Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Hotel to WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Daily Herald Hotel Windsor Bttt 11.25 Day Hottl In FREE BUS TO ALL TRAIN! 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 :o get the exact hardware and building supplies which, you prefer. 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. Sherwln-Wlliiami Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. SOX 670 special attention to mail orders .WALL PAPER BAEGAIXS Some sllslrjy damaged Wall Papers musi be sold. OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN. Come early and gei your choice. Remember the price. One-half the regular price. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE WhJtnty Block First door west Union Bank AftnU Urrderwoirf writtr Phone 1265. THE BEST FIKST That is our secure for you the best of everything in the drpg line. Best Chemicals. Best Medicines And Best Drugs That's why our business is growing and our service is appreciated. We stand for the Best Always and it is first in our mind. MhertaBrugandflookCo. Prescription Specialists 1.1, iimif, Perfumes We are carrying only the best odors made reliable manufacturers, such as Roger-Gail et Seefy Steams' Piver Try our No. 42; it's fine. Also Salon Palmer's. Garland Odors and Lilac Sweets AT THE SEST PRICES. TAKE NOTICE That We Are Selling The CHOICEST FRUIT On The Market 1st Quality Only per crate, 2 Ibs. 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. Grocerifts, Fruit, Vegetable! and Crockery Phone 1453 WHEN PBESEKVING FRUIT USE ONLY THE IMPROVED GEM SEALERS We have a large stock of Quarts, price per Pints, price per dozen Preserving Peaches, case Preserving Piums, -----Either blue, red or green. Apples, per case, 50 THE GOOD CO. High Class Prompt Delivery BE SURE OF FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS Just received. The "NEW GEM" in all Also Fruit Jar Rings Craddock Viner FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 BUSINESS LOCALS Albert Cascaden will run an auto livery during the fair. Phone 105S or 566." 201-4 The Carnation Club are holding a dance on Tuesday evening nerc atj S.30 p.m., Aug. 9, in the Caledonian Hall. All those holding invitations and their friends will he heartily wel- comed. Good music and a good time. 200-2! O-U-Heka. A real lair -week bill. Seymour and Haw in the jolly Chinaman and the Souorette. Also the G-ilmore Sisters, refined entertain ers. Be there Don't hesitate. The Barrie Carnages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm pell them. Show room at Athletic Park." 175-0 Special especially invite all out-of-town people to visit our store -while attending the fair. The Bentley Co., Limited. ADORE (a-door) A BELLE is what you'll be doing when .you fall in lore. After the "bans" yo.ur "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 TAe Store J. D.lijililoOigiJICo.LU Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. .03 CITY AND DISTRICT J. E. Vailey, late- oi The North West Land Co., accompanied by R. E: Jones, vho has been for several weeks past connected with the new attraction in Winnipeg during the ex- THE WEATHER Edmonton, clear 76 44 Call up Crown Cleaners, corner oi i Calgary, clear 72 42 Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo-1 Brandon, clear _..... 75 50 site Methodist church, 47i. j Regina, cloudy 65 53 I Winnipeg, >cloudy 78 50 Party attending Lethbridge Fair! Port' Arthur, cloudy 50 wants to buy bunch oi horses, and j FORECAST and months in Pincher Creek and district, wishes to meet seller at Whitney's comparatively cool today and on Kev_ j_ c. Switzer, JB.A., ..oi Bran- I don, Man., ex-president oi the Sas- katchewan Methodist conference, YOU SAY You Want A GOOD BIG STOVE At A SMALL PRICE TKY THIS Heavy Steel Body mJ Asbestos Lined 4 Tfo. 9 Covers Large 20 Inch Oven Heavy Linings SPLENDID BAKERS Ask for THE PLANET Square With Reservoir The McKeown Hardware Co., Ltd. Dufferin S? Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily CITY AND DISTRICT Wallace J. Dertluck, business man- ager of "The is inj the city arranging for the appearance) of that company at the Majestic the- atre Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. j 16 arid 17. The Burgomaster is the largest musical attraction ever in Lethbridge. They carry fifty people, and the cast is headed by G-us C. Weinburg. The Winnipeg Free Press! The Burgomaster was the best Lethbridge Directory, left on Satur- -04 r day afternoon to spend a couple CITi AND DISTRICT- livery stables, Lethbridge, on Wed-! Tuesday, nesday, August 10, 1910. Will buy in small lots or in bunch. v 198-6 Read our special ad. on page 3. A chance to save the dollars. The Bent ley Company, Limited. 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. 200-2 The Winchester rifie given away oi J. E. Lussier spent the week-end i at ,his home in Medicine Hat. f J. W. Richardson, 31. D-, oi Cal-j b-r Perc? Crosby, at the Crosby Shoe Store, 114 Round street, was won by a young man by the name oi "Burns" Flossie, returned last Saturday'from name not 1Mas at their visit to Winnipeg. Ward, who holds the lucky E. A. Cunningham returned Satur- i No- 17- gary, is in ,the city. Mrs. Joseph Mitchell and daughter, Saskatchewan and to- i day and on 5 Thursday a lit-! tl6 warmer. spent yesterday and -today in the city and preached a very excellent sermon CITY AND. DISTRICT The Granum Press has ceased pub- i a probationer, preached position, where they played at the Walker theatre. Inspector -J. Harris, of the C.P.R., returned to Lethbridge Saturday al- ternoon, after having davs on business in spent a few Medicine Hat. ior a year -in eighteen W. H. Fairfield returned Saturday afternoon, irom attending .the West-! era Canada Irrigation Convention at j Kamloops, B. C. Wm. Anderson, of the Rogers-Cun-1 ningham Lumber Co., has been ap-j pointed their yard manager at Dia- years ago. He did not find many of his then congregation here now and had difficulty in locating the landmarks. Mr. Switzer is on way to the'-general conference at Vic- Mr. Harris stated that heavy rains fell at Medicine Hat on Friday even- ing from four o'clock continuously un- til seven and frequently during the night. Lightning played considerably mond City, replacing E. E. Thomas. Humphries, the rancher from east of Writing-on-Stone, who was day morning from a business trip to Fair -week shoe sale is now on at i the Royal Shoe store. See our big. advt. For the Edmonton Exhibition, Aug. Winnipeg. 0. L. Munroe, of Athens, Ont., is visiting H. F. Judson at his resi-L, OK 10in _ .f dence On Crabb street. 1 d'a" aC'fiC C. K. Whittaker, day ticket agent Wi" have ln cffect at the union depot, has left on a "two weeks' holiday trip to the coast. Mr. H. R. Robinson, of the Bank of Commerce staff, Cannangay, has Ralph Slye, of the Standard Secur- ities Company, Ltd., has returned irom six weeks spent at the coast. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square Seal is one that we have a right to Ue proud of. That's our only bid lor YOUR, pat- ronage. "We'll give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. YvTien you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sash, doers, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we get our prices. I? we can't show you the advantage in buy- Ing here, then don't buy from us. been to the Claresholm branch. E. K. Beer, Of High River, will take Mr. Robinson's place. J- A. Sutherland and F. M. Viles, of Boston, Mass., are in the city. The (former has a large farm south of Grassy Lake, and is interested exten- sively in land in Southern Alberta. At Macleod on Saturday before Jus tice of the Peace Macdonald, three keepers of houses of ill-re- pute, by name, Jennie .Yucheka, Mol- lie WDlis and Ada Hughes, were fined 150 and costs each for selling liquor without having licenses, contrary to the liquor license ordinance. License Inspector Roht. Nimmons, prosecut- ed. Lumber Company, Limited ACAD IA BLOCK North Yard, 62S Yard', 4U Don't fail to see the pictures that ill be sho-RTi at the Eureka to-night. Fruit Jar Rings Eresh, first quality rubber. These have just come in from the rubber factory. 3 Doz. for 25c Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists For full particulars as to fares. limits, etc., apply to nearest Canadian Pacific ticket agent. J. H. Tabor, the city, represent- ing. Donnelly, Watson Brown, Cal- gary, have his Christmas sam- ples opened at the Alexandra Hotel sample rooms, Brodie Block, during week. He will be pleased to have merchants and customers Irom outlying districts call at the sample room, or phone "Risid" 1424 for appointment. Poor Hardware A Good House Is Like An Hat Well Dressed Man (jLet Us some fine Builder's Hardware. Stafford-Agnew Co. You Thomas Steele wishes the public to J know that he is not the man Steele' who was mixed up in the Redpath St. episode of last week. Some people have got the idea he was the man be- cause he also is nearly blind. McMahon and Quinn yesterday dis- posed oi still another separator. This time it was a Goodison make of Sar- nia. The purchaser was George and Co., of Macleod.' Men are still at work on the water main on Helen street. A gang also started this morning: to lay the plank sidewalk from Helen St. to Westminster Road. Mr. Coates, travelling representa- tive of the Smart Bag Co., of .Mont- some time ago, on the _e of being in possession of horses stoleh on the American side of the boundary, was on Saturday discharged. Several remands oi the preliminary hearing had been made for witnesses from Montana to at-! and did some little damage to the city hall at Medicine Hat and also old I struck a private house. At Coleridge his I Junction hail fell in considerable quantity. All along the line until about Seven Persons was reached he noted the abundance of rain, suffici- ent, he stated, to insure a new- growth in the grass and allow fann- ers to start "breaking. The Alexandra Cafe nas regained its former excellent reputation as tne City's Popular Dining Place under the person- al supervision of tne proprietor N. H. MURRAY No detail for the comfort of guests overlooked tend, -but as they did not turn up the case was formally dismissed, and the horses which had been seiz-ed returned to Humphreys. H. Ushyima, the Cranbrook Jap arrested on Friday for forging a cheque for was on Saturday re- manded in custody by Inspector West until this afternoon. His run away a good-looking young girl, in search of whom he came to Leth- real, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancou- bridge' amTed an- was' in Lethbridge to-day. He has been making a general trip of Alberta for the first time and is greatly impressed by the country and its possibilities. W. Hugget, for some time past the stenographer in the Citizens Lumber Co.'s main office in has severed his connection with the com- pany and leaves shortly for points in B. C. His position is now being fill- ed by Miss 'Munroe. Herbert S. Bigelow, of Cincinnati, Ohio, will be in Lethbridge on Tues- day, Aug. 23, and will deliver a lec- turesen "The Grand Junction, Colo., plan of Commission Government for on that day under the aus- pices of the Canadian Club. Olds Gazette: I. B. Brower, of Harmattan, drove to town on Thurs- day accompanied by A. B. Brower and wife, of Pincher Creek, who had been visiting at the ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Brower ieit on the afternoon train for Didsbury, where Mrs. B. will remain for a few weeks, Mr. B. going to Lethbridge, where he will be employed as engineer at the West- ern Collieries Co. FOR SALE laying hens, an Edison phonograph with 87 rcords, 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 a-t 8 p.m. in the Labor Hall, Glyn St. 197-6 other Jap, in the city after he was arrested. She gave the name of Laura Marquise, and when telling the court that the signature on the cheque tendered the Union Bank by Ushyima, was not written by her, she told the magistrate that she married the man in May last, and that ever since she had married him he had forced her to lead an immor- al life, took her money from her and beat her when she.refused to do as he bid. She was afraid of him and did not want to live with him any more. She. had an account in the Union Bank here so that Ushyima could not get it. A HUMOROUS INCIDENT A lady phoned in for u sample loaf one day last week and when we left it she was not at home, but the two youngsters were. When we called the next day she said she would take the 3'onngsters' word for the goodness of the Bread and buy a dollar's worth of tickets as the two youngsters had eaten the whole loaf before she orot home and they said: O "Quaker Bread is good, ma." Just phone 794 or ask your grocer. Be sure it has the label on. GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. North Ward. SPECIAL INVITATION We specially invite all out-of-town people to visit our store while attending the Fair. We can save you money. Our stock is the largest of anv General Store in Southern Alberta and we know our tj prices are right. Special prices on goods in case lots and unbroken packages. An excellent opportunity to arrange for a winter's supply of goods. See our Special Fair Week Sale advertised on Page 3 THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD.