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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS 4. Hotel Windsor Day Hotel In Atberta .f. JL, fei WHEN IN LETHBRIDGR The Dallas Hotel Is the Beet and Most Conven- ient Place to Stay Spring Hardware for Every j j I A Car Load vineiauci Fruits and {lusnujteo these goods absolutely the finest canned in Canada, are very reasonable for such QUALITY GOODS. Vegetables -last''Unloaded. All put up in Sanitary Tins. 'Prices All Lines Complete This busy season demands many items of hardware for use in tie home, for gardening, for lawns and house use. This big hard- ware store is ready to fill your smallest or largest order to your complete satisfaction. Phone ordtrs receive our'best attention. Screen .Dcors A better selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and ail well made and -well finished. Prices are to 32.50 Hinges, null acd hook set 25c Screen Windows .25c to 50c Wire all widths from 18 to 40 inches. Price pe; yard...........1Sc to 4Cc You Need a Refrigerator And to hare a full season's use of it you should buy now our stock is complete. Galvanized Steel Lined. at...........59.00 to .White Enamel Lined. at .........515.50 to Porcelain Lined .545 to DROP we will demonstrate to you the latest invention ia vapor stoves. Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tools If you want a good lawn mow- er. we can suoply you, low or high wheel, 14 IP 20 inches. Prices to Grass 14 and 16 inch. Rubber Hose. 3 ply complete, with couplings and nozzle. 50 1-2 inch and 3-4 icch and S7.50 Now You Should Buy a New Perfection Oil Stove And have a full season's use one the finest cooking and baking stoves ever made. 2 burners Ca. 3 burners ea. 2 LE. TINS FRUITS !N HEAVY SYRUP tin per tin PK'ARS Price, 2 tins for _ Tin's 'for' GRKF.X GAGS per tin LOMoARD PU'MS Price per tin VEGETABLES tins, price. 3 tins for STIUXGLESS BEAXi ,25c .25c ,45c 45c 45c 20c 15c MAIN STORE: ROUND ST. "KQK'E 525 lb. tins, 2 tins for ..25c THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND C'ONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL GALLON PIE FRUIT PICKLED vin 80c PEELED tin .................660 tin .................SCc tin ................80c tin.........................45C Ask foe special quotations in case lots. 3 LB. TINS PIE FRUITS tins for Sin tin Can You Afford Clothing Poorer than your money will buy? 35c loc 20c OUFFERIN BRANCH PHONE ST. 627 THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy JI Calvary, cloudy 60 Hick-Sell! Ha Co. 58 48 36 33 46 36 41 46 28 752 P. O. Box 679 We Special Attention to Mall Orders Crane's Linen Lawn Note Papers.'. Put up in bulk and Papeteries. You will find this the finest paper on the market. Said onlv at NEW WHITNEV BLOCK FIRST DOOR OF UWION BANK...... PHONE 1253. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Send It To Me. That's what a man said the other day when his friend told him waat our Compound Extract pi Sarsaparilla did for him.' yon take our blood medicine j-ou wffl recommend it to your 'friends because you will know chat its a blood medicine that makes you feel like living. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY. MANAGER. PHONE 772 Lethbridge, cloudy 'Medicine flat, 'Moose .'Taw, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy Port Arthur, fair Nelson, cloudy The weather the prairie prov- _ inces has been mostly fair during the past twenty-four hours. Rain has oc- curred in Alberta and a few very light scattered showers in Saskatch- ewan and Manitoba. A depression has i come into the prairie provinces from j Montana likely to bring more rain. i FORECAST: Manitoba and Sas-i fair today, lo- i i cal showers or thunderstorms to-i night and on Sunday. j and cool showers. I CITY AJVD DISTRICT Mrs. McEachern went to Macleod On the local yesterday afternoon. Coleman will celebrate Coronation 'Day. W. R. Hull, of Calgary, -will build fine theatre in Medicine Hat. TJ. E. iiassard went to Great Falls morning. C. Ires went west to Pincher I yesterday afternoon on a busi-' trip. Rev. R. IK Lehch, of Port Perry, lias accepted an invitation to come pastor oi the Srrathcona thodist church. 3Ir. Thomas McNabb has bought from the Western Auto Company a five passenger, fore door touring E. M. F. automobile. K. P. Stewart went to Piacher Creek yesterdar on business connect- TEATELLESS1 SAMPLES BOUGHT CHEAP Cups and Saucers Boa Bons, Plates, Hair Receivers, Pin Boxes, Powder Boxes, Cake Plates. Odd Cream .Jugs, Odd Sugar Bowls Great Value, 35c Each. W. Cree ness llbe J I Me Writing Paper and Writing Pads OFFER the best values in these the quality of the paper ie the finest It makes letter writing a pleasure ?.-hen you JHSS the quality, of paper we sell: NOTE In boxes WRITING or ruled iQc to 50c LIN-Efi NOTE In 1 1U. packages 35C .Our COALDALE LINEN PAD is the' paper that will please yoo. JACKSON COPE I'ed with the schools :.there. He will re- turn tomorrow. A party of Y.M.C.A- directors went up to Crow's Nest this morning to locate; a site for the Y.M.C.A. camp, this summer. They will return late this evening. j Tiie government telephone line is to j the viz.: SHERLOCK-BLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DHUGGiSTS Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON PHONE 1232. be extended to the towns alon Lethbridge-A Idersytfe branch. Vulcan, Brant and Blackie. L. H. Fowler and Co. are Baking 3. reputation as carriage and wagon makers. Their latest output is a pea- nut and candy wagon which was made TO order. When the license commissioners met Medicine Hat, the application for jj the rcne-val of the license of Fred (jStubbs of the King George hotel'at 11 Seven Persons, was recommended. -James Fislc left .yesterday after- noon for Wain-wright 'on the main line of the G.T.P. east of Edmonton, i Mr. Fisk says that ibat town is boom j ing this spring, and he will likely in-] vest in some property wiiile there. This lias been our rule for near- quarter of a Please Seep the "iraminlon sta- nave consideration for our employees by ordmary oil week days. Please note 'change in Sunday and Hol- iday 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. 4'P.M. to 5 P.M. B P.M. to 9 P.M. For other urgent calls use phone 322 or Night Bell AJSrD DISTRICT j "The past three months have been the best business months in the I history of the Taylor Milling (said Mr. Fairbrother this morning, I "and continues to be fairly good. Near ly ail the farmers have purchased their seed and business will drop slightly until the crop comes in, in the fall." Grassy Lake Pilot Operations at! the brie': yard were started this week by X. Bourquc and D. Richard, who! j arrived a short time ago from Winni-< j peg, having leased the Imperial Brick; j C'p. plant and they expect to have a j superior grade of brick on the market j in about two weeks. William Broadhurst was up before Magistrate Ball this morning on a charge of vagrancy. He denied that he had no means oi' support and said that he was a miner and was receiv- ing strike funds. The court there-j fore let him but admonished him to keep' straight in future, as this is I the fourth time lately that he has j been in court, saying that the next time it would be jail without the op- tion of 'a fine. Hat News Walter Scott have to worry along toeless. The last of his toes has fallen a victim i to the surgeon's knife, and Walter is now recovering from the effects of the operation. Scott was lest on the prairie south of Bow Island.last win-: j tcr. and before he reached a home- j i steader's shack his feet were frozen i badly. K'e was brought to the city i I and several of his toes were cut off. j j A couple of weeks ago, he appeared I to be well, on the way to recovery jand was walking about the city. {There was a relapse, however, and (another operation became imperative. TABER MEWS YOU SPEND for a new suit, can jxm af- ford to get anything but the best suit that money will buy? Would you invest money in any other property besides clothing without making: SURE you were getting your full money's worth. There is a part of your coat which you never see. There are materials inside your coat which you never see. And on the quality of materials and the charac- ter of the workmanship put into the unseen parts of your clothing de- pends in very large measure its a.c- tual permanent shape and its good 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 of materials or of workmanship in the unseen parts of the Bentley Co. Clothing, because in detail of FIT, and STYLE and WORKMANSHIP, Fashion- Craft Clothes are the best ready-to- wear clothes you can buy. Light Two-Piece Summer Suits Three-Plece Business Suits Light Weight Overcoats CORRECT SPRING HATS ey Co'y. Ltd. ?ust one word on LUMBER a (j wora ts' that we get the best that the mills produce You see thai: you get Riverside Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS ill ers Lioiited Trv the Lethbridge Cheap Price. Best Quality. (423 THKEE (323 A Quick delivery to any place in the city. Gall us up and tell us what you want Satisfaction guaranteed. OFFJCE: ACADJA si OCK-YARDS AT WESTMINSTER RD. -YARDS AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. TT T _, Brewing Co, s H. L- Tnorn nas been appointed XXX Dublin Stout in pints and agent oi the government J27_o Phones, in place of W. A. Chishplm. I Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger who nas resigned _to engage in farm-! Service for quick message and bag- Blg near delivery. Office 327 Round St. 210-0 the phone that will bring Pony Express Dray to your door at shortest notice, to remove that trunk or anything else you like I Taber, May 12.-Taber is to Uvo a I new weekly newspaper. It been rumored for some time ihat the defunct Taber Free Press vjs to be resuscitated. We are glad to s-iy Huit the rumor is not without foundation, and we believe that the -najxity of the general public are giad that at last it has definitely gone over to jjthe great majority. Mr. Groff. a f I young newspaper man of wide and i varied experience, has decided to j start a new- paper in this town, and expects to have the first issue before! j the .public tomorrow morning. The i j new paper will be called The Taber j iraes, and will1 be issued every Thurs i day morning. If Mr. Groff gets his paper out regularly every week, he will accomplish more than Taber has ever yet seen. at present. Taber times are a little quiet, owing to the farmers be- ing busy. Geo. Gorham was in town for a short this afternoon, and stated that hft had just got through seeding of wheat, and he was on i his way out with seed oats, which he Phone 454 South of Ellison Milk Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta Leave Your Thirst At Our The Parting Will Be Sweet C. P. R. TRACK- Builders' Supplies Structural Steel. Plate Glass. Stonewood Floorings. 'VStcms. Prismatic Glass. P 11 T 01 AH JUnClS. 3fetal Lath. Beaver Board. Mosiac Tile. Butty Metal Wall Plugs. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. 0. Box 581 nondale. Rev. A. A. Lytle left this afternoon to attend the Official Board fvctmg of the Methodist Church at Iron Springs. He will also coadypt the services tomorrow and return to town on Monday afternoon. Sj W. L. McRenzie Co. are putting nPTV T. i iu vjic: jiag room of the Y.M.C.A.: today, as experiment, and if a better light j is the result rhey will be put all over the building. Chief Gille-pie is taking up the mat i ter of deport.ng Wm. Lawles.' who appeared yesterday morning on a' charge of stealing a ride from the C. j P. R.. with the immigration author-j ities and he will likely be sent back j as ,m undesirable. A movement, is under highway established way trac3< between Grassv Burdett anr, the right o all been r< to name. 103-0 Mrs. Van Haarlem has moved her private hospital from fil.0 [Coutts St. to V04 Courtland St. 129-6 is going to put in right away. We mentioned some time ago that L. Scott had put; up a building _for the purpose of putting in a print- ing plant, and running a paper. Mr. Scott has been out on his son's farm for some little time, but report says and! I time that his plant is on the way, Mr. Scott info In order to give rived. ing people a good chance to visit Eng! Hon. informed us a short ago that he fully intended to start in! J the business as soon as his plant ar- Coronation the C-N'R' A. J. McLean arrived on the o clock train yesterrlav afternoon. is running special excursions for .the {and proceeded to bis ranch of England on May 3ist- and j Rumors have been plentiful Mth The second and third f to the effect that deals have gone class accommodation on the steamers through in city property and that Royal George and Royal Edward'are [buildings are to be erected, but en- -reserved on these dates especial jquiry fails to verify many of the rum- purpose, and no foreigners j ors. There is no rioufat that as soon ver w-ii he carried. A special j as the crops are reasonably assured. -.vili proviiSeu for the third Taber will forge ahead, but at pres-! cabin passengers which the 3u- OTHER PEOPLES OPINIONS One lady who had moved -to the outskirts of our city said to the driver: "My husband says it is Quaker Bread, or bake, so 1 hope you will come out and call us as I can't beat Quaker Bread." "NAME ON APPLICATION." neighbors take Quaker Bread. Ask them. We will abide by their answer. THE BAKER Second Avenue A, North ent there is noL a great deal doins Thc up to the standard of the second table, ordinarily. The local C.P. Pilot. l Leans. Pleted, Joe MacDonalrt is building-a cottage on his property on Prairie the Aye., and Neil McKeJlar's house is and reservations of jwil! see the new freight shr-d of the j O.p.R. about ready for occupancy. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Choice Groceries H. A. McKILLOP CO. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES 1113 ;