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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 4- -f- V J FREE BUS TO TRAINS 4. Hotel Windsor Btu a Day Hotel In "r Alberta Herald WHEN IN LETHBHIDQI Tlic Dallas Hotel U the Best and Mast lent Place to Stay 4. Elite Enamelware We have just received a largo shipment of Elite Enamelware. direct from Austria. It is by far the must, attractive and dura Me enamehvare on the market. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES Qt. baskets. prkv each ................................25c CALirQRNiA flavor. Ib. .45C EXTRA LARGE -tOc each .....................................25c WASHINGTON per Ib. .20c WASHINGTON per Ib.....15C GREEN Ihy. for ...................35C SUNKIST per dozen 30c 40c'50c stuck, per dozen.......... .40c PURE MAPLE SYRUP 45c, 1-2 Gals. SOc. THIS Gals. PURE MAPLE SUGAR THIS 1YEBK oz. cakes, 7 for 25c: 8 oz. cakes. 2 for 25c; 16 oz. cakes, 2 for 45c. GOOD'S DELICIOUS ICE CREAM Xothinp finer can be produced. Our 'business is Crowing day by day. There is a reason. The Bentley Co'y. ltd. The Economy Store This connou ami 40c X in cash entitle the j 2 X I iioldei' to one of our Suuce Pans. See them m our west window. THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN STORE HIGH CLASS GROCERS ROUND ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY PKONE 525 WHOLESALE RETAIL OUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 THE WEATHER Estimates furnished free for Plumbing-, Steam and Hot Water Heating, Tin- ning and Furnace Work. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 762 p. O. Box 679 We Special Attention to Mail Orders Ot> 1.08 TENNIS GOODS HAMMOCKS BASEBALL FLAGS Kdniontcm. fair 66 -12 Cai'rary, fair 35 l.e'hbridge. clear -i i 'Viiuiipej. fair 7ft 58 Port Arthur, fair....... 50 -1-1 j fair 12 44 I K.iin has been almost general over I the prairie provinces since Saturdu} I some very heavy rain fails are re- I corded. The weather has been quite warn? in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. FORECAST and Tuesday, wester- ly winds, clearing. Saskatchewan and northwest winds, cool, with occasion- al showers, but mostly fair. CITY AND DISTRICT I ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE A Perfect Face 1 Aic.v DobbiL returned this mornins: to his home at Stare Centre, Iowa. after a month's visit with R. I'obbin. j Frai-er Tucker, of the Standard; Garage, shipped a Ford Touring car on Saturday to J. F, Pollen. Craii- brook, B. C. A. J. (fenm, manager of the Free- j j nran-Macleod Co.. who took his farii-' ily to his fruit ranch. at the Arrow Lakes, returned last evening. j Miss McLean has taken the house at 705 ith Ave., corner of Glyn St., j which she has named Green Gables, where she will give first-class table to 2 Bi one you of those fancy oapanese Cups and Saucers See tnem Iney are good at the price Your face indicates jour care as to vour personal condition. You don't have to suffer from rough skin, wind caapped. or water cliaoped hands, besides you will look well For a delightful massage for use after shaving and for all toi- let purposes, there is nothing better or that will promote a good, healthy clear skin quicker than cold cream. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. 8. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 w e in a It is a half pound cake of clear soap. Looks good enough to eat. Price 20 cents per bar at A VERY WHOLESOME DRINK DURING THE WARM WEATHER. Jfontserrat Lime Juice, qts................................... Montserrat Lime Juice, Martinique Lime Juice, pts......... 4QC Raspberry Vinegar, pts.............35c Welch's Grape Juice, pts...................50C Noyes" Grape Juice, pts.........................35C Concentrated Lemonade 20c Health Salts.............................................. 25c JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. Building Season is on. It's time to consider your material purchases. LUMBER AXD BUILDING MATERIALS of all kinds. We deliver in the city. Cheap Quality the best board. Luncheon from 1 o'clock. Onlv home cooking. i a W. H- Maclntyre, son of W. H. of Salt Lake City., is in j the city todsr from, his farm near Spring Coulee, and reports that the caule did damage to some of the winter wheat by eating it. A. E. Uunlop, of Dun- lop, left for Calgary this afternoon to appear before the Supreme Court en hanc in the hearing of the case of G. Robert son versus the. Citr of Lethbridge, which will be heard to- morrow. The Taylor Milling Co. will add 10 i'eci to the height of their mill andi will build two IS foot wings, and it! is also likeh they will build an ad- j dition to Their elevator. Five thous- and dollars worth of new machinery will also be installed. While at Crpw's'Xest last week E. IVi. Thomasson completed arrange- ments for the boys' camp which is going there next month under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A. He went ijon to Crest on, B. C., .and reports rhar everything is in the best possible j 'condition. j ;j The members- of M. K. Kaakc's class in Wesley Sunday school. "The Winners.'' and others desirous oi joining the class arc- requested to meet on Tuesday evening at'7.15 at _ the home of Mr. Kaake, 1210, third j Service for quick message-and S., for the purpose of re-organ-j gage delivery, Higinhotham and W. CITl AND DISTRICT j J. W. Lyons, delegate from the Y.ft! C.A. at Giielph. Ont.i was iu the city j today looking over the local Y.M.C. and reports that he is greatly j pleased with the local Y.M.C.A. and equipments. On -Saturday afternoon a deal which has been pending for some time, was competed, whereby Aid. Sage relin- quished his interest in the Red Cross Drug it Book Co. Mis interests in the company were bought out by an easi- concern, which has formed -with Mr. McCready a joint stock company, being capitalized at The new members of the linn are H. Gregory and -J: H. .Jury, both well known in the drug business in On- tario, Mr. Gregory has been in the ciry for the past week negotiating the deal, and expressed himself to the Herald as being well pleased with the He. with Mr. Jury, own 12 drug stores in Toronto, Peterborough Collingwood. Lindsay, Oshawa and other towns and cities in the east, but this is their first branch j in the West. The new members have j every continence in Lethbridge which may be seentby the large capital the new company is being capitalized at. [j. M. Jury is a member Cotin- cil of Pharmacy at Toronto, and has been in the business for a long time, while Mr. Gregory says he has grown up with the business, his lather hav- ing been a druggist at Lindsay many years ago. Neither of the new mem- bers of the firm will rerrrain in the I West, and the business here will be managed .by Mr. McCready, who has I been connected with the old concern j since its inception, and who is both j popular and well able to carry on j the concern. Aid. Sage has been in {the book and stationery business in I Lethbridge for a great many years, i j and bis removal from the firm re-' moves from active business another I of the Lethbridge old timers. He will devote his time in future to his own private interests in the citv. Everything to Supply The Needs of Everyone Summer Wash Silks, and Neckwear, Belts. Linoleums, Carpets. Oil Table Linens, Embroidered. Plain ar.d Fancy. Men's Negligee Shirts, Half Hats and SUITS, All wool materials, styles the boy likes. Ladies', Gents' and Children's Pillow Lawn Waists, Silk Waists, Print Waists. Men's Underwear, ;varm Weather dies' Suits and us Tin Underwear, Lisle Hosiery. Clothing for comfort, light weight, cool, well made, neat patterns, Your Price i To anyone giving information of the where- abouts .of our parrot. It was just learning to talk. The first words it said was "Riverside lumber is the Best." They have their ow mills and cut good sound timbers. Everything in the building line is supplied at all our yards. a call. Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454. Opposite Ellison Molls BRANCHES City, Magrath, New Dayton, Langdon, Strathmore. yards and Saeh and Door Factory in Calgary The Store Family and Dispensing Chemists Nlgnt anfl Day 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. World News Fresh From The Ticker M. Man. J. Kilpatrick, is dead. of Xeepawa, BUSINESS LOCALS THREE Jordan, president'and secretary the Leth- hridgo District Sundar School Asso- Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger bag- Office 327 Round St. 230-0 Complete change'' tonight at the Eureka. AH new people on the bill. the phone that will ciafion, accompanied by L. H. Wilkes j bring Pony Express Dray to your and Wilkes, Miss Simm and Del- j door at shortest notice, to remove bcrt Mackenzie, made an auto trip to that trunk or anything else you like Sundial and Lone Star yesterday and jj addressed and sang for Sundav school i to name. 103-0 See the big features at the Eureka in or Call Us Rogers ConDingbain 'Lumber Co., limited OFFICE: ACADiA Bl AT WESTMINSTER RD C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. meeting- at those places. j tonight, Educational, scenic- and com- The death, occurred- Sunday, Junejedv. 4th, 1911, at the residence of her Dawson, SPLIT PULLEYS of all sizes supplied on shortest notice Made in Letkbricke Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, daughter. Mrs. Harry 3ni Ave.. north, of Mrs. Sarah Ann aged years having come here l.-ist wiuier from England. The funeral will place on Wednesday afternoon at- from the residence io ;hf Public cemetery, under the di- rection ci T. S. Fctti-rly. The meeeing of the coronation cele- Phone 733 for general draying. Good 1617 i service. Alberta Cartage Co. 116-25 CITY AND DISTRICT At a meeting of the sheep ranchers C. J. Thomson, of Virden, Man., is dead. Gco. H. Perley, or Ottawa, million- aire lumberman and M.P., for Argcn- teuil, has offered for a new tuberculosis hospital at Ottawa. The Manitoba Government will send tfio Kuy Scouts to the Cor- onation, owing to the failure of the city council to take action. The boys arc Edwin T. Orr and Fred Oliver. Calgary builders are sending east for over two hundred bricklayers, i who have responded to their adver- tisements. Mrs. Kowden, of Qif Appelle, Sask.J was drowned by falling into a slough in a fainting fit. A New York manufacturer will es-l tablish a glass factory at', Calgary if! satisfactory arrangements for a sup-i ply of natural gas can be made. Glasgow University conferred the degree of LL.D., on Premier Laurier of Canada, Morris of Newfoundland, and Botha, qf South Africa. wife, should "be without a box of ROCHON'S look to it. you appreciate Cleanliness and Quality, phone the 'ua k er Man. Tea d GILMORE 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH of the district held here some months ago. there was a great deal of discus- sion as to the cheapest way to feed them. John Taylor, of the Taylor bration conquer will be held in the j Milling Co.. told of how he Ifad kept Board 01 Trj-tde building tomorrow number of sheep on the screenings ening at o'clock. Representatives j from the rci'.I, and also how the --E1- o! the various orders and organiza-j lisoh Milling Co. were burning it up. tior.s mjuesTerJ to attend. Among j rot being able to make any use of it. those should lie represented arc; As a result the Klikson Milling Co. the Board of Trade, the City Coun-jhave built a large pen for two huri-1 Guatemala Congress that practically cil t.ic Canadian Club, the Ancient j sheep, which they expect, to them control of the whole re- order o! Foresters. the Caledonian in j. few davs, and will iced them :.public. Society, the Canadian Order of For-i on the refuse of the mill. Sheep The family of Felix Lynch, of Oton csu-rs lodges of Oddfcl-.j arc a well paying, proposition if kept ahce, barely escaped from their burn- 10- -u.jshts oi Pythias, the receive the right kindJ ing home. ho Sons of Kngland.j'oMoorl and-it: is expected by El-! The M.C.R. will take back its lab and tne Knights Milling Co. that this experiment j satisfied sectionmcn at the old rate win pay, _ Will J. Green, general secretary of the Brandon Y.M.C.A., has accepted a call to the general secretaryship of the Montreal Central Y.M.C.A. Tenders are being called for addi- tions t-o the G.T.P. shops near Win- nipeg, that will cost A syndicate, headed by ex-Governor j Spriggs