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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .MMt CMIVMlltflt J TfccDmlhw Hotel Wact to. Stay WHIN IN LtTHimOQE idge Daily Herald v> J Hotel Windsor Bttt 11.26 Day HoUl In Albert! FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS t t t YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD RANGE? Then don't decide that you have fouad the good Range jantil you have seen the styles and makes we offer. Quality considered, we sell better ranges for less price than any dealer in the West. Buying right and in large quantities give us an advantage and you make by it. WE SHOW A BIG VARIETY of every size and style of 4 and 6 lid Ranges. TWO SPECIALS OUR STEWART "WASCANA" lids; warming closet and extension shelf, makes an ideal range for smaller fam- ilies. We guarantee it perfection in construction and working Price Complete SPECIAL NO. 2. STEWART a somewhat similar style but has 6 lids. The grates and castings 'throughout are of very highest grade. This Range also has extension shelf and warming closet A Range we recommend and guarantee uncondi- tionally. Price Complete fur Ready Mixed Pafnt. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE A RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE 0. BOX 670 tpcclil attention to mail WALL PAPER BARGAINS Some slightly damaged Wall Papers must be sold. OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN. Come early and gee your choice. Remember the price. Qrjo-hglf PRISON'S BOOKSIORE N.w WWtn.y Block First door west Union Bank far writtr Plione 1265. HAJVD BAGS FOB ANY LADY Rather a broad assertion might think when you stop to consider the particu- lar people "who are our cus- tomers. But a true assertion when you know ihe. extreme care and forethought exercis- ed in buying. Style, shape and finish the latest. Every- one is beautiful and everyone will serve you. Come in and see them. merta Drug and look Co. Prescription Specialists HOP. EASTMAN'S KODAKS QC 21 OD HIGINBOTHAM CO. LTD. Arc Aguuts for Eastman's Kodaks, .Films, Plates. Solio Velox Paper. See our stock and ask for a cata- logue. TAKE NOTICE That We Are Selling The CHOICEST FRUIT On The Market 1st Quality Only per crate, Ibs. for 25c, per crate, 2 I for 25c. per crate, 40e per basket per Ib. per case, kindt in stock The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery phone 1453 OQ M O -EASTMAN'S KODAKS TAe Store J. 0, Higinbottain S Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. BUSINESS LOCALS Clarke Co.'s dry goqds :st-ore wil close on Wednesday at one o'clock to give their employees an opportunit} to see the faix. Shop in the morning Albert Cascaden will run an auto livery during the fair. Phone 1058 or 566. 201-4 Kelson Co.'s store will be closed Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and will be open on Thursday even ing. The staff are going to the fair. Are you The first syndicate sale now in progress at this store is drawing big crowds. The Cfl.rna.tiQT! Club 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 There is a dance to be held in Red- ding Hall on Thursday night. Every- body welcome. The Barrie Carnages and wagons i are the best. Easton and Eckstorm [sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. i75_o Call up Crown Cleaners, comei ol Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 474. 173-0 In this issue is an account of a record-breaking trip to Itacleod IB a .j Model 17 McLaughlin-Btick. This par- i ticular type os not on exhibit at the Fair, but there are of ithe 17 Models manufactured by the Buick Company. j Party attending Lethbridge Pair j wants to buy bunch of horses, and (wishes to meet seller at Whitnev's WHEN PRESERVING FRUIT USE ONLY THE IMPROVED OEM SEALERS "We have a large stock of Quarts, price per doien ____ 'Pints, price per ctozeti Preserving case Plums, Either blue, red 'or Apples, per case, SO 11 20 QQ 50 THE GOOD CO. High Prompt Delivery BE SURE OF FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS JuU received. The "NEW GEM" in all size.. Also Fruit Jar Rings Craddock Vi ner BUILOING FAMILY GROCERS PHONE ADORE (a-door) A BELLE is what you'll -be doing -when you fall in love. After the "bans" your "adorable" -will want you to buy" her a house. USE OUR DOORS TO GO IN AT. They're always good and -work perr fectly, being made to fit to perfec- tion. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 EAT AT EXCELSIOR CAFE Quick Service, OPPOSITE THE EUREKA The very best cuisine in the city _ Short Ordfirs a Specialtv Regular Meals 25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS S2.75 for YOU SAY You Want A GOOD BIG STOVE At A SMALL PRICE TEY THIS Heavy Steel Body Asbestos Lined 4 No. 9 Covers Large 20 Inch Oven Heavy Linings SPLENDID BAKERg Ask for THE PLANET Square With Reservoir The McKeown Hardware Co., Ltd. Dufferin Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily CITY AND DISTRICT Rev. W. W. McMullen, of St. Cy- prian's, left this afternoon for Prince Albert to attend the Ruperts Land provincial synod, as a delegate from the diocese of Calgary. The synod meets on the iOth. C.F.P. Couy- beare, K.C., is also attending as a delegate Irom the Calgary diocese. STORES CLOSED All the stores will close to- morrow and Thursday at 12.30 P. m. sharp. They will open on Thursday evening at 7 p. m. and remain open until 10 -p. m. The Alexandra M M livery stables, Lethbridge, on Wed- The citv offices will close to-moJ AUSUSt 1C' Wil1 w at noon, 'sma11 lots or bmcn- 198-6 w n _. l A. Macdonald Co.'s store H Ostluna, Ot Stirling, is in close sharp at 1 o'clock, Wed- cm on a business trip. j nesday, the second day of the Fair. J. S. Amslie, of Carmangay, is in The Carnation Club are holding a lhe cicy" dance on Tuesday -evening next at Dr. T. Newton. Greer, a p.m., Aug. 9, in the Caledonian) physician of Peterboro, is in che city j Hall. Al] those holding invitations i to-day. and their friends will be heartily weU! The Tennis Club and tneir friends; comed- Good music and a good time. are going to have a dance on 200-2 mo-hr. rr_i, J. W TaHrvr ------------j. ----o----__ JCXiLIl. j vi uiiV C1UV, J. (qj J. CIl'KIl 0- Scores or automobile liveries to ilnS Donnell5r' Watson Brown, Cal- and from the grounds are a feature of this year's fair. Brodie Block, during THE WEATHER 80 46 Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear SO 48! Lethbridge, fair 81 49 j Fine weather has been general over tures have been somehwhat lower. CITY AND DISTRICT The thirty-foot addition t the street, is now completed, as well as the alt'eratio to the front of the building The SpaCC ot the Co-, tenants, is considerably enlarged bv Some light local showers have occur- j the addition, and the appearance of improved bv the change. Thi_ a be M x Manitoba and Sas-- todav, and on Wed- r -McKay Street Baptist chapel AUCTION you are: An auction sale will be held at 119 Glyn St. every afternoon and evening of .superb nexv furniture, consisting of beds, springs, mattresses, cots, dres- sers, commodes, book cases, absolute- ly new tinware, ironware, 3 new Chat- ham incubators, lamps, clocks etc.. ev'c. Don't miss '-these -sales. Remember every afternoon and evening-. W. L. Wilson, auctioneer. C. J. Lanrnan Prop. 202-4 lias regained its former excellent reputation as-trie City's Popular Dining Place under tne person- al supervision of tLe proprietor N.H, MURRAY No detail for tne comfort of guests overlooked and warm today and on Wednesday. will be served, 8-, ,-M hare his .Christmas 018TR.CT ;ples opened at the Alexandra Hotel sample rooms, E. L. Kicgsbury, of Lucky has been appointed a commissioner for eilllbltl011 veek- He he pleased taking affidavits. jto haTe merchants and customers T. B. Jenkinson and N Flowers of' districts call at the the Medicine Hat Stock Ranch, 'are' Sample r00m' or phone "Risid in the city to-day, in connectioa with for appointment. A. Ian Orman, Taber, and Mark Y. cannon, Eaymond, have been ap- pointed weed inspectors, and Jas. Rodeback, Of Raymond, a poundkeep-, er I0nr manager oi 7'he the Exhibition. Two couples of young people from 1 The funeral took Place from T. "s. the Keho district ia a i undertaking parlors yes- double wedding-at the Wesley "iterda-' of the icfant chaild of Mr. j E. jffiddleton leases this evening on a trip to Minneapolis a.E'1 orher points in the States. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square 2eal is one that we have a right to 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 al] anybody can do. When you yrant a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sash, doors, or building ma- terial of- any kind, don't fail 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-Cimnifigtiam lumber Company, limited ACADIA SLOCK North Yard, if! Jferi Yanl, 4IS J sonage this morning. Rev. T. P. Perry officiating. j Henry Kennedy, of Medicine and formerly Oi Owen Sound, Out., j is in the city visiting his son, J. jj'; Kennedy, accountant for Smith Wilson. Bradshaw. Of Toronto, geuer- al msnappr A? -r ijiie HS- surance Co.. and director of the tropolitan Bank, has been in the city i tor a couple of days. He was i around the city and district br 0 I R- Daniel. Frolt Jar Rings Fresh, first quality rubber. These have just corne in from the rubber factory. 3 Doz. for 25c Jackson Prescription Druggists and Mrs. Benjamin McGregor, of gyle Are.' ice cream and cake and an pYcellent consisting of songs, etc. NO admission fee will be charged. In- stead a silver collection be tak- en, the proceeds Of -will be ap- plied to the Building Fund of the church. William Harvey, general manager of the Standard Trust Co., of PeS- w-ho are heavily interested in! oranth of the ft.Jgnra. Southern Alberta, was in the citv I Cunningham Lumber Co., has Sunday and. vcsterdav With p I ed irom Diamond City, where he hus' J. Cummings of'the Farm Securities been or some days engaged in look-'Co., he drove over the district' He the company's yards there.' expressed himself as agreeably sur- The building Of the addition to -the; Prised at the good shoeing made this n fl C: _._ been. Poor Hardware An A Good House Is Like An Old Hat On A Well Dressed Man Let Us Show You some fine Builder's Hardware. itafford-Agnew Co. Hudson's Bay Co.'s store has stopped for a few days, pending in i struction from Winnipeg in regard to the putting on of one more storey j than was intended. j The Arrow Lakes Orchards Co, pur- i pose running another excursion trip i to the Arrow Lakes on Friday morn- mg next. Quite a nuifcber has al- ready signified their intention to par- ticipate. -The Sons of England Benefit So- ciety Trill hold their White Rose meeting On Wednesday at S p.m., for i the purpose of conducting general j business and initiatory services. At noon to-day a runaway aorse and rig dashed in its mad flight ftoVn Round street, and betook itself to the pavement in front of the Alexan- dra Hotel. It clattered over the glass settings in the concrete, and consider ably alarmed those in the restaurant below. Aside from the cracking Of a small portion Of the glass, no serious, -was inflicted. j year in the face of the unfavorable re- ports that had reached him in Win- nipeg. BANKS CLOSED .j. All the banks of the city .f, be closed on Wednes-day and Thursday afternoons on AJ account of the fair. j "THE HOLSTJM KINTD" Is just plain bread, made of the best material? in a clean shop and made right. It is clean, pure and. wholesome and.good three times a day. Plione 794 or ask your grocer. Be sure it lias the label on. Russell Street. 2vTorth Ward. FOR SALE CHEAP-72 laying hens, an Edison phonograph with S? rcords a famger 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 Unjon Local ISO, -will meet in future on the 1st and 3rd Pri- days at 8 p m. in the Labor Hall, Glyn St 197.6 SPECIAL INVITATION We specially invite all out-of-town people to visit our store while attending the Pair. We can save you money. Our stock, is the largest of any General Store in Southern Alberta and we know our prices are right. Special prices on goods in case lots and unbroken packages. An excellent opportunity to arrange for a winter's supply See our Special Fair Week Sale advertised on Page 3 THE LTD: ;