Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mfem .bnnboMmi! TheDallas Hotel tht.Bcst A Mo it Convenient Place to'Stay V WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE e Daily Herald t. Hotel Windsor Best a Day Hotel In Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Special in Hand Saws FOR ONE WEEK Hand Saws for the farmer, mechanic and for the private home. Just look at the; following; HAND SAWS Skew Back Panel, 18 Skew Back in; Each Skew Back Panel, 22 in. Each Hand, 26 Rip, 28 inch Straight Back Fand, hi v-l Unecla Hand in; Each Can you afford to be without one? for Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE A RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 attention to mall orders 500 Ctoth Bound Books just arrived. Price 3 tor You will find a large selection of Standard Works in this ed- ition suitable for your library. For the latest books go to New WMtnty Blick for Undtrwoarf Typi writtr Phone 1265. INVALID SUPPORTERS TRUSSES BELTS CRUTCHES CUSHIONS And everything else needed in the sick room. The advan- tage of buying here comes from high quality and an as- V. sortment large enough to ad- mit of suitable selection for any demand. Prices right, too. UtertaflrygaoilBookCQ, Prescription Specialists I, .1. HPW, DOES YOUK SKIN FEEL DKIEBUP? Perhaps you have not been taking proper care of your skin. It needs care and attention lust as m.uch as your teeth or hair. If we could live just as na- ture intended we should we wouldn't need to worry about our bodies and would" die of old age. But if we would repair the ravages incidental to the arti- ficial life we live, we suggest the regular .use of some such dainty emollient as Mellow Balm. It smoothes out the drawn and uncomfortable feeling from wind, sun or hard water. Leaves a sensa- tion of soft grateful comfort. Costs only a quarter and we guarantee you will like it -U the price you can hardlv af- ford to be without it NEW VEGETABLES ARRIVING TODAY Including'.' cabbage, cauli- flower, tomatoes, carrots, beets, lettuce, cucumbers., new potatoes. lowest market Strawberries Tomorrow at 2 for 35c Also a CAR OF DRIED FRUSTS Peaches, Pears, Apricots and Prunes. Ask our prices for these ex- tra quality fruits. The Store of Quality Groceries, Fruit, Vegetablci and Crockery Phone 1453 WELCirSGKAPE JUICE Is the best drink you can get for this hot Price per pint bottle 50c Price per q.uart bottle ]goc KED SOCKEYE SALMON We.havivjusi secured a quantity of tliese goods at a remarkably low price. While they last the price for uvo tins is............. ,25c WASHINGTON STKAWBERKIES Fresh Today, Price per basket B. C. STKAWBEKMES First of the season arrived this morning; quality is fine; price per basket.............................................. 20c Leave your orders for preserving berries, price and "mi-illtv guaranteed. J. I. o, Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS -Music lovers get your tickets for something excellent at the Majestic Thursday night. 155-3 the soap of quality. 138-0 Concessions for carnival week on the public square, see F. nv. Brown are now being held at Coaldale appoint- ment in connection with the West- j minster circuit They are being suc- cessfully conducted by Evangelist Bell of the Methodist'conference. The Lethbridge and Macleod cricket teams played a tie match at Macleod on Saturday'afternoon, each team scoring 117 runs. The chief scorers were Robinson and Holt, both of Lech- bridge team who made 37 and 20 respectively.' For the Lethbridge team Hings took seven out of the ten wickets. After the match the Mac- leod boys entertained the visitors at dinner. Hdmonton, fair............ 74 Calgary, fair .....___..... 74 Lethbridge, clear.......... S3 Hegina, cloudy............ 74 Brandon clear 73 Winnipeg, clear............ S6 Port' Arthur, fair.......... 64 Some showers have fallen in east- ern Saskatchewan but the weather throughout the Prairie Provinces been generally ng-and quite warm. Low temperature is reported in North- ern Alberta during the night. Forecast: Manitoba, mostly fair and warm but some local showers or thunderstorms, but mostly fair. Alberta, generally fair and mod- erately in some locali- ties on Wednesday. liiitri ACADIA BLOCK Yard, Yard, Jresenfo Geo. Percival, a recent arrival from St. Johns, Newfoundland, has opened up a new watchmaking and engraving department in the W. E. Par- sons' dry goods store, Westminster Road. Mr. Percival is a graduate of the Philadelphia School of Horology and Optics. CHAS. H. HARPER COMING WITH RAUL PEREIRA Piano enthusiasts will enjoy a rare treat in hearing Charles Harper, the noted pianist, who appears at the Raul Pereira concert here in the Majestic on Thursday, June Criticisms from other ciues of Mr. Harper's performance speak in the most glowing terms of his artistic ability. Such expressions as the fol- lowing are voiced by many delighted audiences and serve as a guarantee of the pleasure in store for the music lovers in our city: The Xanaimo Herald says: "The great Rondo Capriccioso (Mendel- ssohn) as played'by Mr. Harper was a really great performance and IIP may res-: assured that he will always be welcomed by the Xanaimo public." DEATH OF A LOCAL FLORIST At past nine last evening, the death of "Tom Leigh Clarke, the well known florist, took place at his resi- dence, 60i Cutbill street. Mr. Clarke has been unwell for some time, but was taken seriously ill and forced to take his bed less than a week ago. He was thirty-nine years of age, hav- ing been born at dough Bank, Black- ley, Lancaster, England, on Feb. -I, 1871. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas William Clarke are now liv- ing at Eccles, Eng., near Manchester. The deceased came to Calgary about four years ago, and a year later mov- ed to Lethbridge, establishing a'busi- ness as a florist. A few months ago he was elected a fellow of the Royal Horticultural Society of Great Bri- tain. A widow and two little girls survive and have the sympathy of a vcry large circle of friends. The funeral will take place from the residence to-morrow (Wednesday) at three o'clock in the afternoon. Rev. T. P. Perry, pastor oMVesley Meth- odist church, will conduct the cere- monv. A teaspoonful in a glass of wafer with a little sugar makes a delightful drink and a good thirst quencher. keep it in pints, quarts and in hulk to sell by the gal- lon. Prescription Druggists PHONE 1239 SILVER WARE Sec our line of knives and forks, spoons, carvers and fancy pieces. FICKLE" Tea and coffee pots, percolating coffee pots, trays, crumb trays and scrapers. STEEL WARE Fine carvers, fine table knives and forks. j Go to the Royal Shoe store, Crabh street, opposite Bank Of Montreal, I for the Right Shoe at the Right 'Price. CLOTHES LINE THIEVES BUSY LAST NIGHT A clothes line thief, of which the city has. been practically exempt for the past two years or more, made his appearance again last night at-the east end of Hie city, tak- ing a number of articles off a clothes line at the residence of Mrs. William Stafford at the corner of Westminster Koad and Redpath street. Two men were seen and given a warm chase over the prairie by young men visit- ing at the Stafford residence; one man, a foreigner, was caught, but had evidently thrown away what articles j he had and pretended to be busily en- gaged picking up shingles at a build- ing being erected on William street by Jos. Tuff. The man was let go. The charge of bigamy against R. JG. of Toronto, was dismissed. Now is the Time to Use LIME JUICE We have both Momsernit and Sovereign to choose from. FRESH STRAWBERRIES, CHERRIES, GRAPE FRUIT CUCUMBERS, CABBAGE, ETC. FAMILY GROCERS REDPATH STREET PHONE 515 Sole Agents THE McKEOWN HARD- WARE COMPANY, LTD. Dufferin Round Streets We Ship Out of Town Daily Oh, You Carnival! Week of June 20 PUBLIC SQUARE The Highest Class Combination of Amusements Ever Seen Barnes'Wad Animal Circus Auspices Brown Amusement Compy., Ltd. Hardware, Paints and Oils Paint up, brighten up, brush up Make home more cheerful with a fresh coat of paint "WE SELL THE BEST" Call and get our prices GEO. H. LING Successor to Hayr Bros. you lire oirt-of town ng." The Underskirt Store of the City materials anrt arc light, strong and durable. They arc guaranteed to TAFFETA SILK MOlRETTE-Does not cut or split in the folds. It is a new finish in a silk warp in black, brown, reseda, navy, myrtle and wisteria. Onlv ENGLISH SILK-The best imitation of silk made. Ft mstlcs and has all the swish and appearance of silk Price....... MISSES' black sateen, made with deep flounce and well finished in every way m> Only EXTRA LARGE We have the 'ex- tra large sixes in skins, in blk. moirotte Tn Black Sateen Only 91.50 A fine skirt in brown, mvrtle nax-y and black Price wear and retain their finish. BLACK SATEEN-Fine Black Sateen Skirts made with two double frills, also dust Special )1.25 IRON STRONG MOIRETTE-This is the best value we have ever offered in skirts, made with dust frill. Kxcep- iional vahie at e Bentley Gompany, Ltd.