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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 4- 4- -fr BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In Alberta -1- -f -J- 4- 4- Hr 4- WHEN IN LETHBRIDOf. Tile Dallas Hotel I> the Best and Most -J. lent Place to Stiy Mat? and keep the mad from tracking into the Louse. By so doin.u' you will save your carpets, your furniture and wood- work. We "offer a fine selection of Cocoa Door Mats, at prices within the re a c k o f e v e ry Special No. 1 75c each Special Xo. 2 -SI.00 enrh Special-Xp. 3 each Special Xo. 4 Si.50 eacli Skeleton 2 each Skeleton 3 61.50 each 4 -S2.00 each Fancy............... 83.00 each Heavy Mat. with scraper 82.00 each Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Pttont 712 P. O. Box 670 We Special Attention to Mall You will want to decorate for the many Holidays that are coming. Our stock is very large, from loc a dozen up. Prices range NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1265. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS A Perfect Face Your face in-dicates your care as to yo.ur personal condition. You don't have to suffer from rough skin, wind chapped or water chauped. hands, besides you will look well. For a delightful massage for use after shaving and for all toi- let purposes, there is nothing better or that will promote a good, healthy clear skin Quicker than cold cream. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. S. RIPLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 772 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 1232. A Satisfied Customer Means a Lot LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS of all descriptions. We deliver and do it quick. (423 THREE TELEPHONES- Call us un or call in any of our places when passing. Roijsrs OFFICE: ACADiA YARDS AT WESTMINSTER RD. C. P. R. YARDS AT C.P.R, FREiGHT SHEDS. Co., limited Build Structural Steel. Stonewood Floorings. Plate Olass. Prismatic Glass. Store Front Systems. Brick of All Kinds. Mosiac Tile. Metal Lath. Metal Wall Plus. Beaver Board. P. 0. BOX 570 324 SiXTH ST. S. PHONE SSI When buying canned o'oods you nnVlir as well have the best when they vlo not cost any more than other kinds. Viiielnnd ('aimed Goods have heen proven to be ilio best put up in Can- ada. Kverv tiu a Sanitary Tin. Ib. tins, solid pack; price 3 tins Cor .......................................SOc STRINGLESS or golden wax; price 2 tins for heavy syrup, 2 Ib. tins. Price per tiu .......................................25c heavy syrup. 2 !b. tins. Price, 2 tins for......................................45c heavy syrup, 2 Ib. tins. Price per tin ...................................20c heavy syrup. 2 Ib. tins. Price, per tin .............................20c GREEN GAGE heavy syrup. 2 Ib. tins. Price per tin .......................20c LOMBARD heavy syrup, 2 Ib. tins. Price per tin ............................15c PIE FRUITS -Gallon tins, sliced solid pack; price .45c APPLES per tin Ib. tins, solid pack, sliced, price per .......................................15c tins, peeled, price per tin 75c Ib. tins, peeled, price per tin tins, peeled, price per tin tins, price per tin tins, price per tin .20c .65c ?5c .80c The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUiT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 THE AVEATHER Edmonton. cloudy Lclhhriikc. 50 50 -1 Health Salts One or two teaspoonfuls in a glass of [water each morning, purifies the blood and stimulates the liver. A good medicine to take at any time. 25c a Calgary, cloudy 33 Winnipeg, rainini: 50 12 .1-1 Port Arthur, fair 5-1 4-1 Kamloons, clear 50 jl Nelson, fair 50 -12 Showers of rain have occurred in each of the prairie provinces. They have, however, been lighter and more scattered in Manitoba than further! west. T'm- weather has been cool, i more especially in Saskatchewan and Alberta, j FORECAST Manitoba Strong, northwesterly winds, with rain. Saskatchewan Northerly winds, coo! showery. fair, with a little srher ten'Deratiirc. CITV AND DISTRICT W. G. Fowler. representing the i Winnipeg Rubber Co.. is in the city; on one of his annual visits. j The auction sale of W. H. Lust, Chin, will be conducted on May 30, and not on the 29, as thei small bills read. The census enumerators of the dis-- trie-is in the vicinity of Lethbririge, are in the city today receiving in- structions from the commissioner. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Aiworth leave tomorrow on a two months' visit to their old home in TCngiand. They will attend the coronation. A inw.ber of farmers are in town today trying to buy flax, but the iocnl mills have run out of it ana will be unable to supply them until next week. IMaclcod _U. F. A. held a meeting! yesterday to discuss questions that j will be submitted to R. L. Borcien j when he visits that town next' month. 0. T. Lathrop went to Grassy Lake this morning to loot over the interests of the 0. W. Kerr Co. there, and is expected back on Sat-1 urday. R. L. Borden, accompanied by Dr. Roche, M.P., and Arthur Meighen, M. P., will be in Lethbridge on their tour of the West on June 2'1 th, and will address a mass meeting in the Curling Rink at S--.o'clock. C. E. the new fnanager oi the local branch of the Bank of Toronto, has reached here from Wa- terloo, Our with his wife and child. T. W. McEachem ami family expect to leave for the cast in a few days. A." Hayr took out a permit this morning for repairs to the extent of on his newly acquired residence on Seventh Ave., S. Thos. Kennedy also applied for a permit to build a residence on Twelfth St., N. Turfier and Walker, the contractors for the concrete wohrk on the Coutts street overhead bridge, began work this morning. The steel for the atruc ture is being assembled in Winnipeg, and will be rushed here so that the steel work may be begun as soon as the concrete contract is finished. Robert Long, cashier of the here, leaves next month for his old home in Belfast, Ireland, accompan- ied by his wife and child. Mr. Long has been with the C.P.R. office's here for nearly five snd is taking a weli-earned three months' rcst.. i II A. Cuthbertson. who was for- I mcrly connected with the staff of the Union Rank here, left this j for his home in Tompkins. Sask.. SAMPLES BOIGHT CHEAP They are all in the window. "Some" values C1T1' AND DISTRICT 3Sc Including Dainty Cups and Saucers Bon Bens Cake Plates Sugar Bowls Cream Jugs Hair Receivers Pin Boxes ALL FANCY JAPANESE CHINA 35c NEVER DiD MORE We are pleased with the splendid reports J olthe IS Hundreds of farmers are sav- ins; Thousands of dollars by destroying the destructive gopher. Send 51.00 to us and let us ship you 5 Ib. package. For sale The Store ,D, Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Dav Telepnooo No. ,322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Becker Vatcs just received a car of Hamer Brand Plaster Paris and Kelly Island Lime. Phone 1384. 136-0 Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. 230-0 the phone that -wilt faring Pony Express Dray to your door at shortest notice, to remove that trunk or anything else you like to name. f 103-0 Mrs. G. M. Johnston 'is selling her household effects by private sale. J. H. Keilie. formerly of the Wes-; tern Plumbinc; Co., but who recently moved to Prince Rupert, arrived in the city this morning to spend a cou-' pie of weeks here on business. Mr. Kellie has a business established in Prince Rupert. i "There are too many prisoners said Inspector West to a Her-' I aid reporter, "and 1 have been trying! j to a few more Mounted Policemen i but so far have been unable." In-' specter Parker of Medicine Hat. is in town disposing of some of the minor! cases. i The Alberta Medical association has elected Dr. Parks, of Edmonton, sident Dr. Crnng. of Strathcona, vice-president and Dr. George Mc- Donald, of Calgary, registrar. The fol lowing committees were named Ex- j Malcolmson, Stewart, Crang and Parks. Finance Drs. Crang. Brett and Field. Drs Field. Hrett, Malcolmsun, Mew- bt.ini and Parks. Stewart, Malcolmsi'Hi, Parks and Brett. Through an oversight the Herald's report of the Overseas Club Empire Day entertainment neglected to men- tion that C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L.. chairman o'f the evening. In that capacity he opened the pro- gramme with a few remarks in which lie told of the growth of the local club At the conclusion of Mr. Ben- nett's speech Mr. Conybcare paid an elofiiient tribute to that eentleman W and .voiced that thanks of me club for Mr. Bennett's presence in- spiring deliverance, which the entire audience endorsed by rising to their i feet. A. Olson, of' tiie firm of Harris and Olson, returned yesterday from a business trip to Medicine Hat and Dunmorc. He reports business in Medicine Flat as being very brisk this spring, better than he has ever seen it at this season of the year. and says that the people there have great hopes of inducing the C.P.R. to lo- cate their carshops there, maiding activity is marked, and new build- ings are going up in every direction. The C.P.R., he says, are doing a lot of work on the roadbed, and three ballast trains are kept busy, while several extra gangs are busy also. Indications are that the C.P.R. ex- pect an immense amount of traffic from Southern Alberta this fall and arc preparing for it. General Secretary E. M. Thomas- son, of the Y.M.C.A.. received this morning the preliminary announce- ment of .the First Conference of Old- er Boys and Boys' Workers of West- ern Canada, to be held at the Y.M. j, C.A. Camp. Lake of the Woods, Ken- ora, Ont.. from -Inly 1 to 7. 1911. The purpose of this camp is to bring to many many Older Boys and Boys' Workers a larger vision of their op- portunities by means of contact with some of the best men procurable, and 'tQjuni-te the Boys' Work of the West. The beautiful camp of the Winnipeg disposal of the Canadian West Com- 'Association has been placed at the House Furnishings THIRD FLOOR We have now a fine stock Carpets, Linoleums and Oilcloths Having tried to anticipate the wants of every housekeeper, we have- CARPETS- Jn great Brussels, Wiltons Axmiusters, almost any size A in this assortment, Prices