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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta U PMB tUt TO Ai. TRAINl Hotel WliMtoor a Buy In Alkortf Daily Herald WMtV IN LIITMMMOM The Dalits Hotel It thi Beit ind Moit knt flm to Did you see it? Our booth at the Fair, we mean We have tried in this wa.y io give (lie peo- ple of Lethlmdge and surrounding country some idea of the range and beauty of our stock of Carpets and Rugs. We want you to stop and look at these; closely note the wonder- fill color combinations of those French Wiltons, the peculiar elusive shades in this carpet adds to its fascination and charm.. Then we have those luxuriant and heavy Eng- lish Wiltons in various patterns and dainty colorings, short we consider this showing is .worth your'while going oil the way to the-fair to see. WATCH FOR THE BANNER NEW BQQP When you want one .of the LATEST BOOKS to read you will find that our atock is the largest and most complete in the city. Remember our Reprint Edition, at 65c-'each ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY. BOOH WHIT OF UNION fHCNt 111% ASENTt FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD Water Glass FOR PRESERVING .EGGS One pound costing you 25c will preserve about Six Doien ejos for one or more years and keep them'right. Now is the time to put eggs down during the Dry-Farming Con- gress. There, will be thousands of eggs .in demand. 2oc now wilt save you ?1 all m a few mouths. Sold The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions .-.When diagnoses your case and prescribes lor you, you-to follow.his direction not only in taklngahe mcdi- exactly in securing the exact medicine that he indicates.' In our Prescription Department'we take particular pains to Mie-guard your health and to aasiit your doctor by using noth- ne pure, powerful, full strength chemicals and drugs. Send ywir prescriptions to us, JACKSON CO. MteiUMK-ALOCK. PHPNI 20 Per Cent. Off Wall Papers We are cleaning out our large and well assorted stock. WELLINGTON BROS. 613-10th St. South Phone 1472 Exhibition Visitors- When at the-Fair (lo not-fall to see our. exhibit; of 'DRUGS AND STATIONERY In the- Main Buildinj at the Exhibition Oroundt KENNY ALUN JTATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES OLIVIR HLOCK PHONE Standard Furniture Co. 'HOME OF OUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE All Aboard to the Lethbridge Exhibition Everybody sohi'K io the' Exhibition should make it a point to sue our display of A'fi.elaiMl Canned Goods and Pure Goods .Demonstration. Our exhibit is located In the centre oMue Mntn Building where the directors olllcc was located last year. Tables and choirs are provided for Iheliullcs. All Indies cordially Invited to come inside arid sample PURE GOLD'SOODS. This Week's Specials in Fruit ami Vegetables. Preserving Pluny, per 201b crate........... Preserving, Peaches. per'20nj crate Bartletl per.4un> rase Cooking Apples; 5Utb Eating. Apples, per 50U) case. Grapes, per ylb 90c. Grapes per pound 25c. Dry (Griions, per to......................... 05c. PHONES: Grocery Pcpt. .IML Wnoiualt O.pt. un. Ice Cream Dept 127. Cartsloupes, each.................. 15e and 20c. Watermelons, pur 8e. Pie Pumpkin, per Ib........................5c. Squash, per 6e.' Ripe Tomatoes, per I'olb 'Or two pounds for 25c. Green Peppers, per lOlb Green Peppers, per 20c. THE GOOD COMPANY HISH CLASS OROCEHS MI CREAM FSUIT AND CONFECY'ONIM WHOLESALE ft RETAIL PHONES: Srocary Dept. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Dept. WEATHER clear 77 Calgary, clear........ 78 Lcthbridge, clear 79 Saskatoon, clear Yorkion, cloudy 75 Moose Jaw, clear 79 52 73' 77 47 .10 Moosomin, cloudy Swan River, clear PorUge, clear.......75 57 Cypress River, cloudy 72 54 Kamloops, clear...... 62 50 Penticton, clear 59 Rad Deer, clear 7S 44 clear SI 37 Battleford, clear...... 81 51 Elbow, cloudy........ 79 51 Swift Current, clear 77 53 Qu'Appelle, clear 74 54 Bstevan, fair "2 54 clear........... 73 47 Winnipeg, cloudy...... 73 55 Port Arthur, clear ad Nelson, clear... 82 48 The weather throughput the West has been fair and moderately warm. Forecast Western and warm today and on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT A Game Guardian D. B.- city has been appointed avgame guardian. School.it Lake-McGregor The Lake HcGregor school district i has heen given power 'to raise to erect and a school. Buys Nelson-Hotel The Strathcona Hotel at. Nelson has been purchased by F. B. Whiting, for- merly of Armstrong, B.C. S. O. E. Notice The regular, meeting the S. 0. B. has been postponed from Wednesday, August 21, to ilouday, August'2IJ, on account of the fair. A Pound District Township 4, ranges 11, 1" and IS, have been created into a pound i trict. Cut Glass Room When Seeing the Sights. KirkhamBros PHONE 554 CITY AND DISTEICT Eight Drunks Eight drunks appeared before Mag- istrate Bentiey this morning. Ail j were lined the usual three and costs. Ono, v.'ho could not pay, was given) ten days In the barracks guard room. To Build a 'School..... The Bulmer school district, T. L. Rash, Iron Springs, treasurer, has been empowered to horrffw to build and equip a school. .Erect Workshop The Canadian Western Natural Gas Light, Heat and Power Co. will erect a workshop. 60 feet -by 20. feet, on Seventh avenue South, which them Seventh avenue South, from 'which place all installations and repairs be carried on. The building will cost Wm. Wilfetti has taken put a permit to build a house addition, coafr ing BUSINESS LOCAL-S Fet qnick baggage service, Pbooe tit. Rei Ciltar Stori. 1M Pure, rich, thick received daily; pints, 25c., quarts; .t6c_Geo. Kerr t Co. For high class .'French dry cleaning phone 174, the Crown Cleaners. H. K. Browning, piann tuner with Mason Risch, Ltd., phone 731. 200-0 Baths! Baths! Baths! K.Kaake's Barber Shop.- I Phone 6G6 the Messenger Service tor. ro npt message and baggage tfclivery: The greatest sight at the Fair this year will be found between barns C. knd D., Beauty" the larg.. esf living steer in the world is .on ex- hibition. He is-a five year old, over twelve feet around the heart-girth', with a back, fiat as' a table, and weighs 4460 pounds. lie wan bred, fed and brought from near Chicago III. The secretaries-of-Winnipeg, Brandcrn. Regina, Snskatoon and Edr monton exhibitions endorsed this side- show as the best on; their grounds. Hod Beauty Is a light td be seen oiice te a life time, so do not. miss thta op- portunity'of seeing him at the eihib: Itton grounds. We do repairing oti'ladies and gent's clothing. The. .'Crown Cleaning Works. A series of dances will be held dun ing Fair week, tomorrow 'night in 8. O. E. hill ud tonight In.K..of P Hall. Gaskell't J. B. ClM; kell, teadcr (violin) K. Needs (pianist) Chappoll (drums.) Gent's 11.00, nipper Included; frw. Dancing lam. to 2. -.ji4_i, Crehie Velva The'daMfiest of Toilet Creams, cle- li and- velvety. Ask for sample, bottle at. our hobtfl-' ;.Exhtbtion J. D. Higinbotham Col, ltd. The Rexall Store CITY DISTRICT Racing Circuit President Sir. n. G. Huttlc, ot Calgary, pres dent of the Western Canada racing Is a guest tor the Fair with Mr. Thomas Third avenue South. .Case Remanded Victor Brown, charged with obtain, ing money under false pretences; ap- peared before Magistrate Bcntley ag- ain this raprnins.., p.. H. Elton prose- cuted for the city. The case was re; manded until tomorrow morning. Says Crops are. Excellent M..T. Huchanan, who is at present, here looking aftei his farming interests in this district speaks in high praise of the crops cpri dltlon this year. Mr. .Buchanan owns large tracts pf farming land between the How -River a-nd Milk' River.and js greatly pleased with the conditions ot the grain which he says is ripening very fast., Thirty-five miles east of Warner Mr. Buchanan found thVcrops in fine shape. California to Have Exhibit. la coming Io the Dry- Farming Congress this fall for the first time in the history .of the State. A couple of weeks ago it was announo- t-d that the fourteen northern coun- ties of -the State make an ex- hibit. The Sacramento Valley Devel- opment League has the matter in hand, and Chairman ilo.Vic- ol, of the Exposition committee, re- ceived a communication from the sec- of the fluking Jhat spaco hi the main building he reserv- ed for their exhibit. A large party of delegates Is'a'lao expected from California, ami .jvlll join the >Vash- tfelefitioii at St. Andrews' Church Vacancy In. connection with the vacancy al St. Andrews church, North caused through Hev. M. Bryden'E' retirement, another meeting of the congregation will be held next Mon- day evening to arrange for filling the I vacancy as early as possible. To Represent Alberta Dr. R. G. Brett, of. Banff, ami Dr. John Park, of Edmonton, have been elected by the Alberta Medical Asso- ciation, 'to represent that society at the Dominion Medical Council, to be held at Ottawa in the fall. Changes in Schools Mr. C. B. Jennings, of Coleman, who was a member of the teaching staff o ftbe Central School last year, will go to Westminster school as princi- pal, when school re-opens next week; while Mr. TI. H. Bruce, of Barnwell, will be vice-principal at1 Westminster. Minister of Education Laid (Continued from front to teach, 'manual training and-domes- tic science, while teachers ior rural schools will be given, a practical working .knowledge of agriculture, j, which he. considers the most import- ant industry of Alberta. After again congratulating (he citi- zens on their enterprise the minister declared the stone well and truly laid. J. H.'.Klcct'xvood In'a short'addiess thanked Hon. Mr. Boyle for being jj present, and Mayor Hatch followed in j a pleasing address ju which he ex-i) pressed his pleasure in the work otj the' board in endeavoring to teach the hoys and girls "of the present gen- eration to become "the best citizens possible, because it will not he long before.'they will he forced to take up the reins or government where" present- incumbents lay them down. I Rev. Principal Dyde also spoUe' briefly congratnlationg the people of t Lethbridge, rfeclaring that the lion of the hody to the tasks, of life j is just as .important as the well, train-J cd mind.'He claimed that-the skilful! artisan -must have a highly'developed i indj and he was pleased to see that I people of Lcihbridge recognized j thae fact. j The ..'ceremony was concluded by a chorus by the children and the sing-1 ing of Gfo'd Save the King. BAP CROP CONDITIONS !N KENT COUNTY Rldgetottn, Ont., Aug. fitiLUtiing fine appearance of the bean crop a couple oE weeks ago, iho j yield will be the poorest-ever1 liar-j vested. The rains have' filled the; ground so -full of water that it cannot! stand., mere, and the ditches and I drains have heen to carry off] the surplus water during (he past j week'. The practically .ruined.' Tho loss to Kent is Inestimable, as, the beans are the main product. Ihrl fell oh the Oxford-Howard town line! today, anti did considerable damage to tobacco. i THE PEOPLES' FORUM ANOTHER REASON Editor LethbrWge Herald: few days ago you gave an invitation to all Smiths not attending church, to give their reasons for not doing" so. Your publication of Mon- day's issue will fnrnish the explana- tion. It Is because the ministers no longer believe in the Bible, or luivo any faith in Christianity. Yours truly, SMITH WHO DOES 06 TO CHURCH, Baby Carriages and Go-Carts wheels for the baby. 2-Wheol suLRies, Avootl find wicker. .with side protectors, Siiinll folding go-carts, just. for suinmcv................'.... Collapsible go-carts, in..-red, Mack, best Victoria cloth covers English Peraiiibulators, large and roomy finest leather to Carriages in. all designs and prices, from HAVE A LOOK AT OUR FAIR EXHIBIT Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Phone 625-3rd Ave. tools for Building Trades CiEP ENTERS. BEIOKLAYBRS ELECTRICIANS IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas DISSTON; STANLEY, ATKINS, V. B." STAEEBT, P, Se AND -NORTH BROTHERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER AND 4TH AVE, LETHBRIDal. L F, awn rence Hakes Your Eesicleur-e Look Per Cent Valuable WE HAVE THE BEST 30 in. liigli' 36 in. .ItJc.-per. foot 16 in. Trillis for Arches, 9c per foot Hayr Hardware Company THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Beits; Leather Belting, Rub'beY Belting; Lace Leather Penljcrthy Injectors, and Grease Cups OARLOCK PACKING FOR ALU'PUPPOSES Large Immediate .Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Merle Oil Oasoli'ie Ennlnes, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1765 Lcthbridse, Alts. Ave. S. ;