Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO" ALL TRAINS 5 Hotel Windsor y Bert a Day Hotel In Alberta WHEN IN LETHBKIDQt Tiie Dallas .Hotel the Best and Mast Conven- lent Place to Stay. Jj, Spring Hardware for Every Purpose AH Lines Complete This busy season demands many items of hardware for use in the -home. Tor for lawns and house use. This big hard- ware store is ready to fili your smallest or order to your couplets satisfaction. Phone orders receive our best utteiiciou. Screen Doors A. better selection than ever. A--variety of 5 different styles and all well made and well finished. Prices are to Hinges, pull and hook set 25c Screen .Windows .25c to 50c Wire Screen, all widths from IS to 40 inches. Price per yard ...........I8c to 40c You Need a Refrigerator And to have a full season's of it you should buy now while our stock is complete. Galvanized Steel Lined, at to SI2.50 White Enamel Lined." at to Porcelain Lined to Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tools If you want a good lawn mow- er, we can supply you. low or high wheel. 14 to 20 inches. Prices tc Grass Boxes, 14 and 16 inch, at Rubber Hose. 3 ply complete, with couplings and nozzle, 50 ft. 1-2 inch and 3-4 inch ___S6.50 and 57.50 Now You Should Buy a New Perfection Oil Stove And have a full season's use of one of the finest cooking and baking stoves ever made. 2 burners' ea. 3 burners ea. Put tu> in fa new boxes, in layers with tlio branch they jrrw.v on They arc very from tlu- ordinary Fan; and HuHuwee Dates. For something1 extra, try a box of these, at per box 20c KXEEHJU, CREAMEliY BUTTER The biittor tlu't is freshly, made and has the flavor. A i'lvyh just arrived. Price per 'FKESII FL01UDA PINEAPPLES The first or' the season and they arc exception- ally fine stock. Small size, price each .....................35c Large size, price each ......................500 GOLD'X WAX STRING BEANS A rare treat for this time of, the year. Out- first shipment in today. Price per lb......25c We also have fresh shipments of SPINACH. RHUBARB. TOMATOES, CUCUMBERS, LET- TUCE, ETC. THE GOOD COMPANY The Bentley CoV Ltd. J The Balance of our Ladies' Spring Suits M A IN STORE HIGH CLASS GROCERS ROUND ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY PHONE 525 WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 THE WEATHER f; DROP we demonstrate to you the latest invention in vapor stoves. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 752 P. O. Box 570 We Give 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. Sold only at NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION SANK. PHONE 1265. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The First Aid in Illness One of the very first things your doctor wiJI pro- bably ask you when he comes in the house is, ''Have you a hot water bottle? Be prepared. Have a good bottle by buying one of those guaranteed kind that we sell. They are always useful, you know, and they wear a mighty long time ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Writing Paper and Writing Pads YyE OFFER the best values in these quality of the paper is the finest makes letter writing a pleasure when you use the quality of paper we sell. NOTE boxes to WRITING or ruled.......10c to 50c LINEN NOTE 1 lb. packages ......35C Our COALDALE LINEN PAD Is the paper thai will please Edmonton, fair 52 -14 Calvary, clear 56 52 Lethbridge. fair 58 -10 i Winnipeg, cloudy So 50 Port Anhtii-, 52 38 j Kaniloops. fair 42 Nelson, dear 5t> 42 A showers of rain have occur- red, chiefly in northern sections, but I the weather has been t'or the most j part fair. It has been very warm in i Manitoba and pans of Saskatchewan [and comparatively cool in Alberta. Temperatures of 90 degrees are re-1 corded at a few points in Manitoba, j FORECAST: All lo-i cal showers or thunderstorms. but partly fair and warm today and on i Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT Counsel will submit written urgu-j ments to Justice Scott in the rase of j Cassavelld versus Cassavello. j The Sons of England appointed a committee to report on the best way j of celebrating Coronation Day. i Westminster Football Club will I >i have a practice tomorrow evening at! i 7 o'clock. 51 H. P. Gilchrist, of High River, is i i I among those who have passed the !in- i I a! examinations at I school at Toronto. -U-Relca. A special benefit mat-! Saturday afternoon in aid of the ies Relief Society. Everybody j I come. A. W. Chambers, accountant -if the Bank of Commerce, returned last night from Innisfail, where he has been for several weeks in the of'acting-manager of the bank there. Frank A. Maxwell and H. L. LM- gerson of the land firm of Maxwell i and ITelgersop.. are expected to re- s'turn from Minneapolis tomorrow morning. Robert Cooper, a resident of Cal- j.gary for 20 years, is dead. He was j the father of Sydney Cooper, Stave- ly -John T. Cooper, Kantoa, ami jRobt Cooner, Pincher Creek. Rev. Allan J. M.cColl, of Arrow- TRAVELLERS' SAMPLES BOUGHT CHEAP Cups and Saucers Boa Bons, Plates, Hair Receivers, Pin Boxes, Powder Boxes, Cake Plates, Odd Cream-Jugs, Odd Sugar Bowls Great: Talue, 35c Each. AND DISTRICT i 51 inee Ladk -an enem of the HAIR -TONIG YOU. JACKSON COPE SHERLOCK BLOCK. PRtSCRIPTJON DRUGGISTS Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON. PHONE 1232. tj i head, B. C., lias been appointed to the Bow-Island Presbyterian Mis- sion. This -includes Bow Island, Win- nii'red and Linriquist. The Annual -Church, Parade of the S. 0- E. will take place on Sunday, May 21st, to St. Augustin's Church. Members trill meet at Lodge Roon> at 2.30 sharp. Mrs. T. S. Fetteriy and Mrs. W. P -I. Alexander are in Calgary at-. tesdiiis; the Convention" of the. Wo- men's Missionary Auxiliary of the j 5j Methodist Church; j Detective Egan and A. Southard! J j are expected to return from Mime-i ;It hair and gives, a "natural" sS'Mness Price 50c and Si For sale at The Store J, 0, S Co.ltj Family and -Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322. Night Bell on Front Door .No. BUSINESS LOCALS A Herald reporter was shown a sample of winter wheat this morning, pn the farm of Thomas I'r.rrh- ing. section 33, township -ange west of 4th meridian. It inches in length, and stool bad twenty-three stalks. R. B. (hadwick, of Edmonton, su- perintendent of Neglected Chil- dren, is in the city and will hold juvenile court at the police station this afternoon. There are several cas- es of chronic small boy offenders that; will be brought to his notice. Alice Mary Estella Delaey, twenty-; five years of age, and daughter of j I Richard Delaey, of Coutts, Alberta, i died in this city yesterday afternoon, May 17th. The funeral took place this i morning from Fetterly'S Undertaking parlors to St. Patrick's church, and j then to the Roman Catholic cenic-i tery. In travelling between Lethbridge and Taber, a very good road will be! j- found by following the south side of the railroad between Coaldale and Chin. Some grade work having re- jcentiy been done, the Irrigation ditch.; and Chin Coulee bridges put this j piece of road in good condition for heavy loads or autos. At the Lethbridge amongst those registered are W. MacFarland, jjFirichcr Creek; R. Jones, Macleod I W. Crcery, Coutts R. K. jWardner, and J. H. Botart, Waldo. j Arthur Pcrrey, Cardston R. I .i Johnston, Matt Great Falls W. B. Smith, Magrath; j Dr. Steele and wife, Warner J. 'Benedict, Milk River Dave Marquard 1 Stirling, are amongst those reg-l Mistered at the Alexandra. The public of Lethbridge are to have a treat on 24th of May, as the I Over-Seas Club have been able to persuade our well known western r.-r- ator, Mr. R. .B. Bennett, X to speak on a subject in which we are all interested, at their first annual Empire day celebration. In addition to this attraction the club is promised an address from our local member of parliament, W. A. Buchanan, M. P. P. The best available talent will provide the mu-j sic, full particulars "of which will be j seen in our advertising columns. Mr. j Richard Hincks, Mr. Asquith and oth- j crs will put on an entirely new play j entitled "Judge by Appearances." To! cope with the expected crowd this en- tcrprising club has rented.the curling rir.ic on 4th Ave., S., for this purpose and the committee hope that the pub-! lie will show their appreciation of J their efforts in putting on such a good-j programme by attending in large num hers. Extraordinary value at 13, 16.50 and to Be cleared at and These amounts considered a bar- gain at the former be sacrificed We have just a few left, navy, black, brown, Vene- tian cloth, also fancy weaves White Lawn Waists, lace and em- broidery trimmed Jusf one word on LUMBER And that word is "Riverside" We_see. that we get the best that the mills produce you get Riverside Lumber Co, Phone454 U South of Ellison Largest stock ofLuniber in Southern Atberta Building Season is on. It's time to consider your material purchases. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS of all kinds. We deliver in the city. Cheap price. Quality the best. (423 THKEE (323 (523 in or Call Us Rogers Conoiogliam lomlier Co., limited OFFICE: ACADiA Bl AT WESTMINSTER RD C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. I Cal1 666> the Lethbridge Messenger i apolis tomorrow morning with Mabel Service for (Juick message and bag- who will stand trial'for j delivery. Office 327 Round St. i 210-0 LISTEN; The vaudeville changes tonight at the Eureka. Hurry, hurry. the phone thaV will bring Pony Express. Dray to your door at shortest notice, to. remove that" trunk or anything else you like to name. 103-0 AH comedy tonight at the Eureka, 'world laughs with you. Mrs. Van Haarlem has moved her private hospital from 610 Coutts St. to 701 Courllanrl St. 129-fi See those jugglingiparrots "at the Eureka. A scream. Never better. LOST! i A LADY'S THIRST Anyone finding same please return te ROCHON BROS. Strnctural Steel. Plate Glass. Stonewood Floorings. Prismatic Glass. Store Front Systems. Brick of All Kinds. Mosiac Tile. Metal Lath. Rutty Metal Wall Plugs. Beaver Board. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. O. BOX 370 324 SIXTH ST. S. i theft here. Owing to business being so orisk. j and so many orders on'hand, the EI- lison Milling and Elevator Co. ,urn- ed down an order yesterday r '100 tons of flour to be shipped to 1 Toug Kong, China. Stop! Look! Listen! Don't you. fail to attend the Special Benefit Matinee, at the Saturday .afternoon Lallgh and der the auspices of the Ladies' Re- lief Society. All proceeds go to the Society. Police Magistrate'Bali this morning; received the following wire from G, Tyler. Ossn. Mich.: "Son John reported sick, telegraph particulars." iAs Mr. Hal! does not know this party he would be grateful to anyone who has any information about him. Amone; the guests registered.at the "Dallas Hotel are J. F. Hamilton, Burnett C. Baldcrson. Magrath J. II. Fbjnnery. Great Falls John Shearer, Kipp A. Cardston; E. J. Welsh, Milk River, and T. A. Sundal. Taber. The case against the travelling man for committing a statutory jfTence on a fourteen-year-old girl, was toh- ciudrd as far as the preliminary ing .goes yesterday afternoon, and as a result he was committed :'or tiia! at the next sittings of the Supre.-ise Court. i PAINTER HAD A BAD FALL Matt Dunn, Sheriff Collins ,irf w. j A. Taylor, of Great Falls, Mont... ;who have been in the. for, several j days, 'returned home this j Sorgt. Fred Rose, of the 25th lUd- tery, C.K.A.. leaves' this afternoon for Kingston.'where-he will go ii.to I raining with'the remainder of" 'he artillery 'contingent representing lan- ada at the Coronation. The secretary of the Y.M.C.A. re- Ports that the building subscriptions are coming in, in response to a re- quest, recently n.sde by the treasurer of.thf- Association? It will neces- sary to secure Vgood irrany more in order to discharge'their obligationsj the contractors. Shortly after beginning 'iis work this morning on the brewery build- ing, William Stitt, a married man cf this city, fell a distance of about 30 feet, and sustained serious injuries. His right leg was broken in MI and some of. the bones J-i the reeS of the left foot were, also Mr. Stitt was working at his trade as painter and was standing on one of the second storey window sills. In some manner bis hand slipped off; the sash to "which he was holding for and he fell backwards'to the J ground. That his injuries were .not of I a more serious nature is as he fell' from a very bad position and had no way TO save himself. Mr. Stitt was in rhe employ of Contrac- tor Judson at the time of his acci- dent. QUAKER BREAD You will remember the quality when you have forgotten the price Plionel027 THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH TORONTO'S OLDEST CITIZEN tv cl-.ed early this morning. .Mrs. Judab claimed Sept. 12th. 1S10, as her first! Dirthday. 'She came to Canada from' nearly 80 years ago. Tn- grandsons. Arthur and Harry, are liv ing in Alberta. Note The Following Lines REFRIGERATORS ICECREAM FREEZERS, COAL OIL STOVES, ...GASOLINE STOVES SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS, LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN TOOLS, HOSE Showing a in Each of These to Satisfy Any Demand. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVE., LETHBRIDGE.