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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta It MM 4 MMI Tte Dalhu Hotel WHIN IN LrrHMRIDOC TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald I Hotel WJntisor J felt '11.26 a Day HoUl In Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS The Man who is Building will find this the best place to buy his building supplies. We look after 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. fur Ready Mixed Paint Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 tpcclxl attention to mail orders BOOK BARGAINS i large stock of paper bound IDC or 2 for 2oc A splendid choice o: bound 35c or 3 for Our stock of regular and 11.50 cloth editions now sell- ing 75c or 3 for is a wonder. FOR BOOKS go to New Whitney Block First door west "Onion Bank Agents far Underwosd Typa- writar Phone 1265. THE BEST FIRST That is our secure for you the best of everything in the drug line. Best Chemicals, Best Medicines And Best Drugs That's why our business is growing and our service is appreciated. "VTe stand for the Best Always and it is first in our mind. Prescription Specialists I, B. RiPLFf, Mgr. LOT81BGE SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for near- ly quarter of a century. Please keep the Dominion sta- hare consideration for our employees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holi- days vre are open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. S p.m. to 9 p.m For other urgent calls use phone 322 or Kigtt Bell Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door TAKE NOTICE That We Are Selling The CHOICEST FRUIT On Tbe Market 1st Quality Only per crate, 2 )bs. for 25c. per crate, 2 Ibs. for 25c. per crate, 40c per basket. per Ib. per case. kinds in stock The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, and Crockery phone 1453 THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 78 52 43 64 52 .10 AND DISTRICT John McCann, oi Coaldale, was in i the city yesterday. He reports thxej the city yesterday. He reports! threshing operations as already com-i menced in Ms district. j The delivery wickets at the post j office will be open on Aug. 10th and llth, the two last fair days, from S a.m. until noon, and from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. The lobby will be open for box-holders all the time. The Lyceum Theatre on Round St., has been leased by the Brown Amuse- ment Co., to the Starland people oi Calgary, cloudy 64: Lethbridge, cloudy 72 AVinnioeg, cloudy 86 Showers and thunderstorms have oc- curred in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Southern Manitoba. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- and cooler, with local thunderstorms. Sunday, most- ly fair. iair and com- paratively cool to-day and Sunday. BUSINESS LOCALS j Complete change oi vaudeville to-j night at the Eureka. Hurry. j The Carnation Club are holding a. j dance on Tuesday evening. nest at j S.30 p.m., Aug. 9, in the Caledonian j Hall. All those holding invitations j and their friends will be heartily wel- comed. Good music and a good time. 200-2} The Barrie Carnages and wagons j are the best. Easton and Eckstonn j sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 Remember the Fair on Aug.. 9, .10, ami 11, but don't forget that the Bentley Co. are selling goods cheap all the week. See their ad. on page 3. Read the Bentiey Co.'s special ad. on page 3. Call up Crown Cleaners, comer of JRedpath and Burdett streets, cppo- 'site Methodist church. Jhone j 172-0 j Party attending Lethbridge Fair j wants to buy bunch of horses, and wishes to meet seller at "Whitney's livery stables, Lethbridge, on Wed- nesday, August 10, 1910. Will buy in small lots or in bunch. 198-6 Complete change oi vaudeville to- i night at the Eureka. Hurry. i The Carnation Club are holding a, j dance on Tuesday evening next at 8.30 p.m., Aug. 9, in the Caledonian Hall. All those holding invitations WHEST PRESERVING FRUIT USE ONLY THE IMPROVED GEM SEALERS We have a large stock of Quarts, price per Pints, price per dozen Preserving Peaches, case Preserving Pi urns, case Either blue, reel 'or green. Apples, per case, 50 THE GOOD CO. High Class -CTOOBTI Prompt Delivery BE SURE OF FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS Juit received. The "NEW GEM" in all sizes. Also Fruit Jar Rings Craddock Viner OK BUILDING FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 ADORE (a-door) A BELLE Is what you'll be doing when you fall In love. After tne "bans" your "adorable" Trill -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 pe'rfec-- lion. A. ALBERTA LUMBfcR Co< Phone 454 j CHURCH SERVICES j Wesley Methodist us- LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK !lial services will be held at II aju. _____ and 7.30 p.m. Rev. T. P.- Perry, the pastor, will officiate. His morning Liverpool.. Aug. Rogers j subject will be "Parable of the Soil." Co.. Liverpool, cable today that the and evening, "Facing the Right Way." cattle on the Birkenhead market con- sisted mostly of ranchers, with the balance Canadian with the increase j and their friends will be heartily wel- comed. Good music and a. good time. 200-2 Mrs. A. E. Humphries went to BanS this afternoon. She will stay about a week and Mr. Humphries, Winnipeg, who maintain moving pic- I who has been up there since Ms at" ture and vaudeville houses in Winni- 01" lnflammatory i peg. Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, proteblr retum her' Brandon and Saskatoon. p- L- Naismith has just William Campbell and Cecil Whis- ton, the men placed under arrest for from a trip through returned Cardston Dis- that every available disorderly conduct the night before! binder in tnat section of country is last, -when the police found two young girls in their tent with them, were this morning released bv In- j specter West, J.P., who gave them i a strong warning never to appear be- force him again on any charge. i As the corrected list of Thos- Smith and were fined five dollars and costs .eachM at the police court this moraine; .or, being drunk and disorderly. the four OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square leal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for TOUR 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 land, don't Jail 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. Rogers-Cunningham [umber Company, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard. Phorw tZS Tint, 4tt nine of the twelve who wrote passed. j Those who were successful were EI- j la Cook. Glona Dunsworth, W. E. r Frame, Harold Hamilton, Leone j Kane, Lillian Kane, Clarence Ostlund Wm. Raley, Robin Sherlock. and fall wheat cutting is in full swing. He brings back usual good reports of fall wheat harvest thfre. Fruit Jar Rings i! Fresh, first quality rubber. These .have just come in from the rubber factory. 3 Doz. for 25c Johnston Prescription Druggists Sarden 1-2 in. x 3-ply qual- ity rubber hose, per ft- ...........7c 1-2 x 3-ply medium quality rubber hose, ft............9c 1-2 x 3-ply finest quality rubber hose, 11C Hose Reels M in......S5.00 16 in......S6.QQ 18in. Sprinklers 25 p. c. discount on all sprinklers. Stafford-Agnew Co. St.. Augustin's (Anglican) Holy communion S.30 a.m. Morning prayer with sermon 11 a.m. Sunday School 3 Evening prayer with sermon of rough, cattle. -The price of ranch-1 7.30 p.m. (Koly Communion at 11 a. ers dropped a cent per pound whilst Canadian cattle held firm at prices last quoted. Full quotations were: steers, from 14 to 14- 3-ic and ranch bullocks from 12 .1-2 13 per pound. m. on first Sunday in the month.') Rev. J. E. M. A., recror. St. Patrick's (Roman Catholic) s an S 'a.m. with CHICAGO WHEAT MARKETS Chicago, Aug. 6. The wheat trend uncertain this morning -with pri- to j mass at 11 a.m. .Sunday school at 3 1 p.m. Evening service at 7.30 p.m. The C. T. U. meet every first and third Sun- day at, -i p.m. in the basement of the convent. The Ladies' Altar Society meets every second Sunday in the month at 4 p.m. in the convent. Knox Church ces fractionally lower. September usual services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. sold at 104 to and May A. J. 3-4 to 109 7-8. Bullish foreign cables j Prosser pastor. Public worship and didn't help matters. Commission preaching at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. houses -were on both sides of the mar- ket. LIVERPOOL QUOTATIONS Liverpool, Aug. quota- tions are Id to 1 1-Sd higher against an upturn here. TALK OF THE Nearly Everyone in Albion, Mich., Praises Mi-o-na, the Money-Back Cure for Indigestion Albion, people in Albion are elated to an unusual extent he- cause of the many and remarkable cures which have lately been made by Mi-o-na, a dyspepsia cure with a reputation. Everybody is endorsing Mi-o-na. Here is what some respectable residents say: Mrs. E. Cass says: "Mi-o-na cur- ed me of stomach -trouble that had ixnhered me a long .tine." W, H. Mote says: "I had doctored for months without help. o-na and since using it the -dis- tress.'1 Mrs. Emma Overy says: "For months I had dyspepsia, bad stomach distress, pains and nausea. -Nothing I used relieved or cured till I used Mi-o-na." Johnston Jackson, druggists, in Lethbridge, sell the wonderful dys- pepsia cure Mi-o-na for 50 cents a large box and they think so well of it that they will give your money back if it doesn't cure. I used Mi- at ,_ 1 come three years N, Norwegian ago I have been free from Mr. Hunter, of Blairmore, will preach at both services. Sunday School, at 3 p.m. Church of St. Mary's Sunday, Holy Eucharist 9.30. Sunday- School 3 p.m. Choral evensong 7.30. Wednesdays and Fridays choral even- song S p.m. Also on All Saints days. St. Andrew's (Presbyterian) The usual church services in connection with St. Andrew's church -will be held at Redding's Hall, on McKay street. Rev. W. W. Bryden, pastor- Cyprian's ser- vice 11 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at-3 p.m. Public Baptism at 4 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. Commun- ion first and third Sundays of month at 8.30 a.m. and on the second and fourth Sundays at the 11 o'clock ser- vice. Rev. W. V. rector. The new church, it is expected, will be completed about September 1st Westminster pastor wiU preach at both services. Morning subject, "The Early Tears of Jesus Evening, "The Principle of Greatness." At .the morning service a juvenile choir will assist in the singing. Sundav School and Bible Class at 3 o'clock McKay St. Baptist School at 3 p.m. and preaching service by Rev. Mr. Hunter. All wel- On Lutheran Monday, August S at 8 o'clock in the evening at St. Augustin's Hall, close to the Church of England. All Scandi- navians are cordially invited. P. Lan- aseth, pastor. First Church of Christ Scientist will hold service on second floor of Mc- Nabb block, Sunday morning at 11 a. m. Subject "Spirit." Golden Text: "The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy." Revelations The Alexandra Cafe tas regained its iormer excellent reputation as tne MEon TELLS TBE STORY Made in the finest appoint- ed factory- in the World and by the best of skilled workmen. ar lace under tne person- al supervision of trie proprietor No detail for tne comfort of guests overlooked are supreme in the essentials of file service. They cut, stay sharp and are very long lived. So superior is their quality that every file is unconditionally Warranted Satisfactory TtieWeown Hardware Ltd. j Dufferirx Round Streets i We Ship out of Town Daily rs and aeco A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C L Upton Barber Shop in Connection Francis Bradley, the four-year-old child of Frank R. McMullen, oi Cal- gary, formerly of Lethbridge, died in Calgary yesterday morning. The re, mains are expected to br brought to- Lethbridge for burial. Baldheads Will Be Scarce When Parisian Sage Is Better Known It Keeps Women's Hair Soft and Glossy, Says Elizabeth House ISTo man likes to look older than he is. Every woman on earth absolutely abhors such a condition. Tou may be 30 in years, but if you are b a 1 d- headed or gray, people will sure- ly take you to be many years old- er and you will be helpless to pre- vent. Dandruff is the hair v JLJ. it "WGT'S TOU not for tne little vs destructive germs ?.r working with a _ persistency wor- IvOOK. a cause, there be no bald- Parisian Sage, America's greatest hair restorer, will keep you looking young and attractive. Dandruff is root of all 1 evils. If it JQXI not for tne 1} Can It is guaranteed by Johnston Jack- son to make hair grow, and stop falling- hair; to cure dandruff in .two weeks: to stop itching of the scalp almost instantly. Parisian Sage is the most invigor- ating, satisfying and pleasant hair dressing made; it makes the hair soft, luxuriant and handsome; it is espe- cially praised by women who have beautiful hair. Parisian Sage is for sale by Johnston Jack-son at 50 cents a large bottle, or charges pre- paid, from the Canadian makers, Gir- oux Mfg. Co., Fort Erie, Ont. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every bot- ile. "I have only used one bottle of Par- isian Sage, and, of course, I can not praise it as much as if I had used more, but I find it is a good tonic for the hair. 'the hair soft and glossy, the scalp clean, and makes the hair grow long, and stops falling hair. "I recommend it to any one as a good House, Man- chester Conn, CURES .CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs Colds, or money Sold arsd fro- JOHNSON JACKSON" FOR SALE laying hens, an Edison phonograph with S7 rconH a Singer- sewing machine nearly new, a tent 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 ISO, will meet in future on the 1st and 3rd Fri- days at 8 p.m. in the Labor Hall, Glyn St. 197-6 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 BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ;