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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta t Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In Albtrta FREE SU5 TO ALL TRAINS I to BHt 4 MMt J The DallM Hotel WHIN IN LETHIRIDGE The Man who is Building will find this the best place to buy his building supplies. We look after this particular line of business in a -way which cannot help but you and we enable you to get the exact hardware and building supplies which you prefer. "Corbins" Bonder's Hardware Offbrg th% 'largest selection, the finest and very latest finishes and designs, and the prices (quality considered) are quite as low as any line made. Allow us to figure on your requirements from plans and specifications. Aftntt for Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE 0, BOX 670 special attention to mail BOOK BARGAINS Just received a, shipment of RALPH CONNOR'S BOOKS Black Rock. Sky Pilot Kan From Glengarry Glengarry School Days Prospector, and The Doctor.. Regular Edition. Special 75c or 3 for JOBESISOK'S BOOISIOBf New WWtnsy Block First door "west Union Bank fir Undtrwotd writer Phone 1265. Experiment it is a daring experiment when you trifle with your health. Don't procrastinate. Consult your doctor about your ills. Be on the safe side, firing your prescrip- tion to us. You then bare all that modern science can give you to assist nature in your recovery. IJiierteQrygenilHCo. Prescription Specialists I. 1. B1PIEY, MgF. IETH8HIBGE AUGUST will see us sell the greatest amount of Eastman's Kodak Goods and Accessories ever sold in this store in. a month. We have a most up-to-date, fresh and clean stock of Horn Papers, Plates and tested Chemicals, Ama- teurs are getting professional results every day with our goods. If have trouble, see us. Let us show you a 3A spe- cial folding kodak. They are the acme of perfection at J. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST Choice Dairy Butter 30c Per ifa. Choicest Creamery Butter 359 Per Ib. New Laid Eggs 35c Per Dozen and Sliced. 30c lb. The Store of Quality Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS The Same Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 Complete change of program at the Eureka to-night. All acts in, all new people. Call up Crown Cleaners, comer ol Redpath, and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. 474. 173-0 Hay and oats for sale. C. Matehett phone 1191. L93-5 Hear Prof. Hirsch, the new pianist at the Eureka. Some music and some class. Baled Havana Cigars for sale at Alexandra Hotel News Stand. 195-2 Extra Fine Crawford Peaches for Pre- serving Price, per case Red Currants, large cases We guarantee these goods first class THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers We arc securing fresh fruits daily. Today we have Apples, Pears, Peaches, Plums, Grape Fruits, Grapes Bananas, Etc _ CARRY CARR'S FANCY BISCUITS Craddock Vi ner FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 CITY AND DISTRICT T. A. Behrenfeld, of Yuma, Ariz., is in the city. The city council holds a regular GOOD LUMBER CHEAP From now until July 31st we will sell everything at greatly reduced prices SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 meeting in the council chamber to- night. The front of tee' Simpson Co.'s store on Crabb street, is being re- modelled. named Thompson was this morning brought in from Burdett j dcrst-cnns THE WEATHER Calgary, sinokey 78 Lethbridge, clear j Macleod, clear Regina, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, clear 92 90 86 78 68 Dr. Crippen and Girl Imprisoned At Quebec Since Saturday local rains and tihun occurred in Manitoha CITY AND DISTRICT in a rig accident on Saturday near that place. He was taken to the Dainty Hospital where the injured limb was set by Dr. W. S. Galbraith. J. Bruce Walker, commissioner of immigration at Winnipeg, in writing to Chief of Police Gillespie in regard to the deportation of undesirables to jthe States, says that he will be in "j Lethbridge in the course of a few J. W. Auten, travelling representa- i days and will then look into the tive for the Lethbridge branch of the! question. A. Camrthers Co., Ltd., spent W. Green last week-end paid a at the local 0Mces on Ford business. trip to Raymond, Magrath street, east. j and Wellings Hills, in the interests of M. McG-reevy. known in la-; lne Ellison Milling and- Elevator Co. crosse circles, left Leihbridge yester- j Alfred Kress, of the A. R. day morning to take up work in the I general offices, left on Saturday on a Arrow Lakes region, where he owns i months' vacation trip to Ms old a claim of fruit land. j home in Berlin, Ont. I Yesterday morning services at West; F- Waddington minster church were materially aided" into partnership iby a large choir of juvenile singers. j This was the first attempt and it proved a success. Henceforth the as Waddington, morning service Of song will be led have leased the suffering from a broken leg sustained I and Alberta, but the weather general- (Continued from, front by a juvenile choir under the man- and .at Medicine Hat on business, return- ing home to-day. Miss Irene Landon left vc-steiday afternoon to spend her holidays with her parents in Saskatchewan. All'entries of exhibits'in the Leth- bridge Fair close on Saturday night and Co. have j with Stuckey E1sie Matson, who was slight- Bros. in the grain and feed business, w injured by a fall at the Wesimin- The new firm, which will be known I picnic on Thursday evening last, ly throughout the prairie provinces has been j5ne and warm. FORECAST and moderately warm, Tuesday showery. Alberta. and tled with local thunderstorms. CITY AND DISTRICT A public Horary" is being agitated at Bassano. Dr. Wray, of Raymond, spent the week-end in the city.- R. G-. McArthur spent the from St Patrick's Roman Catholic London, Aug. is reported in London that the head of a woman sup- posed to -be Mrs. Belle Elmore Crip- pen cannot be .found. Quebec, Aug. admitted the identity of himself and Miss Len- eve when 'brought Before Judge An- gers' court here. He had no objection to extradition and was remanded for fifteen davs. R. C. SERVICES During the month -of the following .missions "will be attended STILL ANOTHER CHEQUE ARTIST GETS MONEY The city police are looking 'for a party who on Tuesday last uttered a forged cheque for at the Good Co.'s store, Round St., and succeed- ed in cashing it 'The cheque was made out in favor of J. R. Walker, on J. W. COULTER, PROP. Stuckey and Co., j recovering under medical su- brick warehouse in pervision. the rear of the Dallas Hotel, former- Mrs. R. McMillen, of Lethbrid occupied by the Western Canada i was the guests of friends in Olds for ency, and will from now on be days this week. Mrs. Mc- It consists of a tion, the property of a KTew capitalist, and bids fair yield of bushels. w- H. LeRoy. former manager of -------i Dominion Bank at High River, is th Smith Cameron. Of ttose spent last week-end on a i fishing trip tcthe mountain streams. plac; fa he has the honor, along with j Messrs. Eloes Bros., of being the first j to locate there. Mr. LeRoy has pitch ied his tent, and will open a branch j office in connection with Messrs. Rob- i erts Hum. of High River. i 1-1_A, ifitCOl-i, sec- ,s- Stuckey and R. Stuckey, who York; <-ome from Pineber Creek, are taking to net aiuP residenceJn Lethbridge. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square Heal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. When you want a few boards, or soiae lath, shingles. doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we get our prices. If we can't show you the advantage in buy- Ing here, then don't buy from us. Rogers-Cunningham lumber Company, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phont 621 4tS agement of Miss Myrtle Killam W. Simm. "_The picnickers on Friday's Position to supply the very j Millen paid a visit to Banff where she sion, feasted their eyes from Pincher qualities of hay and oats on the-1 her daughter, Mrs. A. Creigh- westward on the excellence of j shortest notice. The office Oi the Mr- 'Creighton :has not much to- many or the crops. Hay cutting is company be in the compasv's 1 proved in health since eoing to .quite the order and the yield is large. !.real estate office on Round street Gazette. ofT7heat. drew forth special j joking the Alexandra Hotel. Messrs, j Tiere some -little excitement 3.1 10 p.m. on Sunday at the corner of Round and Dufferin streets, when two cars, belonging respectively" to the Standard Garage Co., and W. D. L. Bardie, came into collision. For- tunately the cars were travelling at a moderate speed and no serious dam- age was done. Mr. Hardie's car came a little the worse out of the scrap, having the wind shield shattered and a portion of the front .bearings bent The other car escaped intact. Xo harm came to the occupants, who looked upon the occurrence as a mirthful adventure. Sacred to The Memory of Bugs and Flies Killed by Our Bug Poison and Insect Powder Jackson Prescription Draggists Sarden 1-2 in. x3-ply qual- ity rubber nose, per ft............7c 1-2 x 3-ply medium quality rubber hose, ft............9c 1-2 x 3-ply finest quality rubber hose. KING AND QUEEN LEAVE SPAIN San -Sebastin, Spain, Aug. Alfonso and Queen Victoria left this morning for England. They feared a civil "war and an attack upon the Queen, who is hated iby the clericals. They are to visit the president of France while away. -Madrid, Aug. Canelojas who was left in cfcarge by King Alfonso, ord- ered the arrest of the priests who Have attacked the gov ernment and the King as a result of the breach with the Vatican. The thanks of the committee of management are due to Mr. A. E. Du- pen, who kindly looked after the com- fort of the Typos down at the Bottom: to Messrs. George Kerr loaned the necessary crockery; to C. J. Eckstorm, of .the Dallas Hotel, who supplied the necessary cutlery: to Lewis F. Bonnell for the manner in which he handled the transportation arrangements; to the ladies of St Cyprian's Church for their excellent :ommissariat, and to George Maclean, who added to the enjoyment of the day ,by carting all the food stuffs and other necessaries down to the Bottom. The toast list was as follows: The Employing Printers of Lethbridge, re- sponded to 'by W. A. Buchanan; the Typographical Union, responded to by S. W. Tuckwell; the Visitors, respond- ed to by A. -E. Dupen, and the Ladies, responded to iby Sir Thomas .Evans. The Printers' a handicap of 100 yards, was -won iby H. Nichol- son, in the wonderfully fast time (for the Barnes Bottom track) of 10 1-5; to. ;tfoe 'boys' race was won iby J. Red- shaw, and the Ladies' Race (by Mrs. A. E. Dupen. Two 'baseball matches were played, one (before lunch and the other after lunch. The sides by J. B. Kelsey and E. Chandler, out our reporter was unable to obtain de- tails as to the score. It was ascer- tained, -however, that S. -W. Tuckwell, who acted as umpire, handed out so many fines in the course of the games that, it is said, if he is to collect "Tuck" will be independent for life. EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COUNTER SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICE CREAM AFTERNOON TEAS Special lunches and dinners served at meal hours. Give us a trial. Quick service. Hose Reels JLawn 18 Sprinklers 25 p. c. discount on all sprinklers. Stafford-Agnew Co. WEAR OVERALLS OF QUALITY OUR BIG OFFER: SPECIAL POINTS I. The material is selected stock and blues are guaranteed indigo. II, The workmanship is done by union labor and every garment is inspected by an expert before passing into stock. KETURIV TO ITS six stampe'd pockets cut from Walker's Trainmen's Overalls and we will give you a ,oew pair free of charge. OUK GUARANTEE 10c for every button tnat comes cff and 25c for every rip within 30 purchase. SPECIAL POINTS HI. The reinforcement in crotch which makes it impossible to rip at the most vital point. IV. The buttons are the very latest in- vention in buttons, a button selected after making every conceivable test in comparison V FOR SALE ONLY BY THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ;