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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta tkt tMt A MMI The Dallas Hotel to Stay -WHEN IN ttTHBRIDGC The Lethbridge Daily Herald J Hotel Windsor 11.28 Day HoUl in Albtrta FREE BUS TO TRAIN! Are You Going Shooting on The 23rd? If so, don't forget that we .are headquar- ters for Sporting Goods such GTJSTS RIFLES AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS WADEBS SHOOTING COATS REVOLVERS AND GUN SUNDRIES the party who buys shells a: our store Saturday and Monday for Tuesday shoot. We will give SIX BOXES XITRO CLUB SHELLS for the one that secures the largest number of ducfes. The same to be presented at our store to be counted; a record will be kept till Wednesday the 24th it 6 p.m. and the shells delivered to the IUCKV one Thursday morning. for Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware Si- WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 Wt five special attention to mail FINE NOTE PAPEKS Have 3'ou used our CELEBEATED IMPORTED NOTE PAPERS? Once tried, always v used and the price is the same as Inferior Papers. MBISOI'S BOOKSTORE N.w WMtnty Block First door west Union Bank Afinti Undvrwotrf writftr Phone 1265. Water Glass Now is the time to presenv eggs. The process is easy and the eggs keep for months. Higinbotham Co. carry three sizes: One. two and fifty pounds. Water Glass has proven its worth. It is a money getter without risk. KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST See Our Ad On Page 4 The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, Vegetabitt and Crockery Phone 1453 Store Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS O-U-Reka, some pictures you are showing. They change to-night- Call 444, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- ;age delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Don't forget the Grand Masquerade dance at Ed. Pulley's ranch on Aug. 23rd. Four good prizes given. 210-2 The Barrie Carriages and -wagons 1 are the best. Easton Eeistorm j sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 Call up' Crown Cleaners, corner ol Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 414. 173-0 For first-class razor honing bring your razors to M. K. Kaake in ijhe Oliver Block, I Jusi; E. Parsons' oppo- ]site Westminster school, a big .new, assortment of ladies' and children's shoes. 211-2 For the Edmonton Exhibition, Aug. 23 to 26.. 1910, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company will have in effect special fares. For full particulars as to fares, limits, etc., apply to nearest j Canadian Pacific ticket agent. FRESH CLOVERHILL CREAMERY BUTTER "The Kind that Is Always Good." Arrived Today We are sole agents for Lethbridge for this butter. You can always get this brand of butter from us fresh. The prico per pound ____________35c THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 25 PROMPT DELIVEDY BE SURE OF FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS Jiwt received. The "NEW GEM" in all Also Fruit Jar Rings FAMILY GROCERS PHONE' 515 ADORE (a-door) A BELLE is what yeu'll be doing when you fall in love. After the "bans" "adorable" will 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 Do You Ever Get Your LUNCH at ROCHON'S Try their mid-day luncheon. See what get for 35c Before -the winter sets in this cafe be the popular light lunch cafe of th-e city. AFTERNOON TEAS BEST ICE CREAM Rochon Bros. B. S. Young, of Raymond, and Miss Dorothy Young are in the city. The latter has entered the hospital to undergo an operation for appendi- citis. Reliable Contractors Want the Best market supplies Locks and Fittings should The PETERBOROUGH LOCK MANUFACTUR- ING COMPANFS GOODS are sole agents for this district. TheMcKeownHapteeCo., Itl Dufferin Round Streets We; Ship out of Town Daily Edmonton, clear 78 48 Calgary, clear 76 44 Lethbridge, fair 84 46 FORECAST All and warm today and on Saturday. CITY AND DISTRICT M. McMalion is In Winnifred today I MARKETS IN TIMES OF SICKNESS pure medicines and medical ippliances should never be wanting and they will not if you bear In mind that the ALBERTA DRUG STORE ilways carries the best in itock. All sickroom requi- sites, whether for surgical or medicinal purposes, should be of -the very best quality and most practical efficiency. Tnose are the kind we carry. llberta and Book Co, Prescription Specialists 8. IIPLH, Mar. tETHBfilBBE The Meltzer Furniture Co.'s clear- ing sale will continue until all the stock is disposed of. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square Heal 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, sasli, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get. our prices. That's all we get our prices. If we can't show you the advantage in buy. Ing here, then don't bay from us. Rogirs-Cunningliam lumber Company, Limited ACAO1A BLOCK Noun Yard, Phont 6M JfcM Yartf, 4tS CITY AND DISTRICT A young son came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Meltzer yesterday. E. J. Alport, of the Southern Loan and Investment .Co., left yesterday afternoon on a business trip to Mac- leodL Jos. Morgan, B.A., school inspec- tor for the Olds district, who has been in Lethbridge for a couple of days returned north this morning. Christopher, the five months' old child of Thomas Hall, 234 Iddington Ave., North Lethbridge, died this morning. The funeral arrangements are not yet announced. Peter North has purchased, through the agency of A. E. Ives, twelve lots in Block i, east Of the Victoria Park addition. The price paid was cash. Grain has started to move Over the A. R. J. line, several cars having I come through from the Spring Coulee 1 district. Captain Boulaiiger, senior ordnance officer of Military District No. 13, has been in the city for the last two, days, inspecting the guns and equip- ment of the Lethbridge Artillerv Bat- tery. At the conclusion of the monfhlv business meeting of Westminster i un- day School Executive last nir-ht the Pastor, Rev. A. A. Lytle, on behalf ot the school, presented Miss Glona J Dunsworth with a beautiful fountain i j pen as a token of appreciation. Miss i Dunsworth has been an efficient nem- j ber of the teaching staff for the past [two years, and leaves on Saturday to attend Normal at Calgary. CITY AND DISTRICT A meeting of the clearing house as sociation is being held this afternoon to make final preparations for com- mencing operations. Ten clearing i house teller's cages have been erect- ed, and a manager's desk, in the J clearing house room on the basement "floor of the Canadian Bank of Com- merce building. Geo. A. Ritzenthalen, of Batavia, New York, has been here for a days looking over the district. few He returned last night, but expects to come back here and bring with him a number of neighbors to settle in Southern Alberts. Mr. Ritzentbal- er was very much taken with the whole of Western Canada. He says that in the extreme east, particular- ly in New York state, they have this year most wonderful crops, thehea- jviest they have had for many sea- sons. on business in connection with his towasite there. R. Fairbrotber, accountant for the Taylor Mills, is in Bow Island Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Aug. opened 104, closed 103 1-S; Dec. opened 102 1-8, closed 101 1-4; May opened 106 1-2. closed 106; cash close i Nor. IDS: 2 Nor. 105 3-4; 3 Nor. 102 34; 2 'W. oats 37 1-S: flax 2.20. THE PATRONS OF THE HAS FAITH IN THE COUNTRY Dr- J- H. Smith, of Huron. South day, looking after the interests of tt< -Dakota, was in the city this week, branch office there. R. A. Wright has donated a He iiolds some property in the Kerr silver j township, north of .the city and this cup to be competed for by members j year's light crop has not alarmed him of the Checker Club. All those wish-j He has seen the country in other ing to join the club and enter the {years and knows what the land is cap- contest are invited to send in their names to T. S. Fetterly, Ford St. able of producing. He admires the city of Lethbridge greatly and is also ,._- __ jjjj, tj, tijj.14.