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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Mil TO ALL TMAIM Hotel Windsor 11.29 I Holt) In Alberti The Lethbridge Daily Herald I, tht Bnt unit MM' 4. I.M Stiy WHY NOT BUY A DOOR -MAT mid keep the mud from (racking in the liousc. By so doing you will save your carpets, your 'furniture and woodwork. We offer a fine selection of-Cocoa Poor Mats, at prices within the reach of everybody. Special No. 1......... Too each Special No. each Special No. 3 each Special No. 4 each BROOMS! BKOOMS! BROOMS! Special! Sec them in our cast window, at each Agents for Slicrwiu-Willfonis Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. P. O. Box 671 Wu epfcia! Altsrtls.t lo Mill Order! TYPEWRITERS you want a Typewriter you will find that the TJmlcrwood or the Empire are the best machines to buy. We are agents for both. Second-Hand Remingtons and Fox machines for sale CHEAP. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1JW. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity nnd pow- er of the drugs and the'method and manner of their compounding. The we offer are strictly of the highest .class. Our Draining, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will' lie com- pounded right. Bring all your- prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. HIP'LEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 We Can Develop And Print For You Bring your views to us. Learn to depend upon us as the Camera Store, where, every point ot developing and printins is thoroughly understood, and where you can get justice done to the Tlews you take. Our service is quick and our charges reasonable. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS W JOHNSTON 4 JACKSON. SHERLOCK PHONE 12SJ, ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Get'ronrielt Into shape for "that tired that In the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your constitution with Al- bcrta'l Pride Beer. This beer is a tonic and a strengthened A glass or two dally will give renewed life vigor when yon really feel like filling bj. wayside. Its purity Is absolute and it predlgeited liquid food, ensllr, MBimilated by the weakest stomach. It is a boon to those suffer. Ine from weakened digestivp organs. Alberta's Pride beer is brewed from bent barley malt and Bo- hemian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. LETHBKIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., Limited PHONE 554 THE DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, GOODS THAT AMIS- CANNED ItlliHT, nut up only In SANITARY TINS and KiiarniHoeU under the I'ORK FOOD IjAW, are the only kind lo use. THE VINELAND CANNED GOODS will aland (he test. Lock over tho following prices Solid puck. 3 Ib. tins. 1'rlcc, 3 tins for Or, por disc, 24 tins In Ballon tins, all sliced and calls tnll of apples. 1'rlco per tin 45e Or. por case, 6 llns In 2 Ib. tins, heavy syrup; price por tin 20c Or. per case. 24 tins In 2 Ib. tins, heavy syrup; prlco per tin Or, por case, 24 tins 14.65 LO.MHAKD In 2 Ib. tins, heavy cyran; price iier tin 15c Or, lier case, 21 tins 33.40 113A COFFEE Our miljK TK.VS arc of. exceptional value. All our teas are tested before they are placed Into stock. OUR Sl'ECIAL Kontl ns any package tea sold at' SOc. IM'Ico per OUK KXTItA good any pacllllgo tea sold at liOc; price per Ib..............SOc DUCKA the finest lea sold and iis good as many brands sold at la packages; price, per OUIl P11BS1ILY ROASTED COFFEES'seem to please the people, UOUrtHON Very flno quality, whole or ground; price per Ib.....................35c POLO lending seller; whole or ground; price per Ib......................40c EXTRA fine, whole or ground; per EXTRA' finer can be produced; whole or ground; .per Ib.................. -fiOe MAIN STOR! ROUND ST. PHONE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS pUFFERIN iT. ICE CREAM' FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH WHOLESALE A RETAIL PHONE tZT THE WEATHER Wmonton, raining Cuteary, raining Lethbridge, cloudy Winnipeg, fair '5 I'ort Arthur, fair 60 .Nelson 7! Heavy rain lias iallr-n tlircingli por-1 j lions of Alberta, ami sonic light: scattered showers, accompanied by thunderstorms, in Manitoba the wea-j tlu-r has been moderately warm. FUKK'AST Manitoba Mostly fair :mrt warm, hut some local show- ers and lower temperature. Saskatchewan and j fair, but some showers nnd lower temperatures. CITY AND DISTRICT Uow Island is considering the en- largement oi the limits of the village. Dr. W. J. 1'atton, of Coutls, was in the citr yesterday on business. .1. llreeze, of Chin, is in the city j today on business. i William Cousins, of Medicine is in the city today. X. Dowsett returned this morning: from a short Calgary. j F. W. Downer this morning took i out c Hermit for a addition to ll SI S O'l Vlltll S V.'. rt o h mi t'tnt oi Distlict v0. 11 ic t U of V is in the citv from Coleman. D.. U. Yates, of Warner, who has been here for a left this morning ior Ins home f C. S. Pingle and W. Bricel of Medi- cine Hat, arrived' in the city this morning. R. J. Ilntchings, of Calgary, is in 1 he city today attending .to his many business interests here. W. A. Ilegg and Clias. S. Pingle, lledicine Hat, were in the city today arranging details for the Liberal con- vention next week. N. II. Murray says he-will open a temporary bar in the store recently vacated by P.-Burns fi Co., on Saturday. (reorge Johnson was brought here from Contts yesterday, by a Police Officer anil will remain -here, for a few clays. It appears that he has a stolen horse in his possession, and the R.N.W.MlP. are. investigating the case. 'The investigation .will most likely take place at Macleoii. For a long time the need has been felt among Lethbridge automobile owners for an automobile club in this lint the formation of such an organization has been delayed more on account carelessness that be- cause the owners of motors have not felt the need of one. However, the matter is now being taken up and the first gun will be fired on Thursday, evening when a meeting of all auto- mobilists the movement will meet at St. Augustin's-iiall..The aims of the club will be placed before those present, and-steps taken to get the organization working on a sound basis before the [nil'months. Mr, Allen How.inl of New Market, Ont is in the city spending .a few- days with his nephew, C. II. Travis, Get Your Fruit Jars Maion Ptf........SOc a doz. Maion .1 doz. Mason 1-2 Gals. a doz. Imp. Gem a doz. Imp. Gem Qti.-.-. a doz. Imp. :Gem 1-2 ja'is a doz. Prompt Delivery See our Specials in Glassware at 25c Half gallon Jugs, large bowls, Pickle Dishes, Salts and Peppers, Sugars and Butters You Can Save Money Now OUR WINDOWS CITY AND DISTRICT A branch o[ the Canadian Hank o! Commerce has licen opened at Tillcy. j John Workinnii, of Spring Coulee, was a visitor in the city yesterday. W. T. Fletcher, ot Magrat-h, was in yesterday. J.' U. Alfred, of Yaymond, is a visitor in the city today on business. Kenuey, manager 01 -V.e- f. 0. BOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. 3. PHONE We aie opening moHi- ei of your 01 te sonp f Glycerine Phono us to send jou 6 cakea foi 1 "Many of our customers are daily tiking ad- vantage of this offer. Aie 3011 t Staff Ftmlly and Cbemllti Nllht ind Day Telepboo> No 3X3 Night Bell on Front Door Infyre Ranch, south of Mngrath, is in the city today. On account of the social the choir practice oi Westminster church will lie held on Thursday night instead of Friday. A. C. Nash, of Spring Coulee, who is staying nt the Alexandra Hotel, says that Ihe crops arc in the best i possible condilion. Alfred Tnriet, pi Winnipeg, with a party of French settlers, is in the city looking over general conditions'; with a view to locating in this dis-j fcict. J: Parr, inspector for the Alberta .Pacific Elevator Company, was in the 'city yesterday and decided to headquarters here. He went ilojvii Ib inspect the elevators at Kavniom! iind Cardston Ibis morning. Giiy V. Walker, a popular Bnw Island voung man, died in the Metli- 1 c ni f til u iin inpuidicits H H i IP vorth Di 'father resides at Macleod, brother, Ehcn, at Win- LOCALS to In and'he. has nilred. Another name is being mentioned in connection w'ith the filling of the vacancy, in the position of police ma- gistrate it ciusert hi the resigrition of Mmistrite Smith I which goes into effect on October a. The latest name mentioned is that of Colonel Kiinmicrs. H. E. Drowning, of Kalispel, Mont, arrived in the citv veslcrday to take T p isition the Mison Risen Piano Co., r.s piano timer and repair man. and will locate in Lethbriilge perni.inently, his family following in a few Mr. Browning conies highly recommended, having held re- sponsible positions in the best fac- torv and wnrerooms. in Chicago. The opening of the new St. An- drew's Presbyterian church, North Lctlihridgc, will take nlace on'Sun- dav next, Aug. Oth. Rev. '.Hugh Grant, oi Fernic, will occupy the pul pit at both the morning anil evening services. Special music will he render- ed by the choir On Momlaj eiening a tea-meeting will be hold, given by the ladies of" the church. As a sequel to Mavey's little run- in with the police court officers yes- terday morning, when he was sent up for eight days tor of court, he was also convicted this morning on a charge of begging without a license. He told the stock story of all hobos, but the evidence was very much against him, so he was given an'additional thirty days in which to] think the matter cfcr carefully. .1. C. McNish, superintendent oi city construction for the Alberta is in Don't fail to see our Chore'Boy at the I.elhbriilgc Bair 2225 The UUibridgc-Weynurn Realty Co. 195-1 Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for n.uict message and bag- gage delivery OITict 317 Round Si 2100 Don't fail to see our Chore Boy at the I'ethliridge Fair, Aug "3-2-, The' Telephone System, Lethhridge-Weyburn Reaitj Co connecliou with projected j The I.cthbridge Miners' Bind Dance j improvements here. The will place in the K of P on Thursday, August 3rd Full or- chestra. Commences at fl p.- m. Ad- mission Sl.flfl. 113-3 flon't fail to sec our Chore Bov at of the firm of Cornell Travis, This is Mr. Howard's first trip through the Canadian West, and he is greatly impressed with Ihe possibilities for the future of this part of Canada. ltd Ou, i.cihbridgc Fair, Aug i2-2i The lias, visited' Saskatoon, '.Edmonton, Realtj Co llo-l Calgary, Prince Albert and others oi j fCMit and ice cream soc- thu larger cities of Ihe Western ncxti Atig. oa the inces, but in his. opinion l.ethhridge j ,aw.n o( 1808'corner the prettiest city.of'lhc lot. The] and Dnffciin Sis in tonncr- trees and well-kept boulevards, so i lion church shortly lo instal conduit on; .'Fourth Arc., (com the office to Thir- teenth St., and also .on Eighth St., as .far south as Sixth Avc. A large increase in the telephone business ofj the citv is looked for this fall and the. department is making such ex-1 tensions as will be necessary to Ac- commodate any expansion. R. McArthur, the local engi- neer, who is in charge of the con- struction of the gravity waterworks i uncommon in nmst. oi the new .cities welcome 115-S for tllc town Cardston, Is' appeal lo the easterner, while the sei. tllc blg change position of l.cllibriugc, lying as it Iocs at Ihe entrance, lo the.Crow's Kcsf Pass-anil in the centre of one j stll Avc (l Rrej. finder of Ihe most fertile districts of AI-j icrla. leads him lo believe Hint this illy will soon rank ns one of the j The lliiildcrs' iKxcliangc most, important' centres .commercially j tomorrow, c in Canada. Js.30. tonight at the Eureka Dallas Hotel and mfet in the cily today. Mo says that the work of constructing the system will be slartcd at once' and one hundred and fifty men arc wanted for Ihe work. Mr. McArthur says that Cards Ion, is booming and lots of building is going on. People are living in lerits while houses are being htiilt fori jthcm. Special Household Savings For those practising economy TABLE LINENS Gemilhe'lrish Linen Tablo Covers and Napkins neiit Scroll pattern; 66 x 86; Rood ivy Leaf pattern; 07 x s4; good valiio......................11.25 Lily pattern; 67 x SI; Bood Shamrock pattern; 67 x 84; good Carnation pattern; 96x96; Bood value .12.25 Napkins; a-variety of 23 i 23; price...............12.00 SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES Heinstttclied Sheets and Pillow Cases: Heavy Cottons; 8-4 Sheets; Large Sheets; each....................................... .11.60 Pillow 40 ami 42 In.; each..................t...20c and 25c DRAPERIES Muslins and Madras Scrims, otc; New Art Designs; per yard..................................... 25o, 35c, 40c, The Co'y. Ltd. TWO SNAPS 2LtjiRNER GASOLINE STOVES each STEPHENS1 PAINTS Elevator White gal ARTHUR HAYR Assignee We lendla, r Coolest place, in Letfibridge, ROCHON ludl ithbrjdgo. If you appreciate Cleanliness and Quality, plume tlie Quaker Bread Han. It willing to no where you GIIMORE 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Cocoa Door Mats Steel Door Marts Cleaning Specialties Scrubbing Brushes Feaither Dusters Self Wringing Mops Liquid Veneer for Furniture Waxoii for Floors The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. LCTHJIRIOOC. t Busineii Men'j Lunch.) COLD M BATS, Ham, Mutton, Pork, HOT MEATS Chicken Po t Pie, Pork Pot Pie. SALADS, Loblter and Potato NEW B C Pot atoea. DESSERT, Apple and Ltmon Peaches and cream. Vanilla Ice cream. j CORNER STH'ST. AND 4TM ;