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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta w The Dallas Hotel J 9 4 Mott Convenient Place to Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Lethbridge Daily Herald V t A a Day HotH In Alberta 4 FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Summer Goods NOW .We are offering a lot of useful and ne- cessaiy articles which everyone should look over. On all; lines we quote low, and as to quality we can recommend every item herein mentioned. LAWN MOWERS The smooth and clean cut- ting styles which run easy for years. All widths are now in stock. to each REFRIGERATORS You cannot afford to be without one these hot days and the saving te great where you have fruit, meats, vege- tables or milk to keep. Pricei to Each RUBBER HOSE Specials in this Hue are 50 feet 1-2 inch'hose complete with nozzle and Same lengths only 3-4 inch, Complete ICE CREAM FREEZERS Don't waste money buying ice cream. Make your own. You don't have to pay an ex travagant price. We show tbein to Each KERB'S FOR PROVISIONS Agenti for Sherwln-Wlltlami Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware fc WHOESALE4 RETAIL REDPATHSTREET PHONE 0. BOX 670 We give special attention to mail orders The Thing One of our comfortable hammocks, at prices to suit all purses, A GOOD BOOK You will find our book store stock the LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE in South- ern Alberta. Prices range lOc UP 100ISTDIE N.w WWtniy Block r Undtrwocd writtr Phone 1265. is faithfully executed with the utmost skill, conscientious work and painstaking care. You can depend on it that when we nil your prescription you have everything in your favor. llterta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists i. B. HPin, 3A FOLDING POCKET KODAK is the pick of the series by those who know. Let J. D. HIGIN3OTHAM CO. dem onstrate 10 you the complete- ness, serviceability and spe- cial features of this popular kodak. It is no trouble to show goods, Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Premium Hams and Bacon Hams, per Ib....... ...25c Bacon, per Ib. .30o PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES 53.50 per case Today and Tomorrow. NEW LAID EGGS Per dozen..............30c Fresh today. The Store of Quality Extra Eine CASE Order now and get the pick of'them. Large quantities arriving Sell Fruit Wholesale Be Prompt Delivery Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries Fruit, Vegetable! and Crockery LIME JUICE LIME JUICE LIME JUICE All kinds of it and at all prices. It's good this kind of weather. Strawberries, Cherries, 'Pineapples, Etc. BUSINESS LOCALS Over fifty performers will take part in the Conservatory Concert Wednes- day night. See programmes. 160-2 Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Burdett opposite Methodist church, 474. H2.0 Dressmaking is our specialty. The Misses Thomson and Laing, dress- makers, Blk., Westminster Road, North. 155-6 Diamond City Coal Co.'s passenger train -will meet the Carmangay local and the two C.P.R. daily locals at Kipp. 155-6 Ladies' summer" hats and bonnets, j latest Parisian styles, for sale at greatly reduced prices at Madame j Prudhomme, across from the Herald office, 32t> Crabb street. 159-2 The musical event oi the year will be the Conservatory Recital in; the Majestic nest Wednesday night. Don't fail to secure your seats at the Red must have contained pretty good lumber, it has lasted so Ions. Not a bit better lumber, however, than that we supply. SELECT YOUR LUMBER HERE and you'll have a good solid, non-shrinking building, ier buy the best at first. It's the cheapest last. Bet- SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 THE WEATHER Calgary, cloudy 72 Lethbridge, cloudy 76 Cross Drug store. 160-2 j Regina, fine 91 the soap oi quality. Winnipeg, clear 9S 138-0 Hear the largest orchestra in the province at the Majestic theatre Wed- nesday evening, June 22nd. Seats on sale at the Red Cross book store. 130-2 45 56 65 72 50 56 .28 Port Arthur, cloudy Rain has fallen in Northern Alberta and a few scattered showers in Sas- katchewan have occurred. Elsewhere in the prairie provinces clear skies have" prevailed. Temperatures have The Barrie Carriages and wagons j been very high in Manitoba. Over 100 degrees in the shade registered at iare the best. Easton and Eckstorm !sell them! Show room at Athletic Park. 160-6 j Auction sale of very superior house- CITY AND DISTRICT Chas. G. Brower has so W the Mes- senger Service-to J: H. Rodes. General Secretary Tuomasson, several places. It has been quite warm in Saskatchewan, but compar- atively cool in Alberta. FORECASTS Manitoba High temperature with local thunderstorms 'hold furniture at residence oi J. B. Storey, 31 Argyle Ave., on Wednes- day afternoon, June 22, at 2.30 p.m. to-night and Wednesday, sharp. Gus Neidig, auctioneer. 160-2 j The most exciting picture ever j shown in the citv. "The Grand Na- DISTRICT A telephone line is being construc- ted by the A. R. I. Co. from No. 6 shaft, and Georgetown, into the city. The case of assault against John ,a blacksmith in the C. P. R. shops, laid by a fellow employee was this morning withdrawn at the police court on payment, of the costs and Kostuh" agreeing to pay the doctor's fees. The funeral took place this morn- ing from R. G. Addison's undertaking parlors >to the Roman Catholic Church of the seven months' old tional at the Eureka Wednesday and Thursday night only. Buy your buggies, hay and grain at oi j wholesale prices from Easton and the Y.M.C.A., who kit on Sunday j Eckstorm, warehouse and showroom CITY AND DISTRICT Messrs. Parslow and Baird last ior Edmonton will return to-mor- row. John Garner has at Athletic Park. 160-6 E. Parsons, Westminster Road, op- purchased from Posite. the school, is selling 5-4 col- oilcloth for 25 cents per 160-2 A. H. Ward the studio lately owned by W. H. Hantord. yard. The Roy Electric Co. have install- _Watch To-morrow night at the "The Grand National Steeple England's greatest sporting; ed a new flasher electric sign, quite unlike any. in the city. It is run by a motor. Alberta Margaret, the seven month Eureka; !event. Arrived at E. Parsons' Westminster old child of J. P. and Mrs. Thon, of !Rd" North Ward? a new stock of Coakiale, died in the city Sunday. The railroad freight offices's stafl accept the challenge oi the employees tor" the Hick-Sehl Hardware Co., to U game of football. The Ellison Milling and ricvaror Co. have recently added a new auto- mobile to their equipment ior the convenience of th> staff. A sitting of the Supreme Court will be held in Letbbridge on the 27 dress muslins from 15c to 30c- Miss McLeod, accountant for the F. C. Lowes Co., spent the week-end in Calgary. District Court will sit here on the 28th inst., instead oi to-day, the day originally set down. His Honor Judge Carpenter, who will sit here, has to hold his own regular court at Macleod to-day, hence the change. Benton Hatch, oi the George Hatch Land was i Saturday on business for the firm M. r OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square deal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingl- es, sash, doors, or building material of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we juat get our prices. If wr can't show you the advantage In buying here, then don't bay from us. Lnkr CHpan, LMM ACADIA tLOCK North Yartf, oi this month, (Monday to dispose of the civil cases which were j left over from the regular sitting held Iby ex-Chief Justice Sifton in' Mr. .Justice Beck will preside. A fire alarm was turned in last night from one of the houses on the j river bottom across the traffic bridge. The chief went down in his buggy, but the brigade did 'not turn out. The house was destroyed and some of its contents. GENUINE SEA SALT A little of this in the water when washing has a fcreat curative value on the skin. 25c a package. Mr. E. C. The biggest Hardware man In America Says: "The RccolJeo tion of quality remains, long after the price has been forgotten." Onr stock Represents Quality. old goods night shipped from here to Calgary three carloads of young horses which they purchased in the Little Bow coun- try from W. Whitney, "W. Stafford and -Mrs. Graham. L. S. Ripley Co., the local agents for the townsite of Redcliffe. take a party of local people down to the town on a special car Wednesday night. Special cars will also run there the same day from Calgary, Moose Jaw and Regina and cars from Min- neapolis and St. Sons of England are invited to a social in the Oddfellows Hall Wednes- day, June 22 at 9.30 given by the Daughters and Maids in honor of Sister German, who is leaving for a trip to the old country. Daughters and Maids are requested to meet at eight sharp Wednesday. Social at 9.30. W. A. Cascaden, of the Bell-Casca- den.Land Co., and a former editor of the Lapel News, of Lapel, Indiana, returned recently from a two days' auto trip northwest of the city. Lo- cal showers occurred at Stavely and Claresftolm, and crops look are badly in need of rain. J3. S. Mitcutil, C.p.pk. agent, and V. J. Newton, freight on the same road, both enthusiastic dis- ciples of Isaac-Walton journeyco .Sun- day to the South Fork of 01.1 Man River for a day's sport. Tn'v re- jport, however, that thu water oo high to make fishing send. child of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Thorn, oi Coaldale. J. Heaton, business agent oi the Building Trades Council, says all danger of trouble on the Y.M.C.A. building is past, all the non-union laborers who worked on the job have made application to join the Labor- ers' Union. MONTREAL STOCK MARKET Montreal, June 1000 head of butcher cattle, 350 calves, 300 sheep and lambs and SOO hogs 'Were offered at the Montreal stock yards today. The offerings of live stock during the 'week Tvere 4080 cattle, 800 calves, 400 sheep and lambs and 1850 hogs. Trade was fair but the prices of cattle were lower. Prime beeves 6 to 7 3-4c a Ib; pretty good an- imals, 5 1-4c to G l-2c Ib.; common stock, 3 3-4 to DC Ib.; calves, 3 to 6c In.; sheep about 5c Ib.; lambs ?4.50 to ?6 each. Good lots of hogs about lOc per pound. WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg, June closed 9C; July opened 94, closed 95 1-2; October opened 91 3-5, closed 92 7-8; cash closed, 1 Nor. 97 1-4; 2 1-2; 3 Nor. 3-4; 3 white oats 33 1-4; 3 barley 42 1-2; flax 195. lleno, Nevada, June Tex. Rickard announces that the Johnson-Jeffries fight will be held at Reno Julv 4th. u HAD BETTER Stafford-Agnew Co. "If liTt of towm w.' FAMILY GROCERS REDPATH STREET PHONE 615 LAWN MOWERS Owing to an Oversight on the part of our buyer we DUPLICATED OUR ORDER For this Season's Stock of LAWN MOWERS And find that we are VERY MUCH OVERSTOCKED Now, we will give you the ADVANTAGE OF OUR MISTAKE And clear our Stock of Lawn Mowers AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES We must sell them. We will not carry them over. The McKeown Hardware Go. Ltd. DUFFERIN AND ROUND STREETS SHIP OUT OF TOWN AL V f> 11 Uh, You Carnival! Week of June 20 PUBLIC SQUARE The Highest Class Combination of Barnes' Wild Animal Circus Auspices Brown Amusement Compy., Ltd. Owing to the Knights of Pythias being in convention, and the circus being in close proximity to our store we had an extraordin- ary rush on the first day of these events so we have decided to cut prices as low as is con- sistent with good quality., for the balance of their stay. We have just received a consign- ment ICE CREAM 85C UP Keep the flies away from your'food. Do you kn ow they carry' disease 1 We MEAT up GASOLINE STOVES 75 MEAT the cellar, dirt'cheap. pay strict attention to mail, phone and out of town GEO. H. LING Hardware to Hayr. Bros. PHONE 57S-REDPATH ST. OPPOSITE SQUARE There is no need to go around suffering from the heat. Come in and let us sell you a cool hat LINEN HATS Cool and light, neat dark green, for......................... Dark Gray, for 75c 45c STRAW HATS Good Style, for Fine Soft Straw, for Better Quality, for SOc 50c PAN AMAH ATS w Guaranteed to be genuine Panama Neat. -Style, for........................ Nothing Better, for........................ No Better Made, for OUR We make a leader of this line. They come in dark gray, green, brown, and navy. Only SOFT HAT Real fine soft felt hat, neat style, for Another line, splendid value, for HAWTES HATS We sell and recommend the Celebrated large assortment of good soft hats suitable for this weatlicr. ;