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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta t a Day Hotel In Alberta -J- IN LETHBRIDGE 4> The Dallas Hotel Is the Best nnd.Most Convtn- lent Piasc-tc Any Old -and Dingy Furniture in Your Home? If there is, you can make it look like new give it a rich, natural wood finish with SHE8witi-WiLum Fine for wood work toe. Net a new "fad': pxoduct, but one that has been made and sold widely for years. It correctly imitates ill the hardwoods. It spreads easily and anyone car apply it. A small can goes a long one. JFc'U be glad to savx? you ceiar cards furnished free for Plumblno-. Steam and Hot Water Heating. Tinning and Fur- nace "work! Special Apple Sale for this week only 100 BOXES of extra choice stock, consisting of the following Gauos. Black Twigs, Par- agons, Hoovers. Blue Permains. Davis and Champions. 3 .1-2. 4 and 4 1-2 tier to the box. Price per box o tier to the box Price per MA IN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 Good's Delicious Ice Cream HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL has a reputation for its very delicious flavor and quality. The quality is always the same. Never excelled and seldom equalled. First Class Parlors in the Hill Street, (4th Avenue) South. Orders for Bulk or Cream de- livered tp part of the city. Our parlors win now be open for business every evening. DUFFERIJSJ ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 The Bentley Go y. Ltd. UNDERWEAR rr ,AND HOSIERY Suitable For ThSPresent Season THE WEATHEK Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. fhcne 762 Py -or 'girl.-. of Monarch. 'tae city today on business. iinvited to attend these meetings-; al- j-so io visit the reading room any af- ternoon from 3 to 5, to read or "pro- wire Christian Science literature. On. account of some alterations that A j arc being made on the long distance (-.telephone switchboard at the central" office here, the long distance service Lcthbridge.wih be cut off I H o'clock tonight till 6 o'clock to- morrow morning. j Buiiding .pennifcs were issued todavl to Jesse Carter, Third avenue north J jfor a house at ?1500, and to Matt Xase-' lenak for a house costing 13200 on Sixth avenue north. The bright prospects has had its effect pa the labor demand in and round Lethbridge. and the emplov- jmenc agencies are still in need of men. Hams .and Olson report, that they hare j Placed over 500 men this spring, and I have vacancies at present for 250 i jmore. The-wages this season are hialif ,er than usual, over eighty farm hands J -having been placed durin jtwo weeks at wages .from jhigh as ?50 per month. j The secretary of the Board of Trade received a. letter from- Mrs. Charles j-Borgle of 36 Brunswick street, Halifax, him to-- try to locate her son, I James Herbert Borgle, who left hisj j home last fall for Alberta.. She. has I heard from him. since and is very i anxious to. get some news of his where- abouts. Borgle 'is a barber by trade. Anyone knowing anything about this (young .man will confer a favpr -by no- ititying the "secretary, J. L. of the Board. of UNDER VESTS Silk-Wool Mixture Are an extremely light and cool gar- ments of soft fin- ish ..and' non-irri- table to' the skin. 80c each PURE SILK hand; knit; extra fine, quality. LISLE VESTS In three different grades; a dainty vest with lace yoke. 50c, 55c, 80c KEEP COOL AND- WEAR ONE OF THESE. HOSIERY Black cotton hose, -with natural sole. Splendid value ____ 25c Cause and Lisle in all shades; fast colors. Per pair ...3Qc, iocVsOc Lace Hose, a good range in black and colors. Per pair 6Q0 Children's Hose, all sizes and black and colored; fine ribbed cotton.. Per pair. Just one tvord on LUMBER the last G to as RIVERSIDE Get a cash' purchases in our store. Help your favorite :.'youngster'" to win the wagon. Every 'cou- pon counts for one vote. See the wagon jn our window. Contest closes May 10, 1911. J.O. im Family arid" Dispensing' Chemists Night and Day Telephone! No 322 Night Bell on Front Door WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE Trebbr McCachren, bellboy at the Hotel Argonaut, San Francisco, idea-' tified -J. B. McNamara positively as j J. B. Bryce who stayed at the hotel! prior to the dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times and left after. Me- jNamara is the man charged with the actual dynamiting of the building. A London paper says the peace con-j between Great Britain and! United States will not likely be! Signed for a fortnight. I Fort William proposes -to boild a Y, M.C. A. ouilding. The Ministerial Association" of Lon- don. Ont., has approved of the action! of Mrs. Thornley of the W. C. T. I in calling the attention of the-auth-l orities to immorality existing in the! And that word is "Riverside" We see that we get the best that the mills produce You see that you get Riverside Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 Souths f Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta CAFE Fresh Ice Cream Daily Pure Confectionery We excel in qualify BUSINESS LOCALS Try the Lethbridge Brewing CoVs X X Dublin Stout. We will be on the job when you The Duke of Marlborough urged that the emigration of women from j the British Isles to the Dominion should >be conducted in as decent and! proper a manner as possible. Mrs. Saiswenere Stacey, wife of a prominent Indian of Caughanawaga, .s burned to death. Her husband i escaped leaping rrom a two-storey window.'' and quarts by the Leta- onage Brewing Malting Co. 111-0 All lines of building! material Qualify Right Prices right j 423 3 Telephones 323 523 Call us up-we want you satisfied a homeward trip from Carmangav Although .not in natoej 327 Round-St. of an automobile race, Percy Cope -3iJI'8 pis Tse-w-.-Ford.'-feeis ratner proud' that' a-healthful..drink, [he led the procession at the finish.'al-'i [though" N. T.-McL'eod in a Cadillac was close up. and ...carried away the Doctors always prescribe X X JX honors of second place. Porter for run-down women. :Sold by The Peterboro Review giro's, the Lethbridge. Brewing Malting f following add tional particulars cor.- Co- Guaranteed first class. Ill-O [cerning the late Geo. H. Johnston's the phone j association .with Peterboro. "He Pony Express Dray to your the eldest son of the late Win.. -Tulm- at. shortest to remove j little drusgist, of this city, and leaves j trunk or anything else from Utah, where th-v "have ixv-n tonanic. oeen spending a month among thsir ICr, ICE! Leaye your friends. They will' go south toj? orders for season's supply -Of 'iCe nuiiiiilu BEAT ALBERTA Thos. with bis wife and Warm Weather Is Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Limited Main Acadia Block. E Yards, Westiainster and G.P.E. tr JSF Yards, at C.P.Ii. freight sheds. (two sister, and a brother, j -I., Mrs. T. McJanct.' of Ottawa. and Mrs. J. H. I Mr. .lohnsion was born in Peterboro j-Jiily 15. While here lie >for sorrc! years the'late Thos. IBradhurn. later going to tlie with the Western Transfer Co De- livered daily to aJ! parts of the citv. Eve minutes at .the -phone is better than half a day in a hot kitchen, especially when "you can get Quaker Bread fresh every, day ap- Phone J..163, nid .y.ow hear that uproar of Messrs. Hall and Innis." Me left" Pci-Iplause at the Eureka last night ?'No (erboro in 1882 for Stonewall. Man. j n.'ondcr' twf> 1 vaudeville acts and i When in Peterboro Mr. Johnston was jcias.sf Pictures chang. quite prominent in the Oddfellows, having been initiated in Peterboro Lodge .July 2nd. 1873. He was the Cardston this afternoon. Woolford says so far asj he has seen, everything is in tip top; condition in Southern Alberta and hej predicts a bumper crop. trip he said he saw nothing that could! compare with Alberta... While agricul-i .tural conditions throughout Utah and! oru'cht appear to good this spring, everybody satisfied, Mr. Wool- ford is of the opinion that nothing on st.T; Intd-the' earth can beat Alberta. Part of fJL Phone 1027 Phone 1027 THE BAKER Second Avenue Af North t f.fff TO e- r wic i OI I first, initiated, member .of., that-lodge, ce Reid of the electric light Isputhern part of Utah suffered to some' and has remained in good standing fh's. morning and. was [extent with frost durjuc April and in! 1 t. ,.T_ ISDOWtT 3 f_____ v 1 toe fruit crop very light i jCver passed throtigli !shown a i the chairs before" leaving' I While here he was quite-active ;Of vntisival eircies, especially in the choir j of St. Paul's church. He was also of the connected with the ToiletSets at Wholesale Prices morning and Curiosity in the form of of the ittcandescentjas ,a result. Mr. Woolford has not] The globes ;are been farming very extensively style and in burning this last couple of years, (but'says- that your time to buy toilet sets. .We are overstocked in this line We take stock June 1st and intend to clear this line at cost price before that date. school." deposited on'the glass, giving it the appear work in St. fance of a highly polished copper -ball., i such 33, might be used by a magician. when he gets home again he to-go into it heavier than ever and will 'brWik every foot of his Jand he possibly can this season. Set for......... Set for Set for H. A. McKILLOP CO. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES 1113 A 418 ;