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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL. TRAINS Hotel Windsor Bed a Day in Alberta WHEN IN The Dallas Hotel Is the Best and Mast Conven- ient Place to Stay '7- -r -v 4- -r1 -I- Spring Hardware for Every Purpose All Lines Complete ware score is w im _ i. complete satisfaction. Phoiie ft-ctiVe our Doors A better selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and all well made and well finished. Prices are to Hinges, pull hook set 25o Screen Windows. to 50c "Wire Screen. all widths from 18 TO 40 inches. Price pof yard ...........1Sc to 4Cc You Need a Refrigerator And to have a full season's use of St you should buy our stock is complete. Galvanized Steel Lined, at to White Enamel Lined, at to 525.00 Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tools J{ you want a good lawn mow- er, we can supply you, low o- ir'sib, wheel. 14 to 20 inches. Prices to looses. 14 and 16 inch. Rubber 3 ply consplctc. with nozzle. 50 ft. inch ___55.00 and 3-4 iucb ___S6.50 and Now You Should Buy a New Perfection Oil" Stove And have a full season's use o! one of the finest cooking aud bakine stoves ever made. 2 burners .......39-00 ea. 3 burners Porcelain Lined to 555 DROP IN-And we demonstrate to you the latest invention ia vapor stoves. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Phone 7S2 P. O. Box 670 We Give Soecfal Attention to Mai' Orders Crane's Linen Lawn Note Papers Put up in bulk and Papeteries. You will find this the finest pape market. Sold only at on the ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK F5RST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1263. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Public Expects J The Public Gets It. The public has a perfect right to expect polite attention at our SSio. not 6e dis- The to ft the p. and best dress at OUT store, and can assure you that never aie they, disappointed in this. ALBERTA DRUG GO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, RiPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Writing Paper and Writing Pads TijE OFFE3L the best values In these the quality of the paper Is the finest made-it mates letter writing a pleasure when you use the auality'ol paper we sell. NOTE In boxes 25c to WRITING PADS Plain or ruled 10c to 5Qc LINEN NOTE PAPER In'l lb. packages 35c Our-COALDALE LINEN PAD is the paper that will please you. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. teing Cheap Price. THI1EE LiViiily Best Duality. Quick delivery to any place in tlie city. Call us up and tell us what 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. Stonewoocl Floorings. Prismatic: Glass. Store Front Systems. Brick of All Kinds. Mpsiac.Tile. Metal Lath. Euttv Metal Wall Fluffs. Beaver Board. t Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. 0. Box 581 PKAOM'ES A Car Load of Viiielaml Fruits and guarantee these goods absolutely the finest cam are very reasonable for such QUALITY GOODS. 2 LB. TINS FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP rice iKT tin per tin 2 i'or tins tor for (JUKKN GAGE PL per tin LO.Vi BARD FLUMS- ITice per tin VEGETABLES Ib. price, 3 tins for .25c ..25c .45c .45c .45c ..20c .15c .5Qc STH1XGLESS tins, tins for ..25c Vegetables Just Unloaded. ;ed in Canada. All'put up in Sanitary Tins. Prices GALLON PIE FRUIT PKKLED tin .............80c PEELED tin (in tin tin Ask for special quotations in case lots. 3 LB.-TINS PIE FRUITS Tins for .......................35c tin tin ...............'..........20c 65c !............80c ..........Sue ............45c You Afford Clothing Poorer than your money will buy? MAIN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GKOCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFER1N ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 Saskatoon begins a campaign for a JlO-'i, 11 (Ml Y3I.C.A. building this week. A. K- guayle. of the Cnrmangay i Sun, was in the city yesterday. i Two sons of Mr. and Mrs. J- Bligh. or Taber. are members oi the Sbei- field choir. Wilson, of the K.N.'tt .M-l'-, !at Taber. has born transferred to a in the Macleori division. Taber Scliopi Board will raise Si.- I 000 :o fence ami improve the new j school grounds. i Dr. of Winnipeg, ha? I arrived at Taher to assist Leach i and Uaninian their medical prac- tice. K. M ThciTiiasson, who was tip at Crow's .Vest on Saturday, reports that it snowed all the time that he was there. Robert Patternm. Jl.P.P., Mac- i leoii. is in the city today on a busi- ness i rip in company with II. I Fares, of Winnipeg. i The concrete work and footings of ihe new Marnoch warehouse beside the city hall are almost completed, operations on the superstructure wiil begin this week, ]l This rain has brought up the rooms, and lovers of these delicacies iare hunting them in every corner. i tKic.li Scott, city mine superintend- TRAVELLERS' SAMPLES BOrGHT CHEAP C'ups nod Saucers Bon Boas, Plates, Hair Receivers, Pin Boxes. Powder Boxes, Cake Plates. Odd Cream -Tugs'. Odd Sugar Bowls Great Value, lent, brought up I river boitouis on c! B'nldinc ncrn-jts "were taken the out j tirs moniag at the buildinginspcc-; roz's office for a dwelling by Thos. I Sfihbs at a cost of The city j also issued itself a permit for the city stables1, addition, valued at Calgary Nevs-Telegran A. Rea. formerly associated with Dr. j j Courtice in Lethbridge, but mo'ad to 'Calvary a month ago, is ;erio.i.siy ill with scarlet fever at thc T.so tail on j Hospital. j J. IVIIkie, of the Alberta Consoli-l dated Mines at Coal City, was at the, I Palace Hotel on "Wednesday. It is! understood that he has severed, his with thc Alberta Consoii-j i dated and will go to j 1 Taher Times. j Bassano, situated on the C. R. i main line, midway between and Medicine Hat. where t-t.2 C. V. R. irrigation company is spending itv eral million dollars, claims a ca: nee of getting the C. P. R. western i shops. The Edmonton Journal- says Mr. j W. Ii. Parsons, of Lethbridge, bought out the grocery, confectionery! 'and fruit business at the corner of; j .Jasper and Seventh street, formerly owned by Charles Hall. Mr. Parsons jhas had a large experience in.'.hejrro- 1 cerv trade, having been fourteen yrjirs i in business in St. Johns, NewfnUud- i land, and one- year in Lethbrutee. Are you' taking advantage of the f s arin, iising' Flower. Teg-etable and Grass Seed Bought Get busy and plant today. AYe hare a few pounds of Eckford's Sweet Peas left. These are the kind to plant. Do it NOW. CITY AND DISTRICT j The Western Canada As-j sedation's fifth annual is j to bo held at Calgary. August K, 9, 10 and 11. and will be addr.i'SH'.-ri several experts. Among those v ho are qualified to attend are: >'c Cov-j crnor-General of Canada. Memb'.-rs of; the Dominion Cabinet, the Senate ?nd the House of Commons, the Domin-: ion Commissioner of Irrigation. Su-' perintcmlent of Forestry the Direc-1 {or and Superintendent of Dominion j Experimental Farms, live representa-; [lives oi the Canadian Society ot En-; two representatives from j each Canadian railway and one from j i each agricultural paper in Canada, j j From the provinces of Manitoba. Sas katchewan. British Col-, j timbia The 'the members of the Legislatures, the j I Deputy Ministers of Provincial DC-j jpartments. Provincial Irrigation Com j missioners, three each for all Irriga-j tion and Irrigation Colonization com- panics, two each for all Agricultural.; j Forestry and Live Stock associa-j j tions, five each for all cities, appoint-; ed by the Mayor, two each, tor Boards Trade or similar two each for all town, village or rtir-; tal municipalities, to be appointed by: the Mayor. Reeve or Overseer, two; each for all Canadian Clubs, to be j appointed by the President, the Su- j perintendent or representative 'pointed by him, for each experimen-j jt-al or demonstration farm, three teseniatives-trcm other Irrigation as-j sociations to" be appointed by their I presidents. Any parties wishing to j I have resolutions considered should i send them to the secretary, J. T. Hall. Brandon, before July 10. TT'HEN YOU SPEND for a new suit, can you af- ford to get anything but best suit, that money will buy? Would you invest money in any other property besides clothing' without malving SURE you .were getting yo.ur 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 those materials and the diame- ter of the workmanship put into the unseen, parts of your clothing de- pends in very measure its ac- tual permanent shape and its good wearing ability. The business of our 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 in the unseen parts of the Bentley Co. Clothing, because .in every 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 S18, Three-Piece Business Suits Light Weight Overcoats CORRECT SPRING HATS Co j. Ltd. j. D. liiqinisotiiai I GtL LOCKED TIGHT IN FREIGHT CAR Hobo Travelled to LetK- bricige from Coutts and Then Broke Out Some poor hobo whose name we do; not know had a very novel experience i And that word is "Riverside" that we get the best that the milk produce You see that you get Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No, 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS !yesterday over at the C. P. R, yards.! was evidently trying to get intoj (Canada on the cheap plan and hid a car of lum-ber coming over the li. and I. via Coutts. Ar, Coutts tbe i customs authorities who were not aware of the excess burden the car Iwa's carrying, sealed the car accord- to orders, the man keeping rmmj in the meantime. On arriving in Leth-j bridge the train crew were startled I hear the cries of a man in the car: Leave Your Thirst At Our Fountain The "Parting Will Be Sweet" ROCHON BROS. The second payrivent oi strike bene- fits v.-iil be marie today, and all the in this district wiil receive benefits in the form o? rations. The I! district executive have made l i ir-CRts to get the rations at whole- Si sale prices, and they wiil be delivered I to near tne uiies ui mou me Big special attraction at" the Eure- investigated, but were unable to} ka tonight. The -higgling Parrots and -eW people and new pictures. {and Medicine Hat this summer. The j Mrs Van Haarlem has moved. 1 C.P.R. are putting this stretch oi privatc hospital from 610 Coutts St. road into excellent shape and v.'ill j 701 Courtlanrl St. 129-B i make it one of the best in the DJhna will be i They io have a very _ freight traffic over, the Crow this at 8.30 tor the purpose of when thc strike is settled and form-n2; a Clan Society. All Scotch- authorities went over to take him inj charge. It is not likely that be will' be found as there was no way of get- ting a description of the man. He was safer than he knew in the car. LOSES HIS JOB A PKQMINEXT BUSINESS MAN SAID THE OTHER DAY: "Gilinore, that Quaker Bread; iin- est bread I ever ate. You deserve "NAME ON APPLICATION." ,t-l Montreal, May a rsstilt. of ani ting win oe 1 etigatIOTl Penitentian' Tnspect-1 heavy in thc Caledonian Hall n of Ottawa at the St. Vin-j ihisiovrnincr at R.SO for the purpose of penitentiary. Storekeeper; iTherin has 'been re'ieased from duty in' r are waiting for-jour ad- dress, so as to leave you that sample-loaf. Justi phone 1027. THE BAKER Avenue A, North 130-3 are ihe larse crop in prospect becomes a invit.cd. a reality. The rr.airon of the Salvation Army; A. Camuhers Co., Home, v.-ho wa> to have accompanied i shinpine a carload of Serct. to Minneapolis t-o bringing today. i l-ack Mahol Shonkv.-jeler to stand' .1. of the Messenger Service, i triis'. hfiT. on the charge of stealing a forty horse-power Case, Ui.iHHi worth of furs and other goods sight-seeing autoirobiie, from vhe' i from A. Southard's store, missed the Land Co., on Saturday, I train this mornine; and wili not afternoon. J In all likelihood a woman will1 On Friday evening the members of: in Minneapolis to accom- the Lethbridge No. 2, I.O.O. nccnsed' woman 10 l.eth- F., met and celebrated the 22nd an-j I bridge. Thev arrive .on i niversary o; the installation of their I "mornine. Southard has not j a very pleasant social evening returned. with irregularities at i institution. BAD FIRE AT STEHLTON. OMT. Toronto, May special from the Soo says the entire retort plant of the Standard Chemical Co.. at Steetton. was destroyed by fire on Saturday night. Over 500 men are out or employment as a result. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Choice Groceries H. A. McKILLOP CO. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES 1113 418 ;