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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta li th. A MMt CMVMltfit I He Billag Hotel ttay WHEN (N HTHtftlDGl The Lethbridge Daily Herald Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS who is Building 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 please you and we enable you to get the exact hardware and building supplies which you prefer, "Gorbins" Builder's Hardware offers you -the 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. Agents for Sherwln-Wlfliami Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardwar WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 five iptcla! attention to mail orders KERB'S PROVISIONS ABE THE BEST Choice Dairy 3utter 30c Per !b. Choicest Creamery Butter 35c Per ,'b. New Ltfid Eggs 35c Per Dozen Hams and BHCOU. Saccd 30c pc- Ib. The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries. Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS We are taking orders now for Preserving Peaches Preserving Plums Preserving Pears Prices will be cheaper a little later. We will have a car load direct from the orchards when the prices are the lowest Leave your orders now and we will guarantee the fruit both in price and quality THE GOOD CO. Nigh Class Grocers Prompt Delivery We ere securing fresh fruits daily. Today we have Apples, Pears, Peaches, Plums, Grape Fruits, Grapes Bananas, Etf., CA'P.RY CARR-S FANCY BISCUITS Craddock Vi ner FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 1 BOOK BARGAINS x Just received a shipment of RALPH CONNOR'S BOOKS Black Rock. Sky Pilot Man From Glengarry Glengarry School Days Prospector, and The Doctor. Regular ?1.25 Edition. Special 75c or 3 for S2.00 lOBiTsors WWtnsy Black First door west Union Bank far writar Plione 1265. Exasper- ated We are exasperated be- cause of the way the whole front of our store is blocked these days. However, this will be ov-er in a few days and an entirely new front will be put in. This is being done to give greater and better service to the public. In the meantime we can asure you that our service is as good as ever and knowing tnat you appreciate such service we are still trying to improve it. THE ELY We cannct tell you more abqut -ehis subject 'than you have read and heard. Buc we can show you any- thing: in the fly exterminating products. We carry a large stock of Nyal's fly pads Wilson's fly pads Fly coils Tanglefoot National pads Pyrethium Insect powder Formaldehyde JJ. iipbotaSeo.ttil Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstonn sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 Did you see that- show at. the Eu- reka last night Good music, good j singing and dancing. j Call up Crown Cleaners, cornel ol jRedpath and Burdett streets, cppo- jsite Methodist church. Jhoae 47-3, I 172-tt j Hay and oats for sale. C. Matchett j phone 1191. L92-5 Baled Havana Cigars for sale at Alexandra Hotel News Stand. 195-2 The best comedians that have been! at the Eureka for some time are j there this The store to purchase Children's Shoes, best and Par- sons, opposite Westminster school. 196-2! .FINE HOTEL FOR SEVEN iPERSONS Seven Persons, Aug. is progressing very favorably on our new hotel. We hope to have this run- ning about the 1st of September. This win be the finest hotel on the line between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge and we "have no -doubt everything will :be of the best under the capable man- agement of F. N. at prest-tit with the Alberta (hotel. .Medicine Hat. ADORE (a-door) is what you'll be doing when you fall, in love. After the "buns" yo.ur "adorable" iwni want you to buy her a house. USE OUR DOORS TO GO IN AT. They're always good and work per- fectly, being made to fit to perfec- tion. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 CITY. AND DISTRICT R. .j_ Palmer barrister of. PI Creek, is in the city. Rev. T. C. Buchanan, superintend- ent of Methodist missions for Alber- ta, is in the city. Thos. Stubbs has been awarded the contract for the erection of three houses at Hardieville. Mrs. J. M. Henderson, -who was in- THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 72 Calgary, fair 72 Lethbridge. fair 86 Saskatoon, raining Winnipeg, cloudy Port Arthur, fair 74 Some lisrht scattered I AT THE EUREKA A double header in good vaudeville acts and all kinds of funny pictures make a merry program at the Eureka this week. The first act. a soubrette with a good line of song and dance, iwell ,up to the mark in this line and applause was generous, but the real storni occurred -when the comedy duo of .the second act appeared. The gentleman has an excellent voice and sang several songs, each receiving sev- eral encores. He is .well supported in (song and comedy by his lady compan- jion. The act is the best in its line ap- jpearing at the Eureka for .some time. Another feature last night was the J. B. Wilkie, of the G-olden West music, a new pianist. Prof. Hirsch T -u- j playing overtures and accompaniments _ came into the city this a marmer that fihow he has ,been j 73 33 .95 j afternoon from the Consolidated coal j there before" as well as demonstrating 76 53 jminfe at Taber. [his cleverness 2uiu Quality as a musi-1 58 j J. B. Mulhern, of-the Dowsley-Mc- ed but as he is employed in t-he grocery store where the beans were purchased, he was disqualified. John Burr-ell, witfc gets second prize, j and Miss Jessie McKay takes third j with in Manitoba and of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Earlv this morning; a cloudburst occurred drenching the town. at to Ontario, on business for the firm and boosting Lethbridge. C- 5. Morse. C. P. R. travelling freight agent, returned last night B< the rom a trip through the northern por- prairie provinces tlw weather jured in a rig accident on Saturday evening, is reported to be improving. i Daughters and Maids of England 1 are requested to meet at 809 j .ou-ion -Road Wednesday evening. rThe coming picnic. jand northwest winds and a few local I Mr. and Mrs. Merton. Peck, of Bruce showers, but mostly fair. Not much i been mostly fair .and -warm. FORECAST Manitoba Loral thunderstorms but mostly fair and warm. Saskatchewan and Alberta West street, left yesterday for an east-em trip. E-dmond Peck will visit Mr. 'and Mrs. Edward Peck, Rogers St.. during their stay. jEpworth League special talks on Temperance will be given by several i of the members. The subject under discussion will be "The ravages and change in temperature. j tion of the province. He says that the finest crops he saw were around Killam on the Wetaskiwin branch of the C.P.R. 'From Didsbury south and j around Castor, east of Stettler, the country is suffering from the drought. On Monday there fell to the lot of ;eamster, the 'double rnis- of ivro CITY AND DISTRICT Sheriff M. .Young this morniiig sold morning his team got beyond trol, but Mr. Adams -hung tightly TO the reins and brought them to a standstill aft-er a half mile run. In the evening, as he was turning into WINNIPEG .MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug. 2. October opened 102 3-4. closed 101 34; December' opened 99 3-4, closed 99 3-4; Cash close 1 ?sor. 103 3-4; 2 Nor. 100 7-8: 3 Nor. SS Flax 2.15. 1-2; 2 white oats 37 7-S; Sir Wilfrid at Pile of Bones (Continued from front by auction a Ford automobile seized lhe al, Jetwecm Barllett street from A. L. Mitehe-11, of Taber. Quite j Westminster Road, they again broke a crowd attended the sale, which ws of the drink traffic." Fred Godall, a checker employed in the C.P.R. yards, when jumping to get on to a moving caboose, slipped and fell, a wheel passing over his foot and badly crushing it. Hi- v removed to the hospital, it was found necessary to amputate some of the toes on the injured foot- The Caledonian Pipe Band drawing lhc: citv held at the corner of Redpatli Cutbill streets. Dr. R. and the purchaser, his last bi-'l lining i away. Careering down t-he alley way j the frenzied team attempted to jump over a wagon in the road. The re- sult was that one horse perched upon S685. Fred Turner, of Magraih, wagon, the other-fell underneath runner up- hhe wheels. Willing hands soon had C. G-. Simpson and R. Needs, ofj-the wagon and horses disentangled, the Kootenay Marble Works, of Nel- and. save for a few cuts nothing sen- sou, B. C., arrived ia the city this cms developed, morning and spt-ot the day in lookin At t-he door of the church, Sir Vv.l- frid and t-he Lieutenant-Governor were met by Rev. Father Suffa and conducted to a front seat in- the cen- tre aisle. T-he reverend father con- ducted the service, making mention AT The Chef Cafe Regular "boa-rd by tlie week charge for side orders. Good serv- ice guaranteed. J. W. COULTER. PROP. GETTING READY FOR THE BIG FALFT A new class for Shetland ponies has: been arranged among the live stock competition at die fair, and already a. number of entries have been re- ceived. Business Men and others requiring: space in the exhibition hall during- the fair and who have not yet made their (reservation should do so at once, either from Secretary McNicol or D. J. WMtney, chairman of the exhibition committee. of the distinguished visitors during The full Caledonian Pipe band has been engaged by the fair directors to his sermon. The return journey to. the i-overn- play at the fair grounds on Thursday ment House was made by way of j Aug. 11, the last day of. the fair. Searth street and Dewdney avenue, j A meeting of .the directors of the r in quost of a site for took place, Robt Scott being the j the up of a Lethbridge monu- wmner of the gold watch, chain and locket offered for the one who would guess nearest the time the watch would run. The watch stopped at 11 hours, 19 minutes, 20 seconds. Mr. Scott's mental and cut stone works that shall manufacture and carry a full line of building stone and cemetery GREAT CROWDS DAILY AT C. W. GRAY'S HARDWARE SALE At C. W. Gray's closing out cam- paign there seems to -be no abatement to the buying movement From every- The L. S. Ripley Co. are taking a j town and village in the south of the guess was 11 hours, 29 to Redcliff on Saturday next, i province come -buyers of stoves, paint, and 50 seconds. leaving at midnight. Much interest j and hard-ware. Each day sees dray- ----------------------__-----------------j is being taken in that promising and j load after' drayload moving in all di- .grovring young town, where six hun- i rections from the big hardware stock. i tse sure and .rake a bottle of Cham- jberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea {Remedy with you when starting on i your trip t'rus summer. It cannot be obtained on board the trains or steam- jers. Changes of water and climate of- jten cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it js best to be prepared. Sold by all druggists. Sacred to The Memory of Bugs and Flies Killed by Our Bug Poison and Insect Powder Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists Sarden 1-2 in. x 3-ply qual- ity rubber hose, per 1-2 x 3-ply medium quality rubber hose, ft- .........9c 1-2 x 3-ply finest quality rubber hose. ft...........lie Hose Reels lowers W 16 18 dred and fifty employed. men are at present Dysentery is a dangerous disease but can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has i The prices are down so low on these every day necessities that The aver- age buyer can't afford to pass them up. The reserve stock is all forward now and a few more days and the thus permitting the Premier to .se- cure a good view of the city. The Premier was -the guest of -Lieutenant-} at Governor and Madame Forget at iunch and spent the afternoon quietly. In the evening an informal dinner was given by the Lieutenant-Gover- nor, Hon. Walter Scott and Hon. A. Agricultural Society has been ailed at the .fair groun-ds tomorrow evening o'clock. If your liver is sluggish and out of tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti- pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be- fore retiring and you Trill feel all rig'a; lurgeon, being among those present. -in the morning. Sold by all druggisrs. (been successfully used in nine epidem jics of dysentery. It has never been I known to fail. It is equally valuable pleasant to take. Sold by all hardware stock of C. W. Gray will be no more. I Mr. Gray intends taking a long trip when his stock is sold, for the benefit of his health. W EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COUtfTEK SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICE CREAM AFTERNOON TEAS Special lunches and dinners'served at meal hours. Give ns a trial. Quick service. 25 p. c. discount on all sprinklers. Stafford-Agnew Co. WEAR OVERALLS OF QUALITY OUR BIG OFFER: SPECIAL POEVTS 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. RETURN TO US six stamped pockets cut from Walker's Trainmen's Overalls and we will give you a new pair free of charge. CUB GUARANTEE 10c for every buttoiv tnat comes off and 25c for every rip within 30 days of purchase SPECIAL POINTS III. The reinforcement in crotch which makes it impossible to rip at the most vital point, rv. The buttons are the very latest in- vention in buttons, a button selected after making every conceivable test in comparison with others. FOR SALE ONLY BY THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ;