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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta \* FRM BUS TO A*. TRAINS  ' Hotel Windsor ! �Mi |1 M a Bay Hottl In 4 Albert.  � � a 4> o * �> * * lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald     AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER! SI f)2 87 44 76 Oil 42 Oj 84 iiu 16 7-i rro 60 11; / a 82 4 0 40 81 r>3 78 57 76 45 76 44 BO 40 82 41 86 51 76 50 76 50 i HEDLEY'S Beef, Iron and Wine This is a reliable (preparation containing Beef, Iron, the kind that does not injure the teeth. * � Wine, the best Sherry, deprived of Tanntn. The objectional principal Tannin destroys the effect of the beef end iron and we guarantee that there Is no tannin in oiir'excellent preparation. Trice $140 at- The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Kdnjonton ................... Brooks; ........................ Brandon ...... ................ Nelson ....................... Calgary ...................... Medicine Hat ........'..... Kcgina ........................ Coronation ................... Lcthbridge............."... "Si Saskatoon ..........., ....... Moose Jaw.............. Wiunipcg ........................ 76 Port. Arthur ................. Red Deer .................... Maclcod ....................... Prince Albert .............. Swift Current ..........'.. .. Fine warm weather has been gener- | al over the prairie provinces, in Manitoba and Saskatchewan it has been moderately warm, while in Alberta maximum temperature has been in the eighties. FORECAST : Manitoba-F^nc and comparatively warm. Saskatchewan and Alberta-Generally fair and warm, scattered thunderstorms tonight or on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT SPECIAL TEA SET $10.85 Values for Saturday ..... Three Limoges Tea Sets, pretty floral decoration, 40 pieces; regular $18.00; our Special... One Dark Willow Teasot, regular $12.50, Special...... One dark . blue, 40-pieces, regular $24.75. Clearlng-Out Special____ One green border with flowered centre regular $14.50; our clearing-out Special.. $10.85 lllow Teasot, $10 85 ae, 40-pieces, Clearing- $10.85 ler with flow-igular $14.50; $10.85 LEVEL CROSSING ORDER ARRIVES SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAM BROS 315, Sixth St  Phone t)5b Don't Be Bilious Dont go around with rom BMIawnaaa. Take- a "grouch" on. Moat-"grouches" come Stone Root Compound for a good anti-bllloua treatment. Guaranteed to be better than calomel and other aimilar madicinea. Fine for Jhe liver. Relieve* the blood of poisonous and injurioua products. JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONC im Martin D Clever, of , Champion, founder of Cleverville, now called Champion, is in "the city "today, on business. Mr. Ross has promised to give additional postal service here during the lime of the Dry Farming Congress. He is also considering the advisability of increasing the efficiency of the carrier and mail box service. With E. -Nr. I-liginbotham, Mr. Ross went over the plans of the proposed new'^ppst office and intimated SAFEGUARDS ! Just what care do you take about ffche medicines you need? 5 Of course you care some-that's natural. But what do you know-how do you endieavor tb: protect yourself against sophistication? To be certain; leave it to us- let us fill all''your prescriptions. We are recommended bv- Ptrtfi-; DRUGS �' AM PLE ^ACIUTIBS * KNOW HOW SAFETY ^ffSTHODS The ctfrerul selection of drugs testecf for standard purity and strength, and their scientific nWfi�{fiil�f Inn make out prescription work RIGHT See that our:}6ber m on your medicines.1. ^32hen you are safe. - Vr,& J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. CITY CAN NOW PUSH THE STREET RAILWAY INTO NORTH LETHBRIDGE A level crossing at Thirteenth St. is now assured. Complaints against the delay in the street railway work in North Lethbridge have been many during the past few days. There has been- a reason. The city, while assured by the Railway Com-jnissiou at Edmonton that the level crossing at Thirteenth St., would he allowed, had received no formal notice from the government. To do a lot of work in  the North Lethbridge portion of the system and then find that the order is not to be granted owing to another arrangement with the railway would have placed the street railway department in a bad light: All their troubles in this direction arq. over, however, and the system j can proceed with the construction of the level crossing any time now, for ; i he order for the crossing came this morning. | The order was dated May 26, and i provides for a level crossing for one j year from that date, with such ex-I tensions a� nray he granted by the IRailway Commission. The crossing is to be protected hy watchmen, or a watchman as may be determined by I the C.F.R., the-city to hear the ex-i pensc. j Superintendent Reid said this morning that work on the level crossing would 'be commenced immediately. JUNE WEDDINGS We are reducing our stock of cut glass and fancy goods, and are offering bargains in all lines suitable for Wedding Presents Community silver, brass and copper goods, Roger Bros, cutlery, etc. Prices on these lines will enable you to make more expensive presents., Stafford-Agnew Co. SBBaaaBBBSBBas a- "If you live out of town, write us. CITY AND DISTRICT Monday's building permits in Edmonton totalled $500,000. Medicine Hat city council has purchased a site for a Y.W.C.A. in that city. Sons of 'England White Rose degree meet tonight in the Sons of England hall at 8 p.m. sharp. Busi- HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER It is simply deliciouB-so cooling and refreshing these "blistering hot days. Pure healthful and good for you. 'lave you tried our As%nrted Sodan? They are real nifty beverages, with the right flavor. Everybody's drinking them, why not you? Let us have your order. The Lethbridge Brewing & Halting Co. Ltd. PHONE 554 TENDERS Estimates given and prompt delivery guaranteed of all building uppllea. Morlsr Stain. Wall Plugs. Corner Bead. Duplex Material. Wall Tiea. Mosaic Tile. Insulating Material*. Store Front.. Expansion Bolts and Anchors. Steal. Hollow Brick, Maul Lath. Plato Glass. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. J). BOX 270 �1-4Q� 2na) Ave. �. PHONE 581 that the new building would be begun '�ess : Initiation, general. All man-as .soon as possible. Mr. Ross ex- ;�>ers arc requested to attend, pressed himself as being well pleased At police court this morning Geo. with-the condition of affairs at the j Miller, a bo, was sent up for five days post office here, �11 of which he found in excellent shape, lie left again for Calgary early this morning. ,\ BUSINESS LOCALS Old papers for sale at. the Herald Office. ' .150-0 Phone 66G the Mess-tagcr Service for prompt message anil hagga-re d?- Baggage Room, pb'ou'e 652. Transfer in connection. 114-0 For quick haggage service, phone 670. Rex Cisar Store!' 13-6 J. G. Leadhetter, sign writer, etc. Phone 11G7. U9-0 Lethbridge Turkish Hath parlors. Everyvhing new, clean and up-to-date. Courteous attendants and expert masseurs cater to your comfort, 409 5th St., S. We never close. Phone .1104. 153-0 for trespassing on the C.P.R. John Kline and Jos. Lynch were each soaked live and costs for'disorderly conduct. The class ot sixteen from the Lethbridge lire department, who have been .studyins first aid to the injured under Chief Hardy will take their c.\amiuat>6ns tomorrow, arrangements having Heeii made with Dr. De Yeber to conduct., the examinations, t'eitilicatps from the St. John's am-btiluncr: association will be issued on i July i.,, J In connection with the recent post ; office robbery at Stirling, merchants, i hanks, postmasters or anyone in the < habH ot cashing postal notes are J advised to keep a sharp lookout for the serial numbers of the notes, paving no attention whatever to the this is liable to be NEW OFFICE FOR THE DEMOCRATS PROPOSE TO NAME OFFICER KNOWN AS CHAIRMAN OF CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Baltimore, Mil., June 12.-iP1ans are fceing quietly formed by several members of the Democratic National committee it was learned last night, tt create a new ofFcer to be known as chairman of the campaign committee. This new officer of the campaign who will work with the national chairman, may or may not bu a member of the national committee, and his selection will be made by the presidential candidate after a conference with the new national committee members. The national chair-iinen will continue in general charge of the campaign.  The creation of the new office has been under consideration for . some lime, and a move to bring the office into being will he made when the new national committee meet just after the Democratic convention adjourns. The new national committee, it was said last night, will in all likelihood elect their chairman at the lirst meeting and then adjourn until mjc presidential candidate can be conferred with. Already (lip aame of-1'. S. Senator , O'Gorman of New York, has been ; discussed among some of the national committee men who expect to be returned as members of the new committee. Just how many members will constitute the new campaign committee has not been considered, lut the creation of the office of chair- Plan for Comfort and We Suggest-!' Perfection Blue Flame Oil Stoves Refrigerators -:- Hammocks Screen Doors and Windows Electric Irons -:- Electric Toasters The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. } CORNER 6TH ST. AND 4TH AVE.. LETHBRIDGE. Hayr H'dw'e Co. Sixth Street South (registered trade mark) FLAT WALL COLOURS Makes Kalsomiiie no Friend of Thine. 811100th as Bilk, Hard as 8toiic We are sole agent for this district. Uiug us lip and our painter avill call and give you the benefit of his experience. * DON'T FORGET - ADVICE Fit EE. United Brotherhood of Carpenters fuilt-e. stamp as and Joiners of American will mect' changed any.) time. Wednesday, June 12th, being election j ii. v. Andrews, of Toronto, reach-of officers. All brothers are request- ;ed the cityjtoday.-lie is here on bis ed to attend. B. F. Wakelin,'rec.-sec. annual wool buying trip. Last year Local 1681. \ 154.2 i Mr. Andrews' firm bought the largest Go to the Alexandra Hotel Barber Shop .in rear of "the billiard parlors; for first class work'. C. II:, Kruse, prop. J85-6 quantity of any wool dealers in. the country. Mr. Andrews will be here, all Aveek.iand will be glad to meet all the sluep men of the district. man was believed to be advisable the committee. by VANCOUVER ALDERMAN RUN8 OVER AND KILLS BOY Vancouver, June 13.-While driving his auto through, the Japanese section of the city last night, Aid. Ramsay ran over and killed a Japanese youth, Jezo Kffwema, aged, tour-teen. The boy had attempted to cross in the centre of Powell street, the driver having no warning of bis approach.   Garlock High-Grade Packing 8PIRAL PISTON WATERPROOF HYDRAULIC ASBESTOS METALLIC ' GUM CORE VALVE''STEM- TWIST SQUARE FLAX ASBESTOS WICK SQUARE DUCK FINE HYDRAULIC RED SHEET  WHITE SHEET GAS ENGINE SHEET ' TAURIL HIGH PRESSURE SHEET WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF ALL GRADES FOR REGULAR ANp HIGH PRESSURE WORK. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. j. B TURNEY & COMPANY Supplie. and Equipment Mine's and Phone. 755 Mills euildert and Contractor* Lethbridge, Alberta 1245 Second Avenu. f ;