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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Hotel Windsor Hotil In ttit 11.25 a Day Albtrta FRtf But TO ALL TRAIN! WHIN IN LlTMimDQI YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD RANGE? don't decide that you have found the good Range .until you hare seen the styles and makes we. offer. Quality considered, better ranges for less price than any deWer in the West Buying right and in large quantities give us an advantage and you makebjlfc. WE SHOW A BIG VARIETY of every size and style of 4 and 6 lid Ranges. TWO SPECIALS OUR STEWART "WASCANA" 4 lids; wanning 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 Is a'aomevhat similar style but has 6 lids. The grates and castings throughout are of very highest grade. This Range also has shelf and wanmnff closet A Range we recommend and guarantee uncondi- tionally. Price Complete fur Rudy Mixed Paint Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE A RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE P. 0. BOX 670 flvt attention to mail BOOK BAKGAUVS For one week we wilLsell a lot of 11.25 and 11.50 cloth books for .sack -.l.T? See' our window and take your .-cHoice. lOIEITSOrS Wiw WMtnty BJtck First door west Union Bank fir Undwwort writsr' Phone 1265. HAND BAGS FOB AjST 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 see them. ierta Drug and Book Co, Prescription A. I. IIPLEY, Mgr. LfTKIHIBSE Engineer Wilcox, of the fire depart- ment No. 1 station, is away oa holidays. OUR STOCK OF KODAKS IS COMPLETE If you are interested let us show you our line, the prices ranging from to The range from to gives you a reliable all ser- vice camera of which there are.thousands used daily. We are also agents for. Sofio, Ve- lox and Azo Papers; Kodak Films and Pfates, M.O. oper, Premb Film and carry the finest cameras made at Store KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE REST See our Ad. on Page 6 The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 SPRING LAKE CELERY from the famous Celery Farm at Armstrong, B. Cv arriving if resit three times a week. This is something very fine in the 'Celery line and will please 3-011. THE GOOD HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 25 k PROMPT DELIVEDY BE SURE OF FR0ITJARS FRUIT JARS Jurt received. The "NEW GEM" in all .ire.. Alto Fruit Jkr Rings Craddock Vi ner BUILDING' FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515' BUSINESS LOCALS I the shoe repairer, is making those old shoes new at the Royal Dhoe Store. The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Ecfcstonn ell them. Show room at Athletic 'ark. 175-0 Call up Crown Cleaners, corner ol Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. 173-0 The G-arbutt Business College will re-open for the fall term on Monday, Aug. 22, not Monday, Aug. 15. 205-2 If you need a at the right price see the big ad. of the Royal Shoe Store. Crabb street, on another pagfc A chance for -the word- ing man. J. DJiginbotham Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door CITY AND DMRICT CITY AND DISTRICT The Golden West Realty Co. an- nounce that they will put on. a large auction sale oi city real estate about the 23rd of the present month. Miss Ruth Inman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, D. W. Inman, -who won the second prize in the contest for bav- ing with "Our Best" flour, is only eight years old.. Her mother again.: won the first prize for baking with I the "Pride of Alberta" flour. -j President Nourse, oi the Board oil Trade, has received word from Supt. Price that no further change in the running of passenger engines and crews over the Crow's Nest line is contemplated, for some months yet anyway, J. B. Morrow, .01 Burlington, Ont., j late principal of the public school in the town of Cowley, arrived from the -east yesterday and was a caller at the Herald office this morning. ADORE (a-door) A BELLE is what you'll be doing when'you fall in love. After the "bans" 'adorable" will 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 W. C: Simmons is due to' arrive ack from the east this afternoon. The Herald wants a good, live cor--Mr. Morrow reports- crops-aid respondent-at Taber. jness conditions in Ontario unusually Wm. Kilroe, of Calgary, is the good this year and was pleased to guest of S. -M. Brook, North Leth- j as he passed through the pra'ixie bridge, this week. j provinces that conditions were not B. Messhan and E. Halsall are re-'as as be had> led "fco expect cent arrivals from England in North j reports. before coming west. [Lethbridge. j Maple Camp, Woodmen of the Miss Jessie H. Campbell left the j World, was organized last night in early part of "the week for a month's i tlle city. Past Council Commander holidays at Nelson, B. C. iAddison and. Council Commander James- McCullough, oi J Harry Cleveland were, elected and Alta., has been spending a few weeks otfief offices .filled. The lodge win "Wltln no Ttf__ 1-1. t I 11' YOU SAY You Want A GOOD BIG STOVE At; A SMALL PKICE TEY THIS Heavy Steel Body Asbestos Lined 4 No. 9 Covers Large 20 Inch Oven Heavy Linings SPLENDID BAKERS Askfor THE PLANET Square With Reservoir nieMcXeown Hardware Co., Ltd. Dufferin 6" Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily MARKETS EAT AT EXCELSIOR CAFE Quick Service. OPPOSITE THE EUREKA very best cuisine in the Short Orders a Specialty. ................25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS J3.00 for for Winnipeg Markets Winnipeg, Aug. 12-October opened 105 3-4, closed 106; May opened 10S 3-4, closed 108 3-8; Cash, clos, 1 .Nor I'll 1-4; 2 NOT.. 1QS 3-4; Nor. 104 1-2; 2 wiite oats 39 i-4; flax 2.18. Wall Street New 'Street, Aug. Opening prices of stocks showed some slight advances in spite of a very light volume of dealings. C. P. 'R: rose 1 3-4: Union Pacific and Reading and St. Paul, Atchisbn. Chesapeake and Ohio, Brooklyn Transit, Utah Copper and American Beet Sugar .large fractions; American -Smelting and a few minor stocks started a frac tion -lower than last night. PEICES and MENU please everyone at The Cafe THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 74 48 Calgary, fair 76 46 .92 Lethhridge, fair; 84 51 Winnipeg, 94 58 Warm weather has h-een general ov- er the prairie provinces, especially so in. southern Maniioha, and tempera- tures of 90 degrees and over are re- ported. Heavy rains have fallen in northern scattered .rains in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. FORECAST and local thunderstorms, cooler to- night and on Saturday fair and cool. and cool, light, local; WARRANT ISSUED FOR A WITNESS j London; Ont., in about ten hls Mrs. A-. Bricker; j every Monday night, .and it is McKay St. returned home today; j expected that the "eha-ftet will arrive W. B. cnartered account; Acadia Block, left this afternoon' i a two months' trip to Grea? j tain. r J r i. t manager left to the Citizens Lumber Co., Ltd., this morning on a business trip Calgary. 3 Owing to so many of the members Coulee of the Lethbridge Tennis Club being Ray Anight and John Kenney, man- the Maclntyre ranch, have elsewhere in the Herald of today warning hunters and others j out o? town, the dance arranged for I to-night has been postponed. j Mrs. Minnfe A. Bourns, of North Lethbridge, was awarded second prize for an original oil painting at the fair. In the report, the name was in- correctly spelled. against trespassing on their property in the Raymond, Magrath and Spring districts. Hunters in the abused their rights by OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square Seal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. Well give you the best everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can <3Q. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, saah, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't tMl to come in and get our prices. sll our priceB. If we can't strew you the advantage in buy- Ing here, then don't buy 'froto us. lumber tompanj, United ACADIA BLOCK Nwth PhMM MS In buying a cough medicine, dont be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it and relief is sure to follow. Especial- ly recommended for coughs, colds and whooping cough. Sold-by all druggists Fruit Jar Rings Fresh, quality tju'st'ccime in from 'the'rubber factory. 3 Doz. for 25c Prescription leaving opeli gates, starting fires and bothering stock to such an erten% that the action taken has become im- perative. frosts .to-night-; 'Saturday fair. A warrant was issued by Inspector West at the police court this morn- ing for the arrest of K. Wolorusk, a witness in the case of Alex Showiski and Sid Babink, charged with creat- ing a disturbance .by fighting in (North Lethbridge on the 7th inst. Woloriislj had ibeen summoned to appear this morning but failed to do so. The case was set over until tomorrow and" Wolorusk will have the pleasure of a. berth in the cells until that time-. JOCKEY HAD STROKE OF PARALYSIS AT FAIR Ivy Powell; a jockey whose home is Baker City, Oregon, received a stroke of paralysis at the 'fair .and was re 'moved to the Gait hospital' His bro- ther jockeys raised'a subscription in his. behalf. BORN, Aug. 9to, to Mr. and Mrs. lunches-lSc up Largest and best equipped -Cafe., in the West. If. H, MURRAY Proprietor CITY AND DISTRICT J Chief of Police G-illespie has left on a two week's holiday trip, which he is spending at Midway and Vancou- ver, B. C. Sergt. Silliker is chief. In the Indian and Thursday; JSM tife'ssed in 'all the feathers awd bead work "wak Nellie Hagar, a TABER SHUT-OUT f THE VAN'IGAN NINE and of ne __ South. -Petgan from Browning, Mon- who only three weeks ago grad- uated from a college in .Nebraska. The Trades' and Labor Council has decided to send a delegate to the Dominion Trades Congress to1 meet j at Fort William and Port Arthur in' the- middle of September. Election of the delegate will take place-next week. ONLY ONE INDIAN GOT TOO MUCH TANGLEFOOT A feature ot -the 1910 fair is that with the city full of people, there was not a single case of drunkenness in the police court, and not a drunken man was seen on the grounds on any of the three days. There was not a single case of a white man charged with giving liquor to Indians, of which there are usually a number at fair time, and only two Indians were found by the police suffering from too much These two were named White Man and Tidy Shoelace. One of them was discbarg "wu6u -tuey at ine bar racks yesterday. and the othe fined and costs.. Bill yanigan nine invited Taber to the ath- letic p'ark -last evening and the was a pretty-bad trimming for Bin's boys. The score was 7 to 0. The first few saw a classy article of ball exhibited, neither side scoring. In the fourth the visitors squeezed in a run and in the .following innings four more. In the sixth and seventh, they again ran up the score. Stokes pitch ed winning ball, and was given ex- cellent support by his Taber pals, e Evans for-the home team, did equally as well, but was given in- different .help by the men behind him. He was relieved in the last couple of rounds by Josh Moore, who was there in good form and got away nicely. The failed to do anything at the bat, Geo. Moore be- ing the only one to secure a hit. GILMORE, Eussell Street, Ds July 4lh, Mrs. George Bobbins gave birtn to the first -white child bom in- Fort George. When the digestion Is all right, the action of the bowels regular, there is I a natural craving and relish for food. When -this is "lacking you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach Liver Tablets. They strengthen the digestive organs, im- prove tb.e_ appetite and regulate thej rtl .01 Class Rock, barred 1 the other and beat it for a street car." Stafftird-Agnew Go. Fall Goods Arriving Daily We have an excellent line oi Quilts, Blankets and Pillows just placed in stock Quilts from to Blankets from to Pillows 90c to A large shipment of Boots and Shoes just opened trp also V The gjoods are right and the prices are right THE BENTLEY 'ANY. ;