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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Scit a Day Hotel in Alberta .WHEN IN UETHBBIDQI The DalM i Is the Best and lent Place Spring Hardware for Every Purpose All Lines Complete This busy season items of. hardware for use in the home, gardening, for lawns and house use. This big hard- ware store is residv to fill your smallest or laryest order to your complete satisfaction. Phone orders receive our best attention. X Screen Doors A better selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and all well made well finished. Prices are to Hinges, rmll and hook set 25c Screen "Windows .25c to 50c Wire Screen, all widths from 18 TO .40. inches. Price per yard .I8c to 4Cc Need a Refrigerator And to have a full season's use, of it vou should buy now our stock is complete. Galvanized Steel Lined. at to White Enamel- Lined. at to 325-00 Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tools If Vpu want, a good lawn mow- eh we can supplv you. low wheel. M to 20 Prices to S10.50 Grass Boxes. !4 and .16 invh. at Rubber 3 ply complete. with couplings and nozzle, 50.ft. 1-2 inch A .55.00 and 3-4 inch and Now You Should Buy a New Perfection 6il Stove Anu have a full season's use of one of the finest cooking and baking stoves ever made. 2 burners ea. 3 burners ea. Ontario Potatoes Arrived today. Thc.sc arc all iruanuiiecd clays potatoes, on saiiclv soil and nut up in D> v X sacks. Price per Good's Delicious Ice Cream i; is always the same. It has that delicious flavor that makes you- want more. First Class Parlors on Dufferin St. (4th Are. SO Qivo us a call. You will like our ser- vice and the quality of our goods. >i> MAIN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE-CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY v WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERIN BRANCH PHONE ST. 627 Porcelain.Lined to j DROP we will demonstrate to you the latest invention in vapor stoves. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 762 P. O. Box 679 We Give Attention to Mai! Orders THE WEATHEK f: 66 69 68 28 39 38 33 38 42 .0-1 Remember vo carry fhe LARGEST .stock of WALL PAPERS in Southern Alberta. You will find our prices the best you can get. Robertson's Book Store The Xcw Blue Diniierware Just Opened Cups Saucers, at a doz. P I I T Bread and Butter, Tea Breakfast Soup. Dinner One piece or more I "lO per cent, dis- count .on orders of or over. OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAMBROS. Pbotze55.6 s I t r 5 i Send It To Me. That's what a man said the other.day when .his frieml told him what our Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla did for him. If you take our blood medicine recommend it to vour friends because you will fenow t3iatits a Wood inedicine that zaskes you living. ALBERTA DRUG CO. QN SPEC5AL1STS. A. B. RfPLEY, MANAGEfL PHONE 772 Supplies When you require anything in call in and see us. We PRINTING FRAMES (all FILMS, MEASURING GLASSES, PLATES, PLATE HOLDERS. PORTRAIT LENSE, TRIMMING BOARDS, TRiPODS, ETC. .are always pleased to .have you come- in and look around JACKSON GOPE PRESCRIPTiON DRUGGISTS Successors to J0H NSTON' JACKSON. SHERU3CK-BLOCK. PHONE 1232. Booers-Cmiiiingleiii LMber .limited Edmonton, fair I Lethbridge, cloudy Port Arthur, cloudy Kamioops. cloudy fiO Nelson, cloudy 59 Calgary, fair 64 Winnipeg, clear 70 Since Saturday, showers of rain have occurred in Alberta and'in Nor- thern Saskatchewan in the Battleford district, but generally the weather over the prairie provinces has been fine and warm. During Ine night ten1. peramr.es have been in the thirties aj FORECAST andj warm today, a few. scattered showers on Tuesday. A few scattered! showers, but mostly fair. j fair and conr.-'j paratively i CJTV DISTRICT The April building returns in Bas- sano totalled S-riO.OOO. Bassano's assessment is expected to reach the half million mark this year. The Royal Bank is opening a branch at Athabasca -Landing. Natural gas has been found at Ald- ersyde. I L. P. Nesbitt, of the Calgary Her- j aid. has become editor and manager I of the Sassano News, j- Stanley Kirkham returned home this morning from Winnipeg where he ;Las been for .the past week on a husi- foness trip. i On retiring from the .pastorate of i the Staveley Presbyterian "church, Rev. A. K. Leslie was presented'with a purse of S5-1. W. G. Collier, of Dorsetshire, Eng., arrived in the city yesterday and will reside in this city in future. He' has a brother in the A. E, Easton Co: here. A large crowd attend the P.Hiiifi's Auction Sale of horses on Saturday afternoon and heavy horses were in good demand, some? bringing over a team. W. L. Wilson, was the auctioneer. Leonard Johnston appeared to an- swer to a charge pi assault and cre- ating a disturbance preferred b.y a Greek restaurant- Steve "Keno. He pleaded guilty and paid a fine of five and costs. Mr. Griffin, father of .G-rifiin, the well-known commercial. traveller of 5 j Kingston, is in .the "city on a tour of the West. Mr. Griffin is well pleased with the country and will probably re main here for some time with .'a "view j to investing in city property. At- police court this morning the case against a traveller of the city on an alleged charge of .seduction on a fourteen-year-old x" X Dublin'Stout. a servant in his house, was' on the' f.RR Gall 665. tne Letnbridge Aiesseneer representation of the accused man s'- counsel, remanded till Thursdav morn i over the country around for land. He savs that he was SPRING CLEAJVINO 7 Have you. plenty of H. foe, clcabing Liquid fof Furniture -Benzirve, Gasoline, Turpentine, Redio, the Great Polishing Cloth for any metals. FOR SALE The Store JJiptiotliaoi SC0.LM Family aid pispensiai Chemists Night and! Day Telephone No. 322 r: Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Try the Lethbridge Brewing- Service for quiet message and "Tbag- .gage deli very..-Office 327 Round St. Price. John Brodie has a Best Quality. THREE SanS..ot men. Dublin Porter is a healthful-drink today hau ing, to the court Sold in pints and quarts by'the Leth- house tor the. lawn that will -lie put j bridge Brewing Mattins Co. UW '.I in rhprp Thp -a-nrlrc _ Don't fail to hear Miss Mareen Euglin, the famous operatic singer CITY AKB DISTRICT Geo. McLean, of Eastern Ontario, came up from Cardston today, where k looking Cardston all and that he never saw better stands of winter wheat in his life. He has! taken up land near Kimball, a few j miles from the boundary. j At a special meeting of the council! of the Board of Trade on Saturday! it was decided, to take a whole page! advertisement in the special empire issue of the London Times at a cost, of or S869. The publicity coin- jjjmittee prepared the copy in the af- ternoon, while A. Rafton-Canning got the illustrations and, Mr. Fielden, the Times representative took everything with The issue will be published May 24. A. T. Bradshaw, of Brantford, On-: tario, a graduate from the Training1 School at Springfield, Mass., has ac-j cepted the call as Boys' Secretary of the Y.M.C.A.. duties to commence i September 1st. Mr. Bradshaw has had two years' experience in charge of boys' work before going to Jand three years' experience in school, j and he will come fully qualified for his position. The new assistant, i secretary is regarded.as one of the, j best available boys' secretaries in j Canada, and he is one of the men i that the secretary went east to in-ji te'rview. i T. Hall, who .has been prominently j connected, .with the football game i j since he canle to Lethbridge a couple' i of years ago, received a letter this' D-iornJng.from H. J. Snell, secretarvj of -the Provincial League, requesting! him to act as district president 'for i the Lethbridge district. It is neces-! airy that the southern part of the! proyince.be thus represented in order! that- they may be, eligible to try for, the Bennett shield ,in the fall when- jthe championship games are pulled oft. _ Supt. Geo. Seaman says that on Saturday all three of the water-wagons were on the streets from six o'clock in the morn- ing to five o'clock.in the evening. The Tvind was such, however, that two'or three minutes- after the streets were sprinkled they were as dry as ever Just while he was on the subject, Mr. Seaman remarked to the Herald he. was doing everything pos-' sible to get the streets in shape, but, that it wtuld. be impossible to keep them clean until the people kept their "yards clean. The wind carries the pa- per and other dirt from the yards on to the streets and an army of men cannot keep the streets clean under such conditions. Get Out (Continued from Front Page.) in there this spring. The public works department will dp everything pos- sible in the way of lawns and 'shrub- Quick delivery to any place in the city. Gall ns up and tell us .what you want. Satisfaction guaranteed; ACADiA AT RD C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. bery to give this fine buirding the j right setting.. The Y.M.C.A. Tennis Club is hav- at the .Eureka tonight. _ ;v Doctors always prescribe X X -X Porter for run-down women. Sold by ing its courts fixed up in first class shape for playing upon, and it would Co- Guaranteed first class. Supplies Structural Steel. Plate Crlass. -Stonewood Floorings. Prismatic (jlass. Store Front Systems. Brick of All Kinds. Mosiac Tile. .-Metal Lath. Eutty Metal Wall Plugs. Beaver Board, Canadian Genera! Supply Co. P.O. Box the Lethbridge Brewing Malting r....... ___ %..........__ ill-0 be very much appreciated.....if 'those! Dinna forget. A real Scotch corae- desiring membership .would make the' dian, right from .Bonny Scotland, at paying the member-j the Eureka tonight. Francis at the Y.M. the phone that Express Dray s to fact known b the will bring Pony Express Dray 'to your rloor at shortest notice, to-' remove that trunk or anything else you like j ship fee to Mr office. The fee 'is S3.50 for season. j A piece of work that the city will undertake at an early date will be to. i to name. '103-0 j put in a new discharge pipe from the j Fourth Whist Drive and Social ;im- i power plant, The present discharge! der the management of St. Mary'-s i pipe is Iain right on top of the two; Men's on Wednesday; May intake pipps for the and ioth4 in Reding-'s at 7.30 has a tendency to heat the city ter supply. By the new scheme the entertainrreat. The funeral of Wm. Vaugban's child took place yesterday. Hossell, who consider- able- land north-east' of the -misfortune yesterday to lose his barn and outhouses by fire, resulting in a loss of Smoking by some oi the help is said'to-have originated the- fire. RJVER RISES 1WO FEET The Bentley Co'y, Ltd New Linenette Suitings A iplendid range in Alice Blue, Tan, Old Rose, Pink, White, Fawn, Navy, Brown. Our special regular 3 Oc for 25c yard Striped and Poplin Suitings In a variety of shades. Regular 35c for Our special price Summer Vestings A high grade mercerised In novelty patterns, vesting. Prices from 20c to 50c yard Just one word on LUMBER Mill I r I RIVERSIDE- Mil And that word is "Riverside" that we get best that the mills produce that you get Riverside ofEliisdn Milk -Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta RO CHON'S Ice Cream 7S THE BEST Warm Weather Is Here Five minutes at the phone is better than half a day in a hot kitchen; especially when you can get Quaker Bread fresh everyday Phone 1027 THE Phone 1027 Second Avenue A, North The warm .weather of the last week coupled with rains in t-he mountains, has had its effect on the various- streams, and Supt. Reid, of the elec- tric department, says that the river wa- Seasonable refreshments, good prizes J raised' at least two feet on Saturday p.m. Admission 123-3 discharge pipe will be put in a differ-1 ladies "free. jent place and the old one will'come; the into use eventually as an additional j new people on the bill. j intase pipe. The change wijl 'have. j the effect of making the water supply; night. There is a great amount of snow in the mountains this spring, and when the rainy season begins, as it will nexr, month, .the- streams will be taxed to carry the flood away. If is somewhat A government subsidy has been 1 the city-water supply j cooler anil more wholesome than at j granted the EsquimaJt Graving Dock! murky "for a while the sudden rise of I present. jand Shipbuilding Co line river will be the cause. Fresh Made Brookfield Creamery Butter Put up in cartons......................40c per Ib or 2 Ibs for 75c We' have -cither, brands, oer 3b............... Boneless Codfish Flakes, put up in tins 20c per can, 2 for 35c This codfish is carefully selected. Guaranteed absoluteH fresh and free from chemical preservatives. Directions for use oa.ekch can. H. A. McKILLOP CO. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES 1113 ;