Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL Hotel Windsor Beit a Day Hotel In 4- Alberta e Daily Herald WHEN IN LETMBKIOOi The nallmi Hotel li tin ind Country lint Place Stir 4, .j. .j. .u -h i SHOT single or double barrel styles, pump gnns, and repeaters; a style to suit every hunter, ,l' to LOADED SHELLS With just the right load for light or heavy guns. Every good nake. YOU NEED we have the very best to sell you. Scotch makes, which keep you dry ail (lay long. Our prices are low. HUNTING to fit big or small men, and of quality to suit. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. AQENTS'FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT QpecliI AtUMlM Mill CLEARANCE SALE HAMMOCKS, BASEBALL GOODS AND TENNIS SET'S. These must be sold before September 1st. Come early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK rmer DOOR WEST or UNION BANK. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS value ol Piu-e Drugs and the Necessary i Experience in Compounding Tbe value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- er of the drugs and ,t.he method and manner of their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the .highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure tbat all "medicines will be com- pounded right. Bring all your prescriptions here to be ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. PHONE A. I, RiPLEY, MANAGER, Who Fills Your Prescriptions? Yon will do well to let us fill your pre- scriptions. Every chemical in our Pre- scription Department represents the highest k-nown quality. Every prescription is put up by thoroughly qualified registered graduate pharmacists. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION JOHNSTON A JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 12S1. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS AUTO SUPPLIES Auto Oils. Lubricating: Oil. Casings. Tires. Patches. Tubes. Outfits. Pumps. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. SUCCESSFUL HUNTERS BUY THEIR SUPPLIES FROM US That's why they arc .successful. The supplies we sell arc the very highct quality and the very newest in the lines. We are leadefs in everything good in Sporting (.foods I We sell at moderate prices and wo want your j trade. Big Reduction in Preserving Plums, Pears and Apples FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. 60 CASES PRESERVINO in cxtm- flue" price per crnte ..................S1.38 75 CASES BARTLETT flue for preserving: price Jier largo case ..................13.25 40 BOXES 20 boxes; gootl for eating or cooking; price per box AM the above poods are exceptionally good vnlvie but aft we arc receiving another car this week v-'c want to make room. Hesorvo your orders for PRESERVING PEACHES. will have a car of extra quality at the low- est nuirlxet prk'C. Watch Dili space for particulars. out' display of Yineluiul GmxLs ;i( tlic Exhibition. THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN STORK FOUND ST. 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFCRIN PHONE THE Kiliuonton, 66 Calgary, fair...................... ss l.etliliriflpe, clear K7 fair 65 j 'S -15 l! Nelson 7-1 -17' The weather over Uic prairie prov- inces moderately warm A few showers reported in Saskatche- wan. FORKC'AST Mostly fair, slowly rising temperature. AND DISTRICT The village of Brooks is applying! for town incorporation. J. M. M.P-P. of Xan- ton, is a visitor at the lair. fj. M. lio-ss, ou.jiumi been I C. W. James, of Claresholm, 1ms been made an issuer ol" marriage li- censes. John Halsteaci, of Calgary, general frfighl agent for the U.V.R., is in town. lion. Duncan Minister of 'Agriculture, is in the city attending il the fair. jj Carlstadt school trustees I.avc been is empowered to borrow SS.uGji io'-buildi slam! furnish a new school, jj H. X. Barker, of Cards ton, is in fc j town attending to his diuies as one -jof tlie poultry judges at- the fair. i Tile capita! slock of the Blairmore j opera house company has been in- creased from to A. III. Congers, oi Medicine Fiat, and L. A. Putnam, o! Biairmore, have been appointed notaries public. The Chub school district, Carlst-.uit posi office, is airtlibnzed fd'oorrovv to build and furnish a school. The trustees of school dis- trict have been authorized to borrow to purchase a site and build a school. K. A. Hopkins and Milo Cressnian, of Stavely, and R. H. lies, of Suffield, have been gazetted justices of the pence. The Barons school district has re- ceived authority to borrow to purchase u site and build and furnish I a schoolhou.se. The "raspy school district No. Winnifred P. 0., is authorized to Fair Week Bargains Dainty Japanese Cups :ind Saucers Different patterns and shapes all going 15cACUP You know SPECIAL. THEY. GO FA'ST. AND SAUCER the kind OUR SEC OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS borrow to build and furnish a school and outbuildings. The Morning Star school ciistrict, GraFsy Lake post office, has pmvfcir to borrow to build and equip a school and purchase a site. Stralhmore school' district 1587 has been empowered to borrow to enlarge and repair their public school building. Exhibition Visitors Don't fatl'fo take home a few cakes of HARMONY ROSE soAr. This is the half pound box of pure, clear soap, for 20c, or 6 for Jl.OO, Family and, CherolsU Day 322 Night Self on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Call C66, the Letlibndge Messenger Service ior quick message and big gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. M. E. Browning, expert piano tun- Milo Crcssrnan has been appointed j ing, with Mason Risch Piano Co., official councillor of the village of! phone 731. 700-C Slavcly in accordance with the m- phone 733 for general draying, Good service. Alberta Cartsge Co. cornmendniion of the village coiincil. A liuflding permit was issued at the Building Inspector's office .'or a residence to be erected by T. low on ath.Avc., X., valued at Mitchell, of Calgary, came down to this city last night and is 309-23 LUMBERMEN OF TEXAS FIGHTING THE UNION beaumont, Tex., Aug. spending the day with A. Barn-j well. II? purposes returning to Cal- jtwo SRwmillH in Louisiana and two In I Texas have been closed and eight He purposes returning to Cal- gnry tonight. jlt. ia said, in the Eight waged by flaw- Authority has been givenUhjxJms- mill operators against the unionizing lees ot thn Blue Grass school dis- or the employees by the Brotherhood trict, l arlsladi- V. 0., to nbrr0w jof Timer Workers. J to purchase a site and build ________________ and furnish Jt schnolhonsc. those recently appointed I commissioners for taking aflidavits are: -I. Gregory, of Twin l-.iUe u, .1. Hotiyca, of I'incher T.' NOVA SCOTIA IS P. O. 270 324 SIXTH ST. 8. L. ilt-rnard, of Clarcslinlm, I'.. A. (Irani, of Marcus, anil -Jas. Harris of of the Knish1- Sitenr Co., of Ufiymnmi, and also KCC- retnry of [ho local hriuich ihe !CI- lison Aliliing ami Kktv.itor Co., in the city yesterday ami v.-ill. .sjiend a on a combined busi- ness and pleasure trip. j .1. A. Tabcr, representing Donnoel- ly, Watson Urowne, is this v eck ilisplaying Christinas goods in the Hainplo rnoiu-s of the Alexandra Ho- tel, and is lieing kept busy with llm iuifTi-RtH Kair visitors as they view 1 the cotning goofis of the s-ca- son of 1912 FOR RECIPROCITY 4 4 4 4 BURDE1T HAS A KICK ON THE ELEVATOR IN FULL SWING Rurrtclt, Aug. is now order of, the Jay from morning I till night., not a moment being lost. The farmers all bought twine at tlio rate of 2 Iks. for tlie acre and al- ready reports are-coining in that the crop will require 3 Iks. ami in .some cases 4 His. It is not only a mies- tion of straw, but the ears of tho grain are very long and a bumper crop is now assured. The recent rains, arc to be thanked for this. Nothing is being done hnro to han- dle tlie immense yield by either ihe i Klevntor companies or the C. P. R. j One of the first mentioned companies, it is true, havu had some material to build with on the ground for a year, hut they have not yet made a slurb to build. The C.p.R. have only a small loading platform here and when j it conif-s to shipping grain it will he i very hard to get up to the cars. 'Mils j I is a big question and one which the local hoard of trade should take Tim men from Uie farms arc of I he opinion that Uie C.P.R. are iliscri.n- inating against Rnrriett in favor of the two towns on either side, mid when one goes to these places it, cer- scems as if there werp n considerable of truth in this Everything is .being done for both Grassy Lake and Bow Island, i to the present nothing here. It is !.certain that the Elevator j rely on the C.P.R. for information !is I to the crops to he handled at Hie I various points and if they have hcen supplied with accurate details I would be told-that there would he a larger crop hauled here than j either of the above mentioned points if 01 ly there is (he accommodation linn-He it. This would mean that instead of the material for one ;or iii'ie thrre would already be three or four huildiug. The recent action of Die Imperial Oil Co. in making their main distributing point ioi" How Island, Grassy Lake and BurdoU, ter the most careful investigation, shows that this in the best yl.icc to serve the farmers from and :i this is so there can be no doubt Ij'it that, given the same facilities here, tiiis town will be the one to .vhich U.e whole of the vast district "-.'ill Of here io the Kipp Coulee "ill nw e. Our readers who are interested in the I elevator question woiild do cil it; in- j vestigate this matter when Uicy will see for themselves. PINCHER _NEWS Hincher Creek, Aug. fun- eral took place to the Pincher Creek cemetery yesterday afternoon of the late Wm. Laidlaw, df Pincher City, wlio died at the last named place on hrlday, aged 57 years, Mr. Laidlaw was well known throughout the dis- trict and was greatly esteemed by all who 'knew him. The temperature keeps quite cool re, mornings and nlghtn at present, but no frosts have occurred that would injure the cropt. Coronation views are to be the at- traction at the.moving picture show tomorrow night, and a quadrille dance takes ptace on Friday, Halifax, Aug. bye- election was held in Yarmouth mad-a necessary because of the appointment ot Hon. E. A. Armstrong (Liberal) to the coimnlMloncrahip of works tnd in the Nova Scotia KOV- eminent. The candidates were -Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Den- tremonl. Mr. Armstrong was elected with n majority of 648. 'I'lio lolal standing was 1S2J for Mr. Armstrong and 1276 lor Mr. Oentrcmont. Heclpro- city.1, was the prime Issue, and the overwhelming vote }n Its .Vova Scotia'g The school trustees of Balhnan riis- trict No. 2431, Burriett P. 0., authorized to borrow to pur- chase a site and build and furnish a, school. FIREBUG IN NELSON Nelson, Aug. f I rebus who has been starting fires In iNefson every nljht for the past week, tonight succeeded tn burning down the house, harns, stables and hay 'oolong- Ing to ft Chinaman Io silhurlis. and the ChlnamAn were with difficulty aaveKl from the llalfies. clue to1 perpotralor fv known. Co'y. Ltd. Our Men's Wear Section In- vites You Here you may BOO what. Is newest and smartest for.-' Fall. Complete stocks, full assort- ment B, moderate prices, make our Men's Store splendid jilftce to come for your Kail o.ui- fit. The well known FASHION CRAFT CLOTHING Ono ot tiho few linos oE clothing, having the patent "Harroll" making it absolutely Impossible to lose shape. Navy blue sense. In single and double breasted styles; brown and grey worsteds; (weeds, etc. f18, 122, HATS We're showing a splendid range ol hats during Exhibition Week. In soft hats, Uie Telescope style, and Crush hats, being very popular. In stiff hate many new shapes in different makes, among them. THE HAWES VON GAL A SNAP Washing Machines mutt go 20 off For three only. Come early and get your choice ARTHUR HAYR Assignee .._._. Phone 575 P.O- POX 27 Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 2Sc 3Sc 4Qc SO? Bread Quaker You will remember the quality when you have forgotten the price Phone 1027 THE BAKER GILMORE 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Famous 'Minerva' Paints Made by Pinchin Johnson Co. in England mince 1834 Jfow prepared at their factory in Toronto. Contain absolutely the highest grade in-. gradients possible to secure. Full line for all requirements. House 'Finishes, Enamels, Floor Paints, Shingle Stnins, Barn and Factory Paints. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CONNIft ITH ST. AND 4TH AVI., LETMMIDM.