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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO TRAINS Hotel Windsor Bei t a Day Hotcf In 4- "t- Alberta WHEN IN LETHiRIDQE The Dallas Hotel J T T Is the Beit and Convtn- .f. Place to Stay Spring Hardware for Every Purpose AII Lines Complete This busy season demand? inar.y of. hardware for use In the home, for gardening, for lawns a.nd house use. This big havU- .-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 c different styles and all well made and well finished. Prices are to Hinges, pull and hook set Screen Windows ..25c to 50c Wire. Screen, all widths froin IS fio 40 inches. Price prr yard 18c to 40c You Need a Refrigerator Aiid to have a full season's use of it you should bay now while our stock is complete. Galvanized Steel Ijined. at to White Enamel Lfned, at to Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tocls If rou. want a good lawn mow- er, we can supply you, low or wheel. H to 20 inches. Prices to 510.50 Cms? Boxes, 14 aud 16 inch. at ....................S1.25 Rubber Hose, 3 ply complete. with couplings and nozzle. 50 ft, 1-2'-inch' .55.00 and 3-4 inch and S7.50 Now You Should Buy a New Perfection Oil Stove And have a full season's use of one of the finest cooking and baking ever made. 2 burners ea. 3 ea. Fresh OiJi ion 81 mv berries are no'.v ar. their There is really iiotuiTi? finer in the straw- iiorry tlun what we received this morning. Today's price, per basket 30c FOE- Saturday's Trade we expect the following California California Cherrlss >b Washington i'rr Ib. Washington Asparagus Vrr Ib Washington 2 for California 2 lee. Fresh Pineapple-. Green Peas and String Beans Expected next week. br.skets, each 25c >b 45c 10c .20c 25c Delicatessen Specialties FOR YOUR SUNDAY MEALS Prime Roast per Ib............40o Veal Ib..................40c Boiied per Ib..................40c Whole per Ib............60c Good's Delicious Ice Cream The kind that has ihe flavor, and it Icsta. Tiiere Is nothing so refreshing as a dish of our Deliciom1 Ice Cream or a slass our Soda. Try some of our GKVPE JUICE, You will be delighted with it. Parlors on 4th Avenue South. You Afford Clothing Poorer than your money- will buy TV-HEN YOU SPEND UO. ?25. J'or a new suit, win you THE GOOD COMPANY MAINSTORE HIGH CLASS GROCERS ROUND'ST. !CE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY 525 WHOLESALE'S RETAIL CUFFEPUN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627- Porcelain Lined .545 to DROP vUl demonstrate to you the latest invention i vapor stoves. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 762 P. O. Box 670 We Give Seeds! Attcntlor. to. Mai! Remember That -we carry the LA5GEST stock of WALL PAPERS in Southern Alberta. "You find our prices the best you can gee. Robertson's BookStore Send It aan said the ot Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla -what 3. man said the other- day when his- friend told him what our CITY AND DISTRICT G-. A. Delany has purchased a resi- dence on Fisher St. The new C.P.R. hotel at Calgary j will be eight storeys high and will; i have 300 rooms. Rev. T. V, Perry went to Tabyr on i church business yesterday, returning today. Laurie, solicitor oi Carclston, is the city on business at the Su-: preuie Court. i Sherifi Campbell, of IViaclcod, in the city tesiei'day at tending the J funeral of the late R- F- Reeve. j j -Geo. Beli. assistant postmaster at j Regina, is the guest of Dr. R. C. Me- Clure. j J. T, Pelts, oi has arriv-j led in the city to take charge of the; iboot and shoe department of the Hud- i son's Bay Co. stores. The Travelling agent for the Elli- son Milling Company, D. Clemis, left j yesterday afternoon for the Kootcuay i districts. i A typographical error quoted Boil- il-am. sliced, OOc. per Ib. instead: 4'i nf -10c. in the Good Cc.'s ad. yester- day. During The six moni.hs' leave of ab- sence of W. piinrfre-y. local manager of the Imperial Oil Co., V. Green, of Edmonton, TV ill be in charge. D. Dramer, assistant general rnan- aspr of the John Deere Plow from Winnipeg, is in the city today iRjng with the company's' here and insiriicsine: the sales- The New Blue Dinxjenvare Just Opened Cups Saucers, at a doz. AND Bread and Butter. Tea S2.00 Breakfast Soup" Dinner One piece or mere 10 per cent, dis- count on orders of S5.00 or over. did for-him. If you take om- blood medicine you -Brill-recommend it to your friends because TCU will linow that its'a. blood medicine that makes you feel like living. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. 3; RIPLEY. MANAGER. PHONE-772 Grass Seeds Writing Paper and-Writing Pads "TTrE OFFER the best values in these, quality of the paper ie the finest makes letter you use the quality of paper .NOTE boxes ..25c to SI.50 WRITING or.ruled to 50c LINEN 1 Tfr. Our COALDALE LINEN PAD is the paper that will please you. JACKSON COPE here- -are -flgnSiieds- of r vari- eties ;-to choese 'ff om in bur- ECKFORD'S MIXTURE OF SWEET PEAS is the best of them all. :JF sale at PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Succeseors to JOHNSTON SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. looers Gunnlngliain Cheap Price. J J. V. McKenzie. who has btcr. -on i The staff oi the Daily News since it j started, left this morning Cal- i gary to accept a. position on- the News-Tel eg ram. The board of license commissioners siis hern tomorrow to consider the transfer oi the Myrtle Hotel z.z Bovr Island and also the transfer j of the license a.t Royal City to W. J. i jMcLelland. J G. A. and G. B. P. D. Delany nave "i each' .secured ten acre garden tracts) east of the gaol and will establish I i chicken ranches and place the tracts j. i under cultivation this summer. H. Galvin returned this morning i from rincher City and informs the j Herald rlial the crops in that' section J! are in excellent .condition and wt-U advanced-' They seem to have had more moisture than has faiten fur- j iher ease and the- farmers say- they i have plenty to last them a lung time yet without danger to the c-roph. The acreage in the vicinity oi Pincher is about 25 per cent. Heavier j than last year, The petitions for the bridges over i the river at Diamond City and j Twelve-Miic coulee are coming in daily and ihe Board of Trade- will I soon be in a position, to take ma tier up with the department 01 I Public Works. J. L. Manwarmg" re- Service for quick another this the deliverv. Office Family and Dispensing Shemists Night and Daj Telephoaa 322 Night Bell "on _Froat Door BUSINESS LOCALS Try the l.eihbridge Brewing. Co.'s The members of t.hc M'acleod Board j of Trade presented W. G-. LyncH, man j l arer of the Bank of Commerce, on j j his departure to Medicine Hat, with j a travelling bag. j The Vvesiern Tinsmithing Co. have opened a branch at Medicine Hat un- jjder the name "The V.'esterij }bating ,nd Sheet Metal Works." J. T. is the manager of the new branch. The Pioneer Lumber Co. has receiv- ed glowing reports about the crops ifrom its agents all over the country. Rain has fallen heavily. all around Lethbridge. especially in the east, I south and north. j R. B. Bennett, of Calgary, well i i known lawyer and orator, will deliv-i er an address in on May J21. at ihe big function being arratig-j ed by the Overseas Club. The statement made that the jury in the Tullcr-Thaell case took four ballots before they could reach an agreement is untrue. No ballot was taken at all, the jury being entirely unanimous. The officers of the Boy Scouts are J sorry to have disappointed the ijnys I (so m'ich of late. Weather was always; the cause, although prepira- i lions -were made each time. IIow-j ever, it is hoped that no less than i sixty hoys, whether Scouts or not, j will turn out at the Y.M.C.A. :'rnnt, j Saturday morning, at 9 sharp. Be-on! time, and "be with a good I lunch for genuine expedition. i c W. R. Virtue has received the con-! from the Aibe'rta Loan'and In-i vestment. Co. for the- excavation and cement foundation the new the- atre they are building on Fifth-St., just north of the Pioneer -Lumber Co. offices. He started work on the con- tract this rooming. Wm. Watta has the contract for removing the old house orr the premises and it is being 'moved today to some vacant lots on i Fourth street. Winter is looking' fine and the spring wheat is growing nicely in the Iron Springs' district is .the word j given the'Herald by George j A good shower .fell there -this week. j-Mr. Heights gives. as good a report .jlrom his Coalclalc farm. He says that I tlic rain which fell, while not very [heavy, was sufficient to wet the ground down to where there is al- ready an abundance of moisture. There is enough moisture in the j ground to last- for two months yet I and aH that is necessary is to keep the top from drying out too mudf: The warmer weather will bring the moisture up from-.below .more quickly than the weather that has prevailed so far. i.Porler J. Elliott, of North "Dakota, ford to get anything but the best suit that money will .buy? Would you invest money iir- any- other property besides clothing without making SURE you were Setting your full mouey's worth. Thcro is a part cJ your coat which you never see. There are materials inside your coat which you never see. And on t.hc quality of tifaose materials and the charac- ter of the-workmanship put into the unseen, parts of your clothing de- pends in very large measure its 'ac- permanent shape and .its .wearing ability. The business !of Men's Department keeps steadily growing and the same men'come back year after year for new clothes because there is no skimping o' materials or of in the unseen parts of'the Bentley Co. Clothing, because of FIT, and STYLE, and Fashion- Craft 'Clothes are the best ready-to- wear clothes you Light'Two-Ptece Summer Suits y' A T.hree-Piece Business Suits Y; V Light Weight Overcoats CORRECT SPRING HATS. Co'ytlbL XXX Dublin Stout- J postmaster at Sweet Vaj lev has neen in the city for the past cou- in and j of days on his way back home. He 127-0 j has a section of the old Cameron Call 6B6, "the Lethbridge Messenger rciich which he purchased last spring. fnr naicfc mRssas-R and Gn; account 0[ the dry weather last year he was unable to verv much quarts. Best Quality. THREE (323 Jlby 38 petitioners and there ve J four more petitions to co'nift :i. and bag- 327 KoundJ.St.. 210-0 in the way of developing this land, CHILDREN'S Big Special Matinee! but is hlisv IIOW Rnd expects to have u; ,B1> T r- i .tomorrow at the Eureka. i the rvhole section broken this sum- his 'ftter T. G. Shirley. Thc-young Mcn-s Social .Club of) "I am of the opinion still In thes: projects will be of srea't.s Quick delivery to any place in the city. Call us up and tell -us what you want. Satisfaction guaranteed. OFFICE: ACADSA AT WESTMINSTER RD. C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. 1; district. i General Secretary' E.- M. Thomas- 01 tne 1.M.C.A-, is busy today North Lethhridge, will bold their -lasr. dance on Friday, May 12. All wel- come. 1J6-3 the phone that will bring Pony Express Dray to your door at shortest notice, to remove preparing his annual report for the j that trunk or anything else you like 11 International Committee, New York. to name, i I This committee has supervision over Two j-1 he A ssocia rions m North America 1 rcka and %000 j and Foreign Countries. T'r 103- acts at the En- Builders' Supplies Structural-Steel. Plate.-Glass. Stonewood Floorings. Store Front System Mosiac Tile. Butty Metal Wall Plugs. Beaver Bon rd. Canadian General Supply Go. Ltd. P. 0, Box 581 Prismatic Ulass. Brick of All Kinds. Metal Lath. _ 11. Ihe I shows ihat the members. In -57 active. nier. R-2 seeded 300 acres to spring this spring and says that it is further advanced already than spring wheat was last year on the first of June. Mr. Porter has all confidence in Southern Alberta and docs not loot for another dry season this It is to improbable, he says, and he is looking for a large yield. He .says the spring crops here are much in advance of those in the Da- Icotas. feet of bcaut-ifUi report lures. has filS i Regular of the "Canadian j the .senior department i order of Foresters in I.O.O.F. (snows WAGE INCREASE 228 associated: boys 33 nall Thur.-idav. Mav nth. Initiation! active. associate a total of-13] >--i! be put nn. Don't miss it, Visit- TRAINMEN hnys. I his :s the largesl. membership brethren always welcome. 126-2 her ihe popnlalion Hint any lion has had at the end of Con-j Rail-i Harrisburg, May wages of e trainmen in the United States .ASfeocia-.- pictures; change tonight at.the Canada have .been increased of -'our! rcka. Don't miss them. in a year, according to the re- in 3 new building, and it jport made to the Internationa.! thai mpn boys, are; -Service was clect-ert to fiU alvention of the Brotherhood or. committees. The properly vacancy in Glcicbcn's town council. >voad Trainmen by W. G. L Jj statement shows that the Y.M-C.A. j Warner Dr. N. D. Steele of the Brotherhood. This is the j building is valued at- the lots j ibis disposed of his statement to be bad af-.the wage at Se.OOn and the. iuniishimw at SJO -i buiJd.'n? -'stock and contents Vo Mr. nncreasing movement in 19 Jf) and cov- 500. During the four months three Cope of '-Calgary. ''The new' propri- of; the country. Hible classes have enrolled men ant! bovs lakin and 300 etor is liorc and they are taking stock systematic ex- i this week. Mr. Cope takes 'possession one mechanical drawing class at once. Dr. Stcelc will attend "to his and one debating league. I private practice form while. BOR-N Monday. May 8, to Mr, i and-Mrs. E. Frcy, a soa, Just one word on LUMBER RIVERSIDE- And that word is "Riverside" We_see thai we get theibesttMtthe Yoii see thatyou get Riverside Co. South of Ellison Largest stock ofLumberin Southern Leave Your Thirst Fountain The "Parting "Will Be CITIZE "My wife says she yri II never bake loaf as long as she can get QuaK er" the best we ever ate." "NAME ON it Iff same customer was eft bread 20 per cent, cheaper than ours but refused it and the above reason why. T; GILMORE Phonel027 THE ME Second Avenue A, North Fresh Strawberries arriving daily Today's prices. 30c per box. Saturday morning we will sell strawberries, 25c per box.- We will also have Red Cherries, 50c per Ib. We will also have'all kinds fresh vegetables, Store will be open Friday. H. A. McKILLOP CO. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES ;