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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO AC Wlndwr I I1.M Oiy Hottl In AIJMrtl lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHCN IN LITMRNIIMI The Daliiu Hotel thi Rest ind Moit Unt U Saturday Special 54inches "long, and Silver Ends Complete with brackets Regular Trice. Each 25 cents SPECIAL FOB TOMORKOW Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY OPP. MORRIS THEATRE Just received a large shipment of wire, desk baskets, waste baskets, etc. Phoue 1265 when you need .any supplies. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK PlMT COOK VVriT OF UNION SANK. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE UNDERWOOD Water Glass FOR PRESERVING EGGS One pound costing jou 35c will preserve about Six Dozen eggs or. more years and keep Now is the time to put eggs down during the, pry-Fanning Con- gress There will he thousands of eggs in demand 25c now will save you in a few months. Sold The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions When your doctor diagnoses and, prescribes for you, he intends you to follow his direction not only in taking the medi- cine eractlj as he sajs but m securing the exact medicine that he indicates'. In our Prescription Department we take particular pains to safe-guard your health and tc, assist your doctor by, using noth- iHg but pure, powerful full strength chemicals and drugs Send your prescriptions to us JACKSON CO. tHIRLOCK PHONi HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" It is simply cooling and refreshing these blistering hot days. Pure healthful and good for yo'i jou tnfd our Assorted Sodas' They are real nifty with right fla- vor Everybody's drinking them, why not you? Let ua. have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- Malting Co. Ltd. THELMA! THELMA! THE QUEEN OF PERFUMES ;We ;agenU in Lethbrliige tor' thin very delightful odor.' We are convinced that you have never used a Perfume which ii. so refreshingly fragrant and such'. dellncto, Instlng tlie of P.rfumer'i Art. Have your kcrchlof apray- at KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OUVIR iUOCK PHONE ,4 CAR OF CHOICE PRESERVING FRUIT From the finest fruit district In Washington, ARRIVED TODAY. In this we have a splendid variety of fruits and vegetables by getting such a Urge qunntltydlrect from the growers, we can give you the goods In the finest condition and at the very lowest prices. The followinj the FREESTONE PEACHES, discs I'M t.iM> 20 PRESERVING PLUMS, 201ti crates Pt'V crate........................... BARTLETT PEARS, Illlb cnses. Per PEARS, Clnpp's Favorite, 10 Ib. cases Per caso............................ EATING APPLES, fiOltl COSOS Per case............................ Or 3lbs for............................ 25c. COCKING APPLES, Soft oasus, per case.. Or 3 1-2 108. for 26c. GRAPES, iicr basket 90c. GRAPES, jlt'l' pouml.................'....... 25c. CANTELOUPES, rlpo unil fine for eating, prloo uuoh .....___.................. 15c and 20c. WATERMELONS, lioi-l Ib.................-. OSc. RIPE TOMATOES, per 2olb raise... GREEN PEPPERS, gar ICIb box............ GREEN PEPPERS, pel1 pound'............. 20c. SQUASH. Ib 1......04c. PIE PUMPKIN, per Ib. OSc. DRY ONIONS. stock, pur Ib............ 05c. BANANAS, per dozen....................... 40c. VALENCIA ORANGES, per 30c., 40c., 4 50c. LEMONS, per 35c 40c. PHONES: Grocery Dept. 828. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY nlGH CLASS 6ROCEM WC CRIAH FHUIT AND CONFECTSNMT WHOLESALE t RETAIL flreeary Dept. 629. Wholwali Dept. 1271. lc 57 .29 71 50 .46 5-1 .37 8.5 02 73 40 70 Set 21 The weather throughout the prairie j provinces has been u.ostly iair and comparatively cool. Slight showers of rain in Southern Manitoba. FORECAST V- winds, (air and warm today and Sat- urday. Showery Saskatchewan and ately warm and showerv today and Saturday CITY AND DISTRICT Concert Tonight Weather City Band 'will give its: weekly concert in Gait Gardens this evening at S.I S. Visit lTs in OUR NEW STORE 510 3rd Ave. New goods arriving daily. .We want you to-come often. "For- mal opening inside of two weeks Kirkham Bros PHONE 556 Bank Clearings The hank clearings at Lethbridge for the week .ending. 15 last year. A Child's Death Stanley Elwoo'd -Neve; the seven months' old Infaut sou ofMr. and Mrs Thomas of 319 Thirteenth street South, died in the citySyesterday. The funeral took, place this afternoon at from the family residence1 to the puhllc cemetery. Congress to Exhibit The .Dry-Farming "Congress ;will booth in the main hall during exhibition week, where Congress ex- hibitors will be able to get detailed information regarding the exposition which is one of the features of the session in Relieve Superintendent Arthur Smith, trainmaster at Leth- bridge, lett jesteidaj foi Afedlcme Hat. where he will relieve 'Superin- tendent Cameron, who v-MH take a mdnth'b hohdajs at the coast Con due tor' HcComb-e, of'Medicine Hat, has 'been appointed acting trainmaster relieving air. Smith. Widen Station Platform While here a few dfiys ago, Super- intendent of the C.. P. R. mode the announcement that the com- y would proceed almost immediate iy-with the work of .widening the plat- form at the depot In order that the work he completed ifi time tor the CongToss. Exhibits at Fair Local marchants are'busy erecting their booths and "preparing their ex- hibits at .tile main exhibition "hall'at the Fair grounds exhibitors have time this year to-get their in p'ace, and the big hall promises to be a bower of beauty when' everything is ready -for the op- ening Tuesday morr.i TAKE A BATH the habit in the twice-a da} to do it fre qiiently to What interests! partlcul drly in your case1 is a desire to tell you about bur stock of bath requisites.1 -We have them you and for o- little Good goods' the best, the market affords, and class, or prices the low- est Make up'yout mind todaj ,-We know the goods and shall be glad to help you select. Bath Brushes, Soaps, Sprays, Sponges, '.Perfume, Tolitt Waters, Turkish Towels, Tal cum'-Powders; Violet" Ammon- la J. D. Higinbothara Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store CITY AND DISTRICT Exhibit from. Kaliipell Word was received-at'the office of the Dry-Farming Congress ing that would at: tend the exposition and session, with a large exhibit from Kalispell district, in order to advertise.to'the.'world jiie agricuitural possibilities of that nth of Alberta's border, state. BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, Pious Res'Clear Store. 1M Pure, rich, thick Shipments received daily; pinis. 25c., quarts, Kcrr Co. high class French dry cleaning illume -17-1, tlio Crown Cleaners. 178-0 H. E. Browning, piano tuner .with Mason Risch, Ltd., phone 701. 200-0 Phone.660 the Messenger Service for iro.npt message, and baggage delivery. series of dances will bo hold dur- ing Fair week: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, In S. 'O. K. Hall, ami Wfl'i-. nesilay in K. or F. hall. Oaskell's or-, chestra: .1. B. Gaskell, leader (violin) R. Needs Si..L. .Channel) (druniBj Genti, 41 00. supper hii-lud- ed, ladles free Dancing from 9 to 2 The llrown Hetty Tea Kooin is op- en on .Saturday from II lo 6. Umnh sewed from li Mi I. )31-1 t.ethbridge Gets Much Publicity r. Waddingtor, of the Lethbridge Heal Co., re turned yesterday afternoon, from, an extended buBiness trip to Detroit, St. .Paul, Minneapolis, and other cities. Mr. Waudington was much impressed with 'the vast amount of which Lethbridge is i-eceiving in theae places on the Dry-Farming CongrefiS. JSverywhere Mr. Wadding- ton visited he came across post'cards bearing the words me at tlve Dry-Farming Congress in Lethbridge iu October." Laying Lethhridge schools system is grow- ing. may be seen from the fact that next Wednesday the mony of laying :i corner stone for this year will be held. The School cciumittea meeting this after; noon, when it was decided to hold the ceremony iu connection with the laying of the corner stone of the'Mau- itnl Training school next Wednosdiu Hon. J. II. Boyle, Minister of Edu- cation for the province, will he nre sent, and will perform the ceremony oi laving Ih-e stone. It IK quite probi- that P S MoKvnzle, Deputy Istei of JjducaUoii, will also be ,acht for the' 'occasion. Furthpr. .an- noiuiconiODt m! the details will bo made. CITY AND DISTRICT Only One Drunk One loiie drunk was Use offering; at police court today. As lie bad no and this being his firat of- fence, he was dismissed. TO THE Building- Permit! Ruikling permits were applied for yesterday -for the following buildings, which are already iu, course of con- j atruction: T. ilcNuUy, residence, Sec-1 ond avenue B, E. Loggin, house addition, Third avenue North, Lee Wong, restaurant. Thir- teenth street North, and E. J. Hill, residence, Seventh avenue South, '.E. T. Broad has the contract for the.erection of Mr. Hill's hand- some new residence, while Geo. Pear- son will build the North Lethbridge block. Eight Horses Killed by Lightning ''A curious story of the antics of lightning comes from Okoto.ks, where Dan McDonald, a ranchman, of that place, -was unfortunate enough .on August -1, to lose eight horses, valued at'sixteen hundred dollars. The noi- ses.'were but oh the open priarie dur- course of a recent storm, and weft-e ranged 'about so as to form a Tight angled triangle, While thus stand of them being more tlwm.fifty feet away from the nearest, a severe' electrical storm came up arid one of the flashes fff lightning so en- circled the horses arloy were entered, II G Long's 'Mandesoheurt" being high with 11, irer II G. Wells' 80 with the variety. CARD OF THANKS We hereby desire to convey our ap- preciation and thanks to the numy rlends and1 to the members the Companions of the Forest, S O E, A. O. F. and Lodges, for sympath} extended and floral offer- ings during our recent hereayement. MRS. BARNES: A. E. DUPBN. REGINA HAS A MURDER CASE Reglna, Aug. Coroner's jury, after hearing all the evidence re- lating to the death of Geo Koucbuk, who died as a result of injuries receiv- ed in the East end fast Sunday night, found that ho was feloniously, find un- lawfully killed and slain by Mofei Chitoviski, wth the assistance of Law- rcnce Bosto, both of whom are now in custody. INCREASE WAGES OF MEN 'Montreal, Aug. Montreal Tramways Co., has Increased the'wag- 'es of its conductors and motormen, ilho increase -being twti cents an hour -fur live year men, and one cent per hour for others. T wen hundred 'men are affected. The increase Is to oate from July 1 last 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 null Block Phone