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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta [# MM BUB TO Ai. TRAINS S Hotel Windsor 6Bee* f US a Day Hotai In AltaWtt The Lethbridge Daily Herald  WHIN IN L1THBRI0 81   The Dallas Hrtiil J * la tha Beat and Moat Cm tvai�-   tent Place* to �UT  This space will tell the daily story of The Busy Hard St araware ore The One That Saves You Money Graniteware Sale Now On C. W. GRAY Right Now is the Best Time to Preserve Crawford Peaches and Italian Prunes Our car from Lewiston, Idaho, is due to arrive here to-night. The following prices are undoubtedly as low as good fruit will be sold at this year Blank Books We have just received a large shipment of Blank Books. You will find our BookB are LABOR SAVERS as we have them from Twcto twenty-four columns. Call and inspect them. THE OFFICE STATIONERS ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK #1MT �0*m WEST OF UNION SANK. PHONE 1I�*> AQCNT8 FOR EMPIRE AND UNDEftWOOO TYPEWRITER* Crawford Peaches Italian Prunes Per 201b case . $1.15 Per 201b case . . . $1.15 Bartlett Pears Ripe Tomatoes Per 401b case . $2.50 Per 201b case. . . $125 Italian Prunes Silver Prunes Per 251b crate, 4 baskets � SI-40 Per 251b crate, 4 baskets $1.40 Water Melons Canteloupes Per lb . . 5 cts. Each 10 cts. and 15 cts. PHONES! Craeary Da�t SMl Wfceleeale Dept. 1171. Ico Craam Dept. SET. THE GOOD COMPANY PH0NHs HIGH CLAAS GROCERS Cr8e,r* 0ept- MSl ME OREAM FRUIT ANB CONFECTIONER* Wholesale Oapt 1271, WHOLESALE �, RETAIL laa Craam Oapt. S27. WEATHER KODAKS Let us do your Developing! We guarantee expert work and 'satisfaction. We have a complete assortment of films. Let us show you the VEST POCKET KODAK and Enlarging Camera at the- The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Carry Out Your Doctor's Intentions , ..When your doctor diaajuoees your case and prescribe* for you, he intends you to follow hi* direction not only 1n taking the medicine exactly aa he saye but in securing the exact medicine that he indlcataa. In our Prescription Department are take particular pains to safeguard your health and to assist yoar doctor by using nothing but jane, powerful, full strength chemicals and drugs. Send jour-prescriptions to us. JACKSON & CO. PREBtlMPVION BRUGGIBTS 8HMMOK BLOCK. PHONB �L Lethbridge, clear ... Red Deer, cloudy ... \ \ Calgary, cloudy ...... Macleod, clear ........ Medicine Hat, fair ... Prince Albert, clear . Humboldt, cloudy ... Yorkton, cloudy ..... Moose Jaw, cloudy . Qu'Appelle, cloudy ... Broadview, cloudy .. Swan River, cloudy . Russell, cloudy ...... Virden, cloudy ....... Winnipeg, fair ......... Kamloops, cloudy .... Grand Forks ........... Coronation, cloudy ... Brooks, cloudy ...... j Battleford, [air ....... Saskatoon, cloudy ... Kanisaek; cloudy ..... Swift Current, clear ..... 65 48 Regina, cloudy............ 58 50 Indian Head, cloudy ...... 59 33 Moosomin, cloudy ......... 52 40 Dauphin, cloudy .......... 56 47 Minnedosa, cloudy ......... 53 50 Brandon, cloudy ......... 57 51 Port Arthur, cloudy ...... 70 52 Nelson........................ 66 55 The weather in Alberta has been warm and clear with a few showers. Manitoba and Saskatchewan have been cool with rain. FORECAST : All West-Cool and showery in many localities. 64 70 77 78 74 53 59 53 70 60 55 70 60 64 69 62 70 60 73 72 51 50 30 50 !0 52 47 53 4!) 50 53 50 CITY ANT> DISTRICT Joined Har Huaband Mis. M. Mudrak, of Austria, arrived at Stafford Monday to join her husband, who has been out here for the past three years. Band Concert Thursday If the weather permits there will be a band concert in Gait Gardens tomorrow evening commencing at & o'clock sharp. .44 .50 .37 .60 .32 .25 .32 .37 .50 .40 .20 CITY AND DISTRICT A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity, No. 9311, A. O. F., will hold a special meeting in Unity Hall tomorrow night at 7.30. Special business and initiation. Paint Your House for the Congress Get the beat paint and the best painters. It costs no more. Let's talk it over. Advice t� colors, etc. and estimates free. Let us give you references from local patrons, Wall Paper, Burlaps, Painters Supplies, etc. WELLINGTON BROS. 613-lOth St. South Phone 1472 Read the 'Bay Advt. The Hudson's Bay Co., have an important announcement're their delivery system in their regular advertising space today. Mines Buay Again The mines are working in full swing and many homesteaders can be found dally at the Colliery offices seeking employment for the winter. Special Offer ..for.. School Opening A BIG BALLOON GIVEN AWAY TO EVERY PUPIL purchasing school supplies to the amount of Ipcor more. Our stock of school supplies Is very targe and. represents big value in every �line.' Come in and let us show you what we have. DON'T FORGET - Buy your school supplies.at the Red Cross and get a big1, balloon free of cost. Red Cross Drug & Book Co. Ltd. Phone 585 3rd Ava. S. Send in Your Bill All persons having accounts against the Lethbridge Exhibition Board should �end them in to the secretury at the earliest convenience. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts Everything' on wheels for the baby. iJ-Wheel sulkies, irx �wood and wicker. with side protectors,.........$4.00 & $5.50 Small folding go-carts, just the thing for summer____...............$3.50 and $4.50 Collapsible go-carts, in red, green aWd black, best Victoria cloth covers $8.75 to $8c English Perambulators, large and roounv lined with finest leather $30.00 to $6(UH) Carriages in all designs and prices, from $15.00 to....................____$40.00 HAVE A LOOK AT OUR FAIR EXHIBIT Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Bawden Brothers Hull Block Phone 625-3rd Ave. _ULii_ii_iin.i-irir- ------------ �' ���� i ������ ~i r.-ii-,iM,i,j^i Police Co art Three d. and d's appeared before the beak this morning, two went to ( the guard room for ten days each ! and one was dismissed. John Me- | Auley, a vag, was given a chance to get himself a job. "Royal Edward" Reaches Port Mr. S. B. Mitchell, local agent, has received word that the C. N. R. liner "Royal Edward" will dock at Quebec tonight. Western cabin passengers should reach Lethbridge Monday next and third class passengers on Wednesday. Will Arrive September 15th Word has been received that Rev. Mr. Woodsworth, the new pastor of Westminster church, will arrive in the city in time to occupy his pulpit September 15th. SCHOOL SUPPLIES We carry a full stock of scribblers, exercise hooks, pencils, public and high school text books and all other requisites for school work. KENNY & ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE 8UPPLIE8 OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 1487 Mr. Gaakell's Trip ,f. B. Gaskell, who was reported as having goae to Calgary to take charge of the orchestra in the Sherman Grand Theatre there, stated to the Herald today that there was no truth in the report. Mr. Gaskell said he only went to Calgary to obtain certain information concerning the orchestra. BUSINESS LOCALS For quick baggage service, phon* 70- Rex Cigar Store. 1H Pure, rich, thick cream-Shipments received . dally; pints, 25c, quarts, 45c-Geo. Kerr A Co. 210-0 H E. Browning, piano tuner with Mason & Risen, Ltd., phone 791. 300-0 Phone 666 the Messenger Service for proTipt message and baggage delivery. Miss Tilney will hold her Fall Millinery Opening Thursday. August 29, also the two following days. Friday and 'Saturday, when she will show a large range of pattern hats from different markets. The display of Gage hats Is larger than at any former opening. Miss Tilney most cordially invltjs all the ladies of Lethbridge and/vicinity to call and see her choice and handsome millinery at 817-.1rd Ave. South. 220- Simply A Snap Think of It! A Fountain Pen (or 45c Cheaper than lead pencils. While they last, onl}' 45 cents. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store Jackson Acquitted Jackson, the negro, charged with picking the pocket of Tom Poweis in the Cosmopolitan hotel, was tried yesterday before Magistrates Bentley and West and was acquitted. Owing td his unquestionably unsavory relations he was given until 12 o'clock to leave the city. Tools for Building Trades CARPENTERS. BRICKLAYERS PLASTERERS, ELECTRICIANS I RON WORKERS The Leading Brands in Latest Ideas BISSTON, STANLEY. ATKINS, "0. V. B." "KEEN KUTTER," STARRET, P. S. & W, GOODELL-PRATT AND NORTH BROTHERS , CITY AND DISTRICT Is Visiting Vancouver A. E. Humphries, inspector of immigration agencies here, left yesterday for Vancouver where he will spend the next ten days in connection with the work of his department. Death of a Visitor The death took place in the city last night of Thomas Do-anally, aged 31 years. Deceased had been visiting here and was taken suddenly ill on Monday last, death coming suddenly. The late Mr. Donnally was the agent for the Wells-Fargo Express at Ard-more, Okla. Deceased is survived by his wife, who accompanied her husband on his visit here. The remains will be sent to Ardmore for interment. j The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. I 80RNER aTH �T. ANP 4TH AVE, LCTHBRIOGI. To Hold Firat Picnic j The first annual picnic of the Sun-', day school of the Disciples of Christ1 will be held tomorrow afternoon. The children from the North Ward and the eastern part of the city to meet at the corner of 13th St. S., and Stta Ave. S., Immediately after school, about 4.30 p.m., and from there the , party will go to the river bottom and < enjoy a picnic lunch together. All1 members of the school together with ' their friends are Invited to join us In 1 this outing. 1 COWLEY Baby Dead Nellie Florence Little, aged three months, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Little, of 124 19th street, North Ward, died In the city yesterday. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10.30; from the family' residence to the public cemetery, Cowley, Aug. 26.-J. C. Drewery returned home today from Lethbridge, where he did the trick again of cleaning up everything in the Percherou horse class. He won seventeen first prizes and numerous second prizes, championship cup, etc. His Holstelu cattle won eight firsts and as many seconds. He also took several firsts In the individual grain and vegetables. Mrs. Dave Laughen, of Gran urn, is this week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welsh. Misses Florence and Mable Frazer, Lulu Tompson and Kthel Welsh visited 'Macleod on Thursday. A dance is being given in the Opera House on Tuesday, August 27, in honor of a couple of young ladies who are leaving here tiltls week after spending their summer vacation in this district, i D. K. Mclvor and family left on Thursday night for Ontario. He expects to be away for about a month. Miss Mary McKitehie arrived in town on Friday from Fernie. She is staying at Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Bower-louue, Lawn Fence Makes your residence look Fifty Per cent More Valuable* WE HAVE THE BEST no inches high.......................................13c per foot 36 inches high...................................... 16c per foot 16 inch. Trellis for Arches.......................... 9c. per foot bare Company THRESHERS SUPPLIES Endless Canvas Belts; Leather Belting; ' Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Penberthy Injectors, Lubricators, Oil and Grease Cups SARLOCK PACKING FOR ALL PURPOSES Large Stock Immediate Shipment Agents for Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Oil Tractors, Gasoline Engines, Etc. Orders from THE TRADE especially solicited J. B. Turney & Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbridge, Alta. 1245-2nd Ave. S. ;