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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta roe: TO TKAINI Hotel Wludwr V 11J5 i Bay Howl In V The Lethbridge Herald WHEN IN LETHMIOIil BaJlas HbW It the Most Cc.iivtrv- Unt PUo. to S HALL Ft'RNJTUJKE. MADAM! SOMETHING NEW AND BEAUTIFUL Oo .that your Hull is [he first part and sometimes the only your home a stranger sees. FIRST .IMPRESSIONS nreuilways lasting, and don't you think your- self' that you ball could be improved so that those first impressions would have to be PLEASANT ONES. LET US HELP YOU; we have'on hand right now some Seats atid Mirrors that honestly are RIGHT, both in price'and in quality. Just the very thing to assist you in your work of, making the en- trance to your home a cheerful and attractive one. Look at that Hall from the Outside, and if you do not feel satisfied Tilth-, what you see looking at it from your neighbors standpoint, COME IN AND SBE US AT Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE A 1 Groceries THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS ARE VliYELAXD CANNEI) GOODS IX SAiMTAHY TINS TOMATOES, 3 Ib. this, price each ..........20c Price per oaye CORN, 2 Ib. tins, price 25c I'rice per case STRING BEANS, 2 Ib' tins, price each----. 15c. Price per case............'............ GALLON APPLES, price each 45c. Price per 52.40 PUMPKIN, 3s fine for pies, per tin......... I5c. FRUITS, in heavy syrup, 2 Ib. tins, assorted'cases prices per case......................... Extra fine local grown hot house Tomatoes, price pe RED CURRANTS, jrrowu at Magrath, another shipmen KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR AD'S FOR PRESERVING in heavy syrup, price per RASPBERRIES, case STRAWBERRIES, 2s in heavy syrup, price per case ?5.25 PEACHES, 2s in heavy syrup, per case.. BARTLETT PEARS, 2s in heavy syrup, price per case FRESH PEACHES for preserving, per case PEACH PLUMS, -t baskets to crate, price per crate '-J1-W r 25c. t expected tomorrow morning, price per Ib. ,.20c. FRUITS; IT WILL PAY YOU PHONES: Grocery Dept. S28. WholtMlt De'pt. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 027. THE GOOD COMPANY Whol.Ml. Dipt. W7I. HIGH CLASS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND WHOLESALE I RETAIL let Cream Dipt. til. JUST WHAT YOU NEED! You will find that the White House Cook Book is the best: for.the least money When vou want books, yon .will find our stock the largest in Southern Alberta. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY IV.OCK nnsr ooos WEST or ONION IANK. JHONB i AGENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC 7YFEWRITER1 Water Glass FOR PRESERVING :EGGS_ One uound costing jou 25c mil preserve about Six Dozen eggs or more years and keep tliem.fislu. Now Is tile time to put eggs doun dnnng the Dry-Farming'Con- greba There uill be thousands of eggs in demand 25c now .will save you 31.50 in a'few months. Bold j The Frank Hedley Drug Co. j SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA .DRUG CO. WEATHER Edmonton 64 M Calgary........................ tiS 48 Prince Albert Ii5 33 67 47 .01 .Moosotnin 'ID .W I'entictnn..................... 7-1 411 Brooks....................... 72 "42 Batllcionf............ ......r 71 55 Winnipeg 4li lied Deer 113 SO Medieinr Hat................. 74 43 j Swift Current iili .01 Husscll .US -12 .13 Karaloops SI 511 Coronation .iil'l.OO JLelhbridge 71 M3' Saskatoon............. '63 53 Port Arthur 78 IB A fiw scattered sliowers have oc- curred in ainl. Southern Sas- kafela'wan. fOlsewut'-rp tiu; weather has open fine and moderately cool. FORECAST: Western .Provinces l-'ine today- and Thursday not much i change in temperature. Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions .When your doctor diagnoses your case and -prescribes for you, follow his.direction not only in-taking the medi- cine he but in securing the exact medicine that he indicates Jn our Prescription Deportment take particular pains to safe guard your health and to asfeisi your doctor by ubi-ag noth- ing but pure, poweiEul, full strength chemicals and drugs Send your prescriptions to us. JACKSON CO. PHESCIIIPTICN fMEKLOCK CLOCK. PHONI 1JH. HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER Tt Is pimply cooling and refreshing these blistering hot days. Pure healthful and good for yon. Have you tried bur Assorted Sodas? They are real nitty beverages, .with the right Fla- vor. Everybody's drinking them, why not you? Lei us have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- ing Malting Co. Ltd. PHONE 554. Money Saved is Money Gained MBRE-IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY tint 'tlntn pound.................... Envelope! to match, per packnge................. 25c. 25c. KENNY ALUN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 1487 CITY AND DISTRICT Artist Will. Be: Thirs C. II. .'Russell, the v.-eli Unowii Great Falls artist, will ;itteii3 the'Stampede at Calgary. Entries Close' Today All entries for Oie'lethllriclse Exhi- bition much he hands of retary tonight. Visit Cs in OUR NEW STORE 510.3rd Ave. goods arriving daily. We want you to; come often. For- mal opening-inside- of two weeks tpHONE 556 Band Concert .Friday The city band will ghe their usual weekly concert in Gait- Park on Fri- day evening. r Laid Corner Stone .The corner stone ".of .the -new St. Barnabas Church at Medicine: Hat was laid on Monday ailing, by E. B. Cochran. Building Permits .Building permits were 'taken out this morning by -lames Fisk: for a. barn on Twelfth avenue.South, cost- ing and by J. T. McGregor, for a residence on" Sixth a venue: the Parkdale costing Reduction The lias an- nounced a material reduction in.rates in all points in to so-Jnto ef- fect tomorrow. It is naderstootl 'that the rodnciions do not affect parcels coming from United States points. Baby Dead William George son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Halcrow, of nil Tenth street'South, died yester- day. The funeral took; place this af- ternoon at tour o'clock. Recruits A despatch from Montreal states that Inspector West H. N.-W. M, P., airived there yesterday. He was suc- cessful In getting thirty ;reciuits for the force on his trip. District Traffic. Manager A. Gibson'find .Ragan, re- presenting department of tlto government telephone system, are in the city today. Mr. Gibson has re- cently, taken the position of travelling inspector of service for the entire pro- vince, and Is making his first trip tP Lethuridge.- Mr. Regan conies to Lethbridge as district traffic manager for the I.clhbridge dish-mi. Bu, will take up his residence here at air .early date. BUSINESS LOCALS For quick: baggage service, Rex CiRar Store. For high class French dry cleaning phono the Crown.Cleaners. .178-0 T1...K. Browning, piano timer- Mason Ilisch, Ltd., photic 7itl. 200-0 Phone GGfi (he Mcssrngcr Servircjor pro-upt mrssage and baggage aim TAKE A BATH .Get the habit in the twice-a day to do it fre- coinforlable. ,What Interests u-s '-particul- al'ly in your case is a desire to tell you about our stock-of bath requisites. We -have them all for you and for cverybods', big or little. Good goods, -actually the best the market affords, and for that class or prices are the low- est possible. Make up your mind today: '--AVe know the goods and 'shall be glad help you select. Bath Brushes, Soaps, Sprays, Sponges, perfume, Toilet Waters, Turkish .Taf- cum Powders, Violet Ammon- J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store CITY AND DISTRICT Paving Next Week. Enquiry, at the Eloso Coy's office to- day elicited the information that the laying of the asphalt cover on Seventh street and Third avenue be ;begun at latest by the middle of next week. New Lights Please Many were the favorable-comments heard .on the streets regarding the lights which appeared on Fifth St. and Third Avc. last night for the first time; Boosting the Congress John ..T. Burns, secretary of the Dry-Fanning Congress, lias written letters to every business man in Leth- bridge, asking that an afterword be written to each latter leaving the of- fice between now. and Dry-Fanning Congress week. 'AlH.hat is necessary to say is "Dry-Fanning Congress, October likifi." Chance to Make Monev ____ y cara will be Chance to Make Monev Snpl. McOautey, of the Ci street railway system, ata.ted CITY AND JJISTHICT Three New Teachers Mount Royal College, Calgary, has added three new teachers to its staff. Miss Elaine Borden, daughter of the principal of .Mount Allison University, N. B.; .f. Edgertou Covering. B.A.. To- ronto, and H. McKiel, B.A., B.Sc., of' Queen's University. A New Gafe -Messrs. Schnle and Weber will open the Club Cafe, two -doors west of. Ihe Post Office in a few days. Both are -experienced in the restaurant busi- ness, and stale that Club Cafe will he high class, and on the European plan. Ardell Up Again Jack Ardell, who has liquidated fines at court times without .number during the past two years, appeared oil the same old charge of drunkenness this morning. This lime- be was given ten days to clear his system of the accumulated booze. Grassy Lake :.Lady Dead ,The death took place in the city of Jessie King, 32 years, "of Frank King, of Grassy' Lake. The remains were sent from Fetterly's undertaking parlors last night to Grassy Lake, where inter- ment will take place. Late ,Andrew Dunbar's .Funeral To- Morrow The funeral of Andrew lumbar, wto died'in this city last Monday, will take place tomorrow (Thursday) morning, at 10.30, from Fetierly's-un- dertaking parlors to the public ceme- tery. Funeral of Mrs. Dupen The funeral of the late .Mrs. Al- bert E. Dupen, of Royal .Vieiy, took place-this afternoon at 2.15, from the residence oC Mr. and Mrs. Davtes, .406 Fifth avenue South, to St. Aug- tistin's Church, where a short arid beautiful funeral service was conduct- ed by .Rev. .Mr. In addition to a large number of rela- tives and -friends, there were also present representatives of the Com- panions of the Anci-ent. Order of For- esters, 'of which ilr. Dupen is Dis- trict Chief Ranger. The pall hearers were .lack "Davies, James Wallbrook, Howard :Case, 'Harry Withers, Budd Rc-ed and Cyril Watson. After'I ho ser- v-Jce in the the remains were interred in" the" Anglican cemetery. The floral tributes from'the deceas- ed's friends were many and beautiful, and were as follows; Gates ajar, Husband jyul children; harp, her mother; wreath, Lethbridg-a Lodge No. 2 I.O.O.F.; wreath, Mrs. Reed and family; pillow, Companions Forest; wreath, Mr.' arid Mrs. W. Hopkins; heart, Ancient Order of Foresters, Court Unity No. 0311; wreath, and Mrs. H. Godfrey: M. Ritchie; cross, Mr. and -Mrs. ,1. A. Richards; wreath, Ancient Foresters, Court Star, No. pillow, .her .friends of Royal View; anchor, Air. and Mrs. Howard Case: wreath, Sunny Alberta Lodge; wreath, Air.'and Mrs. C. Covell, and Watson; cross, Air. and Mrs. Fred Gow and Mrs. M. K. Hoy; sprays from Mr. H. P. Withers, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. liQuter, Mr. and Mrs. A. McKen- zie and family, Mr. and Mrs.1 .1. U. FJeetwood, Mr. T. Mr. and Mrs..: James Wall work, .Miss Davieg and Mrs. prniond; school children o-fj Royal View, Mr. H. C. Fitzsimons, 8. Lodge No. and Mrs, W. Whitney, Mrs. Kirkham and fam- ily, isd'Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Vail Home. KILLED AT REGINA Regina, Aug. Versa, 12 years old, was killed on top of Al- bert ;3treet subway, today, by the switch engine. Me was to find circus grounds, and slipped while crosslngl Ihe. tracks. Ho was'cut in two- at the abdomen. TO THE TRADE If you will need any fur- niture in your booth at the Exhibition, now is the time to phone for it. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull "Block Phone Avc. When using paints apply the best. Minerva Pure Prepared Paint For exterior and interior use, has a record of seventy-eight years. Goes Farthest, Wears Longest, No Cracking, No Fading The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER AND 4TH AVE.. LETHBRIOOt L F, awn rence Makes Your Ucsidenoe Look 50 Per Cent More Valuable WE HAVE THE BEST 30 in. 36 in. high 16 in. Trillis J'or A relics, l.Vpor foot I to. per Tool; 9c per foot PHONE POST OFFICE SOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from (lie Rcvlo Co., it's Samples and Estimates furnished promptly. The Revlo Co. ant: Avenue South ;