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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TREE BUS TO AL'_ TRAINS -J. I .Hold I; Se.l 11.2} n D.-w Hotel In V Altierta .j. ti, .f. J. .1. .j. j. j, ,j, ,j. Sly Herald i. WHEN IN LETHIIIIMI The Dalian Hotel li MM) i UM tt Comfort and Security The Corbin Door Check to close the door; Corbin Ball- bearing bronze butts to carry it; a Corbin Unit Lock to secure it. Such an equipment is a constant source of pleasure and adds a dozen times its cost to the value of the home. Glad to show Goods and quote prices. K61 Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. EXTRA FINE BRITISH COLUMBIA very crlso. have dally shljiiwnts iiiTlvlMx. Tliis Is aliirolutc'ly ilio flu- es! celery that wp have ever luuuiled. I'rlrc I''1'1 I'1....................................15c RIPE slilpinunl of SO cases of O'.llf.iriiln lilpc Tomatoes just received. UX- TKA (U'AI.ITV. 1'rte...........2 Ibs. for 25c Or .....................PCI- case 25 Ibs. CALIFORNIA FRUITS have u Inrpc shipment of California l-Vuit's arriving 10- moaow, including Hums, Watermelon. Cameloupes. Cherries, I'caclics, Apples nnil also u vnrioty of Fresh VeRelnbles. OUR PROVISION'S ARE FRESH AND OF EX. CEPTIONAL FINE QUALITY WILD ROSE CREAMERY shipment arrived today. Price per Ib..............30c KNEEHILL CREAMERY fresh ship- ment expected 'tomorrow. I'rlco per Ib. ...3Bc or :l Ibs. for ............................J1.00 NEW LAID kind Unit stand the tost. Price per dozen..........................35c SWIFT'S PREMIUM per Ib. ..23e SWIFT'S PREMIUM Ib........35c SWIFT'S PREMIUM BOILED per Ib., sliced ................................40.; j M alfli tliis Ad. I'orammiinreiiieiil, o I' another car of Washing-ton Fre.sh j 1'Yuifs -UK! Vegetables to arrive next week. quality'lhe BKBT. MAIN ROL'NO ST. 1 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE A RETAIL DUFFERIN IT. BRANCH PHONE 627 AGENTS FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT 7ia p. O. Box 67B We Qlv. gpeclll Attention tt> Mill Ordln Office Supplies When you need office supplies ring up 1365. We carry a full line of Typewriter Papers and Kibbons and Special Blank Books. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 126V AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Thc Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity anil pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner of their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training] experience and equipment assure that all medicines will be com- pounded right. Bring all your prescriptions hero to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. 8. RIPLEY, PHOME 772 NYAL'S EAS'EM We cannot begin to tell you in this small space the good results that are to be derived from EAS'EM, nor tlie many words of praise that we have received from satisfied users. NYAL'S EAS'EM is rightly named, for it Eooihes and allays painful irritation, -reduces swelling of the feet and relieves you of all foot trouble. PRICE 25c JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SucccMort to JOHNSTON JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 1232. ALBKKTA'S PRIDE BE BE R.ENEWS-VI3[ AND VIGOR Get yourself into shnpe for "that tired reeling." that comes ir, the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your cor with A I- berta's Pride Ueer. This beer is a tonic nnd a si.rength.ener. A glass or two dally win give renewed life, and vigor when you really feel liko tailing by the wayside. Its purity is absoiuto and it ig .1 pretHgcsted liquid food, easily assimilated by the weakest stomach. It Is a boon to those suffer- ing from digestive organs. Alberta's PrlOo is lirevvcd from barley malt and Do- hemian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. TlIK I Kihnnnlon, fair i C'lomlv f cloudy i i Port Arthur, fair Kamltuips, fair N't-lson fit! 55 .3S Tlui wi-atlu-r in MiniMoliu lias been modern I fly warm, a little cooler in Sasliaiclicv.'ari and quite cool in Al- berta. Sonic very heavy rains have occurred in all districts. i. .and j today. Wi'dnosday fair and cool. and cool Wednesday fine and cool. and cool Wednesday j fair higher temperatures. i II K. of Colgate, is in the city K. II. Turnhull, a London, capitalist. i.s in the city today. I A. F. Dixcm, M.D., of Spokane, is 'iX'jrisU'red at ihe Alexandra. i. .SchulU, of 7th St.. S., took out a permit this morning for a residence j valued at Yesterday was the 35th of Bislicp v ntl bishop. i Mank of Commerce. cpe.n a branch at-Grande Prairie, in (he I Pearn River country. W. Laurie, H. S. Beach and W. j Alkins, nf Cardston, are in the city! today to attend tlie Conservative I Tin1 gymnasium nfc the Y.iNI.C.A. I which tins heen closed'to be repaired, opened this morning, but will again closed later on to be painted. Craivfonl, of Maclcod, is ex- ihi.s aftornotm to bear the j ca.se of "Standing who is i charged wiih hor.se stealing. The condition of tin- roads making it impossible to run an automobile lo picnic grounds, tfm Wcstinins-! ter cluirch picnic, planned for Thurs- day afternoon, is postponed. ,t will held at a later date to he ;in- noEinced. Corp. Hossan. who is stationer! at, I'ardslon, arrested "Heavy an Indian, down there yesterday and brouplu him to the city. It will remembered that when "Standing i Alone" was arrested for stailim; horses, by ihe R.K.W.M.P., he of heini; helped by the Indian, and Your Attention to Our Glassware All prices up to flZ a Our special at pal- terns is great vnine. Ask for it. Glass Juo's 2 .size, at in 4 terns, is a crackerjnck. Our Stock is complete. What you want we have put- OUR WBNDOWiS WALKING TO WIN FIVE THOUSAND Ana Gather Sociological .Facts-Started Without Mo HAIR f ONIC gnajnnteed your indiitey hack if .riot Tonic. Have-you IriSd'it.vJf not, now is the We are. (3ai.ly-sending this preparation to points On the receipt of -'a. money- ...order we will ship at once. '-.Price TAe j.o. npfliiipsc3.it! Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No Night Bell on Front Door' >ney With thirty cents in Ills pockets, but.rich in material for copy, Gordon C. Greenwood, journalist and sociolo- Bist, arrived in tills city yesterday af- ternoon, completing another hip of his long journey by which he hopes to win .Mr. Greenwood left Van- couver. Wash., N.S.A., on the first of .May of this year, and in order to win his hot must visit certain cities in Canada, England, Shetland Isles, and Ireland inside of two and one half years from the date of starting. He left Vancouver without a. cent In his lockets, and according to his agree- rient must sustain himself as he goes along. So far he has done so hv painting signs al which ho is an although he lias added to his fund by writing short stories for various mag- azines. Me is also taking subscrip- tions (or the "Success" and the "Nat- ional Post" of New York as he goes along, and so far states that he has not heen forced lo go hungry. Mr. Greenwood says that he has had some very amusing incidents during his travels so far and expects to gath- er a great deal of useful information. At one place in B. C. he had his photo taken with an old pioneer who has seen one hundred and four years. However, Jlr. Greenwood says that he is .nut .taking the trip for the sake of sensational newspaper work, but more for the purpose of picking up so- ciological facts for use in his owi; journalistic pursuits. consequent ly lie was arrested for be-j fvOOALS implicated in Hit! deal. Yesterday jf v.'a.s cherries of Hril- ish Colniibia, today it i.s Initiators savc Ulc ml from Lvllihridce. nnd such tomatoes! i His. red. solid hicriniic liM, u'e Lcthbridgc Messenger Service for rjSiick message and ban- saje delivery. Office. 327. Hound St. j Sec the Uig Fire Scene at the Eu-j iri-k-.i tcmighl for'Mic last time. Sco THE LETIIBKIDGE BREWING MALTING CO., Limited AND DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. Ill's, red, solid luscious tomatoes. They v.cre at Frachc HIOH. grernhous-t' and were a laic .sample of the big crop hfiinir yielded there this yrar. lomalocs can't he, hi'aicn, anyway those grown by e'' !1 simvL Frache are Far ami ahead of any have seen. Sections ill, 17, 30, 21, 38, an, .'-OST-Hct-wcra 30, HI, 32, M and the north-cast charter of Section IS in Township 7 P. O. BOX 270 324 SIXTH PHONE 581 Knnge sections 2n, 3H and the name of The Scxt.on f'reek School north half of Sec. 21 in Township 7 Township S and Section 1 Kange 10; .Sections 5 and li in Township 8 Range 10 west of the Fourth Meridian, have hern creeled .School District undrr the if Tin1 Lancaster .School Dis- trict 2512 of the Province of Aiherta. Senior Trustee: F. W. Mar- den, Island. Four drunks appeared in police Dallas -Hotel and _ please relurn In Dallas Hold. 193-fi Hear Vie Turner, the sweet sinyer, at Ihe F.urcka tonight.. II. R. Drowning, expert piano tun- ing, with JVison Itisch Piano Phone 701. Don't fail to sec the Uig Fire Scene at the Kureka tonight. SASKATOON'S TAX RATE Saskatoon, Aug. the heavy civic expenditure attendant on the city's rapid growth, Saskatoon will Hlls year have a tax rate of only eighteen mills, including the school taxes, -as compared with a rate of 21 mills a year ago. The. as- sessment is placed at I vvnic" Is a conservative estimate Ihis mornins Ihp ilnink and disorderly clinrge. They I than a million above that mark were all Riven Ihe customary.line as i a Ir.SKoit in manners and morals. B'G CATCH OF FURS Win. Stewart, a brother of FROM Trie FAR NORTH Archie Stewart of city, arrived j fflmonton. Aug. a fur eatch in 1.1-lhhr.dge yesterday, ,vin re. JUG, brollght tho side here u, fuiuio, lie is much im-! by Colin Frascr and Ren Ilnrrsel, tho iiressml ihe city, and states i veteran Independent fur traders, there that it is much more up-to-date than leas than S537 skins with i lie had expected to find II. tola! valuation of about I PURPLE SPRINGS LIBERALS ACTIVE Everybody Out to Work for Candidate Sup- porting Pact Purple Springs, Aug. elec- tion campaign got off lo a good start hern last night when the Liberals held their primary meeting for the election of oliicers for the local or canizat.ion and the selection of fl deiesate to represent the division ai the nominating convention at Leth- bridge on Thursday. There was good attendance and tlie enthusiasm i was strong. Kverybcdy wants reci- procity'anil is prepared to get out and work to eel the vote that will send a reciprocity supporter to Ottawa. John Marsh occupied the chair. The officers of tlie Purple Springs Liberal Association elected were: President, .las. R. Milligan: vice prosi- "lent. Calvin E. Whitney; sec.-treas., Marsh: committee, J. Haering, chairman. William Rice. W. J. Bow- den, .las. Jensen. Frank rjanetti, J. Oliver. G. Da'lforth, P. Cook, W. Hud- eon. O. Henderson, D. Anderson, W. Lowe. Anthony Marsh, John Peter- son. V. Bennett. J. R. .Milligan was elected delegate to attend Ihe con- vention. Rousing and strong speeches were made by J. H. Palmer of Lctbbridgc, John .Marsh. Peter Cook, W. .7. Bow- deo. William Mice, John Haering -and R. Milligan. Reciprocity was the Isniie discussed and there in no doubt about the opinion of the people of Purple Springs on this Issue. FATAL BRAWL AMONG ITALIANS IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, Aug. a result of fight In the Kalian quarter of the city late night Domco Honco Is dead and Antonio Slonolile in the hospital suffering from slight wound the police are searching for unknown'who did the shoollng. The nhooling followed a drunken New Fall Suits Just; arrived, our first shipment of Ladies' Suits in navy, grey, lawn, mauve, black, etc. Serges, pananias and basket weave materials still very slrone'- .Prices (T LADIES- READV.TO-WIIAM SECTION 2ND FLOOR to SILK WAISTS brown, green, grey and black waists in all new styles. Prices to The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. A SNAP Washing Machines must go 201 off For three only. Come early and get your choice ARTHUR HAYR Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 We lead! Coolest place in Lethbrtdge. ROCHON BROS Wi plica Men'a Lunch.) SOUP, Tomato. COLD HEATS Ham, JIutton, Pork, RoHt HOT MEATS, Chicken Pot Pie, Pork Pot Pie. SALADS, and Potato. NEW B. C. Potatoes. DESSERT, Apple Peaches' and cream. Vanilla ico cream. CONFECTIONERS A prominent business ninn said the other day: that Quaker Bread is the. finest bread I ever ate. You deserve success." on are waiting for your addreve, to at to Itavt you that iample loaf. Jult PHONE 1021 t GILMORE H10 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Cocoa Door Mats Steel Door Mats Cleaning Specialties Scrubbing Brushes Featber Dusters Self Wringing Mops Liquid Veneer for Furniture Waxoil for Floors The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd COHNIR 5TH ST. ANP 4TH AVE., LETHMIDOE. ;