Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TO TRAINi -J. 11.25 9 Day Hcte! in >f Jf 4 e Daily Herald WHEN IN J Tlie Dallas Hrtel J U tha Btit and 4> tint Piac4 ttay if 4- 41 HH "i" 4- 4- The Shingles on Your House can be made to look very beautiful, with WHIiams Preservative Shingle Stains (made with Equally suit- able for roofs or shingle sidings. Creosote is the best wood preservative known. When combined with coloring pigments it produces a stain of great beauty and one that ef- fectually prevents decay of the wood. Set samples en a; our store. A GOOD A8SOKTMKXT OF FRESH Always on Hand. SPECIAL LAliGK SIIIPMKXT FOR SATURDAY Hood River variety. Ev- orybodv knows the flavor and Quality Of those Price, per basket Royal Ann Black and red. price per Ib.................. Quart baskets, each................... ,35C and juicy. price RIPE tomatoes not onlv look nice, but they i'.nve the flavor. Price per fb. 25c Price, per basket FRESH kinds. New potatoes. green peas, asparagus, cucumbers, radishes, green onions, etc. GOOD'S ICE always the same. It has tbVflavor. No order too large for us to handle. No order too small. Gee the habit of eating our Delicious Ice Cream or Ice Cream Sodas during the -warm weather. P. -i- reservmg M A f N STORE ROUND ST. r-HON'E 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE i27 FUKNISHEB FKEE- For Plumbing, Steam and Hot Wster Heating, Tinning and Furnace Work. i Strawberries We have made arrangements with MR; H. RGATRELL to handle his entire crop of straw- berries THE WEATHEK Calgary, fair Edmonton, fair Lethbrkige. cloudy Winnipeg., cloudy Port Arthur, fojrgy Kamlooos cloudv Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 712 P. O. Box We Special Attention to Mill (J2 10 .06 lit! 42 BO 43 86 54 34 5-i 48 39 j Nelson, dear -17 Some scattered rains and thunder-i storms' have occurred but generally; in the prairie provinces the weather; has been fair and moderately FORECAST: Some showers, but mostly fair and wann- 'er. Saskatchewan and Alberta Fair and warmer. RUMMER SPORTS XiSOL j 'TEXXIS GOODS A SK HAMMOCKS BASEBALL FLAGS CITY AND DISTRICT H. Sfceith is in Calgary to- ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Tour face indicates your. care, as, to. your personal condition. You don't have to suffer from chapped or water chapped 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, Wealthy clear skin quicker than. o.ur cold cream. ALBERTA DRUG CO. fUESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A: B, MANAQEFL PHONE 772 f A presk Supply Just Received GANONG'S CHCtOLATES BORDEAUX. BURNT ALMONDS, CHOCOLATE, CARAMELS CARMALLOWS, CHOCOLATE CHIPS, CHOCOLATE GINGER' JAPANESE, MAPLE NOUGATfNES SATEENS' CREME PEPPERMINTS, BUTTER' CUP WAFERS, Iu Bulk at 60c Lb. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION Successors to JOHNSTON 4 JACKSON. JMERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. A Satisfied Cuitomer Means a Lot LUMBER AIVB BUILDING MATERIALS of- all descriptions. We and do it quick, THREE (323 us up or -call 'in' any of our pla-ces when passing. Rogers -Cunningham Lumber Co., Limited OFFICE: ACAOiA Bl YARDS AT WESTMINSTER RD A C. P. R. YARDS AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS I j ,j_ _, ____ _. __ H. J. day. Bishop Van Orman. of Taber. in the city today. 0. C. Ilelgcrson, Whiila. is in the city. I G. Minik and p. Kelly, Barons, are] registered at the Alexandra. IP. -I. Quinn came up from .Milk-' River last night. I "Medicine will answer to the' charge ot horse stealing before In-' spector U'est tomorrow. j Hon. A. -J. McLean left yesterday i afternoon on a hurried trip to On-' tario. j AY. -I. Wesucri.-publisher, of the j Magrath pioneer, was in the city yes j terday. I The Canadian-American Club will hold Home" this ev- ening at the home o) Mr. G. M. Hatch. During July and August the Y'.M. C.A. bowling alleys will be closed, though, in case any of the members wish to bowl a few games, ar- rangements zan be made. Dr. M. of Church, Sage, Walker and Mason, osteopaths, is in i the city today en route for his home at Calgary, after spending the win- ter in California. Amongst those registered at- the j Dallas Hotel are: H. E. Kelley, Spring Coulee.; R. E. Moffatt, Clares j holnt J. OJquist, Bow-island, A. M. Armstrong, Carniangay A. H. Rygg, Burdetti; C. E; Searlc, Ma- j grath A. Wilson, Bow Island, j The Alberta Loan' Investment Co., having received permission to erect the portico over the sidewalk, resumed operations on their new the- atre building. The excavation will be completed in a couple of days, when j the cement work on the basement w 11 be begun. In conversation with Spencer Mc- Caig yesterday the Herald learned that sheep shearing will commence in a few days, probably about June 12., He says that the. range is in excel-] lent condition this summer and the sheep are The wool clip is expected to be a large one. The new schedule for 15c B, one mys you of those fancy Japanese Gups ana Saucers See them They are good at the price SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAM BROS Phone 5.5.6 NEARLY TWO MILLION BUSHEL CROP As all LetliVridge citizens know between (Continued from Front Page.) f South-east of the lowa farm is the .Bountiful School District, and by the I I have a most imposing f a question if there is a there is no comparson between these Strawberries and those, shipped in from British .Columbia and other-points. They are far superior, and as we shall receive them daily direct from the vines, there will be no bad berries are booking orders now. Place The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. they __ w -j Ai. C IS H A r j, V J JH V, limned. sheep man, has his home, a beautiful j J Place picturesquely located in a val- ley. Running through this district were noticed the stakes of the G. T. P. survey party, and from appear- ances Mammoth will soon have a rail- road. South-east of Mammoth, near, ae Milk River Ridge, is .ihe CoOp. arm, another syndicate farm owned j by Americans. Mr. Berry is the cap- able manager. Here they have acres in winter wheat. acres in spring wheat and i'OO acres in flax and J1S5 in oats. All this country is roil- jinj: and delightful-to the eye. it is I well watered with small streams and (is ideal for mixed fanning, and it was !cheering to notice that cattle, horses jand hogs were being raised here and at the Alberta Farming Co.'s farm at vours astman s Kodals stocking If VOM let. us show you our range, you cannot afford to be without one. Higintiottiani JCo.tH Family and Dispensing Cuemisti Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Nigtft BeU on FrontDoor LOCALS j Wells Siding. Turning to the east, j we travelled to !s7ew Dayton, through :-A weH settled, prosperous country, in j the'entire journey it must be admit-; i' The Best Reids j jof winter wheat were to be seen west 'of New Dayton.. The growth was i large and uniform and hardly a weed was to 'be seen.- The'farmers in that have built fine homes and j good, as can be seen ion the farms of the older provinces jand states. New Dayton district is talready one of the richest -in the south and prospects for :..a 'bumper crop tliis-year coulcl not be excelled. East-of New Dayton, when high land is sin-mounted, the view is grand. Away in the distance cultivated land can be seen for miles and steam-plows send up their smoke from all direc- tions, evidence of the big -increase there will be in acreage next year, it is almost safe to say that nearly as much land is being plowed this year in the country', south of Stirling as there is in crop now. Coming towards 'Warner the coun- try -is found to be well settled. In the immediate vicinity of that town farm- ers' substantial homes and buildings are as numerous as in an -old sett'od districts in Ontario or -Minnesota. Far- ither south and east in-the Milk River j conditions are the same. ;Crops are good, the acreage is large and the farmers have built good homes and have their farms., well fenced, and in many cases trees have jbeen planted around the residences. visit was made to the 1690 acre farm of the Alberta Farming Co.. six miles from New Dayton. There are Reward! To anyone giving information of the where- abouts of our parrot. It was- just learning to talk. The first words it said was "Biverside Lumber is the They- have; their pw mills -and cut good sound Everything in the building line is supplied at all our yards. Give us a call. Riverside Lumber Co. Opposite Ellison Mills BRANCHES City, MaBrath, New Larigifon, yardi and and Door Factory in Calgary 0-U-Sandy McPhcrson at the Eu- splendid 'big residences on this reka this week. Some Scotch lad1.. miss the opportunity 6i buv- farm, also a large bank barn. 'COmpany has 5SO acres in acres in sprins: wheat This THE GQLD1LV RULE FOR MARRIED i LIFE: Keep the wife sweet and the kiddies happy good with pure candies which can be got at ROCHON'S ing some first-class furniture at the atl private sale -of -JR. Todman, 623 r acres in flax and The estimates of tbe croo in these boys, inciuding juniors, 'special jun- (10th St., Call afternoon or' The es1 iors, working hoys and intermediates -'evening. 151-2 wiil be as Intermediates, j Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger t Monday, Wednesday and Friday at j Service for quick message aiid bai-JarM T, ..fathered SPLIT PULLEYS of all sizes supplied on shortest notice MaJe in Lethbridge Canadian General Supply Co. wiil be as Intermediates, Wednesday and Friday at 4.30 working .boys, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m.; jun- iors, Tuesday and Thursday at 4.30 p.m., and Saturday at JO a.m.; spe- cial juniors, Saturday morning at eleven. Mayor Adams said this morning that the work oi laying the No. 3 sewer outlet was progressing rapidly ami woiiifl he completed within a short time. The soft nature of the ground in which the pipe is laid, has made it impossible to use i the steam shovel with any of j SUCCORS, arid the work has been con-T siricrablv slower on this account. from reliable conditions P. 8T.8. JJI. -I PHONE 581 'SKYSCRAPER TO SUPPLANT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN New York. Oarden, which was opened 21 years j ago this month and has since become i Known as New York's biggest indoor! The general opinion of the farmers leu rtout say, 'Clark and Turner [is that winter wheat is safe now at, the Eureka and Turner any more moisture, and for the they wheat and other grains only the dancing kids, jneed a small amount of rain to carry the phone that Will through. bring Pony Express Dray, to your j the entire countrjT the appear door at shortest notice, to remove jAnce of tne crops is uniformly excel- j that trunk or anything else you like ilent- Tr- is difficult to make digtipc- i to name. 103-0 Siding is as good as New Pictures change tonight at the as-good Ircfca. Don't fail to sec that, bi- fea-V-V as Wilson, and M T T 1 as rood as Milk 'lure, 'A Texas Joke (Bison T only be a cnttc who makes crit- A special selected progran. for the icismg for criticism's sake could children at the Eureka tomorrow any distinction in-'favor of one tinec. See Tola, the dancing dog. [place over another. A typographical error in posters -i _______. put out by the. Blue Store, today, CHICAGO STRIKE SETTLED makes -rjarte in pails, 75c, 2 for> 1.13. instead oi 2' Lhicaf0' June strike tor Quak er JDrea Isn't it nice! You eat it once. Yon want it twice. is the of spending half a dav in a hot kitchen when Quaker Bread is so handy? Phone 1027 and find out how good it is. y GILMORE THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH of ,bnck makers, called May first a result of which 40.000 men have been R- A- Wright's dollar window is iale in the building trades and f-to u, a Commerc5al ProvinS so popular that he has grant-; of building 'wag tied up end- stone, blgk. The jcA the request to allow it to stand 'ed 'todav. An offer of See for bar- wHlch the thirteen !STZ ns jn articles worthed to accept ig a compromise, giving or four tijaes the amount. iuie'men jast 'year'! 15500000 Think of tne Comfort for you During Hot Weather Hammocks Ice Cream Refrigerators Oil Stpyes Gasoline Stoves The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER STH AND 4TH AVI., LETHMtlDOC.