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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y *j� l�*M BUS TO Av. TRAIN* * Hotel Windsor * r I > BMt $1.25 a Bay Hot�l in * '^t. . t, , Albarti  TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald  WKBN IN t�THBHIOO�  J The Dallas Hotel  > It the Beat and Moat Crnvsn*   ient Place to Stay  o *          >  Rubber Lawn Hose JSTow is the time to buy .your.Lawn Hose and Hose Supplies. Our stock is complete in every detail. Specials 50It:� % in. x 3 ply, complete with nozzles and couplings, v--- '  ' ... . % $o.0() 8am� length % x 15 ply . .'.:v.,.V'.;. ...'-.$0.50 Hose Sundries Hose JVozzl'ejs, efieli . ., ^... ; .50 Ring Sprinklers, each ;V^; ... ... .?M) Revolving Sprinklers, each . . .$1.00 to $1.50 Hose Reels each ........ 4C, .'. .,.$1.25 Estimates furnished free for Plumbing, Steam aud Hot water heating. Tinning, and Furnace work. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Sliced Apples in Sanitary Tins A re much nicer IV ha king ptirpVes than green apple*. These canned apples are also cheaper now thai green apples are so high jn price. ViiiclaiHl Brawl ('aimed Apples Are riiexceiied in Qualify 2l,-L> H>. litis, price per tin .... 15�* (lallon tins, price per tin ...45c (lallon tins, ll'lo case i'rice per case . . .......$2.40 haily Shipment or California StrawbciTlOS.' Lowe8t m""lr> 4!) "iS 10 li2 60 (10 to til 30 31 10 33 31 30 33 3li 32 51 31 31 31 SO 31 lW�^W^A^A^^A^A^^^^^A^IV�^A^A>A^^V^VWVVWt^ Salvia Hair Tonic A Hahr Tonic Pure and Simple A great remedy for itching scalp and will remove dandruff In two weeks. Salvia is free from sticky or greasy substances, keeps the hea* cool and restores the hair to Its natural color. Salvia is "jgOaranteed and your money back if not satisfied. Price 50c at The Frank Hedley DrugCo. : SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. 1 � � � aaaaa�aa��a*�aa>a.................*""*^^'*iJV^"l^V"eiViinj\JU\JUVVx/^puN^ Lawn Grass Seed Clover Seed ' '.' ears ' identified with Methodist mission work amongst the Indians in Alberta, is dead Hert Maxwell, of t'oaldale, was in. the city yeslerday and reports that he has one hundred acres of wheal up through.the ground already. Walter Glockncr, one- ot the well known business men of Grand Forks, is/in the city attending to some pri- , vate interests which he has here. j 11. C. Forrest, representing the Oli-j ver Typewriting company at Chicago, i arrived in the city this morning Ironi. Calgary.  BUSINESS LOCALS SATURDAY SPECIAL JAPANESE Cups and Saucers 15c OCR SPECIAL BIG BARGAIN DAY SELLER IE you tia^e' got them before you know the values. If you haven't, you should find thenvouti'v . SEE' OUR WINDOWS jrURKHA|! BROS ~$r'SSixth Si- ~v Phone 556 CITY AND DISTRICT ThdQght for the MbriBw Sunda 8 to 9 p.m. J. D. Higinbotham & Co./ Ltd. AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS KEYSTONE HAIR INSULATOR Keystone tnsula; an repair man. All  work' fullv guaranr teed. Leave orders with M;vsm ,t Risch, Ltd., phone 701, V \:C> '�< The Lethbridge Turkish Bath Parlors are now open. -Turkish; shower and plain hot and cold baths, Expert Masseurs always in attendance, 409 5th St., S. Open day antl.night, Phone 1 Itll. � ' 122-0 For quick baggage service, phoou �70. Rex Cigar Store. .. 13-0 Listen ! . An all comedy; hill at the Morris tonight. A; laugh every minute. - - Phone 060 thp .Messenger Service for prompt Massage and baggage' delivery, yr.: CITY AND^DISTRICT C. If. Sulgrove, a Kansas City real estate broker, arrived 'here yesterday to look over some' fanning propositions in this vicinity'; Dean llraithwaite,; of the Calgary university; announces that he has received a coir.niiinication from the registrar of McOilt university concern-ingtlie afniiation of the Calgary university with the older institution, and that everything points to the. end that (here, would be. little or no troit' hie in adulating the local institution with McGi!I. To facilitate the handling of their implement department the offices of I he Lethbridge-Wcybitrn Realty Co. after today will be at the warehouse, 12(i2 1st avenue south. Coiv.'modious oflcts have, hen titled up for both tlit' veil'estate and implement departments: The general office phone, 117.1, has been transferred to the new offices. Rev. W. K. Thompson, of Stavelcy, has. been called to the pastorate of Knox Presbyterian church, t.ran-brook. , AV. K. Campbell, of the Campbell Realty Co., Winnipeg, has purchased a block of 1000 acres of land at Cran-hrook from Messrs. O. K. March; of Spokane, and R. B. Benedict, of Oranbrook. At a meeting dt the Grassy Lake council it was decided to secure the services of a competent civil cngiiieef to fix the street lp.vels of the town so that the work of grading Main street could be proceeded with.' The census qI .Grassy Lake taken in-connection with the application for incorporation as a town is well over the four hahdrcd- mark and it is expected that the notice that the appli-catiqu has been,granted will be .received :narly next month. 'The. .debate this evening at the V. M.C.A.. .Octween , Taber and Lethbridge ought to. prove a strong attraction, especially in view of the subtest, "Resolved that bachelors should be taxed."' Every bachelor should, attend this meeting and hear his fate,. A new ward for Grassy Lake in connection with the church of the Latter Day Saints is to be organized and a meeting will hp held next week to elect a bishop, two councillors and a ward clerk. Heretofore Grassy Lake has been part of Taber ward under* Bishop Van brnian. It is unfortunate ihat a typographical error is responsible for placing J. A. Smith's regular auction sale on Thursday, instead of Tuesday. These sales have been running for over a year every Tursday afternoon. Particulars of the sale to hp. held on I ucsday. 'next will be , found on another page. f, Word has, been received In Calgary that G. Bethune Gray, manager of tho*London, England, office*of the CP.It. land department, is dead. Deceased wns well known in Calgary, having been in business there as an assignee for six years. Geo. Younger, a Medicine Hat city employee, is dying in the city hospital as a rrsult of trying to stop a runaway yesterday morning. Mr. Kelly's race horse took fright aud got away from him. Younger tried to stop it and was knocked down and tramped upon by the animal. The Taber Times says : To be successful in filing on a homestead and pre-emption that is worth now at least $8,000, is the good fortune of W. S. Russell, president of the Taber board of trade, and lumber merchant, who on Tuesday went to Lethbridge to secure his papers. The land Mr. Russell cancelled is in township 10, range 15, part of section 5, and is within 8 miles of town. The farm is valued today at' over $8000 and is considered to he a fortunate find. Lawn Mowers 12 inch 14 inch /� -16 inch - - $7.50 18 inch - - $8.00 18 inch ball bearing $9.00 Grass Catchers - $1.25 Stafford-Agnew Co. "II you live out of town, write us.' The Flies! The Hies? Keep Them Out. Screen Windows, Adjustable for all windows. Screen Doors, All Sizes, In a Variety of Patterns an9 Grades. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER 6TH 8T. AND 4TH AVE.. LETHBRIDGE. LIQUOR LICENSES NOT PERMITTED Blenheim, Ont.,. May 10.-A tele-gvattt was received by the Harwich township officials from the provincial secretary's department, stating that licjuor licences in tile township would not be permitted. , Th� matter has been the cause of a good deal of trouble' and litigation, as the vote last January showed only three voles in excess of the necessary three-fifths'"to carry the bye-law. An appeal to the courts wag made by the hotel men, and enough votes cast agniiiBt them were shown to be illegal aud sufficient to upset the bye-law. Nine votes were removed from the local option list. However, the department held that the technicalities advanced were not sufficient to reverse the original result. The licenses Involved ar�: one at Cednr Springs, and one at Charing Cross. j PHONE 471 BOX 0S 1 WALL PAPER �Our:samples of bright, attractive new goods fresli i'rom tlie makers, will be delivered to tiny address in the cit}' for your inspection, without; cost to you. You will save money by dealing with us. Estimates furnished promptly. , , , THE REVLO CO. Painters and Decorators 12G0-3rd Ave. S. ST. THOMAS IS WISE St. ThouiaB will spend $4,000 'to' 'aU' vartJBe Hie clty,4. MACHINERY We offer for imm'edlate;phlpinent from stock: One-New 10 h.p. VERTICAL BOM-ER Two-New HORIZONTAL GASOLrNE ENGINES, 4 and B h. p. Eight-New STEAM PUMPS all sizes up to 10 x ti x 10 Inch. One--K.W. GENERATOR, D. C. 2:20 v, capacity 75. electric lights. One-35 h.p. HORIZONTAL STEAM ENGINE. Three- No. E24 INGERSOLL ROCK DRILLS ??4" cyllridera One-CONCRETE MIXER, Gasoline Uriveu, 8 cu. yards per hour. Two-SHAFT SINKING IRON RUCK.fts. capacity 1 yard. Two-DUMP CARS, steel lined, oak frame, w^aci-ty 1 1-2 yards. Let us submit pi-Ices for your new equlpnieut for factory shipment. J. B. TURNEY & COMPANY Suppllea and Equipments -..'.'.Mines and Mills- Builders and Contractors' Phone 785' Lethbrldae, Alberta 1245 Second Avenue ^MWVVyVAAM�AMA^MMV^M ;