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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald, Tuesday, June Five Carloads Hardw are We have just finished unloading five carloads of Hardware, and' have the largest and best assorted stock of Hardware in Southern Alberta. We don't need to have a "Clearance Sale" or a "Slaughter Sale" as our large turn-over keeps our stock fresh and up-to-date, and enables us to sell at the SCREEN DOORS WRINGERS BLACKSMITHS FORGES Good strong doors, 3 Fines quality And Blowers to SCREEN WINDOWS 14 in. x 15 to 22 1-2 ...........20c ea. 22 x 20 to 30 1-2 25c ea. 1-2 inch 3 ply .10c to 20c 24x25to40 30cea. FREEZERS 2 Qt. Wood 4 at Wood ft Qt. Wood v. 2Qt.Tin 7c GALVANIZED TUBS .1 No.2..........................: No. 3 "Nickle Plated Tea Kettles, No. 9 Enameled Tea Kettles, No. ea. HandSaws 75c to Niekle Plated Tea and Coffee Pots Sprinklers, Reels, Nozzles. CARPENTERS' TOOLS 3 Qt Tin Nail Hammers .35c to Wash Boilers REFRIGERATORS to Rules A 15c to Carpet Sweepers to We have the best values in the city in Re- Goodell Mitre Box Fioor Brushes to frigerators, from to Langdon Mitre Box Clothes Baskets .....75c and We handle the McClary lirie of Ranges exclusively and 'are prepared to make a special price on any of these for the next few days. STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. "If You Live Out Of Town, Write Us" SUCCESSFUL FLOWER SHOW The flower show nt the Kinder- garten school Saturday afternoon was attended 'by a number of the pupils of the city' schools, each anxious to know if his or her plants took one of the Numerous also a number of citizens showed their interest in the venture by dropping into the school during the afternoon. In Miss MacKay's room one hundred and forty two exhibits were displayed; here the seeds had all been sown since East- er and many of the plants were in bloom. The Balsams did particularly well, but the nasturtions this year did not .bloom like thft last year, the seeds being exception- ally poor, not more than one in ten growing. In the kindergarten room many groups of. beautiful plants had been entered to compete for J. H. Fleet- wood's special prize of ?10. The prize was awarded Harry Morris. Harold Tarris' collection ot plants was very highly commended and Geo. Newton's group received commendation. Fran- cis Cook had the best individual plant. a lovely balsam. The list of prize winners is us follows: Central Schools Miss Ault's I Charlie Lewis; 2 Teddy Gillespie; 3 Grace Bennett. Miss MacKay's Beth Fairfield: 2 Doris Knapman; 3 Frank Dawson. Miss Jenson's 1 John Burrell. Miss dime's 1 Marie Henderson; 2 Milton Hicks; 3 Ellen Macdonald. A SNAP 8 it. Frost Woo J Binder, used only Nior cutting 20 acres gram, price ior cas! Sells for Thomas Hay Loader Regular W'__JL! Miss McClure's Ruth Galbraith; 2 Charlie Bourse; 3 Leone McGrath. Miss E. Sharman's Geo. Taylor; 2 Bruce Wad- dell; 3 Lillian Proctor. .Alig Bang's 1 Addie Lewis; 2 Jessie Needham; 3 Marie Seaman. f Miss Bole's Dor- othy GUlespie; 2 Cecil Hutton: 3 Bessie Little. Miss Teller's Kathleen Ten-ill; 2 Martha Scott; 3 Larry Murphy. Miss McNabb's Frances Cook; 2 Aileen Jones; 3 Omu Johusloii. Hiss Addy's Eva Hutton; 2 Alice Brown; 3 Wilae Bur- reil. Miss Gibson's Bert j Scott. j Miss McCulloch's i o Clair Fairhurst. I Miss Nimraons Ida Brown; "2 Geo. .McKillop; 3 Richard Sellens. Miss B. Sharman's 1 Dona. Murray; 2 Stella Crown; 3 Frances Dunsworth. Miss Bennett's Mabel 11 uttorK Westminster School Miss Fair's Daisy Holmes; 2 Phyllis Whitton; 3 Geo. Reding. v Miss McGurk's Jesse 2 David Ken-; Tom j Christy. Miss Unllnce's Maun Stevenson; 2 Zrnx Diviisworth: P, Marion Newton. Miss Buchanan's Percy Bn- eiinnan; 2 Velma Wilson: 3 Primrose Kirk. Miss Bromner's Dcna 2 Melvin Bolderson; .3 Hazol Stevenson. Mr. Brandow's Sam Ncwtcn: 2 Leon Dunsworth: 3 Tommy Watson. "Miss Main's :raan Geiger; No. 4: 3 Ruth Mockford. Best plant in the i Cook. Balsam. ladies always look young many of them use SINK SHAFT ON COAL PROPERTY FACE CREAM A quarter buys a big jar of it. It soothes the skin and keeps the complexion clear and is not greasy. Sold and guaranteed by ALL DRUGGISTS 2278 Lethbridge Collieries Preparing For Exten- sive Development The Lethbridge; Collieries Ltd., the company cf which E. B. Grccnshields K.C., oi Montreal, is president, and which is generally believed to be con- nected with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co., will start in a few days sinking a pair of big shafts on their property just west of the city. This property, which contains 000 acres of coal, or fifteen square miles, was purchased a year ago from the Winnipeg Syndicate, of which the late George Rogers, of this city, was the promoter. Machinery is now all on the ground for the sinking of the shafts and a number of temporary boarding and bnnk houses, as well as been working for Mr. Reynolds. J. B. Lukens and Sid Thompson at- tended the I- 0- O. F. lodge at Car- mangay last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Oliver were in Carmangny on business on Wednesday Ed Reynolds and Mr. Neal. of Barr- attended the picnic at Barons on a few cottages for employees are Saturday. They report having a fine j already crccteci. time. Kngvalti Dahler was out sporting a fine driving team and a new huggy or. Sunday. He WAS seen driving to- wards Mr. Andrews', and later was seen at Bowvillc with a companion from near Hillside. NARROW VIEW TURNED DOWN. Halifax, June the Nova Scotia Methodist conference, the Rev. .C. E. Crowell read the list of sup- plies for the city churches on Sun- day. Mr. Crowell read the name of a supply for the Church of the Re- deemer. The Rev. J. A. Smith ventur ed to dissent, hut his objection was drowned in a murmur of approval for the appointment, and the Rev. W. G. Lane's name stood to supply the XJn- iversallst Cnuren, where be will doubt- less preach a good Methodist sermon. BOWVILLE. Bowvillo. June district was visited last Sunday even- ing by an awful electric storm, but very little rain. Lightning set fire to the pmirie in several different places, but a small shower of rain put it out. Last Wednesday we were fortunate in getting a nice rain, which will crops along for a tirae. Almost pounds rub- ber are produced wiihiTi the bound; of the British Empire annually. It is reported thac the London. Ont., Electric Co. is ready to sell out to CURED OF Id ME BACK WHEN 84M OLD Gin PiHs did It. Anyone, seeing Mr. Samuel Martin, of Strathroy, Ont., for the first time, would guess his age at about CO years, instead of eighty-four. He is as 'spry on his feet as a cat and is the picture of health. It is hard to believe that Mr. Martin twenty years of his life in misery, suffering tortures from Lame Back. He tried nearly all the advertised remedies end household recipes, but received no benefit from any of them. Some months njo. sceme Gin Pills I properties. advertised, Mr Martin purchased a box from W. H. Stcpicr, a popular druggist of Stratbroy. The relief, which Mr. Mar j tin experienced after lie had taken one box, was so great that he knew he had Charles Fergie, ot Montreal, who is managing director of. the Lcth- briiige Collieries, Ltd., the" Pacific rass Coalfields, Ltd., and the'West- ern Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., two 1 other companies, of which E. B. jGroenshields, of Montreal, is presi- dent, says a big modern plant cap- able of turninc: out 1.200 tons of coal a day. is to be installed and will probably be in operation by next j spring. The Pacific Pass ana Wcst- jern properties, he says, will also be j developed and supplied with large !modern plants. Both will be well vm- dpr way this time next year. The Western property is situated about fourteen miles south-west ot Pinchcr Creek. The shafts of the Lethbridge Col- No Sale Necessary Quality Talks We arc able to show our customers as a display of liorics arc being sunk on Sec. 21, Township 0, Range 22, near Kipp Junction. Boring operations carried on in the last year show that the seam is as wide, and in some places wider, and in quality just about the same as on the Gait Co.'s pnis, which completed the cure. Age is no barrier to Gin Pills. urdny for Big Bow. We understand ihc was going to try bis hand at fish- ji__ lf j Paul Warwick and wife have moved hack to thetr homestead. They have anf, vrV.ich arc sbc cause of the Gin Pills also act on the Liver and assist in curing Biliousness. 50c, a IwK, 6 for f2.SO, at all dealers. from National Brug Dept. AD Toronto. 10 FIRE AT LONDON. Ont.. June that re suited In the destruction of half of the plant of the Woortman Ward Co.. raged several hours this morning. The fire was noticed by a railroad employee at 3.30 and hnd a big start. The loss Is placed at over ?20.000. They manufactured churns, washing machines, wheelbarrows, etc., and em- ployed about 200 men. as can be seen anywhere in Southern Alberta. Our system is to stock only the very best and in consequence we only buy from the best manufacturers. our dining room suites or our splendid assort- ment of beds and bedroom furniture? No I Well call and sec us now. tai Show "Rooms 324 Oabb St. Phone 483 ;