Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Hotel Windsor Beit 11.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL, TRAINS 5 Are You Going Shooting on The 23rd? If so, don't forget that we are headquar- ters for Sporting Goods such GUNS KIFLES AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS WADERS SHOOTING COATS REVOLVERS AND GUN SUNDRIES the party who buys shells at our store Saturday and Monday for Tuesday shoot. We will give SIX BOXES NITRO CLUB SHELLS for the one that secures the largest cumber of ducfcs. 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 luesy one Thursday morning. 1-ar ShtrvwIn-WIIIiama Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 sptctal attention to mail I FINE NOTE PAPERS Have you used our CELEBRATED IMPORTED NOTE PAPEES? Once tried. alwaysss used and the price is the same as Inferior Papers, gHHTSBII'S BGOKSTOHE New Block First door west Union Bank AatnU fir Phone 1265. 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 always carries the best in itock. All sickroom requi- sites, whether for surgical or medicinal purposes, should be of tbe very best quality and most practical efficiency. Those are the kind we carry. tots SrogaiHi Book Co. Prescription Special ste i 8. RIPLEY, Map. iiTKSHiBSt ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for near- ly quarter of a century. Please fceep the Dominion sta- have consideration for our employees by making- your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holi- days -sve are open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. S p.m. to 9 p.m For other urgent calls use nhone 322 or Night Bell J. 0. HlQintlottiEili Co. LM Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST This is the store to buy GROCERIES PROVISIONS, TEAS, COFFEES, FRUITS. Our Prices are Lower. Our Qualities are First Class Look at our Ad. in Friday's Herald. That Will Convince You. The Store of Quality v GEO. Kerr Co. Groceries Fruit, Vegetable! and Crockery Phone 1453 Now is the Time to place your orders for PRESERVING PEACHES, PLUMS AND PEARS We have three cars of fruit and vegetables arriving next QUALITY AND PRICE GUARANTEED Italian Prunes will be at iheh1 best about September 5th to 10th. PEACHES AND PEARS will be ac their best next week. We solicit your trade. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 25 PROMPT DELIVEDY BUSINESS LOCALS Call 4-i-i, the LeUibridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 For Labor Day, September 5, 1910, the Canadian Pacific Railway will au- 'thorize a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale Sept. 2 to 5 inclusive, final return lim- it September 7. 1910. For full partic- ulars apply to nearest Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent. Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Burdert streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jbone 172-0 Just arrived at, 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 25, 1910, the Canadian Pacific j Edmonton, Railway Company will have in effect j Calgary, [special fares. For full particulars as ADORE (a-door) A BELLE is what you'll be doing -when you fall in love. After the "bans" your "adorable" will vrant 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 THE WEATHER fair 32 461 clear 84 AA. I Lethbridge, cloudy 90 541 MARKETS BIRKENHEAD CATTLE MARKET Liverpool, Aug. Rogers to fares, limits, etc. apply to nearest! Winnipeg, clear 86 50jCo. report tone of the Birkenhead Canadian Pacific ticket agent. f The weather throughout the rie provinces has been generally fine, CITY AND DISTRICT The T. S. McKenzie Implement Igency this morning shipped a car- Ported at several places in load of wagons to Cardston for Southern Alberta, trihution. FORECAST: Manitoba and _ _r CGH'u and in all districts warm. Maximum !pound on ranch cattle. Full quota- temperatures of 90 degrees are re- toons being States steers from 13 3-4c Rev. Gee. Howcroit, High Riv- er, has been offered the rectory 01 the Episcopal church at Lancaster, Ohio. This morning about ten o'clock a team hitched to a fanner's wagon, ____j and" standing at the Massey-Harris Co.'s warehouse, took fright and dashed off. Their flight was soon 1 stopped, however, when they collided jwith a telegraph-pole in front the W. Young of Cypress River, Man., Ellison Mills. The tongue, neck-yoke father-in-law of J. H. Millard, is j and all the traces were broken in spending a lew days in the city hav- twain, but no person received injury, ing arrived yesterday afternoon. j Rev. T. P- Perry, now in attend- A marriage license has been issued! ance at general conference at Van- to Maurice E. Rygg of Lethbridge, i couver, writes stating that arrange- CITY AND DISTRICT Canada, and Ida M. Pittman, of Ren- i ments have been completed with Rev. gurly, Review, j Dr. Cleaver, of Toronto, who is also conference, Lethbridge on his return trip east and deliver his famous lecture "Jean Valjean" in Spokane. i in attendance at general C. G. K. Nourse, manager of th'e to faave Mra OTer i Bank of Commerce, will relieve C.W. Rowley, manager at Calgary, during the month of September. He however, he in Lethbridge en Satur-' day and Sunday of each week. i i H. G-alvin recently returned from a' trip to JIagrath. He reports that! several fields of oats en route, that; previously did not show at all, have' i now grown and are shooting out j quite green aad are jery likely to (give a good yield. I W. H. McCaffrey, clerk at the Peo- pies Drug Store, received word yes- tcrday that he had been successful in j the recent, pharmaceutical examina- tions and is cow a graduate drug- gist. Congratulations are extended Sas- WINNIPEG WHEAT fine today !innnipes- opened winds, fair and i warm to-day and Sunday. winds c fine today 'irw 0 -r, J (102 34, closed 102 1-8: December open- and on Sunday. 100 1-2, closed 100 1-4; May opened 105 1-4, closed 104 7-S. Cash close: No. 1 Northern 106 5-S; No. 2 Northern il04 1-2; No. 3 Northern 101 3-4. No 2 White Oats 37. Flax 220. CITY AND DISTRICT The city's new steam shovel was unloaded yesterday afternoon. Rev. Father Lacombe returned to Midnapore yesterday afternoon, after spending a-day in the city. The Imperial Bank of Canada has CHARGED WITH SHOOTING A HORSE Chas. Hoover, a farmer from near Cardston, was the other day .remand- closed its east end branch on West- j ed for trial toy B. N. Barker, J.P.. of minster Road. I that place, on the charge of shooting All persons having bills.against horse belonging to J. W. Lee, of Agricultural Society are requested to Raymond. The evidence of the pre- present the same immediately or set- tlement of same will -be delayed in- definitely. The school children and others who won premiums at the exhibition last week are requested to call at Jtfr. 3Ic- liroinary went to show that Hoover 'bought land from the 0. W. Kerr Co. on the K 2 ranch, broke up land within the which encircled the whole township and jmt in a crop, thinking he was sufficiently protect- church on the evening of Sept j Nicol's office the Jirst week, ed. The Kerr Co. later made a bar-' 6 (Tuesday Dr. Cleaver is! A- W. Chambers, or the Bank with George Matson and others an orator or almost peerless gifts, 1 Commerce staG, was yesterday ap-jto go on the'ranch and cut hay, but an almost unequalled painter of word- pointed manager oi Lethbridge's first, made no stipulation as to grazing pictures. This lecture has been given! clearing house. The clearing house horses or mules. Matson, Lee and oth over forty times in Toronto, four will commence operations on Sept. 1.' ers turned their horses loose at nights times in the Metropolitan church The Diamond City alleged "blind! and they strayed on Hoover's crop, there, and always to crowded houses, pig" cases are down to come up oe-j Several horses were found in the fore Inspector West and Supt. Wilson' morning their owners to have shot at the barracks this afternoon, but} Bounds and horse of Lee's was Last winter the Presbyterian church of Regina brought him all the way from Toronto to give that lecture, and paid him besides e.Tperises. will probably be again adjourned. No. 1 Chemical, hose wagon and had a crowded house and real-1 ladder truck, arid Xo. 2 Cheoiical re- 'badly shot up. Hoover was arrested and charged with doing the shooting. ized a handsome surnius. The funeral of the late Mrs. J. P.! 10 him. Frame is to be held this afternoon Rev. Dr, at 3.30 o'clock. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square Seal 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 yon 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 our prices. If we can't show you the advantage in buy- Ing here, then don't buy from us. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company, Limited ACADIA tLOCK North Yard, so JSrt Ytnl, E. Edman has now re- turned from his visit to the States, and will continue to preach .for the Swedish Lutherans oi this city. Meet- ing -will be held on Sundav, Aug. 21, at Charles -Johnson's residence, 1211 Bompas street, at 11 c'clocfc a.m. All Scandinavians are welcome. sponded to a call shortly six o'clock yesterday evening tv 52S Bartlett street, the residence .oi E.T. MacGregor. An upset oil Subject: "Mt. Ne- llie caus--> of the alarm but iLe f-ameslbo's f concluding sermon on COALDALE CHURCH NEWS Sunday, August 2lst, _Coalda1e, ser- Bcecham Mviford, pastor. SOUVENIK GOODS INBUBNT LEATHER Very pretty and es. Pipe Racks, Doilies, Photo Holders, Shaving Papers, Match Holders, Neck Tie Racks, Hat Pin Holders, etc. Suitable for small presents. Prescription Draggists shoot Straight, Hit hard, and are sure fire had a heart to heart talk with thi'j boy. us have one with you. Stafford-Agnew Co. dcpartmcat arrived. }I. McMahon this morning informed the Herald that yesterday while at Winnifred. he learned the intentions, of the townspeople there, that a SOMETHING NEW- NOEL'S MEATS, FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN. TONGUE, HAM, TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Full Line Of LIME JUICE, GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER, ETC. Craddock Viner FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 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 Rochon Bros. The Galvin-Hatfield. Co. recently dis posed of a half-section of land at Kipp to B. S. Benson of this city. The figure realized was around the fortv dollar an acre mark. Reliable Contractors Want the Best market supplies Locks and Fittings should The PETERBOROUGH LOCK MANUFACTUR- ING COMPANY'S GOODS We are sole asents for this district. TlieMcKeown Hardware Co., Ltd, Dufferin Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily 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 best and most up-to-date cafe's in the West. European Plan Prices to Suit All j If your liver is sluggish and out of 'tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti- dose of Chamberlain's and Liver Tablets tonight be- mey noid a meeting to form sifore retiring and you will feel all right morning. Sold by all druggists. LEST YOU FORGET Say T o your grocer to-mgnt. lou .-11 will enjoy it TUFT 1 oL Eussell Street, jSTorth Ward. Board of Trade for their growng j town. They are after all their rights as citizens and purpose getting better j railroad and trading facilities. j Rev. David Jones, who has been j visiting in the city during the week, j leaves on Monday for Strathcona, having bec-n appointed rector of the English church there. Rev. Sir. Ran- some, formerly of B. C., has gone to Tabcr to take charge of the church there pending the appointment.of Mr. Jones' successor. A sum of over represents the increase in donations for missionary purposes by Canadian Baptists over former years, for the years 190S and 1909. It is intended by the secre- taries of the Baptist branches of the Layman's missionary movement that this increase shall not only be main- tained, but if possible doubled. Dysentery Is a dangerous disease but can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully used in nine epldem ics of dysentery. It has never been known to fail. It is equally valuable for children and and when re- duced with water and sweetened, it is pleasant -to take. Sold by all druggists, LINEN GOODS Replace your old table linens with something new. We have: UP TABLE From From, a dozen PLAIN HEMSTITCHED TRAY CLOTHS DAMASK TRAY 75c These are all new goods and we would ask you to inspect stock of Dress Goods as early as possible. DRAWN SILK DRAWN BATTENBERG .............65c our new THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD.