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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta W. !i MM (Ut TO ALL WIndaor tot (US Day e Daily Herald WHIN IN LrfMnmoop Plaet ta Stay Clark Jewel Evaporator The Improved "Jewel" Vapor Stovo is the ORIGINAL EVAPORATING STOVE that has revolutionized Ilio fiaso- lino atove -business. For many years It 1ms demonstrated its su- periority over every other stove in SAFETY, SIMPLICITY AND ECONOMY of operation. IT LIGHTS LIKE CAS! A feature thai makes It popular, as without heat, smoke or delay, ilio stove can be instnntlv started in operation; turn the valve wheel and apply the match; 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 slov- 3; shown in above cut 4. step burner for wash boiler Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. P- O- tn .Via Give Special Attention to Mall Order. i 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 VjRBT DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Rubber poods For Summer Use Rubber Goods for summer use in 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, and all freshly purchased for the season's trade. .Your needs can bo Quickly supplied here. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAQER. PHONE 772 IT A KODAK. 2 A Folding Pocket Brownie A.truly pocket cimera for 2 1-2 by 4 1-4 pictures, 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 shots or instantaneous exposures. Two tripod Automatic focusing lock ;and reversible finder. Handsomely nlckle fittings. PRICE Brownlei 11.00 to Kodaki to.M5.00. Ui About Them. JACKSON COPE BLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SucciMOrt la JOHNSTON JACKSON. PHONE 1231 A Satisfitd Customer Means a Lot LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS of all descriptions; We deliver and do it quick. (423 THREE (523 Ctll us up or call in any of our places'when passing. Rugers-CunninghaiD Lumber Limited OFFICE: 4kCADiA AT WESTMINSTER RD. t C. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. SPOT PULLEYS of !all sizes supplied on shortest notice Made in Lethbridge Canadian Genera) Supply Co. Ltd. Right now, to-day, is the time to buy your PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES The Qiiiilil.v is ;i( its lu's( (he Trice us Lw'w :is it will be for GIHM! Uerrics. Tfiree Kinds in t'huose THE CLARK'S SEEDLING BERRY, FROM NELSON, B, G, Price, per 3 baskets for 50e THE WASHINGTON BERRY. VERY Price cnso Price per basket THE CELEBRATED CRESTON BERRY Price per; ctiso i.......................13.75 3 SOUR CHERRIES, FOR PRESERVING We are booking orders Tor these. do not stock but Iliivo llicm coming In a? or- dered. Lowest market price guaranteed. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS OUFFERIN ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH WHOLESALE A RETAIL PHONE THE WEATHER .8-3 .13, .02 5 56 .1! 'tlmonion. raining alg.iry, fair........ l.ethliriiige, fair Saskatoon, clear Winnipeg, cloudy I'ort- Arthur, clourtv KanHuops, clear Nelson, clear I he weather over the pramc prov- inces has been .slKnvery and unset- tled temperatures have risen some what, but- have been moderate. FORECAST: Manitoba and Sas- but some showers? or local thunderstorms. Friday un- settled, with showers and showery today i'rtihiy generally fafr. 0. 270 324 ST. 8. CITV AND DISTRICT J. W. Martin, inspector of Domin- on Land Agencies, is in the city to- day on his regular business. R, A. Fairbrother, of the Taylor billing Co., leaves tomorrow for a wo months' trip to England. J. W. Martin, Inspector of Doinin- on Land Offices, Calgary, -was itr he city last evening. Fraser and Tucker, of the Standard, fa. race, delivered a Ford Touring Car D Mr. Henninger; ji., Sid- McEwan has succeeded Wni. Minor as night clerk at the Alexan- dra The Intter for British Columbia, J. A. Holrieh, Claresholm Ben Rye, Stavcley tf. J. Williams and wire, Great Falls, are guesta at the Dallas. The party of athletes from the Y M.C.A. which is going to Taber on Saturday, will leave on the six o'clock train in the morning Amongst the Ernests at the Leth- ridge are Dr. 0. D. :Weeks, Cards- ton T. .James, Ravmond .S. Wright, Bow Island; A. E.-Yuill Calgary; Geo. Boucher, Milk -River. TFie Boy Scouts have been invited to go to Taber for the Dominion Pay celehratioii there. A meeting of the Boy Scouts council is being held this afternoon to consider the matter. On account of Saturtlav being a holiday, the barber "shops will remain open till noon for the convenience of customers who are not going out of the citv for the dav Nr. B. Hannun came in vesterdav froiif Fargo. N.D., and went 'south this morning to Milk Rner nith 0 T. Lathrop, to .look qver property there. G. J, Dennis and daughter were in the city vesterdav en. route ior their home at Vancouver, here visited the and were great h surprised 10 bet'such a magnificent J building. The bank cleinngs; for the ending this morning imounted to 33d 16 is cnmpircd tilth week- before, which amounted to This'is ah 'increase' of G2 oui last week C. J. Eclvstorrn arrived vesterdav afternoon from Brandon, where he Ins been attend rg a meeting of the Board of Control ofithe Western Can- ada League. While awav he, also made arr'-ngcment ior several exhibits for the Lethbridge exhibition, J. W. Waddell, delegate from the local lodge of Canadian Order of Chosen Friends at-the grand lodtje meeting in returned.-He, says that the convention was-a splcn did success. Mr. .Waddcll was de- 'cated by a small -majority for the position of Grand Marshall. "Had an Indian, with a po- lice .court arrested the, R..N.W.M.P. at Maclcod vesterdav, being implicated in a numncr of torse thefts: It will he remembered that when "Standing Alone" was on [.rial for stealing a horse from H. Hotel Keepers Wiite us for piicSs on. Bar Glasses Bitter Bottles and Decanters Lemon Squeezers Cork Pullers Dinner Ware Paper Napkins Etc. OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS 3l5.SixthSt GFi'Y AND DISTHICT J. D. Higinbotham i Ltd. are agents for EASTMAN'S Kodaks, Sollo, Velox Papers, Tank KODAK-CAME'RAS From to J65.00, at TAe Stan Family and LHspenaiDC Chemists Might tnd Day Na 323 'Night Bell on Fro at Door BUSINESS LOCALS Don't forget the big time at 'Dia- City July Dominion Day. ute. Something doing every; Tlirce houses at the Eureka night- Those csittlc rustlers are great Fine oak furniture, must hcisold. Call 319 Bruhtori time '650 Florence Dclmar will be the .added attraction at the Eureka .tonight, Dominion Dav at Diamond' Gity will he celebrated in royal style.' A very attractive program of sports .has, been arr inged (i6 167 2 the tethbndgc Messenger Service for quick message bag- feaDe Office 327 Round St Byseball, football, races for old and young, broncho busting, etc.', are al! on the progLam a. I Diamond f on Amongst the registrations at the Alexandra Motel are .I1. A. Gillcs- pie, Vancouver Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hat; .J. W. Burn- side. Con I da Iti Dr. U'Arc, Diamond City 0- Larson, Grassy Lake 0; C. K'jlgerson, Whitla C. T. Ev- ans, Cranbrook. General Scoretarr E. M. Thomas- son; of the Y.M.C.A.. received a let- ter M. Mclnncs, a mill owner at ..'row's .Vest, this morning, stating that he would practically give the lumber-for the 16 x 20 ft.-shack which the boys will use at "Camp Glazier. A Cozier, of the Construc- ticn Co., is back from a month's vis- it to Utah points, and states that everything is looking very prosperous there, with good prospects for a latgeicrop. He states that the work on the irrigation reservoir at Chin is progressing satisfactorily, although the. wet weather of the past two weeks has held them up to quite an, extent. i to H. Bentlev, one of Lethbridge's old timers, this iwoni- ing, he said that never, since he came this country has .he ,sccn the moisture penetrate so far into the ground on sod. lie said that he was I out in tlu co ntn the other. am noticed that where some men were digging uobthohvi on sod the groum M IT real moist to i depth of inches, something very1 tintisu.il i: Southern Alberta. This indicates that there will be n fine supply of.moisture for the farmers' breaking for the re- n aindei oi the summei md also tor the" winter wheat which will be sown this mil The funeral ot Alice, the 16 year of Mr. and Mrs. George Washbrook, whose sad death after a very brief illness, Mon- day morning, took, place yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon at 3 o'clock, The first part of the service, which was conducted hv the Rev. C. H Honhain, WHS held in .St.'Marv'i church, and was partly choral. The hymns, "When our heads are bowed and "Glorv be to -Jesus were sung by the. choir, of'which the deceased had been a- member, the lat- ter hvmn hems; a favorite of the lit- tle trirl church .was com- pletely Tilled with friends and sym- pathizers from all quarters'of North Lethbridgc. The service was conclud- ed at the Anglican cemetery, and there was a large gathering of mourn ers at the graveside. The personal mourners at the funeral were Mr, j and. IWrs. Edith, j Margaret. Ethel and Will Washbrook, Mr md Mrs H Henrj and Allen Williams.. The pall-hearers were Misses A Unold M Hill P Kirk L. Cain, A. Kerr and M. Nimmons Floral tributes were sent by St, Mary's Child, St. Mary's Junior Guild, Rev. G. H. Popham, Mrs. DaU lon'Popham, Incumbent's Warden and of St Man's Ladies' Vid of Westminster Methodist church, the Family, Standards IV and V West- minster school, Sunday school teach- Mr. and Mrs. Cain, Mrs. and Han nali Kerr, Misses Darling, Mrs. Mitch ell. and Mrr.. Mrs. S. Jones, Hr. arid Mrs, .Jas. Jfughson and fam- Mr anri Mrs Gto Robinson Mrs. Jas. Boulton. Mr. and Mrs. Willetts, Mr. and Mrs E. Jones, of Cardston Miss Far- Mrs. J. H. Flcetwood anri Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Jas. Barclay, Mr. and Mrs. E. Par.son, Mr. and Mrs. Culhertson, Mr. am Dominion Uay .167-3 j ham, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. John Gra- S. Harrison, Mr. art Messrs. Tliaell