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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta III TO Ak. TWAIN! Hctel Wiiuhior t In TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIM IN LITMBdlOOl The Dallas Hotel It BMt Cl.HVW Unt Plm to HALL FUKXITUKE. MADAM! SOMETHING NEW AND BEAUTIFUL Do %ou realue that your Hull is the first part'and sometimes the only part of your home a stranger sees. FIRST IMPRESSIONS are always toiling, and don't you think your- self that '01I lull could be improved so that those tlrst impressions would have'to'be PLEASANT ONES. LET US HELP YOU; we have on hand right, now some Scats aid Mirror, that honestly are BIGHT, both m price and m qual y. Just the i ery thing to assist you In your work of making the en- hance to i our home a cheerful and attractive one Look at that Hall from the Outside, ami If yon do not fee satisfied -.hat -von see looking at it from your neighbors standpoint, .COME IK AND SEE US AT Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE JUST WHAT YOU NEED! You will find that the White House Cook Book is the best tor the least money. 'When you want books, you will and our stock- the largest in Southern.Alberla. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY iLOCK WEST OF UNION 1ANK. FHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC UNDERWOOD T.YPEWRIT6IW Water Glass FOR PRESERVING-EGGS Oneiiraund costing you 25c will preserve Six Dozen egos for'oiiejor more years and keep them, right. Now i the time to put eggs down durihs'the Dry-Farming Con- gress There will be thousands, of eggs in demand. 2Sc now will aave'you Jl'oO In a few months.-. Sold The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Remember! When yoii buy Drugs you place entire confidence in your pharmacist TVhon yon buy drugs at cur store we realize'tlie conndeuce you us and it is our endeavor-ahuays to be more than wrtny of'lt We Iteep'1 only! the best; drug store sun- itrlCB and sickroom aids, therefore we soil you tho best All.jmr- chases-made at our store will increase your confidence in us. JACKSON CO. A 1 Groceries Of full weight at liricoa you will yourself consider have" complcui grocery of the Vvorybody kind." THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS ARE Y1XELANJ) t'AXNKU GOODS IN SANITARY TINS TOMATOES. 3 price each ..........20c RASPBERRIES, 3s III heavy syrup, CORN, J lo. tins, price 2 for I'rice per case 25c .............._ STRING BEANS, 2 Ib tins, lirlco each.....15c. Price per rase........................ GALLON APPLES, price elicll 45c. price per I5c. Price per case PUMPKIN. Us fine for pies, per tin FRUITS, in heavy syrup, 2 Ib. tins, assorted cases prices per case......................... Extra fine local grown hot house Tomatoes, price pe RED CURRANTS, srown at Magrath, another shlpmen KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR AD'S FOR PRESERVING PHONES: Grocery Dept. 52ft. WnollHle Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627, STRAWBERRIES, 2a ill heavy syrup, price per PEACHES, 2s in heavy syrup, per case.. ..14.76 BARTLETT PEARS, in heavy syrnp, price per case FRESH PEACHES for preserving, per case PEACH PLUMS, 4 baskets to crate, crate 25c. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS KJf CREAM FftUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL t expected tomorrow morning, price per Ib. .20c. FRUITS! IT WILL PAY YOU PHONES: Grocery Dept. 525. Wholesale Dept. 1271. let Creim W- WEATHER Edmonton 62 53 .01 'algary 63 11 Macleod........................ 70 -15 lediuine Hat 65 !7 -3-1 'rince Albert 7-4, 52" Moose 72 52 innipeg 78 5G -OS amlodps 75 50 Grand 75-53 Kcd Deer 62 -IK Brooks........................... 8-1 37 .01 Lethbridge............. 71 -18 Saskatoon 68. M -30 Swift Current 68 -IS :02 Port US 58 .02 Nelson......................... .77 -II Some scattered showers have oc- curred in each oi the prairie provinc- es, but for the the weath- er has been fair moderately vrann. FORECAST AH winds, mostly fair and moderately warm today and on Wednesday. CITY 'AND DISTRICT Entries Close Tomorrow Intending exhibitors at the Leth- bridge Fair are reminded that entries close tomorrow (Wednesday.) 'Back to Work P. C. Kenny has returned to the city from a month's vacation at Tor- mto. New Bakery F. iUcCauley, who formerly conduct- ed a large bakery, and catering busi- ness in Eastern Canada, has opened tore in Lethbridge, to be as the Lethbridge'Bakery. HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER It is simply cooling and refreshing these blistering hot days. Pure healthful and good 'for you. Have you i ricd our Assorted Sodas? They are real nifty the right fla- vor. Everybody's drinking them, why not you? Let us have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- Money Saved is Money Gained HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY Fine Linen per pound 2Sc- Envelopet ta'match, per pickaje 2Sc- KENNY ALLIN STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES BLOCK PHONE Returning Home Inspector West, of the.. Mounted Po- ice barracks who has been visiting .he old country .for sometime past irrived in Quebec yesterday. He will reach Lethbridge in a few days. District Court Tomorrow A special sitting of the District Court will be held tomorrow with Judge Winter presiding. One or 'two criminal cases will be. disposed "of. New Offices The -Lothbridge Iron Works have converted the house lately occupied by J. A. Kilver east of the offices.' Another Cigar. Factory Dicker and Whealcrqft bavn open ed a cigar factory a.t 422 .Seventh Ave. South, which employs six people. .This makes the third cigar factory in Lath- bridge. Fire at Brewery A small fire occurred yesterday morning at the might, have resulted In In" some manner a fire sot started In the partitions of the malt1 bouse, and It was only after wcrrk tlmt the fire brigade got Ifniit.' The loss was only Transferred to Calgary W. II. Sharpe, who for ..thfi past year lias hcon hi chargcTbf tho house department unii adver- tising ai the Hudson's Bay Stores, here, has beRii. to: Calgary where he. will be'in'-charge of the house furnishings department i-n the company's store there'-'Mr. Sharped position here will be takfjn Lby Mr.-S. Young. BUSINESS LOCALS quick bigsage 'istl'Vtct, phone RM Cinar Store. For high class French dry'; cleaning phone -I7'l, tlie Crown Cleaners. 178-0 M. K. Browning, ]iiaiu1 tuner, ,wH-h Jlasou Uiscli, phono 200-0 riione.666, the-Messenger. Service tor pranpt niriiagc and baggage, delivery. Visit Us iii OUR NEW STORE 510 3rd Ave. New goods arriving' daily. We want you i.o come often. For- ma.! opening Inside two weeks "PHONE 556 CITY AND DISTRICT Lost Only Child Their many'friends iu the city will j regret to learn ilip bereavement which has befallen Mr. and Mrs. W. Ilolber-j ton by the death of their only child, j aged thirteen months, this j Theatrical Attraction for Fair Week Miss Constance Crawley and her splendid company ot players will ap- pear'at-the. Majestic Theatre (luring Kxhibition week in a series of first class plays. It is altogether likely that Uliss Crawley will produce "Romeo and Juliet." MR FACE! Your face should look -as clear and healthy as that of a baby. If it does not it is time, for you to gee jicquainted with our WITCH HAZEL CREAM which is .undoubtedly the best application for a poor looking skin ever prepared. Our Witch' Hazel Cream, 13 (irst of all, pure aad harm- leas to the why it does such good is why it is preferred by the ladies a! our this respect it is very different from most other creams.; You cannot afford to buy any other kind, neither can you afford to pay less. 25c the Bottle J, D. Higinbotham The Rexali Store CITY AND DISTRICT Says Crops. Look Good Inspector Howard, of the police bar. racks returned to the city iasl night from Coutts. Mr. Howard says the grain is looking In fine condition be- tween Lethbriiigtr and Coutts. lie met quite a. number of who expressed great optimism, at the outcome of lliis year's crop. Mrs. Dupen's Funeral Tho funeral of Mrs. Dnpeu will tnlte place from Mrs. Davies' residence, -lot: Fifth.'avenue South, at 2.15 ou Wed- nesday, and not from Fetterly's un- tiertaking parlors, as first mentioned, j The service at St. Augustin's Church: will be held nt 2.30. Lelhbridge Delegates at Kelowna Lathbridgc irrigatiouists at Kelow- na, in attendance at the.Western Ca- nada Irrigation Association conven- tion this week, are W. II. Fairtleld, C. Raley. Chas. Harry, D. J. Whitney, and C lj. Kane. The Board of Trade yes- t-eitlay wired the delegates to do ev- erything in their power to bring the convention to Lethbridge. for next year. Back from Saskatchewan C. .7. .Eckstorm returned this inorn- ng -from his. trip through Southern Saskatchewan, where he spent several days looking over his holdings in the Weyburn district. He travelled sonic distance west along -the Lethbridge- Weyburn line, and says that if that section of the country succeeds iu harvesting its crop without damage, it will outstrip anything he has ever seen. The crops are somewhat later there than here. Further Facts About Drowning As was surmised yesterday, the details of the drowning of .1. W. S. Duncan show that tho young man suc- cumbed to the waves because of cramp, which left him exhaust-ed, and unable io care for himself in, .the wa- ter. His companion, Don. C. Kent, j and himself, were forced to jump from the canoe on account of breakers. Both started lo swim ashore, when the deceased turned back to the canoe With the idea of remaining 'with the upturned craft until his companion arrived with help. Kent had not gone far when he heard a shout but thought there was no danger, as dhe deceased vras known to him to be a good swim- mer. On his reaching shore he got a launch, but when they returned they found only the upturned canoe, and the clothes they had thrown off -when taking to the water. Bxhaust'ion from cramp seems to have, been the cause of Duncan's death. New Gymnasium Completed The fine new, gymnasium in connec (ion with the Westminster school the N'orth Ward has just been com pletcd. It is a very handsome and compact structure, the interior beiiiB woll lilted up In every way. The'build- Ing will bo used this fall for. class- room purposes, pending the Installa- tiou'of the gymnasium Elosb Co. President K. Green, president, and II. Bell, dliector of the ISIoso Paving Co., spent yesterday in the city. This Is Mr. Green's first visit to the city, and he was much taken with the large amount of municipal improvements in hand at the. present tlnve. The com- pany-expccis tn complete its work he-re within a month. DIED HOUIKUTON'-On Aug. 13Ul, (ItorRe aged. 13 iiAinllis. Knnciul will lie pfivnte. Accommodate Forty-five Cars 'A couple a' days ago, Divisional Su, perinletidcnt Cameron, of the C. P. accompanied by one or tho company's engineers, was in the city Iu connec- tion with arrangements for park-, hie tiits for accommodation at the "lime of the Dry-Farming Con- gresit. .The company has already bal- lasted two tracks for the accommoda- tion ot the forty-five sleepers, which it is their intention to park near the entrance to Henderson Park, and will fulfil their promise to the Board of Control in this regard. Smooth cin- der paths 'will .be laid on both the cast and west sides of the trains, and connecting platforms will also be con- structed, so that the Inmates of the sleepers will be able to reach the car line without Inconvenience. All car such as icing and watering will he performed from between ,-thc two tracks. .The citywdl furnish wa- ter and sewer eohneotlon, and also lighting current such cars as arc provided with -electric lights. The company will, however, supply for 'ths cat's using gas. TO THE TRADE If you will need any fur- niture in your booth at the Exhibition, now is the time to phone for it. 00. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull .Block.''' Phone Avc. When using paints apply the best. Minerva Pure Prepared Paisit f; For exterior and interior use, has a record of severity-eight years. Goes Fartligst, lars lofipst, No Crsckifig, Jo 'Fading Tfee McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER ST. AND 4TH AVE, LETHBBIDGE. Lawn Fence Jiakeis Your.Ilcsidence Look 50 Per Cent More Valuable WE IIAVE.THE BUST 30 in. hiKli'C. per foot Sirin.liigli per foot 16 in. -T-ri.His.roi.- per foot. PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX The Wall Paper Question .-ISN'T A QUESTION II you buy your Wall Papers li-oni the Kcvlo Co., it's Samples and EstiuuUes furnished promptly. The Revlo Co. Utcoritort ;