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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i H J Hotel Wlucbor H.25 a Day Hottl In I Alberta T i Man who is Building will find this the best place to buy his building supplies. .We look after this particular iine of business in a way which cannot help but please you and we enable you to get the exact hardware arid 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 considered) are quite as low as any line made. Allow us to figure on your requirements from plans and specifications. far SherwIn-WIUIami Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE 0. BOX 670 Wt iptclal attention to mail orders PAPER Our stock of IMPORTED JVOTE PAPERS is very large. You can get the best papers in TABLETS, PAPETERIES, OR BULK Buy your paper in POUND or 5 QUIRE boxes. By doing so you can save a lot of money. uii Niw Block First door west Union Bank Phone 1265. Proved Satisfaction Can be accomplished in ouly one way. That is "oy giving satisfactory drugs. You get this service in our department Your doctor gets satisfaction in seeing the drugs he pre- crfbes act quickly and well. You get satisfaction through quick recovery and we have the satisfaction of knowing that .you appreciate such service. The following Remedies and Patent Medicines are advertised in the Herald. J.D. Hig- inbotham have them in stock. Wilson's Fly Pads NyaTs Face Cream fiuk Fig Dr. de Van's Pills Hyomel Fruitatives Indian Root Pills Parisian" Sage Nadmco Tooth Paste Hay's Hair Health J.O, Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST Fresh Arrival on Thursday PEACHES, PEARS, PLUMS, TOMATOES, BLACKBERRIES DEWBERRIES Our The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS Complete change of vaudeville to- igbt, at- the Eureka. Hurry. The Carnation Club are holding a dance on Tuesday evening next at 8.30 p.m.. Aug. 9, in the Caledonian Hall. All those holding invitations and. their .friends will be heartily wel- comed. Good music and a good time. Free transportation, is given ail who desire to take in the excursion to Redclifi On Saturday at midnight. See.L.-S. Ripley and Co., the local Agents, for any information, regard- ing this future manufacturing centre. The Barrie Carnages -and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. il5_q Owing to the excitement prevailing over the upheaval in real estate prices in Pincher City as a result o! the proposed new railroad, G-alvin- Hat.field. Lethbridge agents, have tak Another Carload of assorted Fruit, direct from Washington arrived today. Everything is in fine shape. We quote you the following prices: APPLES, PER 50 Ib. CASE. PEACHES, PER 20 Ib. CASE, BARTLETT PEARS, PER 40 CASE, RIPE TOMATOES, PER 20 ]K. CASE, 12.25, PLUMS, different varieties, per 20 Ib. case, NOW IS THE TIME TO "GET YOUR PRESERVING ,KRUIT AT A RIGHT PRICE, THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Prompt Delivery BE SURE OF FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS Just received. The "NEW GEM" in all Also Fruit Jar Rings Craddock Vi ner SLY GROCERS PHONE 515 ADORE (a-door) A'BELLE is what you'll be doing -when you fall in love. After the "bans" your "adorable" 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 fit to perfec- tion. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 AT The Chef Cafe Regular board bv O ti the week S6.00 cliarge for side orders. Good serv- ice guaranteed. J. W. COULTER, PROP. MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug., opened THE WEATHER en the sale off the markets until fur- Edmonton, fair 7g 50 notice. j Calgary, Smokey 78 44 Call up Crown Cleaners, coraei ol j Lethbridge, fair-..................... 84 4? Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- I Medicine Hat, fair 80 AU' site Methodist church, 414. i Brandon, clear 74 45' Ciosed 104 1'2; attending Lethbridge Fair! provinces has been fair, with moder- wants to buy bunch of horses, and -at wishes' to meet seller at Whitnev's' Manitoba. Don't forget the benefit match to? night on the square at 6.30. A col- lection will be taken. Westminsters Y.M.C.A. Last evening's lacrosse practice on the athletic park, was specially well ttended, and good form -was shown. 3oland and McDonough, the former iigh River men, are now weighty members of the team and will figure argely in the next league match with High River. The date has been post oned until Aug. 10, that visitors at the exhibition may have a chance to witness a good game of lacrosse. An exhibition game may also be arrang- ed with Tabc-r for exhibition week. SEE OUR WINDOWS for the new HEAT PROOF Every Piece is GUARANTEED UNBREAKABLE FROM HEAT and NOT TO BURN THE CONTENTS Tfce McKeown Hardware Co., ltd. Duffenn Round Streets We Ship'out of Town Daily A New York chauffeur met his death by backing his car in an open elevator shaft in the garage. A new Church of England to cost fs to be erected at Medicine 'Hat, livery stables, Lethbridge, on Wed- nesday, August 10, 1910. Will buy in small lots or in bunch, 198-6 CITY AND DISTRICT H. Elton is away at High River ron business. I Mrs. E. J. Paunch, Alexander Ad- j dition, leaves on tonight's flyer for CITY AND DISTRICT a Graves, a Calgary pio- j two months' visit with her daughter lat outlook, Saskatchewan. of Pinchtx Miss Alice Hope, Of the Alexandra FORECAST: Western Provinces -Fine and warm today -and Friday. Oats 39 3-4, No. 3 Barley 50. X Max 220. CHICAGO MARKETS j Chicago, Aug., were ad- .cancelled his proposed visit to the ex- position at Brussels. 'PERMITS TO BUILD neer, is dead. While A. C. Keffimis. _______r_ Creek, was in the city this week he Hotel book stand haTretornol purchased a McLaughlin-Buick from a short visit to Winnipeg and and rode home with it to-day. i Hamilton, Ont. I i j Five women, keepers of disorderly J ton -v Stirling in the and j auernoon ana and costs apiece at the Mounted Po-' Raymond m the evening. jlioe barracks for Sellicg j ?200. S 6 UptUm at CmTent rep0rt on the With day. His collar bone was .broken and Ot m tbat to Amsterdam. Aug 4 -Prince Henrv consort of Queen Wilhelmina, was badly .hurt in a fall from a Wcvcle to- he was internally injured. He has at 102 Decem-oer at 104% to May 109 3-8 off to 109. The closing last night was lower. PRICES Louise .treet ij0mse tone of the opening stock mar forth- W. B. Lanigan, general freight traf- Out licenses. The monev fie manager for westen Hues of the; coming in each case. i-.r.K., who was expected to be in i T the city to-day will not be here uu- j R-N.W.M.P., went til to-morrow i Loutts tfais morning. The only Mrs. Dan Quiglev left for Great' the Cit7 docket this morning on a visit "H Wltll Owing ?200. Ingram, stable. Dufferin street, thas; Jlterta Drug end M Co. Prescription Specialists I 8. 8IPIEY, Mgr. IHHBXIBEE Falls, Mont to her sister, who resides at place. Mr. and Mrs. B. Van Blarcora, of! rmr 200 Bompas street, have Itii on visit to Mr. Van Blarcom's j to Inspector West's absence, the po- lice let him out on bail until tomor- in Nova Scotia. They will T about two months. The funeral of Vera Thomas, x of Mr. Pacific was the only conspicuous ex- cepuunal. although there was a num- ber of minor stocks showing small fractional gains. Third Avenue declin- ed 1-4. Reading and Amalgamated Cop- GALT STREET CROSS PNG__________ WILL COME UP AGAIN I per 1-2 and Northern rhe Board of Railway Chesapeake and Ohio Erie and U ers will sit in Lethfcrid-e on Sept. 15.1 S. Steel substantial fractions A copy of a report made by a member ______1_ of the commission staff on the dan- and serous state of Capt. Mackio. staff adjutant of Mil- i itary District X0. 13, went down and .inspected the range of the Leth-' bridge Rifle Club this morning. He was accompanied by A. Rafton-Can- ninS- Xcwsom and Ern- E. Carver. Calgary is making an effort to get; hc Conference TO be j the of" the- Western thls monlh in Victoria, B.C., af. j ada Irrigation Association. an opportunitr of a cheap trip i the Single fare tickets may purchased by anyone for Aug. 5 to Jitthetjmpa standard cer-i 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 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 sorue lath, shingles, sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we get our prices. If we can't show yon the advantage in buy- ing here, then don't buy from us. Thomas, took place this The return trip will be free, as the required number will bft present. The tickets are good re- i turning up to Sept. 25. Bogeps-Conningtiam lumber Company, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, 623 Yard, 423 Sacred :to The Memory of Bugs and Flies Killed by Our Poison and Insect Powder afternoon from the residence on Brun- ton street to the cemetery. Rev. T P- Perry of Wesley church officiated and the arrangements were tinder the direction of T. S. Fetterlv. Garden 1-2 in. qual- ity rubber hose, per ft 70 1-2' x 3-ply medium quality rubber hose, ft or 1-2 x 3-ply finest quality rubber hose. BANK OF ENGLAND DISCOUNT Gait street cross-; London. Aug. rate of dis- ity offices count of the Bank of England remain- i rema esterday and a letter from the secre- ed unchanged at 3 per cent, todav tary stating that the matter will b Auction Sale! At the Store Kooms, rear of Dallas Hotel on Monday Next at 2.30 sharp-.. F. Waddington Co. Instructed by'E. Maxwell. J. W. Turpin, and other owners, will sell, by public auction and without reserve a quantity of useful Household Furniture Mission Dresser and Stand; beds Oak Dining Chairs f Ladies' Oak Secretaire; handsome Kitchen r qualhy these soods call particular attention of the purchasing No reserve. Goods view day prior to sale. PHONE 426. Auctioneer's Offices.. Lycaum Building. Auctioneers public to this brought up 'When the board Here. SIR PERCY LAKE GOING meets RUMORS OF DIVIDEND .FROM LAKE OF THE WOODS sr cent per! would be declared, but Mr. j -Meighen. president, states emphati-1 CAPTAIN HAD HIS callv that no one is in a position to! BRAIN DASHED OUT! say anything at all about it i Port An.hur. Aug.. John; _______________ i of .Merchants Mutual Steam j The cornerstone of Bcaverion's new snip Company's boat Arcadia, was Hall TO Iaid bv M jed m bis boat, at the Canadian Xorth-! r i TT i jnrtl i- ;-laggart and Col. Henderson. i ern dock? this forenoon. The boat i was discharging a load of cement and j jwhile the Captain was standing I the boom of the derrick it broke, the beam falling and dashing his brains out on the dock. The captain's home was at Buffalo, where live a widow and child. EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COUNTEK SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICE CREAM AFTERNOON TEAS Special lurches and dinners served at hours. Give us a trial. Quick service. Prescription Druggists Hose Keels S1.1Q 14 in 16 in is in. S5.00 S6.0Q Sprinklers 25 p. c. discount on' all sprinklers. Stafford-Agnew Co. Medicine Hat will lender a civic re- ception to Sir iVilfrid Laurier. Westbrook Hacker's brewtry at Brantford was burned. FOR SALE laying hens, an Edison phonograph with 87 rcords, a Singer sewing machine nearly new. a rent 17x17 and one bed room suite! Apply Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St., opposite the Herald office. 197-6 NOTICE TO BUILDING LABORERS The Hod Carriers and Build- ing Laborers' International Union Local 180, will meet in future on the 1st and 3rd Fri- days as S p.m. in the Labor Hall, Glyn St. i97.6 Our Grocery Stock is Complete Several carloads just' placed in stock. Several en route and more to follow Carload of choice B. C. Potatoes just unloaded We have just opened up a large shipment of Toilet Sets, Glassware and Hotelware. Toilet Sets range in price irom to THE BENTLEFCOMPANY, LTD. ;