Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
4- FREE BUS TO A'-.1. TRAINS J .Hotel Windsor 6cf t a Day Hotel In f Alberta WHEN IN LETMBRIDQC Tiie Dallas Hotel It the and Most Convert. lent Place to Stay Elite Enamelware have just received a large shipment of Elite Eiiumeiware. direct from Austria. It is Vv far die attractive tuul durable enamehvare on the market. X This coupon and 40r in cash will entitle the holder to one of our 90r Sauce Pans. See them in our west window. Estimates furnished free for Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating. Tin- nine and Furnace Work. Hick-Sehl 1 Idl U W OU Co. f ker-e 782 O. Box 670 We Glv- Special Attention to Mall HAMMOCKS BASEBALL FLAGS ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE A Perfect Face Tour face indicates your care as to vo.ur personal condition. fou don't have to suffer from rough skin, wind chapped or water caaoped 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 aur cold cream. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, R1PLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Does your skin feel dried up Perhaps you have not been taking proper care of it. The skin requires care and attention, just as much as your teeth and hair. ITALIAN CREAM BALM It smooths out the drawn and uncomfortable feeling from wind, sun or hard water. Leaves a aensation of soft, grateful comfort. bottle. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 1232. Special Clearance Sale of High-Class Groceries i'ln1 following linos air ail N (.'LASS. Inn on r stock is a little too quickly we oiTcr you these exeepi R ia 1 tins. Spectnl per ...................................9Cc HtT.iid, absolutely tuire. Special per Ib. tin ...............................75c Currant. Kootenay Special, per Ib. Tin JAWS AND pure. Spe- cial per .r> 1 b. tin .........................75c Feather. 1 Ib. tins. Special per tin .......................................2Cc WORCESTER Taylor's. Special per large bottle ...........................15c Li M E JU in large bottles. Special each .....................................75c TOILET or flat. Special t> pkgs 25c Special, per large bottle ...2Gc FIKST- heavy ami .hi order to move It ional low prices. TOILET Brown Windsor. Special 11 cakes for................................25c Leaf or Red Feather Brands. Special 2 for ....................35c Own iJIend. Special 3 Ibs. for Own Blend. Special 3 Ibs. for Happy Vale. Special, in tins. Each .......................30c Long White. Spe cial in large tins. Kach............................40c in oil or tomato, Sea Pearl brand. Special 5 tins' ....................55c Brand, imported. Special 2 tins for ..................................25c RED CURRANT in 7 Ib. tins. Spe- cial per tin ..............................70c The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 TllE Edmonton, cloudy "2 Cutgury, clear 72 i Lethbridce. fair 73 j I'yrt Arthur, cloudy S2 j Kaink-.ops, fair 80 j Nelson, clear 73 j Winnipeg, cloudy.......... 65 i Lidit scattered showers of f> 50 -19 54 02 rain i TEXXIS GOODS have occurred in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan, but generally the weather throughout '.he prairie provinces has bec-u fair and warm in all districts. FuKKCAST winds, showers. Alhena and and aioderatelv warm. A Satisfied Customar Means a Lot LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS of all descriptions. We deliver and do it quick. (423 THREE (523 Call us up or call in any of our places when passing-. iogers Ceiiniiiam tomb Co., limited OFFICE: ACADiA Bl AT WESTMINSTER RO. C. P. R. AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SHEDS.. CITY AND DISTRICT i J. A. McDonald, M.P.P., Qu'Ap- j neile, is a visitor in the city. i H. S. McKowan, Cranbrook, is in the city. Geo. J. Bryan donated to the Calgary University. 0. T. Lathrop went to Grassy Lake on business yesterday afternoon. Among the visitors to The city to- day is F. T. Holt, of Raymond. Rev. A. A. Lytle is expected home the Methodist Conference at i Calgary, tomorrow. Mrs. R. G-. McDonnell, of Macleod, was registered at the Dallas last ev- cning. I Archibald Cameron, of Lochiel, Scotland, is in the cit-y looking into the opportunities for sheep ranching in tnis district. Miss C. Campbell, of San Francis- co. arrived this morning to take a position at the Alexandra Cigar Stand. Physical Instructor Wilkes is ex- pected back from the east today, or tomorrow, and will duties immediately. j H. Wlii tm ore leaves this afternoon on the local for Banff, where he will attend the Masonic Grand Lodge, which convenes there on May 31 and June 1. The wife and little child of Johnny Easton, the crack Caledonian football back, arrived in the city from Scot- land yesterday, and will take up their residence in Lethbridge. U'. Bullock, of Taber, is in town j today on important business. He says that the prospects of a large j crop were never better in the Taber j district. I J. B. Moore sold his half-section 01 land three males south of Rarnwell I yesterday for Mr. Moore i purchased a residence from Frank A. Maxwell. The Y.M.C.A. Harriers will run to-' night at, 8 o'clock. All members and those interested are asked be SAMPLES BOUGHT CHEAP They are all in the window. "Some" values 35c Including Dainty Cups and Saucers Bon Sons Cake Plates Sugar Bowls Cream Jugs Hair Receivers Pin Soxes ALL FANCY JAPANESE CHINA 35c NEVER DID MORE. SEE OUR WINDOWS 315, Sixth St. Phofze The Great Permanent Cure For Corpulence We ha.ve made a ship- mest of this remedy and now is the time to secure the amount you need, at The Store Family and Dispensing Chemists and Bay Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS there sharp on time. There are a few j Cal3 666' the Lethbridge Messenger emblems left and thev mav be had J Service for quick message osd bag- from the President. Thos. TJncierwood, hotel proprietor r of Sask.T is in the city re- I newing old acquaintances. He says fcthat prospects were never better in the Weyhurn district, but wishes the JjC.P.R. would hurry and build the S j Lethbridge-Wcyburn branch. The Wey- SJburn people say they will come half (I way to meet us and have a good start already., on their end of the line. Mayor Adams this morning received R wire from Sir Frederick minister of militia, stating that 'it gage delivery. Office 327 Rouad St. 210-0 I! Trovatore, that famous opera at the Eureka tonight only. the phone that CITY AiYD DISTRICT A local man familiar with crop con- ditions, told the Herald last night that he would not be surprised if the first crop of alfalfa was being, cut 1. c- i in two weeks time. j The Leihbridge Laundry Co. 'ha.ve purchased a high class Studetrakrr de- livery wagon, one of the niftiest on the market. They also have a fine new high-priced team of well-mated and. well-bred sorrels. The turn-out is a credit to the city. Mrs. A. Olson with her two little sons, leaves tonight for her old'home at Neche, N.D., where they will visit for a month. They will be accompan- ied by Harry Olson, brother of A. Olson, and it is rumored that he will join the ranks of the benedicts during his trip. The Bible Class of St. Paul's First Lutheran church will meet Wednesday. at S p.m. The Luther League will hold its regular meeting Thursday at 9 p.m. Both meetings will be, held at the home of Rev. C. Grant, 318 Fif- teenth St., south. Viaduct Lodge Xo. 53, I. 0. 0. F. meets tonight in the Oddfellows' hall when there will be nomination and election officers for the ensuing term, to be followed by a Smoking entertainment. Refreshments will be served. All visiting brothers cordial- ly invited. The license of the Errrpire Hotel, Yonge street, Toronto, has been; transferred to Thos. A. Martin and j Chas. M. Meegan. The matter is well' known as the former manager of the Balmoral Hotel -here, and in a letter to the Herald he expresses the wish that his Lethbridge friends will call upon him when in Toronto. Oh the occasion of their departure for Penticton, B. C., Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Andrews, of Granum, were made the centre of a most enjoyable affair held in the opera house. Mr. Andrews was presented with a gold watch suitably engraved, and a walrus club bag, while Mrs. Andrews received a walrus suit-case, as a tok- en of the esteem in which they were iield in Granum, where Mr. Andrews has been manager of the Canadian Bank of for several years. Last night Pres. G. M. Hatch, of the Board of Trade, received a tele- gram from E. A. Cunningham at Montreal confirming the report pub- .lisheri in the Herald several days ago that Vice-President Whyte, of the C. P.R.. has an expert on the ground looking over the situation regarding the construction of the western end of the Lethbridge-WeybiArn line. Mr. Cunningham says that Mr. Whyte ex- pects to receive the expert's, report this week. ALBION RIDGE Abion Ridge, May would not live in Sunny Southern Alberta, right at Albion Ridge? Don't all apeak! J _____ ___ will at once, or tumble over each other to' bring Pony Express Dray to your iget here- But this hlizzard will pay door at shortest notice, to 'for big dgars 3ater on- remove that trunk or anything else you like 103-0 Gasoline Locomotives for mine and .surface use, also all kinds of a'as and gasoline engines. O O BABCOCK BOILERS, WIRE ROPE, TRACK SCALES, MINE FANS, WOODEN SPLIT PULLEYS, AND MINING SUP- PLIES OF ALL KINDS. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. ,h.aye. flve enSmes plowing- on m'e adjoining sections, and another just a mile away, and all but one are to name. See Burl Carl, that dancing kid, at the Eureka tonight. 1 The Misses EJenbaiim now have the fanning line next year, too, their dressmaking parlors open at weatner time table is right. 631 Coutts St. over 30 horse-power, and pull ten plows apiece. So we may do somethine in! be necessary to obtain the con- I See the 139-5 We notice that the gentle Western Sisters at the FJure-j breezes have done some real estate j and vou will see real niitv (transfers south of here, turned over and dancers. CITY AND DISTRICT the land and crops to their neighbors! on the east. We sincerely sympathize the late owners. j We have heard no bad remarks late- ly in regard to weather conditions. It ts On Friday evening. Westminster Ep jseems to suit people generally, better be j worth League will hold a social in (than it did exactly a y sent of the District Officer Oomiiiand- ing at Calgary in order that the 25th battery, C.F.A might be to return to Lethbridge to take part in the Coronation Day celebration on June '32, .and to fire the royal salute at this point. The iratter will be J worth League will hold a social in itMan it did exactly a year ago, when taken up with Col. Crmkshank, and the chiirch. An excellent program has comet departed with a hot j if he will consent to the move the been provided and ice cream and cake in our direction. Battery will return from camp on I will be sold Crop conditions now are apt to ex- thai date instead of June 25 as ex-j Rev; H. C. Speller, of Moose Jaw, 'Clte the rea! estate 'business, as we ex- pected. It is. however, hardly like- has accepted the unanimous call to iy that the Colonel will give his con- i become pastor of the Cranbrook Bap- P. 0. BOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. S, PHONE 581 sont, according to the opinion he fcrcd when here when asked about tist church and will, in all probabil- ity assume his charge some time next our real estate friends in town not omit to incidentally our cnances for a bumper crop to their friends and probable customers over the wire fence on the international in the favorite shades' for jackets, suits and long coats; navy blue, brown materials; just the kind for summer frocks that may be tucked away into the travelling; case, without O t? ;t Prices 7oc, 8oc, 90c, per yard. An excellent material in light summer wash goods in plain shades and stripes, also dainty Japanese kimona patterns: neat and Only 25c Yard Parasols A special range of beautiful parasols in striped arid solid color silks and pongees, in- solid color and floral borders, all made with the popular long handles. Reward! To anyone giving information of the where- abouts of our parrot. It was just learning to talk. The first words it said was "Riverside Lumber is the They have their ow mills and cut good sound timbers. Everything in the' building line is.supplied at all our yards. Give us.a call. Phone 454. Opposite Ellison Mills BRANCHES City, Migrtth, New Dayton, Strathmore. and Saeh and Door Factory tit The old world saying is--" See Venice and die We say-Visit ROCHON'S and live to come again GILMORE THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Everything for House Construction Einishi o from First to Last. FINISHING HAEDWABE, in ARTISTIC and EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS. YALE Inside and Front Door Locks, as well as The Popular Patterns. Finishes Include Copper, Dull Brass, Bronze, Sand Brass, etc. International Varnishes and Stains. CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVE., LETHBRIDGE, QUAKER BREAD "It has that creamy-rich flavor, lightness and whiteness that adds to the relish." waste coal and your strength baking bread when you can get QUAKER BREAD so easily. Just pfeona. 1027 and 'we will do the rest.