Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TO Hotel Windsor 4. 11JS a Day Hottl In Alberts TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Comfort and Security The Corbin Door Check to close 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. Kei Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 'AGENTS FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS _ Wo Olve Special Altsntlon Mi" Ordsr. Office Supplies When you need office supplies ring up 1265. We carry a full line of Typewriter Papers and Bibbons and Special Ruled Blank Books. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding W The sjperie pounded right. Brlni all your prescriptions here to be tilled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. FRMCHIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. HIPLEY, MANAOla PHONE 772 SUNDRIES Do you know what they are? We will tell you. Drug Sundries include all of the many useful household articles that aa a rule can only be purchased In a drug store, such as Nail Tooth Bruihoi, Hot Water Bags, Syrlnaes, Atomizers, Toilet Article. We' Hat 200 and more or such" health helps. Look over our Bindry line. You will be pleased with the large assortment and the low price. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION to'JOMNiTON JACKSON. tH6RI-OCK BLOCK. PHONE 1J3Z. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR 1 Get yourself Into shape (or "that tired that comes la the Spring, and Summer, by fortifying your cor'.titution with Al- Tnto a tonic a strengthened A glass or two dally will lire renewed lito anil vigor when you really feel like tailing by, ll" llfBuritT Is absolute ind it is prcdlgested liquid food, easily assimilated by the weakest stomach. It is a boon to those suffer- tog from WMkened digestive organs. Alberta's Prldo beer it brewed from beat barloi malt am) Bo heralan hops, by-methods strictly sanitary. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., Limited PHONE-SS4 Special One-day Sale ol Ripe Tomatoes 25 Clasps io per I. Ih. and Price S 1'ECI ALS FOK SATUKD A Y a lull ne o a kinds Fresh Fruits and VegeiableH. We have a ol assort- ed Fruits to arrive next Tuesday. WatHi this MAIN STORE ROUND ST. -cIVE 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE A RETAIL OUFPERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE THE WEATHER C-! 61 62 7U 60 Kdmontor.. fair Calgary, clear LfllllirWge. clwu Winning, clear Kamlouiis, fair l-ort Arthur, iair More s.'tlle.l conditions have va'iled aver the prairie provinces. The .weather has been mostly fine but 'cool The lowest temperature report- Li in Manitoba was -13 and in Sas- katchewan and Alberta 36, at Prince i Albert and Calgary. FORECAST to- day and on Friday, wanner. Saskatchewan and Alberta Fair, with a little higher temperature to- dav and on Friday. _____ Your Attention to Our Glassware Tumblers All prices up to 512 a Our special at In -1 tcrns is groat value. Tor it. doz. Ask Glass Jiu 2 qt. size, at 60c, In 4 pat- terns, is a crackerjack. Our Stock Is.complete. What you want we have CiTV AND DISTRICT The telephone number oi the Liber- al committee rooms, Oliver Block, is 1117. Miss Jlullin, of the Hull- sou's Bav Co., has taken a position with E. A.'Ewert. She will spend the week-end with friends in Maclcod. meeting oi the Lethbriilge kennel club will he held in Mr. Holt's office at S 30. All members are requested to attend, as, business oi importance will come up at this meeting. H .1 Qiiinn, o! Milk River, is in the city today and reports that the crops in tlic south country are in the best possible condition and that the farmers are greatly pleased with the change in the weather: Medicine Hat News :-.T. H. (J.! Bray, slock inspector, is ill at his home suffering from injuries received when he was run down by an auto a nights ago. His knee is badly in- jured and for a time it was thought, that complications would develop hut the attending physician, all danger is now past. Herman. Paul, of Waterloo, Towa, rrivcd in the city last night from the States. Mr. Paul has three quar- ters oi a section near Carmangay in wheat and has come to Lethbridge to look after the work of harvesting his crop. Ha says that from what he has seen of the crops on his way up the Southern Alberta.fields look bet- ter than any along the line. Prominent farmers oi the city state this morning that the weather pros- pects are now favorable, and expect t.o commence cutting on lijinday morning. They say that in spite oi the heavy rains of the past couple of, weeks the grain has been ripening ail the time, and two or three clays oi good warm weatlicr will put it in good cutting shape. The rain has had the effect of making the grain fill well ami the sample could not he better. Lewis Stockett, of Tlosmcr, B. C., president of the Western Coal Oper-i ators' Association, is in the city in I a connection with business connected with the present coal situation. Mr. Arthur Lyman, of the Lymon, Ltd., wholesale druggists, Montreal, is visiting in the city toiiay. This is 01) R WIN R1RKHAM BRQ CLARESHOLMIS FOR RECIPROCITY Clarcsholm, Aug. enthusias- tic meeting was held in town on Tuesday, convened by the Clarcsbolm j 1 Jbcral' Association to reorganize the Liberal forces and to appoint gates to Maclcod on the Hill. The 5 followinfi omcials of the Association were elected President, C. Drareii; Vicc-1'rcsident, II. Duncan; Secretary, .1. R. Watt Treasurer, H. K. Moifatt. Executive committee, KODAKS and CAMERAS K-- Have you taken ad- vantiigG of our great of KODAK GOODS? We will be pleased to show you the beauty and-i elegance EASTMAN'S KODAKS We have -ranging -In price from H.OO to at- The gxaJ Store J.DJigintHitliaiiSCB.lM family Night and Day TelepboM "No. SZZ Night Be'll oil Front poor _____ BUSINESS LOCALS' Call 666, the I.ethbridge Messenger Service ior quick message-and, bag- cace delivery. Office 321 P.ound St. H. E. Browning, expert piano tun- ing with Mason Piano Co., 'phone 791. 700-0 E Hunter, J. Walls, T. L. Urr- nard, C. W. Jan.es, H. P. Bell, 'W. C. Miller, and T. Moore. The follow-f ing delegates were appointed lor Claresholm West Sub-division name- ly C. .1. Brarcn, J. Walls and H. 6. Haslem and ior Claresholm East T. C. Millies, W. Moltatt, H. P. Hell ami C. W. .lames. A. Hall was en- jaged for committee meetings. The feeling amongst all classes icrc is in favor of the reciprocity met. Of course the large proportion of Americans amongst the residents in (he district wonlrt help to make an j overwhelming majority in favor of j the chief question before the elector-j ate, but even some Conservatives are j acting; as it they arc to vote ior Liberal candidate on this occasion. A large majority for the Liberal candi- date, whoever he may be, is looked for this district. The Claresholm Fair this year would have surpassed all previous lo- cal celebrations ami hundreds have been disappointed at the weather having forced abandonment of the races and postponement oi the stock judging. Over 30 race-horses were on the spot ami there were to have Seen eight starters for the Derby, while the agricultural entries were numerous, many classes having ob- tained 10 to 15 entries. However, better luck next it is hoped that Thursday the 17th will be fine when the fair is to be pulled off as far as regards the judging of stock and industries: Howe's Circus wns here yesterday and despite the wet weather drew a fair crowd, the arena being half full. 11- was a good enough show. The continued wet weather is caus- ing some anxiety among the farmers, old timers say they never re- meniber anything like this in August and the rain is very persistent. Most farmers, of course, are afraid of Mr. Rjslngcr; o! Ncw ir_ Mr. Li-man's first visit to Lethbridge for twenty years, and he is simply amazed at the growth oi the city. He believes that it will rank weli in a few years witli any of the eastern citii'S. Jack Morrison, umpire of the Wes- tern Canada League, and manager oi the 1907 I.ethnridge professional team, is in Hie city today, having, conic down from Calgary last night. Mr Morrison has not been in I.elh A. Olson, o: Harris A Olsor., left week's trip down this morning Ior til? lino on busih HKSI-S. Woolf, M. P .P.. Barker, frost. So far there has been no ap- pearance of black rust. Some of the llay which was cut must have suffer- ed, and haying will be thrown back because the harvest is so close. To- day the weather looker! better and ;eems as if a gradual change for warm wealher will ensue. What with the building of the creamery and the Union Bank there arc quite a lot of mechanics in town. Know, Cauldweli, Spencer and ftcsd- cr of Cariislon, arc in the city to- ilay, attending the Liberal Conven- tion. Among the visitors today is T. K Low, of Kimball. Ed. I.uckharl, of Grassy Lake, is in the city on business. A lireil Kastham, the Government Botanist, is in the city toiiay, having just returned Iron, the Watcrton BLUE SKY AGAIN AT PINCHER CREEK DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large aaflortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, Mr Morrison has not been in I.el H.oi bridge since 1107 anil said he woulil, 's hardly know the place. Kiith street j s 'lias grown n great deal since he was I'inchcr Creek, Augi long last, the rains came to an end here ior the time being. Though the side- walks are drying up fast, the roads in the country are said to be in an Lakes, where, he caught a large trout impassable condition. Any ;e pounds.- He Calgary in a few f. o. tox tn 3M SIXTH PHONE ill M. C. Murphy, of Buffalo, is rcgis- icred at Ihe Alexandra Hotel. FATAL ACCIDENT MOOSE JAW TEAMSTER l.clhhriilge before. Mr. Morrison' looking over the western cities j with a view to locating, and says I.rdhliridgc appeals. The dcalh of Charles .Mmslon oc- curred this morning at his resilience, 1814 4til Ave., N'. The body was re- _........ ..._ moved to It. C.. Aiidison's llnilertok-i elty Wednesday morning when his ing parlors. The young man has been j loam Rot lioyond hii contrnl and he sick for some time. The funeral will landed In a heap at the foot of the be held tomorrow afternoon from the i hill. When the loam, 'wagon and parlor of R. 0. Addison, and the n- lumber were removed livers wan mains will be interred fairfily Jound crushed and dying al the tJt- nyers wan a Mason will he Moose -Taw, Aug. 9. Chas, Byers. a teamster, was descending a hill In the New Fall LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR iECTION 2ND FLOOR Suits Just arrived, our first shipment of, Ladies' Suits in imvy, grc.v> iawn, mauve, bluck, etc. Serges, piinainas n.nd bnskct' weave mutorials still very strong- Prices to SILK WAISTS Navy, brown, green, grey and black waists in all Jiiovv styles. Prices to The Bentiey Co'y. Ltd. A SNAP Washing Machines mutt go 201 oil For three dayi only. Cbme ewrly and get your choice ARTHUR HAYR Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 We lend! Coolest place In Lethbridge ROCHON BROS We ludl Cleanest plan in Lunch.) and cream. Vanilla Ice Wholesale- CONFECTIONERS Quaker Isn't It nlcel You eat it once. Yog want it twice. bow'cood it GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NORTH plot in the public ccmctnry. arc invited, to number ol cellars in .town are d: Tlic circus al Pinetier Station to- day gnvc nn afternoon entcrtaionient only. The state ol the roans kept lumbers of Pinclicr Creek people away. Through a deadlock at the special meeting ol the council Tuesday nlnht, no action was taken on the section of the drainage work which bad been proposed to be undertaken. Krcd Konrnier is awjty on a holiday trip to Uncle domain. At the. Liberal Association rqrct- inR on Monday night delegates were d'lly Appointed to attend the con- Mnrlcd with Manwilo rim al Macleod Cocoa Door Mats Steel Door Mats Cleaning Specialties Scrubbing Brushes Feather Dusters SeH Wringing Mops Liquid Veneer for Furniture Waxoil for Floors The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd 1 COftNtft ITM AND 4TM AVI, LETNIKIDOI.