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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS -J. Hotel-Windsor J a Day Hotel In Alberta 4- WHEN IN The Dallas Hotel T "V f the and, Moat Cohvtn- lent Place to Stay Is There Any Old and Dingy Furniture in Your Home If there is, you can make it look a rich, natural wood finish with Fine foV wood work too. Net product, but one that has been mad for years. It correctly imitates all It spreads easily and anyone car appl can goes a long way try onS: It bt glad it skmj you cakr curds ESTIMATES Special Apple Sale for this week only 100 BOXES of extra choice stock, consisting: of the following Black Twigs, Par- agons. Hoovers. Fcrmains. Ben Davis and Champions. 3 1-2. 4 and 4 1-2 tier to the box. Price per box 5 tier to the box. Price per Good's Delicious Ice Cream 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 Block, Dufferin Street, (4th Avenue) Scuih; OruCArs for Bulk or Brick Ice Cream "de- livered to any part of the city. Our parlors will now be open for business every evening. fli THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN STORE HIGH GLASS GROCERS ROUND ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY PHONE 525 WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. LADIESTUNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY Suitable For The Present Reason THE WEATHER furnished free for Plumbing5'. Steam and Hot Water Heating. Tinning andTur- nace work. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co, Edmonton, cloudy 7fi Calgary, cloudy SS j Lethbridge, fair 67 I Winnipeg, clear............. 60 10 37 44 26 762 P. O. Box Wo Give Special Attention to Mall Orders Port Arthur, clear 50 24 Fine weather has continued all over the prairie provinces higher temperatures in Manitoba and Sas- [katcbewan. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- katchewan Fine and moderately warm. fair, moderately warm. A few scattered showers. Remember That we carry the LARGEST PAPERS 1 in stock of WALL Alberta. You' will find our prices the best yon eas get. Robertson's Book Store CITY AND DISTRICT Prescriptions 1 Yes. Quality! Yes. Accuracy? Yes. Prescriptions, when they are filled by us are guaranteed to be correct and scientifically compounded. WQ can take care of your prescription -work in a most efficient and careful way, moreover" the charge is reasonable. ALBERTA DRUG CO. TJCN SPECIALISTS, A. B. R1PLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Photographic Supplies require anything in tflis4ine call in and see us. We carry PRINTING FRAMES (all FILMS.. MEASURING GLASSES, PLATES, PLATE "HOLDERS, PORTRAIT LENSE, TRIMMING BOARDS, TRIPODS, ETC. arc j always pleased' to hare you come in and look around. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successors to JOHNSTON a. JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232, Square dealing backed up by Quality in LUMBER Building- Materials Prices right, -Delivery-quick.' G-ire us the opportunity. We will prove it. 423 3 Telephones 1 323 523 Gall us up or come in and see us. L. J. Jamie-son, of Meuicin? Hat, was in the cny 5'esterday. Today and tomorrow are civic clean' up days in Edmonton. William Laurie, the Cardston bar- rister, is in the city. Premier Siiton will open the new high school at Edmonton next Tuesday. Lacey J. Patterson, of Marshall- town, la., is in town today on busi- ness. Ladies are especially invited to the lecture at the Y.M.C.A. tonight. Mr. Adams is a fine speaker. Dr. T. H. Blow, of Calgary, is in the city in connection with his bi-si- jness interests here. Supt. Price, of the C.P.R.. went j east in his private car yesterday af- j ternoon. Supt. Uren of the Cran- j brook division, canre down as far as j Lethbririge and returned in his pri- i vate car last-night. Saturday morning all the Scouts j and boys interested in scouting will j assemble at the Y.M.C.A. front at 9 i o'clock sharp. Details for an outing j will be given the patrol leaders for i actual work on the river-bottom. The j boys will bring their.lunch and be j dressed for a practical day. A Scout- master will be in charge, As a result of the item published in last night's Herald, J. L. Manwar ing. of the Board of Trade, has re- ceived about a dozen messages stat- i ing that Herbert Borgle, whose par- ents.. in Halifax were seeking inforara- tion about him, was working at his trade as barber in Messer's barber shop here. The six Mounted Police who are going; to the Coronation, and who were, out looking for the escaped pris oners, returned-this morning and were not able to report anything new. Four of the Mounted Police who left on Sunday, have not been i heard froir., and important news is expected from them any hour, j A. E. Humphries left this morning j on the nyer to accompany Mrs. j j Blanche Me Co 11 as far as Moose Jaw. JJMrs. Bockus of the immigration of- fice at Winnipeg, arrived in the city yesterday and took Mrs. McColl in charge. She will take her through to Winnipeg, and deportation Eng- land will take place from there. General Superintenhent'A. Price, of Calgary; N, E. Brooks, of Calgary, Teekwood Have you seen it? It's new; represent- ing- burst wood. See our display. All the small pieces includ- ing pots, vases, steins and plates...............35c Jardenieres to No two alike in any of the large pieces. Fern Pots .V.S1.60 to Umbrella stands Pot and Pedestal IT'S CLASSY WARE. SEE OUR WHHDOWS CIT17 AM) DISTBICT Murray Hcnurie, of High River, is reported to be now out of danger, and his recovery is certain. "How shall capital and labor be re- conciled Better hear how Mr. Adams thinks it should be reconciled tonight at the Y.M.C.A. E. Michener, M.P.P., of Red Deer, leader of the Conservative party in the province, is in the city. Rev. W. V. McMiilen, rector of St. Cyprian's church, left yesterday af- ternoon on the local for Calgary to attend a meeting of the executive of the diocese. i Abe Fels, of New York, a nephew of Joseph Fels, the millionaire soap j manufacturer, philanthropist and sin- gle tax advocate, is in the city on business. Don't forget that Mr. Chas. Fred- erick Adams, of Brooklyn, N. Y., speaks at the Y. M. C. A. tonight. "How shall capital and labor be re- onciled Have yoil bought a cake of GLYCEfelNE ROSE SOAP at J. D. Hlginbotham Co., Lid. Hundreds "of' people "hav4> taken advantage of our otter which, isr, A half the best and perfarrnea'Awith rose. It is a For 20c penvbar. The imported kind costs you 25 cents _fpr a quarter of the weight. STARLAND Everyone specializes.. no matter I what trade or profession he pursues. Specialization is the keynote of suc- [cess, is with'the motion, pictures. The Star land theatre features its spe- cials and today announces, that another feature is "The Man and the which is being r'un for the last time today. Everyone should see this pic- ture. It is one of the most striking subjects that has been shown here. j- For next Wednesday and" Thursday management aave secured a big Satraction In "Buffalo'Bill's and Paw-i nee Bill's-'Wild.West Show." 0. uO.uj Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCKS' Try the Lethbridge Brewing ;Gp.'s Dublin Stout. .111-0 "LONESOME TOWN" Direct from his recent notable San Francisco engagement of one hundred nights. Max Dill, the great German comedian, late of Kol-b and Dill, will appear at the Majestic Theatre for two j ni-ghts. "Lonesome the fa-j mcus musical" comedy from the of the late J-udson. C. Brusie, will bej the attraction in which Dill will bej seen in his happiest that of Bakersfield Bill, a Teutonic i knight cf the r-32.d. "Lonesome is essentially a show of novelties. The I spirit of originality dominates every-i thing, from the work of the star to thej veriest detail of the production. Friday and Saturday of this week, local theatre-goers are ocrtain to evince great interest in the coming of Max Dill, tbe noted German comedian, late of the team of Kolb and Dill, who is to appear at the Majestic Theatre in his greatest musical comedy suc- cess, "Lonesome in which he has created something of a furor this Some show this week, Al. Pictures-'season. Dill has a supporting com- and vaudeville both good. Call 6156, the ivethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. 210-0 Dublin Porter is a healthful drink. SoUi in pints and quarts 'by the Leth- C. O. F. Dancing starts at .9 p; m. Tickets per couple. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Limited Main Office, Acadia Bloclv. 'E Yards, Westminster and O.P.E-. tracks. Yards, at C.P.E. freight sheds. divisional engineer Supt. J. H. Cam eron, of Medicine Hat, and W. H. Gordon, Medicine Hat, bridge and bndge BrewinS MaltinS Co. 111-0 I building master, all of the CPR. Donlt forget Masquerade Ball I together with Dr. Smyth, of Medicine, V" ?.e haH' giVen by the {Hat, arrived in the city this morn- I ing on a rail motor, being on a tour jot" inspection of the road. They left again in about an hour. The Gait Hospital board have de- cided to put an ornamental fence around the hospital grounds. The fence will be in keeping with the fine buildings it will enclose and will add much to the general appearance i of the grounds. Tree's and shrubs j will also be set out this spring, and j evervthing possible will he d'oae to i seas 01 n-il-h tno the hospital and its surround- pany of fifty people, and his chorus is said to be composed of the most beautiful and shapely girls on the road. One of the big features of the per- formance 5s the military march done by thirty of the girls in Hussar cos- ,tume. It is a. triumph of stage man- agement and application, and fur-j nishes a truly beautiful spectacle. j "Lonesome with all its wealth of scenic effects, delightful mu- sic, charming lyrics, bright lines pretty girls, -will be the attraction at Doctors always prescribe X 5 X tfae Majestic Theatre on Friday and Porter for run-down women. -Sold by the Lethhririge Brewing Co. Guaranteed first-class. 111-0 the phone that will bring Pony Express Dray to your door at shortest notice, to remove that trunk or anything else you like to name. 103-0 ICE ICE ICE Leave your supply of ice with the Western Transfer Co. De- Saturday, when JVfax Dill, the noted :German comedian, late of Kolb and Dill, comes to town. Dill has been making' a highly successful tour of the coast, and report has it that this is the brightest musical comedy produc- tion on the ro-ad this season. The unctuous star was never seen to such advantage, and his company is admir- able, while his chorus is declared to take the palm for pulchritude. ings pleasing to the eye. Thos. i Stubbs has the contract for erecting i j the fence and work will commence immediate! v. Slivered daily to all parts of the city. Phone nglg Big change in the vaudeville to- i night at the Eureka. One of the best progrunMties ever in the Don't miss it. McQT'AiD At Monarch' on May J There will be something good in i. Joseph Df.smond McQuaid, j store for those who attend the 'Ice- age 2 years and 5 months, beloved j ture at the Y.M.C.A. tonight. Mr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin McQuaid. j Adams is eloquent speaker. BANK CLEARINGS KEEP INCREASING The bank clearings for the week ending this rooming amounted to as against last week, an increase of UNDER VESTS Silk-Wool Are an eartrcinely light and cool gar- ments of''soft .'.fin- ish and nou-irri- table to the skin. 80c each PURE SILK VESTS yoke; hand extra fine quality. LISLE VESTS In three different grades; a dainty vest with yoke. 50c, 55c, 80c KEEP COOL AND WEAR ONE OF THESE. HOSIERY Black cotton hose, with natural sole. Splendid value Gauze and Lisle in all shades; fast Per pair ...30c, Lace Hose, a good range in. black and colors. Per pair .___.50c, Children's Hose, all sizes and black and ribbed cotton.. Per pair.....................................20c, S5a Just one word on LUMBER RIVERSIDE i 1 I I i And that word is "Riverside" We see that we get the bestJhat the mills produce Yousee that you get Riverside Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 Largest stock of Lumber, in Southern Alberta ROCHOWS CAFE Fresh Ice Cream Daily Pure Confectionery We excel in quality Warm Weather Is Here Five minutes at the phone is .-better than half a -day in .a hot kitchen, especially when you- an get --Quaker Bread fresh everyday Phone GILMORE Phone 1027 Second Avenue A, North Toilet Sets at Wholesale Prices Now is-your time to buy toilet sets. We are overstocked to this line. We take stock June 1st and Intend to-clear this line at cost price before that date. Set Set for Set H. A. McKILLOP CO. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES 1113 ;