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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel -Windsor V 4- ttft Day Hotel in Alberta 4- v -I- Herald WHEN IN LETHRftlDOf The Dallas Betel the and lent Place to Stay "Cyclone" Ornamental'Lawn Fence And Gates all who desire for needed. 'CYCLOXE" FENCING it i STRAWBERRIES FOR PRESERVING Avill he at their best and prices will be.about the lowest about the 1st of lui'Ve made arrange in on Is to handle .strawberries from nvo of rho most Telia Me shippers in British Columbia. Oiio mnn Nelson, whose berries have handled for the last, three years, is shipping us his en- tire every day as they ripen and another, Mr. K. S. Bevan, of Creston. is also shipping; us a quantity every day. SHIPMENTS WILL START about the twenty-fifth of this month. Wo will guarantee price and quality. We are booking orders now for these berries. Can not book you for a few cases. THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN' STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL 8T. BRANCH PHONE 627 comes in 2 widths. IS indies is specially for protecting shrubbery or boulevard protection. It ne-eds no posts to stay it. You simply push the 6 inch ends into the earta and the fence is firm. 18 Inch, per foot 35 Inch, width, same pattern as cut 3 foot gates to match u each THE AVEATHKJR PLEASE XOTE This fence is cheaper by far than anything you_ have yet been offered. If you want some fencing, come in and let us talk the matter over with you. 30 58 7-1 7-1 88 SI 52 53 52 56 51 06' Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 762 P. O. Box 67D We Special Attention to Mill t Bleary, ciear Lothbridge, fair Winnipeg, cloudy I Port Anhur, clear j K am loops, clear Nelson, clea" i Fine, varm weather prevailed over j tl'c prnirie provinces a few scattered showers have occurred. chieily j (iurin-; the night, and it is raininj; j this morning at one or two points in Manitoba. i I FORECAST All West and xvarm todav and on Wednesdav. SUMMER SPORTS CITY AND DISTRICT TENNIS GOODS HAMMOCKS BASEBALL FLAGS ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE No Extra Charge For Good Trusses We have made a study of the fitting of trusses and "we can guarantee satisfaction to you. From our large assortment you are sure to he suited. If you are looking for quality and comfort you can find it here. We give you the service of specialists when it comes to fit- ting trusses and there is no charge for this service. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, RIPLEY, PHONE 772 If .you want .Real Foot Comfort use Eas'em In summer the feet ache, perspire and feel damp and uncom- fortable. The remedy is to dust a little EAS'EM in the shoes. It absorbs moisture and checks perspiration. "It's fine when breaking in new shoes; makes them slip on eaaily; overcomes friction at the pinching places; prevents formation of corns and blisters- Put up in Sprinkle Top JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successor! to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. BLOCK, PHONE 1232. H. Darlinc, of Cranbrook. is in the ciiy. D. S. Deaf and A. S. Lewiston, are registered at' the Lirth bridge. j Mrs. M. Rose has purchased the j residence recently erected by J.j Sandquist, opposite Strathconaj Court oa Fourth Aye. j J. H. Weaver, formerly in the hotel j business at Monarch, has bought the I Alberta hotel at Bassatio, and leaves I toe ihat town shortly. B. F. Kiel lor, formerly principal of; the Raymond schools, is in the list; of successful students taking; Third j year Medicine at Toronto University, j Me took honors in anatomy. The members of the Men's Society in connection with St. Mary's church, i North Ward, are earnestly requested' to attend the church tonight at S p. At Westminster Epworth League this evening. Rev. A. A. Lytle j speak upon "Doctors and Drugs in j China'', and will take the form of missionary meeting. The members of the Y.M.C.A. are _ urged to get out and practice for the j games that will he held here on June i 23, and if any oi the men are fastj j enough they -will be sent by the "Y" i j to the provincial meet at Edmonton! on July 1st. R. Card, Raymond, G. T. Mitchell, and J. Bertram, Barons, J. A. Mc- jLean, G. H. Mark, Cham- pion, A. McCoy, Milk River, D. J. Loomis. Taber, and G. Walker, Carmangay, are guests at the Dal- las. P-i'fore leaving on the ''Get Ac- i quainted" trip this morning all the automobiles lined up in front of the I city hall to allow all taking the trip I to cast their votes'for school trus- i i tee. The votes arc coming in very j slowly, only about sixty having been to The polls before twelve o'clock. The "burning question" with every parent, ai present is, "Where can our! j boy spend a holiday that will be bene j j ficial in The summer I Green Jardinieres 8 in., 9 in., and 10 In. AT 80C EACH Good quality and nice appearance Vfe are overstocked so give the cusiomers the 'benefit They are so cheap you sho.uld stock up with them; use them in the house or on the verandah. They help to make things homelike and neat. SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRK HAM BROS 315, Phone The in-the. world for the mon- Trv a b'ar of CITY AND DISTRICT The children Westminster Sun- day school will mre l on Thursday af- ternoon at -1 o'clock at the church, TO prepare fur the exercises that they intend to go through next Sunday af- ternoon. A special .meeting of the Harriers pi the Y.M.I.'.A. will uike place on. Friday evening after the handicap i [nice, and those who do not receive j lemons in the nice and those who do, j will lemonade and buns. 0. Vulcan. Li. E. West, [me, Mrs. H. F. Gutii, Shelby, Win. i Steven, Diamond City, Geo. f.'monfl. Macleud, W. Macfarlane. Pinch-j er Creek, E. C. Hopkins, Edmonton, J. Halslead, Calvary, are registered at the Lethbridge. Among the guests at the Alexandra arc Thos. Godscll, Warner, D. H. Galbraith. Nanton, L. B. Copeland, Nelson, C. Edgerton, Chin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Palfrey, Purple Springs, J... Dunsey, E. R. Holmes, i Great Falls; J. H. Irwin, Warner. j By the opening of a huge gravel pit j near Purple Springs, the C. P. R. j nave entirely cut off the road into i j settlement, and it is now necessary drive three or four ruiies around! ;co pass the'ditch. The fanners are [cotup Preserving Strawberries We nave made arrangements with MR. H. P. GATRELL to handle his entire crop of straw- berries As all Lethlu'idg'G citizens know there is no comparison 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 We are booking orders now. Place vours early, as the crop is limited. iaining. and .believe chat some ey H armoriy Rose and -.You a full parent, col- ored. sweet smell- ing. pure soap, for 20 cents The HpbotliiiD JCiltl Family and Dispensing Chemists Klght tnd Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door i steps should be taken to make the i [railway company bridge the nit.which j I is some or 14 feet deep .vad fifty feet Times. Driving full speed into a barbed -which was stretched across the i trail; Mr. and Mrs.'Peter Hammer, iwhile driving north on Friday last, jcief with an accident which might .th'av.e proved serious, and which rather I oadly injured Mrs. Hammer about the mroat and head. Mr. Hammer, who was driving, did not see the wire in uhe -dusk, and Mrs. Hammer was i caught under the chin, the wire cut- cmg her throat badly. Mr. Hammer was cut about the Times Taber' Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. will shortly commence (construction of a large grain elevator jat Purple Springs station, according to E. T. Westlalce of, who I was in Taber on Wednesday. Mr. Westlake states that material is al- ready upon the ground. The West Coast Grain Co. are also considering the matter of installing an elevator at that point. The Alberta Pacific is at present installing one at Bow Island, j BUSINESS LOCALS 'Don't fail to .soe the -Scarecrow SQUARE DEALING BACKED UP BY QUALITY IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Prices right, delivery quick; give us the-opportunity; time is a period of moral deteriora-i Dances at the Eureka. TWO MILLION AND A HALF BUSHELS (Continued from Front Page.) with some boys. Free from re-! Call CC6, the Lethoridge -Messenger 'faith in the country and do not hesl- has the shack stage disappeared so rapidly, and it shows that the farmers have not only prospered but have prove it. (423 THREE (523 Call us up or come in and see Rogers Lumber Limited OFFICE: ACADiA Bt YARDS AT WESTMINSTER RD. C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. b'traint of school, and many times of home, boys wander during vacation time into paths of wrong-doing, large ly because of a lack of directed play- life, and a natural outlet for "the ex- penditure of their surplus energy. The vacation problem, therefore, be- comes a serious one for both the boy and his parents. Camping offers a so- lution. A boy in the process of grow- ing needs the out-doors. He needs room and range. Through the ages of j thirteen and fifteen the more he can be in the open. free, from social en- gagornenis, and from continuous la- bor or study. Tin- better. Camps for! rys are springing up like mushrooms I Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery.s Office 327 Round St. 2JO-0 tate. to build permanent and substan- tial residences. In the country between Lethbridge There is some whistler at the Eu- and Taber steam plows can 'be seen reka this- week. ji'n ail directions and there is no ques- the phone that will :tion that there will be double, the bring Pony Express Dray to your I amount of land fti crop next year that door at shortest notice, to remove tnere is this year. that trunk or anything else you like to name. It must be admitted that the farm- 103-0 jers are nervous at the present time. Your last chance to see our feature iaooat crop prospects. Rain is needed eel "the .at the Eureka, jand if it does not come within two weeks conditions wfl] be serious. How ever a good deal of the nervousneeB I is created by the experience of last [year. Everybody is hopeful that the AJVD DISTRICT Gasoline Locomotives for-mine and .suri'ace use. also all kinds of gas and gasoline engines.. ftAiCOCK 4 WltCOX BOILERS, WIRE ROPE. TRACK SCALES, MINE FANS, WOODEN SPLIT PULLEYS. AND MINING SUP- PLIES OF ALL KINDS. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. The. police in North Ward are busv !needcd will come, and it is land camping is an experience, not an! tortav Irving lo locate the person that in 1909, the first i ii i T f heavy nuns ceased .on' Mav 27, and institution. It is an experience which i who walked oft with a pair ot field: <_ i i ;on the Sth of June there was a ram- everv live, erowir.E; bov longs tor. and glasses from a camp near, the T i M x- ila" followed on June -li bv i happy the day of his real ion. laKe in North Ward. Many petty' Camping; should cive to the boy ihat thefts have been- reported to the po- is so csscnlial in 'ic" of late, und if the police find Urn the making of a life, that faith in i culprits they will punish them to the 'others which is the foundation of so- i -extent of the Jaw. of .IS, followed on June .17 the second heavy rains, which carried tthe crop through splendidly. ciety, that spirit of will make him vice in hplpins otlier ikruism which to be of ser- fellows. The Lrthbrklge V.M.C.A. camp this sea- Hihle study of St. Paul's First Lu-i thcran church Wednesday S p.m., and i study of the Life of Luther. Subject: "Luther's Birth and Parentage." AN; GOOD TIMOTHY CROP P. 0. POX 270 324 SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 581 son will be held July 12th to 22nd, ten vhc study hour a short at "Camp located one andimeetinp of the Luther The a half miles east of Crow's-" Xest officers of The Luther League 'will .Station on the summit of the Rocky I meet also on Thursday at 8 p. m'. nioiintains. This will, perhaps, solve j The place of meeting will'be at tlir problem ihat is facing many home of Rev. C. Granv, 318 Fifteenth i cats today. i St., S. _: Timothy is 'being cut in the Sundial district, says Dr. S. Galbrallh, who returned from a mofor trip to 13oxv City yesterday. The timothy was about thirty inches hfgh and .is a splendid stand. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd Reward! To anyone giving' information of the where- abouts of our DaiTOt. It was inst learning to j. J 55 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. Give us a call, Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454. Opposite Ellison Mills BRANCHES City, Magrath, New Dayton, Langdan, Strathmore, yards and Saih and Door Factory in Calgary (etiil ROCHON'S PURE ICE WAS EQUALLED we pure ice cream: Wiite Labor only employed in making our ice cream. Because we get the finest cream in the country. Because we have had fifteen years' experience in Ing ice cream. Because we sell more ice cream than anybody else West of Winnipeg. -Our fountain is the latest and most sanitary that can be had. We have 'the reputation and we are going to keep it. OTHER PEOPLE'S OPINIONS OF Quak uaKer orea An out of town customer writes us "Very fine bread." "NAME ON opinion will be the same if you let UB leave you a sample loaf...Phone THE BAKER SECOND AVE. A. NORTH of the Comfort for you During Hot Weather Hammocks Ice Cream Freezers Refrigerators Oil Stoves Gasoline Stoves The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNIR 9TH ST. AND 4TH AVE., LETH1WIOGE. 1 ;