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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta JithrftMt A Convcnltfit The Dallas Hotel Plaet to Stay WHEN IN LETHBRIOCf The YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD RANGE? Then don't decide that you have found the good Range .until you have seen the styles and makes we offer. Quality considered, we sell better ranges for less price than any dealer in the West. Buying right and in large quantities give us an advantage and you make by it. WE SHOW A BIG VARIETY of every size and style of 4 and 6 lid Ranges. TWO SPECIALS OUR STEWART "WASCANA" lids; warming closet and extension shelf, makes an ideal range for smaller fam- ilies. We guarantee it perfection in construction and working Price Complete SPECIAL NO. 2. STEWART a somewhat similar style but has 6 lids. The grates and castings throughout are of very highest grade. This Range also has extension shelf and A Range we recommend and guarantee uncondi- tionally. Price Complete Aftntv far Sharwln-WIHIami Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALEA RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 tptclai attention to mail orders Hotel W But 11.25 a Day Hotel In BUS TO ALL TRAINS BOOK BAEGAINS For one week we will sell a lot of and cloth bound books for 50c each. See our window and take your choice. ROBOT'S BOOKSTORE Ntw Block First door west Union Bank Afinti far Undtrwoid writvr Phone 1265. CHOCOLATES are selected by those who They are rhe acme of per- fection and are known as the chocolates that are different. If you -want to mate a gift of .the best in the chocolate line select KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST BE IN TIME We Will Close Wednesday and Thursday at 12.30 We will not open in the even- Tht Store of Quality GEO. Kerr Co Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 CHOCOLATES The HAND BAGS FOB ANY LADY Rather a broad assertion might think when you stop .to consider the particu- lar people who are our cus- tomers. But a true assertion when .you know the extreme care and forethought; exercis- ed in buying. Style, shape and finish the latest Every- one is beautiful and everyone will serve you. Come in and see them. BUSINESS LOCALS Clarke Co.'s dry goods store will close on Wednesday at one o'clock to give their employees an opportunity to see the fair. Shop in the morning. Albert Cascaden will run an auto livery during the lair. Phone 1058 or 566. 201-4 There is a dance to be. held in Red- ding Hall on Thursday night. Every- body -welcome. 202-3 The Barrie Carnages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175_o Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Eurdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 474. 173-0 J. H. Tabor, of the city, represent- ing Donnelly, Watson Brown, Cal- gary, will have his Christmas sam- ples opened at the Alexandra Hotel sample rooms, Brodie Block, during exhibition week. He will be pleased to have merchants and customers from outlying districts call at the sample room, or phone "Risid" 142 or appointment. baled Havanas just arrived. Secure a bale before- they all go. Alex ndra Hotel cigar stand. J, OJigiotJOtiismSCo.itd Family "and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door DIRECT FROM B. CAR OF VEGETABLES CONSISTING OF POTATOES, CARROTS, BEETS AND CABBAGE The quality of these goods are the best we have seen this year. The prices POTATOES, per CARROTS, per cwt BEETS, per CABBAGE, per THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 25 PROMPT DELIVEDY Mkerta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists 1. B. Mgr. LETHBBIBBE J. D. Higinbotham has left for east to visit relatives there for time. CITY AND DISTRICT H. S. Craig, oi Edmonton, superin- tendent of fairs and fanners insti- tutes, is-in the city .attending the fair. J. E. Terrill, of the Terrill Floral Co., leaves this afternoon for Cal- gary on business. He is also one of the judges at the Calgary Horticul- tural Society's Exhibition. C. S. Morse, travelling freight ag- ent for the C. P. R., left; yesterday morning for Great Falls, Mont., and is expected to return to the city to- night. The Indian Deerioor.. generally known as Mike Mountain Horse, says he has a race arranged with John D. Marsh to take place in Lethbridge the next month. J. W. Pearson, of Iron Springs, was in the city yesterday in connec- n with the new irrigation project at Iron .Springs, in which the people of that district are intensely interest- ed. Yesterday afternoon's trains from the south, east and west, were pack- ed to standing room by excursionists bound for the Lethbridge exhibition, CITY AND DISTRICT S. A. Buchanan, of the Grassy Lak oan and Securities Co., is a visito at the exhibition. Her. F. Stacey, of Frank, will oc cupy the pulpit of Wesley church o Sunday owing to the absence of Re T. P. Perry at the general conference R. H. Owen, Pres. of. the Farm Se- curity Co.; and Vice' Pies, of JO. W. Kerr Co., arrived in Leth I bridge yesterday from Spokane to the OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square 2eal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for TOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we get our prices. If we can't show you the advantage in buy- Ing here, then don't buy fron us. Hogeps-Coooingdam lumber Company, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, its 4tt ;and coming to help swell the then already large crowds in the city. L. A. Bowles, of the Farmers' Ad- Winnipeg, is attending the Lethbridge Fair on behalf of his pa- per. Mr, Bowles was at the Brae- don, Man., Fair recently, but says LethBridge's exhibit of vegetables "in particular has Brandon beaten eas- ily. He leaves here to go.to Vancou- ver Fair. attend the Industrial Exhibition ant spend several days looking after th j company's interests in this city, j Next Sunday, (Aug. Rev, Shearer will preach at New Dayton at 11 a.m., at New Stirling i at 3.30 p.m., and Raymond at 7.30 p.m. People of all denominations are i cordially invited to attend these ser- I vices, and help make them bright and helpful. Last evening's regular weekly shoot of the Gun Club was poorly at- tended owing to the Fair. Members are requested to please bear in. mind jthat the City Championship 'Shoot j will be held next Wednesday 'evening I at 6.30 o'clock. j T. Hall, local secretary of the jLeth bridge Football League, was this morning the recipient from Calgary of a telegram to the efiect that Cal- gary Caledonians have no intention of coming to Lethbridge to play Leth bridge Caledonians for .the Bennett Shield, which goes to the winner of the Alberta championship. rum- or afloat in Lethbridge is therefore ungrounded. ADORE (a-door) A BELLE is what you'll be doing when you fall in love. After the "bans" your "adorable" wtti want you to buy her a house. USE OUR DOORS TO GO IN AT. They're always good and work per- fectly, being made to fit to perfec- tion. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 i EXCELSIOR CAFE Quick Service. OPPOSITE THE EUREKA -The very best cuisine in the Short Orders a Specialty. Regular Meals ...............25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS for THE WEATHER Edmonton, foggy 78 40 fair ?S -46 .02 Lethbridge, fair SO 52 Regina, clear................. S6 49 Winnipeg, cloudy 46 Some light scattered showers of rain have'fallen, principally in Al- berta. But the weather generally ov- :r the prairie provinces has been fine and. warmer. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- katchewan. A few local showers or CHUnCH OF ENGLAND NEWS I (From the Church of England Dio- cese and Following are extracts the July issue of the monthly bulletin oi the Diocese oi Calgary "The Rev. F. L. Carrington was inducted on July 17th, as rector oi St. Barnabas church, High River, by the Bishop of the Diocese, in suc- cession to the Rev. G-. Howcroft" July 19th, the Rev. John D. thunderstorms, but mostlv fair. Fri- Hull B of w Tt day fair and comparatively cool. OI Hazleton> to-day and on Friday d comparatively cooL CITY AND DISTRICT While Rev. T. P. Perry, pastor of Wesley church is absent, the parson- B.C.r was inducted as rector of St. John the Evangelist's church, Pincher Creek, in .-succession to the Rev. C. W. James, B.A., who has gone to Prince Rupert." "On July 16th the Bishop paid Fresh, first quality rubber. These have just come, in from the rubber factory. 3 for 25c Prescription Druggists S? eat Sratej and be occupied by Rev. Edward: tired i i, i a T u CliarSe of the large congregation." t the church. When Mr. Cragg is ot at the parsonage he will proE- bly be at the residence of his son, I 'r. C. C. Cragg, corner of Bompas nd G-lyn streets. There is now on exhibition in Indow of Freeman, and Ivlacieod, a ox of peaches shipped from Arrow Lakes and received this morning. The bishop has issued the follow- ing licenses The Rev. w. R. Simp- son, M.A., has been placed in charge T of Lundbreck 'Mission in the absence !of the rector. the! "Rev. L. C. Wilkinson, M.A., to St. Luke's, Red Deer. Geo. D. Whitaker to St. They are this year's growth "and are very luscious. The Arrow Lakes cursion party numbering about teen, leaves to-morrow morning. ex- fif- uiles Stafford-Agnew Co. CENSUS GIVES PORTO RICO A POPULATION OF Growth of 17.3 Per Cent. Since Amer- ican Paul Has 774, Increase of Washington, D., C., Aug. population of the island" of Porto Rico is as shown ,by the complete returns of the recent census. This is a gain of or 17.3 per cent as compared with the census of 1S99. San Juan is shown to ibe the largest town in the island, its population be- ing Ponce comes next with 027 Sa-n THOW ,-_ .v_ a. 6ttju in liic eleven years of or 52 per cent., and Ponce a gain of or slightly over 25 ner cent. St. Paul, Minn., has a. population of This is an increase ot or 31.7 per cent, over 1900, when the population was Reading, Pa., has a population of This is an increase of or 21.7 per cent, over 1900, when the Population was The population of Allentown, Pa., s This is an increase of 497. or 46.6 per cent over 1900, when the population -was Faith's Mission, Edmonton. "Rev. A. D. Curry to Pine Lake. "Rev. E. G. Heaven to Didsbury. "Rev. A. E. French to St. Faith's Mission at Edmonton. "Rev. J. E. Murreil-Wright, M.A., rector of St. Augustin's church, Lethbridge, as Incumbent also of St. Mary's Mission of the same city." BE SURE OF FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS Juit received. The "NEW GEM" in all Alto Fruit Jar Rings Craddock Vi ner -JK FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 YOU SAY You Want A GOOD BIG STOVE At A SMALL PRICE TEY THIS Heavy Steel Body Asbestos Lined 4 No. 9 Covers Large 20 Inch Oven Heavy Linings SPLENDID BAKERS Ask for THE PLANET Square With Reservoir The McKeown Hardware Co., ltd. Dufferin Sf Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily MAIL DEJJVERY OUTFIT Yesterday a large consign- ment of street mail delivery apparatus arrived by express. No one seems to know any- thing more than that the stuff is here. It is not known whe- ther it is the outfit that was shipped away a week or so -ago or not. V 'A- V MARKETS MONTREAL LIVE STOCK Montreal. Aug; ?3 to Live hogs to S9.60 per'hundred Ibs. Sheep 3 l-2c to 3 3-ic per pound: lambs to ?5. Steers, choice 6c to 6 1-2-c; good 5 l-2c to 5 3-4c; middle oc to -5 l-4c; 4 1-2 c to 4 3-4c. Common 4c to 4 l-2c China has ordered two training cruisers from England. Turkey has recently purchased two old battleships from the German fleet. -Airs. Garlick, widow, aged 35, was killed on the M.C.R. tracks at West Lome. PRICES and MENU please everyone The Cafe Lunches-lie up Largest and best equipped Cafe In the West. IU Proprietor Is The Hokum Kind a sweet-eating nutty-flavored loaf Delicious, pure and wholesome Phone 794 or ask your grocer. GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. North Ward. SPECIAL INVITATION We specially invite -all out-of-town people to visit our store while attending tlie Fair. We can save you money. Our stock is the largest of any General Store in Southern Alberta and we know our prices are right. Special prices on goods in case lots and unbroken packages. An excellent opportunity to arrange for a winter's supply of goods. See our Special Fair Week Sale advertised on Page 3 THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ;