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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tremendous Reductions we have made in Order to Sell this Bawden Bros. Furniture Stock Quickly 1 n i ___________.... Nothing Reserved-Large Sale Tags on Everything Special Prices For To-morrow Golden Oak Finish Dining Koom ft. Sale price......-. CO OC x Book Case Desk Combined Eemnants of Linen. Warp Floor they last per yard g Mahogany Music of the biggest bargains of all..................... Co esc Handsome Leatherette price CoUapsible.Go or 85 Feather ticking covered Morris Chairs or handsome velour cov- ered cushions. Sale................... eg Empire Oak Hall Back with seat, very pretty "We Lead, let the Rest Follow" iv 5V1 and Carpet Stock Goes on sale at Prices way below any ever quoted before. Anyone intending-to buy during the coming' year cannot afford to miss this won- derful chance. Only a few sixes and qualities quoted here. However, every article in this entire stock goes at a big reduction. Jute pretty___; ?18 Tapestry Floor Imponted Axminster Bugs 9x10.6.. other prices in Don't wait until this Stock is all picked over 3-Piece Mahogany Parlor Elegantly upholstered with finest plush. Was Sale price 1 5 Many other Parlor Sets just as underpriced. If you are not ready for your furniture yet, we will store it for you free of charge until needed, thereby enabl- ing you to take advantage of these absurdly low prices. Mahogany Oval Centre Sale 3.25 Empire Mahogany Round Centre Massive Library Quarter sawed finish 5.95 Don't wait until all the choicest articles are selected- Hurry up. Kitchen All complete. Sale price Chair Eine article. Sale price Child's While they last ____ Good- Cloth Window Full 6 ft. Sale This is not a sale for Profit Have you been here yet? If not you re in the minority-Most every one else has __ "_ Private Sale! No Auction! All have equal chances BROS. STOCK At The Old Stand 608 Redpath Street Leflibridge, Alberta Private Individuals or other merchants, one same Low Cash Price to all. NO DISTANCE TQO GREAT-YOU GAN SAVE YOUR RAILROAD FARE ON A SMALL PURCHASE DURING THIS SALE cove'.'nis are runlet -wira ciissp ;ind wort-fnss pr.2- jvi a-ions to be of Some of are even labelled Extnct of Wild Strawberry." M'i'd Strawberry etc., in ilia hope thit the public may be deceived ami Jed to purchase them, thinking they are 'petting the genuine "Dr. Fowler's." For over sixty-five years "DR. FOW- LER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY has been used irithousands of families for Dysentery, Colic, Cramps, Pain in the Summer Complaint, Cholerc. Morbus. CliJera, Infcmtum, Seasick- ness, and till Looseness of the Bowels. Ask for Dr. Fooler's and insist getting- what you ask for. Price 35c. Man-f.icturei by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. STEAMER FITTED UP ESPECIALLY FOR PRELATES London, Aug. Canadian Press learns that the steamer which is to convey the Papal Legate and Western Cities All Show Increase Over Last Year-Some Eastern Cities Have Decreases for Victoria, whose gain of 152 per cent, although on a somewhat small- er amount, is noted, shows an even greater proportionate increase. In Alberta., Calgary, Lethbridge and Edmonton, in their respective advan- ces of 183. 12 and -11 per -cent., indi- the highest percentage increase of any city on the list. Peterboro comes sec- ond in this respect ;by registering an advance of 22S per cent, while Ham- ilton manifests her rapidly expand- ing tendency by appending a gain of 108 per cent, in excess of the amount The flour mills at Qu'Apndle completely Jtroyel D' Kingston. cate the -splendid progress which is tabulated in the same month of last Although somewhat less brisk than the preceding months, building oper- ations in June were carried out to an extent considerably in advance of the progress noted in the corresponding period of 1909. The returns on the whole are, to say the least, highly gratifying, showing as they do, an average increase of 14 per cent, for twenty-three centres reporting to' "Construction." These centres re- flect, more or less accurately, the building situation in every locality from coast to coast The ratio of gains to losses is a trifle better than twq to one. The West, in particular, made a most excellent showing, noting a cy- cle of unbroken gains, and reflecting a condition which is hardly short of remarkable, when one considers the pronounced activity of .the immediate past and the settling back which us- ually accompanies the season. Again, Winnipeg, which has a gain of 17 per cent., has the largest total amount for permits issued toy any city of the Dominion, having to her credit a total of as against 850 in June, 1908. Brandon, in the same province, is substantially ahead of her corresponding figures with an increase of 68 per cent, while Re- gina and Saskatoon, representing the condition in Saskatchewan, top their last year amounts to the extent of 109 being made in that province. Edmon ton predicts a heavy total for .July, while the past performances of Cal- gary and Lethibridge are possibly the best assurance of what to expect from these two .places. 'With Ontario, however, the fort- unes of the month were less propitious JBlve gains and five losses were noted. Ottawa and London experienced a fall year. Toronto, however, had the larg- est total by far, her amount of 550 per cent gain) being the sec- ond largest total recorded in the Do- minion. The comparative figure's of all the above mentioned places be- speak a most sound and- steady, con- dition, as does also the gain noted in the 'Case of Port Arthur, where a large number of additional improvements i Brandon, Man.............. Brantford, Ont.............. 7-algary, Alta............... Permits for June, 1910. otner dignitaries of the Roman Catholic church to the Eucharistic congress at Montreal, has been specially prepared for them. Altars have been erected for the prelates in their dii-feren tstaterooms. Each has some special distinctive William, Ont N. S Ont Ont Alta Ont Que 5 Ont rv 3 Ont. FIGHTING IN Arthur, Ont Sask John Teheran, Aug. Fighting is reported in the suburbs, the fight being the Nationalists and the government troops. Hundreds are dead and five hundred wounded. The Xationalists were routed with machine Sask N. S Ont B. C B. C 16 Ont Man 4( 30LSS5 302.250 Permits for June, 3909. 5 66.830 40.975 44.322 64.900 657.020 Increase, Per cent. 68.3 322.9 183.1 11.1 108.3 12.0 43.'6 228.2 271.5 109.S 26 212.1 15.0 152.5 77.0 17.8 1470 Decrease, Per. Cent. ing off of 78 and 69 per cent respect- Promise of early materialization, ively, while Windsor and Kingston are behind to the extent of 36 per cent, and 71 per cent in order named. Another city also in arrear is Fort William, although the loss (16 per cent) in this case is directly charge- able to a carpenters' strike, which greatly retarded operations for the best part of the month, -and not to a less favorable condition 'than has ex- isted heretofore. On the other hand As regards the more Eastern sec- tion, Montreal more than held her own, while Sydney overreached her June's figures by an advance of 212 per cent, the third highest increase for the month. Montreal's total of as against re- presenting a gain of 43 per cent., is a noteworthy one, especially so, in view of that city's uninterrupted pro-, gress. and the high amount it has re- a substantial upward trend "was in evi- 1 corded from month to month. St. John dence elsewhere. Brantford, with a I Halifax, however, did not fare so ain of 322 per cent, looms up with j the loss in either case being 34 per cent., and 67 per cent, in order named. BAB STOMACH Many ni Lethbridge Are Being Thor- MICHEL TO HAVE 16, 67, 71. S 7S.O 4.8 36.0 oughiy Purified by Miona, the Guar- anteed Cure for Indigestion People of Lethbridge, who suffer from dyspepsia and other stomach troubles are getting tired of taking preparations containing pepsin, be- cause pepsin simply digests the food FRU'T INSPECTOR artifically. cures. Pepsin relieves, it never And remember, pepsin only digests To Prevent Infected Nursery Stock From Gaining Admission Horti- cultural Development Aug. S. Provincial Fruit Inspector Cunningham has just re- turned from an inspection trip cover- ical fllffl animal food; it has no effect on starchy food, such as potatoes, rice inS the country 50 miles about Kam- bread, etc. Mi-o-na cleanses stomach and bowels, and and puts energy into tte and purifies the tones up stomach 1 7O kncwri modem medicine ths active principle which makes Physics- While thoroughly effective, they never Jjgygj, Joj If not them, send 2Sc. and we per cent ami 26 per cent respective- ly. By far the most marked feature of the month in the Western section was the tremendous upturn in Vancouver, where an aggregate value for per- mits amounting to gives that city an advantage of 77 per cent over the preceding corresponding per- iod. Accompanying the Vancouver report is the statement "that there is still every prospect that the remark- able progress of the present will keep Possibly as much can also be said walls, so that they properly mix the food with 'the natural digestive juices of the stomach. loops. He states that everywhere he found extraordinary development of the horticultural interests and special pains are being generally taker, to prevent the introduction or the spread iof fwit pests. Mr. Cunningham will few days it is able to do its work. the quarantine work in easily and without exertion. There will be no more sour stomach, fermen- tation of food, dizxiness, sick head- ache, belching of gas, or foul breath. Mi-o-na only costs 50 cents a large box, and is guaranteed by JohnsLon Jackson to cure dyspepsia, sea or car sickness, vomiting of pregnancy, and stomach sickness resulting from over- indulgence of the night before, or money back. CURES .CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Croup, Cougop and Colds, or JOHNSON JACKSON ynat locality. On the Crew's Xest line, he says, some danger exists of infected stock from Idaho and Mon- tana creeping in, and any weak spots would be remedied after his trip. It is probable that an officer will be sta- tioned at Michel to guard against such shipments from the east. BOY LOST AN EYE BY EXPLODING A TORPEDO Quebec, Aug. Silamer, a son of Donald Silamer of this city, picked up a railroad torpedo yesterday and replaced-it on a rail and smashed a stone upon it One eye was corn- result of the explosion. WM. P. CULLEN Offers the largest and best musical attraction ever in Letnbridge Pixley and Luder's Musical Masterpiece Is It Possible? The LL with GUS. C WEINBURG and 50 OTHERS 50 including tne ORIGINAL KANGAROO GIRLS Tnis attraction played at tne Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, during trie Exposition PRICES 50c to Seats on Sale at the Red Cross Drug and Book Store ;