Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
It to' -WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE ft 4 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald Hotel Windsor 11.25 Day Hottt In Alberta w FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS c Are You Going Shooting on The 23rd? If so, don't forget that we are headquar- ters for Sporting Goods such as GUNS EIFLES AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS WADERS SHOOTING COATS REVOLVERS AND GUN SUNDRIES NOTICE To the party who buys shells at our score Saturday and Monday for Tuesday shoot. We will give SIX BOXES NITRO CLUB SHELLS for the one that secures the largest number of ducks. The same to be presented at our store to be counted; record will be kept til! Wednesday the 24th at 6 pjn. and the shells delivered to the IUCKV one Thursday morning. fsr Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE. P. O. BOX 670 flvt attention to mail KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST This is the store to buy GROCERIES PROVISIONS, TEAS. COFFEES, FRUITS. O.ur Prices are Lower. Our Qualities are First Class Look at our Ad. in Friday's Herald. That. Will Convince You. The Store of Quality Gfio. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 Now is the Time to place your orders for PRESERVING PEACHES, PLUMS AND PEARS have throe cars of fruit and vegetables arriving next QUALITY AND PRICE GUARANTEED Prunes will be at their best about September 5th to 10th. PEACHES AND PEARS be at their best next week. We solicit your trade. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 25 PROMPT DELIVERY 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 iLJi.NG FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 NTOTE PAPERS Have you used our IMPORTED IfOTE PAPERS? Once tried, always used and the price is the same as Inferior Papers. Nsw WMtnty Block First door "west Union for Underwent Phone 1265. IN TIMES OF SICKNESS pure medicines and medical ippliances should never he wanting and they -will not if you bear in mind that the ALBERTA DRUG STORE always carries the best in itoc'K. All sickroom requi- sites, whether for surgical or medicinal purposes, should be of -the very best quality and most practical efficiency. Those are -the kind we carry. Hberta flnig and Bookie, Prescription Specialists E. fflPLET, Hgr. IETH8R1DEF Tills name stands tor all lhat is perfec: in manufacture and ingredients in th6 Rexall Remedies The Rule is: One remedy for each ail- ment. There are no cure- jlls in the whole line. If you are not. satisfied you nave your money back. Store j.B. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS O-U-Reka. All new people tonight, and new pictures. Call 444, the Leihbridge Messenger Service for quick message and hag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 The Barrie Carriages and are xne 353 "EcEstorm sell them.. Show room at. Athletic Park 175-0 Viaduct Lodge, I.O.O.F., No. 53, meets tonight for the purpose of con- ferring degrees. All members are eligible to receive the second de- gree pleasef be present at nine o'clock sharp. I Cs.il lip Crown Cleaners, comei of jRedpath and Buidett, streets, eppo- jsite Methodist church. "Jhone 474. j L72-0 i See the famous Inslee Bros., juven- jile comedians, at the Eureka tonight. The smallest black face on the stage. For the Edmonton Exhibition. Aug. 123 to 26, 1910, the Canadian Pacific i Railway Company will have in effect (special fares. For full particulars as jto fares, limits, etc., apply to nearest I Canadian Pacific ticket agent, j the dav II) ADORE (a-dooO A is wiiat yau'll be doing when you fall in After the "bans" your "adorable" tvant you to buy her a OUR DOORS t> GO IN AT. .They're always good '-work per- fectly, being made to fit to perfec- tion. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 Do You Ever Get Your Try their mid-day luncheon. See what yo.u get tor 35c Befdre 'the winter sets in this cafe will be the popular light lunch cafe of the city. AFTERNOON TEAS BEST ICE GREAM Rochon Bros. Reliable Contractors Lightning caused the destruction o" three ibarns with their season's crops near Berlin. Ont. Charles Spiers, merchant tailor of Port Hope, was arrested on a charge of bigamy. Want the Best market supplies Locks and Fittings should The PETERBOROUGH LOCK MANUFACTTOU ING COMPANY'S GOODS We fdrQ sole agents for this district- The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Dufferin Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily THE WEATHER Edmonton, raining 59 Calgary, fair......................... 73 Let-hbridge, fair 74 Winnipeg, cloudy 72 42 40 44 j 46! FUNERAL OF LATE MRS FRAl Fair, weather has been general over j or at! the prairie provinces. No rain re- The funeral services over the re- home, at 123S Redpath St. 213-2. ported except in northern, Alberta. Itj mains' of' Mrs. Edith Miriam Frame has b-een cool during theinight, espec- j rrere held at the family residence on iallv in oarts of Manitoba. .Round street last Saturday afternoon [the Rev. Mr. Bryden, of the Presbyter- CiTY AND DISTRICT Jas. McCaig, provincial superin-j leaden t of education, who has been j Forecast, Manitoba-Generally fair ijm Many friends ot much change in. temperature. associates gathered to pay their Saskatchewan and j last respects to one beloved by ali. j spending the last few iveeks in -Leth- j jocai- rajns not much change in tern- casket literally embanked with j bridge.. 'returned to the capital Sat- I erauire. j beautiful floral jribines j j THE PATRONS OF THE CITY AND DIS1EICT The Garbutt Business College term opened this morning. Mrs. P. fall iurday afternoon. Chas. K. Whittaker, C-P.R- and A. j JR. and passenger ticket agent, Turned this morning from a two I weeks' holiday trip to Victoria, B.C. art! Seattle. i A. M. Xanton of Winnipeg, manag- CITY AND DISTRICT Thc first j r j Westminster church, J. Alexander, westmin- j ing "director of the A. R. I., is in j the church this evening at 8 o'clock. jster Road, left yesterday (Sunday) j morning on a month's visit- -Q Madoc Ont. pressions of sympathy and condolence j j were extended to the bereaved hus- i band and children in. their sad afflic- tion. The cortege presented a long train leading to the city cemetery the conference i the remains were interred. Quarterly official board of Edith Miriam Frame was the daughter of George and Annis Hop- will be held she was bom at Gloucester- j shire, England, on 'the 12th day of Sep- tember, 1S72. Something like 20 years thc city, haying arrived in a private Henry linger, aged 31 years, died in, ago she left the Old Co.untry with net car attached to the midnight train, city yesterday afternoon from mother and carne to Lethbridge, -where At the police court this morning feve, HJ is an engineer by John Halstead general freight asrect Thos. Clayton was fined Si and costs i trade and came from Minnesota to j ried to Mr. James Frame in Lethbridge in the spring and was the 17th of September 1S91. Owing division of the C.P. for driving over a sidewalk in the in the c-itr on one of his per- Xorth Ward and warned by the court loved throughout the summer as au- visits. to repeat the offence. Williarn tor p. c. Lowes for the weatern R.. is Thf Herald was incorrect in report- repea was fmed lhe usual Sd and Co. His wife and one child came here ing that the charge of assault against Fred Butler was brought by his step- daughter, .May Wallace. She had 1 nothing to do with it, the charge having preferred by Geo. E, j Xicholscn. i F. M. Wade, of the cos'ts for beinS drunk and j a couple of months ago. The remains climate would be conducive to her im- provement, but ;t was not so and they The named court. was settled out of case between two brothers arc cared j0r at Tne undertak-ireturaed Lethbridge. Last Thurs J.J. i j I dav she nassed awav after a brief ill- ing parlors 01 T. S. Detterly, Ford, Her husband and three chiidrer i street, and will probably be taken to j namely, William. Marion and Eva, sur BORN Chas. Meegan, who went east a few Dakota for burial. .'days ago to join Mrs. Meegan, who j------ preceded him, before he left nient enterprises, has just'been ap-. L1L m I On imaay. moral hotel, which he held lor North Lethbridge. to Mrs. W. Wlfe- to take a sincjlar; Nulty, a son. I vive her loss. Mrs. Frame leaves a host of friends who feel very deeply the loss of such a goodly, inspiring woman. She was z and loving mother, a devoted and pointed treasurer of that companv. Although Mr. Wade has not long He exPects to taKC a resident of Lethbridge he his be- Potion in the east, Wm. Bennett is very popular among our citi- Fred W. Downer and F. W. Downer jr. left on Saturday to spend a few days Banff. 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 proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. give you the best of at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. w When you 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. Lumber Company, Limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Stt Yard, 4M a come zens. Mr. Wade says he looks for- ward TO a successful season for both the Majestic theatre- and the Lyceum. Harry Myers, a breed who was last Saturdav REID .HILL at present acting manager of the Bal- j TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION j moral. The many friends and well-wishes There arc several splendid enlarged j FOR will trade for chickens j of liussel] Tottie. were more than photos of Indian pow-wows and dan- j or anything useful, 1 set of pocket in-j pleased to know of his return after I rl TT? J-n rr I A ces in thc windows of the Red struments, 1 drawing board, col- ors, set squares, also 1 set of TO vol. Drue and Book Co., Acadia block, ;of Business Men's Library, 1 set of l-r> Johnston aivii Jackson, Sherlock 'vol. of Science Library, and several Sillikcr on the technical charge. They A Rafton [other sets. Address box 35. Herald ot lunous driving when taking ajc fa Colonial joffice- S'- nuantuv Oi liquor in the direction of: Photographic Co., who obtained his ;TO room for nvo j weakened r J an Indian encampment and who was found guilty by Inspector West, who ordered the liquor confiscated, later in the same day had the liquor re- turned 10 him fay an order from Mr. West. There is absolutely no founda- tion for the insinuation published jn a local that it was consumed by thc court and nolice officers. his long and very serious illness. Dur- ing his stay in the hospital at Cal- gary, his pleasant manners and sunny smile were greatly missecThere. Now. although once again with us. yet so I is he that some consider- i subjects at thc Indian encampment at in modern house, close able time must elapse ere he will be j the time of the fair. 'in. Sin a month. 642. Glyn St. -well and hearty" as before. He j has the sincere good wishes of us all. I We are also glad to able to con- gratulate Mr. and Sperry, on the to health of their now onry SOrVENIR GOODS IX BURNT LEATHER Very pretty and ?s. Pipe Racks. Doilies. Photo Holders, Shaving Papers, Match Holders, Neck Rarks. Hut Pin Holders, etc. Suitable for small presents. Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists have The largest And best Assorted Stock of Guns. Kit'Ies, And Ammunition In Southern Alberta: Be A Game JTojr. Don't Kill All The Bucks You Can. Don't Shoot The Other Fellow. c'nild, Dallas. May the improvement now apparent, continue. 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 of the hest and most up-to-date cafe's in the "West. European Plan Prices to Suit All Tkey can imitate the shape but they can't put in the quality of Ask your grocer, or phone 794. Be sure and look lor trie label GILMORE, THE BAKER Russell Street. 2sTorth Ward. LINEN GOODS Replace your old table linens 'with something We have: SILK DRAWN PATTBXBERG .............65c These are all new goods and we would ask you to inspect our new stock of Dress Goods as early as possible. Staff o ew Co. 'WRITE US" new. TABLE ..................60c up a dozen PLAIN HEMSTITCHED TRAY CLOTHS S1-S1.25 DAMASK TRAY -................75c THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD.