Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
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The committee of the Overseas Foot- ball Club will meet in the office of the Builders' Exchange at S.30 Wed- nesday evening. W. M. Harris, real estate and insur- ance broker, Dominion building, has returned from a business trip to Cal- gary, Gus Neidig auctioned the horses at .he barracks on Saturday afternoon and got some big prices for the anim als sold. The physical committee of the Y.M. !.A. will meet tomorrow evening at eight o'clock at the "Y" and all th< members are earnestly requested to be 3ti hand. jj Two hundred and ninety-eight nat- uralization certificates have been tak- en out in this city in six months be- ginning from the first day of January to the last day of June. Lynn fiibb, the well known vocalist of Magrath, was In the city yestejday. Jlr. Gibh expects to resume his "musi- cal studies again'.tbis fall in one of the U. S. universities. C. J. Eckstorm went north to Ed- monton yesterday to attend a special meeting of a committee of the Licens- ed Victuallers' Association which meets there today and tomorrow. j R. G. Mciseillie, divisional passenger agent for the C. P. Tt., with headquar- ters at Calgary, is staying at the Al Alason Pts...... Mason Qts. Mason 1-2 Gals. Imp. Gem Pti. Imp. Ge.-ri Qts. 80c a doz. a doz. a doz. a doz. a doz. Imp. Gem 1-2 gats a doz, Prompt Delivery See our Specials in Glassware at 25c Half gallon bowls, Pickle Dishes, Salts and Peppers, Sugars and Butter's You Can Save Money Now SEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS [315, Sixth St Pho We are opening anoth- er case of your favorite ni Harmony erme Phone us to send you Many of OUT customers are daily taking ad- vantage offer. Are you TAe Store J.D. HiginbotfiainSGp.lt, FimJlr and DlEpenalni Chemists Night and Day No. M! Bell on Front poo; CITY AND DISTRICT exandra Flol-el, and while here is at- tending lo business for the company. The V. M. O. A. meet, which will be held on Day, is open to all am- ateurs holding tho A.A.A.U. card. Many outsiders will come here and take part and some veryygood prizes will be put up. Bills will be posted next week, giving full Information. Those who have not amateur cards the Pair starts, can procure one _by writing to H. There will be no teachers' meeting yesterday afternoon the P. B.urns Co. took, out a permit for their new block on Third Avenue. The building is to cost This brings the building'permit' total Tor the month up to N. Boyd, the contractor, deserves credit for the way he is pushing on the watcrmalns to the new Eihibition Grounds. The trencher -busy out there just now and the city water will CITS AND DISTBICT Thos. Kennedy lias sold 0110 of his hoiisps across the tracks to If. clinan. The heavy rain Saturday night considerable damage in town. At thejj Majestic theatre the drain pipe lend- ing from tlie roof, broke under pressure of water, and flooded the front, part of the house. Manager Turner's apartments were drenched and damaged to tlie extent of about jj ?500. A force of men arc btisv re-1 i Special Household Savings For those practising economy TABLE LINENS Genuine Irish Linen Table Covers and Napkins; nest patterns: Scroll pattern; 6ti x fifi; good vnhui. Ivy Loaf pattern; 67 x 84; good Lily pattern; 67x84; good Shamrock pattern; x 84; good Carnation pattern; 06 x good Nankins; u variety of patterns; 23 x 23; price SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES Hemstitched Sheets and Pillow Canes: Heavy Cottons; S-4 Sheets; Ijrirgc Pillow Cases; 40 and 42 in.; each ......___...........20c and 25c DRAPERIES Muslins and Madras Curtalnlngs; etc; New Art Designs; per 35c, 40c, (So lairing and the house will, in first class condition for the ap- pearance here ol "In Wyomin which is billed for Monday and Tues- Aug. 7th and Sth. And still the comes in. A sample came tinder the obscrva- of the Herald yesterday which was really staggering. The proud farmer was Hugh McPlierson, of Burdett, and the sample, which was taken froni a forty acre field, measured 5 I'cci; 6 inches in height. The heads were large and were just filling out when shown to the reporter. Mr. Mc- Pherson commenting, on crop condi- tions, said: "This wheat was sown] in tile latter paj-t. of May, and is no I exception to the general standard of i the crops in our district. Uiinlett j will easily thresh the greatest crop j of her history. The (our elevators will not begin to handle the grain that will .be raised. -This is where the farmers arc going, to. he handi- capped in marketing their wheat. Cutting Hid start this week. would J estimate the average yield in til Burdett district at 35 to '10 bushel to the acre. The recent hail storm, according to Mr McPherson, did no iicludc any part of the Burdett dis trict, which is the cause of great re Kiicing among tile residents. Co'y. Ltd. FATHER OF EDMONTON 'LAWYER DEAD London, July W. Emory, "resident of the Loan and Debenture ompany and prominently identiflec vith the financial circles ot the.coun died at Victoria hospital this morning. He has been ill some time. Edward C. Emory, of Edmonton, a imminent lawyer of the west. Is -his on. THEATRICAL "IN WYOMJNG" "In which cornea to the rajestic theatre August 7 and 8 18, doubt, the best play Willard lack ever wrote. The story is inter- sting throughout the entire four acts nd there Is not a moment, from the se to the fall of the curtain, when he Interest of the spectator flagi. The racters are all taken from life and re a correct portrayal of the people ho go to make up' the Inhabitants f the state from which the play ikes its name. The scenes and in- dents are Inid In the beautiful Big orn valley, the centre of interest, be- the ranch of a well-to-do cattle- antyne, care of .Y.JI.C.A, Calgary, who s secretary of the A.A.A.U. bo lnto ttle srounrts The picturesque scenery is all 'painted from sketches made on the spot, iby the eminent painter, O. VV. BUSINESS LOCALS Cnll GGfi, the Letbbrirtge Service for message and gage delivery- Officu 327 Hound Kt. 210-0 If you are a lover of good singing, ion't fail to hoar H, Cooper, the rich olced baritone, at the tiureka again liis week. Tlio Lrllihridge Minors' Rand Dance vill lake place in Ihe K. of Hall Tliur.sday, August, 3rd. Fnil or- hcsira. 't'ommcriccK at; 9 p. in. Ad- Jl.on. 1X0 expense is spared in Ihc t at the Garbiiii Buainoss College. leven more new visible typewriters re being installed for the new school A Wohl adrting machine, 'which osts about will form part uf tli6 qiiflimont af the Garbing HUIIBVM' Collcso this Bchool year, i of St. Paul's First Sunday School either this or the Wednesday of the following week as Rev. Grant will attend the Lutheran synpdical convention at Regina. Young people meet on Wednesday evening for re- hearsal. Physical Director fWilkes 'returned from tho camp yesterday and the ath- practices will take'place every Wednesday and Friday at 7.SO p.m. All members of the Y.M.C, A. are ronuested to turn out as much as possible to prepare for tho "Y" lampionship which will be held from the Hth to the 31st. Tho boys interested in tho Hoy Scout movement in the south-west} Wagner, and such has been the suc- cess of the painter in reproducing the same that one can almost- feel the arpma of the cactus and lagc bush, and imagine the Inhaling of the dry, choking alkali dust. "In Wyoming" is an American play and will live long in. the .hearts of American theatre- goers. AN EXTRAORDINARY PROGRAM One of the most Interesting and en- joyable programs ever witnessed in this city was presented at the Eureka last night. II. R. Cooper scored an- other big hit in his entire change and jiart of tho city will moot tonight atjhae boon specially requested M.o sing [Uvcrvlew, the of C, K. Admiral's Proom" again some Conybcaro. In last it jnfght this week. The pictures night were all beautiful features pro- duced-by the Imp, Reliance anil Bison was slated that "hoys in the .River- view diotrict" would meet. This was in error as KiverviGw- is only used to Icsigimto the Coqybearc and not any particular iw city. residence, companies and the programs selected the woek should not be missed anyone. TWO SNAPS 2 BURNER GASOLINE STOVES each PAINTS Elevator White per gal ARTHUR HAYR Assignee We lead I Coolest plac% In-Lethbridgt. ROCHON BROS Itldl place Lithbrldgi. Men'l Lunch.) SODP, Tomato. COLD 5IEATS, Ham, Mutton, Pork, BoMt HOT MEATS, Chicken Pot Pie, Pork Pot Pie. SALADS, ind Potato. NEW B. (1. Potatoes. DESSERT, Apple and Lemon Pit Peaches and cream; Vanilla tee cream, CONFECTIONERS, Quaker Bread "Comes to you fresh every sweet and dainty." is too abort and QUAKER BREAD too food for you to spend jour time In a hot kitchen baking. Just 1027 for a (ample loaf and find out how good QUAKER BREAD reallj In, GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. 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