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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbi'idge Dally Herald, Thursday, August H E M P I. U M B E R There is quality in Lumber; do not forget that! Poor Lumber means a cold crude house; difficult to live in; difficult t0 rent and difficult to sell. We carry cheap Lumber suitable for some purposes, but the kind you want in your new house, we make a specialty of. Our purchases are of slieh magnitude that we tan demand the best of Lumber for the least money, Our customers .get the benefit! Inspection of any of our twelve yards will satisfy you as to this. THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Round Street Phone 763 Westminster Road Phone 1063 Yards at Lethbridge N. OLetfcbridge Taber Bow. Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangay Barons" Kipp Jet A LOCAL BUDGET E. Sibbald, contractor ol North Lethbridge, left yesterday morning to spend the summer months in B.C. Mrs. J. Lang, of Railway avenue, has gone to. join her husband upon his homestead at Maple Creek. Morgan, of Staffordville, has been removed to the G-alt Hospital, a victim of typhoid. The scantling for the "6 foot plank walk on Westminster Road between When is all -right, rhe action of the bowels regular, there is a natural craving, and relish, for food. When, this is lacking, yon may know that you-need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and: Liver Tablets. They -strengthen the digestive; organs, im- prove the appetite and regulate 'the bowels. Sold by all druggists. Helen street and Baroness Road, has .been laid down. Improvement is pro- gressing slowly but surely. ,B. Andrews, principal of the Lethbridge High school, returned to the city yesterday ..after his holiday 'trip. Yesterday there are being delivered upon the Y.M.C.A. grounds "the large steel girders for the new buildings, purchased from the Manitoba Bridge and iron works., Binders-are still-in Yes- terday the'Massey-Harris Co., ship- ped two large elghlrfoot machines to Wilson .Siding. Today McMahon and Qulhri sent two' more to'the same district. A. E, Stewart and'family have just returned; from -a.-week's fishing trip among the creeks and streams of High River. They report fishing as excellent, and brought back a. plen- j tiful supply of excellent fish. j Administration of the estate of Ed- ward P. Hamilton, late of East Or- j ange in the state of New Jersey, U. S.A., Limited to the estate within Alberta, has been granted by the Dis- 1 trict Court of Lethbridge to Simp- j son Jaines Shepherd, barrister, as j attorney for -the executors who reside j in New Jersey. .At Westminster League Tuesday ev- i ening'four excellent papers were i en upon the Temperance question. C. I Harding -and Mr. J'arvis dealt with the liquor. question as they saw jt in their 'own-experience in ..England- Miss G-.. Dunsworth considered the problem from a statistical stand- point. ..Miss Pearl Robertson outlined the condition of the traffic "as it ex- ists in Alberta. was interesting and instructive. After boarding -the steamer one week ago last Saturday, there arriv- ed in Lethbridge yesterday D. Find- lay, D. Tait and T. Sinton, all of Newcastle, -England. They purpose residing in Lethbridge, and no soon- er had they disembarked than they said things began to look "homely." Mr.. Sinton is-a cricket player of con- siderable, note, having been connected with the favorite English pastime in the Old Land. The lease, inthe Oliver Block, street, .held for four years by different Chinamen who have conduct- -Be a bottle? of Cham- berlain's Colic, .Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with you when starting on your trip this It cannot be obtained on. board the trains or steam- ers. Changes of water and climate of- ten cause, sudden, attacks erf'diarrhoea, and ft is best to Sold by all -druggists. ed a restaurant known as the Alber- ta, has expired and the premise's are being entirely remodelled, and when opened about Aug. 10th, will be oc- cupied A. Ewert, jeweller and watchmaker. Mr. Ewert comes from Rossland, B.C., where he has been in the jewellery business for the last twelve years.- W. Robson, who in company with his sons, owns a large ranch in the Buffalo Hills, tells a laughable story of a certain young English home- steader, fresh-from the old land, who ds attempting to follow the agricul- tural pursuit in the Buffalo Hills dis- trict. One day quite recently as the young hopeful returned from a .long drive, during which it appears as if his team had' been suffering from thirst, he noticed one of the horses begin to the knees and show signs of weakness: Thereupon the. young homesteader- grabbed up a bucketful of water and dashed the contents at the horse's head. The shock proved too much for the poor beast and it dropped over dead. It was .the same novice who attempted to build a shack with five pounds of hold it together. R. T. Riley, of Winnipeg, general jjnanager of the Northern Trust, Co., jand a director of the Union Bank of Canada, is spending a few days in the 'city and district.- Yesterday he spent' H. J. H. Skeith, of Skeith and rTilley, financial over ithe country between Lethbridge and Warner, and during .the next few days will look the country in other .directions. The Northern Trust.Co. 'are making a number of loans on farm lands securities in Southern Al- berta. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Mr.. Charles Welsman of No.! 2 Rose avenue, Toronto, died at Ms summer residence, Lake Joseph. V Mr. J. McD. of Kingston, has been appointed by the Dominion Government to accompany Hon. Mr. St. Just on his tour in Canada.; The body of John MacAfee of 347 Manning avenue, Toronto, .was1 found, in a bush near Weston. Robert. Murphy of 59 Frederick street, Toronto, died from injuries re- ceived by falling hetween two C.P.R; freight cars. '..-J-v, Dysentery is a dangerous disease but can Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully used in nine epidenK ics of dysentery. It-has never, known -to fail.. It Js equally valuable for children and; ;wken De- duced with.water.arid sweetened, jjt'is pleasant'to take. Sold by all druggists. ORE DAYS 11 O TT C C1 1 Ur Cornell Iravis oummer bade A SALE where quality and believable reductions on dependable merchandise go hand in appeal to the common sense of every elvtliing buyer and ask for an opportun- ity of demonstrating the brightness, newness, thorough up-to-dateness and general high quality of our CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHINGS. HATS, SHOES, TEUNKsf TALISES and all the other cloithing fixings aman requires. REMEMBER, good people, we are planning for the want you to visit our through our stock and examine our goods. We want to make customers of of the promise courteous treatment whether purchase is intended or not. us get acquainted. Real Live Bargains for Friday and Saturday IT IS A WELL KNOWN FACT THAT CORNELL STORE IS OF UNQUESTIONABLE RELIABILITY AND RESPONSIBILITY. Have at all the policy of carrying the very highest class dependable clothing and men's furnishings of quality and styles procurable in the Lest wholesale markets of Canada, Great Britain and United States. Every stitch of merchandise in the store is of the highest grade and character and a G-SFUIJSTE BARCIABr statement susceptible to the fullest demonstration. Qome and put us to the test. Special 75 Men's good service- able Tweeds, a dozen different patterns to choose from. Sizes 34 to 44. Regu-- lar S10.00 and Sl2.00.Sale Men's Strong Tweed Sale price Men's Heavy Union Made r Regular Sale price...........85c Men's Patent Leather Sale Men's Bed Bandana far lOc. .Sale price..................5c Men's Wool Black Cashmere Regular 50c. Sale price.............25c Mens' Balbriggan 50c and 65c. Sale price................35c Men's President 50c and 65c. Sale price.................40c "Quality" The Paramount Question The high character of merchandise handled at this store makes it unneces- sary to dwell up on this subject. Suffice to state that an absolute guarantee of satisfaction will be given to every purchaser. Every deal will be on the square will be persuaded to low prices will be simply irresistible and no one will go away empty handed after looking over the multitudes of money saving opportunities in men's reliable clothing, furnishings, shoes, trunks, valises, etc. PLEASE in the store is reduced in price, but space will not permit enumeration here. Come and see for yourself. A Dozen Different Patterns in High Class 20th Century Beautifully tailored in Worsteds and Tweeds, fitted to your form. Regular Sale Remember Please This store is but four months every garment, every pair of shoes, Qveiy hat--every- thing is bright, new and snappy. A rare chance to get the latest in Men's Wear at SALE PRICES. Don't Miss This Event Every price and every statement will be exactly as represented. Mo catches-nothing but plain truths. Men's Nobby Green. Brown and Grey Stripe Worsted Sale 150 Men's and Derbys. Telescope. Crusher and Eedora shape.. All o Men's Beautiful All Wool Imported Worsted Brand, in a dozen pat- terns and styles. Regular and Sale Engineers' and Asbestos Fireproof sale, at...............50c Men's Genuine Stetson 1-4 shapes and styles. Special 25 Men's Hard Felt blue: fawn-find grcoiT? very latest style. Re- gular Sale FURNISHINGS 1RAVB CLOTHING RELIABLE CLOTHIERS OPP. ALEXANDRA HOTEL Special Men's White Canvas Boots and Ox- Sale MH ;