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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta IP ft I'. tt MCE BUS TO Aw TRAIN! Hotel Windsor 1.26 a bay Hettl In Alfeafts > *i  � >i> &    The Lethbridge Daily Herald    when in LETHBRIOat � The Dallas Hotel � I* the Best and Meat Coma*  tont Place te Stay  Our booth at the Fair, we mean We have tried in (his way to give the people of Lethbridge and surrounding; count ry some idea of the range and beauty of our stoek of Carpets and Bugs. We want you to stop and look at these; closely note the wonderful color combinations of those French Wiltons, the peculiar elusive shades in this carpet adds to its fascination and charm.. Then we have those luxuriant tick A.xminsters, and heavy English Wiltons in various patterns and dainty colorings, in short we consider this showing is worth your while going all the way 10 the fair to see. � WATCH FOR THE BANNER ft> case, ..............91.85 Or two pounds for ....................... 25c. Green Peppers, per 101b case .............. $1.75 Green Peppers, per tb..................... 20c. Preserving Plums, per 20lb crate.......... $1.50 Preserving Peaches, per 20tb crate ....... $1.20 Bartlett Pears, per 40tb case .............. $2.75 Cooking Apples, per SO lb case............$2.25 Eating Apples, per ">0lb case............... $2.50 Grapes, per "ilb basket .................... 90c Grapes per pound ......................... 25c. Dry Onions, per tb......................... 05c. PHONES: Grocery Dept. B2t> Wholesale Dept. 1371. tee Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY n)GK CLASS GROCERS ICK CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECT'ONER? WHOLESALE * RETAIL PHONEB: Grocery Dept. Ms. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Us Cream Dept. 627. WEATHER Kdmonton .................... 75 -19 Kcd Deer..................... 70 38 Lethbridge................... 7-1 50 Saskatoon ..................... 69 52 Regiua ........................ 70 -18 .08 Winnipeg..................... 73 58 .0.1 Nelson ....., ,.................. 7G 45 Calgary........................ 70 Ot) Medicine Hat ............... 73 10 Prince Albert............ ... 71 il Weqther in Alberta and western Saskatchewan has been fait and moderately cool. Eastern Saskatchewan foggy with rain. In Manitoba withj the excektion of a few points in the ' northern part, it has been cool with! rain. j FORECAST : Ail West-Fair and moderately warm today and on Wed- CITY AND DISTRICT New Clerks F. Cteary, of Calgary, and F. E. Noad, of Halifax, have joined the staff at McKelvie & MeCinre's. May Run for Mayer The Calgary News-Telegram says that H. A. Sinnott, who is an extensive owner of Lethbridge property, may be a candidate for Mayor of Calgary. Poat Office at Bassano Work on a $35,000 post office at Bassano will commence this fail, according to Western Canada Inspector of Public Works, W. T. Motlard. The site, one of the best in the town, was donated by Mayor Wbftiug. Mr. Mollard estimates Bassano's population at 1700. Saturday Night Specials We have just opened up a fresh bunch of Japanese Cups and Saucers. 15c SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY Kirkham Bros PHONE 556 CITY AND DISTRICT j At Coutts I Inspector Howard, of the Mounted ( Police here, is at present In Coutts.! on an inspection visit. A New Auto Owner Arthur Hayr has purchased an Overland car from the Western Auto Co. I Ten Drunks Up. ' Ten d. and d. specimens appeared before Magistrate Bentley this morning >n police court They were not let off so easily as yesterday. All came across with the three dollar tine. J E. Dodd, charged with being drunk while interdicted, paid ten and co-its Ordered Out of City. Some of the midway operators at the fair grounds are not considered on the square by the police, aud are being closed up. R. Tansley was arrested yesterday for operating a gambling device which was plainly crooked. Ht* was ordered out of town this morning. Book on Alberta. The first issues of the book of Alberta which is to accompany the cal' to the Dry-Farming coagresa were received in I he city this morning. The book contains !*ti pages of reading nutter descriptive of Alberta, and is elaborately illustrated with cuts Twenty-five thousand of the booklets will be mailed to members of the congress. *' Creme 4 �^Xh^dmittA^it, of ^itet.|^fm| deli oh t fti 11 v ir'a gran t, Keeps the skin soft Urtd ve.vWy. " 1 ;� '.'ft. . �: . . Ask for sample bottle at our booth in. the1 Exhfbiion Palace. J. D. Hrginbotham & Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store Cabinet Ministers Here Hon. Malcolm Mackenzie and family accompanied by Hon. C. W. Cross of Edmonton, motored over from MacJeod yesterday afternoon and went back In the evening. They intend returning to take in the fair. Cutting Spring Wheat �H. E. Miebach commenced cutting spring wheat on his big farm at Monarch today. He reports that a number of farmers in that, district have been harvesting spring wheat for the past few days and he thinks the yield will average well. While in the city for the exhibition Make it a point to go through our beautiful show rooms. Tt will be Avorth your vrhile, as our Fall Stoek is well assorted and up-to-date in every respect. WE DO SOT PRESS YOU TO BUY Our clerks are always courteous and pleasant, and quite Avilling to show you all you care to look at. We pay freight aud pack the goods' property-� ' . See our exhibit at the Fair. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Phone 625-3rtl Ave. CITY AND DISTRICT S. O. E. Notice The regular meeting of the S. O. E. has been postponed from Wednesday, August 21, to Monday, August 2i>, on account of the fair. BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phooe 70. Rex Cigar Store. 13-S Pure, rich, thick cream-Shipments received dally; pints, 25c, (juarts, liic.-Geo. Kerr & Co. 210-0 For bish class French dry cleaning phone 171, the Crown Cleaners. 178-0 H. E. Browning, piano tuner with ! Mason & Risch, Ltd., phone 791. 200-0 j Baths! Baths! Baths! Baths! 25c.-M. K. Kaake's Barber Shop. 211-6 | Phono 666 the Messenger Service for , pro npt message and baggage delivery. ! The greatest sight at the Fair this ! year will be found between barns C, and D., where "Red Beauty" the largest living steer in the world is on exhibition. He is a five year old, over twelve feet around the heart-girth, with a back, flat as a fable, and weighs 4-KiO pound's. He was bred, fed and brought from near Chicagp. 111. The secretaries of Winnipeg, Brandon, Reghia, Saskatoon and Ed mouton exhibitions endorsed this sideshow as the best on their grounds Red Beauty is a sight to be seen once In a life time, so do hot miss this oj>: portunity of seeing him at the exhibition grounds. 2UI-2 A series of dances will be held during Fair week: Tonight and Thursday in S. O. E. hall and Wednesday in K. of P. Hall. Gaslccll's orchestra: - J, B. Gaskell leader, (violin), R. Needs, (pianist), S. h- Cliappell (drums.) Gent's ?1.00, supper Included; ladies free. Dancing from !> to 2. 213-1 We solicit your patronage. .The Crown Cleaning Works. 213-1 Fellows of R. C. I. E A. Cunningham has received word of the election of himself and C. F. P. Conybear� to membership as fellows of the Royal Colonial Institute, with headquarters in London, and with Earl Grey president, and Hon. R. L. Borden,-vice-president. The nomination was made by Evelyn Wrench and seconded by Lieut. Gen. Sir J. Bevan Edwards. Flour From 1912 Wheat This year's wheat has already been made into flour. The wheat received last week from Milk River by the Ellison Milling Co.. was ground into flour, and John Gilmore, the baker-, secured a supply of it, and made a batch of bread last night. That's going some for 1912 wheat. '} _ , i > Visitors Praise Gait Gardens j \ Many are the favorable comments being expressed by visitors regarding I'( the lay-out of Gait Gardens. One)* visitor was heard to remark today: j { "These gardens are the best 1 have) yet set my eyes on." And it is a fact, | as on;h...................!2t-\por foot 36 in. high...................ltfc. per foot 10 iii.. Trillis for Arches, . ... ... 9c per foot ihyr Hardware Company CARD OF APPRECIATION Jlr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper Hiee Lilly Hoey,) of Hamilton Ont., wish their loving sympathy extended to Mr. Albert Dupen and Mrs. Barnes, of Royal View, in the death of their beloved wife and only daughter, whose death came as a great uhock to, them although they knew she had been ailing for some time, tt is hard to realize as only a year ago Mrs. Dupen was on a. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Cooper in the Skat of health and spirits. Buy the Best when you buy table** silver lor- your home. When your selection is Hfi ROGERS BMS. "Silt>*r flat*that Wear*" quality and beauty of design are both assured. Made, in the heaviest firadeof plate, hence its 1 wonderful popularity^ SaM kxUi�a|J This Flax Looks Fine A. H. Xicol, manager of Ihe R. G. Dun Co. here, showed the Herald today, an excellent sample of flax from his farm between Diamond City and Noble. Mr. Nicol has a full quarter section all in flax, which will be ready to thresh in about ten days. The heads of the sample shown are very large, and average from twelve lo fifteen kernels per head. Mr. Nicol is of the opinion that his fiax field will average In the neighborhood of 20 bushels to the acre,. New Telephone Directory The distribution of the Lethbridge city telephone directory will be commenced, tomorrow, and the telephone management will appreciate it as a favor if as many business men as possible will send one of their staff to the telephone office for their quota of directories. This Is Fair week, when everyone in the delivery business is more than busy, with the result that the delivery of directories will not bo as prompt as under normal conditions. VrWESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. - Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Large Stock Immediate Shipment Age/Its for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Olf Tractors, Gasoline Ennines, Ettc, * Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney & Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 7S5 and 1>5& Lethbridge, Alta. 1245-2nd Ave. S. ;