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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta :l mie TO At. TRAIN! Wludtor .11 MM f 1.2t a Bay Hottl In V Lethbridge Daily WKeii IN LITMMIMI 'J'- Is the Gkot and Craven- Did you see it? Our booth at the Fair, we, mean AVo have tried in this to give the peo- ple of Lethbridg-e and surrounding1 country some idea of the range and bounty of'our stock of Carpets and liugvs. want yon to stop and look at these; closely -note the wonder- ful color combinations of those French Wiltons, the peculiar elusive shades in this'eiirpet adds to its fascination and charm.. "Tlieirwe have' those luxuriant tick Axminsters, and heavy Eng- lish Wiltons in various patterns and dainty in short we consider this showing is worth your while goins all the way to the fair to see. WATCH FOR THE BANNER SSSSSS Just received a large shipment a! desk baskets, waste teskets, etc. Phone 1265 when ueed My tnpphes. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK riRST DOOB WKST OF UNION BANK. PHONE life AGENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC UNDERWOOD. Water Glass FOR PRESERVING EGGS One pound costing you 25c -AHI prebene about Six Dozen eggs forronc or more years and keep nght is the time to pin eggs down during the Dry Faiiniug Con gi-ess. There will be thousands of eggs in demand. Sue now save joirSl.50 in a mouths Sold The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS-TO ALBERTA Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions JACKSON CO. PKE1CRIPTICN SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHON1 All Aboard to the Lethbridge Exhibition Everybody solan to the- Kxlilliltlou should make It edc our'clls'pliiy of YiiielaiHl Canned Goods iiiul Wire Dcinonsli'alioii. Our exhibit is limited I" the centre of. the Main RulKlliig where, tlic dli-ectors olllco was located lust year. Tnbles and chairs are provided tor tliBlntlles. All ladles cordially invited 10 come iuslde ami'sample PURE GOLD GOODS. This Wci-k's .Specials in Emit and Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP, MORRIS THEATRE Preserving Plums, per cniio ,x........ Preserving Peaches, per SOU) crate Bartjett Penrs, per Cooking Appies.Jpor Eating Apples, per uOlb Grapes, per Sib basket.................... 90c. Grapes pound 25c. Dry Onions, per. Ib......................... 05c. PHONES: Grocery Dept. 528. Depi. 1271. Ice Oept. 627. Caoteloupes, and 20c. Watermelons, per Ib.........................5c. Pie Pumpkjn. per Ib...........'..'...........5c. Sciujsh, per Ib............................... 60. Ripe Tomatoes, pe.r 25Ib Or pounds 25c. Green Peppers, per 10Ib case..........v.... Green Pepperi, por Ib..................... 20c.. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS ICC CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONER? WHOLESALE A RETAIL PHONE.S: Grocery Oept. 525. Wholesale Dipt. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER Imontciii 75 Kegina 71 .U'innipesc............ 71, 7L Kcd Uccr 711 (Valgary M Macleod........................ Medicine Mat................ 76 jl'rirn.-e Albert............... 7-1 Moose Jaw 7-1 Nelson to FOKKCAST: Manitoba and I [ew local showers, mostly fair and eool. and cool today on Tuesday. 30 50 54 rib 38 46'! 40 55 59 47 Sas- but and CITY AND Tenders Closed Today The tenders for the .construction of the temporary auditorium fot" the Dry- Fanning Congress closed today at 11000. S. O. E. Notice The regular meeting oT the S. 0. E. has been postponed Ei'oui day, August 21, 2fi, on account of the Saturday Night Specials AVe have 'just opened up a fresh bun oh W Japanese Cupn and Saucers; j v 15c SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY KirkhamBros PHONE 556. .Widen the Streets Medicine Kat prouosea ro widen To- ronto and Main streets, the, prin- cipal business streets lit that city, to SO feet. Cassandra Arrives The Donaldson -liner Cassandra is due at-Montreal'today, having passed Belle late on Saturday afternoon. Lelli bridge passengers will .reach'this city on Thursday and .Friday Cutting Spring wheat cutting was started at Provincial-jail-on -Satirrday. The excellent, and it is expected will thresh out 30 bushels, or more to the ncre. Gets the Factory Mayor. Spencer, of .Medicine }hit, haa that the directO''5 oE the Canada Cement Co.; have ap- proved thy general manager's decision to locate'a.cement factory-" in that city North Ward Happy Again The residents of North all happy f.gain. The lights aro in -work- ing order dace more, with the excep- tion of the big arc.light at the corner of Sixth street and Thirteenth street, which still behaves very badly Fair Visitors Arriving This afternoon's trains" 'brought in vast crowds from oiuside. points, a great mapority of whom took advan- tage of the street cars to'the'exhi- bition grounds. Wall Paper Can supply the best papers 011 a. continent. Large variety carried in atock. Expert paperhaugers to do all worli Look over our display of papers. WELLINGTON BROS. ot. S, Established 1897 Phone 1472 Court Ten gentlemen of leisure .who made an intimate acquaintance with John Barleycorn on Saturday and Sunday, appeared before Magistrate Bentley this morning on the same old.charge. Eight were dismissed, with cautions, one paid the costs of court and the remaining gentleman .was Bordered to leave the citv BUSINESS LOCALS How About Your Chocolates for Sunday? half pounds and quarter pounds Try a lioX'Of Lownoy's Crist. _ Tlie.-beat lo be iintf-at SEE OUK WJXDOIV KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPpI.SES OLIVER iLOCK F'HONE 1487 211 0 lione .13-8 unarts. We solicit your The Crown denning Works. For quick hagijagc service, CTO. Rox CiEar .Store. Pure, rich, tliicli daily; Geo. Kcrr Co. do repairing on. and gents' clothing. Tlie Crown Cleaning Works. 0 For class French dry olcuning phom; -17-1, tlic Crttwn.Cleiincrs. 178-6 Wo unulity: bench mnde. The Crown- Cleaning u 11. K. piano Imicr 'wiihj Mason Hisch, Ltd., plinno anM j Uaths! linths' i-iatbs! Baths! j J io. M. K. KaakeVBarlier Shop. TAKEiBATH Get the habit in the twice-a day to do it fre queutly to'keep comfortable! What interests us particul- arly in your-case is a desire io'tell youtabout our stoctoof batii requisites. We have them you and for everybody; big or little. Good goods, actually the best the market affords, nnd for that class or prices are the low "est possible. Make up your mind e know the goods aiidi shall be glad to lielp' yffuvsdle'ct .Bath Soaps, Sprays, SpongeSj Perfume, 1 pilet Waters Turkish Towels Tal cum Powders, Violet Amman- J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store CITY AND DISTBICT Extra Police for Fair During week, eleven special police officers will be on .duty." Three will be added to tlie down town pa- trols, one t0 North Lethbridge, while seven men have been detailed to -pa- trol the Fair grounds Fire Station at Ground! .The Fire department will have a station at Ilie-Kair grounds during the week. A special 'building., has been provided at the south end the grand stand. A chemical with team and four men will .remain at the grounds.dur- ing the.whole, week. A Clean City 'Lelhbridge: The Cleanest City, in the is the latest slogan adopt- ed by the city engineer's denartiucnt. The men of the street cleaning moiit apjieaTcd this morning in khafd uniforms; If. is iutely that n of horse-drawn will .be'mid- cd to the equipment within a few weeks1. IMlone filifi tlie. Messenger .Service I'nr wronpl mil Our..sjKiclal atlcusipn given to out- of-town Crown. Cleaning Works. Preached or. Temptation Rev. C. K. Cragg. H.D.. of Peter- hpro, prfiiifhed n effective ser- mon on "Temptation'' in Wesley church last evening, in presence of a large uongrcKfttion, Dealing with tliR (nic'stion of the young man's safety lit l.ho rltv tiujMy HiOiieM the churcliea were ,noi doing .what Ui6y ought lo do in this connection. The speaker expressed the opinion dial tlu! churelies should find some means of wholesome entertainment In tlie tvycnings whe'raby young peoplft amid be enured (o in the of Hieir social wclf.ire gtoatest In lierHance .which any man could leave behind lilm wat legacy of a good, clean life. CITY AND DISTBICT B. of T. Building Completed The exterior of the Hoard of Trade building extensions will be completed today. The building presents a fine appearance, and, .painted, will make n good hack-ground for the Gait Gardens. Con-! No Contract Awarded At a meeting ot the Board of G trol of the Dry-Farming Congress at! rioon today, Uie tenders for the toriura. were received. The contract! was not a wanted, as there are under contemplations, certain changes in the plans. Hotels Crowded The majority of the hotels In the city today report that their accommo- dation is almost already exhausted. Temporary cots will ;be arranged to take care of the overflow during the Fair. Bartender Arrested F. J. t'Ellison, a bartender- of this city, is under arrest on a warrant is- 6ued in Great Falls, where he is want- ed on charges of false pretences. An officer will arrive tonight from Great Falls to take charge of the -case. Once a Lethbridge Citizen W. 'J. Galllford, .who some years ago held the'-position of local manager for the Bell Telephone Co. here, IB in the city, is at present plan superintendent for the Manitoba gov eminent telephone but severs his connection with the service at the end of this month. A Vicious Dog Win. Starland has a vicious doj and does not keep him tied. up. At least that is what he appeared in po- lice court this morning for. The hit a lady on Saturday evening, and the lady laid the information. The case was adjourned till Wednesday morning. Proud of this Pullet Gifford IIoispool, aienue South, is- congratulating himself over owning .a pullet which has broken the' record toy laying an egg just 126 days from the Lime it was hatched, He expects to have eggs for setting in early spring. Plumbers' Supplies On Saturday a car of plumbers' sup- plies arrived in the city, and several contracts which have been delayed Tor some" time, owing to a shortage of ma terial, will be rushed to completion, It is not expected that there will be ny further shortage of plumbing ma terial in Lethbridge this season. Has Declined Call A special congregational, meeting will be held in St. Andrew's church this evening, which will ibe presided over by the Rev. Robert Simpson, .of Noble. :H was announced at yester- day's sen Ices that the Kev A Cameron, of Scott, Sask., to whom a call was sent to fill the vacancy caus- ed by the resignation of Rev.-W. W, Bryden, his declined the call. The meeting this evening is called regard- ing the vacancy. Persona! "Mr. H, B. Johnston, travelling pas- senger agent of the Canadian Pacific Railway, is a visitor In city, dur- ing Fair week. Mr. D, w, Thomas, general afent W the Canadian West Donaldson atom- sliij) line, spent Saturday 1ft tbe Mr. W.-K. district ger freight agent, of the Hiiea was a hnslnns 'iBl- tor in th-s city on Saturday, W. -C. Ives has returned from Otta- wa. '.WitHam DeLatrc's Fun en t Tho funeral of the Into William Kalrf. of this .trmlf this morning: fromKeUerly's undertaking' jiiirlurs, ,to St. Patrick's church, where reijiiieiii mass was solemnized by Fa- ther LaUose. Only Iho relatives and' friends were representatives of Brother- hood of Trainmen acted as pallbear- ers. There were many 'beautiful florni tributes from ;i wide circle of friends. Interment was Jn thfr; Catholic-cemetery, WMe in the _ciiy for the exhibition Jfakc'-it to go'ljimugli 0111 liotutliluL show rooinsJ It Avill bo Avorth your while as oui, I'.Ul Stock'is well assorted and up-lo-dalc lu every respect.- DO NOT rilESS YOU TO Our clerks are always coiirtcou-. arut 'ant, and willing Uj allSciu care to look at. We pay freight and pax.-k the goods Sec our exhibit at the Qi'air. LetKbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Phone (i25-3rd Are. T It. D lools tor Building Trades CAEPEXTE RB, I OX LA YEKS 1'LASTERUBS. E LEUTEiCIANS LKOXWOKlvERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas D1SSTOX, ST VXLEY, ATIQXS, "0. Y. ]3." "XEEX KUTTE1V' HTARHliT, I'. S. AV., AND IfOETH BROTHEES The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNEK ITH AND 4TH AVE. HTHBRIDGE. L F, awn rence j Makes Your Ecsidence 50 Per Cent More Valuable WE HAVE THE BEST 30 in. ,..f.............12e por foot 36 in. high ....-..............16c. J'ool 16 in. Trillis for Aiclirs 9c pei i'oot THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endlou Belli) Liithtr Billing; Bubber teltlnj: Lice Ltither.. Pinberlhy Injecton, Oil ind GrtjM Cups CARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES tftrgi Stock', Immediste Shipment Agenti (or Canidlin Oil Engines, Etc. Ordtn from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS. AND JOBBERS nd 1755 Lethbridge, Alia. Ave. S. ;