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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald, Friday, August A Hardware Sale That Leads the Opposition The great majority of the people are in Opposition to Regular Prices. Thats just why after the greatest six weeks of Hardware selling in Lethbridge, there's no abatement to the and late at GRAY'S CLOSING-OUT SALE Here's a list that ought to start the feverish principle in some sluggish livers and make the dollars active in the store for a few days 'at least. Here's What 5c willbuy-fl Nickle's Enough Lampburners. Egg Beaters. Strainers. Butter Boilers, Vegetable Dishes, Side Dislies. Pie Dish Washeirs. Cups. Saucers. Lamp Chimneys. Stove 7 pack- ages of tacks, oilers. Better buy your stove before the Sip comes down Here's the purchasing power of lOc Here Pipe lengths 6 in. and 7 in., plates, dust goggles. Enamel Pie Plates. Soup Bowls, Knives, Forks, a Ib. of Rope, a pound of Bolts. Dust Pans, Fire Shovels, Tea Pots. Drinking Can- teens. Paint Brushes. Cuspidors. Copper Oilers. Dampers and Brushes. Brackets and Gall Silver Polish, Knife Cleaners. Not Much Longer Will These Prices Remain Stoves that are left are Cheap Bargains for the thrifty-economical inclined. Read these prices and note the savings. See our Cooking Range at our Laundry Stoves at STOVE SURPRISES PRICE SURPRISES >0 Malleable Iron Tor 22 In. Oven Steel Range. warmer, reservoir and water front. Worth for The Settler Small hole top. Worth Now Coal Oil 1 Burner ...............5Qs 2 Burners ....................95s %ff" "WW1 3 Burners Record tile back, mirrored With Without ..................S4CLOQ Waterfront, extra SOUVENIR RANGES for kinds. f01" WO-00 kinds. for qualities. for ranges. AT FOUNDRY PRICES DOUBLE SURPRISE ON STOVES Winner cooker; good oven; everywhere 10.85 The the trade over. This Findlay Stoves. Perfection to seH for Our price The prices surely count. Pony Waggons- No. 1? No. 2, No. 3r 10 Guns And Rifles Left. buys Giins buys Mauser Rifles Get your Your Cartridges Unbeatable Churns. 20c a gallon. Machine, worth HUNDREDS OF GALLONS OF PAINT, OILS AND VARNISHES AT PRICES YOU CAN'T shades in Elephant Paints, per gal- BERRY'S VARNISHES, elastic oak, at a gallon: MEDIUM HARD OIL FINISH at a gallon: LIQUID GRANITE VARNISH at a gallon; LUXBERRY VARNISH wood finish at a gallon; EXTERIOR VARNISH, a gallon. These are the quotations on 5 gallon, tins, smaller quantities at a slight increase of cost. All paints and varnishes profit stripped. Empire Cream Separators, Worth HALF PRICE LIST Bench Axes. Lamps. Bath Fixtures. Coffee Tins. Flour Tins. Lanterns. Hammer Handles Shelf Razors. Enamel .lars. Blacksmiths' Forges and Cost Price. Carpenters' off. Buy now. Hurry up for tne Bargains yoif II be late. GRANITE TEAKETTLES 65 cents THE EVELY SALES GO. AND C W. GRAY NICKEL COPPER TEA KETTLES For LETHBRIDGE'S FIRST NEWSPAPER Removal of the News to a New Office Re- calls Its Long and Varied History One of the Early Papers of the West The Lethb'ridge News has this week moved from the frame building in the frame building in the rear of the Stafford Block, Round street, which it has occupied ever since the paper was founded in the year 1885. into a handsome brick block built by E. Hagell, on Burdett street, oppo- site Knox church. The News when started in 1885, was the fifth paper to be published in the Northwest territories, those pre- ceding it being the Battleford Herald, founded by P. G-. Laurie, the Edmon- ton Bulletin, by Hon. Frank Oliver, Calgary Herald by Win. Bradin, and the now defunct Macleod Gazette, published by C. E. D. Wood, a bar- rister now residing in Regina. E. T. Saunders and C. E. D. Wood, who had .published the Macleod Ga- zette, founded the" Lethbridge News, being presented gratis .by the town, with the two lots on which at pres- ent stand the Stafford Block, as an inducement to start a weekly sheet. The frame building occupied by the News until the present week, was erected, a printing.; press and type shipped in via the Missouri River- Fort Benton route, being "freighted" across country from the last place to Lethbridge, and publication was com- menced during the month of Novem- ber, a public dance being held in the office to celebrate the event. The pa- per has gone through many vicissi- tudes since that time, coinciding "with the-vicissitudes .of the early history of the town. In the fall of 1890, at the time of the building of the Al- berta Railway and Navigation Co.'s road to Great Falls, the News com- menced publishing semi-weekly with J. A. Macdonaid, now of the Cal- gary Albertaa, as editor, but with a slackening off in "times" it reverted again to a weekly. In 1895 it was once more made a semi-week- j ly publication, only to fall back to a weekly within a year or two. In 1905 it was for the third time pub- lished twice a week, and continued as such until 1906, when it went into daily publication. The daily was published until'Dec. 31st, 1907, when it was discontinued, and since then the News has been coming from the presses weekly. E. Hagell recently sold the newspaper rights to J. H. Woods, of the Calgary Herald, who I purposes again making a daily of the paper. E. proprietor of the News building and the job department, came I to Lethbridge in October, 1890, first of all to work for, later as a partner with, E. T. Saunders, finally purchas- ing the business entirely from Mr. Saunders, the latter, however, re- taining the afterwards valuable pro- perty on which the printing office stood. As an instance of the in- crease in value of this property, in 1895 a mortgage upon the office was foreclosed and the mortgagees endea- vored to sell it by auction, but failed to get a bid of upon the lots with the office. Today the same pro- perty, exclusive of the building upon it, is easily worth OVER TWO HUNDRED DEATHS (Continued from front PLAY LACROSSE BY ELECTRIC LIGHT Innovation at Chicago Proved to be a Great Success Chicago, 111-, Aug. A. Com- iskjr's recently installed lights re- ceived their first real try-out at the American League grounds last night, when'the Illinois Athletic Club and Calumet Lacrosse teams battled for over two hours in a fast match in the glare of over one million candle- power of light, which constitutes a portion of the light plant that will give Chicago night baseball in, the near future. The plant proved itself equal to the occasion. At no time during the eighty minutes of play did the spectators find it hard to follow'the city. It was decided to render the ball, and the'game proved fast! every assistance possible, and a meet and interesting, as if it had been play ing was called for Sunday for that ed in the broad daylight. TO REORGANIZE THE TEAMSTERS Lethbridge Will Be Repre- sented at the Trades Congress The Trades and Labor Council last night decided, after all, to send a delegate to -the Dominion Trades Congress, McNab, P.P., was selected to go, with Presi- dent S. W. Tuckwell as alternate. Leading up to this discussion, it was pointed out that there was much wes- Another List Spokane, Aug. is a revised list of the nunrber killed in Idaho, Montana and Washington for- est fires since Saturday and Sunday: United States forest employees. Idaho and Montana, 100; settlers and fire St. Joe Valley. Idaho, 50: at. Newport, Wash, 4; at Wallace, Idaho. 3; at Mulliui and Spokane, 3. Total 100. The Missoulu forest officials' list of 79 employees, admits 21 killed at the bullion Mine, Montana, and on the Big Fork of the Coeur d'Alene. Miss- ing: Negro soldiers near Avery, Idaho. 4; ranger party, headwaters of St. ,Joe, 15; forest employees in St. Joe Valley 29. Reports received today by Weigle at Wallace concern- ing the number of dead forest employ- ees, ..did not agree with that obtained at Missoula. Fires in Western Washington Seattle, Aug. the last lorty-eight hours forest fires of seif- ious proportions have broken out Jn all sections of western. Washington. Fanned by strong northwest ;winds, the fires have spread with alarming rapidity and the state forest rangers and the patrols of the -Lumbermens' Association have been.; impressing a! 1 available men to aid. in combatting' names. Over Two Hundred Dead. Spokane, Aug. latest esti- mates of the loss of life in. the forest lires places the number of dead at more than 200. The Italians and Aus- trians in the St. Joe Valley, of whom many perished, were employees or" logging camps. The list of government rangers dead now totals 100 and will probably be lengthened. Pinchot Blames Senators Washington, Aug. Pin- chot of the National Conservation As- tern business to be done, including the endeavor to secure next year's convention, for Alberta.. A delegation of teamsters waited upon the council, asking for assist- sociation and former nead of the Unit- ed States government forest sen-ice, in a statement issued today holds that the loss of property and life in tlie recent and present forest fires was un- necessary. He scores members of congress who have opposed appropriations for the proper equipment for .forest rangers, and in that connection names Senator Weyburn of Idaho, whose nome town, Wallace, suffered serious loss: Sena- tor Carter of Montana and Represent- ative Mondell of Wyoming. B. C. TEAM WON RockcliSe, Ont., Aug. Brit ish Columbia team today won the London Merchants cup open to provin- cial teams. SCHOOLS OPEN ONI j purpose, and also to assist the black- j smiths in the city to form a local. Considerable discussion took place {concerning laundry; workers, and even- i tually a small committee was ap- pointed to assist the local organizer to sign up with- the Lethbridge Steam Laundry in order that a union may be formed in time to take part in the All departments oi the city schools j Labor Day parade, will open on Monday next "at nine The matter of appointing the man- o'clock. From kindergarten to High j ager for the employment bureau has school all classes are free to resident! been referred to the executive, to se- pupils. All pupils entering school for j lect one from the large list of appli- the first time are required to show i cants and the selection will be an- proofs of successful "va'ccination. nounced some time nest week. Children of five years are admitted to the kindergarten classes, those or I CARDSTON NOTES sis or over to the primary depart-! The excursionists south TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION FOB. 6 roomed house on Kingsbury north London Road. of Westminster Road. Rent, per month, or will sell witii small cash payment and balance per month. ance in reorganizing the teamsters in to A. Leadbetter, Rochon's old j store in basement. Round St. 217-2. i sitting room 'with or without bedroom. Ground floor. Good" house. be in close. P. O 'Box 133. 217-C NOTICE I have had impounded in the west pound, City of Lethbridge since Aug. 22nd, 1910J the following described animate: One dark brown mare, wt. 3100 Ibs, white star on forehead, thir long mane, no visible brand, aged: one" black .mule, no Gil- I lespie. Poundkeeper. ments. Pupils who were in attendance be- fore midsummer will report at their old class-rooms, from which they will be placed according to promo- tion standing, New pupils living in North are beginning to depart for their their homes. Samuel Nelson, who has three daughters married to home makers here, and whose son is well kno'wn, Robert :S7elson, of Taylorville, was in Leth- Cardston yesterday. bridge will report at the Westminster school, all others at school. The lady teachers are returning for the Central [school work these days. Miss (Sundry, special kindergarten teacher, Miss Free readers are supplied to pu- pils in all standards up to and in- cluding Standards IV. All other hooks are supplied by the parents. It is especially important that all Toffey and Miss Whiting, have return- ed. They report a very enjoyable holiday season and are in excellent health and spirits for the school work which begins next week, Aug. 29th. pupils be in attendance Monday morn- j We are pleased to welcome ing. j hack. them ITCHING SCALP CEASES AFTER ONE APPLICATION JOHNSON AND JACKSON ARE WILLING TO GUARANTEE PARI- SIAN SAGE BECAUSE THEY KNOW IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL WHO USE IT. Most druggists know that there i? no hair preparation that gives sc much satisfaction as Parisian Sage which is now or all over Can- ada. J. HC I many. A large, gener- ous bottle for ,5C cen'ts. The only hair tonic that is sure to Mil the dand- ruff germs, A rigid guaran- tee to cure dand- ruff, stop fall- ing hair and Itch- ing scalp in two weeks or money back. Keeps the scalp cool in s.umni< free 'roil unpleasant odors. make any woman's hair be witellingly charming in one week. Grows hair and makes it soft, bril- liant and luxuriant. And here's more proof: "Some fourteen years ago I had ty phoid fever. It caused my nair tf nearly all fall out. I have since used and tried several hair tonics and re rte'.vers. but nothing ever made my hair grow in until I tried a bottle of Parisian Sage. The use of Parisian Sage cooled and cleansed the scalp removed all the dandruff, and left my hair silky and glossy in appearance besides making the new hair grow in Today I have an abundance of hair hardly any gray hairs, and no dand- ruff- Is it any wonder that I praise Par- isian Ann E. Moody. 1906 Bainbridge St Manchester, Va.. April 2, '09. Leading druggists everywhere sell Parisian Sage. Johnson Jackson sells it in Lethbridge for cents, or- the money back plan. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package Mail orders filled by Giroux Mfg. Co. Port Erie, Ont, sole Canadian makers For ladies, gents and children may be nad If you get your skoes kere. Some oi our fall snoes are just m. For tke rigkt shoe at tke ngkt price al- ways tke Royal. Crabb street, oposite Bank of Montreal K. WATSON, PROPRIETOR ;