Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
It Pays For Itself Why not have one? All the delightful satisfaction of having a perfect range is within easy reach of every the MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE effect a sufficient saving of fuel to actually pay its own cost in a short time. There's no economy in continuing to use a "grey iron and steel" range.'though it is only a few years old and can be made to "do" tor a few years more. Every year it wastes enough fuel to pay a large pan- of a Mon- arch s cost. The great difference between the fuel requirements of the Mon- arch and ordinary steel ranges is to be accounted for eati'-elv hv the difference in construction. far ShcrwIn-WMHama Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE Q. BOX 670 special attention to mail orders KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST SCHOOL BOOKS Text Books, Supplementary Headers. Exercise Books. 'Scribblers. Pens. Pencils, Erasers. Bulers, School Bags Everything neces- sary for School Opening on 29th noun's BOOKSTORE Ntw First door -west Union Bank Aftnti Umjtrwotrf writvr Phone 1265. WE AEE PLEASED TO SAY he store to GROCERIES PROVISIONS, TEAS, COFFEES, FRUITS. O.ur Prices are Lower. Our Qualiiies are First Class Look at our Ad. in Friday's Herald. Thac Will Convince You. The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 1453 Now is the Time to place your orders for Preserving Peaches, Plums and Pears AVe received three cars of fruit and vegetables this morning1 QUALITY AND PRICE GUARANTEED THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 25 PROMPT DELIVEPY NEW- NOEL'S MEATS, FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE. TURKEY AND TONGUE, ETC. Also A, Pull Line Of HAM. LIMB JUICE, GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER, ETC. Craddock Vi iner FAMSLY GROCERS PHONE 515 EASTMAN KODAK GOODS has just arrived. New Solio. Velox Paper, Films, that will give you correct results. If you want the most reli- able Kodak accessories, see our stock. Buy our goods. BUSINESS LOCALS Vaudeville changes tonight at the Eureka. Call 444, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- sage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstonn sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. 474. 172-0 Don't forget Home made gar- j meats at Holt's, 93T Burdett St., j Dug Addition. Special sale of. waists j Monday and Tuesday, nest. All one i price, each. 216-3 Children's, Women's and Boys' shoes fat excellent value for your money on 'sale at E. Parsons, opposite West- minster School. 216-2 CITY AND DISTRICT The DUTY AD ideal combination, and it If ihis 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 compounding of every prescription, in fact.. iuty.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 receive every good result from our prescription that he expects. JibBftaBropndSGokCG, Prescription Specialists i. B. I1PLEY, IETH8RI0BE A. J. Irving returned vest from Magrath, but left again business to Bow Island. J.D. HipbotiiamfiCo.ltil Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door GOOD LUMBER CHEAP! You will lose money if you do not figure your bill with us. We have the largest stock of Lumber and Builders7 Supplies in Southern Alberta. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 PEOPLE who want a DAINTY, TEMPTING LUNCH patronize ROCHON'S Light limch Cafe. What get and the way you get it is an appetizer. Rochon Bros. LOST The time you have wasted in putting on that trashy hardware. You could have FOUND the REMEDY By looking over o.ur large, well assort- ed stock of PETERBOROUGH LOCK GOODS We will figure Bring in your plans, with you. The McKeown Hardware Co., Ltd. Dwfferin Rotmd Streets We Ship out of Town Daily CITY AND DISTJHCT Hot-son and Leader started work today- on the erection of wash houses at No. 6' shaft. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Whitnev have gone east recently on an extended'trip to Toronto, Kingston, Montreal, ]SFew perature. j York, etc. It is. upwards of twenty I years since Mr. Whitney has -been east. I Some of the building stone has been placed on the concrete foundation of Y.M.C.A., and the large steel beams are being hoisted into posi- tion. THE WEATHER Calgary, clear 62 34 Lethbridge, fair 58 36 The weather generally throughout the Prairie Provinces has been fair and quite cool. A few light showers have occurred in Eastern Saskatche- wan. All West-Fine to- day and on Friday, with rising tern- MARKETS Laurier day committees will meet again- tomorrow evening, Friday, in CITY AND DISTRICT Sergt. Wade, of the RJST.W.M.P.. left on the flyer this morning to bring back Jas. A. Gallagher, the loads at lower, much -wanted .Grassy Lake man, who was recently arrested at Spokane. WINNIPEG LIVE STOCK MARKET Winnipeg, Aug. today included 1094 cattle, 9 calves 229 hogs, 208 sheep. Receipts were again heavy, several car loads of Western stock in but the quality were inferior to what has been pre- viously received. Taken on .the whole market was firm. The highest Price paid being for a large bunch. Good butchers cows sold at ?3.75; mixed at ?3.15 and some poor Demand .for calves fair, .those -on the market selling from ?3.50 to ?4.25. .Sheep were Geo. W. Green and John Taylor, managers of the Ellison and Taylor steady. Hogs were scarce and prices, on account of the keenness, remained The brickwork has been commenced j Senator De Veber's offices; Macdonald upon ihe G-urney Metal Company's block, and report to the general com- block, Ford street, east. jmittee. Mrs. W. Hutton and family left on' attend. All members requested Mills respectively, are in Calgary" to- j at ?S.50 per -cwt. off cars Win- yesterday's local to spend some days !'in Claresholm. Miss M. Simpson leit yesterday af- ternoon for a week's visit with friends in Monarch. J- G. Robertson left yesterday af- ternoon on a business trip to eastern cities. Rev. Wm. Shearer will (D V mn_ duct New Da mond, G. E. Hotson, of Hotson and Leaa- er, contractors, who has been con- fined to his room for the past few weeks by an attack of appendicitis, is able to be at his office again. Those who have read Victor Hu- go's famous French novel "Jean Val- jean' to day attending the annual meeting of i the Western Millers' Club, which is in session at that city. About; September 1, the Garbutt! Business College will open a music i I WESTMINSTER'S OFFICIAL BOARD department in conn ection with the Board met even- 7" n S- yuarteriy n Monday school here. Miss Mary McGregor, Of i inS at S o'clock. Very gratifying and ehe Toronto Conservatory of Music, satisfactory reports were "received will arrive in the city nerfc week to j from the various departments of the take charge. church. Mr. G. Heighes was elected Messrs. Dave Cyr and George Tal- 'delegate to the financial district meet- readily appreciate the lee- toot, of BowvUle, today brought in a ing to be held in Wesley church, Sept. oriVO-n Tn 1 _ i t_ oi sixty beau of beer cattle and I More an AH Tastes, Appetites, Purses are Satisfied at tke The City's Popular Dining Parlor Now under personal supervision of the proprietor N. H. MURRAY for t0 be- A sale of ice cream parlor ;kis fee. _______Qw _ w.uicu. iit uc- fetures, confectionery and stationery! ing able to hear him is re- Place on! turning east from the coast, where .Tuesday nest, Aug. -30th. on thepre- mises 01 S. 0. Cook, Donnan block, Ford street. people of delivered them to Messrs. Piche and I ordered to be purchased, and a sufficient i Miron to whom they have sold them, i railing across the front of the J. Bdey, of L. S. Ripiey Co., re- cnurch platform will be forthwith in- turned this morning from a business I stalled- Arthur E. Jarvis was ap- trip through the mountains as far as Ported to assist the collecting of sub- Nelson, B.C., in the interests of the j scriPtions for the building fund. Es- Redcliffe townsite. He established timates were made for the present j ence at Victoria. Mrs. AIra Kelsey, who has been vis- Eunice Taylor, the 3-year-old I U1BS for The month at the homes ter of Gilbert and .Airs Springs, died at f daughter, J. B. Kelsey iui uex uome at morning, and will be bur- South Dakota, to cake up her dSfes in ied irom the Salvation Army Hall' State Xormal School at opening of at 2.30 p.m. on Friday. Friends kind While in tbe sae, iy accept this invitation made f of H F T T, real estate. Mrs. -L. Lamb and J. B. Prosser, i is much impressed with this representatives of Marshall, Sons i city, and expects to return summer, possibly, after disposing in the states, to invest in Co., Ltd., Gainsborough, England, OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square 2eal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for TOUR pat- ronage. "We'll give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. When you want a few- boards, or some lath, shingles sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we get our prices. If we can't show you tlie advantage ia buy- Ing here, then don't buy from being a large number of the latter in use in West-! era Canada, have been in the city for several days in the interests of their firm, for whom the Western Canada Agency, Ltd., are agents. They left this afternoon. year and all accounts ordered paid. V. Butler, formerly of London, Tne system of financing' the af- England, holding a senior certificate; fairs the church by means of one from Trinity College London, has general fund, instead of the present commenced giving lessons in piano- j complex system now in vogue, was forte, singing, and the theory of mu- I discussed, but the matter was laid >ov- sic. His studio is at his for further discussion at next meet- 633 Cutbill street. ing. The board was well represent- C. S. Morse, travelling freight ed by local members, while S. Me- at of C.P.R., with offices here, j of White's school house district Jett this afternoon on a trip to j represented that- church. Pincher Creek and thence to Cal- _______________ gary. He was accompanied to Pinch- David .Ranken, jun, millionaire er Creek by his cousin, F. H. Peters, philanthropist and founder of wno is in charge of the hydrographic School of Mechanical Trades survey being made in the Milk River SOUVENIR GOODS TXT -OUJKiM LEATHER Very pretty and ss. Pipe Racks, Doilies, Photo Holders, Shaving Papers, Oooctj district by the Dominion government. Th Lethbridge ball team returned j home this afternoon to finish the sea- json here. The Saskatoon team who jare playing here tonight for the first j time in Lethbridge, have also arrived. The game will commence at 6 o'clock sharp. St Louis, which bears Ms name, is tlead in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Mr. -Kauken endowed the trades school all his fortune, saving only a. month for himself. CLEAN, WHOLESOME BREAD Pure and Sweet That's Phone 794 or ask your grocer and prove it GILMORE, THE BAKER Russell Street. North Ward. lumber Company, limited ACADiA HLOCK North Phont US Racks, Hat Pin Holders, etc. Suitable for small presents. Prescription -Jfv We have a Large Assortment Of Brass Fenders. Coal Hods. Fire Sets. That Are Finished In brush brass And in the Bright. Also A large assortment Of Large Cuspidores For Office and Club Stafford-Agnew Co. I NEW STEAM SHOVEL j IS AT WORK j The powerful steam shovel purchas- fed by the city for sewer and water- j works construction work was this -morning over under its own power 10 London Road where it will be started at once on sewer trenches It is a powerful looking tool, manu- factured by the Bucyrus people of j South Milwaukee and purchased by (the city from Mussens, Ltd., Montreal, jthe Canadian .-_ v xt, i0 iaiea a 30 r.on machine, but with its self pro- pelling gear weighs Ibs. or 45 tons. It will take out dirt to a depth of 20 feet and so will do all the work for the city for several years at least j except a portion of the North Leth- bridge sewer outlet which goes down to 30 feet. It was brought from the factory on railway wheels which have been sub- stituted here by heavy traction wheels. IF YOU WISH TO BE STYLISH WEAK A HAWS HAT We have just placed a large shipment of these hats in stock and can suit any taste. Prices from..................................CJ flfl A CLUETT SHIRT would also add to your appearance. We have just opened up a large consignment of these also. They are made right and fit right. They range in price THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD.