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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .'FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Alberta -r -J- >J- 4 WHEN IN V The Dallas Hotel J the Best and Most lent Place to Stay Spring Hardware for Every Purpose All Lines Complete This busy season demands many of hardware for use in the home, for for "lawns acr! house use. This bis hard- ware store is ready to fill your smallest "or largest order to your complete satisfaction. Phone orders receive our best attention. Screen Doors A better selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and ail well made and well finished. Prices are .........51-25 to S2.50 Hinges. and book set 25c Screen Windows ..25c to 50c "Wire Screen, all widths.from IS ro 4ft inches. Pi-ice per yard...........18c to 40c You N'eed a Refrigerator And to have a full season's use of it you should buy cow while our stock is complete. Galvanized Steel Lined. at to 512.50 Vi'hite Ena-iel Lined. at to S25.00 Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tools If you want a sood lawn mow- er, we can supply you. low or hitrh wheel. 14. to 20 Prices to Grass tJoxes. 14 and 18 inch, ar Rubber KOPO. complete, with couplings and nozzle. it. 1-2 inch and S6.50 3-4 inch ....36.50 and Now You Should Buy s New Perfection Oil Stove And have a full season's use of one of the finest cooking and baking stoves ever made. 2 burners .S9.CC ea. 3 burners ea. Porcelain Lined to 355 DROP IN And we will demonstrate to you the latest invention in vapor stoves. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. We Give Special Attention to Man Orders Remember v.-c carry the LARGEST of WALL PAPERS in Southern Alberta. on iind our prices the best you can cret. Robertson's Book Store Send It To Me. That's what a man said the other day -vvhen his friend told him ..what our Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla did for him. If you take our blood medicine you will recommend it to your J friends because you will know that its a blocd medicine that makes J you feel like living. i ALBERTA DRUG CO. -PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER... 5 PHONE 772 Writing Paper and Writing Pads Ti'E OPPER the best values in. these quality of the paper is the finest makes letter writing a pleasure when you use. the quality of paper we sell'. NOTE boxes .25c to ST.5G WRITING or ruled.......10c to 50c LINEN NOTE 1 Ib. packages___..35c Our COALDALE LINEN PAD is the paper that will please you. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON. HERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. Fresh California Stnavvberms arc at There is really nothing finer in the srr.iw- berry line tluui what we received this morning. Today's price, per basket....................30c For Saturday's Trade exuect. the baskets, each........25c California i'o............45c Washington Ib............1Cc Washington Ib..........20c Washington )bs. for .........25c California Ihs. fnr .............25c Fresh Pineapples. Green Peas and String Beans- Ex pecttiu next week. k'atessen Specialties FOR YOUR SUNDAY MEALS Prime ,Roast_ Sliced, per Ib 40c Veal Sliced. uer Ib 40c Boiled' Sliced, per Ib .60c Whole Ox-Tongue Sliced per Ib ,..60c Good's Delicious Ice Cream The Icind that has the flavor, and it lasts. There is notbinp. so refreshing as a dish of our .'ce Cream pr a glass of our Soda. Try some of our GRAPE -.fUICJB. You will be delighted with it. Parlors on 4th Avenue South. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS DUFFERIN ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONE 627 CITY AND DISTRICT All the stores in the city will be j open on Friday. j -Hon. W. T. KiniP.y will erect a pa-1 ilatial home at Medicine Hat. j i The license comiuissioners have re- a hotel license ;il Minnapore. The Alberta Hotel at High River! j has lost its license. j i Ernest Seven son of the 0. W. Kerr [Co., went to Milk River this morn-j i i i ins; on j i Mr. Creasy, piano timer of _ the j I Mason Risen Piano Co., is in town for a few days. P. McMitrphy. manager of the River j side Lumber Co., has resigned sis r-o- sition and will leave with his uinuly for Vancouver in about 10 days. j The Salvation Army band will give I a sacred concert on the Gait square i on Sundav afternoon between the hours o; 3-30 and -1.30. i The bank clearings for the week end i ing uiis morning amounted to .883.77. a? compared wrth the week i before, which amounted to This is a slight decrease. i Farmers in the city say that rain j has fa'len generally all over the coun- try. Tuesday night there was a heavy j shower in the Taber district, lasting i about an hour and a half. j Many complaints have reached the police of North Lethbridge concern- ing window breaking. The parents are j j requested to warn their children about J breaking windows. The Boy Scouts are requested to! i meet at the Y.M.C.A. at 9 o'clock j f on Saturday morning and bring '.heirj lunch with them in readiness aj i clay's hike. j Sam -Jones, of North i received a pen oC prize rosecovnb i brown leghorns from Kansas Htr i 'yesterday. These birds were of first prizes at Kansas City t'oul- try Show and Mr. Jones expects to I carry off a bunch of the prizes -it ihe exhibition here. Me will probably i show them at Calgary and Regina j also. j A party of Y. M. C. A. directors, j including the General Secretary, E. j M. ThoiJiasson, C. G. K. Xourse, A. Stafford and -T. E- Lcthbridge and several others will go to Crow's Nest Lake on Saturday and locate a site for the boys' summer camp. This I crimp will be under the direction of Si Physical Director TVilkes and Scout M Master Van Allen. j Local Conservatives held a reorgan- j Nation meeting last evening and elect I ed the following officers T-Ionorary j President, C. A. Mn.grath, M.P., Pre- j sident, R. R, Davidson: Vice-Presi-j i dent, L. S. Gowe Secretary, T. W. I j Clarke Treasurer, B. B. Hoyt Ex-j Iecative committee. A. H. McKeown, j Hugh Boyd: M. J. Goode, L. L. i The New Blue Opened Cups Saucers, at a doz. P Bread.and Butter. Tea Breakfast Soup .1.....S2.25 Dinner One piece or more 10 per cent, dis- count on orders of or over. This is the preparation hien- Ij recommended by authori- ties on Hair- Tomes from coast to Pt is backedvxip -and. guaran- teed by a com- pany.. ,'t.1' When used, with 93 Sham- poo, it is prepara- tion in even- way. Price 50c and CITY AND DISTRICT A. Olson returned yesterday from a trip through the Pass towns, where j he has been on business for the C. P. Accident Insurance Co., and says j i that while business is not very brisk! it is better than he expected to-find it. He reports that the country from the foothills east is looking lire, the rain of Wednesday morning hav-j irig done a great deal of good. )Vbile j away Mr. Olson visited -Pincher I Creek. He had not been there for Hi years and -says i'ne change was a I very pleasant surprise to him. The! new King Edward Hotel there is a j fine building and would do credit to I I any city. I- j J. Benedict, of Kansas City, is! I in the city representing the Reeves I j Farni Implement Co. This is Mr. Benedict's first trip to 'Albert-a and I I he is highly pleased with the pros-; pects here this spring. He is from I a city of boosters and thinks Leth- I bridge is taking the right course in j their publicity campaign. thinks i Lethbridge has a great future before: it, and that all that is necessary to place her in the position -where she j belongs is to tell the people -about' lit. Speaking about the wind he said, let a little thing like wind r keep the people away. Down in Okla homti City they have worse winds j than they have here and no one ever j j dares to knock the town on that ac- i count. I was over there one day and j the wind was fierce. A man was; [coming down the street and his hat. i blew off and started skyward. He j I stood there bemoaning his was a visitor of a citi- zen of the city came along and told not to mind. 'Just go ahead i down the street as if nothing had j happened. You can reach up most j anywhere and pick another hat just I as good, out 'of the ?ir. It's full oil them.' j Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night oa. Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS XXX "lAsquith, E. S. and j quarts. the Lethbridge Brewing Co.'s Dublin Stout in pints and one 127-0 l-falls, is dead, aged 8-1. Frank Cody saved Mrs. Joseph Nor man, who fell from a plank bridge in- to, the Speed river near Guclph. Farquhar Dew-art, a resident of j Kenyon township since 1833, is dead, j aged 84. j Bishop-elect Clark of Niagara dio- j cese will likely be consecrated June 34V, i Woon Wah, aged 18', only two weeks i in Canada, was killed by "a car at Montreal. The C.P.R. will, beginning June 4, run a through train from Toronto to j Vancouver. j Mrs. Susan Woodruff, widow 01 the time postmaster at 'Rogers- Gonniiigiiaiii lulier Co., Limiteij Cheap Price. Best Quality. j W. Sloan. The was held in: Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Builders' Exchange office and was Service for quick message arid .bag- presided over by Mayor Adams, the J. S. gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. 210-0 Mrs. Holland A. White, of Hani it-.j ton, is suing her husband, an insur- ance man. for alimony! Montreal Board of Trade will ask i THREE Quick delivery to any place in. the city. Call us up and tell us you want. Satisfaction guaranteed. OFFICE: ACADiA Bl AT WESTMINSTER RD. C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. Builders' Supplies Structural Steel. Plate Glass. Stonewood Floorings. Prismatic Glass. Store Front- Systems. Brick of All Kinds. Mosiac Tile. Metal Lath. Kutty Metal Wall Plugs. Beaver Board. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. .A m, P.'O. Box 581 ji retiring president, with Dr jj Stewart as secretary. i A hustler wanted. Apply' at --once j the Minister of Commerce for a di-i The Lethbridce Agricultural Soci- I at M. K. Kaake's barber shop in the jrect mail service to Jamaica. j Jjety met for a short time last night. JL 0- 0. F. Block, opposite Alexan-j Four officers of the Olst jjin the office of F. C. Lpwes Co. j rjra Hotel. 127-1 i Duke of Argylc with bis Scotch regi- j While no in, p.ort.-tnt business was putj. The Young Men's Social Club of in camp and ;il I'ne coronation.! on account of the money by-i North Lethbridge will hold their last-, j Antoine Larose was acquitted at j charge. At j Baptiste Gauthier I same offence. v pioneer of me f-T s. stcvl structure which '.vould door at shortest notice, to remove j tern Australia, has.reached cost about and one for a that trunk or anything else 'you like j g. r... cn roll-te lo the coronation. Hef wooden stand -at. S25.000. It was j to name. 103-0 J5ays Australia fears the-'Orient, o'cemcd sdrisahle, however, to take Rrgiilar nreeting -of the Canadian; Montreal may spend on no action in regard to letting i Order of Foresters in the J.O-O.F. ipark extension, half of it for the'Law the contract the stand until the j f fall Thursday, May llth. Initiation properties on'Mount Rov- money for it wr.s in sight. jwiil be put on. Don't' miss it. Visit- !al. Ltd.. have'.ine brnthren always welcome, v 126-2 j. Toronto. Chicago and Cleveland1: have bought the old Blair-j 0. ..I. Owens left this morning on ton iron mines in Belrr.ont The Prairie Agencies [the business instituted and heretofore j conducted by the Office Appliance i Co. .1'. R. ReviH. who is known Jin rhe city, is manager of the new 'he flyer for Minneapolis, where; he for will remain for a couple of-weeks Montreal, Judge Angers sen-! company, which represents both local business. tenced Harry Walters to years; 'and eastern capital. Among the eas-! Another, meeting will be held for stealing-a woman's purse on aU l.y- i street car. remarking the offence j laws on .May 13. and the society will j "was one of the m.-ost j j Flower Station, Ont., who is the get busy, as they have an Immense i A shipment of lager, coiWigned by manager's fathr-i. The headquarters amount of work to get through their the Kunt-z Brewing ('o. of Waterloo i Jjof the company are next to the East-; hands in order to get the -rounds i to "James Spears." Orangevillc, j Townships' Hank Office equip-j and ready for the fair in which is under local option, has been j ir. j confiscated. The brewery claimed it. i tern men interested arc-.: Wm. Usher, mediately after the vote on the I of Renfrew. Ont.. and -los. of The Bentley (Vy. Ltd. New Linenette Suitings A splendid range in Alice Blue, Tan, Old Rose, Pink, White, Fawn, Navy, Brown. Our special price, regular 30c for 25c yard Striped and Poplin Suitings In a variety of shades. Our special price Regular 3 5c for 30c yard Summer Vestings In novelty patterns. A high grade mercerised vesting. Prices from 20c to 50c yard Just one word on LUMBER RIVERSIDE And that word-fa "Riverside" We see that we get the best that the mitts-produce You see that you get Riverside Riverside Lumber Go. Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta Leave Your Thirst At Fountain The "Parting "Will Be "Sweet" ROCHON BROS. Othei8 Peoples' Opinions of An out of town customer writes "VEET FINE BREAD." r 'JVame on opinion will foe tue same let us-leave you a sample loaf, THE BAKER Second Avenue Af North filing devices. -typewriters ami j Asgjist. President C.- J. Eckstimi Fresh Strawberries arriving daily Today's prices, 30c per box. Saturday mornjng we-will strawberries, 25c per box. We will also have Red Cherries, 50c per Ib. We will alt klrxte fresh Store wiJI be open Friday. H. A. McKILLOP CO. office specialties are handled. presided at- .t had beea sent in error. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES 1113