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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL Tlotel Windsor Beit .1 Day Hotel In Alberta .f. .7. e Daily Herald WHEN IN A The Dallas 4. U (hi Btit and .J. IMI! Place tc 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. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co, The Celebrated Patten's B.C. Celery is imu'h Kit peri or In to any other celery fcTown in British Columbia. A special process is titfinl in blenching which is hold as a secret. tho growers. are rigor, t for Lcthhrhlgc for tills celery. Price per pound....................... 15c. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF From Ontario arrived today. expect this to he the lust for thin sortsou, Price per pound 20c. Good's Delicious Ice Cream uns uio quality and t'luror always the sumo. Absolutely Pure and Wholesome. If you liuvo not ill ready tried our ICE CREAM, do so NOW. You will ap- preciate it. Parlors and inunul'iiciurinK plant on Fourth Avciuic, South. A CAR LOAD OF ASSORTED to ar- rive about next Tuesday. Watch this space Tor purticulai'B. i MAIN STORE ROUND ST. 'J.J-VE 526 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GKOCERS DUFFERIN ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AMD CONFECTIONERY (RANCH WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONE (2? AGENTS FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT tuna 752 P. O. Box 675 Wi; Spec! Office Supplies When you iiml office supplies ring up 1265. a full line of Typewriter 1'npers .and K-ibbons and Special .Hulod Blank Books. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 121V AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS For Blistered Skin Apply Our Italian Cream Balm Nothing is quite so effective for healing, softening, and smooth- ing sunburn, blisters or wind roughened skin. A 25 cant bcttle will save you hours of suffering and annoyance. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 12SI ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Get yourself into shape for tired that comes }Q the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your coo'.titution with Al- berta's Prfde Boer. This beer is a tonic :md a strengfhener, A glaRS or two dally will give renewed liffi and vigor when you really feel ilke falling by the wayside. Its purity Is absolute and ft is a predigeated liquid food, assimilated h'y the weakest stomach. It is a boon to those suffer- ing from weakened digegtiro organs. Alberta's Pride beer is brewed' from best barley malt and Bo- hemian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. THIS LETHB1UDGE .BREWING AND MALTING CO., Limited PHONE 654 DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. O. BOX 279 324 SIXTH ST. S, PHONE j CITY AND D1STUICT I L. II. .lellifte, of Spring Coulee, is spending ihc day in town. I W. W. Madge, the well known Milk liivev sheep man, is in the cily. Tims. K- Hreen, of (ireat Falls, is registered ni the Alexandra. I V Swayne. of H. C-, is I in the cily today on business. Among the visitors lo the city to- day is W. Church, of Calgary. I Lawrence L. Comad, of Winnipeg, jis in the cily todav on business. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pace, of Winni- fred, are staying at the Alexandra. T. A. and family are in thr cify today from Banff en route! for (heir home at Weybiiru, Sask. j The Lethbridge Hnsinessmen's Asso I iciatioti executive will meet Monday levelling at S o'clock in Room 12, Hull I Block. i j F. C. Mock i- Company, agents for -j j tiie F.mploynicnr C'onipnny, j report having found work for 200 lab- i I orers during the past week. Work is progressing most favorably upon tlit1 Balmoral Block also the ne'.v theatre which will he occu- pied Al Morris. A. II. Dieseth will build a residence i ou Kifhtli Ave., S., a( a cost of and A. -I. Fetter will build one costing on .Sixth .St., S. THE FLOWER POT I sits down in The Janlinicr No unsightly rim shows. lsTo more expensive. We have nl sixes 4 in to 12. Let us show yoii the advan- tages of, this flower pot. Visitors welcome. Something new. TEE OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAM BROS 315, SixthSt. Phone 556 LIBERAL MEETING On .Monday evening there will 'be a meeting of tho execu- tive of tho LethbrldKo liberal Association in tho committee rooms, Oliver block, Fifth SI. All supporters of the Liberal candidate, A. Huchannn, are welcome to attend the meeting. START MADE ON GRAVITY SYSTEM CARDSTON PEOPLE PERATURE TOOK A DROP The Value Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- t-v of the drugs and the method and manner of their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, csnericnce and equipment assure that all medicines will bo com- pounded right. Bring all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PftlSCniPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, RlPLCY, PHONE 773 Chief GiHcspii1 has been imlisijosinl for the p.ist few days, and therefore unable to attend his office. Me is ex- pected to he around in a few days, however. j Mrs. F. P. Conybeare, president j of the Floivrr Guild, having asked j ilu1 Hoy Scouts in assist in the lawn festival to be held at Rivnrview on Monday evening, the Boy Scouts of patrols 1. 2 and 3, are requested to meet at the scout-master's business placi? at sharp. .lames Fisko, a jag of the garden t variety, appeared before the cadi this morn ing on his 'stccnlh appearance. Tie was ordered lo nay the usual do- nation in such cases, but being on his uppers was unable to decorate. Think j ing i he-re was need for more help nt (i the provincial jail, the magistrate commit ted him to Warden Rivers' jj keeping for fifteen days. W- A. Itlfinner-IIasseit, who is .speii-Iing some timu at Kecpawa, Man., has written to the Board of Trade asking that I.ethbridgc litera-i lure he sent him, as there are a great many inmifries in that part of the, country about the I.Pthbridgc ...dis- trict. Mr. Blc'iiiicr-Hassctt states that? he expects several parties from Ncc- pawa to come to- Lethhridge this fall to look over property here. Mayor Adams slated this morning that ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our ruTj tor near- ly quarter of a century. Please leep the Dominion sta- have consideration for pur employees by; making your ordinary jurch'ases ou woek days. Please in iday hours) 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. 4 P.M. to.5 P.M. 8 P.M. If 9 P.M. for other urgent uae pbooa 322 or Night Bell ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Tolephonen No. 322 Niiht Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Tlierc will he a dance in Reeling's Hall ou Tuesday evening. 204-1 Complete chance again tonight at Eureka, more interesting than ever. Don't fail to sec our Chore Uoy at tlio Lollibridge 22-25. The tlio LclhbridKe Fair, Aug. 22-25. The llmt he expected the work on ,alt HeilHv Co. 199_j. Park to be very near y completed by jt [air work, ne r.iisetl portion m the oi tlio pLirk and the diagonal lie finished hy that time, and park should present a good appnaranee. nnjinl oi Trad? will lie moved to the nortli side of the park. Dr. (I. II. WwSs, of Cardston, is among Hie visitors in the city today. Six laborers appeared before 'in- spector West al the Mounted Police this morning charged with contract with Mr. Peterson. Mr. Pet- erson was fiver, the contract by the A. K. A-. 1. to do some labor work he sub-tat it to Ihe six laborers, you have heard ahout it, Monday and Tnesilay nights you can see it. "The Hig Chicago Stock Yards at the Eureka. Tivo nights only. Call 6CC, the Lethbriilge Meuenget Service [or quick message and big- gage Olfict 327 Round St. Don't fail to sec our Chore Boy at Hie Lethbridge Fair, Aug. 32-3S. The Lcthbridgc-Wcyburn Realty C'o. 1H9-1 II. K. Browning, expert piano tun- ing, with Mason Kisch Piano Co., phone 791. 700-0 Don't fail to see our Chore Boy at Hie Lcthhrulgc Fair, Aug. 22-85. The B. hut they didn't do the work, so were l.ellihriSgc-Weyhnrn Itcalty Co. 199-1 arrested. As they had not the Messrs. Uaworth Ilros. have much amount Hie Hue, SI. 00 and costs .pleasure in advising you that they they wen- Kivr-n thirty days. part of" the premises of Tlic Sons of Kngland are goiiiR to Hie Royal Hank, where they propose Creek on Saturday next, for i to conduct a modern jewelry and sil- j the purnoso of coiiferring the White j versn'.ith emporium. Value, quality I Rose degree on Ihe nourishing lodge j and service will he featured in every of tlial town. A good crowd will department of their establishment. take in the Hip from l.ctlihridge, and j An cnlircly new slock will be al in itddition Cowley Lodge will have (your disposal. The cases which are its contingent on hnnri to assisl. An being especially mailc in Toronto will inierosiing feature of the trip will he not he here until about Ihe 20th of Ihe footlinll matcli between Pinchcr I .Sejit., but temporary fixtures will Creek anil Lethhridjte S.O.K. I'incher i be in place, in order to conduct the possesses many footballers who have business until they arrive. You arc made a mime in (lie gau.c in .South- cordially invited to inspect -Ihe ern Alberta, and they are tempting articles that will be on ex- of- uinkii.g the visitors go some to j hibi.tic.n. Kaworlh ilros., Jewellers louhcians. l.clllbridge. HDl-l Cardslon. Aug. 11. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Pratt was buried yesterday. 11 was the second victim oi the disease in layman's par- lance, called "infantile paralysis." The child of. Mr. and Mrs. Grow, of Hill Spring being the first. Some j eight cases have developed in this dis-j trlci, recently. The child oi Mr. Hor-j ace JSldridge has been dangerously ill j with it, but is reported as somewhat j improved. There have heen three or four cases in Cardston, one at Kiinhail and one al. Aetna. Dr. Lynn has had most oi 'them in charge. Tiie death of the infant of Mr. and Mrs. Pratt was the most sudden of any known to your correspondent, it having.been ill hut a few hours. The "uneral was private and was in charge of the Cardston Ward authori- ties, by request of the parents. It is reported that the old firm The Alberta Lumber i Hardware Co., Ltd., has sold out its lumber iiisiness to the Pioneer Lumber Co. J. C. Ciihoon, the manager, is ex- pecting to go abroad in a few months and he will devote his time to his liotel and ranching interests until be departs. The large addition to the present quarters is under way, 36x75 cet. and this will make our foremost lote! and very large and convenient jste.lry. A large number of enthusiastic Lib- erals departed for I.ethnridge yes- erday. Among them are the dele- ;afes, Messrs. John W. Wooli, Mark Spencer, F.. N. Barker, U. H. Cald- vell, H. Wm. Pilling, 0. E. Snow, I. A. Hammer. The weather has seemingly settled, nd though it was cold Wednesday, he mercury getting down to 3-1 de- ;rees from yet the tenderest as tomatoes and beans, re unhurt, and all are wearing hap- iier expressions because of the sunny weaiher. Cutting of the grain will be- gin at once in some of the fields near Cardslon, that is, as soon as the ground is sufficiently dry. Gravity System Begun Some thirty men are working on the trenches for the new gravity wa- ter systen? under the direction of the engineer. R. R. McArthur. These have been individual contracts for one hundred or two hundred ar more lineal feet of the trench. As yet the work is within Hie town limits. Building operations arc again in full blast today, and with the side- j ivalk men, the hilildnrs and the wa- terworks force, Cardston presents a busy sight to all comers. We arc' making progress. PURPLE SPRINGS LIBERAL ASSOCIATION The Purple Springs Liberal Association have got their or- Sanitation completed and their committee rooms fitted up. Tlicy invite any who want in- formation or who can make some remarks Tor reciprocity, ftnd the Liberal candidate to mako inn rooms their hoad- fjimrlerg. They nre always ready 'to hear any speakers. New Fall LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR SECTION 2ND FLOOR Suits Just arrived, our first .'liipincnt, of -Ladies' Suits in navy, grey, lawn; innLIVO, black, etc. Serges, pn-nninas and bnskct weave materials still very strong. Prices (o SILK WAISTS Navy, brown, green, grey and black waists in all new styles. Prices to The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. A SNAP Washing Machines muit go 201 off For three only. Come early and get your choice ARTHUR HAYR Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 We lead! Coolest place In Lethbridge. ROCHON BROS We place Men's Lunch.) SOW, Tomato. COLD HEATS, Ham, Mutton, Pork, RoMt HOT MEATS, Chicken Pot Pie, Pork Pot Pie. SALADS, Ixibater and Potato. NEW B. C. Potatoes. DESSERT, Apple and Lemon Plo Peaches and cream. Vanilla ice cream. CONFECTIONERS Quaker Bread The mist Is a rich brown; The crumb like unsweetened Angel Food. from the kitchen for lummflr at lent. Your family .will appreciate Quajttr Bread. Phone 1027. GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Cocoa Door Mats Steel Door Mats Cleaning Specialties Scrubbing Brushes Feather Dusters Self Wringing Mops Liquid Veneer for Furniture Waxoil for Floors The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6TH AND 4TH AVE., ;