Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Stay a WHCN IN LETHIMIOaE TEc J Hotel Wiadftor a Day in Albtrta BUS TO ALL TRAIN! Are You Going Shooting on The 23rd If so. don't forget that we are headquar- ters for Sporting Goods such -GUNS JRIFLES AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS WADERS SHOOTING COATS ANrD GITN SUNDRIES the party who buys shells at our store Saturday and Monday for Tuesday shoot. will give SIX BOXES XITRO CLUB SHELLS for the one that secures the largest number of ducks. The same to be presented at our store to be counted; a record will be kept till Wednesday the 24th at 6 p.m. and the shells delivered to the TUCKV one Thursday morning. far Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE A RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE 0. BOX 670 five special attention to mail WHAT YOU NEED A WATERMAN IDEAL FOUNTAIN 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 select from. nrson BOOH WWtnay Block First door west Union. Bank Aftnti fBr UmUrwoU writer Phone 1265. for lOc Here's SoO.OO worth of pro- tection for your walls, pictur- es. chandeliers, curtains and furniture for only iQc. DEATH-TO-FLIES is a spe- cially prepared porou? paper. that attracts flies and KILLS THEM INSTANTLY. Put up in a handy form. cut ready for instant use. S pieces for lOc at SOMETHING YOU HAVE NEVER HAD BEFORE in bottles, each Shem Ginger, ycr glass...50c Potted Chicken, Potted Bloat- er, Potted Sardines, in glass at ....................20c Mushroom Ketchup, borl.. .30c Cumembert tin ..45c All Specialties of Noel Sons. France all highest class goods. Call and see our supply of FRUIT and you will be surprised with QUALITY 4 PRICE The Store of Quality Guo. Kerr Co. Groctrlet, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 FRESH CLOVERHILL CREAMERY BUTTER "The Kind that Is Always Good." Arrived Today We are sole agents for Lethbridge for this butter Nft" "Q" -Tis brand of butter from us W THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS RETAIL FRUIT PROMPT DELJVEDY BE SURE OF FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS Just received. The "NEW GEM" in all ti; Also Fruit Jar Rings Craddock Vi ner ING FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 ADORE (a-door) A BELLE is Your Own Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. CITY AND DISTRICT BUSINESS LOCALS Call 444, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Don't forget the Grand Masquerade ance at Ed. Pulley's ranch on. Aug. 3rd. Four good prizes given. 210-2 The Barrie Carnages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstonn sell them. Show room at Athletic i i Call up Crown- Cleaners, cornei of Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. 474. 172-0 For first-class razor honine: your razors to M. K. Kaake ln the Oliver Block. Z1Q-2 The Lethbridge Caledonian Society will hold a dance on Thursday the 18th, at 8.30 p.m. sharp, for mem- bers and intending members only. Members are requested to bring their uie membership cards. AH ladies cordial- f Calgary, clear so 42 ly invited. Members with member-} Lethbridge, fair 77 43 ship cards and intending members j Winnipeg HMT- what you'll be doing when vou m ove- After the "bans" your USE OUR DOORS TO GO IN AT, They're always good and work per- ctly, being made to fit to perfec- SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 THE PATRONS OF THE are increasing daily, under the management of the proprietor, N. H. MURRAY All details in connection with menu.and ser- vice are under his personal supervision. It is the aim to maintain the Alexandra as one of the best and most up-to-date cafe's in the West. European Plan Prices to Suit All Edmonton, clear 72 49 51.00, all others Sl.50. 209-2 The Lethbridge Caledonian Society clear hold a dance on Thursday the 18th, at 8.30 p.m. sharp, for mem- bers and intending menders only. Members are requested to bring their membership cards. All ladies cordial ly invited. 20g_3 For good wrapping papery call around at the Herald Office. 207-4 FORECAST: All West-Fine day and on Friday, and warmer. SS 42 to- a little Good It 'is to your advantage to trade here. We don't mean to make the claim that we sell better goods than anyone else but we do offer you- the best goods produced and we have a complete stock, too., of everything any drug store sells. If we don't happen to have exactly what you want well get it for you and at no extra cost to you. Trade here for the satisfaction others get. IIberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. B. liPLET, Mgr. LETHE! T- D. Kevin returned last from. G-reat Falls and other points in Montana. CITY AND DISTRICT General Manager Bury, oi the C.P. R-, is in the city this afternoon. The funeral of Myrtle Mo5at was Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Brown left this IheW afternootl at" 3 p. m. from morning for Aliiambra, Montana her parents, 635 where they will remain weeks. Montana oi ner parents, eao Round street, and was under the di- lor some j rection of R. G. Addison. Ah- I The deat-h occurred this mornine of A change o: management has been Edith Marion Frame, aged 38 vears made m the Brown Amusement Co., the wife of -James F. Frame. She CAMPBELL GOES UP FOR TRIAL _ 'i The preliminary hearing of John M. THE INTERNATIONAL EMPLOY WENT AGENCY SUPPLYING MEN BY THE HUNDREDS WEEKLY Their Methods Contrasted with Fakirs Means of Luring Men for Their Money Only TO space between working men and the giant corpora- tions is a Ions felt want' in Western Canada. "LABORERS WANTED" is often an enticement for men out of funds to leave a what? Nothing at all! Simply a bunco srone. This same game is practiced by the unscrupulous even here in Lethbridse. In a recent issue of the local news- one employment agency whose Campbell, occupant of the rig that fcr tne truth is not sufficiently ran down the .AT, .to ,m.eet tlle demands of verae the barracks yesterday afternoon before Inspector West, J. P. Campbell was arrested on Saturday last and confined at the men On investigation it is found' that this statement is a loving lie wih the em pool has been for months and re- turned recently from Manitoba, where better operates the Arcade rooms, bowling alleys and cigar store, and the Majestic theatre FT Cleveland v ue eland, who has been assistant to r. u. arown Ior the Iast twQ succeeds the latter, who has left the the Public cemetery, Rev. A. city temporarily. u The IUneral take Piace Satur- o'clocfc from day afternoon at 3.30 the resjdence 521 taere to await his trial. The informa- tion was laid against hiK by Sergt of the city police. D. H. Elton, who stood not more than forty feet'" away from the scene of the accident, gave evidence as an I don of Knox church officiating. Florence Jones, the three weeks' i deceased leaves to mourn old child of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones, jr., Norman street North; Lethbridge, died yesterday. The fun- IeaVeS The OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square ieal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR 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, sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come In and get our prices. That's all we get rmr i-x> v ouuw you the advantage in buy- Ing here, then don't bay from us. Bogtrs-Cunningdara lumber Compaq takes place this afternoon to the Anglican cemetery, Rev. Mr. Popham officiating, and T. S. Fetterly in rharge of the arrangements. Samuel Thomas, Winnicott the eight months' old boy Of Thomas vvinnicott, died yesterday. The iuner al will take place this" afternoon. Rev. A. A. Lytle, of Westminster church, will officiate, and the body! will be buried beside the grave of Mrs. Winnicott, who died a few night (months ago. The vaudeville attractions at fte Leihbridge Fair evidently took with the out-of-town visitors. Al Morris manager of the Eureka theatre, who had charge of the attractions, has received re-quests from High Rive- and otter places to place attractions on a smaller scale at their fairs. loss, a husband and three children.' William, Marion and Eva. She also brother, Fred Hopkins, of North Lethbridge, and another bro- 1 tier and sister in the old country. Winnipeg Wheat I Winnipeg, Aug. opened 105 i-g, closed 104 5-8; Dec. opened 103, closed 102 5-8; May closed 107 1-4; cash quotations, No. 1 Nor. 109- 2 Xor. 107 1-2; 3 Nor. 103 5-S: No. 2 white oats 37 1-2; i N. W. Flax 2.20. eye witness. The accident happened during the time when the Indian procession was moving out to the fair grounds. Sev- eral ri off the trail as a re- ACAD1A SLOCK Jwt Ytrt, 4tt Rings Fresh, first quality rubber. These have just come in from the rubber factory. 3 Doz. for 25c Jo'iRstoniJacltsDo Prescription Druggists Headquarters For sult, and young Petras, in company with some other boys, was walking along, no doubt with one eye upon the procession. Two rigs were gcTng the opposite directions, and as they approached the boys dodged. One they eluded, but the feet of the horse driven by Campbell knocked down Petras. and the wheels passed over him, as far as could be judged. Dr. Levering in his evidence scribed his treatment of the scalp wound, stating that it required a doz- en stitches, three-fourths of an inch' apart, to sew up the scalp wound, and manager, supplies help of all kinds on tne shortest possible notice. Drop into the office, you men who are look- ing for work and one thing you are assured of. is "the square and while we don't parade honestv, yet we believe in it as the 100 men we bought R R. passes on the C. P R will tell you. Yesterday we sent" 45 men to Regina, Sask. Today we send 28 men and 3 carloads' of horses to Saskatchewan on construction work Ten carloads more will follow in the" next ten days. Men, we have employment for 400 men and 200 teams of horses. Lowest wages paid is 140.00 a month and board, while the more competent re- ceive UD to 5150.00 a month. Mr. Me Cutcheon paid out 1300.00 in cash "to oay to send his men east. He holds a recent from the C. P. R. f0r this amount. The International Employment AK ency sent- out 10 men to every one sent by any other similar agency This firm has the cash, the facilities, the Drains, the organization, and are men getters and men finders McCutcheon. Ring up loull get a square deal. Mc- Uitcheon stakes his all-his automobile rh_r tnat- The International cnat u necessitated his being j is from 6.30 a. m until kept under the influence of an anaes- never sleep. The office is in" the thetic for upwards of an hour. Theatre building, Lethbridge, no serious trouble had developed in! the wound, but scalp wounds are ex-! to deal with, and Do You Ever Get Your LUNCH at ROCHON'S Try their mid-day luncheon. See what yo.u get for 35c Before 'the winter sets in this cafe will be the popular light lunch cafe of the city. AFTERNOON TEAS BEST ICE CREAM Rev. A. M. Gordon- of Knox church left this morning on church business to points east of Milk River. He will be back again on Saturday even- Reliable Contractors -if Want the Best market supplies Locks and Fittings should The PETERBOROUGH LOCK MAjVUFACTTJR- EVG COMPANY'S GOODS are sole agents for this district. Ttie McKeown Hardware Co., ltd, Dufferin Round We Ship out of Town Daily the .he horse rig but claimed that ihe boy knocked down through pure unavoidable accident. However, His Worship considered that had Campbell been driving as cautiously as the circumstances called for. he Would have been able to avert the accident. The accused was committed for trial at the next court of competent juris- diction to be held in Letbbridge. At the time of writing bail had not been allowed as the future condi- tion of the injured lad was too uncer- tain to warrant any bonds -being ac- cepted. Is for those wto care TLe particular people Especially the cranks Pkone 794, or at all progressive grocers GILMORE, THE BAKER Russell Street. Mr. Duncan McVcan died yesterday at the home oi his son, Westminster Road. He came here froir, Greenock, Scotland, about three months ago, and was in good health until Sun- day, when he had a hemorrhage of the brain, which resulted in his death Wednesday afternoon. He was 58 years of age and leaves a wife, two sons and two daughters. The funer- al takes place Friday afternoon at 2.30 from the late residence, and will be conducted by Rev. A. J. Prosser. LINEN GOODS Replace your old table linens with something new. We have; TABLE up a dozen PLAIN HEMSTITCHED TRAY CLOTHS DAMASK TRAY DR.XWN SQUARES- These are all new goods and we would ask you to inspect stock of Dress Goods as early as possible. SILK DRAWN BATTEXBERG .............65c our new THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD.