Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
1 if FREE BUS TO ALL .Hotel Windsor J 4. a Day Hotel In Alberta -j. The Lethbridge Daily Herald IN Tbe Dallas 44 l> th, Bnt and Mod Canvwv 4. Itnl to Stay SUCCESSFUL HUNTERS BUY THEIR SUPPLIES FROM US That's why they arc successful. The supplies we sell arc the very iiighel quality and (lie very newest in the lines. We are leaders in everything good in Sporting (loods We sell'at moderate prices and we want your trade. SHOT OUNS-In single or double barrel styles, pump guns, nnd repeaters; a style to suit every hunter, >t' to LOADED SHELLS V.'itu just the right load for light or heavy guns. Every good make. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. AGENTS FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT 712 We sp.clll AUentU.i tn Mill Ordtri CLEARANCE SALE HAMMOCKS, BASEBALL GOODS AND TENNIS SETS. These must be sold before September 1st. Come ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK riHST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS fOH EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value ef Pure Drugs the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies aquaily the purity ami pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner o' their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all will be corn- bounded right. Brluj ill your prescription hare to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. rmiCHIPTION A. B. BIPLIY, MANAQeit PHONE 772 Who Fills Your Prescriptions? iTou Avill do well to let us fill your pre- scriptions. Every ohemi'c-al iu our Pre- scription Department represents the highest known quality. Every prescription is put up .by thoroughly qualified iwgistered graduate JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION OBUGplSTS ii it JOHNSTON 4 JACKSON. IHEKLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1231 Of EXCELLENT LAGER AND POBTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS Big Reduction in Preserving Plums, Pears and Apples FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. 60 CASES RED PRESERVING All In extra fine shape; price per cralo 75 CASES BARTLETT Kxtra fine for preserving; price per largo cnse W.25 40 BOXES 111 20 !b. boxes; good for oatiuj! ul' conking; price Her box good value but as we lire receiving another car this week All the above goods aro exceptionally we want (o Reserve four orders for PRESERVING PEACHES. eel market price. Watch this space for particulara. We will have a car of extra duality at the low- Sec our display of.Yiiichuul Goods at the .Exhibition.' THE GOOD COMPANY YOU NEED we 1mve the very best U> sell you. Scotch makes, which keep you dry all day long. Our prices are low. HUNTING to fit big or small meu. and of Quality to suit. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. ''NOME 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CHEAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE A RETAIL OUFFERIN ST. PHONE 827 THE WEATHER 84 CO 07 70 Kumoiuoii. cloudy j Calory, cloudy Lrthiiiitlgf, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, dear Kumioops, clear Tin- over the prairie prov- inces has been cool ami clear light iroKts have been reported in Mani- toba. FORECAST All today aml on Wednesday Wednesday higher temperature. Fair CITY AND DISTRICT Week p. firyan, of Mneleod, is in the city. j Among the fair visitors avc O. land K. McKenzie, of Kdmonton. j i T. Bow ley and E. Martin, of! Red Deer, are in the city. D. Bull. is in the city attending the fair. Raisheek, nf Grassy Lake, has been picked to referee thc District League Football match tomorrow j J night at the Hall Park. A committee oi business men oi Hie city are endeavoring to the citl- Eens of pity to hoist their flags at their business houses and residenc- es during fair week. Every citizen should fall in line with this excellent suggestion. B. W. Somcrs, manager of the j thrown Life Insiircnee Co., for the. province of Alberta, came down to (this city from Calgary yesterday and i purposes remaining here on a comnin- i ed business and pleasure trip during Hie Fair week. Dr. .1. K. Stewart, who has been spending his vacation for some weeks past at Vancouver nnd other points on the Pacific Coast, returned home last night. lie is here in t me for the Exhibition and to take an active part in the military tactics oi the big Fair. Todny the streets oi the cijy, es- pecially those leading out to the Ex- hibition Grounds present, a busy News vendors, peddlers and i i public stands are being u-ell patron-! j ized and are creating considerable commotion. The numbers of visitors are being increased hourly, and al- ready the hotels are taxed to their capacity. Rut accommodation, ample for a large crowd still remains, and it is expected that .this year's at- tendance at the Letiibrirlgc Exhibition will he a record breaker. Not the least interesting are the red men of the plains who are much in evidence as with their sqnaivs, children and dogs they parade the streets in their endeavor to sell their' horses, bead; work and knic nacs at the accustom- ed market prices. Dargams Dainty Japanese Cups and Siuicer.s Different patterns and shapes all going 15c ACUP 1 AND SAUCER You know the kind OUR SPECIAL. THEY GO PAST. SEE OUR Wt N DOWS KIRKliAM BROS DON'T FAIL TO VISIT.; V" J. D. Higinliothiun Co.'s Display of Poison :i and many .interest- ing lines. PEEE''samples1 and booklets.for the asking. WEST END OF MAIN BUILDING :U Store Family and Clspeosiui Chnmlatfl Night and Day No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door LIBERAL RALLY AT IRON SPRINGS S. J. Shepherd and Others Address Enthusiastic Meeting Iron Springs, Aug. Wed- nesday nisbt. a areat rally at the Hmitsvllle school house. There was a large W. Pearson was clouted tor the evening. He first introduced T. S. .Mackenzie, who gave a brief Introductory address. S. J. Shepherd president of the Liberal Association! iben introduced. He gave a de-1 tailed account of the recipfociiv agree- ment, making it very plain his learors that the fanner would be lenuntted by the arrangement. I'he chairman then introduced Dr. Galliraltn. who made a few spicy clos- ing remarks, .and the rally was end- ed by a song from Mr. .Mackenzie. W. Pearson, who has been. building n couple, of school houses In I the Cameron field, has them nearly compieted'and school is to .be opened] in the Beaver Pioneer school house Aug. 21. .Miss U Cousins, who taught the HuntsvillB school last term, is to be the teacher. A prominent business man of Leth- bridge, accompanied by his wife and little girl, ware, riding .one day In his automobile. On crossing the Picture Butte Coulee the child, remarked: "Papa, this road is quite thin." So say all who have it to cross. Harvestine. is going qii rapidly in the Iron Springs District. -Mrs. E. J. Larter, of Brocket, is spending a few weeks visiting her! old friends in the Battersea district. CITY AND DISTRICT S. C. Witwer, formerly of the Good Co., leaves tomorrow with his wife I and daughter for JJcw Hamburg, Ont., where he will-look after the in- I toresls of the Witwer Automatic j Coupler Co. Thc company is promised; ja hearing before the railway coin- JTnisKion in the near future. cement work' in connection Don't fail io sec our Chore Boy Wessing the l-ethbridgc Fair, Aug. 22-25. The of the grano- Healtv Co. 301-11 Broaches have already teen Call COS, the a.m' Service for quick message and bag- Jf "f Wlth wea- gaBe delivery. Offic. 327 Round St. Itller thc wolk wi" lle complctcil BUSINESS LOCALS 210-0 H. E. piano tun- ing, with Mason Risen Piano Co., about two weeks. Representative of Massa- with the Argentine republic. SAYE 20 to 40 PER CENT. FUEL Installing ALL-MITAL ON WINDOWS ANO DOOR8 Lesi expmsive and better by tar than storm windows. Loose and bad-fitting Sash and Uoort, made air and dual proof by instal- ling Ail-Metal Weather Strips. not roar or disfigure "sash or door. Can be applied to any window, now or old. Now ie the time to no teaeonfi. Estimates siven. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. o, iox 324 SIXTH ST. B. PHONii 631 Curry phone 791. 700-Ojchusctts, has introduced a resolution Don't fail Io sec our Chore Hoy at I in Congress Io the cITecl. that United thc I.ethbriclgc Fair, Aug. 22-2ii. The Slates open reciprocity negotiation1 i.elhbridgo-Weyburn Realty Co. 2ni-l F'honc 733 for general draying. Good .service. Ailicrla Cartage Co. Tilui'y will hold her millinery opening Wednesday, August I 23rd, and ilayE. Tbere will be on display a large-importation oi ff Ihc far rcnott'lieri Gage Hats; also French and American patterns. Tiiney rr.'ost cordially invites Jill ladies of I.cthhridgc and vicinity call and see her elegant display of i choice and up to tho minute ery. Thc openings arc a week lior in order to givo tbc .visitors onr Annual Fair an opportunity .to sec the latest and most up-to-date millinery. 211-2 Don't fail io see our Chore Hoy at Hie [.clhbriilgr Fair, Aug. 22-25. The. Really., Co. Ml-l ,5. BATTERY PRACTICE Tl'o Battery practice tonight tho (Exhibition Bi-oiuiila. Tlio horses arrived in Ihc city laat night and are the finest bunch thc battery nas ever had. The general ser- vice wagon will be at tho tem- porary .armory at thc head of 1223' Fourth avenue at seven o'clock thlg evening to the raemhert of the battery to the park. All members aro urgently requested to make 'a special point of being on hand promptly. DENOUNCES IDEA OF ANNEXATION Cornell President Says It is All Bogey to Delude Electors Winnipeg, AUK. Characterizing the annexation Idea as a mere delus- ion, fatal to souml thought and wiao; Scnrman, ot Cornell university, addressed the Canadian club last night. He said: "I cannot resist the conviction that the total volume of trade and com- merce between Canada and the Unit- ed States Is far smaller than the best interests of both countries impera- tively warrant. I welcome the larger freer atmosphere, which -basing to How about us. It is a trade agree- ment equally honorable and advan- tageous to both countries. "Concerning annexation, 1 h beard more every day since 1 arrived in Canada than during all the time I spent in the Stares after the legisla- tion was proposed. In fact I believe that It is almost entirely upon the annexation bogey that the papers are clamoring for the defeat of the meas- re. Anyone who thinks that the peo- Ie of the United Stales are wasting sleep In formulating plans.for annexa- tion of Canada is under dchraion which fatal to sound thought nnd wise ac- tion. Not only tins a trade agreement nothing to do with the political rela- tions of Canada toward Britain, but n the condition of sentiment toward liritain .which now prevails in the United States, it would be difficult, If not imposaible to R-ecure the enact- ment of a measure, which would in any way be 'prejudiced to the Interest of Great Britain." At length and with enthusiasm Pre- yi sidcnt. Scurman discussed the features of the legislation, which were of special Interest in view of recent com- ment. 4, 4, Twelve thousand miners in Wales threaten to go on strike for higher wages. An unknown man leaped 1'rom the inter-provincial bridge, at. Ottawa .Saturday night, and tbc body has not rnt been recovered. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Our Men's Wear Section In- vites You Horo you may see wlmt is newest and smallest for Pull. Complete stocks, full assort-' merits, moderate prices, intiko bur .Men's Siore a splendid place to come for your Fall o.ut- fit. The well known FASHION CRAFT CLOTHING One of tlie few lines of clothing, having the patent "Bartoll1' making It absolutely impossible to lose shape. Navy blue serge, in single and double breasted styles; brown ami grey worsteds; tweeds, etc. 918, HATS We're showing splendid range of hats during Exhibition Week. In soft hats, the Telescope style, and Crush lints, bo-Ing very popular. In stiff hais many new shapes in different makes, among them. THE HAWES VON GAL A SNAP Washing Machines must go 201 off For three days only. Come early and get your choice ARTHUR H AYR Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 25c 3Sc 4Oc SOc A prominent business said the other day: "Gilmore, that Quaker Bread is the finest Iji'eacl I ever ate. Yon deserve success." Name on We are waiting for your addreia, ao ai to jeave that sample loaf. PHONE 1027 GILMORE 1810 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Famous 'Minerva' Paints Made by Pinchin Johnson Co. in l England since 1834 Now prepared ;U their factory in Toronto. Con-tarn absolutely'the. highest grade in- gredients possible to secure. Eull for nil requirements. House .'Finishes; Enamels, Floor Paints, Sliingle' and Factory .Paints. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNCN ITH ST. AND 4TH AVt, LETHBNIOOI.