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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta V FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Windsor Ber.t a Day In Alberta WHEN (Nt'LETHBRIDGK'." Tiie Dallas Hotel Is the Best and-Matt Conven- ient Place to Stay... Spring Hardware for Every Purpose AII Lines Complete This busy season demands many items of hardware for use In the home, for gardenias, for lawns and house use. This big 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 all well mada and well finished. Prices are .........51.25 to Hinges, pull and hook set 25c Screen Windows ..25c to 50c Wire Screen, all widths from IS to 40 inches. Price pe? yard ...........1Sc to 40c You Need a Refrigerator AsS TO have a full season's use of it you should buy now while our stock is complete. Galvanized Sieel Lined, at to White Enamel Lined, at to 525.00 Porcelain Lined to Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tools If you want a good lawn mow- er, we caa supply you, low or Mgh wheel. 14 to 20 inches. Prices to Grass Boxes, 14 and 16 inch, at Rubber ply o.otnDlete, couplings and nozzle, 50 ft. 1-2 inch and S-4 inch and Now You Should Buy a New Perfection Oil Stove And have a full season's use of one of the finest cooking and baking stoves ever made. 2 burners ea. 3 burners ea. A Car Load of Vineland Fruits and We guarantee these goods absolutely the finest canned in Canada, are very reasonable for such QUALITY GOODS. Vegetables Just Unloaded. All put up in Sanitary Tins. Prices 2 LB. TINS FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP per tlu .25c per tin 2 tins for ...................45o tins for ..................45c tins for GREEN GAGE per tin.......20c LOMBARD per tin ..........'.I5c VEGETABLES ib. tins, price, S tins for.....50c STRINGLES3 Ib. tins. 2 tins for ..25c .GALLON PIE FRUIT PEELED tin ..............80c PEULED tin .65c tin .................80c tin ..................SOc tin .........................45c Ask for special quotations in case lots. 3 LB. TINS PIE FRUITS tins for 35C tin tin 20c MAIN STO RE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERtN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 DROP And we -Kin demonstrate to you the latest invention in japor stoves. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. ---r- P. O. Box 670 Wo Take a short cut youth and energy by using WINE tonic -and bio o It .gives you "-snap and vim, puts life and spring into your mus- cles, makes you fit and ready For sale at Store AND DISTRICT F. G-. Garbutt came down.from Cal gary last evening to look over his! branch Business College here. i G. L. Pearce, of the Bank of Mont-J "real staff, returned Sunday night j from a week's vacation spent with i friends in Enderby, B. C. j G. C. Pinhorn is building a private! hospital in the Duff Addition. Thisj morning he took out the permit for! the 'building which is valued at A telegram this morning conveyed! the sad news of the death of Mr. Cun- ningham's mother at Montreal. Mr.! Cunningham expects to leave for the! east tonight to attend the funeral. K. E. MeArttuir leaves in a couple of j {days for Raymond, where he will in-! jvestigate some public works improve-! {meats contemplated -by that town.j They intend to extend their water-j I works system this summer. J j Major Stewart expects to receive to-! {day; transportation for Sergt. Fred' jKose who will represent the 25th bat- jtery at the coronation. Sergt. Rose' leave in a couple of days for! Kingston, where he will go into train-i 'ing for a couple of weeks, and fromj there to Quebec for a further training course. He will sail with the rernain- jder of the contingent from Quebec about June 2. The case of seduction preferred by' j the father of a 14-year-old girl against; i a commercial traveller of this city! came up for its preliminary hearin Magistrate Ba-li yesterday a- ternoon at 3.30. The hearing was held j in'- camera and the evidence of the! {girl and Dr. Galbraith was taken. T'he! charge has -been changed so- that iti j now .reads as though it were a casej [of indecent assault. It is alleged that; jtae accused man made two attempts j j to assault the girl, one in the latter I jpart of April and again early in May.! L. M Johnstone appears for the ac- j cused and J. R. Palmer for the prose-' cution. The hearing was i {till Wednesday afternoon to allow the! j stenographer to transcribe the evi-j jdence that has already been taken. j Ought to Get Montana's Aid (Continued from front J, D. KiofoWani S Co, Family and Dispensing' Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night BeH on Front Door No. BUSINESS LOCALS Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and .bag-' was talking to the bandmaster of our city band not long before I left and .he was wondering if it.xvould be pos-j sible to make arrangements with the i exhibition'authorities here to attend! the Lethbridge fair in August. Itj would be a good idea if it could be arranged, and there was some talk about putting off the business men's j trip till then and ail coming in a j tody. I have seen quite a fevr of! -your business! men since I came up last night and I am talking the mat- ter over with them so that I can tell the Great Falls people what the Leth study at the home of Rev. C. Grant, gage delivery. Office 327 Round St.: -bridge people think of it when I go 1318 Fifteenth Object of j 210-0 [home. I-think myself that it would 'the meeting: The .organization of a j the tethbridge Brewing Co'.1 si be an excellent idea, because I hear Luther League. Especially the young i stout in pints and quarts. 127-0 i you-are -going to have a good fair the Great n 11 ti j {j j.uuicj- uic VUUH.H i fttout in pints ana quarts. you-are going to nave a uDi LlfOilEB but also others interested, are i .A big double header at the Eureka here this" year. I know Cheap Price. Best Quality (423 THREE invited to attend. Bible study at The Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. seven men at Fernie installing this week, and the price is the same.Falls men will be pleased with Leth- the phone that will! bridge and will do everything they can have bring Pony Express Dray to your j for this the i door at shortest notice, remove j Quick delivery to any place in the city. Call us up and tell us you "want. Satisfaction guaranteed. OFFICE: ACADiA AT WESTMINSTER RD. C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. I heating and plumbing in Trite's residence. This firm installing the heating and plumbing i in the new C.P.R. station at the Hat and in the Commercial Hotel, Maple i Creek and other out ot town build- I ings. j Several of the delegates to the meeting of the Associated Boards of A. B. i that trunk or anything else you like are also to name. Al. guarantees every number of the program again this week at the Eu- reka. One of the best ever presented. Mrs. Van Haarlem has moved her private hospital from 610 Coutts St. to 701 Courtland St. 129-6 A whole lot said In a few words. "DOX'T .MISS THE EUREKA Kg Tory -Meeting Declared For Pact Trade of Southern Alberta, are al- ready in tne ciiy for the meeting to- j THIS Xuff Sed. and the remainder, are Dinna rr.eeting will be Supplies Structural Steel. Plate Glass Stonewoocl Floorings. Store 'Front Systems Mosiac Tile. etl this afternoon on the local trains. I held in the Caledonian Hall 'fsesdav Prismatic Glass. Brick of All Kinds. Metal Lath. The delegates already Taiier. buj at. least peeled. V.'alier Turner, of Lethbridge, has purchased the poolroom, bowling ai- levs. barber shon and tobacco stand here are f mm [evening ai. 8.30 Barons and i forming a Cian 35 more are ex-1 incn invited. (Continued from Front Can You Afford Clothing Poorer than your money will buy? YOU SPEND ?30. for a new suit, can you af- ford to get willing 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 fair mouey's worth. There is a part of your coat which you'never see. There are materials. Inside your coat which you never see. on the quality of those materials and the charac- ter of the workmanship put into the unseen- parts of your clothing de- pends In very large measure its ac- 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 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 Three-Plecc Business Suits Light Weight Overcoats CORRECT SPRING HATS In I he oen Just one word on LUMBER And that word is "Riverside.'' We_see that we get the best that the milts v You see that you get Riverside IV j f i Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 South of Ellison -Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta LOST! A LADY'S THIRST Anyone finding same please return Eutty Metal Wall Pings. Beaver Board. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd P. 0. Box 581 as as the building on the proper- j Becker have just received ty owned by Fred Hawkins on Second ;n car of Brand Plaster Paris I avenue. The transfer'was SMarte during; j and Kelly Island Lime. Phone 1384. I the week arid Mr. Turner takes i------------------------------------------------' at once. Fourteen thousand; L. .1. Rifdseye and Ed. Farley, dollars uas the price paid for the en- j lawyers from Spokane, Wash., are in Ijtire business and j town today attending the Cassovello Xews. case at the Supreme Court, Equally emphatic was the mass meeting at Norwich, where with only one dissenting vote a resolution was adopted trusting "that the Opposi- tion will remerrcber its responsibility in the matter and not oppose the will for the purpose of i of Canadian neople." Society. All Scotch-j Conservatives renewed obstruction 13.0-2 j in the House today by flogging the A Raiiifi's Auction sale of a Ford t dead census of Prince Albert -polls of automobile will take place at. 2 p.m. j 1005 for several hours. The Minister on Wednesday the 17th, at 721 6th j of Agriculture is, however, proceed- with ali proper despatch with the to; your .grocer the phone 1027. ?V A GILMORE 1602 Second Avenue A, North preparation for taking a census upon j which the redistribution biH will be i i based. The government propose to get- this measure so well advanced that, an attempt to trick the West out; of additional representation to which it is entitled will not be suc- cessful. Strawberries and Raspberries, in sanitary tins, .each 20o Pineapples, each.'...................- 30c aud 50o California Peas, per 17 l-2c California Beans, per Pineapple, 11-2 Ib. tins, 20c Fresh made Brookfield Butter, 2 Ibs. for Toe Other makes, per 35c H. A. McKILLOP CO. CROCKERY AND GROCERY. PHONES 1t13 4. 418 ;