Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
to 4 Meet convenient IV Dallas Hotel to Stay WHIN IN LCTHMIDGE TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Hotel Windsor Dot Diy HoUl In Albtrtt FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Z YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD RANGE? don't decide tbat you have found the good Range .until you have the styles and makes we offer. Quality considered, we sell better ranges for less price than any dealer in the West. Buying right and in large Quantities give us an advantage and you make by it. WE SHOW A BIG VARIETY of every size and style of 4 and 6 lid. Ranges. TWO SPECIALS OUR STEWART "WASCANA" lids; warming closet and extension shelf, zaakes an ideal range for smaller fam- ilies. We guarantee it perfection in construction and -working Price Complete SPECIAL NO. 2. STEWART a somewhat similar style but has 6 lids. The grates and castings -througbQut are of very highest grade. This Range also has extension shelf and warming closet. A Range TVS recommend -and guarantee uncondi- tionally. Price Complete Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE 0. BOX S70 iptclat attention to mail orders WHAT YOU NEED A WATERMAN IDEAL POUNXAEV PEN These are made in differ- ent points to suit all -writers, and can be had in the ordin- ary barrel, the jointless or the self-filler. A complete stock to seiect from. BOOXSTOUE Htw WMtnty Block First door west "Union Bank far Undtrwotf1 writfcr Phone 1265. DRUGS ARE LIKE DIAMONDS in one respect at have to trust implicitly in the dealer's probity. We are as scrupulous about our drugs, chemicals and prescriptions as Tiffany, for instance, about precious stones. We have made a reputation, and in- tend to keep it as long as we're in business. IIberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialista 1. B. RIPLEY, Mgr. Shoulder Braces There are many people who should wear a shoulder brace. They prevent round shoul- ders and faulty breathing. If you want the best in 'this line see our stock. We have had the experience in this line and our stock is right OUR CAR OF FRUIT Has Arrived Today. CRAWFORD PEACHES Per case ............S1.35 PLUMS All kinds, per basket .45c Per case PEARS 2 Ibs. for ............25c Per case BANANAS Per dozen ...........40c ORANGES Per dozen .....35c and 40c APPLES 4 Ibs. for ............25c Per case The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, Vegetable and Crockery phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS The Sun Agency, agents for Victor sales and vault doors, Sun typewrit- ers and computing scales, silent sales Tien, show cases and store fixtures. Phone 1046, P.O. Box 687. Office 411 Ford street. We take orders for Ash- croft's coal. The Barrie Carnages and wagona are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 Call 444, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for .quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. For good wrapping papers call around at the Herald Office. 207-4 Stop Right at the EureKa, don't go by or you will miss something great. See Stanford, the greatest wire equilibrist ever in the West, also Lindley and Fisher, some sketch artists. Call up Crown Cleaners, comer of JRedpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. 'Jhoae 474. The Store J. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door CITY AND DISTRICT Rev. H. Bryant has resigned the The Lethbridge Caledonian Society hold a dance on Thursday -tie ISth. at 8.30 p.m. sharp, for mem- bers and intending members only. Members are requested to bring their membership cards. All ladies cordia ly invited. 208- For the Edmonton Exhibition, Aug 23 to 26, 1910, the Canadian Pacifi Railway Company will have in effec special fares. For full particulars as j.to fares, limits, etc., apply to nearest (Canadian Pacific ticket agent. CITY AND DISTRICT Peter North this morning brought Hat Baptist to the Herald Office potato tops mea- suring over 5ve feet in height. They t random, from he has in pastorate of Medicine :hurch. The school board meets to-night to PulleQ. award the contract for the Fleet vood'3111 acre potatoes school. North Lethbridge. A post office under the name of F" H- Peters> cniel" engineer of the Richdale has been established on the! surTey made of Mary's and Milk River and international streams, came into the city yesterday from Milk land returned this morning- northwest quarter section 36-30-12, west of 4th M., wit-h F. A. Richard- son as postmaster. Immigration Inspector Chas. Mair north yesterday to Edmonton to visit at the bedside of his brother-h- j to. come down to law, H. W. McKenney, M.P.P., is seriously ill River, un- to who i ttie several criminal cases _John Rose caugnt an eight-pound river sturgeon in the river just south of the bridge this morning, a fine fish and is a rather catch. With It was unusual j now awaiting attention, the prooabU- I ities now are that they will be divid- ed between His Honor Judge Noel, of Athabasca, and Judge Carpenter, of Macleod. Judge Noel is .expected here to-morrow or Thursday, and the five or six men awaiting trial will elect to C. S. Woodward, of Calgary, _ ___ well known elevator contractor, is U i in each direction lice station this morning. j Special rafcs to Toronto Eshibi-! tion are announced by the C.P.R j this morning. Tickets will be en sale from Aug. 20th tn -Sept. 4th, and j will be good for return until the (23rd. The transit limit is 10 davs the city to-day on business. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square 2eal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for TOUR pat- ronage. We'll-give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sasa, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fall to come in and get our prices. That's all we get oar prices. If we can't show you the advantage in buy- Ing here, then don't buy from us. logers-CunningliaiB Lumber Conpanj, limited Norman Robson, C. W. Steams C E. Wilcox and M. J. Graham, Of Maple Crock, who came up last week by auto from the Saskatchewan town to take in the Lethbridge fair, left in their cars this morning on the re- turn trip. EXTRA FANCY CRAWFORD PEACHES For Preserving- Are now at their best. We are selling some very stock today at 1.40 per case. Place your order to be sure to get the best. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 25 PROMPT DELIVEDY BE SURE OF FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS Just received. The "NEW GEM" in all sizes. Also Fruit Jar Rings Craddock Vi ner BUILDING FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 Is what you'll be doing when you iall In love. After the "bans" yojir "adorable" will1 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 EAT AT Si EXCELSIOR CAFE Quick Service. OPPOSITE THE EUREKA The very best cuisine in the city Short Orders a Specialty. Regular Meals .25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS for J6.00 for Reliable Contractors Want the Best market supplies Locks and Fittings should The PETERBOROUGH LOCK MANUFACTUR- ING COMPANY'S GOODS i are sole agents for this district. The McKeown Hardware Ltd, Dufferih fir Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug. opened 104 5-S; closed 104 7-S. 'December 102 3-S; closed 103. May opened 107 3-8: closed 107 5-S. Cash No. 1 Northern 10S 1-S. No.' 2 Northern, 107 3-S, No. 3 Northern 103 3-4. -No. 1 White -Oats, 47 3-S. Flax 220. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug. the cattle market the receipts today includes cat- tle, 763; calves, 24; hogs, 79; sheep, 23. Of the total run about 350 head were exporters which are to be ship- ped east to-morrow. The quality of the stock offered for sale was fair and the market was strong for good butchers' cattle. Prices paid ranged frou to 53.00. Calves were strong and sold at 14.50. Hogs were also firm selling sit per cwt. ott cars at "Winnipeg. Eighty seven car- loads of stock are expected to arrive some time this afternoon from various points in the west. The Menu at the Alexandra i Cafe Is extensive enough to suggest some- thing to tempt your appetite. The Prices Are varied enough o to suggest suit purse. thing to sorne- your THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 58 42 .32 Calgary, fair 58 52 .22 Lethbridge, fair 59 47 Winnipeg, cloudy 82 52 .06 Rain has fallen at many places in each of the prairie provinces and the weather has turned cooler, especially so in Alberta and Northern Saskatch- ewan. At several points minimum temperatures were in the thirties. FORECAST: All and cool. Wednesday, fair with station- ery or slightly higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT There will be a meeting this at 8 o'clock in the CITY AND DISTRICT hunters are eagerly looking forward to Tuesday next when duck hunting opens. The hardware and sporting goods stores dressing their windows with cartridge i belts and vests and hunters' supplies; Large numbers are arranging to be out in different sec- tions of the .country early in the morning of the opening day. Reginald E. McArthur, civil engi- neer, Sherlock Block, and Charles de Condamine, Dominion Land sur- this city, have gone into guns: other R- B. Chadwick, superintendent of the Department of Neglected and De- linquent children, is in the city today holding an enquiry into the cases of two lads caught stealing a quantity of new gunny sacks a few weeks ago, and the two young girls in trouble re- cently for being out late at night in I contravention of the curfew by-lmw. Surroundings and Service Unexcelled. (Un- der supervision of proprietor) N. I MURRAY iucj-c oe a meeting tms even- mg at 8 o'clock in the offices of Sen- 01, have ator L. G. De Veber, Macdonald' ln order to combine -11 -i.- ian engineering and a survevintr block, of all the Laurier celebration committees. to be present sharp on time. both a surveying prac- The firm All members requested The firm Wl11 kDOWn as McArthur and de la Condamine, and the offices will be lo- Ti f-r Tf, _ a.uu. wjc win oc 1O- nn'JL 'S T I' catecj in occupied t7 roperty in Block G-. Dugerin St. H. M. and W. A. Whiddington are tie architects and Geo. Beaton has been awarded the contract. G-eo. Houk w.as fined S100 and costs r in default of payment, nvo The death occurred in the city last night at the age of 88, of John D. McKelvie, father of A. L. McKelvie, of McKelvie and MacG-uire. The de- ceased gentleman has been failing for some months. The-remains will be shipped tonight to Brandon, -where most of his family reside. McKelvie months' imprisonment, by Justices of the Peace Wilson and Wv .or and h to-day. Besides' A. North ACAOIA 1LOCK 4O Fruit Jar Rings Fresh, first quality rubber. These have just come in from the rubber factory. 3 Doz. for 25c ,22 RIFLE Solid Breech Hammcrless like all Remingtons. Aospted to all gimt shooting be- cause it shoots equally without adjuitment 22 short, long and long rifle cartridges. Tates apart easily by turn- ing thumbscrew on side. You can look through the barrel andclean it from the breech, thus insuring lifetime wear. The barrel of an ordinary 22 rifie which cannot be cleaned from the breech soon- nuts out. It it the only Solid Breech Hammerleu 22 Repeater made which hai the convenient tube magazine. The difference between the modern Remington and other .22 riflei U amazing. J9Q9 If your dtaltr kam't one, write u for titeratmre. THE REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY Y. New York CHr named Joe Beebe, who although a' breed, is a treaty Indian. J. J. Cam- eron, of Smith and Cameron, defend- ed Houk, and at the conclusion o: the case, announced that he would ap- peal against the decision. Beebe him- self was fined S25 and costs, ;r-tl the liquor was confiscated. D. Z. Stewart and Bert Stringer, two Calgary real estate men, with a sister of Mr. Stewart's, Miss E Stewart, of Saginaw, Mich., passed through the city yesterday in a Mc- Laughlin-Buick automobile. They will go by car all the way to Butte, Montana, from there back to Spo- kane, and from that place home again to Calgary. L. McKelvie, the deceased leaves to his loss four sons and two daughters, John and Robert of Brandon, N. McKelvie, of Calgaryj; Miss F. and Mrs. "Wm. Anderson, of Brandon. He lived at Brandon ever since I882) until a few ago he carae to reside at Lethbridge. GILMORE, THE Stafford-Agnew Co, Notice DECLARATION OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP We, William H, Johnson, and Toller Huff, both of the City of Lethbridse in the Province of Alberta, formerly carrying on business under the firm name and style of Johnson Huff at the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, as Real Estate Agents, do hereby certify that the said partner- ship was, on the 15th day of August 1910, dissolved. All accounts owing to the partner- ship are payable to W. H. Johnson, who hereby assumes all liabilities of the partnership. Witness our hands at Lethbridge, the 16th of August, 1910. H. Johnson. T. M. Huff. 210-1 Fall Goods A rr ing Daily We have an excellent line 01 Quilts, Blankets and Pillows just placed in stock Quilts from to Blankets from to Pillows 90c to AJarge shipment of Boots and Shoes just opened up also- The goods are right and the prices are right THE BENTLEY 'ANY.