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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 miC TO TRAIN! f Hotel Wiiidtor t My Atkvtt IFe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LUTHMIMI The Dallas Hotel li lh. Beit ind lint Pliw to Did you see it? Our booth at the jnean We have tried in this way'to give peo- ple of Lethbridge and surrounding country some idea of the range and beauty of our stock of Carpets and Bugs. We want you to stop and look at these; closely note tbe wonder- ful 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 Axmir.sters, and heavy Eng- lish Wiltons in various patterns and dainty colorings, In short we consider this showing is worth your while going all the way to the fair to see. WATCH FOR THE BANNER Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE NEW BOOKS When you want one of (he LATEST BOOKS to read you Til find that our stock is the largest and, most complete in the city. Remember our Reprint Edition, at '6Sc '.aeh ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEV; DOOR WF.ST Of UNION BANK., PHONE FOR EMPIRI AND UNDERWOOD Water Glass FOR PRESERVING EGGS One pound costing you 25c will preserve Six Dgzen eggs for one or more years and keep them right. Now is the time to put eggs down during the..Dry-Farming Con- gress.' Taere will.be thousands of eggs in demand. save you.J1.55 in a few months. Sold The Frank Hedley Drug Go. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions ,.When your doctor diagnoses your. cue and for you, intends you to follow his 'direction not only In taking the medp oina exactly ae he M.ys but in securing the exact medicine that he indicates. In our' Proscription Department we take particular paina to tftfe-guud your health and to assist your doctor by using noth- ing tat pure, powerful, full strength ohemicals and drugs. Send tO US, JACKSON CO. ILOCK. Paint Your House for the Congress Get the bewt paint and best painters. It coats no more. Let's talk -It over. Advice re colors, etc. arid estimates free. Let us yive you references from local patrons, Wall Paper, Burlaps; Painters Supplies, etc. WELLINGTON BROS. 013-10th St. South Phone 1472 Exhibition Visitors- Wlien at the Fiir.dp not fill to see pur.eihlbit of DRUGS AND STATIONERY In Mniri Building it Exhibition Ground! KENNY ALUN BRUQ8, OLIVER 1LOCK AND OFFICE PHONE 1487 When returning home from the exhibition Drop in ;U pur store ami' save a dollar or so on some preserving EXTltA Sl'KClA1, ON FLUMS AND TEAKS All in the liiiesi; right oil' tin iced ear. Front 10 per cent to per cout below rogular prices to make it worlh your while. Peach light rod. very fine .for preserving, per Bradsliuw Plums, 'medium size, dark red. extra .fine for preserving, per crate...........r...............................SI .25 Bnrtled Peai'.s.iOlb cases, iu pink of condition, per case...... THE WnoltMls Dept. 1271. Kit CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECrONeHT Whcleiil. Dipt. 1271. let Cream Otpt. 6Z7. WHOLESALE RETAIL D.pt. 627. WEATHER 7S 71 76 78 Moose Jaw............ Winnipeg Pentictou Macleod........................ Saskatooa Brandon f........... Kamlopps...............'...... Red Deer...................... Prince Albert Alberta Fine and warm. Manitoba and Saskatchewan Most- ly lair and moderately warm. FORECAST Western Provinces Fine and warm today and on Friday. 73 32 50 50 54 r.j 47 58 51 51 CITY AND DISTRICT Moose Meeting Postponed The regular meeting of the Loyal Order of Moose has been postponed till account .of the exhibition. No Meeting Tonight No meeting of the Board of Trade executive will be held .tonight Notices are out for the general meeting, which will be held tomorrow night. See Himlat :the Fair W. Lucas is at the Good stand in :he interests of the Tojthuuter Mitchell of Winnipeg, He iilso represents the firm of Pure Gold Soda, Building Permits' CJ, W. Pearson has taken out a per- mit to build a S1400 residence in'the Alexandra Addition, 12th St. S. tJ. E. Hotson will also build a on 7th Avenue South.-costing 1 Operator Injured. Bert Simpklas, a linotype operator, with the Morning was badly burned about the hand .and last night while operating the machine from which gasolin'e. was leaking and became ignited] To Preach.In St. Andrew's W. A. Alexandra Ont., will pieach m St Vndrew s Church, North Ward, on Sunday, first. at both services. Appointed License Inspector John W. of .'Edmonton, has been appointed liquor license inspector for Calgary-city and the district be- tween Calgary and' Laggan, and start- ed upon his duties on 19th. Charged With Stealing Horse Jean Laliberte is In .trouble again, having appeared yesterday in the Po- lice Barracks, before -Superintendent Wilson on the charge stealing a' horse, the property party in the North Ward. Laliberte was arrested on his ranch sixteen miles north of the city." Tie was released on bail, and will appear for his -pre? Jlmlnary hearing on after- noon next at two o'clock. Pickpocket Well Equipped. Talk about travelMnV A. E. Lehman, one of'life trio of pick- pockets arrested, yesterday by the lo- cal police, has a complete wardrobe, which the police unearthed yesterday afternoon at the C, P. R. depot. An indestructible steamer-trunk, contain- ing all kinds ql. including dia- mond earrings, gold chains, studs, gold nuggets, and abundance of silk underwear, and expensive ap: parel. is what greeted the eyes of Act- ing Chief of Police Bro.wn, who is re- sponsible for the capture" of .the' out- fit. In addition to this trunk, there is also a. large box, containing up to goods, siich as expen- sive guns. Tn the trunk seized it is important to note that there are num- erous cheques 'dra'wn In' favor of Le- hman's wife, who is in Los.Angeles. When Seeing the Sights, PHONE 556 i' Lreme Velva The daintiest of Qioilot Oicaras, de- lightfully fiagiant, Keeps soft and ety Ask for sample bottle at our booth in the Exliibtion Palace. J. D. Higinbotham The Rexall Store AGENCY SHOULD LOSEJJCENSE Send Men Away With Assurances of Work at Magrath Every year during; the harvest sea- son there is trouble with the em- iployment agencies, who seem to pec- jsist in sending men out when they have no orders. Yesterday a ease of this nature was made known to the-; police. Seven men were sent to JMa-j grath to do work-on the canal at Uiej wage of per day. They came back yesterday bringing a lettei: from the man to whom they wore sent, stating that he had never hived them, and asking that the particular em- ployment agency-which had sent them! on a' fruitless journey, should rolun.il them their money. The men took th'ci the who will .look' into the matter, and it is likely that; the-license of "the-" agency in" question! will be cancelled. CITY A Busy Morning Police was' brisk in .the police court this morning. Seven drunks ap-, peared and lost no time in settling their Httle troubles.1" Frank accused of theft, was remanded until! August 2u'. William diarchy paid the costs of .the court for, vagrancy, vfiiile Tim Macdbnahi got five days'in the Barracks for a similar offence. BUSINESS LOCALS Knocker Buc.y in Spokane The kuocher saeni3 to he at work agaia trying to Alberta out of business. Yesterday" 0. -T. Lathrop received a wire from his Spo- kane agent, J. It. Downs, stating that there was a wide spread report cur- rent in Spokane that two feet of snow had fallen in Southern Alberta arid the crops, were completely frozen up. Mr. Lathrop immediately wired that the story was a fabrication, and that the weather was ideal for harvest, add- ing instructions that Mr. find tho source of the false story and hole him until the arrival of the man from Lethbrltige. For quick baggage tetvice, pkonr (TO. Kex CiMt Store. Pure, rich, thick received dally; quarts, Kerr Co. For high class French dry .cleaning phone 474, the Crown Cleaners. 17S-0 II. E. Browning, piano Inner with Mason Hiich, Ltd., pliohc 791. 200-0 Baths'! Uatlia! Baths! Baths! K. Barber Shop. Phone eiifi the Messenger Service for pro-.npt message and baggage delivery. We make clothes with quality, bench Will Paint Subdivision Mr. Gibson Catlett, landscape ar- tist, of Calgary, official artist for the Harriman system railways in Ore- 'gon and.Washington, Is in the city for a -lew days. Messrs. MItford Co., at a cost of thousand dollars, have secured'his services to make paint- ings of their new properly, Dominion Square. Mr. Catletl's work in. real csinte ilrawlngs have secured otlnted praise from the many large firms for whom, he has done work in .all parts of Canada and the States. The local' firm expect to have their painting on exhibition in about three wwks. A couple of .them .will also exhibited In various parts of On- tario bj. the tulcenjen o'r the SPECIAL EXHIBITS AT THE FAIR LETHBRIDGE WEYBURN CO. The Lethbridge W.eyDuni Realty Co. have a; display that is attracting much" attention at the fair. They have Rum- ely engines and Studc- baker and. Adams waggons and car- riages. The engine to be given as a prize, for the best bushel of winter wheat at. the Congress is included i among the number This firm also' have-two Cadillac automobiles for de- monstration purposes, one befog en- tirely dismantled showing plainly .the entire mechanism. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER The International Harvester usual- are demonstrating the ability of their threshers and tractors. .These are visited by large numbers farm- ers and.ranchers, KENNY A'ALLIN A very fine exhibit In the main build- ing-that was inadvertently overlooked yesterday 'is that of Kenny Allln, dnisrgists and stationers. This d's- i play is large and is very tastefully arranged, the coloring being very ef-1 fective, j P. BURNS A. CO, P. IJurns and Co.'s exhibit is alsoi coming In for its share of .admiration, i ]t Is a line example of the dresser's art THE GOOD CO, Probably no booth'is. receiving more compliments than' that of the Good Co.. j the 'well-knoSyn grocers. The booth is very artistically draped in red, white and blue. The outside and back-1 ground .displays an assortment of vl-ii el and canned goods. In the centre is found, .temptingly arranged, the cele- brated .Pure. Gold products, which are j being demonstrated. This booth, like t the storfc window of'this (inn, main-j tain their claim that good tire j sold at CITY DISTRICT Crops at Wilson Siding Ni H. 'Murray who is operating a large farm near Wilson Siding, was In the city yesterday bringing with him' the moat optimistic stories'of crop con- in that part of'the district. Mr Murray will start cutting today in hh large wheat field of 800 acres, which j ho says fg much above the average, both in yield and quality. Wilson Sid- Ing crops have made wonderful growth during the pant month, and that poLUj will make it large shipment this year.! HALF HOUR SERVICE TO FAIR GROUNDS Owing to the street can being put out of commiailon last night, the C. P. R. hai come nobly to the rescue after cancelling their ser- vice to the fair grounds, and will put oh half hour service to ths grounds similar to that which was in operation list year. The trains started running this morning, and 'enough coaches wil be put on the train to accommodate monster crowds which fire expected to tHreng the this after- Baby Carriages and Go-Carts Everything oivwheels for the baby. 1-Wheel sulkies, .in wood and Avicker. Avitli side "ht.OO Snin-ll folding go-carts, jusl tho Ihiug lot su -t-3.50 aiirt t.50 Collapsible go-carts, in ml, "iccn and black, best Victoria cloth to English and momy lined'with finest leather to Carriages'in all designs and prices, from ?i5.oo HAVE-A LOOK AT OUR FAIR EXHIBIT Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Phone .625-3rd Ave. Tools for Building Trades CABPENTERS, .BRICKLAYERS PLASTEREES." ELECTRICIANS ,v IRONWORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas B.H "KEEN STARREqyP.'S. W, GOODELL-PEATT AFD NORTH BROTHERS' The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER iTH AND AVE, LETHBRIDQt Lawn Fence Makes Your Eosidence Look 50 Per Cent More Valuable WE HAVE THE BEST 30 in. foot 36 iu. perfect 16 in. Trjllis for Arches, ....-----9c per foot Hayr Hardware. THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endleii Onvii Leather Belting; Rubbtr Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Lubricatort, Oil and Grease GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Large Stock .Immediate Shipment Ajentt for Canadian Falinanks-Morse'OII Tractors, Gasoline Engines, Etc. prderi from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney Company Phonet IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS I 1755 Uthbridge, Alta. S. ;