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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta yw v 4 V W QMWtftMitt >X ttty WHIN IN LITHlRlDGt Daily Herald Bot 11.25 A FREEBU8TOALLTR It Pays For Itself Why not have one? All the delightful satisfaction of having a perfect ranse is within easy reach of every one For the MONARCH 3MALLEABLE RANGE will effect a sufficient saving of fuel to actually pay its own cost in a snort 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 for aiew. years more. Every year it wastes enough 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 accoutred for entirely by the difference in construction. Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE 4, RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE P. O. BOX 670 attention to mail SCHOOL BOOKS Text Books, Supplementary Keaders. Exercise Books. Scribblers. Pens, Pencils, Erasers, Eiders, School Bags EvervtMng neces- :sary for School Opening on 29th fOBEITSON'S BOOK5TDRE Ntw WMtnty Bltek First door -.TFest. Union Bank ttr THE SECRET The secret whv we have 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 -whicb means that your quick recov- ery is assured when your pre- scriptions are filled by ONLYMEDICINK SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for near- ly quanter of a century. Please fceep the Dominion sta- have consideration for our employees by maMng your ordinary purchases on "week days. On Sundays and Public Holi- days we are open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. 8 pan. to p-m For other urgent calls use phone 322 or Night Bell J Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and-Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on. Front Door KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST BE SURE AND NOT MISS BUYING OUR CHOICEST FRUIT FOR PRESERVING We have some very fine per 100 Ib.....3 1-2c The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, and Crockery f Phone 1453 BUSINESS LOCALS Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- eaze delivery. Office 307 CrabVSt. 5 210-0 The Barrie Carnages and are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. Call up Crown Cleaners, cornel ot Kedpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church, 474. 173-0 Don't forget Home made gar- ment? at Holt's, 916 Burdett St., Dug Addition. Special sale of waists Monday and Tuesday, next. All one price, 51-25 .each. 216-3 The Citizens Club will hold a dance on Wednesday, Aug. 31st (Laurier Day) in the Caledonian Hall. All members are cordially invited to at- tend. Carnation Club members are also heartily invited to join us. Good music, good time. 218-3 Now is the Time to place your orders lor Preserving Peaches, Plums and Pears We received three cars of fruit and vegetables this week QUALITY AND PKICE GUARANTEED THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 PROMPT DELIVEDY GOOD LUMBER You will lose money if 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 THE WEATHER Calgary, fair 64 Lethbridge, -clear 64 Winnipeg, clear 74 Fine -weather has been general over 35 36 36 the prairie provinces with a little Pieacrlption Specialist! 1.1. linn, Rev 4.. J, Ptosser is confined to Ms home '-with a severe attack, of lum- bago. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square }s OB.S that we have a right to Ue proud oL That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. Well give you the test of everything at the beat prices, Aad that's about all can d6. you want a. few boards, or some lath, shingles, saah, doors, or building ma- terial ot any kind, don't fan to come in and get our prices. That's all we just get our prices- H we can't show you the advantage in buy- tog here, then don't buy from us, Lumber Compaq, UniM ACADIA BLOCK Yard, H. Nuendorp, the Citizens Lumber Co.'s auditor, is in the city this week.end at the local branch. The Standard Securities Co. have moved from Round street to Suite 115 Sherlock Building. The Western Plumbing Co. have pur chaised a automobile for use in their business, from A. L. Spurrier. Geo. Counterman was this monijng fined and costs for driving an au- tomobile without lights after dark. E. ML Macdonald, M.P., for Pictou, i has accepted the invitation to" address the Canadian Club at luncheon on Thursday next, Sept. 1st. Thos. Underwood, managing direc- tor of the Diamond Collieries, is down-from Calgary, and has been out at the company's mine. J. W. Auten, travelling agent for the A. Carruthers Co., Ltd., is again spending a days at the branch of- fice in this city. The address the American residents are presenting to Sir Wilfrid Laurier will be ready for signatures on Tues- day. The Western Canada Agency will be moved into their big new brick and stone -warehouse oa Baroness Road about Sept. 1st. The concrete walks on the east side of Westminster road will soon be completed. North of .the school they are cut down to 6 feet in. width. Ex- cavation on the west side has already CITY AND DISTRICT Viaduct Lodge No. 53, I.O.OF-, will meet for the second degree on Monday night. W. A. Wilson, inspector -of weights Sunday, and measures, for the Lethbridge dis- trict, with headquarters here, is just back from a business trip through the towns along the A. R. I. line. A. R. MacGuire, of McKelvie> MacGuire, has gone east- for a few weeks. He will visit Ottawa, Toron- to and. other places. At Toronto he i will take in the fair. J Mrs. M. Donaldson and family have moved in from the Donaldson farm eight miles out, to their home on Westminster road. Mas, jr., is down with typhoid fever. Mrs. D. King and family, London Road, have returned home after spend ing a couple of weeks at the Donald- Uon farm, eight miles south-east of i the city. J. Geo. Harper, director of the Citizens Band, and principal of the higher temperature in Manitoba. Temperatures have been low during the night, especially in Northern Sas- katchewan and Alberta. FORECAST All and cool. Local frosts tonight. Scatter- ed showers in southern portions on i Lethbridge Conservatory of Music, re- I turned yesterday afternoon from the east. Mrs. Wheeler, of Calgary, formerly Nurse McCullough, arrived in the city this morning to take charge of her brother, who was injured in the rail- way yards here last Sunday. The members of the ichoral Society, and any others inter- ested in the concert to be given in Calgary by Madame Melba, are re- quested to meet in St. Augustine's Hall on Monday evening at 8.30 for the purpose of arranging for a special train, and finding out if possible the number oi people who will go' from Lethbridge., Any wishing to secure tickets please notify Mr. D. H. El- ton, by phone, if possible, before that evening. CITY AND DISTRICT Allan Chafe, 1022 London Road, has reported to the police the theft of a horse from the stable at the rear oi the house in broad daylight yester- day. The police are investigating the occurrence. Their lease on the ground floor of the Oliver Block having expired, the George M. Hatch Land Co. have se- cured a suite of front offices in the new Conybeare building immediately opposite the Oliver Slock, and will move in as soon as they are com- pleted. The death occurred this morning at his residence, 1266 Courtland street, of Ole T. Green. The deceased, who is married, was born seventy one years ago in Norway and carne to CITY AND DISTRICT The funeral will take place on Mon- day from Fetterly's undertaking par- lors to the Roman Catholic ceme- tery oF G. Bouchard, who died in this city frorci typhoid fever, having been, brought here from Pincher Creek. The grand smoking concert in hon- or of the Calgary football team will commence tonight 9 o'clock sharp. Everyone is asked to notice that it will be held in the Caledonian Hall and not in the Labor Hall as adver- tised. TEN LUNCHES FOR A PENNY ARE DECIDED TO BE NOT FREE Frees Saloonist Ac cused VBreaking tht Schaefer Law, Enacted at Last Session Lethbridge from North Dakota. The funeral arrangements have not yet been announced. There is to be only one baseball game today between Saskatoon and Lethbridge, that taking place at 3.30 this afternoon. There will be no game this evening owing to the toot- ball match between the Calgary and Cleveland, O., Aug. jury of twelve good men and true c-ame to the rescue of the Ohio free lunch brigade here today. They decided Patrick H. charged vltb. breaking the Schaefer anti-free lunch law enacted at the last session of the legislature, was not guilty. Gallagher was arrested last May by policemen who found a lunch counter laden -with appetizing eatables in full operation at the rear of his barroom. In court, today, Gallagher proved that in order >to partake of the pickled pigs feet, roast' beef, cheese, crackers and pickles displayed on the counter, customers were compelled to deposit a penny at the bar, in return, for which they were provided with ten 'tickets, each good for a lunch. The jury decided, such lunches are not free. Local saloonists are jubilant, saying the verdict provides a. -way- to get around the decision recently given by a local judge that the Schaefer law is constitutional. A police judge in Gin- I Lethbridge .Callies. SOUVENIR r GOODS JT IN BURNT T 4 LEATHER Very pretty and es, Pipe Racks, Doilies, Photo Holders, Shaving Match Holders, Necfc Tie Racks, Hat Pin etc. Suitable for small presents. PrescefUfon Sooda We have a Large Assortment on The extra game Wednesday next, cinnati has idonal. Ingram; the Bishop of Lon- j turesque character of that first Angli- the Primus of can service on North. American soil Brass Fenders, Coal Hods, Fire Sets, That Are Filliped In forusfc brass And in the Bright. Also A large assortment Of Large Cuspidores For Office and Club Stafford-Ainew Co. Among them was Rev. Charles Inglis wno became the first Bishop of Nova be played Aug. 31st. The ne-vr long distance telephone line to Taber was opened yesterday, This line, which besides Taber, has only two stations upon it, was made necessary by tae heavy traffic upon the one that has been in operation up to the present time. A telephone line to the Lethbridge Collieries was also opened yesterday while at work hoisting s. buggy from the ground to top floor of the Western Supply and Equipment Co.'s warehouse on Ford street, A. 'J. Jones had the misfor- tune to fall a distance of sonie fifteen or more feet, alighting on his head. He was rendered unconscious by the shock. Dr. McNally was summoned and the injured man removed. He is around again today, but little the worse for his mishaps Victor Hugo's famous French nov- el, "Jean will always take front rank with the reading public of i today, but as a lecture it certainly stands peerless. The vivid reality given it by Rev. S. Cleaver, D.D., or Toronto, at once places it in a class that few, if any, ever reach. Once hearing this lecture means that an opportunity of hearing it again will never be missed. At Wesley church, Tuesday. Sept. 6th. J. Bruce Walker, commissioner of immigration, and W. Speers, general colonization agent for the Dominion government, came in on the west- bound local yesterday afternoon and left again for Cranbrook, B. C., last' night. While here, Mr. Walker met Supt. Wilson, of the Mounted Police, and with him went into the matter of the deportation to the States oi undesirables, about which there has of late been some discussion. held the law unconstitu- CARD OF THANKS Mr and Mrs. Val. H. Wetmore, of Prank, desire to heartily thank the many friends who their assistance and showed their sympathy during the days of our sad bereavement "Blest be the tie that binds Our hearts in Christian love, The fellowship of kindred minds Is like to 'that above." For Labor Day, September 5, 1910, the Canadian Pacific Railway will au- thorize a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. will be on sale Sept. 2 to 5 inclusive, final return Urn- it September 7. 1910. For full partic- ulars apply to nearest Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent. NOEL'S MEATS, FOWL AND-PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE, HA: TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Pull tine Of LIME JUICE, GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER, ET Craddock Viner BUILDING FAMILY GROCERS .PHONE 515 Cafe Department A Specialty Extensive line of POT PIES, PASTRY AND DELICACIES Served Promptly. We stand for quality. Rochon Bros. LOST 1 The time you have wasted in, putting: on that trashy hardware. You could have FOUND the By looking over our large, well assort- ed stock of PETERBOROUGH LOCK CO.'S GOODS Bring: in your plans. We will figure with you. The McKeown Hardware Co., LtcL Dufferifi Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily All Tastes, Appetites, ana Purses are Satisfied at tke The City's Popular Dining Parlor Now under personal supervision of the proprietor N. H; MURRAY Be sure it is you get Better see if the label is on Ask your grocer; or, Phone 794 GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. Kortli Ward. suit 53.00 IE YOU WISE TO BE STYLISH WBAE A HAWS HAT We have just placed a large shipment of these hats In stock and any taste. Prices from 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 from 51.50 to SZ.5U THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ministry and the 30th of his consecra-1 ween the last census was taken. It is tlon. certain that next year's census fwfll Studio" Studies and special rooms lor the teaching or Pianororte. SCHOOL RE-OPENS WEDNESDAY, 14TH OF SEPTEMBER, 1910 ;