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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta � I* + + + ++ + + + +^1' PRCC BUS TO ALL TRAINS 4> J Hctel Windsor J I* BMt 11^8 a Day Hotel In Alberta 4* + + + + + + + + + + + 4'+l- -lerdd I' + + + 4- + + + + +  + WHEN IN LETHBRIOQB The Dallas Hotel Is tha Beat and Moat Convarc lent Plaoa to Stay + + + + + + + + + 4i + + + t BIRDCAGES Big Shipment Just In All bird fanciers will iipprcciaic tlic great assortment M-liirh is hwv in (.'auadiaii and American, makes. Brass Cag^es. Hqiiai'o style. . to $0 ea. Painted Cages, sq. style. ..1!l..�o-$4 vi\. Make seleetions now while the sim-k is large. The stylos shown this year ai-e the most attractive wc ha\e ever slidwii. Estimates Furnished Free for rimiihinjj, Steam and Hot Water Heating. Tinning niid Funiaee Work Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. f han* 7U P. O. Box 070 Wa Qlvo Bpeclai Attention to Mall Orden Special Saturday Sunkist Orange Sale 400 dozen of SWEET, JUICY ORANGES, all of a nice average size and regularly sold at 40c per dozen...... Special for Saturday only, per doz. - - - 20c MAIN STORE ROUND ST, PHO^E � - 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE & RETAIL DUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE  � 627 Tin: vvivvrinJ: Experience has �*ugtat others that it pays to �ee our WALL PAPERS bclore M)�ctJng. It will also pay you to see our large stock. Robertson's Book Store NfU.wi. cmhi(I\ ............. r,:? as � I-'.ilMi.'nl'Ki. rlcir...... l'- 211 l.fthbi iilci'. ^iHitt ....... .11 :V2 .17 I'nil \rtliur. cliiudv . . :U r2 l\.lllilii"P' s Indert akit'.i.' Parlors toiuorrow . afternoon at 2 '-V) o'clock j I.eihhnil'e V.iMtrx No 2, I O H F , : I will Confer the second decree tonight; iiit n o'clock Members and visitini; ' tlddfellowc .irc ret|Uesled to attend. I Tickets fr.r the Hoard of Trade ban- (].iel on Tia'xilay evcninc; may be had : from .Secretary 1. Manwarme, ' phone 1012 The number is limited to 81 ; F A f Iulchinse people at a time Mr. 11. I,. � (ounes, for a number oi years chief ;Ste\var.l for the late 11, llarriman will lie in char';e of the place Real southern e.ioks from the south are now' on llieir way to Lelhbridge, I CARD OF THANKS i Mr.s .1, F. .Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Heards take this oppcir-tuiiitv of iliankinn: the Masiuis, relatives and friends for their kindness iliirins: t licit recent liereauuiient. Hair Tonic (93) has arrived Nuff said ID. liipbotliain &C3.ltJ THEATRICAL "PAID IN FULL" Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephofje Niehi BelJ on Front Door No. The .Mai: IJIIicc M'l Hound ,'^t. :;io-n �fONinilT-Hoy Scouts uf Toronto ii'cb)Ck sharp tomorrow ;at the l-',Mvrkii Touijihl, Saturday the \ M.C A. 'I'lie bovs ! m.iUnee ami ,Sal.ur(lay ni^lil only Remember ilie auction s.ile of the j entire st(jck (jf the Lelhbridse Fur-| 'niture Comp.inv tomorrow aflernoon i at 2 o'clock 1 Rogers-Cumiioghain Lumber Co. Limited Main Office, Acadia Block, E Yards, Westminster and C.P.R. tracks. N Yards, at freight sheds. in the ciiv on his annual visit He speni the morning in Consultation Willi Ilr flallivan. Thi> patrol leader of Boy Scouts are requested to have their patrols on hand at 1 afternoon at will go down to ihe river hottotii and indulge in actual scout work. Class members at the V M. C. ..X. are busy preparing for the exhibition next month The Inlermediales and 1 .Itiniors will give theirs Thursdav evening, April 1.3, and the Seniors , Friday the 1 1th. ' iiid vou notice ihe smiles on the I faea.s of the real eslate men today. I .\ snowfall like today's at this time I of the year will do thousands of dollars worth of good to the coiintrv. was the wav one pronrineiil dealer exjirpssed himself I .Sergt (iilsoii and Corp Cunningham, of the 2fith Battery C. F A . The manapenipnt of thf abovp por-'.lur ihoaii'p haip secured ano'hor c.roai I'eaMMp for the nublic o' Lclb-'arid'.", i;ai!o ly �The s'or; of l-:sthor," ilip HiOKt sump!-ions i roiiiction ever P'.odiii'pd and will be shown today and iiniiorrow. The picture creates a re-ciu-d for beauty and interest. The scfuiery is inapniflcpni. .No expense was spared in making this attraction as perfect and e.xaei a record as was possible. The most rotable scene is undoubtedly the adornin.:; of the maid-' en and is f^orgeous in colors, pacb color blending in perfpct harmony wjih the oHT^rs. Thp film consists of fourlpen scenes, all abounding with life and color, and Is two thousand feet ' long. There is no doubt but that the public of Leihbridge will seize the o;i-I'oriunity of seeing tliis lovely gem among pictures. BOY SCOUTS AT THE EUREKA The manngemenl of the Eureka has " " '! secured a beautiful picture of the Boy! Large .\iici:on .Sale of almost new |f^couls of Toronto, showdag them in' their different drills and pastimes. Also Ihe "Riders of the Plains," show-' ing the H. N. W. .M. V. of Fioprlna and Calgar.s rounding un Ihe horse thieves of thi.' iirairlns. Both reels are intensely IntercBling and should h� seen by � 'Oth old and yaiing, especially all in-, lerestPd in the Boy Scouts. ui fiiniilure will take place al Mr. '1'Ii(Ui;ms I'haii's residence, tilS Cut-bill (Tcfribi street, on .^londay, April :ird. I'M I. at 2 p m sharp (Jus. Niudin, auciirineer ib'i-2 The ci,I ire --tock of the l.ethbridge Furniture Couip.iiiy will he sold al public auction tmiiorrow atteriioon al 2 o'clock floods now on view The \uciion Sale of dry goods at the Waildington-.Siuckey t'o store. returned this morning inun F.dnion- " ludi is al t r.ict uig such large crowds ton where they have been attending ^^''1' earned on ihis evening at a six-wpi-ks' signalling course The 7 ^^'"^^ t" he closed syllabus of the training course cov- out without reserve ered the Morse codes with flags and H \ \\ M 1^ or Riders of The heliograph. Both succeeded in oh- j Plains from Regina and Calgary al |laininii first-c-lass certificates, .Sergt the F.ureka tonight and tomorrow j Oilson standing head of the whole 1 (inly of 5fl in attendance, and Corp j All parties having claims against , I'linningham being close up to the the Y, \V. C T 1' are roquesled to TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS R, will slart the constnic-Port Arthur-Sudbury U'o-- head of the list enjoi'able time. They report a very send in .-Viiril. their accounts For the 4tli of .The C. N. lion of its at uncp. Rumor says that if Hon, P. Bro-i 9,3.1 dear goes to the supreme court, Hon Rodolphe Lemieux will become minis-' ter of marine and fisheries, ' Prof. John Klrkland, P. E, I, of! CJlasgow Cniverslty, for 27 years a; mission worker among the Indians of the Canadian .N'orihwest, died at Battle Creek, Mich. Blind pigs at Cochrane ajid Kelso, 1)3-2 Ont., paid $1900 in fines. The Bentley Co>. Ltd. Jusit a Few Saturday Specials J.,aes' Wear Section Xew Sprinj�- Suits THE CORRECT STYLES In black, navy, allce blue, tan Voyal blue, dk. preen, olive, slato. Noatlv tailored suits, of excellent tinisli; some with roll collar; exQuisftely trimmed; also double cuff. Xew Spring: Coats An assortment of long coats In the very popular black and white check, fawn stripe, tan, black, navy. The above mentioned garments will be offered on Saturday at 10 p.e. on the regular price. Take this opportunity to solPt't your i:aster Suit or Coat Wliite Lawn Waists A wonderful as.sortnienl In this line. .Many different styles, daintily embroidered and lace trimmed waists, will be offered tomorrow- 10 p.c. off the Reffular "AN EASY STEP" Is each step of any stairs that's built of our lumber. It'a eaajr, because the stair builder doesn't havo trouble In building it. "EASY WORKING LUMBER" must he free of knots, properly cured, and made at a mill that uats latest improved machinery. That applies to any and all lumber at our yard. It's reUtbla and no one can under aoU us. Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta ICE CREAM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Our Ice Cream is in a class by itself ROCHON'S CAFE Fresh Ice Cream Daily Pure Confectionery We excel in quality Cream alt Bread *Wrai)ped at the Oven Door.' JOc IVz lbs. Madam:-We think so much of Oreamalt Bread tiiat to cnsiu'e it^ reaching you in all its unequalled ;?oodness wc wrap every loaf as soon as it is cool and thus do our share towards protecting your food supply. Phone 1027 and try a loaL GILMORE THE BAKER Second Avenue A, North Grocery Specials for Saturday Cal. Aaparagus, per lb. . .3Sc Cal. Rhubarb, per lb. ...20c Cal. Oranges, doz...... 26c Bananas, doz..........SOc F^resh lettuce, radish, colery and tomatoes. Good Standard Coffee, lb. 40c Barrlngton Hall Coffee, per lb................... 4�c. Presh Ground Coffee, per lb. 25 cents and .........40c Applet, choice ........$2.50 H. A McKILLOP CO. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES 1113 A 416 ;