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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TbtDallM Hotel MAM ttay WHIN IN L.CTHSRIDOE e Daily Herald Hotel Windsor J Beit 11.25 Day Hottl In Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS 3 It Pays For Itself Why not have one? All the delightful satisfaction of having; a perfect ranse is within easy reach of every the A MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE will 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" it is only a few years old and can be made to "do" for aXew years more. Every year it wastes enough fuel to pay a large part 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 entirely by the difference in construction. for Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE 0. BOX 670 ftvt special attention to mail orders SCHOOL BOOKS Text .Supplementary. Readers. Exercise Books. Scribblers. Pens, Pencils. Erasers, Eiders. School Bags Everything neces- sary for School Opening: on 29th ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Whitnay Block First door west Union Bant writer Phone 1265. PART OF THE SECRET The secret why we nave such a large volume of pre- scription, business is that ev- ery prescription is here com- pounded of purest drugs of tested strength by graduate pharmacists. All of -which means that your quick recov- ery is assured when your pre- 'scriptions are filled by llberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I. 5. IIPIET, Bgr. IHHB8IBEE Mrs. G'. LeBlanc Ifas left for Que- bec City to visit her parents there for some weeks. Don't Do Today What You Can do Tomorrow. Do It Yesterday Higinbothafli Co., Ltd., did it We secured the Resall line of remedies, and the people of Lethbridge, can be congratu- lated on their good luck. Of this line you.will hear more. They are tie best none-se- crets ever made. When you are shown a pack- age buy it. If you are not satisfied we will return your money. KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST See Our ad. on page 5 The Store of Quality Kerr Co. Fruit, Vegetabltt and Crockery Phone 1453 jVow is the Time to place your orders lor Preserving Peaches, Plums and Pears We received three cars of fruit and vegetables this morning QUALITY AND PRICE GUARANTEED THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 25 PROMPT DELIVERY BUSINESS LOCALS Pictures change tonight at the Eu- reka. Heavy on. the hurry. Call 444, the Letabridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 A special matinee for the children tomorrow at the Eureka by the fam- ous little Inslee Bros, and Fred Plane the comedy entertainers. The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 Big shipment, of Ladies' Gents' and Children's shoes just received at the Royal Shoe Store, Crabb street, op- j posite .Montreal Bank. Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 471. 173-0 Ladies' fine shoes, and fine ladies shoes, at "The Crosby Shoe 114 Round street. Don't forget Home made NEW- NOEL'S MEATS, FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE, HAM, TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Full Line Of LIME JUICE, GRAPEFRUIT, ROOT BEER, ETC, GOOD LUMBER CHEAP! You will lose money if you do not figure your bill with us. We have the largest stock of Lumber and Builders' Supplies in Southern Alberta. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 ments at Holt's, 9lf> Burdett St., Duff Addition. Special sale of waists THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 68 46 Calgary, fair 68 32 gar- j Lethbridge, fair............. 73 53 MARKERS The Store Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door Monday and Tuesday, next, price, each. All one The weather throughout the prairie provinces has-been mostly fine cool, though the temperatiures and have 216-3 f risen somewhat. Lest you forget. This is to re- FORECAST All to- sale at B. Parsons, opposite minster School. West- 216-2 Percy Crosby, at the Crosby Shoe store, is sole agent for the -20th Cen- tury shoe, than which there is no i better made in Canada. Any of these shoes not giving entire satisfaction j after a month's wear, will be bought at the price paid. CITY AND DISTRICT J. N. Brooks, C.P.R. claims agent CIIY AM) DISTC1GT J. C. Brown has been appointed a weed inspector for the district ad-: jacent to Lethbridge and Coaldale. The committees in connection with j the Laurier reception meet tonight in i n TT v i TO IT j u at Calgarv, is in the city today. Senator Be Veber s office, Macdonald j J J Block. WJC. Ives returned last night from The west bound local yesterday af- j Minn. ternoon was- three hours and forty- The Imperial Development Co., of five minutes late, owing to the de- I this report the sale of another railment near Coleridge of two coal half-section of land east of Warner cars and a caboose. i in. 5-13. Fred C. Lowes, of Calgary, came G. A. Milne, European ouyer for down from that place yesterday on! the Hudson's Bay Co., who has fceen business in connection with his firm's in the city for a few days, left for branch here. He returned this after- the east yesterday afternoon. W. Schofield has been transferred W. J. Johnston, who has been act- j from the Union Bank branch in this ing cashier in the Dominion Express city to that of Frank. He assumes warmer. mind you that The Crosby Shoe store day and on Saturday and somewhat is a good place to go away satisfied. Children's, Women's and Boys' shoes' at excellent value for your money on in CITY AND DISTRICT J. E. Lussier left for his home Medicine Hat yesterday, where he will be the remainder of this week. Miss Irma and Marjorie Horner, who have been visiting Miss Agnes Dowsett for the past six weeks, re- Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, 103 3-S, closed 103 1-4; Dec. 101 3-8, closed 101 1-4, May closed 106; cash close 1 Nor. 1M, 2 Nor. 108 1-4; 3 Nor. 102 3-4; 2 wait-5 oats JT 1-8; flax 2.20. Wai! Street New York. more cheer- ful sentiment peiva4ed speculative circles today, tho fcjinre nf frost scare to materialize, vas respon sible for the heavy selling yesterday left the bears in a plight and they above yesterday's fln.-il figures. Cations on the who e were Professional. At noun prices were in Co.'s offices here for some time, has been appointed agent at Kelowna, B. C., and has left for that place. P. McMurphy, rcanager o! the South Alberta Lumber Co., was at jMagrath yesterday. The good crops that his new duties tomorrow, having left last evening for that purpose. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. M. Smith, Hong Kong, China, arrived in city last night from Banff, and of -the left this morning over the A.-R." I. to take in the Yellowstone Park. The marriage at St. Au- j are making business brisk at branch of the company's yards. G. M. Proud, manager of the Union gustine's church on Aug. 2othf of Bank at Cardston, and Al. Meese. the JFwichard Percival Winters, of Leth- ;uide and outfitter of the bridge, to Jennie Belle Osieck, of last Great Falls, Montana. Rev. J. E. well known same place, came into the city night in the former's auto, and OUR BEST RECORD OUT 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 shotv- you the advantage in buy- fng'here, then don't buy from US. Rogers-Cunninijlisfn lumber Company, Limited ACADIA BLOCK North 621 Yartf, 4tt re-j Murrell-Wright, M.A., was the officl- turned this morning. jating clergyman. The newly married A. H. Irwin, for a year arid a half j couple will reside at Lethbridge. Dominion Express Co. agent here, is leaving.shortly and moving to B. C. He has taken two months' leave of absence to go upon his fruit ranch on the Arrow Lakes. P. A. Dunn, ot Nelson, B. C., is being transferred to I Lethbridge. turned to their home in WetasMwin {covered heavily, at levels materially yesterday. Mrs. N. Dowsett and Mrs. Thos. Clark, accompanied by the latter's two children, left' on lastjsome cases one-half rlu- to spend a few: weeks among the mountains. Wm. Nicholson, B.A., dealer in coal lands in the western provinces, left the beginning of the week on a six weeks' trip to Montreal and other points in the-, east. At the police court this morning Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Feffner, of Contt3 street, appeared to answer the charge of using grossly insulting lan- guage to Mrs. Fannie Muscovitch, their' neighbor. A week or twa ago Mrs. Muskovitch's' husband was bound over by Inspector West in his own recognizances to keep the peace. This morning, after hearing what all part- and Mrs. Feffner as. well as Mrs. Muskovitch, over to keep the peace, j, John J. Cameron appeared on behalf bonds were steady, Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg, Aug. car- loads of live stock were offered at the stock yards for sale this morning. Vhe market was strong and active, good prices were paid for all classes of stuff Choice butchers' steers sold as as ?5.00, while many went for and good ibutcher' cows at In-, i'erior bunches sold as low as ?3.25. -Prices for calves and sheep remain steady at yesterday's and hogs were again commanding per cwt. ?8.50 TAG ON DEAD COYOTE of the Feffner's and argued'-to have the case dismissed on the ground that The problem of the tag brought into the Herald office, and which was found on a coyote killed toy a dogT has -been if any language was used it was not i solved by IV. Scott of this city, in a public place as required by the by-law under which was laid. The cub. accompanied by its moth- the information er. was seen by him in June last year, in a field af Magrath. The former took to a hole from which it was -dug out and captured. Mr. Scott took it nome of LABOR UNION NOTES D. Meikle, president of the Hod-! carriers' Union, was on Tuesday night !as a pet The sme11 of the anima1' at a mass meeting of affiliated trades, i iov7ever' 'his cook, elected business agent of the Build- !ft was 'set at liberty> with collar and SOUVENIR GOODS IX BURNT LEATHER Very pretty and es, Pipe Racks, Doilies, Photo FTolders, Shaving Papers. Match Holders, Xeck Tie Racks, Hat Pin Holders, etc. Suitable for small presents. Jackson Prescription Draggfets Sooda We have a Large Assortment Of Brass Fenders, Coal Hods, Fire Sets, That Are Finished In brush brass Ami in the Bright. Also A large assortment Of Large Cuspidorcs For" Office and Chib i Stafford-Agnew Co. ing Trades Council in the place of T. Hearon. resigned. There was keen competition for the .position., but -Mr. 1 Jlelkle easily distanced all candidates. I Symonds has been nominated by i the Lethbridge 'Electricians in compe- j'tition with one nominee from Calgary j and one from Edmonton as the dele- gate from the Alberta Electricians to j the Dominion Trades Congress to be held at Fort 'William and Port Arthur next week. W. Trotter, organizer for the Do- minion Trades Congress and well j known as -that body's representative j j in Great Britain for a length, of time, has been in the city this week. He took occasion to address the Miners, Electricians and- Building Trades Council at their different meetings, upon the advisability of sending dele- gates 'to the annual meeting of the Congress. tag bearing name of place and date, incidentally this tag lends proof to the theory that wild animals seldom roam far from the spot where they were born and reared. Craddock Of Vi 'UILCING FAMILY GROCERS ner PHONE 515 Cafe Department A Specialty Extensive line of POTTIES, PASTRY AND DELICACIES Served Promptly. We stand for quality. Rochon Bros. LOST The lime you have wasted in putting on that trashy hardware: You could have FOUND the REMEDY By looking over o.ur large, veil assort- ed stock of PETERBOROUGH LOCK GOODS Bring in your plans. We will figure- with you. The McKeown Hardware Ltd. Dufferin Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily All Tastes, Appetites, and Purses are Satisfied at the Tke City's Popular Dinini Parl or Now under personal supervision of the proprietor N. H. MURRAY Ask Your Grocer f or Or phone 794 and try its goodness V; GILMORE, THE BAKER Sussell Street. X-Orth Ward. WANT JOBS AS INSPECTORS Ottawa, Aug. department of marine and fisheries is receiving many applications tor position as federal fisheries inspectors in Ontar- io. The newly appointed fisheries commission for Saskatchewan and Al- berta, of which. Prof. Prince is chair- man, will start its sitting at Rcgina on Sept- 7th. YOU WISH TO EE STYLISH WEAR A HAWS HAT We have just placed k large shipment of these hats-In stock and can suit any taste. Prices A CLUETT SHIRT would also add to your appearance. We have just opened up a large consignment of ihese also. They are made right and fit right. They range in price from............................ .50 to THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ;