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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -f f T T T -i- -i......- 4. BUS TO ALL Hotel Windsor (1.25 .1 Day Mot.l In Albert! 4- 4. 4, .1. 4. j. .j. e Daily Herald n- T 'I' -Vff 4. WHIN IN LITHMIDOI The Dallas Hotel I, tht Beit ind Commv J. lint Plies tp Stay t, If You Miss TKese Bargains You Miss Extra Good Ones 'Reh'igealors Regular J9.00, Sale price Regular 112.50 J10.50 Regular ?16.SO Regular 121.00 Y 516.50 Regular J25.00 120.00 These prices arc only good for the rest KEMLMBhK Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. AGENTS ran SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT 7H P. O. Box Wo Attention tli Mill Ord.ri CLEARANCE SALE HAMMOCKS, BASEBALL GOODS AXD TENNIS SETS. These must be sold before September 1st. Come early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK flRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1261, AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding pounded right. Bring all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. FMCtCniPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. R'.PLEV, MANAGER, PHONE 772 KODAKS-We Sell Tkem we soil thsm bec.-.usc ive have one to suit BULLS EYE PANORAMIC KODAKS. KODAKS. FOLDING POCKET QUICK FOCUS KODAKS. KODAKS. FOLDING POCKET BROWNIE BROWNIES CAMERAS. Don't worry about what kind to buv, simDly come to us. We will gladly explain aud you will surely be. satisfied. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DHUGOISTS U JOHNITON A JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 1231'. ISfo one should 1'jiil lo sot- tiu- on we are such specuil prices and every j item we offer is a uvuiiiue bargain. A VKKVl'lNECAK WAMHINGTOX FKUl'IS Jl'ST UNLOADED 150 CASES PRESERVING PEACHES (he very be.-l varietv with a very tenimlni; nriee The cron in It. C. IB almost a complete failure this year ami only one tiisf.-iet in Washington has any to speak Price per CASES APPLES. EATING COOKING These ;'re about the first real KOOd applet timt have come Into the city (his yeat- Per large case Per small Or. 3 .25 125 BOXES'BARTLETT PEARS For In large cases. These are the very finest preserving pears that money can Price per 10 CRATES SUGAR PEARS For urcaervliiK. Put In 20 pound Price per 222 CRATES BLUE. RED GREEN PLUMS Put uu with I bnsllets to Iho crate. All of exceptional flue quality. All kinds. Price per Price per .50 Or, 2 .25 .Gasoline Stoves Kegular JS.OO Sale Price )j{ llegular SP.75 5 8.50 llcglllnr 523.011 Regular RiTnlnr JUMH) In addition to the above assortment we have in this car, UH Watermelons, 20 crales Cantelonpes. IS crates Grapes, 20 bunches lijinanas, 25 eases Ripe Tomatoes, f> boxes Cucumbers, 5 boxes Green Papers, 10 sacks Onions. Ail these goods are ill very fine condition and the prices wo quote are low for such QUAL1TV COOPS. Order your 1'RUSIiliVIN'G I'KACHKS NOW. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. 523 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL Special Display Of Fall Goods A splendid rar.sc or importsil gea-Js, great varloly of pilttenis. Pur yard, only Suitable for dressins of medium weight and of fine wearing quality, i'er yuril. Suitable for dressins BOWIIS, bntli robes, etc. A material Ofl OUC OUFFEKIN BRANCH PHONE THE WEATHER Kdmontor., Inir................... Cakan, clear 13 Lethbridge, clear 8-1 I Winnis'eg, elenr 71 JK'amlooi'S S7 i Port Arthur, clear 72 j The weather over the prairie prov-j i inccs lias lieen clear and warm no rain. FORECASTS: Fine and for the most part warm ioilay ami on Sat-j mday. CITY AND DISTRICT Oscar of Milk River, is in lhc city. of .Macleod, is in Iho city uxtrtv on business. .J. R. Milligan, oi Purple Springs, wcat cast to Ins home there this i itioniiiig, after spending yesterday in the city. i Rev. C. S. Applcgnth, of Gait, jOnt., is visiting in tlie city. He lias i consented to preach in Wesley church iat bolli semi-en on Sunday. Uniforms for the Artillery Mattery be issued at the Armory tonight at 7.HO. It is important that every in em her should obtain his uniform as soon as possible. Friends of -Ins. Gillespie, chiei of police, are glad lo learn, ilmt recovered from his recent illness, and will he around at his office again in a days. E. A. of St. Paul, Pres- ident oi the Citixens Lumber Co., is.-HE present on a tour of inspection of his A'lbcrta yards, and is in the city today. T. Kennedy of the Xorth Ward has purchased for odd lots S9 and 90 Fifth Avenue A., South. He in- tends erecting an up-to-date residence on the same. Work on Gait Park js being rushed and the park is beginning to take shape. Every effort is being made to havc it in good condition for next week, u-hrn thousands of visitors are expected in the city for the fair. R. II. Owen, of Minneapolis, Pre- sident of the Farm Securities Co., of this city, arrived here this morn- ing and is making n tour of the Car- mangay country, with his F. Gumming. The abutments for the Ninth St. overhead bridge are nearly completed and within a short time, work will commence on (be steel for which the Manitoba Iron Works! have the contract. I Fames WELLER COOKING WARE NOTHING STICKS TO IT. DOES NO ABSORB GREASE. DOES NOT CHIP. COOK AND SERVE IN THE SAME DISH. KEEPS HOT A LONG TIME. GOOD APPEARANCE. NOT EXPENSIVE. From Ramiltins to Large Cas- seroles. All shapes and sizes SEE OUR.WOtDpWS KlRKftAMROS CLTY DISTRICT K1MONA FLANNELETTK8 Harmony Rose and n ulycerme n i Soap That's 'rlic'hnlf ]b. cake for 20 cents. a. 1 astiii g-..: odor. 11 in .beant jful crenniy-'.hither, and sof teijLS'.f'Iie skin. For sa The Store Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. SSIZ Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Another big change at the Eureka MftNUfACTUHIKI or EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS Engineers Notice was out alons the j lhc north line, as far as Oarmangay yos-j fot message and bafr tcrday anil reports the crops to he as j delivery. Office M7 Round St. goml as possible. They had no hail 2JO-J or rain on Tuesday ami all the farm-j 0-U-Tieka. Another hi? house last ers are husy cm ting. The grain looks ni ilt. A, has somcthing gaoA ,or perfect ami Mr. Dixon says a bum- Ills ,rons irl loni hl. per yield will he harvested H. M Browning, expert piano tun- oe Galarenau, n four-year olfice man of the 0. W. Kerr Co., at Min- neapolis, is spending a few days in the city. J. R. McMiilen and wife, of l.odi. j j millionaire cattle breeder andL slock fancier of that state, is spend-I[ ing a few days in the city on a com-' j bined business and pleasure trip. Is visiting the Crombie family of Wilsun Siding and the Lntlirop fam- ily of this city. In order to efficiently police the j city during fair week twelve special constables" will be sworn in. .Six of these will he on duty at the grounds; during the fair, while the residential I portion of lhc city will have extra! police supervision. The police, depart-I ment intend to have tlie grounds so guarded that there will be the slight-I lest possible chance for accidents spectators. John T. Hall, publicity commis-ii sinner of the Board oi Trade, 'was j j compelled to go lo the Oalt Hospi-j! till yesterday morning suffering from i hemorrhage of'the nasal caviiies. T5. VI. McMulien, oi Calgary, form- erly manager of the Merchants Bank here, spent yesterday in the city. 51. II. Cornell, of llott, ar- rived ill the city this morning and will ri'iii.-.iii here for a few days on business. That during the coming Exhibition there will be featured one of the larg- est poultry shows ever witnessed in Southern Alberta, was the statement handed out to the Herald this morn- ing by. Secretary McN'icol. A large packet of mail containing new entries reached bis office this morning. One entry alone was for two hundred i birds and it came from a man in i Ohio, who has been exhibiting for two months past. "There is twice the interest now being taken that there this time last said the secretary. Me further stated! that it would he to the interests of any young fellow, bright and capable, and wishing a position (luring Fair time, to apply at his oflicc at once. Tlie Daily British Whig, oi Kings- ton, unt., says on August David Muc.Vah died in Lethhridgc. on Saturday, August 5th, at the age of eighty-two years. Death was due. to old age. Mrs. Macivab was born in Scotland in the year IS2.1 and mar- ried lo David MacNab in 1847. In 18H2 they came to Kingston, and Mr. MacXah was employed as section I foreman on the Grand Trunk rail- way. He died in 1803, but the fam- ily remained in Kingston until when they left here. Later Mrs.- MacXab went to live with her son, Thomas, at l.ethhridge. Mrs. Mac- Just a few choice patterns in this line, Oriental designs .being very strong. Black, blues, red, grey, 'with neat OAf% floral patterns. Yours for, per yard ..................CUU LADIEH' SWEATER COATS The most complete range of this Hue in tho city; a variety of styles and shades. Throe-quarter length coats and the "Varsity" sweater. White, grey, cardinal, navy, (awn. The Bentley Co'y. LtA A SNAP Washing Machines must go 201 off For three days only. Come early arid get your choice ARTHUR HAYR Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 t 7S1. phone Kisch Piano Co., 700-0 for Renera i raving. The body of Robert Carnegie, who' jng> died Wednesday morning as a result oi injuries received during Tuesday's f storm, was taken lo Calgurv this r (Good service. Alberta Cartage Co. niniinng. 11 was accompanied by bis brot-her-in-law, A. U. F.wert, who has been in the city looking after the re- mains oi the deceased. 30D-23 Bailiff's Auction Kale of household otic'd's he held at Arrangements 1717 nth St., south, at 2.30 ENGINE SUPPLIES. PIPE COVERING. FLUE LININGS. LEATHER BELTING. CYLINDER OILS. LUBRICATING OILS. PACKING. WASTE. PIPE CEMENT. STEAM AND HYDRAULIC BOILER COMPOUND, IN STOCK- Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. O. 270 314 ST. 8. PHONE SSI are being Saturday, Aug. 111. for the 25lh Hatlery C. V. A. ti, give exhibitions during the evenings j of exhibition week at tlie fair! grounds. A nvidel military camp will I he pitched, and men will he detailed !f to be in charge ot the horses and j equipment diiring every day of fair. Ray Knight, of Raymond, onercd bis horses again for use oi! ]J l.be liattery, and Lieut. will i ride out on .Monday with a detach-' ff ment to bring them to the city. This' allraclion will be one of the mostly novel at the c.vliibilion and will arid greatly to the enjoyment of the i I.ethbridge people who have not yet an opportunity lo see the lory in action. The men are drilling hard j'very evening this week and will be for tho exhibition. Terms 20fl-l We lead! Coolest place In Ltthbrldgi .ROCHON BROS. We l.adi Cleanest .In Lethbridge. Lunch.) SOUP, Tomato. COLD MEATS, Ham, .Mutton, Pork, Roait Beet. HOT MEATS, Chicken Pot Pie, Pork Pot Pie. SALADS, -Lobster and Potato. HEW B. C. Potatoes. DESSERT, Apple and Lemon Peaches and cream. Vapilla ice cream. CONFECTIONERS Nab is survived four daughters by three sons and Thomas, of OTHER PEOPLE'S OPINIONS OF Quaker Bread An out of town customer writes "Very fine bread." "Name oh Application." opinion Till Ije the same If you let us leare you a sample loaf. Phone 1027. bri'lgc David, of Minneapolis Fred- TT crick, of llelleville; Mrs. Nelson, of f r j I I Mrs. Hurnctt, I.cth-1 M.4A. M bridge; Mrs. O'Hagan, I.ethbridgc, I anil Mrs. Mrs. Kane, oi Regina, Sask. Mac.Vab was well known 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH PURPLE SPRINGS LIBERAL ASSOCIATION The Purple Springs Liberal Association have got their or- ganization completed and their committee rooms fitted up. They Invite any. who want in- formation or who can inako some remarks for reciprocity, and the Liberal candidate lo make the rooms their head- quarters. They are .always ready to hear any sneakers. the cily. The funeral took place from Corbet I's undertaking parlors to C'ataratiui cci.'ielery, on Thursday, and' service was held at the grave for] the Kingston friends. A service was! at Lcthbridgc before the remains! left for Kingston. Thomas and David i MacXab accompanied the remains. Major Hurnett, of Lethbridgc, also: came. The remains were laid by the; side of deceased's husband, who is1 buried at C'ataraqui cemetery, as it was her last wish to rest here. Thomas Mac.Vab, Lethhridgc, is grand master of lhc Masonic order of Alberta and a very nice wreath was sent by the. order. He was greeted on arrival of the train, by a depiitalion of Masons representing Ihe city lodg- es, who also placed a beautiful wreath. Wreaths were, also received from the firand Lodge of Alberta, jury, and Perfection l.ydgc of Star, of Cocoa Door Mats Steel Door Mats Cleaning Specialties Scrubbing Efrushes Feather Dusters Self Wringing Mops Liquid Veneer for Furniture Waxoil for Floors The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. COHNIH 5TH AND 4TH AVE., LCTMINIOOC, ;