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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbi'ldge Daily Herald, Wednesday, August FAIR WEEK SPECIALS AT MELTZER'S FURNITURE SALE TO THE FAIR Don't leave the city before visiting Meltzer's big Going- Out-Of-Business Sale at 413, Round Street. High-class Furniture at Invoice Pnces. CARPETS Just Arrived Tapestry, 3x4 for Velvet, (no seam) for Tapestry, 31-2x4 for Fancy Mats for 75c STOVES 6-HoIe Steel Rge. 135.00 for Steel Range (Guar.) for 2 Burner Gasoline Stove for..... Cook Stove, best C 1 Q OJC make, for 4> I Cook Stove best C 1 "7 QC baker 4) I I BABY CARRIAGES AND GO CARTS Regular for Special value OC for 1.90 Best make for A big leader, for A winner, ?6.00 for Big Value, for BIG 2-Hole for laundry work. Put one in your basement'and do your washing down stairs. Price only SPECIALS White or Grey Flanelette Bis; Size For Come With the Crowd to Meltzer s OH, YOU VISITORS! This is your time to save money. Come and buy Furniture, Stoves, Graniteware, Baby Carriages and Toilet Sets at unheard-of prices Tell your friends to meet von-at a------------- iVleltzer's Furniture Store The Meltzer Furniture Co. Being sold out by the Pacific Sales Co. We Do the Business, Others Try Look for tlie windows. Look for the signs. We will look for you. KANGAROO GIRLS IN THE BURGOMASTER At the Majestic Theatre For Two Nights Only On Tues- day and Wednesday August 16 and 17 Telegraphic Briefs Bassano favors the extension ot the government telephone system along the main line C.P.R. to Medi- cine Hat. Dr. Arthur Voaden has been ap- pointed principal of St. Thomas Col- legiate Institute. Six-year-old James John was drowned from the dock at Windsor, Oat. Albert Campbell, eight years old, was drowned at Carleton Place. Mrs. Antoine Maisonneuve, Otta- wa's oldest resident, is dead, at the age of 102 years. A G-.T.R. brakeman hit by an egg at'Karriston, drew a revolver and narrowly missed shooting two boys. Wm. Dunn, .watchman on the steam er North King, was drowned in the Murray canal. One of King Township's earliest pioneers was removed in the death of Wm. Edward Fox at Elmhurst farm, Aurora. Oswald F. Jordan, former 'division superintendent of the M.C.R. Canada division, died while on a wedding trip in the South. Bahama Islands, hit by U. 'S. tariff, seek fruit trade with Canada. Rev. Georoge Ferguson, a retired Methodist minister, died at Niagara Falls, Out Nothing purer or better made than Milk Chocolate Sticks, Medallions, Croquettes, Cream Bars etc. Have you tried Maple Buds? THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO. 82 D. Hughes Charles. Peterboro, is leaving the service of the Bank of Commerce to join a stock -broking firm in Montreal. Rev. E. C. Clarke has resigned as rector of St. Barnabas church, Medi- cine Hat. F. S. Carr has- been appointed prin- cipal of Edmojfcp High school. Michael Fallon, an aged farmer liv- ing in Niagara township, was fatally injured by falling from a load of hay. Dr. Wesley Robinson, of Markham, one of the town's most respected citi- zens, was found dead in his home yes- terday morning. The Saskatchewan elevator com- mission wishes to create a home wheat market instead of having their grain handled at Winnipeg. Lord Kitchener has taken to golf as a substitute for active service em- ployment. Queen Alexandra is having her per- sonal effects packed preparatory to leaving Bucvingham Palace for good. Heidelberg, Germany, is going to erect a monument to Mark Twain, who began his story, "A Tramp there. James Johnson was arraigned at Chatham on a charge of murdering Jacob Enos. The apple industry of Ontario is on the decline, says Professor Crow' of Guelph. A general railway strike is feared, in France. Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stewart, of Jlacleod, formerly of Toronto, an nounce the engagement of their young- est daughter, Olive Jean, to Wm. A. Locklmrr, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lockhart, of Peterboro, Ont., the wedding to take place the latter part of September. Mrs. J. A. Reid of; Lethbridge with her mother and children have been visiting .her sister, Mrs. Geo. Melon, of Syndicate avenue, returning home on Capital. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The 'Nursing Mission report to the Women's Relief Society, at the meet- ing held yesterday, for the month end- ing Aug. 1, showed mat 22 patients were visited and 200 visits were made to the patients' homes. 49 treatments were given at the office. Five fam-' ilies were visited and needs supplied. The society are having great success with their afternoon tea tent and badge selling at the Exhibition grounds. This morning at eight o'clock in Wesley Methodist church the marriage took place of William Christian, rail- road conductor of Minot, N. D., form- erly of.the Isle of Man, Eng., to Mary Esther Delaney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. P. Delaney of Leta- ibridge, also formerly of the Isle of Man. -Rev. T. P. Perry was the offi- ciating