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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I 61 TXAINt "Wliidwr H.Z8 Cay hottl In Alb.rti The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LKTHMIDat The Dallas 'Hotel J li the ind Moil l.nt Flic, to vruY- r. Preserving Fruits of All Kinds at Very Reasonable Prices Extra Special I'rice on Apricots, while ilioy lust, per 'Very LIHV Price on Jvenora BlucboiTios. JUT luiskel. Pouches, M larur sliipiiicur Tucs., [icr unite Itartlctl Pears. -10 lit. eases, priee per Extra Choice UriUsli Columbia Celery, blenched find very lender iind ei'isp; price per PHONES: PHONES: Grocery Oept. 871. le Dipt. 127 Ice Cream Dept. 627, THE GOOD COMPANY CLASS i ICi CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECT'ONEHT WHOLESALE fi. RETAIL Grocery Dept. 929. Whoteiale Dept. 1271, Cream 627. ON THAT NEW FURNITURE you will need this 'summer. That's where "our experience conies in handy for you ;uul it is emircly at your service. "We want you to feel that you can come in ami consult us at any time and rest assured'that we will give you our best advice and service it it be only one piece or a whole outfit for your house. Our stock is'new and up-to-date in every respect and will show our prices to 'be somewhiu lower than you are used to paying for the-same quality jjoods. COME IN AND SEE US Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE WEATHER SPORTING GOODS FOOTBALLS to CROQUET SETS to S3.00 BASEBALL -for the aud the professional. TENNIS makes of balls. Slazi-.iger, U'right and Ditson and C. D. B. racquets. weaves and good colors, well finished with balance anil pillows....... to ------Latest fiction and Magazines------ ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK VlRST DOOR WEST-OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC UNDERWOOD. Kdiuonttin. clear..... Brooks, clear....... j Lethbridge, clear i Saekntoon. cloudy i Swift Current, fair Hegina, cloudy..... Portage, cloudy...... Kamloops, rain Red Deer, clear..... Calgary, fair......... .Macleocl, cloudy..... .Medicine Hat, clear Yorkton........., .Moose Jaw, cloudy Brandon, cloudy....., Winnipeg, cloudy..... 74 5- Port Arthur, clear 4-1 Showers of rain have occurred in most districts of the prairie provinces, and the weather has not bebu very warm. Forecast and showery. and unsettled with local showers. fair and cool. Tuesday fair. .10 35c For Your Vacation Trip Take a fresh box of JlcCoukcy's Chocol- ates from .the. FRANK HEDLKY DEUG CO. We .tfiiunuitec 'our slock to be perfectly fresh- and priee to suit every pocket. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG-CO. CITY DJSTKICT Tickets Will ihe persons wlio liirrcliascil tickets and -I, Row X, and I urn! 3, Row H, please call at This is Important. Ask tor H. Ilocliou Bishop to Visit Warner Bishop Spreng. of the Evnngelical Church of Cleveland. Ohio, be at Warner, August 11. This wilfhe the I first visit of Bishop Spreug to tiiis nart of Canada. Lethbridge Leads A. Bowman is in the city frbm Louisiana, looking after some of his business interests here. He declares that Lethbridge, in its advanced inili- lic improvements and. general progres- sive appearance, beats any city of its size across the line. Witch Hazel Cream A preparation of rare nierit, one'fn which is combined all the healing properties oE witch hazel, with the soothing, softening properties of colt! cream. Almost, indispensable to the "woman who a-perfect toilet. soothes, and -renders the skin soft, velvety and smooch. JACKSON GO. A-Branch in Medicine Hat R. V. Gibbous has returned troni an extended trip to Eastern-Canada. He returned by way of Chicago.' His firm is opening an office _in'Medicine j Hat, to be known as A. V, Gibbons Co., and A. V. Gibbons will be in charge, Jardinieres SPECIAL PRICE 35c These are good sizes. They have to move before we do. i OUR WJtKHAM BROS.] PRESCRIPTION SHERLOCK ILOCK. PHONI lift Grassy Lake Hotel Changes Hugh McDonald, of Taber, lias ac- cepted the position of manager of the Grassy Lake Hotel, and is now in charge. H-e is well known ;ind popu- j lar in Grassy Lake, where lie formerly resided, and Is'a good hotel.-'man, which assures excellent service, and accommodation for the public. Dan Haley, -formerly of the Letbbridge, is in charge of "the bar, says the Grassy Lake Gazette. HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER It s-imply cooling and refreshing thesn Iiliatering hot days. Pure healthful and good. you.. ,you n-iM our Assorted Sodas? They are real nifty beverages; with the right fla- vor. Everybody's drinking them, way not you? Let us have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- Malting Co. Ltd. C. P. R. .Will 'Provide Service R. G. MeNcllie, passenger traffic agent of the C. P. R.. spent Saturday in the city. In conference witn'Mana- ger McXicol, of 'the big Exhibition. Although the announcement hag been made that (lie street 09rs would be in working order for the .fair, it vas de- cided by the C. P. R. to run trains to the' grounds from the. depot every half hour, as wag the ease last year. Excursion rates, single fare for the round trip, have been finally decided on, which will be In force! during the whole of the Fair week. Use your wife's whisk or broom chasing POTATO BUGS; you'll get into trouble have g few sprayers left at They arc the best ever.for spraying house, roosts etc. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store CITY AX1) DISTRICT Customs Brokers Harris Olson have gone into the .customs brokerage business Bassano Wants It Bassano is making a bid for the next convention of the Can- ada Irrigation Association. Building Permits Nick Speron and P. Christian, of the International Cafe, applied this -morn; ing for a building .permit, to make al terations worth' il 150 fo their prem- ises. The Citizens Co. will also add to "their shed accommo- dation. Medusa Waterproofing to be thoroughly mixed dry with dry cement be- fore sand and water are added, thus becoming an inseparable part of the concrete., Gives absolutely permanent results. Does not effect-strength, setting or color of Portland cement. Suitable for blocks, cement plastering, roofing, tile, cellar walls, cistern and reservoirs, elevator' Hits and anywhere where is required. .Medusa waterproofing prevents the fi'Mta which so often and also prevents tho appearance of hair'cracks on surfaces of concrete. Put up in cot- ton sacks of Carried in stock.' Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, P. 0. BOX 270 401-403 2nd BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phone 670. Hex Cisar Store.1 15-ft I have sold my business known as the Alexandra Barber-Shop to I-'rank Thomas, and I wish to thank, my i friends and juiUuns for their support, j 20U-1 OUSS. KRUSE. J. G. -Keaiibettci, sigu writer, etc. Photie 11U7. im-0 Kor class Kconch dry cleaning phone the Crown Clciiners. 17S-0 II. V'.. Browning, pianb inner with 'Masitu i: liiK-jh, I hjivc bought out tin- business of Criss. Knibe, known as1 the Alexim-i ilra Barber Hliop, situaled .in the billiar parlor of inn Alexandra hotel, j Soliciting-yuiir patronage, I am go- ing to build up the business ami en- deavor to please you all, 300-1 KHANK II. THOMAS.. 1'honn fififi Messenger .Service for pro.npt mcssapi i.nd delivery. Admires Our City Square .T. Ft. Cogger, travelling -editor of the publication was in the city on his way west -from Regiiu. He is gelling information for his jour- nal on real estate, and the feeling of tlie money market in the various cen- of.the Dominion, for advising in- vestors in the United PHRieularly impressed Mr.. Coggar was tile appearance of the city square, whirb resembled the squares in the cftt-38 of Spain! lie says he has seen nothing on the way to compare with it in the cities- of Canada visit- ed, net even in .Montreal.. He con- sidered It an Important the city. strikes him as b-a- ing eve of a substantial move fnra-arrf a far-rftnchiuL- cliaracteT. Hudson's Bay Co. Are Now Busy Op up the NEW I GOODS You will hear abojt them soon. CITY Send Samples of Barley SetTL'tary .Manwariug of the Board of Trade this morning received a let- I ter from T. P. Hice, general manager the Malting Co.. of Winnf- i peg, congratulating the hoard on their j. success in inducing farmers to yrow i barley in this section. Me asked that i ihu farmers send samples of their j barley 10 Winnipeg, and ho will give them a price on it. Goes to Minneapolis John T. Burns, secretary of the Dry- Farming Congress, lc-ft this morning for Minneapolis, where he will attend the conference of the Minnesota State [Hankers' Association, which is in'ses- j siou there this week. This associa- tion is much interested in dry-farm- ing, and several addresses be do- agricultural experts. Back from Regina Superintendent Doughty, who has beon in charge oC the street railway track laying, .during the past three months, returned yesterday from Re- gina, where lie spent a couple of days last week. 11 r. Doughty was called) to Kegina in connection with sonic j trouble whitih had resulted there through the dismissal of Superintend- ent Egan of tho Regina system. Su- perintendent Doughty was the first superintendent of the Kegina system after' Its installation. Passed Music Exams The following 'were successful can- didates in the Toronto Conservatory of 1111510 examinations held at Leth- bridge: Piano, Intermediate Aileen Dunham. Junior grade, honors, Wnlter Dun- ham. Pass, Aileen .Mary Jones.' Primary grade, honors, May E. Young. Pass, Pearl Blna Olson, Earl Morris, Dorothy D Stafford Myrl O'Hagan; Frances Perry. Elementary grade, honors, Agnes Alexander; Marion -JlcCambly; Annie L. Delaney._ Pass1, Inzolo. Bar- clay Dorothy A. Gillespie; j Arthur E. Humphries; Enid Mary Hamilton-, Thelma Annie Lewis Annie Jenny Livingstone, Outlaw Horses Hard to Get yon think it is easy to get outlaw horses, 'which will serve the purpose of the said H. Day, of Medicine Hat, who is travel- ling 'through Southern Alberta, plck- ng up the bail ones wherever he can find them. "But. the outlaws-seem to j be A few years ago a fellow could go out and get all the outlaws a dozen of busters could ride in a month. The other day I went down >to iMaple- Creek, and out of twenty wild Tiors'es brought in I got only one lhat would do. I expect to get some good horaes south of bridge, however." Mr, Day .thinks the Stampede is going to be the biggest thing oC its kind ever held in Alberta, and says that the whole population will he out in force. New Townsite East of .Hat Medicine Hat News: A new town- site ahout three miles east of-'the city s proposed. From statements made 'to the News -by C.'E. Brown, the late industrial commissioner, the project is now a reality, and wili he placed on the 'market soon. Mr. Brown states that he has been named industrial j manager, and they will have engin-1 ecrs on the ground Tuesday to map I out the Unvnsite. J. J. Costello, H. B. Barnuni, J. M. "McGreavy and C. E. Brown are the four men who are moling the scheme. Their exact plans j are not as yet known. They have -a j large tract of land, and they propose, to lay out a model city. They have ajrcady decided on its name, and it will be Canada, not Al- berta, says Mr. Brown. It is under- stood that there Is a large amount of money behind the project. CARD OF THANKS To' whom il rnnri'rn In of myself and family 1 wish to ex- press my deepest gratitude lo the many fricml.s who gave us their help ami sympathy in our sorrow in tlic df a tli of a wife and mother, and es- pecially tlic Black Knight and p.r- an Lodges lor Ihcir kindness and hrlp. KixjAit JOHNSON, Mines, Alia. Harvest Tools Alfalfa Forks Four tine, Strap Ferrules Bundle Forks 75c. Strap Ferrules, Bent Handles Grass Scythes Grass Snaths Scythe Stones Grindstones 75c. 90c. lOc. Mounted Stafford-Agnew Co. "Jf you live out ol town, write us." When using paints apply the best. Minerva Pure Prepared Paint For exterior and interior use, has a record of seventy-eight years, Goes Farthest, Wears Longest, No Cracking, No fading j The McKeown Hardware Go. Ltd CORNER 6TH ST. ANO 4TH AVE, LETHBRIBQC. SOME-PAINT .AINT- Why? It Won t Peal Off! Sole Agents PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question JT you your Wall Papers from the Kcvlo it's tlic 'answer. Saninlcs and Esliiiiales luniislicd promptly. _. The Revlo Co. Painters anc: Decorators Avenue South ;