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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta fflCff tUt TO A'.'. TRAINS Hole! Windsor t IU5 Day HoUl In Atbtrti The Lethbridge Daily 4. WHIN IN LtTHIRIDOi t: The r 4- U ttnt PI act to 6Uy L. a, j. j. 4, .u "h "Cyclone" Ornamental Lawn Fence And Gates The strong construction of this fence will appeal to all who desire a neat, durable fence. The makes it specially suitable for door yards, gardens or any place where a good wire fence ts needed, "CYCLONE" FENCING comes in 2 widths. IS inches is specially for protecting flower beds shrubbery or boulevard protection. It needs no posts to guy it. You simply push the 6 inch ends into the earth and the fence is firm. 18 inch, per foot inch, width, tame pattern as cut 20c Tt. to match PLEASE NOTE Thit fence it chtaper by far than anything you have yet been offered. If you want fencing, come in and let talk the matter over with you. Hkk-Sehl Hardware Co. lit We Olvt Attention to Mail Orders Just Wkat You Want! A Comfortable Hammock and a Good Book Our stock, of-both these lines, is large and at--all prices. NEW WHITNEY BLOCK DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. >HONE 1265. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS No Extra Charge For Good T. russes 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 be suited. If you are looking for quality and comfort you can find it here. We you' the service of specialists when it comes to fit- ting misses and there is no-charge for this service. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, RIPLEY, MANAGER; PHONE 772 25, a tin A face chamois given free witk each tin of this powder JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS iuoceaaors to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 1231 Building Season is on. It's time to consider your material purchases. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS of all kinds. We deliver in the city. Cheap price. Quality the best (423 THREE (523 Rogers Cunningham lumtier Co., Limited OFFICE: ACADiA Bl AT WESTMINSTER RD. A C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. THE HIGHEST GRADB CANNED (jOODS thar have y-t been cau- mnl are TIXELANI) CANNED GOODS up inSANlTARV TINS year received the agency for these fine kuuwing they were the finest that money could buy. Every tin is sold with-a back guarantee. pack. Ib. tins. ...3 for SOc STRINGLESS Wax or Green. price Ib. tins, price each ...........15c Gallon Tins each ........................SSc LOMBARD heavy syrup, 2 )b. tins. Price We also carry all kinds of PIE FRUITS in gallon of these goods to try and if you are not satisfied heavy syrup, 2 Ib. tins. Each ..25c heavy syrup. 2 -lb. tins..-----2 for 45e heavy syrup. 2 lb. tins, .20c heavy syrup, 2 Ib. tin ..20c GREEN GAGE heavy syrup, 2 lb. tins, price and 3 pound n'ns. Let us send a small quantity u-irh the quality and price there will be no charge. THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN STORE HIGH CLASS GROCERS OUFF6RIN 8T, ROUND ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONARY BRANCH PHONE 525 WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONE B2? is 46 54 j 51 i S3 i 'Calgary, fair...................... 72 I Lethbridge. clear 77 I Winnipeg, dot'dv 78 _ Port Arthur, cloudy...... "6f> j Katnloops, fair SS 53 Nelson.............................. SO 51 i Only a few light showers and thuri- derstprms have occurred. The wenth-' er over the prairie provinces has been: j mostly fine and moderately warm, j j Rain has been general in the Dakotas. j; j FORECAST Western Provinces ji i Fair and moderate today and urdav. CITY AiVD DISTRICT F. J. Cumminirs is expected back from Xantor. this afternoon. I 0. T. Lathrop went .to Chin today j ro look ovar some farms down there., K, J. Hurdlings returned to gar-v this moraine on the fiver. On -July 1st a number of the Y.M. C.A. boys expect-'.to go to Taber for for the games at that town. Al. Morris has received word that! the fireworks for Coronation day have been shipped. j The Xanton Board of: -Trade has f Green Jardinieres 8 m., 9 and 10 in. AT 80C EACH Good quality and nice appearance We are overstocked so give the customers the 'benefit. They are so cheap you should stock up with them: use them in the house or on the verandah. They help to make things homelike and neat-. C1T1 AND UISTBICT ,C. Roscnbaum, having signified his to return to the United ng State? without- further trouble, will j be taken south to the boundary morrow, where he will be taken ih charge by Sheriff Collins, of Great Falls. of the local police will accompany him to the boundarv. j been revived, with a good man, Ed. Dawson, as president.. Mrs. Ed. McKeime, who underwent i 7 1! an operation at the Galr Hospital on I Monday, is reported to be recovering j nicely. E. G. Beacher arrived from-Minne- apolis yesterday ;and went down j I Cardston this rooming with H'., KM1 j to visit the Owendale Farm. Rev.. G. M. Ritchie, of Lone Star Mission; has come to the city and expects to spend the summer here. At present he staying with Rev. A. A. Lytle. The funeral of Mrs. John Barrow, of Xorth'Lethbridge, took place from the family residence yesterday after- noon. Rev. A. A. Lytie, of Westmin- ster church, conducted the ceremony. R. R. Paul been appointed post master of. the new post office called Avalon, on northwest quarter 01 9-3- 9. Doran postoffice on northeast of 22-2-14, has'also been established. .fff The Harriers are -requested to turn TJlQ j out for Tic'handicap race-this even- ing, and also for the special meeting. alter the- race, as important business will be discussed. The Ellison. Milling Company' re- port that they -are running the mill night and day'to .get. many _ ex- port orders out.' This is the -first time the mill has been running at night for about a year, and it shows that times are improving. of the Y.M.C.A. who to go to Edmonton and cohf- SEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS. Phone 556 COMFORTS FOB THE FEET. Rexall Gorn Cure Eleetropodes Corn Pads Family, and DlspenilDt CUeroJsta.' Night mnd Day Telephone Na ,322 Night. Bell on Front Door went for a hike down to the river bottom and had such "a good time that they voted to go down this Sat- urday. Nearly fifty boys -went last week and about seventy-five will go tomorrow.--Don't forget your lunch basket and also your baseball equip- meiits and-a. jolly time is expected. A number oi the boys of the Y.M.C. A. have taken out applications to go to camp and the authorities hope that a .number of the parents will srnri their boys away for the summer to the camp. Arrangements have been Completed and the boys j; will be under the direction oi.Physi-J cal Director Wiikcs, who will be as--; sisted Van Allen, and an cx-J celent- outing is sure to be the re- suit. I The sale of t-he McDermid ranch, on Willow CreeK, v.'as put through; last Friday.' It is a real sale this j time and the new owners are to-take; I F j possession at an early date, possibly j before the end of this week. The pur-j 'chasers are D. P. McDariiels and I. Gregory, from the vicinity of Car-! stairs, who "take over the ranch and I I cattle- Alfred Caiwerori bought 'the; horses, which, he will remove from, the I News. I CranbVoolc '.Entertainer Secretary Teet, of the Y.M.C.A., "is disputing the claim of Secretary Thomasson of Let-hbridgc Y.M.C.A., who recently n.adc the statement that his town had the largest proportionate mem-j; bership of its .size injj western-.Canada; He reported a bership of 631 and a population of! Cranbropk; has 250 members and a population of i 0. T. Latbrop Herald j this "morning that he shipped the first jcar of coal from his mine at. Milk River yesterday. The mine has been running nil''spring, but., the farmers have been using the output- until late ly'for their steam plough outfits. He says that they are now stocked up a large enough supply to last them over the 'summer, and will from now on attend to large outside or- ders. BUSINESS JLOGALS Children's big matinee at pete in the games, are requested to j the Eureka Saturday. A turn out on Monday evening. and' lection for the little ones. r practice. The physical committee will j -e66j the Lethbridge: Messenger decide whether in shape to Service for quick message and bag- rea "It that creamy-rich flavor, lightness and whiteness that adds to the relish." waste coal and your strength baking bread when you can get QUAKER -BREAD so. Just phone '-1027. and ive will do the rest. THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE, A, NORTH Tkink of the Comfort v l: for you During Hot Weather Hammocks Ice Cream Freezers 4 Refrigerators Oil Stoves Gasoline Stoves The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVI., LETHiRICXiE. ;