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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Salm-day. U C( We have boon appointoil si gen Is for Lcth- Imclge and district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Bonrd in this city, so that loans can be out through with verv little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS UP Lots 4, 5 and fi, Block B; II. ami C. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 137 ft. by 138 ft, R. V. GIBBONS CO. THE LETHBKlDflE DAILY HKRATD MERCANTILE EXHIBIT AAIR Page Ott BleeH CLOSING 01 T PJRICES FOR acres, 2 miles from U'eybnrn line, price Jll per acres I miles from Weyb.iirn line, price S12 per acre. acrei 3 1-2 miles from line, price S12 per acre This land all be farmed. Terms. 75 :crns irrigated land 2 I-a miles from city limits ai a bargain. One acrt or, '.Vucuuiirsip, Rond, price ?750. Good terms. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. One of (real of the exhibition which cloeed yesti'rduy was the splendid nrrny of mercantile ex- (hibits. The biiRlnem rinni of the cily did splenilld work for the fiilr In mak- ing such exc-ellcul exhlhlls and Inrl- Kol for thuumelven vr.me nrr ilnahle advertising, Undoubtedly one of the fined and most attractive booths in Ihc main linlldlnii of Ihe fair Ihut ;if A. Southard.' The hootii was a very large one and had a number of wlu- all of which worn elaborately decorated wllh an Interlacing of beau- iltul red autumn leaves, which imported from Chicago for Dun pur- lose.. The railing around the exhibit made of green paper festooning, voven Into a lattice work and It cer- "Inly looked pretty. This was com- hy a heavy brass chain across Uie en trance. The entire background was of pad- ded green wool felt with Hie lower part of brown English leather, the .wliole forming a rich setlinu for Inn imaenmcenl. things displayed. Very large palms, ferns, grope vinos and grapes added to the general pleasing decorative effect. In the centre: was a very fine fig- urc of a leopard, while on either side appeared a splendid group of South American Oxelots. A central group nf figures, two ladies and a tenlle- inan In evening dress, stood under a. large palm tree. One lady was wear-' ins a handsome black chiffon dress mounted on white silk and trimmed with heavy white silk lace tirully furulBliwt complete to the exhibit of Krfelit Broa the Iwt rug wore .hown. (was H mMt one? A fine I he unwden Urns. display was one -I urnvy of .rtMic.lly arranged de- of the very iiMlwt nnd muni attract- SIKIIH nhow that Frnche Ive In Ihe whole building, it are mutton, of the art of dec- I'ouse" rmV'in culture. One design In A parlor suite flnlihed of .mahogany and leather was the cyno- ''lucoralloim coiKlmlni of pink and mire of all eyes, while the bedroom j white roues and iweet pea. The were of Hao came In for sows in? T' ]t, wlllcl1 comment. Ihc cross .moved Ihat ranks wllh Mill decorated with pink roue." city of Ihe west regards fnrni- j while the hase consisted of white r jture stores. ,fff amj "The Gate Hie standard Furniture Co. showed trimmed with astors an lied room suite displayed wllh great mounted wllh a dove, looked well an .Usie. appointments were much, the artistic touch, as did als appreciated by those of the ladleB many oilier unique and approprial de-sire fine lurnlliire for nolh- ,designs, the metal leaves in man tllfi was left In he flr.ulmil i-nunn was left lo he....... With the Lumbermen cases showing up fine backgrotin "o the display of flowers shown. OrlgliMllly was the feature of Ilia anchors also added to the blend lumber merchants' displays. The PI- ing of color and design calculated to ;oneer Lumber Co. s display was en- RIvc a harmony most pleasing in ,closed hy a rustic fence giving It an ollecl. Artistic and original appearance. The I Sinjer Sewing Machine !n Iaie5t Tlie Slngei' Machine Co lushed lumber and mher building hmi a large display of machines and ,materials such as shingles, cement, machine attachment.. In charge of V .rackets paper and in fact every- JieUuire. The lady attendant work- uiing which the builder would need Ing at the machine lor darning stock- in building a modern home, .duel, .lugs called forth a lot of comment I'avorallle comment was heard rein- from Ihe Indies. Ihe machine being to general make ,111 of the Pion- a new feature in the domeslic world. e pine .several small sewing machines for effect, making dresses for dolly were exhibit- r. JL aS, !i the N i "f" fence lhe M lie girl, present. Klrkham Klrklinn, Hros.. retail wholesale ROOM 1C ALBERTA 3L.OCK. PHONE 771. who called at booth f a liuge envelope ninff; one will, ermine trimmings; a en sets of mink: verv splend FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known us Xo. 508 Westminster Ed" Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY ry detail Shoo Merchant. f n- "RBory. .1 to INSURANCE tho 11, eye rrrte-tsrb rr! J toy ,eal, perfefctl'v marched shoes skins in ibis we e S i .Tt r marked I7M. The seven in c- boon, robed in strilMnsiv I1 Display a v.ts of black Persia displays also and Iheir souvenirs were spectators the fair. I ola horn tc trimmed A BUY THAT AVI MAKE FOK YOU 3 Lots in Blork fnuing east .North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE S35 rl "'iili Russian ermine, hahv seal, blaclt Ritsulan ral. extra select- ed black Persian. Pinto seal trimmed A. E. Easton Co. i large exhibit of harness, saddles, nkels and other necessary th-e. horseman was shown by fbG A. K. IL'aston Co.. saddlers. Several f l.'incy bridles were shown which of the spectators, ibotham A Co. 'I'he .1. 11. Iligin'bolliam Co. ex- lutiit featured goods of "lie.vail" man- ulaciure. The display was a most one, showing thai much i time and thought bad been expended to make it one of the most attractive In Ihc building. For the farmers sev- era! samples of .Kaldnim's yoplier poi- arlislic Fon wer-s shown. DllriiiR. tllo fair 3000 samples of liextill goods were given City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as A very Threshing and Plowing Ma- chinery are offered by W. R. DOBBIN, 310 7th Street Lethbridge, Alta FARMERS! The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co, 1Z80 FIRST AVE. S. 3Z3 FIFTH STREET, Sell the Best and Only; Patent (A Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Bushels Each. Strong, Dili-able, Cheap, Tire-Proof, Wind- proof, Vermin-Proof. sure and see you get the. Corru- gated Granary with the eightcen-inck man- hole in top. This nlluws granary to be com- pleted in light shape before putting grain in, insuring a tight cover. with plucked beaver e.y sian pcny. i Thn gentlemen's coals shown nf plucked hsaver. plucked olrer nor- then. coon, niplucked beaver and a with oiter collar. The entire sihibit called forth very compiimenlary remarks im all sides. The Hardware Displays I The hardware merchants' Of city placed on exhibition some of Ihe H'.'cst hardware displays over seen in made an e.vcellent j. Rohertson and Co. 'The Sun "c note papers and beautifully ho-im! or p- M books which call-in (he fancv of lijt- Jeclion Stanley and .Morris pianos crowds. The Sun Agency Agency's exhibit in charge i. fine col- he fancy of the Typewriters and grania- Pt'.ones for which iliis company are agents, came in for p, hii-go share of lavornblc ..comment. The school Hooks and school supplies are a live Issue with this firm just now. The lied Cress Drug Book Co. FOREST FIRE THREATENS MILLS 1 St. .lohn's. N. R.. Aug. An im- il piano players. This firm also lunl on several Sim Standard typewriters, Victor safes and Strilh-1 01. :N. n., im ler scales. The 'booth was a cenlre imense foresl fire is ragiiic in the vi of atlraclion during the fair, and th.-Jciuity of Bishop's mills on the Kxplol- lit'in is lo he consratulaled on mak-j'a Die three million dollar ing such a fine display, j mill of Ihe Read company Garbutt Business College is dailKer of destruction. A Montreal constable shot a wild cat 'In a tree near his residence. Jr. .lames Meaudet, Conservative nominee for Jlegantic, has retired. We have n hunch of choice lots within a mile and a quar- ter of post office at each. These willdoublo in twelve months. THE CASCADEN LAND CO. MACDONALD BLK. Sunny Side Lots We have a Ifiro-eninnber of these lots from S200 Here is a chance lo become nn owner of Real Estate in this city. Wilkie Kerr 's'ock, and the result irvlne lo ihe-n very fair PHONE 623 HULL BLOCK. Next. A.R. I. Offices. 'iS'.l n veri' iK'iu (I i spin v nice] v cot UUMCHC _. o.T' wilh works'of in Eivinfi cilarso A' Oav it an aniotic appearance Their showed a com- 'IfT Play was one of ihe finest in Hie of their furniture aiidijs de'spor'lelv lluilrling. Their line of dnics was es- typewriters such as they'destruction. The workmen from the Pocially featured. u'n in the college when it opens Orand Falls Anglo-Canadian P.ulp com- The Flour on -s- laily slenflsraphers pany. and ihc llarniEworlh properly .pec. tueir Rw] ,egn Ihe touch system of l iroilghoui Ihe wcsi and 'acific to Kong. Elevator Co. liave a showing Ih-e fine in bins around the f cenlral piece of ramid of the iiour liihlis. Hir.k-Sehl Hardware Co.'s er.- ;tiihii was one of the finest in the ouildlnu. it frnta-ed ranges of mosi modern style and a complBio lino Of building tools I 'I'llf llayr Hard-varr Co. also l-ad !a er.-hiKt fitted up in an altrac- ;live manner. Everylhins for the kll- jcnen was shown. Buck ranees" and livashinq machines Seinj; i.-uicii in "aint.3 varnishes were atao shown completing ,1 very uie-ip- lig1 exhibit. K! -amiiler, of v.'ht nulsiiie. ivhiie the display 'l'1-.-a e.vhihli is the boEt'of the li t ncd lo workl. which Al ult: K'.tilt'Ill iS The Flii I Atitotrotlles I Myrie SauiKJvirs, implement (leal- firs, fih-plny. fipuiiTv'! a bom n HKJ- Jiiul rendy use. Besides tin- cur nits firm nlso iiiuJ 3 display of He La- va I r refill ors nnd M rl npli- lpr'J- liii carnages. Everytiiiiis nhout (lift could hardly as It. Inn. ffftcon miles Only a f j linn w (lownpour of r.iin can relievo liic siinntion. As tht! country dt-nsely wooded ilm MtiuiLion is I'ifir mills iin repi'cseiHfilivc ol '.find, which Is de.i- ilie granary of tho APPROVE COURSE OF FRENCH PREMIER cabinet council TO HOLD SIG LABOR in .snowing ill. held today when the course of have been 'he French negotiations with hlggeet many over the .Morroccan dispute me history unanimously a.pnroved. an DAY, .DEMONSTRATION 3 novel tireless TOoSliiK stove' The i.Melals Lid. Co. also had n ve-v "tnnlpes. 25.-Arraneements exnillil "f heavy lords and mh'er n- lhe practically completed for 1'envr labor dcmonsiration il-fl city, wliich is in nn.iths won ance. shown wi follo C mee'- H ed by ail Ambassador lo GermaDy. as dra hy M. Do Selves, minister of f. Th'Ch Premier m preach a labor sermon ft Its d minister of col- on the Sunday preceding Labor D-.iy hnw JORAND TRUNK WILL USE BARRACK'S SITE j Calgary, AUK. Inrraclis will display iul-jref-iing and it the site of [he G. T. P. many admirers. ihut. lhai the grading will not be (lone; I'he autorn.'ihile displ-av of Ihe l'nle lo ai'0w of an entrance info i- ern Auto Co.. of which'.I. T. liraham "liltl" Mrl-v one corner of ,he '3 snortn, for. Their display i em I "n" A' chalrnian snow, all sizes of all sradcs w'l -I, I, ve r, ,Hlv fnr- Trllnk liililwa-v' K- Hour produced in .heir nulls hefc, Chamberlain, vice-president of the bissor racks in ihc bouom and il1' T' n-hile in he ih9 TneOvcr-jralgary las, oveniug' on his annual centre is "the r'uldv of I hem all" im'" coup-inspection trip.. with the 1912 speclfiralions. pro-! Mo further declared that the 0. T. a car that al once makes had not yet procured possession of] hard In hpiil. Those who have OJ. j Ihc hnrracks file from Uie imvcrnmciit In this car. and live seen il mi- Sped kinsnf the prospecis of Ibe Weal. I denionslrailon. have pronounced i'10 seo" "lom llcl- li anionr. the frrml rank of a.ulomo- a ,of i bushels of for Ihe this Two Good Buys 1 corner Acre Ijit In Park- dale; will subdivide Into 18 lots; reasonable cajh pay- ment good terms oa. bal- ir fire places, ranscs and AH theae; very artislic in g thai of lime had i u, of hulidcra and the ex ma.eriah, incluriin2 all tlie engine it, steam and were set go g Lots .1 to 10, Block 25, Al- exandra Addt. Terms. lies i n -1'rance ivill offer to to reach a settlement. ttcms tn M. and collections K Pllr11" ra' will :K devoted to he impassible lo deccrih in detail for materials i I.eUihridge. Furniture Displays V in perfect the farmers I crops FliH i, werr Bangle, and p 'orator, an Ilia order attracted who have Iheir bumper harvrsl. One of tlicir ?e; lo turn at letic meet. the ladies anio t the crowds. Beau SPECIAL ELECTION OFFER OF HERALD aoiiiR without the op il turned in circles, 'avldlng c.inr.idoralil.r to Ihe Interest uianifesled gent-rally. j Thn music lovlns lrKl. ed wllh music of every descripliou in verv iiRef: the main hall. of accessories, in- cluding lires, tnbjf-, elf., was also displayed. Imperial Oil Co. M UHJM The Imperial Oil Co. show a ccrinfn i-issortmonl of all kinds of useful ar- tV'ephono rales. council lo Mr. n'luire into The Daily Herald From Now Until October 1st for 25 cents, to New Subscribers, Mailed or Delivered. To net full anil fair retorts of tbe political cam- pilgn, and dispassionate discussion or'tna issues, is well as the latfjt and best local and world .ride, read The Herald. tides for illumination and domestic' Wilton hansed himself purposes. In thn former there is Ihe'UIE hod post al Smith'; Falls Hays lamp which besides having Hie! of a brilliant lishi is easy-'-------------------------------- of manipulation. The Perfection cook- very near and will form ful accessory for (be khrhcn I (Cut out the roil.iwinK and send It at once to "The Daily Herald" l.ethbridge. Name Street and Number Cily or -Town Province or State Enclosed you will find Twenty-five Cents for the Dtily Herald to October 1st, a! special offer. cr your oy or e t Ilisplays were, shown I being nol only usoftil but hnnily. by Ihp Mason and Kisch Piano Co., jaildltlnn to lubricating oils and crease Jlnrrly ami Hunt, am! the Heintzmiin I there Is Ihe 1'olarine auto nil which ia l'o. and Hisoh companj-'s against frost and carbon. displ-.iy was eFpecip.lly fine and tensive and was In of the lo- PLAYFEST' Ml manager. H. r. CcCaw. of IN WINNIPEG Ihe rinesi uuality and latest makes! Winnipeg. Aug. 2d.-Onc of the i were shown, llolh (he loner of Ihe prcatcai carnivals ln thc hi. I'SLmimmis anil the maBnificenl lory of the Dominion is now under' es were much commented upon. Vic-i way. n. the annual nlayCcat t.ir gramophone, were also on din- the public playgrounds In which 'ihoii- j p.ay with a complete slock of new sands of children .ire co'npetinn Ten records which were srcally apprccial- lllnusand youiiRHt.ers are ed by the music Sports of every conceivable 'rarlelvi the sreat amount ere In ibr, bllij and the event is at of duraanc done to srer-n- trading a creat deal of local i houses nrBiililnjr from the recent hall Hon. I FOU QUICK _Ai SALK Tlie old I've? ranch, 370 acres. 4 1-2 miles WOF! of Plnchcr Creek, all fenced, oxcollont houso find beantKul running water, ncres tlm- oihy, 20 acres one ot (he lirat mixed tlin dlsfrirl, land adjoining soltl fnr per last COO Per nure buys Uie whole tiling. Easy (onus. Apply Monday auj P. J. DALY CALGARY Rcom 5, Albert! Block Valuable Property Cheap f We have the sole selling of a large jfi room house, with large den with fire- I place, In the bent residential district in the city, fully modern and made of jlhe lies! material. We can soil this, ron account of the owner leaving tho Icily, for 15200.00. cash and the habnce to suit.- Act quick. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Successor! to The Oowilcy-McMIIJtn Co. ;