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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta li A Mttt The DaJlaa Hotel J to tUy WHEN IN LtTHBRIDGC Hotel 11.25 Day Hottl In Alberta KREC BUS TO ALL TRAINS Are You Going Shooting on The 23rd? If so, don't forget that we are headquar- ters for Sporting Goods such GUNS RIFLES AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS WADERS SHOOTING COATS REVOLVERS AND GUN SUNDRIES the party who buys shells at our store 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 a: our store to be counted; a record will be kept till Wednesday the 24th at 6 p.m. and the shells delivered to The TUCKJ- one Thursday morning. Afcntt for ShtrwIn-WHIizms Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 special attention to mail orders KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST This is the store to buy GROCERIES PROVISIONS. TEAS, COFFEES, FRUITS. Our Prices are Lower. Our Qualities are First Class Look at our Ad. in Friday's Herald. That Will Convince You. Now is the Time to place your orders for PRESERVING PEACHES, PLUMS AND PEARS have three cars of fruit and vegetables arriving next QUALITY AND PRICE GUARANTEED Italian Primes will be at their best about September 5th to 10th. PEACHES AND PEARS will 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 DSLIVEDV The Store of Quality GGO. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 NEW- NOEL'S MEATS. FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE, TURKEY. AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Full Line Of- LIME JUICE, GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER HAM, ETC. Craddock Vi iner FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 SCHOOL BOOKS Text Books. Supplementary Eeaders. Exercise. Books. Scribblers. Pens, Pencils, Erasers, Rulers, School -Bags Everything neces- sarv for School Opening on 29th lOIBTSeif'S BflOISTDffi First door west Union Underload Bank rou DONT NTEED A RABBITS FOOT ro brins TQU sood luck if you patronize our dispensing de- partment. We have told you all about pure drugs and -expert dis- pensing. We are still up- holding the high standards chat our business has held for many years. our prescriptions are look- ed upon as precious stones to bp handled scientifically anO with care. Let u-s dispense for BUSINESS LOCALS Pictures change to-night at the Eu- reka. Hurry, hurry. For Labor Day, September 5T 1910. j the Canadian Pacific Railway will au- thorize a rate of fare and one-third for the.round trip. Tickets will be on sale Sept. 2 to 5 inclusive, final return lim- it September 7. 1910. For full partic- ulars apply to nearest Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent. Call i.44, the Leihhridge Messenger Service 'for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 The Barrie Carnages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of I Kedpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 474. 172-0 Some clever boys at the Eureka this week. Don't miss seeing them. ADORE (a-door) A BELLE is what you'll be doing when you fall in love. After the "bans" "adorable" want you to buy" her a house.. USE OUR DOORS TO GO IN AT. They're always good and work per- fectly, being made to fit to perfec- tion. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 LUNCHEON DAINTY, TEMPTING, SATISFYING, 35c at ROCHON'S AFTERNOON TEAS, LiGHT LUNCHES During the Fall and Winter 3ur Cafe equipment will be enlarged. This department will be .made a specialty. Rochon Bros. LOST The time you have wasted in putting on. that trashy hard-ware. You could nave FOUND the REMEDY By looking over o.ur large, well assort- ed stock of PETERBOROUGH LOCK CO.'S GOODS Bring in your plans. We will figure with you. The McKeown Hardware Go., Ltd. Dufferm Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily The Store Phone 1265. SERVICE AND DUTY An ideal combination, and it this that makes for suc- cess. First, duty in prepara- tion for OUT work, duty in the buying of pure drugs, duty as exercised in the compo.unding of every prescription, in fact. itrty in its highest sense is what secures for you your su- perior service at this store, such duty and service pro- phesy that your doctor will receive every good result from our prescription that he expects. tlMDropndBQQkCo. Prescription Specialists 5. BiPLEY, UiMznftCiLLtt Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and -Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. CITY AND DISTRICT j THE WEATHER (Edmonton, fair 40 36 .16 Calgary, cloudy 42 30 JLethbrldge, cloudy 42 32 .10 I Winnipeg, cloudy 64 44 The weather throughout Manitoba I has been cloudy and cool. In Sas- 1katchewan and Alberta weather has j j been showery and quite cold. Light} snow has fallen at some points. FORECAST All I i fair and quite cool, frosts in many j I localities, tonight. Thursday fine, not' change in. temperature. MARKETS WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg, Aug. opened 104 1-S, closed 105; Dec. opened 101 5-8, closed 100 7-S; May opened 105 7-8, closed 105 3-4; cash close 1 -Nor, 107 1-2; 2 Nor. 105 3-4; 3 Nor. 102 1-4: 2 white oats 37 1-2; flax 2.21. i TEXT OF THE I ANNEXATION AGREEMENT FREE TRADE IN CANADA Tokio, Aug. Text of the convention, tinder which Korea, the hermit- kingdom, is-annexed to Japan was communicated at eleven o'clock this morning to the representatives of the powers. The document' which CITY AND DISTRICT _ R- according to now established facts London, Aug.. Secretary of the Free Trade Union, who has just returned from a -tour of Canada states that che movement against the tariffs is gaining force every day. The move- i signed August 22, will be effect- Rev. and Sirs. A. J. Prosser. are re- j ment is in the hands of men who were ire when officially promulgated. This joicing over a wee son, who arrived i trained economists and are able to; _ni last i Point out the real cause for decline fn jwllL occur> to some of the i purchasing power of wages. -j ministers, Aug. 29 or 30, when the j independent existence or the little [kingdom, the struggle for whose cou- trol started .the Russo-Japanese war enin- to wind un fair business London, Aug. will cease. Baroa HIrala, minister enm0 to wind up fair husmess. ;tive for Ca Minnesota j Northamptonshire eight wickets. f rf summoiied Daughters of Maids of England and the Dakotas Oj the samuel Cupl i Lancashire and Derbyshire match was summoiied the o. Louif j abandoned. Surrev heat Kent fty 711 6TOrS OI the Japanese to THE The Dining Parlor that never fails to satisfy .It pleases the appetite, no matter how large, how small, or how peculiar. Prices to suit all purses. European Plan prices to Suit All ENGLISH CRICKET T _ _ j.o._. io.iiu tLiiu children, who Jonn R.I Palmer has onened up law v v iha-ve been spending some weeks in offices m the Hill block. T mj_ Lethhndge, leit yest-erday morning A meeting of the Agricultural So- for their home in kamloop's, B C j cienty directors is to be held this ev- i r, r- Va Olari-e, general represema- I ve for Western Canada, Minnesota, i Northamptonshire eight N. H. MURRAY PROP. meet tonight in the Oddfellows Hall; pies Woodenware Co oi St Christ, tist, will hold a testimonial service at 8 p.m. over the Melt- Hrs. Clifford Allwood, who for. the past three weeks has been under the 'medical supervision in the Gait Hos- Makes Hair Grow. tist or not. Charles S. Thompson, of Charles S. Thompson and Sons, wholesalers of Vancouver, and a brother of Ern- has recovered from the attack of ap- pendicitis and is once at home. The marriage took place on Satur- day last at St. Sugustine's Church, past two days on business. X.' W. Allin, of the Red Cross and Book Co.'s staff, left yesterday for a month's visit in the east. T. Mitchell, of Medicine Hat, is reliev- j ing at the Red Cross store during Mr. A Ilia's absence. For working mea's shoes and shoes for men who never work go to the Royal Shoe store. Crabb street. If those old shoes give you cold'feet j bring them into "Scottie" our re- ipair man. both of Rev. J. E. Murrell-Wright, M.A., was the officiating rector. Gilbert, of the M. Rumelv i Great American Hair Grower, 0. Co. oi Calgary, accompanied by j Messrs. Winn and Leininger, the for- mer from La Porte, Indiana, the lat- ter hailing from Regina, arrived in the city Monday intending to make a tour of Southern Alberta. Mr. Gil- bert was taken suddenly ill vester- The Alberta Dmg- .Book Co. has her j an invigorator that will grow hair 01 money back, time you have hair to care If your hair is getting thin, ally falling out. it .cannot be before the spot appears. The greatest remedy to stop Ihair from falling is SALVIA, long the i his cabinet today and requested them j to publish unauthorized information I regarding the situation in Korea. He j pointed out that -such publication un- {der existing conditions would only j make the task of the Japanese gov- j em ment in carrying out the annesa- j tion more difficult. The newspapers to his wishes and nothing re- the annexation beyond official statements will therefore be publish- ed before the publication oi the prom julgation of the convention. The Jap- ;anese government, which has a large i discovered in England, SALVIA fur so quickly that people are J. F. Hatch, of Great Falls, Mon- for a tew days on business. j View'last- night. The funeral, under tne direction of R. G. Addison, will be held tomorrow afternoon from j Royal View to St. Patrick's Church, I where the service will be conducted and acts amazed. And remember, it destroys the Dand ruff germ, the little pest that the life that sho.uld go to the han from 'the roots. J SALVLA. is sold by The Alberta however, and was ..obliged to re- Drug Book Co. under a positive turn to Calgary. Mr. Winn and Mr. I guarantee to cure Dandruff, stop Fall- Leininger each left yesterday -morning Hair Aching- Scalp in ten days number of representatives already in Korea will be prepared to take over machinery of administration in Kor- ea, without any delay. Consider- able uneasiness is reported at Seoul owing to the circulation of threats of disorder following the annexation. These emanate, according to the view taken here from malcontents who have not received the consideration they think is their due in the IOUr be o! tte futale- on everr tott OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square ieal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's about an anybody can do. When you want a few- boards, or some lath, shingles. sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fall 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. looiber Company, Limited ACADIA ftLOCK North Yard, sn Yard, 421 [by Rev. Father Rosenthal. Burial will be at the Roman Catholic cemetery. SOUVENIR GOODS IN BURNT LEATHER Very pretty and ss. Pipe Racks, Doilies. Photo holders, Shaving Papers, Match Holders, Neck Tie Racks, Hat Pin Holders, etc. Suitable for small presents. Jo tinstone Jacks on Prescription Druggists We have TJie largest And best Assorted Stock of Guns, Rifles, And Ammunition In Southern Alberta. Be A Game Hog. Don't Kill All The Ducks You Can. Don't Shoot The Other Fellow. OI the KorcM "V, nobles and officials, Sporadic out breaks in protest against the absorp- tion of Korea by Japan are antici- pated, but serious rioting or even j widespread objection from the Kor- cans to the annexation are not ex- pected. People who appreciate quality Are the people who are using Are you one of them Phone 794 or ask your grocer and try how good Quaker Bread is. GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. North Ward. Stafford-rfc 'new O. "WRITE US' LINEN GOODS Replace your old table linens with something We have: TABLE .60c up a PLAIN HEMSTITCHED TRAY CLOTHS DAMASK TRAY DRAWN SILK DRAWN BATTENBERG 65c These are all new goods and we would ask you to inspect our stock of Dress (roods as early as possible. new THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD ;