. Mr. George has taken the round trip via North Portal in order that he might better view prospects in the West. J. N. Cramer, of Walkerton, N.D., who has been around Lethhridge for some time arranging for the breaking up of his land in township 11, range 12, returns to Dakota to-morrow morning. He has purchased a gaso- line plowing outfit and has left the work in charge of his son. u. u. vcnnesianu, oi the Piuncer Land Co.; returned recently extensive trip to Barrhill, Sundial, and other points north-east of here. He reports the crops as not suffering as yet to any great extent, but some- what held back. However, as seed was sown early in the season it has the age in its favor and rain, com- ing in a few days, will insure good REDPATH STREET PHONE 515 OUR SPECIAL SALE OF IS NOW ON If the RUSH with which it is going is any INDICATION" of the'APPRECIATION of OUR CUSTOMERS it must be of EXCEPTIONAL VALUE COME EARLY AND GET YOUR CHOICE DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.'1 A (LIMITED.) THEATRES MAJESTIC v MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 7 and 8 "ST. ELMO Augusta J, Evans' novel dram- atized by Grace Hayward Presented by a strong cast of High Class Players. A STRONG PLAY FROM A POWERFUL BOOK The Story of the Triumph over a Blackened Soul to LYCEUM 4000 FEET OF MOTION PICTURES ILLUSTRATED SONGS For 7 Days Only On Usual Prices, Commencing Saturday, June 4th PHONE MEN'S HATS for All Shapes of Heads 9% 'antics and Stafford jfgnem Co. "It you live out of town write ne.' Hani Hats The celebrated IIA.WES hat. No belter hat made Every one guaranteed The Boss Hat A hard hat made for wear. Good style and finish at the small price of Straw Hats Neat straw hats, in all shapes for the hot weather. at-----15c, 50c, 60c and Soft Hats A splendid hat. Nothing cheap about the hat but the price. Worth at least A Special Hat In black, gray or brown. The latest shape and style. A leader Panama Hats The real thing. "We have several shapes to choose from and we don't hold you up Iri price. Come and look them over. Linen Hats In dark gray or dark green, made in the same shapes as the felt hats, at prices .........45c and 75c Soft Hats Fine felt hats in green, brown, navy, black or fawn. A leader with us at fCARPETS RUGS LINOLEUM TL D iJ r Ihe Bentley to. UNITED BOOTS SHOES AND LADIES' WEAR ;