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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA., FRIDAY, MAY J8, 1909. OUR SPECIALTIES IN SPRING The following coiup -ises one of the most complete ami widest ranges of hardwaie to be found in the Province. Xote the prices. They will bear comparison with anything1 to be found on the market. Everything for use in your business, your home, the ranch, the garden or the 'farm. "THERE'S A REASON." "Elephant is one of the oldest brands of paint on the market today, and every year there is a steady increase in tie sales. Give it a trial. We know the result. Common Colors, High Grade, ALABASTINE The best cold water wall finish on the market-, 5 Ib. pack.........50c Sold in tints and white. BRUSHES A full line of painters' brushes, from ..............15c to ea. CHURN BARGAINS Favorite barrel churns to Wood dash churns to Crock..................35c per gal. Hurry before they are cleaned out. REFRIGERATORS Calv. Lined to Porcelain lined Get in. They are going fast. WINDOW SCREENS AND SCREEN DOORS Screen up to Screen Windows .___.30c to 40c ea. We iave also a complete stock of green wirecloth for repairing pur- poses. HOMESTEADERS You had better see our stock of -timvare and graniteware before you. buy. Most complete stock in the city. Wire Stretchers ea. up Post Hole Augers up' Get after those gophers a 22 rifle. Does the: work and costs little ea. PRICES TALK Our buying connection in builders' hardware in the east places us in a position to sell at the very lowest figure in the ciiy. Let us give you an estimate on that new house you are building. It will pay you to do so. "WE ARE THE PEOPLE" to buy Carpenter's Tools from. We have just received a large and com- plete assortment of planes, hammers, saws. etc.. and are placing them at a very low figure. Planes, from......35c to ea. Hand Saws, from to ea. Plumb and Levels .50c to ea. Rules to ea. Squares ...........50c to ea. Have a look. GARDEN TOOLS Hoes ..................45c and up Rakes .................45c and up Socket Spades and up We have a large stock of Manure Torks, Hay Forks, Etc., at the right prices. SUCTION HOSE Suction Hose from to Wirewound 3-4 in. Garden Hose per foot.....................15c Plain Garden Hose, per ft.-----9c up Chopping Axes up ARE YOU PROFANE WHILE SHAVING? Our" ''Carbo Magnetic" razor makes shaving a pleasure instead of a time of torture. no honing: always on the job. A cheap razor is dear at any price. OIL STOVES and 3 burner Oil be used for either cooking or heating. At Cray's to SUNLIGHT SOAP SiMp ctnnot spoil your There are no injurious chemicals in Sun- Ufhi Soap to bite in even the most delicate fabric. are offer- ed to anyone finding adulteration fh Sunlight Soap. Bros., Toronto, will send you tree, a cake of their famous Plantol Toilet Soap, if you mention tnis ca- per. SPORTS (Additional) NEVER TURN PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES INTERESTED Athletes of the various clubs; foot- basebuU, lacrosse and -cricket, j are taking quite an interest in the j plan to procure a dressing room with I shower bath and sewer connection, j convenient to the square. A large i attendance of all those interested are urged to attend meeting in the Caledonian hall (old Knox Glyn street, on Friday evening at S There is also some talk of forming a Lethbridge Amateur Ath- letic association. The two plans might work in together. Union Is strength. Where there is a will there is a way. Discussion will develop plans for over coming the difficulties. RED SOCKS TEAM The line-up of the Red Socks fcase- ball team to meet the Northern Lights of No. 3 on. the Square next Monday, .will be as follows Miller, catcher Milling, pitcher Williams, 1st base Logan, 2nd base, Supina, 3rd base.; Russel, short; Wylie, right field Taylor centre and Powell, left. In considering tie needs of the public in hardware in its various branches, nothing1 has been left undone to make it the most complete. No- thing has been omitted to fill eVery.conceivable requirement of the build- ers and tradesmen's tools, and, in fact, you ean.not name an article in our line that we do not carry. We ship mailorders same day as received. Call or write C W. GRAY, Lethbridge, Ma. Phone 166 Safe THE FIGHT TONIGHT Everyone who beys or uses paint or varnisk is interested m the way it is, made. If satisfaction-is to result from the vse of a paint or varnish it must contain suitable materials prepared in proper way. We futve safeguarded the quality of SHERWIH-WILLIAIHS PAINTS AND VARHISHES br controlling the source of seppfy of many of the raw materials thit enter fnto them. we bare our own and smelters for nod preparation of while lead and tine. We mike ovr own dry colors and Kjaeedofl. are pound in mills of our own Vs have agiog capacity for gallons of varnish at one time. Sberwin-Williams business was over 40 years ago and our products are today known as standard: ail over the worldt X THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co. X jattj LARGEST MINT AHO VARNISH MAKERS IN THE WOULD MONTREAL TORONTO .WINNIPEG Both Daly and Sealer are said to i be in the pink of condition for their fifteen round bout at the Lyceum, after tho show tonight. They are Jfast, clever and hard-nitting men, hava wide ring experience iand good reputations, so the fight ought to bo a rare onie. The police have carefuhy scrutinized the affair and are satis- j fied it is to be on "the Kid Sealer's 'reputation should be a good drawing card and the house will likely be filled. _ Both men will enter the ring at J133 pounds. CITY FOOTBALL 'LEAGUE SCHEDULE Tuesday, June 1, S. 0. E. vs Ma- ple Leafs. Thursday, June 3, Caledonians A. O. F. Tuesday, June S, S. 0. E. vs. Cal- edonians. Thursday, June 10, A. O. F. -Maple Leafs. Then owing to the professiona baseball games there is a skip. Tuesday, July 6, Maple Leafs vs Caledonians. Thursday, July. 8, A.O.F. vs. S-0 E.. Friday, July 16, Maple Leafs vs S.O.E. Tuesday, July 20, A. O. F. vs. the Caledonians. 'v- The entries and schedule for the Wright Charity Shield will -be ar- ranged later. the South African Olympic inner, is on his way to England, and will arrive in Canada in August, "i h Springbok sprinter is in good form. Before he sailed for England ou the- Ariuudttle Castle, on April 29, Walker stated in the course of an interview that he. would never turn pro., and expressed his determination to'remain He had his pro- gram mapped for the summer, says Keuter's telegram. He starts with, championships, where he i will meet Kerr, the Canadian 100 vnrds champion, who won the ish championships last year in the 100 yards, an'l also the 220 yards, leaves England in tha middle of August for America and Canada, whore he will race against Rector, of Virginia University. Wr-alker will likewise run against W. W.- May. the American 100 yards champion and such well-known American runners as Huff, Stevens, Hamilton and Dan Kelly. Walker will also meet Kerr. again in Canada, and is confident that he will be able to beat all of them. As a matter of fact, Walker declared to Keuter's that he was sure since running in the Olympic games, in England he has considerably im- his time. From America he will cither proceed to Australia or return to England, and there is the possibility of his permanently settl- ing in tenglond. He also intends visiting Germany and Sweden prior to the English championships place: The oven does the baking, the fire-box controls the oven heat, and the grates hold the coal or wood that pro- duces the heat, so THE GRATES are important Range SPORT TELEGRAPH ICS Denver, Col.; May Sixty-three days out of New York, Edward Pay- son Weston arrived in Denver this forenoon, having covered miles of his journey San Francisco. from 2Sew York to He says he is two days and a half ahead of his sched- ule. "Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made in four pieces, each grate shaken separately. Ashes over one'grate can be shaken without wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp retains them in position. The easiest-working way is the surest-serving way that's "Sask-alta" way. MMtrral, WbMlpei, VMciuvtr, Jtkn, LETHBRIDGE AGENTS A LOCAL BUDGET The constitution of the Alberta tre jo asjiioo m Football .League, has been issued and provides "for four competitions, sen- ior, intermediate, junior and juven- ile. The annual meeting will be held on Easter Monday of each. year. The league accepts the amateur runng: of the -Alberta Amateur Athletic Asso- ciation and .will use the Internation- al Association Football Board rules. A CATCHER SUSPENDED Word has been received from the management the Eegina Lacrosse :lub, saying; that the club will play here on June 3. The game will be played at the baseball park, -and will be" called at 6.30. The Ee- gina team is on. its .way .back from an- unsuccessful attempt to lift the M-into -Cup from New Westminster. Philadelphia, Pa., May ier McLean, of the Cincinnati Nation- League" baseball club, has been in- definitely suspended without pay: by Manager Griffith as the, result of the catcher absenting himself-from the j club' for a week without permission. {Manager Griffith says McLean left the club in Brooklyn on. Saturday, i hod been m New .York. The following members of the Cale- donian football club are requested to at the Athletic grounds tonight at 6.30 Boss, Carr, Crawford, H. Hell-vena, J. Kelly, Mullen, McMill- Leitch, W. Whyte, Munrpe, Oli- ver, -Milne, Tabrum, Simpson, Cpch- ie, Mclxean, J. McTlvena, Cameron Wilson, Jqhnstone, j. White, Moodie and Wiggln-. Epsom, May Coronation Cup, valued at 200 sovereigns and for the winner add- ed to a sweep stakes of 20 sover- eigns each, a distance the same as the Derby, about one mile and a half was won by J. B.. Joel's Dean Swift. W. H. Eagle was sec- ond, and L. De Rothschild's Tranto was third. Six horses ran. August Belmont's Fair Play failed to get a place. Epsom, May fibyal Hand- icap, of sovereigns for three- year-olds, distance 6 furlongs, was .run here today and was won by Hal- laton. Poor Boy was second, and Baeberry third. Among the eleven starters was H. P. Whitney's Delir- ium. Everything She Ate SEEMED A BURDEN TO CARRY. HAD STOMACH TROUBLE YEARS. If you live out of town write us.' Consul General ,Robt. Young' at London has resigned and Consul J. L. Griffiths, at Liverpool, will- be named to succeed him as American Consul Dr. Mason, Conservativt, was elect- ed yesterday to fill a vacancy in the Legislature, for East Victoria caused by the resignation of J. H. Carnegie. Majority 903. When your food baa not been propurly digested, your body CM not received the benefit it should. The exertions of the gutrie joioe have bwm confined entirely to removing the tiona of food "which they cannot properly dig-eat u apeedfly M poanble from the body, thereby ooly giving the blood small per- centagA of nonriahinent -with which to feed the Burdock Blood Bitters regu- latea the bowels, perfect digestion, Jiiakoa puro blood, tonea the stomach, and thua restores perfect health sod strength to the debilitated Byatem. Mrs. IX A. Francisco, Rowland, B.C., vritea: "I wae suffering from stomach trouble of the worst kind for about four yaus. Everything I ate seemed a burden carry, I always aroae in the morning with a sickening and feverish taste in- my mouth and was also troubled with lings in my hands and feet, which my phy- sician said waa due to the disordered state of my stonuwh. I tried everything that was purchasable, and also consul tod two or three but conld" find no relief until one of my neighbors told me of a wonderful cure by Burdock Blood BitUra. C tued altogether ten bottlet and am'now jerfectly cured. I wish to recommend to anyoM yho may be to unfortun- ataaslwas. for at by THE REGULAR WEEKLY- OF HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, etc., will fee held at the Gity NTarket Corrals on Saturday Next At 11 a. m. Entries Received Piebald Pony, 7 years, broken. Pony, cart and harness- F; G, Waddmgton MARKET MASTER e, North Lethbridg Granum, Glaresholm, Island, Tabert Milk River ;