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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4; fNew Dress wlttoct How? Why, by using PACKARD'S The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Thursday, August Patent Leather Cream It keeps patent and enamelled leathers soft, pliable .Use it on new shoes and keep thorn prevents oracldng. Doubles dress durability. la white opal jars, I5caod25c. Tktrtfs a Packard Drtst- fjtf to otto every Steitttr. At AH feaknT i. I. PAGUtB t Ct, (Continued from front Today's repudiation does not neces- sarily mean that Roosevelt will not be temporary chairman after all. The convention delegates themselves will decide who is to open tee meeting, and deliver, the "keynote speech" but the state committee's recommendation of Mr. Shertean for the place -served took the ground that-harmony ought to be brought about if possible before the Saratoga convention. T-iie story that Mr. Griscom took a message to Mr. Roosevelt that would affect the future relations between Colonel Roosevelt and president is dis- credited in Beverly. Mr. Taft assum- ed the attitude that any overtures, if they be necessary, "must come from the other side." The statement issued iby Mr. Roose- notice on iheWpresident and his syn- j velt placing himself SQuare- porters that the old guard would ly on lhe side of rlle "progressives- fight him. to the end. much comment .here. 'What effect today's developments in up! You too! Before you get in shape for the day; drink a glaaa of T. Simons and G. L. Vrooman, who hart been in partnership in the real estate business with an office in the Lethbridge Hotel Block, are dissolv- Beverly Surprised Beverly, Mass., Aug. was.upset today when news came of the New York defeat of Theodore Roosevelt for temporary chairman of the New York state convention. The, fact that Lloyd C. Griscom, president! [of the New York county committee, had been in conference with President Taft Saturday night, added to the consternation that the dispatch cre- ated. Mr. Taft made no comment for publication. There is nothing to in- dicate that he knew Mr. Griscom's plan to force a vote on Mr. Roose- velt's name. So far as can be learned -Mr. Griscom's talk with the president had to do solely with the general sit- uation in New York, and Mr. Taft iNew York may have upon the re-or- ganization plans that have 'been in progress is a matter of conjecture. SHOT WIFE AND THEN SUICIDED Montreal. Aug. by jeal- ousy. John O'Keefe, laborer living at 1350 Logan street, shot his wife dead and then turned the revolver on him- self and committed suicide. The tragedy happened early this mornins; and without warning. O'Keefe and his wife occupied the house with an- other family and it is thought the other man paid too much attention to O'Keefe's wife. Everything seern- ed to be running along smoothly and there were no quarrels. The first in- timation that anything was wrong was a ringing shot which ended the wo- man's life and then another a minute later which ended O'Keefe's life. When the neighbors arrived they found 'the woman dead in 'bed evi- dently having been -shot while asleep, while O'Keefs's body lay nearby. The city council is holding a spe- cial meeting to-night to enquire into various forms of commission govern- ment. TO HAVE EXHIBIT IN LETHBRIDGE Edmonton. Aug. At- the regu- lar meeting of the board of trade a report from Mr. S. W. Candy, agent of tiu> board at Calgary, was pre- sent ed in the form of two letters which contained the information that the exhibit of Edmonton products was attracting a lot of attention in the southern city, and that the op- position to the office there was fall ing away, the Calgary people glad to see 'that the failure of year's crop was only partial. Mr. Candy stated that he many visitors and that he had been successful in diverting a number to the Edmonton district. He states further that he had received an offer of quarters in Lethbridge for exhibi- tion purposes free of charge, and re- quested authority to take advantage of the offer, and assistance in the ar- ranging of an exhibit there. Mr. Can- dy's report was received wit-h ap- plause and it was decided to take ad- vantage of tihe Lethbridge offer. Tfce .ppl, WM .Iw.y, great jreen applet bave their little victimi yet The safest and surest remedy we know of is Wild Strawberry Compound this had Indirect antiseptic action on the bowels over- comes the "green apple soothes .mated parts and check dysentery gently! It contains no harmful opiates and being we can heartily recommend it. Anything you buy with the name will give yon entire Sold and guaranteed By All Lethbridge Druggists 2286 Alex. Campbell, contractor of Car- jnangay, was in the city yesterday. He says he is engaged in construct- ng a fine large school in that town Mr. and Mrs. T. Hammond left on he local Monday to spend a few days fishing in 8. C. Prussian statistics show that the starch contents of potatoes is high- est where -the system of culture is most intensive. In German cities food prices are now about as high as in the United States. You Can't Afford To RAZORS'-Hindoo Carbo Magnetic. No Honing. Diamond Steel. A Single Item Builder's Hardware 1-3 Off broad statement in a broad Supplies. stock of the Best Builder's Climb pnce won't hurt you LADDERS Koped esten. 28 ft. 45.00 Koped ezten. 30 ft. Roped exten 32 ft...............-S5.85 Single 22 ft. Step Ladders, 5 ft. and Step. Ladders, 4 ft.......SOc and Step Ladders, 10 Painters7 Brackets, per The'above ladders are all high grade goods and are made from strictly clear short leaf yellow pine and rock elm androunds that have been toughen- ed by steaming. MECHANICS' 7ft. Ladders ?P Pfl 5 ft. Ladders 10 ft Ladders DECORATOR'S STEP "P STOVE SURPRISES PRICE SURPRISES Malleable Iron Oven Steel Range, warmer, reservoir and water front Worth for ..........Jgg JJQ The .Settler Small hole tou Worth Now Coal Oil 1 Burner 2 Burners 3 Burners 5-1" Record tile back, mirrored ed With Reservoir or you'll be late. Selling like hot cakes! and ginger bread I SOUVENIR RANGES kinds. 526.90 for kinds. for qualities. for ranges. Waterfront, extra AT FOUNDRY PRICES DOUBLE SURPRISE ON STOVES Winner cooker; good oven: everywhere S10 85 The the trade over. This .75 75C Findlay Stoves, Perfection to sell for O ur price The prices surely count. 8 ft. for ONLY 5 WAGGONS Strong and the thins- for boys Pony Waggons No. I... Pony Waggons No. II. Pony Waggons No. III. Only 5 left. IS-25 lgaLtin---- 1-2, 1-4 and 1-8 gal. tins, 5c and lOc extra. Medium Hard Oil Finish, 5 gallon WHAT 25c WILL Steamers. 4 Lamp Burners. 4 Lamp Chimneys. 4 Lantern Globes. 3 Bottles Stove Polish. 4 Tins Stove Polish. 3 Jftnamel Plates. 2 Tin Dippers. 1 large size bake pan. 50c Tea and Coffee Pots. 7 boxes Tacks. 2 Shoe Brushes. 2 Scrub Brushes. PAILS" Varmshes and Paints Further Reduced Less than you can buy them from the makers Elastxc Oak Vanush, 5 gal. tins, Llquld in 1 gal. 20 gallon tins, oc and'lOc extra. Luxeberry Varnish, wood finish, light, in 5 gallon tins, a gal. Exterior, 1 gallon tins 20 Church's Alabastme, all colors, 350 Elephant Paint, a gal. cans, per gallon 5c and lOc advance on 1-2, 1-4 and 1-8 itins. 3000 pieces of best heavy stone Din- nerware at give-away prices Heavy Stone, the best made- a Dinner, a Tea, a dozen........... no Pie. a dozen............ Cups and Saucers, a dozen Butter Plates, a dozen...... a dozen Side Platters, a Soup Bowls, a.dozen...........'.95c Silverware and Cut Glass prices shot to pieces for Friday and Saturday Eogers Dinner Knives and 25 Tea Knives and Dessert Spoons ................S3.20 Tea Spoons .................-t Nevada a dozen Dessert, a dozen............ Tea, a dozen.............. _ g5c Porks, a dozen Avalon and Community 12 Dwt Plat Silverware 33 1-3 OPP. We have a large stock of pumps, cistern pumps, 3 different sizes, shallow well pumps, force and deep weU pumps, will lift water 150 ft. Prices 75 up Lock Sets and 1-3 Off regular 2-3c buys worth that enough 1 14.25 LAST CALL FOR GUNS RIELES AND Mauser Bifles, 611.00 for...... Single Barrel Breach Loaders' Breach Loaders xLammerless DATI'MO ]R -335.00 Hopkins Allen Gun 'wtn 812.00 Single Breach Loaders 22 '303 British 75c w J Soc box 38-55 for 50c 32-40 cartridges 65c bos 32 iono. 35c 45c Colt 95c Mauser Balis 2.25 a hunted FORGES, BLOWERS. DRILLS, AN- VILS AND VISES Improved forges blowers designed to meet the demands for general purpose forge of such a quality that we can re- or rancher. Grand Bay Forges, No. 10. Price Grand Bay Forges, No. 12. Price Grand Bay Forges, No 14. Price Blowers, Grand Bay. No. 100 Everything for the blacksmith shop at prices below the actual cost of the goods laid down here. i Worth Friday and Saturday HALF PRICE Bath Room Fixtures. Bench Lanterns and Elbows Cut Oil Lamps. Coffee Needs and Flour Tins WHAT 50c WILL Enamel Stew Pots, large sizes. Enamel Tea and Coffee Pots, large sizes Iron Tea Kettles. Jl.OO Pocket Knife. Brushes. Large size Wash Pan. Barn Brooms. 11.00 Cocoa Mats. Dinner Bells. 75c and 85c and Scissors. Sron Prying Pans. TRe Last Two Days of The Two Stores C. W. GRAY HARDWARE ,95 buys Refrigerators. 25C Dutch Cooking Pots. and and Galvanized and Wooden Tubs 75 c Wheel Barrow CO en TTr _, Watering Price. Tea Kettles ............75c and ;