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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta w Ivjij-v'i i .A- v u "i TO ALL TRAINS Windsor 4. e Daily Herald WHIN IN LITHSftlDOI Tbe Dalta U the and Convert- lent te Stay Cyclone. Ornamental Lawn Fence And Gates The strong construction of this fence win appeal to all who deiire a durable fence. The style makes it specially suitable for door yards, gardens or any place where a, good wire fence is needed. "CYCLOXE" FEXCIXG comes m 2 widths, IS inches is specially for protecting flower beds, shrubbery or boulevard protection. It needs no poses to it. .You simply push the 6 inch ends into the earth and the fence is firm. 18 inch, per foot.....................................___100 ft. 85 inch, width, pattern as ft. I foot to match each vet been HIE HIGHEST GRADE CAANED GOODS tlint ha are ALM-LAM) CAXXED GOODS put up I-ast year ix-coivcd the ajrciu-y for those fine goods kuowing that i hoy were the hnesr that mouey. could buy. Every til. is sold with a iiionoy bark yiianmlee. PLEASE XOTE Thit fence is cheaper by far than anything you have yet been offered. want some fencing, come in and let talk the matter over with you. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. l p. o. Box Wo Olvt Special Attention to Mail Orden puck. X tins, ...3 for 50c STRINGLESS Wax or Green Price uer tin.......................... 15c ib. rins. price each Gallon Tine each LOMBARD heavy" Vynip, "s Price each.................. SS S M A f N STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 In heavy.-. syrup, 2 Each .2Sc In heavy syrup, 2 Ib. tins..... .2 for 45C In heavy syruo. 2'lb. tins, .20c In heavy ayrup, 2 Ib. tin GREcN GAGE In heavy, sjrup, tins, price each 20c Ib. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERIN 5 PHONE i -THE WEATHER .Calvary, clear Lethbridgtv clear Winnipeg, raining Port- Arthur, fair 74 SI 78 SO 42 -19 60 46 51 47 .04 .10 .08 Just What You Want! A Comfortable Hammock and a Good Book Our stock, of both these lines, and at all prices. Kamioops. clear............ Sfi Nelson, clear .82 Urann' weather has prevailed over the prairie provinces'and it has been showery in all Very heavy rains are reported in Saskatoon anri accompanied with severe ail storms. FORECAST Manitoba-Cool and today. 'Friday, northwest J wind's and fair. I Saskatchewan and ateiy warm and fine tonight and Fri- dar. in. is large ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK RBT DOOR WEST OF UNION .BANK. PHONE 1294. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS crrr DISTRICT shoe No Extra Charge For Good Trusses We hare made a study of the String of trusses and we can guarantee satisfaction to you. From our large, assortment you suited. If-you are looking for quality comfort you can find it here. We you the service of specialists when it comes to fit- ting trusses and there is no charge for this service, ALBERTA DRUG CO. A. g, RIPLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 772 Unrated Talcum Powder 25c a tin A lace chamois with each tin of this powder JACKSON COPE BLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGI9TS to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. PHONE 1232. SQUARE DEALING BACKED UP BY QUALITY IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS "uick' the opportunity; we will (423 THREE (323 B. Douglas, tht Calgary is iii the city on business. The C.P.R. company is laying a pipe line across the high level bridge lor the purpose of fire protection; A large number oi members of the Y..M.C.A. turned out last evening to practice jumping, vaulting and run-j ning, etc There is a probability that the' Dank of British N'orth Arocriqf may open a branch in Medicine Hat for the C.P.R. shops are located thereat The regular monthly meeting nf the Board of Trade for June will be" held in St. Augustin's Hall, Second Avenue, South, tomorrow evening. Ernest Owen, manager ef the Sun Life Assurance Co., is in the city from visiTtcrthe company's R. R. Davidson left yesterday af- ternnon for a tour towns the A. R. I. and -will be away fo the remainder of "the week. Rev. W. Davidson, the newly ap pointed minister for Kipp, _is spend ing a few days, the guest of Rev. an Mrs. A. A. Lytle. Owing to the Royal North Wes Mounted Police barracks here being i full of prisoners, .the authorities sen six of them to Macleod yesterdav tc finish their term. Rev. PI. H. Cragg, B.D went through the- city yesterday af- ternoon on the three o'clock' train to take charge of his new appointment at Tabcr. The Taylor Milling Company receiv- ed a letter from W. H. Edwo'rthr, of Nan ton, dated the 13th, in which he savs that they had a fine rainfall and that the crops were in the best pos- sible condition. Great Falls Tribune Mrs. D. S. McCaig, Miss J. Porter and Miss A. Fourier, of Lethbridge, arrivp.d in the city yesterday, and will spend a few days here at the Fair hotel. i H. F. Merry-weather expects Green Jardinieres 8 in., 9 in., and 10 AT80c Good quality and: nice appearance We are overstocked so give the customers the 'benefit. They are so cheap you "should siock up with them; them in the house or on the verandah. They help to make things homelike and neat. EACH CIT1 AJVD DISTRICT The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS A Number of Interesting Summer Items Japanese Crepe W. V. 'Poapst has gone on a busi- ness trip to Medicine Hat and Moose Jaw. jI The Herald wishes to state that was mis-informed yesterday when it" stated that Mr. and Mrs. Barrow came here from England only a short time ago. Although natives of Eng- land, they came here some thirteen years ago and Mr. Barrow home- steaded near -Diamond City, which he a few weeks ago, and is very' well known. He was the first one to build a house on McKillop St., North Ward. The foundry will close today at uoon for the funeral of his w fe, -Mrs Jane Barrow, who died at the the family residence, 326 18th St., North. Wednesday moining Tn olain colors and strioee, a large variety of shades, also dainty Jap- anese klmona patterns, considered good value af25c yd. Special Price, per Yard 15c White Wash Belts Beautifully embroidered belts, plain and scolloped edse work on fine lawn. Regularly sold at'l30c. Special Price 25c Wash Collars and .Jabots The newest creations in ladies' neck wear. Collar effects and many other styles. Regular 35c, 30c each. Special, 21 c Bed Spreads White Spreads, and size aold at Special SEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS Phone THEATRICAL Reward! "A COMFQJtyS FOB THE FEET. Foot Allen's Foot Tiz. Kexall Corn Cure Electropodes Corn Bituyan. Pads The Story J. D. HiginbotliaiR S and Chemlita Night uid Dajr Night Bell 011 Trout Door BUSINESS LOCALS Call 668, the Lethbridge Meuenger to] Service I6i quick message bag- Icavc toaay for -his home in Denver, J gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. Col., to close up his business with _ the city engineering department' there. will return about July 1, it possible, 10 resume his duties here. Owing to the great increase in his osteopathic practise. Dr. Mason has Call us up ox come In and see ,us, Rogers Cuniingham lumber Co., Limited been compelled to take a large suite of offices. lie is now located suite 216-218 Sherlock Block, and has every accommodation for the conven- ience of his patients. A general meeting of the Leth- bridge company of the Veterans' Bri- 0-U-Reka. Some show this Original Scarecrow Dancers, Wilson, the king of whistlers. The pupils of the Convent" school' 2JO-t week. gatle -will be held tomorrow. (Friday) j 35c. will give a musical and dramatic en- tertainment on Monday, June 19th in the Majestic Theatre. Performance to commence at 8.30 sharp. Admission Adults children 25c. Plan open at the Majestic box office. A matinee will take place on Tuesday 20th, at 3 o'clock sharp. Children 25c., adults WINNING MISS" WITH MAX BLOOM The difference between musical comedy and comic opera is only one of a degree, and "A Winning Miss." i with Max Bloom, might with impun-1 ity be called a comic opera'that -bor- ders at times on the light opera, for the quality and quantity of the music j which is by the prolific trio of- opera composers, Peters, Atteridge and Boyle Woolfolk, is distinctive, if nof predominately operatic. The possibly the best result of .an. earnest effort on the part of the trio to compose the brightest antfj most tuneful work of their successful career. A varied score is the result, that ranges from the sublime "Land i of a ballad tha.t calls for a, ibaritone with an exceptional range, to "Did you. ever see soo, many funny looking; a song- written to get comedy out of all the ridiculous- looking headgear. The average or- chestra is unequal to the occasion, consequently a special augmentation is carried by the company, allowing an orchestra of fourteen pieces, to properly carry out-the requirements of the musical director. Max Bloom, the comedian of 'A Winning Miss" has the support of a large company of .sixty people, of "Beauty Chorus" are pro- minent, in the many pretty pictures and artistic settings that this produc- tion affords, and some idea of the completeness may be derived from the fact that "A Winning Miss" was originally launched at a cost of There are many novel electrical ef- fects, such as a glow worm, or fire, .fly number, the passing of a lighted excursion boat on a lake scene that is so realistic that one In the audience might be led to imagine they were sitting on the quiet bank of some body of the passing steam- ers-on a "pleasant night. The beau- tiful prismatic effect of the full moon casting its reflection on the dancing waves as they lap the shores and ev- erything that would indicate a perfect To anyone giving information of the" of our parrot. It was just learning to talk. The first words it said was "Riverside lumber is the BesV They have their ow mills and sound timbers. Everything "in the building line is supplied at all our yards. Give us a call, Riverside Lumber Co. Plume 454. Opposite Ellison Mills City, Magrath, New JJayton, Ltngdon, yardi and Sach and Door Factory-ln Calgary ROCHON'S In PURE ICE NEVER WAS EQUALLED Why we cell pure ice cream: White Labor only employed in making our ice cream. Because we get the finest cream in the country experience l Because we sell more ice cream than anjDodv elee Weet BL Our fountain is the latest and most sanitary that can be had we have the reputation and we are going to keep It. '56-4J June 16th, at 8 p.m. in the Builders' j A Mg spectacular production at the Goodyear Auto Tires :8ome Goodyear Sundries that save time. trouble and dollars to every automobile owner CUT PATCHEJ PUWTER8---------PATCHING CAPtftieo IN Canadian General Supply Co. Oliver ..Block, Round Eureka" tonight, "Agnes Viscontu" for the purpose of completing ar- rangements for the Coronation Day parade. Rifle' shooting, ,'xvill.'be one of the sports of the summer, the members of the Lethl.ridge Association having CITY AND DISTRICT K- M. Thomasson is reported to be improving and is expected to be decided to set. busy once more. aKain day or so. intMmc; for the purpose of discussing! Eva.ts, of Montreal, ;fotmer- plans for the -summer- will "be held 1 3f :l of the R.X.W.M.P. sla- this evening in A. Raftoi'i-Cannmo !s and at MacJeod. is in the night. They are brought out uf the reverie