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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta t -II FREE BUS TO Al.', TKAINO Hotel Windsor J n D.iy Hots! lit .j. Albertn .j. Herald WHIN The Dallu It and MHI Oinvaih i lanl Plata (i Stay SUCCESSFUL HUNTERS BUY THEIR SUPPLIES FROM US Thai's wliv thev tire successful. The i i supplies we sell are the very highel quality j and 1 ho very newest in ihe lines. We are j leaders in evervlhins'goot! in (foods j We sell nt.nidderate prices and wo waul your trade. EXTRA CHOICE PRESERVING FRUIT A car load just unloaded FREESTONE PRESERVING PEACHES Twemy.l'otiud Cases. 1'rk-u per EXTRA QUALITY CRAWFORDS FOSTERS Tttvnly-Poiiinl Cases. Price nor 4 raso ................................3> J .00 BARTLETT PEARS Finest for nreeprvlnp. forty-pound cases. Only 35 cases to bo nold al this price. Spc- 7C clal they last, per I 0 COOKING APPLES In fifty-pound casos, Tlicso are excepttonally good cooking apples. Only 30 cases at this price. Spoelnl. while they last, por case Thruo and ono-hulf pounds, for 25c SHOT pintle or double biirrel stylos. ynuiip {runs, and repeat ers; a t style to suit every hunter, to S75.00 LOADED SHELLS With just ihe ripht load for light or lioavy guns. IS very good make. YOU NEED we have the very best to sell you: Scotch makes, which keep yon dry day long. Our prices are low. HUNTING to fit big or smull men, and of quality to suit. THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN STORE HIGH CLASS GROCERS ROUND ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY 523 WHOLESALE A RETAIL OUFFERIN BRANCH PHONE 127 THE WEATHER Calvary, fair. J! Winnipeg, fair ci 71 51 Si; Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. AGENTS FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT 732 P. O. Box v.'r. Special Attention Mall STOKE OPEN THIS EVENING TUES- DAY EVENING FOK THOSE WANTING School Supplies ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE -NEW WHITNEY SLOCK ftRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS J.NclKOn............................... The wealln-r over the prairie prov- ince was dreideilly cool. Heavy rains in and part of Saskatchc-! uau. Light frosts KOKI-X'AST -V.initobii Fair and 1 rising temperatures. Tuesday line and J a little wanner, Saskatchewan anil Alberta Fair and warmer. C'lTY AND DISTRICT The Value of rare Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding Tile value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and jjow- er of tfie drugs and the method and manner pf their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure medicines will ue com- pounded right. Bring ail your prescriptions here to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 772 Sjj'ipson was drowned near Nelson, B.C. Me was a laborer. I Right Reverend MeAiIam T-farriing j was entlironuil as the new Bishop of .1. Long, of Winnipeg, a former resident ci this city, is again in the city. AH Scouts are notified to meet on Tuesday night, 1210 3rd Avc., S., at S o'clock sharp. L. 11. .lelliff, of .Spring Coulee, came up from the south ihis morning and is spending (he day in the city. Prof. H. F. Osborne, from New Vnrk, spent (he week-end in the city, i ami left this morning for points I Jj P. Halcovski, of Winnipeg, a J j known cattle the jj Canadian West, is spending a few days in this city on business. .S. S. Kes was a visitor in this city yesterday from Montana state. I.V left today en route for points in flip north of the province, where he expects lo be for some time. H. A. Grassy re- turning officer for the Medicine Hat J! electoral district, is spending the day in tin1 city in connection with his duties. J. IL Hilcy, of Mtose Jaw, form- lerlv of Ihis city, spent yesterday re- LIMOGES Open Stock Dfuncr- Avai'e VIOLET POMPADOUR PATTERN Everything you need In a dinner set. Buy :i few pieces at a time and yo.u soon have a pretty Limoges Dinner Ser- vice and never miss the mon- ey. Let us figure with you on one. A pleasant surprise to see hojv easily you can get tliis dinner service. Others do it, why don't you? CITY AN1> JMSTBICT I.asl evening the Knights of Pyth- ias marched in a lioily to St. Cypri- an's church, where they attended di- vine service. They were addressed by Uev. W. V. McMillcn, who delivered a very eloquent sermon lo the order. Secretary .1. W. McN'ieol is busy j getting the hooks o! the fair in shnpo he will be in a position to givo'j out a statement of (he finances of the j exhibition. He-is anxious that all'! persons having accounts against the U society shall hand them in to him as soon as possihle. H. L. Andrews, of Carmangay dis-1" Specials for Saturday -j._._i_u.mumga Preserving Peaches per case FreeStone have a complete line of Fresh Fruits and Apples ___.... 3 Ibs. for per box 1'ejirg .........2 Ibs. for per box Crab Apples.....................Per Ib. 15c Plums .......................Basket 45c Fresh Ibs. for 35c Canieloiiims, large.............. .2 for 3oc Watermelon................... ,5c per Ib. Cauliflower...................'.20c each Fjnefit Spanish Ibs. for 25c SPECIAL, LIME JUICE GRAPE JUICE Lime Juice................Pint Bottle 45c Lime Juice ..............Quart Bottle 85c Grape Juice ----.................Pint 30c Grape Juice.....................Quart 55c The Bentley Co'y. LtA SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRK HAM BROS Wno Fills Your Prescriptions? Yon will do well to let us fill .your pre- scriptions. Every chemical in our Pre- scription Department represents the highest known quality. Every prescription is put up by thoroughly qualified registered graduate pharmacists. JACKSON COPE VHERLOCK BLOCK PRESCRIPTION to JOHNSTON JACK3QN. PHONE 12JI j nrwins; Lcthbrirlge acijuaintancuh. He i Icfl; (his morning for Edmonton and Krl-son. i Phil well known in Western Camilla baseball circles, and a former member of tiie l.ethbridgc pitching down to this city from Calgary yesterday, and spent today "n fi business trip to Barons. The de.ilh occurred in the city terday of. the seven days' old rhild of George Stuart, Thn funeral tuok plncu this nflernoon al Rev. A. M. Cordon the minister in charge of the service. F. Gauld, of Petrolea, On- tario, .arrived in the city on Satiir-1 day. Tic was formerly .associated. with back past. I-fc is. Did yon get a sample of ORDERLIES given freest our E display at the These laxative candles are t.he best in their line, and are always the same. Sold only at, The Store MANUFACTURERS OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER J.D. Kigintata ratnlly acd blspentlBf-'', ChcmlsU ud Day KI Nliht Bell on Front Door BUSINESS. LOCALS Call GB8, the Lethbridge Messenger Service foe quick message .and bag- je delivery. Office 327 Round St. five elegant pianos we had on exhibition nt the Fair will all ho on sale at reduced prices taking a chair Mr. Kaako's barber iat Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Mason In spite of the partial crop failure in X'orth Dakota Mr. llannwn, who J lias n section' nt Wilson Siding states that the corn crop then: is bettor j there than it hns ever been, while the j acreasc is twice as great. The farm- or that state are going into mix-j rd and an.1 giving their at- tention to irixed fanning rather than to whrat farming such as was form- erly the case. AND SWEET AND P.LAIN SODAS Risch Piano Co., new. Dominion Hlouk, 216-2 .See the New York Police at the Eureka tonight. Also Stiicknm's East Lynnc. II. E. Browning, expert piano lun- ig, with Jkison Kisch phone 791. 700-0 Phone 733 for general draying. trict, has recently closed a deal with, one of the lending hotels ot the city OF.the purchase of his entire crop o( i lotatocs from a field of ten acres. Mr. Andrews thinks UK field will av- erage about 150 bushels to the acre, nigging operations will soon be in full swing. Mr. Andrews also has another field that received more spe- cial attention and he considers it will yield nearly three hundred bushels per acre.. He is enthusiastic as regards possibilities attendant on potato raising in. Southern Albertn. Large and interested crowds viewed the street parade of the "Gentry Hros' ,Nfew Shows" held this morning tt eleven o'clock. The parade con- the usual line-up from the iircus lent, comprising caged ani- mals, three brass bands, elephants, camels, clowns and caliope. A large lumber 'of the more intjuisitiii; -fol- lowed the parade to their headquar- ters to witness the free exhibition. The side show was a combination of wonders, snake charmers, dancing girls and darky comedians, that cat- ered to the amusement loving public until-the main show doors were op- ened at -1 o'clock. On Wednesday night A. E. Easton leaves for New Westminster, B. 0., where.he has purchased a going con- cern and will go into business there immediately. The business is a large, one and Mr. Easton considers .him- self fortunate in securing it. In Mr, Easton Lethbridge loses one of its most successful business men. For fif- teen years he has been a successful harness and saddlery dealer in the city, and has always shown himself a wide awake merchant with the ut- most faith in I.cthhridge. He has acquired a large amount of property j during- that, time and still believes i that l.cthbridge is one of the coming j cities of the west. In leaving i.eth- briclgc he still retains his holdings lii-re in the Eckstorm and Easton grocery business, and also in their liay and grain business. seeing a good business opening in New West- minster he has taken it over and as soon as he gets it in running order expects to return to I.cthhridge to look after bis business again. IIow- ,ercr, he thinks that h New Westminster in future and look after his I.ethhridgc interests from there. Consequently Mrs. Easton and Sporting Goods WADERS VESTS COATS CARRIERS GUNS FROM Everything to make your out- fit complete ARTHUR HAYR Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Bo, 27 Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 25c 3Sc 4Oc SOc CITY AND DISTRICT r THE'BEAVER BOARD in tlie Booths at the Exhibi- tion was furnished hy Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, Good service. Alberta Cartage Co. 200-23 .loin, T. Hall, publicity commis- Complete change tonight at the Eu- sione, of the Hoard of Trade, is very j fc msil lL___, ill in the (ialt Hospital. He entered I (lie hospital about ten days ago, suf- feiing with hemorrhage of the nasal j passages. during the past two or Snead, of Medicine Hat, is a I three days lias developed erysipelas i business visitor to the city, laud is in a r't'Mcal condition. His Andrew Hackctt, of Crow's Nest, sister, Miss Hall, from Brandon, is is spending the day in the city. Mr. 'at present in the city, having been llaekeU is a prospector, and was one called to his bedside when the the first prospectors in the symptoms developed. j dyke. In 1897 he was in Dawson I Mrs. S. C. Witwer, of this city, j with C. J. Kckslorm, of the Dallas' will set a S5.HO pair of shoes free by j Hotel. Mr. Hackctt is an old timer! calling at the Foot .Toggery. Mrs. in the west and knows the Rocky Witwer is ihe first person guessing j Mountains for hundreds of miles in' nearest the size, of the hig hoot on j the north. Speaking of his esperanc- cxhibition at the Foot Toggery's es in the Klondykc, Mr. Hackctt said that he went north from Seattle af- family have removed I0 that place, f. O. BOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 581 the boolh at. the Fair. She guessed correcl size. M, and hers was second guess registered. Four ers guessed the correcl. size. The guesses, an.oun.ting to about ranged from size 9 to size 150. the i ter earning enough money to tike him there by building the foundations for .Mm Hill's coal slinles there. "I broke and I out broke kilt I had lome experience." where Mr. lOaston will join them this week. I.ethhridge per-ile are sorry t0 sec Mr. Easton go, as he has that booi'ting, progressive spirit which lu-Ips so much in building up the bustling city of the prairies. SELKIRK CONCLUDES POWER AGREEMENT Selkirk, Man., Aug. igreement with the S. and L.-W. Ry. for a supply of hydro-electric en- ergy was finally signed yesterday ind a copy of the. executed agreement was iled today at the town ball. The agreement is tho culmination of more than two years' constant negotiation wilh various power proposals by the town authorities and marks the most important forward step yet taken or any of the towns of Manitoba. the terms of this agreement Selkirk will receive 100 or more home power of .electric energy from the company My. ing therefore MO per horie power per annum and por horse power for ad- ditional current. I1 RAIN IN MANITOBA Jlorden, Mlin., Aug. light rtln which nlnrted to morn. Ing continued throughout the ifny. Threshing will be set hick at tatst en account of Quaker Bread "It has that creamy-rich flavor, llghtncgs and whiteness that adds to the relish." coal ana ronr itrength btUnf brawl when you can QUAKER BREAD to Juit pkou 1087 and ft will do the rest. THE BAKER GILMORE TI10 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Famous 'Minerva' Paints Made by Pinchin Johnson Co. in England 1834 Now prepared at their factory in Toronto. Contain absolutely the highest grade in-' grediejits possible lo secure. Full line for all reoniremenU. House Finishes, Enamels, Floor Paints, Shingle Stains, Barn and Factory Paintg. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. C4MNM ITM 4TN AVI. LETMBftlMI. ;