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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Many, of the troubles we see com- ing-down, the road do not stop at our: house. 'A-'-'- Mrs.. W; B.' Burnett and grand- Gwendolen Hammond. for Winnipeg this afternoon to visit Mrs. Burnetts daughter, Mrs. L. Hammond, who now resides in "that city. Judge and Mrs. Johnston. Sault Ste. Marie, announce the marriage of Mrs. Johnston's sister. Matilda Kirk- patricli Graham, to the Hon. Mr. Jus- tice Dugas, Dau-son jCity, Yukon Ter- ritory, July 26. Dr. and Mrs. Cragg left yesterday for Calgary to be present at the wed- ding of Mrs. Cragg's brother. Rev. The Lethbridge Pally Herald. Wednesday, Autfust 3; 1910. RAN INTO LOCKS AT THE Duplicate of Last Year's Accident Narrowly Averted Sault Ste; Marie, Out., Aug. 3. An accident alnvost of1 the ramming of the lower gates.; oi, the American locks, occurred early this I morning, luckily; however, .with no such disastrous result. About 1 a.m. steamer Lake Shore upward bound made a landing at the lower pier before going into the lock. As she left the pier to enter the lock the aplaiu gave backict; signals to straighten the boat around. The re- engine slipped and instead oi acking she was driven ahead full peed. The force of the speed drove er into the opposite side, tearing the upper timbers of the walls for a hundred fret. The gates open ped and reversed. Before she had the full length of the lock the engineer had succeeded in reversing her and she back ed up by the tre- mendous force of water in the upper _ The Last of The Stoves--Just 25 Left Sold over a hundred, have but 25 left. It's these remaining 25 for new owners this week son. which city today. was celebrated in ti -Miss Lizzie Xewcornbe has left Rod- ney, on a two months' trip to friends in Leth-bridge and other points in Al- She "was accompanied by .Miss AJirta Gillies of Duart who is soing to 'Castor, St. Thomas! Ont. Times. Miss Gladys Oliver entertained jolly group of young people last ing for Miss Hartrey, who leaves shortly for Olds. The evenin .pleasantly spent playing gam__ the- lawn and at eleven light refresh- ments irere served. The guests in- was on Martin ,-ciuded Misses Agar, Prouse Cook, Hartrey, Podger and McCann and Messrs. Shantz. Chandler. Me' -Lelland. Buchanan. Marks. Towers Crawford and Watson. are in- OUR FAIR Anticipation and excitement creasing each day as fair time draws nearer and it seems everyone is now the finishing touches ro their entries of. embroidery and plain sewing, it is a Shame there are not enough, prizes to be awarded each en- try: of this kind, for in many cases one article has ieen in its transition stage for weeks and months, and some very beautiful exhibits win be dis- played in the ladies' work and home manufacturer's department. .had a peek at some of the most exquisite -bits of embroidery the other day. They are the work of a clever woman who has ibeeh in this country but a few months. She has spent nearly all'her life in a famous (French, convent and her wprk is an excellent sample of the renowned fine needlework of French women. A tu- nic of bebe Irish lace, winch by the TOV, took just one year to make, is one of the articles she has consented' to enter, and also a sheer cobwebbv handkerchief embroidered in one corner wjth her crest and three per- canal. The gates were brought back mto place without damage except small hole in the upper plate caused by the Lake Shore's anchor. Hid the lower gates been closed the Can- adian -disaster would have been dupli- cated, or if the steamer could not have been gotten under control before she struck ihe upper gates the result is hard to estimate. Fortunately, al- so, the wheelman headed straight for the mitre in the upper gates. A rath- remarkable fact is that the Lake Shore is a sister ship to the Perry Walker, which caused the damage to the Canadian locks, and is owned by the Gilchrist Transportation Co.. j Cleveland. The damage sustained by her is slight, only a few plates on the starboard side being dented above the water line. CONTRACT LET FOR EDMONTON BRIDGE John Gunn Sons. of Winnipeg Se- cured the Contract at About a Million and a Half Dollars Winnipeg. Aug. the high level brid fectly formed tiny birds not an eighth of an inch in size. Then there are two cushions and a tea cosey are 'beautiful and well worth seem There's nothing wrong with the Board of Directors of our big fair that's one sure thing, and what's more to the point, there's not goin to -be anything wrong with the bi- exhibition either. Every day we he J of fresh attractions, while tidings of the coming of the most superior class of exhibits continue to deluge the of- .fice of the secretary. -Be sure your entries are all in at the latest -by Monday, .but contract for at Edmontou was awarded to John Gunn Sons of Winnipeg. Notification was issued this afternoon fcy Assistant Chief En- gineer Schwitzer of the, C. P. R. While no figures, were given out it is understood it wffi cost in the vi cinity Of a million and a fialf dollars and will be completed in about twel- ve months. The -bridge will 156 feet high 2.SOO feet long and will connect the provincial capital .with she Univer- sity City. Provision will he made for railway and double street car tracks well to have the min and be sure of them .-b> it would On Saturday prominent position. placed, in on the upper level. whHe nineteen teet lower will he an ample roadway for vehicular traffic and pedestrians. While the Lethbridge -bridge is .bigger the Edmonton structure with its var- iety of traffic accommodation is un- ique in the west. SEVERE ELECTRICAL STORM IN NEW BRUNSWICK DAILY RECIPE Potato six Irish po- tatoes, put them through a sieve, ssa- the mixture rour eggs; with salt and pepper to a little chopped parsely; add to the yoiks Of" three or shape into balls and let stand to harden, then roll in -bread crumbs, cornmeal, or flour and fry m hot lard. For more elaborate cro- quettes add to the mixture a little chopped ham, a little minced onion or chopped nuts: any of these makes a nice addition to the plain croquettes. Woodstock, X. B.. Aug. first electrical storm for years passed over the district yesterday afternoon caus- ing much damage to property. The house and barn of A. Hand on Con- nell Road were struck and burned with the contents, which include a valuable horse. Six miles up the ri- ver the house of W. Shaw was struck and iburned. and opposite side of the river a barn and contents were des- troyed after lightning struck it. A building was also struck and fired in town but the flames were quenched with -but little damage. potato OPEN VERDICT ON LATUQUE EXPLOSION katuque, Quebec. Aua rjle inquest held before Coroner Vanass to investigate The dynamite explosioi near here, by which James j Salo, C. Chaloner, Paul Grepn CK Hedrock, .T. .-Foley, Chas. Phiiibert 'p Charles and Harry Kno lives, the jury returned <5ict that death was explosion. lost, their open ver caused by an GRAND TRUNK STOCKS ARE CHEAP INVESTMENTS London. Aug. S some criticisms -As there have been recently regardin. the frequency of G. T. R. first mort. gage .bonds with other deprecatory reierences to the security, it is point. ed out that these do not affect .value of bonds which are one of the cheapest gilt-edged invest- ments on the market The yield them is much more favorable than obtainable on obligations of the Can- adian government. CONDITIONS ARE BAD AT CAMPBELLTON CampbelHon, X. B., Aug. tary conditions in stricken town are becoming bad. Another case of diph- taeria is reported. The steamer Sen- lac which has been used as an hotel since rhe disaster started again on her route. Everybody is now oblig- ed to live in tents or shacks. Accord- ing to an insurance adjuster. The in- surance losses by rhe fire will tot-I ALL OF TEXAS MAY GO "DRY" Statewide Prohibition Amendment to be Submitted to People. Houston. Texas, Aug. that the advocates of state-wide pro- hibition had elected at least a two- thirds majority of the members of the incoming senate and house of repre- sentatives of the Texas the campaign committee or anti-sub- missionists today in an informal ad- dress withdrew all opposition to the submission of a ment to the contitution to a vote of he people. The address also stated that hence- orth the efforts of the committee would be directed to defeat amend ment when it was submitted. Here's the Paints and Varnishes, and the prices you'll be asked to pay Elephant Paints that have stood the test for the last 40 years. now a Elastic Oak Varnish, 5 nai. tins, a 1 gallon 1-2, 1-4 and 1-S gal. tins. 5c and 10c extra. Liquid Granite Varnish, 5 gal. tin, 1 gal. 1-2, 1-4. 1-8 gallon tins, 5c and 10c extra. Luxeberry. Varnish, wood finish, light, in gallon tins, a gal. Exterior, 1 gailon Medium Hard Oil Finish. 5 gallon cans, per ..5c and 10c advance on 1-2.. 14 and 1-8 tins. Church's Alabastine. all colors, a No Such Prices Elsewhere -SI3.00 Eanges Kanges 822.50 Eanges Eanges Malleable Iron Eanges for -S'45.00 Souvenir Stoves. -355.00 Joy Stoves, all out this week. Just Someone's pointed. "WlllitTbe you? and are the prices rou'Jl have to buy it now. 8 fast. going to be disap- 3000 pieces of Stone Dinnerware at about Half Price. Read these prices Heavy Stone, thfe best made Butter plates, a dozen Vegetable Dishes, a dozen Side Platters, a dozen Soup Bowls, a dozen Dessert Spoons......... Tea Spoons Nevada a' dozen Dessert, a dozen....... a dozen......... Forks, a dozen........ Avalon and Community 12 FJat Silven ware ,33 1-3 OFF. 65c Buy Your Stoneware Now WATCH THE WINDOWS DAILY all through and get to the store on the before you get here. We keep the store men from 8 until 10. Read this list run-some of the lines will be benefit of JN'OTT or only, left -320 Refrigerators now Refrigerators now Slo.OO Ice Boxes now GALVANIZED i...............70c 2................SOc So. 3...............OOc WOODEN Small 90c lEeclium PAINTER'S BRACKETS A pair Stuart's Fui'niture Pol- Liquid Veneer -35c Large size 25c Dippers .....JOC Enamel Pie Plates- Small. 3 for ---25c Large, 2 for -25c Tin pie plates 7 for 25 C 15s 20c 25c 30c 25c Pails, now 31.00 Coffee now .55c 50c Coffee Mills, now.....25c -Si.25 Carpenter's Axes, now 65c Lanterns, now.......65c Glass Syrup Jugs.........ISe 50c Japan Tea and Coffee Pots ..................25c -Si.25 Granite Tea .75c and Nickel-Copper Tea Kettles, now Saw for.........25c Miners'Gal. Dinner Pails 75c size for............45C Si.00 size for ...........05c -Si .25 size for...........75e Tin Dinner Pails 25c kind..........2 for 35c 40c kind for..........'. 20c Cop. Anti-Enst boilers Cop. Boilers....... -Si .50 G-al. Boilers .-.....95c Sprinklers and Watering Cans Japanned, size 6 3Qc 10 35c Pails, now 40c Pails, now 50c Pails, now 25c Covered Dust Pans now 2 for.....256 Mouse Traps S for 25 C Nonsuch Stove Black- tins, 4 for...........25C Hickory Hammer han- dles. 4 for .25c Lantern Globes 4 for 25c Lamp Chimneys, 4 for 25c Potato Mashers -.-5c, Royal Canadian Wringers, --S3B45 Covered Cog- Wheels, Pump Coal Oil Cans, 5 Gallons, now Fruit Presses now 25C Regular 60c. 4-Loave Bread Mixers, now 8-Loave Bread Mixer. now STEP Now or never at these prices Shelf Lock Step Ladders 5 ft. ladders ;.....70c 6 ft. ladders...... Faultless Step Ladders 4 ft. 5 ft. 6 ft. 7 ft. ladders 10 ft. Mechanics' Ladders 5 ft, ladders 7 ft ladders for 10 ft. ladders Decorators' Step Ladders ft. for Galvanized, size 10 45e 55c Waldron Washing M a chines, now The Easy Washer Machine, now ...........5fi QC 40OlWW Dutch Cleanser. 3 tins 25 C Star Ammonia. 2 for 25 C Regular 20e. Reg- tub and wringer Holder, get out at J .25 Reg. Ciutain Stretch- ers, last of them Tacks, single or double, 7 pkgs. for 25c Gurney Scales, 300 Ibs. now 75c and 85c Coal Scuttles. 45c now vSpring Clothes Pins, 4 doz. 25c for Lamp Burners, 4 for 25 c .Bed half price. Galvanized Slop Jars 35 c Dish 12 size 14 size 16 size 20c 25c 30c Carpenters! Mechanics! Buy tools now. All Tools at Si.00 cocoa, mats 50c large cocoa mats 75e rubber mats, now All Cut Glass, Dinner bells and price. Bird Cages.......75C All hanging and parlor Lamps 1-2 price. Shoe Brushes, 2 for 25c Broom kind .60c 75c kind .45c SOc kind .30c Scrub kind 3-25c 40c kind.................i5c Fruit Scales, 10 Ibs 4 Remington hammerless 22-Long Cartridges, 5 boxes 12 Gauge Cartridges, box .50c 25c Enamel Wash Dishes, 15c Iron Tea Kettles, reg. for 50c Mauser Rifles, each Balls for same, a hundred. Stone Crocks 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Gallons A Gallon NOW Pony Wagons No. 1. No. 2 S3.15 NOW The Evely Sales Company The Lowest Hardware Prices in a Century An Appreciative Buying Public finishing the remaining stock of C. W. Gray, Hardware Merchant prices below regular FARMERS IPS HAYING TIME Buy Forks, Spades, bhovels, at prices you'll never get again Now is the accepted time for buying Paints, Hardware, Tools, Tinware, Enamelware and Stoves Miner's Caps and Miner's Lamps 2 for 35c Cotton 4 for 10c Oil Stoves 1 burner 50c 2 burners 95c burners ;