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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO AC THAINi Windsor t (1J> a toy Hottl to AllMrt, Herald WHIN IN J Dallas th. Unt to l SPECIAL HALF PRICE TO-MORROW Extension Rods, 54 inches long, brass and silver ends, complete with brackets Two for 25c regular 25c each Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE- School Opening ON MONDAY Remember vrhen you 3CHOOL BOOKS, SCRIBBLERS, PENCILS, CRAYONS, ETC. You will find it to your advantage 'to buy your goods from ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NIW WHITNiy'IILOCK DOOB OF UNION BANK. A8ENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC UNDCRWOOS KODAKS Let us do your Developing'! We guarantee expert work arid satisfaction. We have a complete assortment of films Let us show you the VEST POCKET KODAK and Enlarging Camera at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA. DRUG CO. Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions i, When .-your doctor diagnoses your caae and prstcrlbes for ytra, you to follow his direction not only in taking the medi- cine exactly as ne says but in securing the exact medicine that he indicates. In our Freicnptton Department we take particular pains to safe-guard your health and to assist your doctor by using noth- ing but pure, powerful, full strength, chemicals: and .druga. Send your prescriptions to us. JACKSON CO. 6MEMI.BCK (LOCK. .PHONE tf When returning home from the exhibition Drop in ni our save a dollar or 'so on.sonio preserving Fruit. KXTKA SPECIAL P1UCE ON PLUMS AND TEAKS All in. i.hc j'uiesi: condition right'off an iced cur. J''roivi 10 per cent to 20 per cent below regular prices'to make it worth your while. I'eacli lio-ht red, verv fine for preserving, per iiiw Pliiins, medium size, dark red, extra fine for. preserving, per era Y.......... jliiU'tleU Pciii'S, 4011) cases, in pink of condition, per ease PHONEI: Grocery Dept. 591. Wr.ol.jjle Dept, ;27V fee Cream Dept. 127. THE GOOD COMPANY PHONE8! HIGH CLASS OROCEM ICE CREAM PRUIT AND Dept. 1271. WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL CrHm Dept. 6J7. Paint Your House for the Congress Get the bast paint and the best painters. It erwts no more. talk it 'Advice re colors, etc. and estimates'free. I-et HB give you references from. local patrons. Wall Paper, Burlaps, Painters Supplies, etc. WELLINGTON BROS 613-lOth St. South Phone 1472 Have You the Habit Of calling in every for your papers, magazines and' hooks for Sunday Heading. KENNY ALLIN STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPUIE8 ILOCK PHONE 1487 WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 7S 56, Medicine Hat, fair 91 til Swift Current, cloudy S4 fi.t Winnipeg, raining...... tiii 4-1" .01 Saskatoon, cloudy SI' 57 .1-1 64 4ft .03 Calgary, cloudy S2 58 Prince Albert, fair SI 51 Indian Head, cloudy 75 53 .07 Lethbridge, clear ___ 89 .56 Battleford, cloudy .19 Moose Jaw, clear So 55 Port Arthur, In Alberta the weather -lias been fine and warm. In Saskatchewan -mostly fair and moderately warm, with some rain in the north. In lilar itoba, unsettled and cool. Forecast and a Httl warmer, with local showers. Saskatchewan and showers, but mostly fair, with a Mttli lower temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT Macleod's Exhibit Hiacleod Town Council has .set apart ?SOO for an exhibit, at 'the Dry- Farming Congress.. Painting the..Depot Painters have begun the work of renovating the C. P.r R: depot: while workmen are busy changing the por- tion of the tracks. Increase in Clearings Lethbridge bank clearings for the week ending August 22 "totalled ?6T4- S09, as ?a last year. Growing Fast To' show how the fair has Increased in size over last year, the electric light department states, that this .year worth of light, was sold to booth holders' this year as against ?40 last year. Banker, Dead Jas. H. McLean fonueiU in the Merchants BanK at Alediciae Hat and 1 later manager at I educ died at Ed He was a hrother-ih4ftw of H, J. JIadill, well Visit Oor Cut Glass Room L When Seeing the Sights. PHONE S. S. Megantlc Reported The White Star liner "Megantic .is reportgj northeast of Cape K ace-and Is due at Quebec tomorrow, Saturday aad Montreal on Sundij Western passengers will arrne in o-a and Tbmsday n 2S and 29 inst Had .a Fine Display In the descriptions ..'of the exhibits of the local merchants at'the ot" the most attractiver-that of Kirk- ham inadvertently omitted. This booth, lined with mirrors and set off with plants and, was much admired by the crowd. The dfa play of cut 'glass, diunerware. Crown Derby, Copelaud's tree and new open stock, Limogea dinner ware was the object of admiration of the ladies who are fond of fine china; Over thirty of the ;antos on the street yesterday bore, the sign by the Western Auto Co. 'Sold Greme Velya Tlic dam.ti.ebt of Toilet Cre.ims, de- Keeps the skm soft and vehefey Ask for sainule- bottle at our booth m: the Exhibtiou Palace. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexali Store CITY AND DISTRICT CITY AND JDISTKICT Trainmaster's New Job A. C. Harslmw, formerly train mas- ter at Macleod has been appointed superintendent of C. P. R. tcrnilnnls at Calgary. Wesley Choir Rchearsai A full attendance of members is re- quested at the Wesley church choir practice this evening at S .o'clock. Singers'with good voices are cordially invited to join the choir and will be j welcomed at .the church any Friday, evening between 7 and S by the master. Local Corps in the Dark The 'local-officials of the Salvation have not as yet received otlic- iiil intimation of the death of General Booth, their only knowledge being what, has been published in the news- papers. They expect word every day and also expect to receive instructions as to a memorial service. Form .Rural 'Municipality The, result of poll for organization of Argyle rural municipality on the 15th August, was as follows: For 38; j against 27. Argyle municipality, No. 99 comprises Tp. 10, 11 Range J 25; Tp. .10, 11 and 12, Range 26; Tp.j 9, ID, 11, and 12f Range 27; West of 4th. Police Court Five drunks appeared in police court.this morning before H. Bentlcy, J. P. Three of them were dismissed, one got live days in the barracks to Boher up and-the other paid the' costs of the court. Chaa.' Cragsman summoned for allowing dogs to run at arge and his case was adjourned until j 2Gth. J v Dominion Square air, J. F. Hamilton, A.L.S., has a force of men at present staking out the lots in Dominion Square, for Messrs 'Mitfdrd Co.- The plan of ubdivision calls for a splendid boule- eighty feet wide, running dlag- nally through the square from the outhwest corner to the northwest cor- 'fhe experience of other cities' hows that such a boulevard adds ery materially, to the value .of the' property, the lots along the oiilevard; being especially valuable. wlllbe Interesting to note how the xperlment works in this city. rair is Beating all Records (Oontlnued from front page) Gait Gardens tonight owing to the band .being engaged at the fair grounds. Building Permits Building 'permits have be.en taken out. by Mrs. F. Kingston for an ?1SOO residence on 12 lU I at Soulli St. A. S., and on by Kipp Miner Dead The death 'took place in the city yesterday of John Brown, aged 35 years, a miner of who, formerly lived at Royal View and Taber. De- ceased was only 111 for.about two days and his death comes as a great sur- prise to his ft icnds The late Air Brown is survived by his sister. Mrs jVI. B. Roach, of Kipp. The funeral.will take place tomorrow, Saturday after- noon, at four Kettcrlys undertaking parlors to the public ceme- tery, and will be attended Ify repreaen- timves of tbe miners' union. BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, pbont Kcj'.Cfcar Store, .IJ-t Pure, rich, thick dally pints 2 >L tjn irts Kerr For high class French" dry'cleaning phone.47-1, tfie Crowu Clcaiifiis. I7.S-0 H. K.' Browning, piano tinier with! pliont 7'U '00 0 cularly were greeted -with pleasure, t was certainly a parade designed to N, Band Tonight. stock and as class There will be no bind concert on j alter -class passed by the spectators were able, to appreciate a.little difficulties the judges have been ex-[ periencing in selecting tlic winners of; the ribbons. The parade was led by j President Adams and Secretary riding behind a spanking fine, team of-carriage horses and fully one, before the last of the procession was' reached. cattle were hardly less inter-i esting than the horses and the snlen- i did specimens of the bovine race gave.] inkling of the-rapid improvement'' in the class of Kittle to he found on i western farms.. .And while quite a' considerable portion of the stock came from other provinces-mam- of Will go to Strathcona Father Larose, who has been assist- ant to Father Roaenthal. in St. Pat-, rick's church here, will leave on Mon- day Cor, Strathcona, where he will occupy a'professorship in the Roman 'Catholic college there. Big Clareaholm Farmer All I C Milnes or Claresholm, is a Msitoi to (he Fair, aninials will remain, in Soiithern-i and expressed his great pleasure at the line exhibit the farm, classes. Me came in on the afternoon train, reaching the grounds in time to sec the big live stock parade. Alberta. The Herald is informed that quite a number of sales were, and .the fanciest -stallions anA! J bulls ,wiil stay. j There were very few exhibitors out Mi Milncs the crops are excel- at the. Erfiibitlon grounds this after- lent Jiound Uuesholm ind springl noon' and most of tlle exhibitors -vcre cutting his slirtod on b0111ll j taring down their booths preparatory Mason Riscli, Ltd Baths! Baths K, Kaakes Uirhtr Shop of thu farms. He placed Uvcnty-one binders in the field yesterday; He is interested in 8000 acres of grain, wheat, oats arid .barley, hut principiil- 1 to moving their display back to tiio city. ..There "will he no evening per- formance at the grounds this ofen- 6 I ly wheat his tatc (irm, Mr. Millies states that in the real es- C S has nr.igntri- Phone 666 the Mcwngcr ScrUcc for message and baggage delivery Our specinl attention Riven to. out- of-town orders I ho Crown Clean ere. Doilgles I'ark communlcute Mr. I'Vank Durrans Mito Co icent crops around Noble, including iu the [country Lcthbridae. BORN Mr. anrt Mrs. G. E. Noblos. WO'Stli Ave. S., a sou, August 20lh. I. C. R. TRACKMEN STRIKE Halifax, Aug. trackmen of! the I. C. R. are on strike for higher] wages. They arc getting a ami for The railway anth orfties declined agree. A lot-of men to take their places were brought to Halifax today, but on arrival they were met by the strik- ers and were prevailed on to to work. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts Every thing cm wheels .for (lie baby.- .2-Wliee.rsulkies, in "wood and wicker. Avilh side protectors.' Small folding go-carts, just the tiling for Collapsible go-oarls. in rod, greeti and black, best 'Victoria cloth covers to English large and roomy lined with finest Joatlier to Carriages in all designs and prices, from to.......................... HAVE A LOOK AT OUR FAIR EXHIBIT Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Phone 625-3hl Ave. T 1 L D loQis tor Duildmg Trades CARPENTERS, .BBIGKtAYBES P LASTE REKS, E.LEOTEIGIANS 1 The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas STAXLUY, ATKINS, "0. V. B." "KEEX STABRET, P. S. W., GOOD ELL-PRATT AND NORTH BROTHERS The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd- CORNER STH ST. AND 4TH AVE, LETHBRIDQE. Lawn Fence Makes Your Eesideiice Look 50 Per Cent More Valuable WE HAVE TJIE JJEST. 30 in. ISc per foot in. foot ]6 in. Tnllis for per foot Hayr Hardware Company THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas-BeltiJ Leather Belting, Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Penherthy Injectors, and Grease Cups GARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Large Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for .Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B, Turncy Company A Kin inuaeo c' Phones 75S and 175V IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS' Lothbricige. Alta. Ave. f X ;