Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
-J- -f- ii ft FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Beit a Day Hottl In Alberta thbridge Daily Herald bf. 4. 4. .f. .f. WHEN IN The Dallas Hotel 4. U and Mwt Convtrv 4. l.nt 18.104.22.168.4.4. SUCCESSFUL HUNTERS BUY That's why they are successful. The supplies we sell are the very highet quality and the very newest in the lines. AVc arc leaders in everything good in Sporting Goods We sell at moderate prices and we want your trade. SHOT .single or double barrel styles, pump guns, and repeaters; a stvlo to suit every hunter. to LOADED SHELLS With just the right load for light or heavy guns. Every good i make. YOU NEED we have the very .best to sell you. Scotch makes. which keep you dry all day long. Our prices are low. HUNTING to fit big or small men, and of quality to suit. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. AGENTS FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT P. O. Box Wo Special Attention to Mall Orders CLEARANCE SALE HVMMOCKS, BASEBALL GOODS AND TKNN1SSETS. These must-be sold before September 1st. Come early. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EP'RE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs anil the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner'o' their The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will be com- pounded right. Bring all your prescriptions bcrs to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. ____.A. ..B., RJPLEY, PHONE 772 Who Fills Your Prescriptions? You will do well to let us fill your pre- scriptions. Every chemical in our Pre: scription Department represents the highest known quality. Every prescript ion is put up by thoroughly qualified registered graduate pharmacists. JACKSON COPE EXCELLENT LAGER AND Big Reduction in Preserving Plums, Pears and Apples FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. 60 CASES RED PRESERVING extra; fine shape: price per 75 CASES BARTLETT fine for preserving; price por largo caso ..................13.25 40 BOXES 20 Ib. boxes; good for eatlnR or cooking; prlco per All the above goods are exceptionally value but as we aro receiving another car thla week we want to make room. Reserve your orders for PRESERVING PEACHES. Wo will have a car of extra quality at the low- est market nrlce. Watch tnis space for particulars. our display of Vlncland Goods at the Inhibition. MAIN a T O R E ROUND ST. 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT ANO CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL OUFFCRIN PHONE CITY AND'DISTRICT A special meeting; ol the public school board is called for Friday ev- ening to open the tenders ior the lUxrdieville school. One drunk, who had been coimmt- tins some misdemeanors at the F.x- hibition grounds, appeared before In- spector West nt the Mounted Police barracks today and was fined ar.d costs. _ Mike Radtke. who came up for trial on Aug. 22nd, in the District Court before His Honor .Hulge Xocl, was sentenced to one mon'h's imprison- ment in the guard room for escape from custody. He is now serving the sentence. j The Herald representative as he J pursues his rounds in the city is these days hearing so much that is j favorable comment upon l.ethbridge i and surrounding district of Southern j Alberta. The Fair visitors have sj great deal to say of Southern Al-j berta as well as of the success ot its present big exhibition. "Your district certainly looks good to mo said one fcirmer from near Vortagc, Wisconsin, "and I think the future of this city is assured." Numerous oth- er expressions ot a similar nature arc heard on al! sides. Hundreds of people were thronging uround the Fernie and l.ethbridge bands these musical companies played for public enterlainmentkupon j !nih St.. this morning. Each band is '.composed ot about twenty-five mem- bers and under competent leadership is giving to the music-loving public hose days, soir.v rare treats.' If the i-hiss of music put forth by them this morning is any rait criterion of what they ran do when under competition, Exhibition visitors will this evening hear during the bnnd contest, some fine renditions of the lat- st brass band Fair Week Bargains Dainty Japanese Cups ami Saucers Different patterns and shapes all going A CUP AND SAUCER You know the kind OUR SPECIAL. THEY GO FAST. 15c ENTHUSIASM AT GOLDEN FOR KING (Continued from front for argument when they resort- ed to it. The audience plainly show- ed however that they took no stock in it whatever, altogether moot- ing showed that Golden is strong for reciprocity. King at Field Field, n. C., Aug. meeting held here tonight by Dr. King, Lib- rral candidate for nml Mr. I M. A. MacDonald. of Cranbrook, who SEE OUR WINDOWS KJRKHAM BROS 315. Sixth Si Phqrzc BUSINESS LOCALS Call 665, the Lcthbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- eace delivery. Office 327 Rouad St. 6 210-0 II. E. Browning, expert pitir.o. tun- ng with JVison Risch Piano Co., photic 791. Phone 733 for general draying. Good service. Alberta Cartage Co. 209-23 All members of Lcthbridge Lodge No. 2 Knights of Pythias, are re- quested to attend the annual church parade to St. Cyprian's church, Sun- lay evening, August 27th. The mem- Exhibition Visitors Don't fail to take home a few cakes of HARMONY is supporting him, was one of the best and enthusiastic meetings held so far by Dr. King. The hall was packed the doors and the speeches o[ both speakers provoked enthusi- asm. It was quite apparent that the people of Field are strongly in favor of reciprocity. Mr. MacDon- ald's argument on the effect of the agreement in reducing the cost of.liv-j ing in this community where the Pf pie imported everything they con-1 sume was received with absolute ap- proval by the large audience. At the j close of the meeting the .audience cheered as one man. first for the; king, then Dr. King, then Mr..Mac-1 Donald, and lastly reciprocity. They afterwards enthusiastically to the of the national anthem j as a reply to the., suggestion of disloyalty by the Conservative party. ROSE SOAP. This Is the' halt pound box of pure, clear for, or 6 for The Store J. 0, Higintattii Family and" Dispensing. Chemists NMght Day No. 322 Night Belt on Front Door bers will meet af Castle St., south, at 6.45 p.m. and any vis- itors in the city will be cordially welcome to attend. -L Oco. liar- CITY AND DISTRICT G. A. Ferguson, oh Peterboro, Ont., is an interested visitor at the fair. C. F. Starr, of Carlstadt is spend- POLITICAL NOMINATIONS Toronto Candidates r> Toronto; Aug. polling day less-than a month distant only'onoi LlOeral candidate has been nominat- ed so far In the five Toronto ridings, he being Controller J. J. Ward, in south Toronto. The dates chosen ior the conventions in other rldtnes as follows: North Toronto, Auc. 24; West and Centre Toronto, 'Aug. US: East Toronto, 30. .Montreal, Aug. Rellemar notary, was today nominated the can- didate for Mnskinongee county at. a1 attended Conservative conven- tion. B. C. List Complete Nanalrao, Aug. H. Shepherd was unanimously chosen by Xanaimo ironaervatives tonight to oppose Mr. Kalph Smith. The convention was at Duncan, B. C., and no other was submitted. This completes ing ia the city.. F. K. Fairbanks, "of the Warner Re- cord, is attending' the fair. Dr. Tullcr has changed his residence per. C.C., A.-M. Ritchie, K. of H. .no Coutts St.. to corner Bur- the list of candidates in all seven n. U. constituencies. .Montreal, Aug. Aseeliiv tonight received the Conservative nomination In St. Jaraes to oppose Aid. L. A. Lapolnte, who was day chosen as candidate by the Lib- eral convention. Krockvllle, Ont.. AUK. Lib- erals of Leeds In convention today at S. Visitors at the Fair should not and London Road. The Liberal committee rooms in the Oliver Block; Fifth St., next to the Dallas Hotel. Phone 1H7. Bd. Uobbins, of Calgary, spent yes- tcrdav in the city attending the fair foil to see the exceedingly dainty ap- pearance of the fine exhibit of the Manitoba Gypsum Co., on Plaister Board Lath. Those interested in home building and all kinds of archi- tecture shoi'lf: specially note ibis booth, the structure is plastered en- tirely on Umpire Plaister board lath, a lath which is ftre-proof, wind- proof, warm and sound-proof. The of this model apartment is in white, with an enriched ornate cor- j pnsoners under Mounted Police and looking up some old Ontario friends. Provincial Detective N'icholson, who is also License Inspector for the southern part of this province, is a visitor from Calgary at the Exhibi- tion. nice in a chaste design, the. centre- Slirveillance, were yesterday brought piecc beina; of a maple-leaf clabora- from Fort Saskatchewan, and takea AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS AUTO SUPPLIES Auto Oils. Lubricating Oil. Casings. Tires. Patches. Tubes. Vulcanizing Outfits. Pumps. The bnck-wall is blocked on lo tne provincial gaol, where they F-mnire finish imitation tiles, with >will sprvc their respective terms. cap and base-moulding in the samel Among the list of names of 'Qalgary material. The side-walls show to lhe i.cthbridge Exhibition 'several processes of the coating apju.ars that of H. Gilchrist. barris- first bare lath, then wood fibre, fin- j u.r> wno js spending a few'days with ally F-mpire sand finish. In the right U- n McClelland. selected Cross of oppose George Taylor In tha Do- minion Ouebec, Aug. Liberal con vontion at Jeune Lorette today corn- mated J. B. Caouette. Liberals Gllbtrt Montreal. AUK. nopi inatlon of unusual Interest took plr.co tnts afternoon, when the Liberals o imimmond-Artbabafica chose tholr candidate. Despite the fact that A oilnert had been a fiupporter of the naval is election, straight Liberal convention was held at Falls, when Mr ohosen to oppose Mr. Gilbert, who I jurain In the field, this time an opposition candidate. government outside of sue since his famous Our Men's Wear Section .In- vites You j- Here you may see what Is newest -and smartest for Fall. Complete mocks, full assort- ments, moderate prices, make our Men's Store a splendid place to come for your Fall out- fit. Tho well known FASHION CRAFT CLOTHING One of the fow lines of clothing, having the, patent "Rartell" making it absolutely impossible to lose shape. Navy bluo serge, in single and' double breasted styles; brown and grey worsteds; tweeds, etc. II ATS We're showing a splendid range of hats during Exhibition Week. In soft bats, the Telescope style, and Crush hats, being very popular. In stiff hats many new shapes in different makes, among them. THE HAWES VON GAL Was li i ng Machines must go 20 toff For three only. Come early and get your "choice." 0: ARTHUR' HAYR Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 Try ROCHON'S i for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 25c 3Sc 4Oc 5Oc Quaker Bread You will remember the quality when you have-forgotten the price Phone 1027 GILMORE THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH MINISTERS TO ATTEND Quebec. Aug. Hon. J. E. Caron, minister of agriculture for this pro- the jvince. has accepted an Invitation to is shown the Kmpirfc smooth trowel I Corrrction Under the cut of finish. The exterior of the booth is inhibition buildings published yestcr- ;attend the sessions of the lalerna- nraily blocked to represent stonv. ,lnv it was that the plans Dry Farming Congress at Col- Thr materials for this process are wc'rc Anvn hv F. R. Nobles. That week of October 10 and has been assigned a place on the was hardly correct as Mr. Nobles __________ ____ _ __ ,_ supplied ronily for application and Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd O. BOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. S. lo PHONE 5S1 may by any practical plas- (he main buililini? only. The terer. They arc for sale at the I'io- igrandsJnnd were planned regular program, lie Is the third provincial minister of agriculture ,0........... ables were planned who la jo attend the Con- ncer Lumber Yards. Rogers-running- j 'Architect V. K. Carver. cresa, lion.'Duncan Marshall of Al- ham Lumher Co., Farmers' Lumber i nerta, and Hon. K. R. Mothorwell of Co., Citizens' Lumber Co., Riverside' being active officers of Lumber Co., Becker A Yatcs, and the A'Winnipeg woman gave her child jtne. society. Minister Marshall offers Slacey Lumber Co. Full 'information carlblic acid in'place of sweet oil. ,a 1100 trophy cup for the best pen be hud from the company's rep- to save the child, fruit- ral exhibit Icounty. by state, province or Famous 'Minerva' Paints 'Made by Pinchin Johnson Co. in England 834 N.CAV prepared at their factory in Toronto, Contain absolutely the highest grade in- gredients possible to secure. Full line for ajl requirements. House Finishes, Enamels, Floor Paints, Shingle Stains, Barn and Factory Paints. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVE., LETH BRIDGE.