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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Dallas i J Hotel Windsor Best a Day Hotel In Alberta T FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS The Man who is Building will find this the best place to buy his building supplies. We look after1 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. "Corbins" 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. far Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardwar WHOESALE A RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE P. O. BOX 870 five attention to mail orden et ATOTE PAPER Our stock of IMPORTED NOTE PAPERS is Very large. You can the best papers in TABLETS, PAPETERIES, OR IN BULK Buy your paper in POUND or o QUIRE boxes. By doing so .you can save a lot of money. lOMSISON'S BOffiSTOffi NKW WWtnsy Bleck First door west Union Bank Underwent writtr Phone. 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 over 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 thai our service is as good as ever and knowing that you appreciate such service we are still trying to improve it. We have dispensed nearly Ninety-one Thousand Prescriptions Our dispensing department is kept busy and the work is put out with speed and accur- acy. For the besc in dispensing have our expert prescription clerks do your work. KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST Fresh Arrival on Thursday PEACHES, PEARS, PLUMS, TOMATOES, BLACKBERRIES DEWBERRIES Our >t The Store of Quality i Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery phone 1453 We are talcing orders now for Preserving Peaches Preserving Plums Preserving Pears 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. High Cliss Crootrs We are securing fresh frujts daily. Today we have Apples, Pears, Peaches, Plums, Grape Fruits, Grapes Etc., CARR'S FANCY BISCUITS Craddock Vi iner .'C FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 MAGISTRATE TALKED CREE JJ. 8iqlnliotliani8CB.Ltil Family and Dispensing Chemists Night -and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. BUSINESS LOCALS Shoe Repairs Shoe Repairs done by the expert shoe repairer at the Royal Shoe Store. The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show'room at Athletic 'ark. 175-0 Call up Crown Cleaners, comei ol Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist, church, -'hone 173-U For the Right Shoe at the Right Price go to the Royal Shoe Store, opposite Mont-real Bank. An auction sale of all the belong- ings oi" t-he Alberta Restaurant will take place directly back oi the Dal- las Hotel to-morrow afternoon at 2 ['o'clock sharp. Fruit, candies, canned goods, potatoes, tobacco. cigars, tables, chairs, cooking utensils, eic., and everything in the restaurant line. Gus Xeidig, auctioneer. ADORE (a-door.) A BELLE is what you'll be doing when you fall in love. After the "bans" your will 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 fat to perfec- tion. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 two Prescription Specialists I 8. KM, MgP. W. Douglas, mayor of Taber, and his.daughter are spending today an Lethbridge. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square 2eal 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 some lath, shingles, sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fatT" 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. Bogers-Cunningliam Lumber Company, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, 421 CITY AND DISTRICT Berg. Ellingson, Of Magrath, is in the city to-dkjr. A. C. -Kemmis, barrister of Pincher Creek, came down from thai place j Capt. E. F. Mackie, D.S.O., StaS jisn business yesterday afternoon. j R. Gibbons returned yesterday I1 from spending ten days at the Water- ton Lakes. j W. J. Harris, of the Lethbridge i branch branch of the Government j Telephone has been taken to Mrs. j Van Haarlem's private hospital with I typhoid fever. i A. C. who for some has been proprietor of the barber shop in connection with Upton's Pod Hall, has purchased the pool tables, .tobacco stand and lunch counter in the Oliver Block, from Clarence L. Upton. He .takes OVCT the business j Gus Xeidig Las just returned from i billing for the Lethbridge Fair and jftas made all the towns between Leth i-bridge and Cranbrook. also Calvary, i Medicine Hat, Couus, Cardston" ana Carmangay and reports that a large number oi people are coming to the big exhibition next week. -Y.M.C.A. will play-a friendly ganip wiih the Westminsters Thursday at 1 6-30. A collection will be taken for the benefit of Mr. Turner, an injured j Westminster player. The Y.M.C team will be as follows j Easton, Engle, Shaw, Mullen, Cam- oron, Hopkins, Alcocfc. McKay, Mat- jthias and Wilson. field. CITY AND DISTRICT One of the exhibits at the 'bridge Fair will be a horse stands less than six hands, or feet high. It was born in the and. will be quite an attraction. Vera Mildred Thomas, the eight- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hf Thomas, of 278 Brunton street, died last night from appendicitis, coupled with an attack of pneumonia. The funeral arrangements have not. yet been announced. Miss Mary Dunbar left yesterday over, the A. R. bushels the con-tract with the Union Steam- acre. field was Company for service between of 160 acres that bids fair to .vield Vancouver and New Zealand and Aus- an average of 20 bushels per acre. His statement goes to corroborate ratal. The remains were taken in [charge by Undertaker T. S. Fetiesiy and shipped this morning on the 9.30 train to Mont, for inter- ment. Besides Mrs. James the'-e are two daughters, one living at Xiatneda, California, and the other -n Seattle and one son who lives in Montana. NOTICE TO BUILDING LABORERS The Hod Carriers and'Build- ing Laborers' Internationa! Union Local ISO, will meet in future on the 1st and 3rd Fri- days a-: S p.m. in the Labor Hall, Glyn St. 197-6 those of others who have had .to do with crops within the past ten days. viz.: that the yield will exceed former expectations. tralia. It is understood that the newly 'constructed steamer Zealandia is to be pui on 'the route at once. Rosthern, Aug. 12-year-old daughter of Metro Michaelik. a Gali- cian farmer, died as a resuk of "burns received while starting a smudge. CAFE OPPOSITE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COTOTTEK SHORT OKDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICE CREAM AJFTEPJVOON TEAS Special lurches and dinners served at meal hours. Give us a irial. Quick service. 55.00 S6.00 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. RETURN TO'US' six stamped pockets cut from Walker's Trainmen's Overalls and we will give you a new pair free of charge. OUR GUARANTEE 30c for every button tnat comes off and 25ct 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.' IV. The buttons are the very latest in- vention m buttons, a button selected after making every conceivable test ia comparison with others. FOR SALE ONLY BY THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ;