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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FKEE BUS TO ALVTRAtNS Hotel Windsor Bert a Day Hotel In Alberta iJut .JL _T_ _ V If I WHEN IN LETHBRIDQt The Dallas Hotel the Best and Most 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'gardening, for lawns and house itse. This big hard- ware store is ready to fill your smallest or largest order to your complete satisfaction. Phone orders receive our best attention. Specials for Saturday CALIFORNIA bskt. .25c CALIFORNIA Ib..........45c FLORIDA ........25c 40c WASHINGTON for .......25c WASHINGTON for ....35c WASHINGTON Ibs. for ......25c HOT HOUSE -Per Ib...........30c Delicataseen Specialties PREMIUM BOILED per Ib. ...40c VEAL. per Ib..................40c ROAST per-Ib...............40c KNEEHIU. CREAMERY ship- Screen Doors A-better selection than ever. A variety of 3 different styles ajid all well made and well finished. Prices are to Hinges, pull and hook set 25c Screen Windows .25c to 5Cc Wire Screen, all widths from IS to 40 inches. Price per yard ...........1Se to 40c You Need a Refrigerator And to have a full season's use of it you should buy now while our stock is complete. Galvanized Steel Lined, at to .White Enamel Lined, at to S25.00 Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tools If you want a good lawn mow- er, we can supply you. low -or high wheel. 14 to "0 inches. Prices to Grass Boxes. 14 and 16 inch. Rubber Hose. 3.ply complete; with couplings and nozzle, 50 ft. 1-2 inch and 3-4 inch and Now You Should Buy a New Perfection Stove And have a full season's use of one of the finest cooking ana baking stoves over made. 2 burners ea. 3 burners ea. mem. Price per Ib.......................35C NEW LAID per dos........... 30c GOOD'S ni-LK'lOUS ICE your Sunday Dinner pack- ed in bricks ;iml Delivered to your house Late Saturday Night. THE GOOD COMPANY M A f N STORE ROUND ST. 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DL'FFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE 62? Porcelain Lined to DROP we demonstrate to you the latest invention in vspor stoves. 1C U1 I riickrbenl Hardware Co, 752 P. Q. Sox 67B We Give Spetfal Attention to Mall Orders Flags You Trill want to decorate for the many Holidays that arc coming Our stock is- very large. Prices range from 15c a dozen up. THE WEATHER Edmonton, .cloudy Calgary, Lethbridge, cloudy i Saskatoon, cloudy i Winnipeg, doudy Port Arthur, f-iir j Kan.'Iopps, clou'dy I Nelson............." 53' 40 .40 Ram has falk-n very generally in Manitoba, a few showers in Northern Alberta, but pracric-ally none in Sas- katchewan weather has been mod- erately warm. FORECAST: 'All Fresh nvrthwest winds, cooler, with some showers, but partly fair Saturday, j and comparatively' cooi. j CITT A3T> DISTRICT NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1265. .AGENTS FOR AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS May Bathing There is probably nothing more delightful than an invigorating early morning' bath, provided you have the right bathing: requisites; and here they are Tor you, the best of bathjng soaps, toilet waters, sponges, bathing brushes and wash rags. Stimulate yo.ur circula- tionT eliminate the wasce matter by opeuing up the pores of the skin ALBERTA CO. PRESCRIPTION A. B. R1PLEY, 'MANAGER. PHONE 772 Health Salts One or two teaspoonfuls in a giftss of water each morning, purifies the blood and the liver. A good medicine to take at any time. 23e a JACKSON COPE J SHERLOCK BLOCK. DRUGGISTS Successors JOHNSTON JACKSON. PHONE 1232. Building Season is on. It's time to consider your material purchases. LUMBEK AND BUILDING MATEKIALS of all kinds. We deliver in the city, cheap price. Quality the best WesJty Methodist Church, Calgary, i will erect, a 530.000 church. The Bunk of Commerce has opened i a branch at Golden, 8. C. j Tiie Bank of Hamilton branch at! Bfackie, has been closed. j Lew MiakJer, of Calgary, a son-in-j of A. H. McKeown, the hard-{ Jlware merchant, is in town today. >j T. Humphries, of Calgary, Assist-! an: Post Office Inspector, is among I j the visitors GO the city today. I J. W. Drollinger has been appoint- i eri inspector for the Ciareshoim district. 1 H. F. Weber, of Michel, is presi- dent of the new brewery u; be estab- lished at. Blairaore. Jas. Thomson wil! represent the Medicine Hat Typographical Union i at the International Convention at San Francisco. j j -Ivemcnrber, tomorrow is the big i Special Benefit Matinee in aid of the Ladles' Relief Society at the Eureka. Everybody come. The first tennis game of the season on the new Y.M.C.A: courts will be plaved this evening by Mr. Francis j and Mr. Beaton. I Help along the good work of the Ladies' Relief Society by attending I the Special Benefit at the I Eureka tomorrow afternoon. Pro- i ceeds go to the Society. j Dr Sanders has opened a dental of- ficc in the McLeay.Block on lledpath St. He is an experienced man, hav- ing been in active practice for eigh- teen years in Ontario. Cfolding has purchased the Grand Union Hotel property at Cal- ijgary from M. C. thibault.'it: is un- Ijderstcori that the'price paid was in I the neibhborhood. of ;j W. McGlen. of Wilson, was in town j today and reports that crop- pros- pccts were of. the best also that the j ram had visited his district. The ClareshoJrh Board of Trade is I arranging to tender Hon. Mr. Mar- j shall a luncheon when he comes there in connection with the demonstration farm. Crornbie, who owns two sections of iand at Wilsons Siding, returned TRAVELLERS' SAMPLES BOUGHT CHEAP Cups and Saucers Bou Eons, Plates, Hair Receivers, Piu Boxes, Powder Boxes, CakePlates. Odd Cream -Jugs, Odd. Sugar .Bowls Great Value, 35c Eacb. J MAKE, YOUR FEET GLAD JBYUSITSTG' NyaVs Casern There is. a of com- iort in a package of -this preparatttm.1..'' The powder 'absorbs mois- ture and corrects perspira- tion. The comfort- is worth For sale at TJte Store Family and Dispenaing Chemists Night and Dav ToJonhone 322 Mght Bell on Front Door No. BUSINESS LOCALS THREE (323 in or Call Us Ropers Gonglngbam LomliEr Co., limited OFRCE: ACADiA BL AT WESTMINSTER RD C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS. He this morning from Minneapolis. J.M.-J is highly pleased with conditions'" here. Call 666, the Let-abridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office: 327 Round St. 21 j weakened. the phone will bring Pony Express Dray to your door at shortest notice, to remove trunk or anything else like to name. CIT1? AND JDISTBICT In addition to the theatre to be built by R. Hull at Medicine Hat. W. H. Dot.y will build one to seat 600 people, and W. H. Finlay and V. Ready another to accommodate 500. E- '1. R. Walton has resigned the position of sub-collector of Cus- toms at Medicine Mat, which he has hei.'i for so many and has been i succeeded in office by his assistant, I j Chester Frascr. j F, A. Maxwell, of this city, who is I I now associated with 0. T. Lathrop i Jin the real estate business, returned! {this morning from Minneapolis and i reports the crop conditions the best, i also the outlook for Alberta business! jail that could be ask-d for. i j Mayor 0. Woolley. of Magrath. has entered his appeal in the case in which he is charged with selling real estate without a license, the case. i to be tried ar the next sitting of the District Court at Magrath on Sept 13. j -J. X. Kuhn. manager of the Cjr.i- jzeit's Lumber Co., at Grassy Lake. i is in town today. He told the Hw- aid reporter that the rain had vjsjtr ed his town and that the prospects, for a bumper crop were of the He also said that the winter wheat' was looking the best that he had ever i j seen. j Clareshoim Review The writer a letter from Mr. Camies; this week.1 He has completed the erection of his new iiome in England and 'nas named it "Claresholm." His address; is- Claiesholrn, Littleton, near Win- chester, England. The family are all. iwell. Charlie is attending the naval school. Mr. Cam ies askfd to be re- membered to all old time friends. Th? death occurred .very suddenly j j of'John Moss, of Bowville, at Kal-! I ispel. Montana, a few nays ago. De-1 ceased had been well until 10 days ago I I-when an operation was deemed neces- i sary, death occurring the next ciav. He had lived at Bowvilje the Ir-st five j years, anri R. C. Moss, of Iron Springs, is a brother. Mis home is i near Ottawa, where his family still! i reside. He was unmarried and in his j 50th.-rear. His were sent to friends at Gracevillc, Minn., for bur- ial. Medicine Hat News J. Bird, the unfortunate homesteader who was found wandering aimlessly about the streets here a couple of weeks ago and n-as sent to Lcthbridge for ob- servation, was brought here last night, in s straight-jacket. Soon af- ter his arrival in Lethbridge Bird be- came violently insane, and1 was or- dered com mi tied to Brandon. He was taken east on a late train last night. Bird took up a homestead south of Seven Persons a couple of years ago. Last year he was stricken with tv- phoid fevrr and when he recovered ifrom the dread disease his mind was The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. The Balance of our ks Spring Suits Extraordinary value at and to be cleared at and nri 1 hese amounts considered a bar- gain at the. former price--to be sacrificed We have just a few )eft, navy, black, brown, Vene- tian cloth, also fancy weaves White Lawn Waists, lace and em- broidery trimmed Just one word onL UMBER i i RIVERSIDE '.And word is "Riverside" get the best that the mills produce You_see that you get Riverside Riverside Lumber Co. WiF Jft Phone 454 South of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta .LOST! A LADY'S THIRST Anyone finding same please return to ROCHON BROS. SPRINGS NOTES C, Moss received a telegram in- 103 0- hlm the death of his bro- v TT i. ither John Moss, on Mav n at the hos- Mrs. Van Haarlem, has ra.ojed her at the hos after a He had spent the f Builders' Supplies Structural Steel. Plate Glass. Stonewood Floorings. Prismatic Glass. Store Front Systems. Brick of All Kinds. Mosiac Tile. Metal Lath. Butty Metal Wall Plugs. Beaver Board. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. D. K. Rolen, of Sundial, purchased j Private hospital from 610 serious operation. la fine tract of 'and from 0. T. jto Courtland St. Lathrop, in 11-21, this morning, tak- change tonight at the Eu- 5j ing immediate possession and starting! improvements.. Information was laid this morning! CITY AKD DISTRICT against ;v citiwn of the Duff addition Jifor discharging firearms within the city limits. He come up for j hearing tomorrow rr.onung, B-forc leaving Medicine for Express and will run from Winnipeg.1 at the school house. There was a bap- Mcosc Jaw. H. M. Stewart.-manager [to Edmonton, over the line of. 'the itismal ir) connection with 01 the BanK of Commerce, was pre- sented TV-ith A gold watch and chain, and Mrs. Stewart with a silver candelabra by their friends. R. K. S. Harrington, of London, F.ng has boen in the city for the last couple of days in connection with the Cnnaria Agencies, Ltd The Past year here with his brother. Ft. C. -Moss, and had gone over to Kalispell two weeks ago, to begin duty on his homestead there. He also lived in several years, where he had many friends. Mr. R. C. Moss went over to Kalispell to make arrange- ments about the funeral. The Rev. Mr. LyUe, of Lett conducted QUAKER BREAD A SMILE WITH EVERY BITE! your family happy by phon- ing 1027 and giving tlie'..Qnakcr Bread .man your adctress. THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Beginning on June 4, the prairie country will have a brand new train. It will be known as the Great Vv'est Canadian Pacific through Saskatoon. save a very earnest talk The. Sons of England will hold their "9onscience-" regular annual parade on Sunday af- After the rain- the 'armers are look- tcrnoon from the .Oddfellow's Hall. 'e .Sunny Jim' with This is the dav set apart bv {he or- T-lie an over Canada and South -Af- ,u i T I e Bowers are bJossomirier for their annual church service, [now, and some of them are verv i being {he first Sr.ndav before the It v. P. O. BOX 370 324 SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 581 i JLI f 111CA Vllt firm, 01 wnicn he is one of the direc-! of May. At 2.30 the parade 1 tors, handles the business of several j-wiil leave the hair and proceed ADDIT Canadian companies in England. Fifth street and Third avenue to WELCOME ARBITRATION TREATY! among them the .South Alberta Land j Austin's church, where 'War Imperial Co. Mr. Barrinstpn is taking a trip addressed bv the Rev J F Hlurrell- 'I' 1 ,has .adopted Canada looking over financial Wright. Haff of the offering will he conditions, and says the country as a given to the Flower move- whole ,s very prosperous. ,nicnt WM startgd a re-. Note The Following Lines For The Home: REFRIGERATORS ICECREAM FREEZERS, COAL. OIL STOVES, ...GASOLINE STOVES SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS, LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN TOOLS, HOSE Showing a Range in Each of Thete to Satisfy Any Demand. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. AND 4TH AVE., LETHBRIOSE. ;