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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I TO ALL TRAINS Windsor t Diy HoUl In 4> e Daily Herald WMIN IN LITMMIMI i i It Btay Clark Jewel Evaporator t o v e TUc improved "Jowol" Vapor Stovo is tho 1 ORIGINAL -EVAPORATING STOVE that has revolutionized the ghso- line stovp business. F'or miiny you're it has demonstrated its su- periority over every other gtovo SAFETY, SIMPLICITY AND ECONOMY of operation. IT LIGHTS LIKE GASI A feature thin makes it popular, as without heat, smoke or delny, tho stove1 can be'Instantly started in operation; turn ttie'valvo wlieol and apply the match; the stove is ready to' work. CLARK JEWEL. STOVES are constructed according to the safety requirements of the National Board of Fire Underwriters, and are on their list of permitted stov- es. 3 shown in above cut 4 step burner for wash Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. P. O. Box 67> Wo Special Atttntlo.l lo Mill Ordtrt BOOKS Our stock of Text Books on Automobiles, Farm Engines, Locomotives Carpentering is now complete.', For special books see 'window display. All books sold at list prices., ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE ,NEW-WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Rubber Goods For bummer Use Rubber Goods for summer use to 'quite a different assortment than what you'll-find here for other: seasons. Our stock proves that we are strictly up to date, have everything that's wanted, ant] all freshly purchased for the season's trade. Your needs can be Quickly supplied here. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 772 IT WORKS LIKE 2 A Folding Pocket Brownie A'truly pocket camera for 2-.l-2.by 4 loading in day- light with Kodak films. Capacity, 12 exposures without reloading. Finest quality Meniscus Achromatic lens of 5 inch focus. Pocket automatic shutter for snap shota or instantaneous exposures. Two tripod sockets. Automatic focusing and reversible finder. Handsomely nickle fittings, PRICE Other Brownltt to 112.00. Koetakt to Atk Ui About Them. JACKSON COPE BLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS JACKSON. PHONE 1232. I Building Season is pn.'It's time to consider your material purchases. LUMBER AND BIJILDING MATERIALS o( all kinds. We deliver in the oitr. Cheap price. Quality tile beat. (423 THREE (323 (523 In or Call Ui Rogers Cunningham Lumber Limited OFFICE: ACADU Bl YARDS AT WESTMINSTER RO. C, P. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. Gasoline Locomotives for niine and surface all kinds of gas and gasoline engines. BABCOCK WILCOX BOILERS, WJRE ROPE, TRACK SCALES, MINE FANS, WOODEN SPLIT PULLEYS, AND "MINING SUP- PLIES OF ALL KINDS. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. p. o. BOX m .124 SIXTH ST. S. -PHONE 581 A VERY FINE ASSORTMENT OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Arrived this mprning WASHINGTON, ..15c CRESTON baskets for ..SOc RIPE .................JJc I'er bushel ..............................7jc and ripe, per Ib. .....8c from ...........15e-2Se NEW Ib. NEW WAX Ib.................JSc NEW Ibs. for IDAHO CHERRIES For Preserving. Prices good for to-day only LARGE RED 10 Ib. box ..11.75 LARGE 10 Ib: box THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN'STORt HIGH CLASS OROCSRS ROUND ST. fCE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY PHONE S2S WHOLESALE RETAIL OUFFERIH BRANCH PHONE S37 WEATHER 70 53 78 46 73 47 56 44 60 36 63 40 60 53 64 48 Edmonton, line Calgarv, clear Medicine lint, dear Swift Current, fair Reginn, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, cloudy Grand Forks There have been a few showers o rain, but generally the west he throughout the Prairie Provinces ha: been fine and cool. Minimum temper aturcs in Manitoba and Saskatche wan have been in the thirties-and one or two degrees of irost are reported it a few Points in Southern Mani- oba. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- and warmer today and Wedhesdav CITY AND DISTRICT Nat Boyd reached the citv 'from Vinnipeg this morning Miss Rat t and Miss McGurk have esigncri from the public school staff o accept positions in other cities. Weekly Rihle study of St. Paul's First Lutheran church at the hon of Rev. C. Grant, 318. Fifteenth S S., on Wednesday S 'p.m. On account of Saturday heiug holiday there will he no meeting the U. C T Council that The meeting has heen postponed u til.Saturday, July S At the sale of stock watering serves here yesterday only four pa eels out of. .35 were, sold, and the only brought the upset, price of i per acre. Jas. Dawson has heen elected sei retfin 01 Fade of Alberta, S 0 Lodge in succession to. A. J. Wa ren, who is leaving.the city. The excursion to Crow's Nest o Thursday, .July 27, aus- pices of Wesley church Sun'dav-schoo promises to exceed any previous rort.' A special train ot twelve coac es and a double-header will be pro Idcd, and at this earlv date --th irospects are that the capacity he train will he taxed to its ut most, a number .0! other schools oth inside and outside.the ng-intimated their intention of avail ng themsehes of this opportunity The regular meeting oi.the- Let! ridge Men's Protective Association ast night m the secretan's office well attended and a long list oi usiness came before the members 'he question of the C. P. R. shops as thoroughly discussed and the icmbers thought that inasmuch as ie matter is still an open question, ic association would endeavor to avc two of their members on -the eputation to meet Sir Thomas liaughnessy on his visit to Calgary. be retail clerks asking for eekly half holiday 410 Wednesday ;if- rnoons during July and'August-, lie matter was discussed, but no :tion taken. An invitation was tended by letter by ihe Vancouver sociation to of the Lelhbri'lge embers visitfng the Vancouver fair xt month to call on them for' an exchange of ideas. One of Lethbrfdgels most interestr. eci visitors yesterday 0. Qtiig- ley, who is now living in Illinois, Mr. Quigley is now. "an bid man, and recounts many interesting stores of pioneer life in Lethbridge. He-.came here. in.1885. with Mr. Munroc and G. McKny, when Letbbridge was only ;i spot on the prairie, am! the only, store was one run liv II. Hcntlcv in a tent. Mr. has been absent; for over twenty years ami expressed himself as simply the fine cfty now standing on the old He .says, the sight of so many prosperous looking farm houses dot- ting the face of the .al- most unbelievable as ihe olri-tihier Hotel Keepers Write us for prices on Bar Glasses Bitter Bottles and Decaliters Lemon Squeezers Cork Pullers Dinner Ware Paper Napkins Etc. SEE OUR VVINDOWS KIRKHAM BROS CITY AND DISTRICT GET A KODAK We have eveiything to -take and make a- EASTMAN'S KODAKS AND CAMERAS Papers, Filmi and Platei, Tank Powden, Dark Room Lampi, etc CATALOGUES FREE We' develop and print both FILMS and PLATES and guarantee fiuaUjr and Dfspomlak Ckemuki Milt and Day TelephOM No. 32Z Ntiht Bel! on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS C. E. tlotson left yesterday on the local to close the contract for a big deal at Medicine Hat. At Westminster Epworth League this evening the pastor, Rev. A. A. Lytle, and W. Simm will speak for'a W. Garrett, who has been visiting friends here for a few weeks, left last night for his home in Toronto, Ont. A number of tennis players from Spring Coulee, are coming to the city on Saturday to see if they can beat party of Y.M.C.A. tennis players A party, of the city survey are >usy today surveying 5th Ave., -N., for the purpose of grading :he street, and putting, down a con- :retc sidewalk. As a result of the dish, pot and pan .ffair at Coalciale on Sunday, Mike lerk and J. Holey were fined and osts by Inspector West at the Mount d Police. Barracks A large number of the Y.M.C.A. ojs haie accepted the invitation cnt them from Tahpr, to go'down to hat town on Saturday, Julv 1st and ompete in tiie many events which ley. Jntcnd to put on; The Ladies' Aid of Westminster Icthodis't church .will meet tomorrow 'cnmg at nine o'clock. All the ladies the church are urged to be present. Asqtllth ct Lmdsai sold lots on Seventh (London to local parties at S900 a lot. buyers intend erecting houses on property Oir Coronation Ray W. II. Bullen as in tlic'city billing for, the' Cal- gary [airland distributed five hundred appropriately printed flags to ,'the school children. Mr. Bullen will also bill the Lethbridge fair in thc'nb'rth, and espccialU m Caigarj during fair The Bentley Co y. Ltd JUST ARRIVED Direct from'New York a shipment of for summer waists and dresses; a plain white material in checks and stripes; several differ- ent grades. Per yard 25c, SOc, 35c White Waist Specials A splendid rsnue of beautiful, fine waisti; daintily embroidered; regular Jl.OO for.'....... Regular for Embroidered Tailored Waists Regular 1550 for White Underskirts Our line of dalntj cimbrlc under- skills, neatly irlmmed in eyelet aid embroidery 1125 for ........................Wc f 1 50 for And many other ranging up finds it hard to admit that gram such as. he lias .scin on his trip could be grown on uhat the) thought to lie waste land of no use except foe stock. did you see Chester Co a1 e EureVa last night Some show [so the La Morin little vcnilcs Call the Lethbrldge Meuniger nvice lor quiet message and bag- ,ge delivery. Offict 927 Round St. MSTEN Wednesday and Thurs- y night onlv, at the Eureka, that g feature, "The Cattle Rustlers" m't miss it. Jrand social and all on Thursday, June 29th, CUT the auspices of the Lethbndge Laundry Workers. All milted 165-2 oak furniture, miisl be sold, time. Call 310 llrunton St an) 165-0 T Hall, publicitj and indus- trial commissioner, has been request- ed by the editor of "World's a leading New York magazine, to contribute an article on "The Awak- ening of Our Cities." Mis article Kill deal mlh I.ethhridge and will be one or a scries.. Hiuwill .contribute jn nrliclc for Canadian Finance, a WinruncK magazine, on Real Estate Valucil Throughout, the Western cities of the Domiaion. Medicine Hat- News Messrs. H. Cameron. B. Postill, F. Grice and E H Fleets ood, of Lcthbridgc, arc in the eiti installing the heating and plunibiig in the addition to the. sta- tion. During their sojourn they have been favorably impressed and will altogether hkeh take adiantage of thr opportunity of securing some of its real estate. Wm Crownoier, of Hudson, nas a usitor in the city lesteiday, and is looking the Lethbridije [strict with a view to locating Iicrt Mr Hudson is one of the best '-tno-vn recders oi pure bred blood horses in is state, and if he locates here, he vlll follow the same line of le sais that any country that vll aise .such timothy, clover ind alfa as he has seen here, is nough lor IU.TT, and he lias little oubt that he w ill settle here within leu months Mother necessary article of equipment has been added to No. 1 fire hall in the nature ol a smoke helmet It has the appearance of a diver's helmet, and is used to keep out smoke instead of water By using it a fireman can remain m the dens- est smoke lor an hour without any fear oi suffocating, as there is a fresh, air tank, which when pumped to the Sdrawkcab Siht Daer arid when you have done so. Done what1? Why, "Bead This Backwards." Then we shall have succeeded ,once more in drawing your attention to the fact that The Riverside Lumber is the best quality on the market. Don't build before obtaining quotations from us. Riverside Lumber Co. Thone 451. Opposite Ellison Mills City, Magrath, Niw Oaytgn, Linjdon, Strathmora, yardi and Siah and Door Factory In Cdgary ROCHON'S PURE ICE EQUALLED Why we tell pure ice cream: 'White Labor only employed in making our fee cream. Because we get the finest cream In the country Because we have had fifteen years' experience in maniifeetttf' Ing ice cream Because we sell more ice creem than anybody