Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
HUE TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor a Day Hottt in Albvrti Herald It BMt Miit lent Place to The Shingles on Your House can be made to look very- beautiful with Sherwin- Williams Preservative Shingle (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. A GOOD ASSOKTMEM' OF FKKSII FRUITS VEGETABLES Always on Ha ml. SPECIAL LAKGE SHIPMENT FOR SATURDAY Hood River variety. Ev- knows the Haven- and duality of these. Price. busker Royal Ann Black and red. price V'pr !b. .......................40c baskets, oiic'i ....................35c ;md juicy, price each ...25c RIPE tomatoes not only look nice. but. they luive the flavor. Price per 10. 25c Price, per basket........................95c FRESH kinds. New potatoes. peas, asparagus, cucumbers, radishes, preen onions, etc. GOOD'S DELICIOUS ICE always the same. It has the flavor. No order too large us to handle. No order too small. Get the habit of eating our Delicious Ice Cream or Ice t'reain Sodas during the weather. WAIN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL OUFFERIN 8T. BRANCH PHONE 627 CITY AND DISTRICT See e a; tare, -ESTIMATES EURMSHED For Piyrnbing, Steam and Hot, Water Heating, Tinning and Furnace Work. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 792 P. p. Box We Give Special Attention to Mall Orderi SUMMER SPORTS TENXIS GOODS HAMMOCKS BASEBALL FLAGS ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Your face indicates your care as to your personal condition. You don't have to suffer from rough skin, wind chapped or water chanped 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 o.ur cold cream. H. II. Haiisen, of ihc V.'aicnort i ilis. is in The citv. j T. II. Hatch, of Colorado among the visitors in the city. j Mr. and Mrs. S. Weils, of Golden, i C., are ia the city. J. K. Milhgafi, of Purple is spending; the day in town. I Kev. Dr. U. if. Crossley. Of Mont-; j real, was the city for a few hours: yesterday j j Anionc the 'Visitors in the city to-, I day are r. Stewart and A. Smith, of Denver, Col. H. II. Fiusinnjions returned yes- j tcrrb.y from the biennial convention the Brotherhood o.( Railwav Train- I J men heid at Uarrisburg. Pa. j F. J. Cummings, of the 0. W. Kerr' i Co retusned yesterday from Minne-; apoiis and report? that the corn is i up and the hay almost ready for cut-1 I ting in that parr of the States. j I T-ifi building, committee of the Ag-i ric'.ikural Society went out to the new fair grounds this morning on an j I inspection crip, and decided on -he I location of the various stables abd i other outbuildings. Grassy LaKe Pilot The assessed line of Grassy Lake property this j year is about an increase of i at least over last year and j certainly a splendid showing for a two year old town. Assessment no- j lices were s-'-nt out this week. j The special of the T.'iJ.C.A. he to go in swimming the- regular 'juniors on Tuesday XOT MANY LEFT 15c g'ets them as before. Japanese Cups and Saucers SATURDAY BARGAIN SALE .should'clear them out. SEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS 315, Sixth St Phone 556 CITY AXD DISTRICT A very pleasant and profitable hour is assured 10 all who come and hear Mr. A. E. Dtmlop give his Bible talk on Sunday at the First Bap- tist church at o'clock. Mr. Dunlop is a man of no mean city, lie of the needs and conditions that prevail in most purls of the world. He is optimistic in his thought and teaching, and has a. re-; mark-able gift of making the subject; interesting, and arousing the best in j Iman. Subject for next Sunday: kiah's Great Passover." 2 Chron. 30. j Special printer! matter has been j published with regard to the sum- j toer camp, which goes to Crow's Xest on July 12th. under the aus-'j pices of the Y.M.C.A. and can be had i at the l'V" office. T'uf- camp will! he known as the "Glacier" and alii the members are urged to make this i j trio their summer outing. The cost j 1 of soing will be very small, seniors j v.iU'be charged for the ten! days, plus railway transportation, j which will amount to about j i and the intermediates will pay land the railway fare, which will be; only S3.50. Applications to go must j be'in the General Secretary's hands bv Julv 1st. i PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY. MANAGER. PHONE 772 A. Fresb Supply Just Received of GANONG'S CHOCOLATES BORDEAUX, BURNT ALMONDS; CHOCOLATE, CARAMELS, CARMALLOWS, CHOCOLATE CHIPS, CHOCOLATE GINGER, JAPANESE, MAPLE WALNUTS. NOUGATINES, SATEENS. CREME PEPPERMINTS, BUTTER CUP WAFERS, 111 Bulk at OOc Lb. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SucceMors to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. j SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232 at 1.30. They TV ill not have a regular class during the summer j months, but will take a little of the outdoor work in jumping, baseball Jj and running. i! Toniurrow will be observed as Me- morial Day fay the different Oddfel- j lows lo'iges of the city. All the mem- I hers are requested to meet at two o'elnck at ihe lodge rooms and from there tm-y will march to the cenTe- tery to decorate the graves of their deceased brethren. Medicine Hat Xcws The applica- tions of sever, female teachers oi the local schools' staffs have been un- favorably considered by the board of education. Mr. James Wilson, chair- man of the board, is out of the city at present, and Mr. S. T. Hopper, ttho is acting as vice-chairman, re- fused to discuss- the matter. About -forty members of the Lcth- bridjre K. of .P. and D.O.K.K. are j leaving on Tuesday in a private car, j to -attend the Grand Lodge of j Knights of Pythias of Alberta, and j the summer ceremonial of the Dra- i matic Order Knights of Khorassan to i be held at C-laresholm, Altaj., June i 12 and 18. Professor E. Lonqiiist, who- has i charge of the .Scandinavian depart- j rnent of Brandon College, visited I ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSiiNDAYS Tils has -teeii our rine lor. near- ly quarter of aj century. Please feeep the Dominion sta- have consideration, for our employees- iz your ordinary; purchases on week. days. Please note in Su'nclav and Hoi- iday Lours. 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. x 4 P.M. to 5 P.M. 8 to 9 P.M. For other urgent calls use phone 323 or ..Night Bell Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day TelephoneB. No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door A Customer Means a Lot LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS of al! descriptions. We deliver and do it quick. THREE (323 Call us up- or call in any of our places when passing. Rogers Cunningham Lumber Co., Limited OFFICE: ACADiA AT WESTMINSTER >.D. C. P. R. AT FREIGHT SHEDS. BUSINESS LOCALS Kindling wood for sale hy the load. Leihbridge yesterday, leaving for C.'al- j rO" like At- the emergency hospital the wounded man was confronted Tvith Miss Verge and in t'le pjesence of an assistant deputy attorney lie identified her as' his assailant. In his state- ment the wounded man forgave .Miss j Verge and declared that ne believed her to be insane. At the conclusion of the statement he was removed to a private sanitarium where physicians probed for the bullet, Miss Verge is Hysterical J. Miss Verge was taken from the emergency hospital to the city prison, where she was held on the delinquent book pending the outcome of the wo.unds. She is in a highly hysterical 'state tonight saying she did not 'know why she had shot, her former employer. The maid was brought to this country from Paris by Kohl's mother, who brought her here for her I daughter-in-law. j During the trial of the woman's suitj against Kohl Judge G'esford expressed himself as satisfied that Miss Verge' was suffering from a form of mania! which made her believe that every one she met was talking about her. Kohl Very Prominent Socially Kohl is one of the richest men in San Francisco, and he and his wife are socially very prominent. He is a member of the New York .Yacht club, the Metropolitan club, of Washington, i D. C., the Richmond County Town and i! Country club and of other prominent clubs on the Pacific coast. The wounded millionaire is the son of Mrs. William C. Kohl, herself a very wealthy woman, and his wife was Miss Elizabeth Godey, of Washington, j D. C. Trie eluct Mia. IxOlil is .HOW IS'At-i 230-0 jlantic City, where she went from New! Pitch for sale. Good for roof and York after attending the fence post preserver. Cheap. Call at Brewery Office. the phone that Vault Doors Meilink Office Hosier Heavy Safes Safes House and Wall Safes Carried in stock by Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. O. BOX 270 324 SIXTH 3T. S. PHONE.531 Inn-an of 957 Burdett St.. Dufi Ad- dition. Mr. Morten has beer, collec- tor ior a large wholesale house in i Davton, O.. for a number of years i anfi comes here the best recom- j mendaiions in that line of work. While working upon the main build- j ins at. the new Fair grounds yester-j (iuv afternoon. A- Mathers met with! an accidont. He is a 'lather by trade' ami was up on a trestle J'2 feet in when the str.ons; wind that was blowing, bicw it down. II. C. Pulley wa.s working on the same job and told him that it was' shaky and. going to fait, but Sie went up and v.'tnt to work. Pulley had ju-sv fin- ishr'd telling him when down it broke Mmhers' faii. but iirv- ertheJess the man broke his The j foreman, ?Jr. drove him in. ro bis home, where the leg was set. i and jodfiy lie is reported -as. resting'; to name. 103-0 WHITLA HAS HAD LOT OF SHOWERS ham wedding. Kohl's wife has been summoned to his bedside from their home in San Mateo. RETAIL CLERKS STATE POSITION S. S. Richardson.' of Whit- la, that that district has had showers every after- noon and evening this week, cvcsot 'Fhnrsdstv Tile crops are consequently looking in the best of condi- tion. He estimates there'are acres in crop in the terrif.ory .tributary to that pbcs. Mr. Richardson says a great amount, of flax has been sown in that district this spring. No new developments have arisen j'since yesterday in the strike sit.ua- i jtion, and everything is quiet. It is! that the retail clerks will! I hold a- meeting lonig'ht to discuss! jtneir status in the situation. They! jciaim that the Herald article yester-1 .day discussing the strike puts them :lh the wrong light. While it is true j ;tnat their delegates voted to endorse I jme action of the teamsters' union at i jthe Thursday night, meeting, they say! ithat their action in so doing was noth- j iing- more than a matter of showing sympathy with the striking ;teamsters, and did not carry with it intention of out. themselves Jin case the trouble between the team I and teamsters is not settled. Preserving >V Q have made arrangements with MR. H. P. GATRELL to handle his entire crop of straw- berries As ail Lethbridg'c citizens know there is no comparison between.-these Suni and those.shipped in from British Columbia and other points. far superior, and us we sha 11 receive them daily direct from the vines, there will he no bad berries We are hooking orders now. Place yours early, as the crop is limited. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Reward! To anyone o-iving'mformation of tlie where- abouts of our parrot. It was just learning to talk. The first words it said was ''Riverside Lumber is the They hare their ow mills and' cut good sound timbers.. iii the bull diner O supplied at all our yards. Give us a call. Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454. Opposite Ellison Mills BRANCHES City, Magrath, New Dayton, Langdon, Strathmore, yards and Sath and Door Factory in Calgary THE GOLDEX RULE OF COURTSHIP a pretty girl; her into ROCHON'S And Thev Wilt Do the Rest Tor You. Quak Isn't it nice 1 You eat it once. You wantit'twicc. is the use of spending halt" a day in a pot kitchen when. Quaker Bread is BO handy? Phone 1027 and find out liow good.it is. THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Think of the Comfort for you During Hot Hammocks Ice Cream Refrigerators Oil St Gasoline Stoves _ The McKeown Hardwire Co. Ltd. COHNER 5TH 3T. AND 4TH LCTHBRIDGE.