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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO AV. TjtAiNi Hotel Windsor J lilt J1.2! a Diy hotel In Allxrll The Lethbridge Daily Herald V.'HSN IN LETMifllMI The Dallas Hotel J U the Best nnd Molt Gr.ftvw lint to Buy ON THAT NEW FURNITURE you will need this summer. That's where our experience conies in handy, for you ;jud it is entirely, ut your service. We wa-nt you to feel that you can come in..and consult us at any time a" ml" rest' Assured that we will give you our beat advice and service if it be only one piece or a whole outfit for your house. Our stock is now and up-to-date in every respect ajid comparison win show oiir prices to be somewhat lower thaii you are used to paying for the same Quality goods. COME-IN AND SEE US Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE SPORTING GOODS FOOTBALLS "to S6.00 CROQUET to BASEBALL for the and the professional. TENNIS makes of balls. Slazrager, Wright and Ditsou and C. D. B. racquets. weaves and good colors, well finished with balance and to Fiction and Magazines------ ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK flHST DOOR WF.tT OF UNION BANK. PHONE tilt, AGENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER For Your Vacation Trip Take a fresh .box of MqCojikey's Gliocol- ates from the FRAJVK MEDLEY ORUG CO. "We .guarantee our stock to be perfectly fresh find price'to suit every'pocket. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. We Don't DO A DENTIST'S BUSINESS DO -Sell tooth brushes that-do not shed their bristles the first timeHhey arc'med. DON'T cwn a farm or the ocean. WE DO handle a very select line of-Chamois skins "and spo-nges. at the city. JACKSON CO., f PRCICRIPTION-VRUGGISTI BLOCK. i _ :_... PHONI im. A .GLASS.OF OUR "ALTHRTA'S .PRICE''.' BEER cooling and tlieae blllstering hot days. Pure healthful.and good, for you. Have vou irifld our Assorted'; Sodas'? They are real lilrty beverages, :wlth the right fla- vor. Everybody's -drinking them, why not you? Let us have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- Malting Co. Ltd. Gasoline Engines One 10 h.p. Gasoline Engine. One ft h .p. Gasoline Engine. One 4 1-2 h. p. Gasoline Engine. For Immediate Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. 0. 270 2nd Ave, S. PHONI 511 Preserving Fruits of All Kinds at Very Reasonable Prices Exlra Special J'ricc on Apricots, while llicy per A'ery Low Price on Kenora Blueberries, per Pcaclies. a large sliipuieni expected Tiies.. per crule I'ears. 40 Hi. etises. price per Extra Choice ttrjfish Columbia Celery, well bleached and very tender and erisp; price per pound.............................: 15c. PHONES: Croctry Dept. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Crca.n Dtpt. 627, THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FftUIT AND CONFECTONEBT WHOLESALE RETAIL. PHONES: Grocery Oept. 829. Dipt. 1271, lee Cream Dipt. 627. WEATHER Edmonton, clear tfS 44 Calgary, fair 48 -IS '.IS Lethbridge, clear ____ 40 I BaUIeforcl, cloudy .52 Saskatoon, cloudy Kamsaclc. cloudy Moose Juw, clear 74 4S Indian Head, clear 69 50 Sstevan, clear 73 53 Russell, cloudy 40 CO 55 53 Virden, cloudy Portage, cloudy Pierson, cloudy Morden, fair Port Arthur, cloudy Nelson Coronation, cloudy BrooKs, cloudy -.Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy Swift Current, cloudy 4s 57 .0 75 4.S 55 eg go 74 54 73 45 75 73 5S iJ-i 7S SO fiS 50 fiU 54 79 49 5''. Qu'AppplIe. fair ____ ilifbsomin, cloudy Swan River, cloudy I Miiinedosa, cloudy I B-randon, cloudy 57 j Winnipeg, cloudy fiQ 50 .OS Boissevain. fair 57 Emerson, cloudy BO 45 Kamloops, cloudy 7fi 54 Pentteton 51) Some light showers have' occurred and in one or uvo cases heavy, rains are reported, but rain has not been general, and Hie weather has been n somewhat wanner. Forecast Manitoba A i'eV local showers, but mostly fair. Wednesday; Gener- ally fair, with a little higher temner- a til re. Saskatchewan and Fair' to- day and on Wednesday; stationary or a tittle higher temperature. 35c Jardi ardmieres SPECIAL PRICE 35c These' are good sizes. They have to move before we do. CITY AJVD DISTRICT Leaving Carmangay. A. McXaughtan, of Carmangay, has purchased a house in Edmonton, and will move to tlie capital "city in the course of a-few .weeks. A New Councillor A. C.- Patterson was elected to the Carmangay Town Council on Monday last, hy acclamation, ilr, Paite-rson was elected fill a'Vacancy'.caused by the removal of I. Armstrong. Will Judge Grain Air. I-ongheed, of Red. has heen appointed by the government to judge the grain in Oarmangay dis- trict in connection with the standing field competition, and will likely bo th-ere ibis week; Work on Gait Gardens Work was started yesterday on fill- ing in the remainder, of the centre por- tion of Gali Gardens, and the whole park will be completed and seeded this fall. Use your wife's whisk or b'room chasing POT AT o BUGS; you'll get into trouble sure. __ We- have a few sprayers left at They are the best ever for spraying the chicken house, 'roosts etc; f J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store Owns Land.'at.Vulcan Jeff Davidson, brother of R. H. and T. R. this city.-arrived yesterday from Reginji, He left this morning -for Vulcan, li-e is in terested in land, and will visit rela- tives in- Calgary before 'his' return.' CITY AND DISTRICT Bench Warrant Issued A. MacDonald, charged with com- mon drunkenness, who WHS taken in charge last .night, and allowed out on his own recognizance, failed -to ap- pear when called this morninp, and a bench warrant has been issued for his arrest. Otd-Timcrs Here "W. Pollock, C; fSiarnes, and a party of from .Maple .Creek, motored IhronglKthe city this morn- Ing on their way ,to the mountains, where they will sjiend several weeks. is Critically III Alex. Adams, the MoKenxie El- ectrical Co., is confined to Jris bed, suffering with a very serious attack of pleurisy and pneumonia. His con- dition is critical. Transplant Trees at Park City Engineer Blanchartl stated this morning that, he would recommend this fall that several hundred dollars be spent this winter in transplanting large trees at. 'vantage points in Hen- derson Park. Direct Line to Lethbridge Carmangjy now. has a direct, tele- phone line to Lethbridge. This new line will not bo used by the towns between Car man gay and Lethbridge, but the towns north of' Carjnangay can Use the line. CHANGE SITE OF AUDITORIUM DRY FARM CONGRESS PAVILION WILL NOT BE LOCATED IN GALT GARDENS The auditorium, which the Board of Control decided some 'time ago, to build in the central portion of Gait Gardens, will not be; b'uilt." Although the plan was generally conceded to bo a most excellent one, there was one outstanding objection, and that was that it contravened the no matter what agree- ment might lie entered into with the fire uhderwirters, there was always a chance of the city getting into seri- ous trouble in case any serious fire broke out as a result of the erection of the building there. So at ;i meeting of the Accommoda- tion Committee of the Board of Con- trol held yesterday noon, it was decid- ed to drop the plan, and adopt another practically the saiii-e. which will give the city an auditorium capable of seat- ing people on the corner of Sixth avenue and Ninth street South, close to the schools, which are to furnish most of ihe sleeping accommodation for the Congress visitors. The new j building will be known as the and will be but a temporary tructiire, much along the lines of the proposed auditorium, which was I to have been built in the park. It i will have seven entrances, and four aisles, running the full length of the building. Tenders for the building will be called for in a -i'ew days, as soon as the architects, H. M. and W. A. Whid- dingtqn, have the plans STAR LINE'S PLANS Belfast, Aug. White Star Co. has issued orders that the third stean'ver of the Olympic class under construction here shall he provided with a double skin, rising well above the water line. This is in accordance with the suggestion of the Mersey re- port, AiVD DISTRICT Fixing Up Elevator The Taylor Milling and Elevator Co. have applied for a building permit for the erection of a addition to their -elevator, The whole elevator is being renovated, and put in good con- dition for the handling of this year's crap. Wanton Has Good Crops Roy Bridges, who owns a large ranch west of Kanton, is'in ithe city today. To the Herald he said that he was surprised to see the farmers cut- ting theLeUi'D-ridge dis- trict. Crops.around Nauton were nev- er better, growth has been 'rank that-no cutting 'will be done for The yi-ald in the Nan- .on district will be exceedingly heavy. Cattle ibr the Farm A. K. believes in mixed farm- ing. He owns a big farm near Wil- son, and is going' to put a lot.of stock to feed on it, this" fall., He ha.a just returned from Winnipeg, he purchased four carloads of cattle for this purpose. Big Cattle Dealer Here W. I r. Fares, of the firm of Gordon, Ironsides Fares, the largest dealers in cattle In the West, is in the city today. Mr, Fares has just returned from a -trip through th-o Cardston country, where ho was closing1 con- tracis Tor several largo Hhlpiilents of cattle. BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage .seivice, phoot 479. Rex Cigar Store. .1. G. Leadbeltcr, sign writer, etc. Phone 1167. 110-j For high class French. phoni: 471, the Crown II. R Browning, piano lutier'withj Mason Risrli, Ltd., plinne 200-0 Phone Bfifi (Iir.'Mesap'ngcr' Service for prompt dalivcry. Twenty Hural TJio rural telephone line; to the west of Carmangay will ho completed In another week if the weather re- nulus favorable, -Th-aro will be twen- ty piiones on this lino which will be divided Into .two with nine-'phones and (he other with el Halls for Congreis At a meeting of ..the. Accommodation committee of the Board of Control held yesterday noon, it was decided to use several of the halls in the busi- ness .section of the city for sleeping j accommodation for the visitors during the Congress week. It is now ed th'at between and people will visit Lethbridge during the Con- gress, and every hall will have to be called' Into use. BORN Mr. and Mri. H. B. Brooks, 1001 8th Are. 3., Carmangay's Good Record Carmangay Sun: Mr. C. FT. Murray, principal of Carmangay school, Tiiade n record at the recent public school leaving examinations, of which .he might well feel proud. He sent up three-pupils. Mary Snyder, Dee Folk, and Deral Huninion, and they were all successful. When yon take con- sideration the fact that only -15 per ce.nL.'wcre successful at this examina- tion, JOO per cent, from Carmangay school, is surely Out of 20 that wrote in Carmangay, only nine passed. Black Spring Ridge school passed three out of six, the successful ones, were; Jonas and Lydia Uulinen anil -Roy Swerdfoger. Champion KChqp! passed one, and Barons school Three pupils en grade IX. the but the results of this examination have not been pub-: JUhed yet. Harvest Tools Alfalfa Forks Four'tine, Strap Ferrules Bundle Forks 75c. Strap Ferrules, Bent Handles Grass Grass Snaths Scythe Stones Grindstones 75c. 90c. lOc. Mounted Stafford-Agnew Go. ''If you live out of town, write us." When using paints apply the best. Minerva Pure Prepared Paint For exterior and interior use, has a record ofs seventy-eight years. Goes farthest Wears Longest, No Cracking, No Fading The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, CORNER 6TH AND 4TH AV6, LETHBRIDQI. SOME PAINT ;.AINT- Wliy? It Won't Peal Off Sole Agents PHONE 171 .POET OFFICE BOX 88 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If yon 'buy your Wall I'apei's h'oni (lie lievlo Co., it's lie -iHiNAver. Samples ami Estimates furnished The Revlo Co. South ;