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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ll TO Av. TSAIN8 Hotel Windsor I Oay liotel In I Alb.rti 'A .1 o The Lethbridge Daily Herald V.'KiEH-IN .UlTHfnitMI Tho'Dallas IB the Suit and Mort Crlivon- Pliu to Stay oturtiay Specials COOP Qffg A SOLID OAK DINING CHAIR iMnTw'ole chair'before looking iiUhe price and the prise will be big one. Red Currants for Jelly or Preserving From (lie Warden Spol of. .Allwia. FOR SATURDAY ONLY! We Offer this Beau- tiful Chair for A shipment ot these extra (lav Allienn drown lied Curnuils to arrive Thursday. 1'rice per ib. 20c. A vory choice selection of preserving iriiit I'or tills wi-ek. WASHINGTON PLUMS. 4 lo medium sized red or blue plum ot excep- tional quality, per crate CALIFORNIA PLUMS, blue and red, price per crale BARTLETT PEARS, in cases weighing -10 Ibs. net. Hricy per cuse................... KENORA BLUEBERR'ES, the sep.son will '.lot last niiirll longer anii.ihi- price vl'l not be any lower. Price per basket.............. PRESERVING PEACHES, Hie Carman and sever- al other varieties, all good preserving stock, price per crate A SNAP OX Al'PLES BY T.UK -CASE Kstra fine quality, not a very apple, bill everyone sound and a fine eating', or a good cooking apple 20 p.ounds net weight to the box; price per box Get your preserving fruit while the price and nuiilily is right. PHONE3: Grocery Dept. S25. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS ICE CREAK FfiUIT AND WHOLESALE t RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. Wholesale Dept. 1271, Cream Dept. 6Z7. Remembsr (lie quantity is limited and you must get here early to secure yours. Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE How Do You Spend Your Evefliiiijs? Four Hours of Solid Pleasur. for Sixty-five Cents Here are a few of the titles: Going Some; of In- ,lr- Trillion King; The Masters Violin; The Depot Master; Light Fingered Gentry; Lin McLean; Grip of the Bookmaker; Countsrstroke; Pool of Flame; Held for Orders; 54-10 or right; Pam; Checkers; The Road to Providence; bilver Horde. Over 300 titles at 65 cents, two for ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK DOOR WEST UNION PHONE Ulfc XGEIJTS FOB EMPIRE AND UNDEBWOOD WEATHER j j Kdmontun...................... 5S Calgary 71 Letllbridee SO 49 Moose Jaw.................. Tl 17 j Winnipeg 73 50 j Red Deer .ill -16 Maelcod 80 50 Medicine Hit................ Sli 56 Saskatoon 77 50 75 50 j Urandon........................ -73 47 j Nelson......................... S3 50 i The weather throughout, the prairie provinces has been mostly line and j warm. FORECAST: Manitoba and 'Sas-j katchcwan Fine lin'.i niodctatcly j warm today and but j mcstly fair and wanu1 Loilar and Sat- urday. KODAKS We have'been recently appointed agents 'for the Ca.'iiidian Kodak Cfoccls ar- riving daily. Amateur.Ayork finished by a professional photographer at' The Frank HedJey Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. CITY AND DISTRICT Sister of Ctaresholm Man Mrs. Louisa Williams, aged 73 years died at Edmonton. She was a sister of EL'P. Williams, of Getting Better Mr. Alex. Adams, who has been ser- iously ill for'sbme days, is now pro- gressing favorably. How's Your Blood Are you feeling well? Are you in'Srie condition? Do you go to yomfdaily jasks ftill'of energy, and Are you with- staaiing the beat in good shape? It not, Nyals' Blood Purifier tt wall give you energy, vim, enthusiasm and put the necessary into you. up the your system strong. will only cost you Band Concert Weather permitting, the City- Band will give a concert iii the -Gait Gar- dens tonight at S o'clock. Bank Clearings bank cl-eariugs for the week ending -August s lvcre as compared to for the cor- responding week a 'year ago. This is an increase of 26'per 'cent. Rehearsal Tonight The members of Wesley Church choir are requested to' meet- for re- Irearaal in the church this evening at S o'clock sharp. Plans'for'the coin- ing winter's 'work announced. W E H A Y E' IIOYKD OUR NEW STORE 510 3rd Ave. Seo us. there tomor- row. PHONE 556 JACKSON GO. PRE1CRIPTION BftUGCItTt fHERLOCK IL9CK. PHONI HAVE A.GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S BEER rt is simply cooling" afld refreshing these blistering hot days. Pure healthful and'good-for you. Have you tried our Assorted ,Sodas? They are real nifty beverages, with the risht fla- vor. Everybody's drinking them, way not .Let us have., your order. The Lethbridge Brew- Malting Co. Ltd. Professor Miller Here Professor .T. M. Miller, of Robert- son College, Edmonton, arrived in the city last evening, and occupy th-a pulpit of Knox Church qti Sunday at hoth services. G. P. R. Depot Being Painted now busy painting the interior and exterior of the C. P.-R. depot. This work, along with other, improvements, will be completed in goc-d time for the Dry-Farming Con- greas. Bars Open Again The Bassano hotel bars, which were clos-ad for some day's by an order of the License department', are oper- ating again. The suspension was due to the deliberate -breaches of "the li- cense act. To Confer About Iron Works A nveeting between the Boird of Trade, the City Council'and-1 C.' B. Ma- grath, of the Works, has been arranged for next ilomlay afternoon, when the industrial site question will be discussed, Palm Olive Oreafn We opened ft large c'oh'sisnnlent "of" these popular toilet-reauisites. Mail- orders solicited and promptly filled. J. D. Higinbotham Go., Ltd. The Rexall Store CITY ANI) DISTRICT C. p. F. Officer Here 1 High Court Officer Strong, of the C. O. F., is a visitor in the city. Moved to New Store Kirkham have removed to their new store on Third avenue South. Gale Postponed The auction sale at '123 Sixth street South, advertised for Saturday (tor morrow) afternoon, Ijy H. Galvln Co. (Jas. B. Gibbon, has been postponed .until further notice. Swat the Fly! Or better still buy some of those and they will do the work for you. Nyals, Death to Files..................-.'.. 10c buyr. a large packet Wilson's: F.ly padi 10c a .packet.. Iriiect Powder .25c for a large tin. Tanglefoot, by the box or tingle sheet, at a good price. Fly Coils, clean and 5c each; 3 (or lOc Kenny Allin THE DRUGGISTS STATIONERS, Lethbridge, Oliver. Block, "Next Dallas Hotel BUSINESS LOCALS For quick service, phone 670. Rex Cicar Store. 13-0 For high class French.dry cleaning Crown 'US-0 A'special meeting of Ihn Canadian Order of Fore.stcra will hu held to-i night in the Caledonian hall at {p.m. Court Officer Bro. Strong: I of Hraiitford, will uddrzss !lic meal- j ing. All members ictiuss'.eil lo attend, j Refreshments will be served. 201-11 U. K. Hrmvnins, piiino timer with Mason Hisch, IAd., phone 791. 200-0 Phone (ifiti tliji pro.npt message and deli vet v. 1'lione .515 hananas 2oc. per green corn 15c. per rioz. C. Tec- pic, high class grocer. 201-1 j The Brown Hotly Tea Hootn ,is op-., en on .Saturday from II lo fi; Lunch served from 12 to 2. 13-1-1' C. Tecple is baniinas for 25c. per duz., green corn 15c. per dox. Phone 515. 201-1 Five Thousand Letters a Day There is some publicity literature being sent out from the office of the Dry-Farming Congress these days During the past week an average of letters a day have gone through the local jiosJ office from the publicity department the Congress alone. Delegates to Convention. H. A. McKlIlop and IX J. Whitnej were last night appointed delegates to the Western Canada Irrigation con ve-nlion to bo held in Kelowim next wook. Magistrate In a Quandary Two drunks app-aarcd before Jla (rate, Bentlcy this inorniug, ;uid wore dismissed with a The mag: istrate is in !o know 'what to do with the drunks without money. It is-no use to fine them, and they cannot be sent to jail, for jail mid Ilva guard room at the bar- racks arc filled to overflowing.. Sp it Icplrs.as If'the booj-.e.'arlfst.s wiio Visit polico court, wcrft in for an easy time for a lilMc' While ycti CITY AND DISTRICT Eager for Information i Anyone who can give any informa-} tiou as to the of John! Hurley or John Huglics, ngeil about j 00, is urgently requested to write Mrs. j Margaret Hughes, Sagamore P. O., I Armstroug County. Forestry Convention The Canadian Forestry Association will hold its annual convention at Vic- toria on September !i. 4. and 5. The Board of Trade has been asked to ap- point delegates, but the matter was last night laid over till another ineet- iifg.' Should Have Through Sleeper At last night's meeting of the Board of Trade, it was decided to ask the C. P. Pi. to reserve two or more sec- tions in tile Pullman sleepers for pas- seugors off the Crow's iN'ect night trains to .Winnipeg. The Board be- lieves that the ideal solution of the problem would he to endeavor to get the company to place one through sleeper from Kootenay Landing to Winnipeg at the disposal of pnssen gers -from the Crow's Nest division. The matter will be taken up further with R. G. JlcNellie, district passen- ger agent at Calgary. i Stamps in Rolls The question of putting stamps in rolls for in stamp-affixing ma- chines has been brought to the atten- tion of the Post Office department .'or some time rpast. Numerous applica- tions have been- received from ioth insurance companies and other 'large firms doing business throughout the country, and the government has de- cided tP.'Comply with the request, and is-now. in a position to supply these stamps, in the one cent and two-cent denominations, in rolls of five hun- dred. These stamps will be supplied to the public at an their value of six cents per roll of five hun- dred stamps, for both the one cent and two cent denominations. Russian's Vicious Attack Medicine Hat News: Cywski, a Rus- sian Pole, is being held at the H. N. W. M. P. barracks to await trial on a charge c.f assaulting Sir. McHeury, of the Redclifi Milling Co. The fracas occurred ou Tuesday night and was caused by Mr. McHenry ordering Cywslti off the .Milling Co.'s premises. H appears that the Pole has for some time .been working for the Milling Co. and has been sleeping on the premis- es. He was dismissed from there, and when told that he would have to get off premises, he grabbed a shovel aiid struck Mr. McHenry on the head, knocking him unconscious. Another Redciift man went to his assistance, but received the same freatm'ent that had been handed out'to'JIr. Cywski was arrested, and brought .to the city, where he is being held until the injured men recover sufficiently to give evidence. Mr. Mcllenry's con- dition was so serious that lie was im- mediately taken to the hospital, and he only regained consciousness last night. Women In a Scrap On Wednesday morning, about two o'clock the residents ot Sixth street South, were awakened from their j peaceful slumbers by a real old Donny b-rook row' in one of the houses near the 'Majestic Theatre.. The noise could he heard for blocks, and the startled neighbors thought that mur- der was being done. Mayor Hatch was awakened by the disturbance, and called the police, he himself going to the house where a scene of (rouble was in evidence. A family quarrel was on hand. Two women, Mrs. Floyd I.ang ami Mrs. A. R. Blount, were thp participants. The treatment Ill-ay were handing each other was not what one would look -for in polite society, and the language was wiiat one might expect in more doubtful placeti; The Mayor ordered the two women arrested, and tills morning Mrs. Lang appeared before Magistrate 'Bentley. She was found guilty of cre- ating a disturbance by fighting, and fined .five anil costs. The olher wo- man failed to appear, and it is under- stood that.she Is no longer a resident of I he Radical Reductions on Extra Lace Curtain Offer i Our entire drapery department stock ,of bright' clean S desirable goods at prices that have no .precedent iu t.tie.aiiuals of local merchandising. You can. curtain every window in year hourw n'ul save more money'by doing so than at any former; time in Tour whole lite. Better act 'at once. Our regular 510.00 Haud-mailo Rittenbmg Cm-tarns Sale price lier pair.............., Our regular 58.00 Irish linen scrim curtains Sale price, per pair Our regular ?4.00 NottmKham Laco-Curtsans Stile Price per pair Our regular GOc. 70c and SOc Nottingham lace Curtains Sale Price per 'pair All our Illuminnled Madras Sale price, per yard 20 Per Cent Discount ON ALL OUR CARPETS, MATS, ETC., FOR CASH-ONLY. Bawden Brothers Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnisher! 709-THIRD AVE..SOUTH PHONE 825 When using paints apply the best. ,i I Minerva Pure Prepared Paint For exterior and interior use, has a record of seventy-eight years; Goes Fartliestj Weare longest, No 'Cracking, No.Falling The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd, CORNER 6TM ST. AND 4TH LETHBRIDQE- L awn Fence Makes Your'llesidence Look 50 Per Cent More Valuable WE THJi BEST 30 in. ISc per foot 86 in. Mgli per foot 16 in. lis' for 'Jo per-foot PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T. A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Tapers from Ihc Kcvlo Co., it's Samples and Estimates furnished promptly. The Revlo Co. Painters and Decorators South ;