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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald BUS TO ALL. THAINi Hotel Windsor WHIN IN UtTMBIIIOOi The Dallas lUtel I. Ih. BMt ind MKt 4. J Comfort and Security The Corbin Door Check to dose 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. jcei HickrSehl Hardware Co, EXTRA FINE BRITISH COLUMBIA Well bleached and very crisp. Wo Imvu daily shipments arriving. This Is absolutely dip fin- est celery chut wo have ever handled. Price per HIRE shipment 'of 50 cases of California Ripe Tonmtoes just received. KX- THA QUALITY. I'rlce...........2 Ibs. for 25o Or..................... Per cast 25 Ibs. CALIFORNIA FRUITS have a. large shipment of California Fruits arriving to- morrow, Including Plums, Apricots. Watermelon, Cnntelounes. Cherries, reaches, Apples and also a larec variety of Fresh Vegetables.' Wntcli this Ad. (Wnnnonneernent'o Pruits Vegetables to arrive next OUR PROVISIONS ARE FRESH AND OF EX- CEPTIONAL FINE QUALITY WILD ROr.E CREAMERY BUTTER-A shipment arrived' loday. Price per Ib..............30c KNEEHILL CREAMERY fresh ship- ment expected tomorrow. Trice per Ib. ...35c or 3 Ibs. for NEW LAID kind that stand the lost. I'rice per dozen SWIFT'S PREMIUM per Ib. SWIFT'S PREMIUM SWIFT'S PREMIUM BOILED HAMS-Prlco per Ib.. iiiiollier car of Washington week. Trices quiility llic B1-JHT. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL OUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 THE WEATHER G-l 3 ASENTS FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT 6" Wo Attention tti Mill Office Supplies 'When you need office supplies ring up 1265. We carVyn full-Hue of Typewriter Papers and Special Billed, Blank Books, ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK DOOR WEST. OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1261. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Dnigs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method and raanner of their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, txperie'nce and equipment assure that all medicines will be com- Bounded right. Brine all your prescriptions here to he filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. SPECIALISTS. A. I. RIPLEY, PHONE 772 PICTURES TELL MOST The pictures that you take today with your Kodak will tell you a most interesting story in after years when many incidents are We carry Kodaks in all sizes, and a full line ot Kodak Supplies. Take a Kodak with you on your vacation and bring back the Very best souvenirs your trip. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS U JOHNSTON 4 JACKSON, BLOCK. PHONE ALBEKTA'S PRIDE BEER RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Get yourself into shape for "that tired that comei la Spring and Summer, by fortifying your.coir.titution with Al- terta'B Pride Beer- Thia beer a tonic and strengthener. A glast or. two will renewed life and rlfor -when you really feel like falling bj Its ourity Is absolute and it is a predieestcd liquid food, emllr assimilated by the w.takest stomach. It IE a boon to those suffer- 1 IM from weakened dii'estivc organs. Alberta's Pride beer li brewed from best barlty malt and Bo- hemian hops, by methods strictly jnoltary. THE LETHBBIDGE BREAKING AND MALTING CO., Limited DUPLEX POST CAPS ANB BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd p. 0. BOX 2TO 324 SIXTH 8. I'J PHONE Mt I Kdmonton, fair i Calgary, fair 52 :t6 i cloudy S8 [Winnipeg, clear '3 i 1'ori Arthur, cloudy 86 iKamloons, elouily.......... 76 Nelson, cloudy 67 53 Scattered rains have [alien over the wesiern provinces. In Alberta the. weather lias been very coot and in! Saskatchewan temperatures have been low. FORECAST: wan and today and on j Thursday. CITY ANIUH'STRTCT A addition-will be made to i I th" Roman Catholic ton vent, school [here. A pi'rmit tor this amount was j j applied for this morning. J There will be- a very important] meeting oi the directors of the Agci- cullural Society this evening at eight o'clock. The case of Sellers and Rrouillette 1 for racing for money- thus 'breaking the Lord's Day Act, was again remanded till tomorrow. 0. T. I.athrop left this morning for Nelson, H. where he will spend a few days looking over the company's holdings of fruit lands in that dis- trict. -I. Mackenzie is spending some weeks in Detroit in the Cadillac Au- tomobile factory, where he will ac- quaint himself with all the new tea- turcs of the 1012 Cadillac car. i Four drunks in police court this morning paid over tlie usual fine with costs attached. Another young fellow was let oft with a warning and told to go and make a man of himself. Rev. A. Swayne, who recently resigned his position as vicar of St. Aldam's church, Leeds, Eng., a lead ing church of that city, to take part in the great work ot the church in the west, bus arrived in city. He will take charge of the vork at Warner and This morning the death took place of Oscar Harold Forseman, the thir- :een months, old .son oi Mr. and Mrs. Forseman. The funeral will take jlace from it- Cf. Addison's undertak ing parlors tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock to the public cemetery. Rev, V. Bryden will he in charge oi the lervice. N. 13. Hanmim, who owns a sec- Lion of land at Well's Siding, was out to his farm yesterday. He stated this morning that on breaking which was done this summer, the moisture las penetrated to a depth' of 2fi inches, It is the opinion of the ma- jority of the farmers that this fall will be the best in the history of Southern Alberta for sowing winter} wheat. Bruce of Hedyard, Mont., hut formerly of this city, is in Lctb- bridge again for a few days, on busi- ness and meeting bis old friends here. Mr. Beagle is now in business in Red yard, and Kays that, that part of Montana is just as good as South- ern Alberta, and lie says that that is as good a recommendation as he could give it. The crops in Montana are fine (bis year, but they have not bad so much wet weather as has been Ihe easr in Alberta. Consequent- ly most of their grain is already cut, wjieal, oats ami all the small grains. There was not much winter wheat in Montana tin's year, hut there will he a large acreage sown this fall. Soit'C of the farmers arc sowing already, and sny Ihe condi- tions are (he. best possible. The dry spell which affected Southern Alberta crops in -June bad the effect of short- ening their grain to some extent, and it therefore ripened more quickly than ft would have otherwise done. Mr. Ilpfiele looks for (his wet. spell to break soon, and thinks1 the. Alberta farmers will reap the best crop in (he history of the country. Your Attention to Our Glassware Tumblers All prices tip to a ilo.i. Our special at S2 In 4 pst- ierns Is great value. Ask for it. Glass Ju.a'3 2 nt. size, at 30c. in 4 pat- terns, is a crackerjack. Our Stock is complete. What you want we have A XT) The resignation of Crispin E. Smith, police nvigislrate of Calgary, j j has been accepted. t 0. Conrad, el Great Falls, Mon- I tana, accompanied the Great i Chamber of Commerce cxcur- I siori to Calgary, arrjved in the ctt-y j from the north last night, accompun-j icd by HowL-II Harris, who was with him in Calgary. Mr. Conrad left this morning for Great. Fails. WRKHAM WQS phone KODAKS and CAMERAS H-IAC on' en ad- vantage ot onr gicat nnge ot KODAK pOO DR' ill be pleased to show you ihe beauty, and elegance ot EASTMAVk KOD VKS We hiive them ranging In price from F1.00 to at Tha Family and Chemists Nljilt Day Telephone Nd 322 NIEnt Bell on Front Door BURDETT IS OPTIMISTIC Burdett, Aug. very careful in- vestigation has been made in this dis- trict of the crop conditions which are! in the most satisfactory condition, i The fanners as they come Into town j all have the same tale to bum- j per crop. In the close vicinity of this town we find there are acres.j of the choicest spring wheat ivblch'j iviIIJlaverage at least 25 bushels- to I the acre; 15.000 acres oC oats esti- mated to'go about 65 large areas of flax now in bloom, a small area of barley ami winter wheat which are only considered trial crops but 'which show this to be a country BUSINESS LOCALS Will Napoleon Dupliis see his broth- er Hriward at once at tlie office of the Chief of Police, Lethbridgc. Urg- ent. ;'201-1 Complete change tonight, at the Eu- reka. 4 New Features. Don't fail to sec our Chore noy at Lcthbridge Fair, Aug. 22-25. The i Lethbriclgc-Wcyburn Realty Co. 301-1 Watch tomorrow's Herald'for the which will produce 'both these crops well. Potatoes and -all garden pro- i (luce are now growing- to perfection and Quite a revenue is being made nv the farmers who all bring bundles to town for sale, and find ready pur- chasers. Driving through the country one cannot help being struck with the de- velopment work now going on. Break- ing is being done as fast as horaes and machinery can do H, Large quan- tities of lumber are being hauled out for granaries. Every few miles one meete farmers with the different kinds 'of harvesting machines, the agents for which are all working over- time. Twine in large quantities r-as shipped into the town and can fce piirchssed at :r.cst reasonable pri- ces. New buildings are going' up fast, school districts are being formed all over and new schools being erected. this goea to sljow that the farmer "is optimistic as to the country, and that this will be one of the most pros- perous districts this Tall. Tnlk.ng with the farmers we find there is one fear they' all have, and that is how to market their crops.. At (he present time we can only find the certainty of one elevator here, where- as there will be grain enough for four, and the one cry IB more elevat- ors. The fact that it is almost, impossible to haul heavy loads of grain into Grassy Lake and Row Island from the district south of these towns and that the crossing of the coulees south of here is so easy, In fact almost nn- noticeable, north of the Chin Coulee I makes it certain that, many farmers who now do their trading at these big doings at the Eu'rcka commencing lo delh.er thoir Crop3 Thursday night. Call GOG, the Lethbriage Messenger Service for quick message and delivery. SS7 Round St. incnTcxiEt." town has for a yeBr Don't fail to sec our Chore Hoy at. but with tho great crop to be hero, which .will make It essential that there he facilities for handling which do not at the present mo- Ihe Lcthbridgc Fair, Aug. 22-25. The Lcthhridgc-Woylnirii. Realty Co. 201-1 II. B. Browning, expert piano tun- ing, with Vasan Kisch 'Piano. Co., phone 781. VOO-0 Don't miss the Kureka. tonight and you will hear all about the big do- ings commencing Thursday night. O-U-Hcta. Don't fail to sec our Chore Hoy at I he U-lhbridgc Fair, Aug. 22-23. The I.clhbridgc-Weybiirn Kralty Co. 201-1 J. W. GATES IS DEAD Paris, Aug. a moat remr.rk.ihle fight fc-jalnst death John W.'Gates, tile- succumbed pcaceful- ly today In the arms' of his wife and ion. Clias. W. Gates. harvested everything will boom iu the fall. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS H is complained that harvesters comins west broke into stores and insulted women at Standpoint, Ont. A party of twelve officers and forty men from the artillery forces of Can- ada leave today for Great Britain to take part in the Salisbury Plain com- petition for the King's prize. This will be the first time Canada has competed. The German Catholics of Western Cariad-.i are convention fit Kegina." Cramer, of Hegina, was elected president. L Fire destroyed Sullivan's livery stables ftt Hamilton, Ont., burning 22 horses. Fall LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR SECTION 2ND FLOOR Suits Just arrived, our first shipment of 1m dies' Suits in nnvy, grey, iawn, mauve, hlack, etc. Serges, pana'm'ns and basket weave inaterials still voi'y strong. Prices to SILK WAISTS Navy-, green, grey and hlack waists in all IIOAV styles. Prices to The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. A Wasting Machines must go 20off For three only. Come early and get your choice ARTHUR H AYR Assignee Phone 57S P.O. Box 2? We Cqole'tt place In ROCHONBROS W> jMdl Cieineit pltct '.In Uthbrldge. Mcn'i Lunch.) SOUP, Tomato. COLD MEATS, Ham, Mutton, Pork Roast HOT Pot Pie, Pork Pot Pie. SALADS, Lobiter and Potato. NEW B. C. Potatoes. DESSERT, Apple .Dd Lemon PI. Peaches and cream. Vanllia Ice cream. CONFECTIONERS Quaker Bread You will remember the quality when you have forgotten the price Phone 1027 GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Cocoa Door Mats Steel Door Mats Cleaning Specialties Scrubbing Brushes Feather Dusters Self Wringing Mops Liquid Veneer for Furniture Waxoil for Floors The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER AND AVE., LITHMIPGI. ;