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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FRESBUS TO ALU TRAINS Hotel VVindsot BMt.tl^fi a Day Hotel In Alberta WHEN IN LEtH^R, The Dallas H !� the Best and Most Ci lent Place to Stayl 30RS HAVE AUL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS RUN EASILY AND 8MOOTHLY~ ARE D^JflABLE AND MAKE VERY LITTLE NOISE. PBIISES THE LOWEST C. W. Gray "The store that saves you money " For Milk that is Milk AND Cream that is Cream TRY Cox's Dairy Phone 1065 . Your Credit is Good The-- Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Shed* f Office : : 1163 PHONES i Office ; : 462 'I Stables : . ; 1064 CARD OF THANKS llTB. C. Russell and family desire to ibanlt the Kentish Association for their kindness in their recent bereavement, 204-1 Hardware! Hardware: At prices you can't beat at Staiford-Agnew's Store. 204-1 You Can Handle A House oi your ow!i� for about what you npur pay for rent. Wo have a seven room, fully iao expect dnily shipments of Blackberries, Red UaspberrSes, Cantaloupes, Peaches, Peara, Hot H ouso Tomatoes, Oreen Corn on the Cob, etc. We also Uiivc ordered in different places the following Roods and may get some of them this week, Kenora Blueberries, XiOgauberries, Sour. Cherries-We are advised that Red and Black Currants aro (lone for this year. -PH0NE8- Grocery Dept. 829 Wholesate Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con* fectionery. Wholesale and Retail ~-PHONES- Qroctry Dept. 92t Who!e�aU D�pt 127t. WEATHER High Low Lethbridge, clear ......... 76 36 �Edmonton, fair.......... 73 48 .02 Calgary, clear ............ 74 46 Macleod, clear ............ 77 55 Medicine Hat, clear ...... 78 54 Prince .VIbert, cloudy ... 60 46 .04 Swift Current, fair ...... 6S 50 .14 Moose Jaw, clear ....... 61 47 .05 Regina, clear ............ 63 53 Brandon, cloudy ......... 50 49 .30 Winnipeg, cloudy ......... 58 52 .04 The weather has been cool and rainy throughout Manitoba and eastern and southern Saskatchewan. It has been a little warmer in Alberta and mostlv fme. FORECAST : Manitoba and Saskatchewan-A few scattered showers. Pine today and on Tuesday with higher temperature. -�Vlberta-A iev.- scattered showers, fine and warm today and on Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT To Arrange for Convention Sunday school workers of all denominations are urged to attend the muellng in the Y.M.C.A. tonight when j organiz-ation will be completed for i the provincial convention to be held I here in Octobeir. Mr. F. E. Werry, the [provincial secretary, will be present,, I and outline what Is expected of the lo. ( ' cal workers, and probably give an Inkling of the probable programme for the convention. BUSINESS LOCALS Will Go to India Rev. A. Gordon. B.A., former pastor of the Baptist church at High Riyer, latterly of Wetaskiwin, will go to India as a missionary. Cardston's New Constable p. H. Caldwell has been appointed to succeed Jos, E. Steed as constable at Cardston. Office in Calgary The United Grain Producers, Ltd., have secured offices in the Grain Exchange, Calgairj-, through whJoli western shipments may be more conveniently hajidled. Calgary is a grain inspection point for western shipments. Civic Half Holiday The Lethbridge Atjuatic Club is endeavoring to arrange a monster regatta for some day this month, and will aproach the aiithoritiea to see if it would be possible to arrange a civic half holiday^ so that the sports could be held ia the afternoon. The club is endeavoring to place itself in a position to' undertake the building of a clubhouse at the lake. "San Toy" Music Arrives * The music and parts for the produs-tioffi of "Sa.a Toy" by the local Operatic Society, arrived from New York this morning. A meeting of the society's members will be called in the near future. Terrible Fatality cm 1,998,640 FLIES ARE KILL-. ED SUDDEN,LY BY ONE PACKAGE OF DEATH to FLIES This is a specially prepared. Poison-j^,Fly Paper, it Is ^ put iip'conveniently for use and is very economical. 10c Packagb of 9 Sheets - - . iVi'-ir'  Ind Book to.. Ltd. Phone 68S "^Thlm Avj*. CITY AND DISTRICT visitor From East J. H. Webster, .jr., a. son of the walP.cnown cigar manufactureir_ ofi Sherbi-ooke, Que., was in the city "over Sunday on a tour of the western, provinces. Capitalists Here .T. A..Van Ness and C. tV. Wagner, two ~Sf;attle capitalists, were In the city on Sundaiy'tor a shortstay. They are looking over Interests In this district. � Ripe Tomatoes P. J. M. Woslyng, roddmaster for C. P. R. branches south of the city, boasts one of the finest gardens in the city. He is picking ripe tomatoes every ^ay, and even roses are not a luxury with him. RBX TB.VNSPER-Phone .070, Albor-s for .... 26c Rosea' Lime Juice per'bottle 75o and.........40c. Hot House Tomatoes, lb ..20o. Lyle's Syrup, 21b tins.....aOc. Fresh Fruit, bottom prices-Cherries, Phims, Peachfes, Bananas, etB. !In nddltlon to our Attractive Prices we give Coui)ons ropreseiit-Ing $1.00 on every $25.00 spent. The Premium Grocery J. TUiFF, Prop. Phon^574 324 11th St'South Next to, new Methodist church Why Send Out of the City for Auto Supplies We can save you money by buying from us. Get our prices on Spark Plugs, Batteries, Bumpers, Electric Bulbs, Tire Chains, Electric Horns, Jacks, Pumps, Radiator Cement, Prest-O-Llte Tanks, Tire Holders, Rubber Patches, Etc. We stock a complete line of Goodrich and Firestone Tires & Tubes Give us a call or write to H. T. HENDERSON GARAGE LETHBRIDGE. GURD'S AERATED BEVERAGES { A^warded Eight Medals and Twenty Diplonias) Gurd's Belfast Ginger Ale Pale Aromatic; Price per dozen .... %\,50 Gurd's Club Soda A Perfect Blender-Develops the Flavor Price Per dozen...............$1,50 Gurd's Dry Ginger Ale (Half Pints) Made particularly for people who will have the;,BE8T, Blends well with spirits. Price per dozen.............. .v $1,25  Sole Representatives C.CPAGNUELO WINE & SPIRIT CO CITY AND DISTRICT Old-Tlmer-Here Thos. Brown, an old-time rancher, of this district, is here! from Victoria, B.C.,- on a visit. Must Have Permit Coleman has passed a brallding bylaw, and hereafter no hulldinga can be erected without a permit. Baby Hawtln Hawtln.-At PleaBantvlUe, Ont., on July 26, to the widow of the late Rev. R. R. Hawtln (of Tabei*,; Alta.), a son. Successful Druggists Twenty-seven candidates presented themselves for the Alberta Phairma-ceutical Association's/; examination! which was recently held ln'!Bdmonton! Amongst those who pissed were J. B. White, Taber, and Wni. Blalr| Raymond. Can't stop THem T. Eaton is again on the job. A whole carload of his fall and. winter catal^igueB arrived on.- Saturday foT distribution from here. Moving theKIpp Hotel' , !Work was started tbfs -morning mov-Ing the :Pacltic Hotel froni Klpp to Coalhurst', This "is ^jij,,.:accoi'daneo with pcTmlssion grant&l-J;:h,e proprietor W, McDonald,, by.-me^Jfcenje.co'^; misslone'fs over a month ajSi.,' Boats Carrying Pacific Mails Mr. E. N.Hlgiabotham, postmaster, has received advices froni the post office depfti'tment; as to th'e sailings of boats for Pacific malls. Boats from yancouver ior China and Japan sail August 13 and 27; September 10 and 24; October 8 and 22; November 5 and 19; December 3, 17 and 31. From' San Francisco boats sail for Japan and China August 16, and every seven days thereafter: August 23, 30; September 5, 11, 20, and 27; October 4, 11, 18 and 25; November 1, 8,15, 22, and 29; December G, 32, 20, aiid 2'r.' These boats also call at Hawaii and the Phillippine Islands, Boats sail from VancouveT for Austra-Ua, New Zealand, Fiji and Hawaiian Islands Septemher'S; October 1, 29; No yember 26, and Decen^ber. 24. Via San Francisco: .August 20, 26; September 9, 17 and 23; October 7, 15 and 21; November 4, 12, 18; December 2, 10 16 and 30. The steamer Sierra, from San Francisco, sailing September 9; October 7; Novembea* 4; December 2 and 30_ goes to Hawaii only. Business' Changes Dunn's report ithe .-following -business changes In this district, Raymond-B?rryaBs!e, W., printer, discontinued; Equity Lumber Co., retail lumber, discontinued; Fettas, R. A,, coal, dlBContinued; Hoft & Smith, billiards, dissolved partnership. Smith continues; Knitted Raiment Factory, Ltd., discontinued; McMuUen, A, L., plumber, discontinued; Staoey Lumber Co., branch dlacdntlnued; Turner & Spldel, meat, dissolved partnership, Spidel continues. Magrath-Bridge, John, coal, dlsoon-Unued; Fletcher ft Son,, llvei*y, discontinued; Hubbard, O., confectionery, discontinued; Matheson & Atherton, pub;!i dissolved partnership, Matheson continuing; .RasmuBsen, J. A., Implements, discontinued; Smith, Alvlna, (Mrs, iRj,) .confectionery;and restaur-anti discontinued. - Cardston-Burnett & Wlgle, 'livery, discontinued; Caldwell, Orson, cbnfec-tlonery, discontinued; Campbell, S. H. jeweler, sold ' Out; Falconer, F. V. Uvary,, discontinued; Harper, W. T. tailor, discontinued; Jordan- V, (!MrB. J. P.) millinery, discontinued; Weis-bro^ & Co., meat, discontinued; Wlx-om, Mrs. D. W., restaurant, discontinued- Wynder & Rose, restaurant, dissolved partnership, Rose continuing business; Young, P. & Co., (not ino'.) stationery and music, discontinued. Compeer-!Mason & WulfC, commencing, hardware, Coutts-Griffith, Dan., general stove, discontinued; .Maxwell, E. A., restaurant, discontinued; Thompson, T. P. blacksmith, discontinued. ,/ OGILVIE'8 Bie MILL AT TIHE H^T First.Carload of Flour from New MIM Shipped at End of July . The position on the !b;oard: of directors, recently .made vacant by: the" death! of Sir Edward Clouston, lias been filled by the appolnttneut &f Mr. A. lit. Nanton of Osier, Hammond & Nantbn, �Winnipeg. Owing to the Importance ot'the business'done by the lOgUviie Flour Mills Co. throii!ijhout the territory west of the ,Qreat Lakes,/and their greatly Increasing: investments there. It was felt by the president; and directors of the company that they should endeavor to secure the Btrohg: est possible representative of llie west for th� directorate. :Mr, A. M". Nan-ton's experience of the west Is un-GQualled, and his advice on air questions dealing with the further development of the company's -western busl. ness will be most valuable. REDISTRIBUTION NOT : � LIKELY THIS YEAR A note' Indicative of the rapid growth of Western Canada and .the needs of Its ;swlftly growing population was !striipk oh the! 22nU of July last when'.'the first carload 'of ! floiir was shipped !out of Medicine "Hat-from the big plaht'bf the Ogllvie Flour Mills Co.. Ltd. ; , It Is but a pornparatively short time ago that this company commenced with a small 200 barrel mill on the banks of the Red River, Winnipeg. The Winnipeg plant now consists of a liuge 3000 barrel flour mill and a 750 barrel mill for oatmeal und rolled bats, together with an immense elevator.- To meet their western deima/ids, the company had soon to erect a Iprge mill at Fort; William, of 3000 wfrrels capacity .together with! a big-t--�!"'' 50?126 ;