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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta J Dftllift Hatel it the MM A to'Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Hotel Wiudftor 11.25 a Day Hotd In Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS THE ONLY IT FITS THE FACE SAFETY RAZOR THAT SHAVES WITH THE TRUE SLIDING STROKE. There Js only one way to shave with, any slanting stroke from heel to point. It takes a lot of practice to get this stroke with a regular razor. It comes naturally and easily with the im KffltR SAFETY RAZOR The set and adjustment are so designed that any way it is pick- ed up and drawn across the face it will the beard smoothly, evenly, without scraping, pulling or skipping. There are no two ways about it. It always shaves right. Silver Plated, leather case............___................. TRAVELLING SETS Silver Plated, in genuine black leather case Gold Plated, in genuine black leather EXTRA in a set......... .........................40c for Rtady Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE 4 RETAIL REDPATH STREET, PHONE 0. BOX 670 f special attention to mail orders KEiurs FOR PROVISIONS We have a Shipment'of CRESTON STRAWBERRIES Arriving WEDNESDAY MORNING Extra Fine Quality Going Some A new book by Rex Beach The Wild Olive By zuitbor of Inner Shrine. Lady Mertori By Mrs. Humphrey Ward. The Rosary by Florence Barclay The best books of the sea- son always on sale at wimsors tomsroiE VSfhitTi.y Biick writw Phone 1285. WHAT A PRESCRIPTION REPRESENTS It represents the result of careful diagnosis, years of training, study and practice. It should be filled by a pharm- acist who has had just the same experieuce in his own profession as the doctor. We have had that experience. Al- >ow ,us to fill your prescrip- tion. Then it recovery. THIS IS THE KODAK SEASON Be a snap shotter and take pictures with an Eastman Ko- dak. HIGlNBOTHAil CO. car- ry a fine line of kodaks, cam- eras, films, plates and acces- sories. Let us show you the best post card size camera made, in ihe 3 A. Folding Pocket Ko- dak. They are beauties and perfect working machines. They have the new attach- ment for preventing duplica- tion of pictures at no extra J. 0. BlginWam Co. Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Per Crate Now is your chance to pre- serve the finest berries on the market. HOME 'GROWN. STRAWBERRIES are now arriving daily. We have the sole agency" for Lethbridge for this extra fine fruit. 35c For flavor these berries cannot be beat- en. Leave your orders for preserving. Prompt Delivery The Store of Quality Geos Kerr 4 Co, Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery PhoM 1451 LIME JUICE LIME JUICE LIME JUICE All kinds of it and at all prices, It's good this kind of weather. Fresh Strawberries, Cherries, Pineapples, Etc. Craddock Viner FAMILY GROCERS REDPATH STREET PHONE 615 BUSINESS LOCALS Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Burdett street, opposite MeUiodist church, 474. 142.0 Call 444, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage service. Office 307 Crtbb St. 163-6 The Andersons have arrived and will be on iht; bil! at the Eureka. Winnifred, the coming town on the C. P. railway. Lots selling at from S65.00 up, on easy terms. The Geo- M. Hatch Land Company, sole ag- ents. 167-3 Get in on' the ground floor at Win- cifred. Lois selling at from up. N7o belter investment on the C. P. railway. The George M. Hatch Land Co., sole agents. 167-3 First 01 July being a holiday the M. K. Kaake barber shop, Oliver Block, will be open for business un- til 11 o'clock Thursday night. Spe- PICKET DUTY cial attention and sh iven to honing razors shears. 167-3 is either well or poorly done according .to the character of the pickets. Just because it is only a fence you want to build, don't think it makes no difference what kind of Better get our thoroughly seasoned ones that will stand the weather like a major. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 CITY AND DISTRICT general store at Win- nifred on the C.P. railway. Special inducements will be offered. See the j George M. Hatch Land Co., sole ag- ents. 167-3 Misses L. and .J. McLeay's building sale is attracting large numbers of ladies. The entire stock of millinery, ladies' and children's wear is being offered at-'big reductions. For Western Canada's Great In- dustrial Fair at Winnipeg, Man., -July 13th to 23rd, 1910, the Canadian Pa- cific Railwav will have in effect spe- i: cial rates. For full particulars as to rates, limits, etc., apply to nearest, (Canadian Pacific Ticket agent. 167-18 THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 76 'Calgary, fair............... 82 Lethbridge, cloudy 90 Regina, clear Brandon, clear............. 101 Winnipeg, clear 96 Fine and very warm weather has been general over the prairie provinc- es. A good shower of rain is report- ed at Edmonton and Lethbridge, and a very light shower at Kamsack; no rain reported elsewhere. few local showers or thunder storms, but mostly fine and warm.' I CITY AND DISTRICT 50 .56 j Hear Prof. Wrigley 'give "The 50 on the new pipe organ at 52 -.IS j Knox church lo-night. Admission 60 price 50c. 69 A meeting of the executive ebmmit- 66 tee.of the Lacrosse Club will be held in the office of W. J. Nelson andCo., E. Michener, M.P.P., of Red Deer, j Notice to the under- who gave a missionary address signed will start a stage line to run Wesley church Sunday night, went oa 1 irom Pincher Creek to Waterton to Medicine Hat. where he will take Lakes, commencing July 5th. Regular part, in the bye-election campaign. j stage every Tuesday, starting from A. Swerinamiion. implement agent j-fincner Crook at 9 a.m. Upon appli- of Bow Island, who has been in tlie cation we wil1 mcct the train for CITY AND DISTRICT The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. have recently had installed in their warehouse a large- weight-hoist elevator, for convenience ot handling heavy material. C. G. Woodside, representing the Henderson Directories, Winnipeg, is-in Round street, at 8.30 this evening. Hear Prof. Wrigley in Knox church this evening. There will be a meeting of the Choral Society in St. Augustin's hall tomorrow evening at 9 o'clock to discuss the- 3u7is-abuity of sending a company to Calgary to hear Ma- dame Melba, the early part of Octo- ber.. C. P. McQueen and F. F. Higgs, of Calgary, Fred McQueen, of Chcsley, Ont., and Mr. Douglas, son of the managing director pf the Toronto Mail and Empire, motored down from Calgary and spent to-day in the city. There will-be a mass meeting of the city to-day on business in con nection with the new Henderson Leth- bririge Directory. He arrived from Edmonton Sunday, where he has ratepayers in Reding's Hall, North city for some days, left yesterday -af- ianv timc notice is given. Best roads just completed a census-taking Of that teraoon for that eastern town. easiest and cheapest route. Ad-i city. UtertaDruganiiSoQkCo, Prescription Specialists L B. RIPUY, Mflf. IEIHSRIQBE Mrs. Wm. Donald and family arriv- recently from the Old Land, and are making their home in John Black ley's new residence on Luke street. Prof. Wrigley, of Calgary, needs no introduction to the music-loving pub- pipe this dress Turret Haggard, Twin Btitte, Alta. organ recital in Knox church evening. D. H. Elton and 3Irs. Elton A. Auten, travelling agent for the A. Carruthers -Co., Ltd., reports to the Lethbridge branch office that Edmonton and northern districts pos- R: R. Weir, ot Vancoiiver, B.C., ar- .sc-ss an excellent crop this year and CITY AND DISTRICT rived Sunday night to visit his Mrs. J. W. Kean. things are booming in the north half or the province-. The annual ice cream and strawber- Lethbridge to-morrow, evening at 8.30 o'clock. The mem- bers of the city onmcil have been asked t'o attend. Municipal matters will be discussed. At the practice game of football held Saturday evening on the square the Westminsters tied the Callies by a score of 1-1. Referee Holberton held t.be men in check. The closing exercises of the Cent- j ry festival in connection with West- re- j ral Kindergarten takes place to-mor- j minster church, will be held on Thtirs- on the turned last night from a month spent jrow (Wednesday) morning at ten i day evening of this wet-k- in. Salt Lake City and other places j o'clock. j church grounds. Xo admission fee 0- .n t-tah. Mr. Elton says the weather j Sir -John Wilrnot, who owns i will be charged, as everything is to ISU( has bec-n very dry throughout the jswicraJjle. fruit'." land near be served on the European plan. Good Western States and the crops have! B.C., came down from that place yes- I music will he provided bv an orches- "It cured me." or savfirt HIP. II f on f my are the expressions yon near every' day about Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is true the world over where this val- uable remedy has been introduced. No other medicine in use for.diarrhoea or bowel complaints has received such general approval. The secret of the iccess of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- and Djnrrhoea Remedy is that 51 cures. Sold by all druggists. suffered heavily. Iterday and is spending a nay or-two I tra during the evening. Proceedings -r -J- "r1 D. Clemis, travelling roprfseniativcj 5n the city. i will common at 7 n m I. for 'the- Ellison Milling Elevator____ is in tl.o city, having returned j D Smit-K returned to the city ;or. Saturday night from a month's Saturday night from a trip j travelling duties in B. C. through B. C- fruit, lands. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving onr customers good stock, conr- teous treatrnent and a square deal is one that we have n rigbt to be proud of. Tlmf? our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's nbout all anybody CC.Q do. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles? sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come in and set our prices, That's all we sev our prices. If we can't show you the advantage in buy- ing here, then don't buy from us. TT. Cralvin. oi Galvin Hatfield, has rcuirnwl from ['incher City, bringing with him' a 30-indi p'lc 1 of flourishing fnll wheat m a large hundrod acre field. Crop.< in that, vicinity show up vvdl, nnd Pinclier City has r.ot felt nny t-ITccts of drouth. lumber Company, ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phont 523 Yard, Phom 421 PHONES: Dny 1232 Night 1230 Tr n bottle of Frull Salt this hot wentbcr, Tt is n good tbing. .Same time iliink of us. Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists If You Arc Of Buying A Kefrigcrator, A Screen Door Or An fee Cream Freezer Get onr price and See the g' Yesterday afternoon Frank Crow- loy. was mixcri up in runaway accident some three months ago, wisi transferred from Gait Hospital to the railroad station on route for his okl I IIOHIR in" Lindsay, Ont. Mr. Crowicy j sustained a serious ankle break that acciocnt, and has not hern grossing as well as could be hoped 1 or, so hp has left for his home town nd homr trrntment. ELECTION RETURNS 'Tile Herald has arranged for a bulletin service giving: the results of the bye-elec- tions in Medicine. Hat and Vermillion tomorrow night. The results will be posted at the Herald office. Genuine Sale OF ICE CREAM FKEEZEKS SCREEN WINDOWS We imve only a few of these lines let'l, and THEY MUST BE SOLD Tlicy will, save you money. You are sure to need them. BUY NOW We are selling them at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES to clear. Call early and get your pick. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. DUFFERIN AND ROUND STREETS SHIP OUT OF TOWN M o v i n g Pictures at of the city 4 carloads of goods to us. aro now on fcho Avay to Letlibridge. and in order to make room for same we offer many start- ling BARGAINS For Brooms, regular Soc for 70C reduced to 90c Mop Heads, reduced to .PSc Ecfrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers clearing very cheap. Hardware for everybody at ''Low Prices." "SUCCESSORS TO HAYR BROS." REDPATH ST. CfPP. THE SQUARE P. O. BOX 307 Wholesale Retail Special Attention Given to Mail Orders PHONE 575 Stafford-Agnew Co. FANCY VESTS Just the thing for tiic warm weather, neat, stripe effect, 1 only I Other styles at ___... and S3.26 PANAMA HATS The real thing nothing better made for wear, style nnfl comfort. Our prices range from S7.00 to............................ Straw hats from 15c to AH new styles. By sparkling streams and babbling brooks, O'er green-clad flowering All Nature calls YOU to look yo.ur best, In dainty garments, new and fresh. TIES A big assortment to rbooso silk or 4wash material Only, each .7.................... from in 25c Tho new long four- in-hand tie in gray, cardinal or black. Made for iiie close fitting collar, BELTS The newesf. idea jn belts for the boys. A good belt. for...............................CDC Fine leather belt for men 60c SOCKS Kino black cotton socks only......................... Hlack or tan lisle Per Or 3 pair for .-----..........___...50c Fancy lisle socks in a huge assortment to cboose from nt .Or 3 pairs for.......... HANDKERCHIEFS The fine soft Excelda Handkerchiefs, ttvcw.y patterns to choose from 2 for.......................' C.QC Pure Irisb Linen, nothing to bent the Hnon for wear, each Ofln 35c .51.00 HVB ott or town -write 11 ompany, Ltd. ;