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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ---ivi TTmiilav. /lllflTUSt 29. 1010. I* wm  m   0 0 U|p.i�rt A M9M Cenvtn lent * fie DaUas Hotol * � '"^JpNIN IN LCTHVniDQE * Ihe Lethbridge Daily Herald ; Hotel Windsor   Bett 11.25 a Day Hetal In �  Alberta �  pbee bus to aLl TRAINB Z It Pays For Itself Why not have one? Aim-omaLo vho:^es pride in her bakins will invattaWy at>pre-Ctetftthe DUPLEX DRAFT. For H accounts \argely *t>r beautiful and evenly browned bak-Jas always turned out with the Monarc'j itange. In an ordinary range you shift the pans from here to thero cover tbAiBWlth brown paper and even then, as often us not, the loaves �UI oame out burned'on one side,-halt done on (ho other. Ifa because the lire is hot in one part of the fire box and dead is aaoth�r. II the draft comes .up ihroush that side or end of the firebox on which the damper openinss; happen to be. An uneven fire of this kind aoi onlv does poor work but it 'wastes a lot of fuel-shaken down with the ashes. � n the MONARCH all this is overcome by adniittins; air under both ends of the firebox at the sacie time. This is aecomiilisiicd by tlHs DDPUSX DRAFT which has two draft doors situated divcctly Opposit each other on the front and back of the ranse. Alwila fir BlMrwIifWltllama Raady MImd Paint. Uck-Sehl Hardware ^ WMOnALC � RETAIt REOPATH STREET PHONE TO-P. 0. BOX CTO W* thra ifMlai attmtlm to mall ordara SCHOOL BOOKS Texjt Books, Sapplementaix Naders. Exercise Books. Scribblers. Pens, Pencils, Erasers, Kulers, School Bags Everything necessary for School Opening on 29th WMtooy Biack Vint door west Unloa Bank Phone 1265. Ir absollte satisfaction Ttef* are sot manr droga that yon are well acqoainted �witlt, and witea yea Auy them , you probably hara to rely on the man who knows. la (he aelimg ol drugs we guarantee absolute satisfaction, absolute reUab;'.;:;-, purity and potency. You ge'- a service here that is guaractesd in every way to give you satis!i(.tion. WATER GLASS /' The reliable Egg Preserver Now fe Ihe time to preserve � eggs. Next January you'll be looking for the fresh egg tha: can't be found unless you lu* Higinbotham's Water Glass. One lb. makes a gallon of preservative. We can quote you good prices in lots of 50 lbs. at 7Ae ^9^9UaJUL Store I i. li9iiilot6iiiiftCo.lti Family and Dispensing Chemiats Night and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door KERR'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST BE SURE AND NOT MISS BUYING OUR CHOICEST PRUIT FOR PRESERVING PLUMS-Case ........$1.40 PEACHES-Case ......$1.40 PEARS-Case .........$3.20 BLACKBERRIES-Case $3,80 We have some very fine POTATOES-At $2,75 per 100 CABBAGE-Per lb.....3 1-2c The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr & Co. Groctrlca, Fruit, VeB�tabl�a and Crockery Phone 14S3 BETTER PRESERVE Fiecstoiic Pcaflics and BarMett Pears i; while the tiiialify is the best and the price the lowest. The car of A.ssorted Fruit which we just received from Wasli-iugdin is Hie tin?st wo have had this year, aud we have' received word from there that Freestone Peaches and I3artlett Pears ate aliuosi over. While this car lasts we will sell Freestone Peaches, Elbertas or Crawfords, per case, 20 lbs., $1.30. Bartlett Pears, per case, 40 lbs. $2.90. AVait for our car of Prunes to arrive next week. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 625 PROMPT DELIVEPY chickeK LniE JllEl G SHERbC -SOMETHING NEW- 15 MEATS, FOWL AND PASTE IN CLASS We Have: TONGUE. TURKEY AND TONGUE, ETC. Also A Full T.ine Of HAM. grape FRUri', ROOT BEER, ETC, .dock &> Vi UILDING FAMILY GROCERS mer PHONE SIS business locals BailiR's sale tomorrow, Tuesday at - in the Donnan Block, oppo- �siii; the Firt HaU i; consistine oi sla-ttonciy, picture postcards, tobaccos, store iixiutcs, eu'. Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and baggage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. '210-0 Complete change o! prograin at the Eurt-ka tonis'it -VU new people and new pictures. Hurry, hurry. The Same Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckatorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-� See (he Tramp and the Soubrette at the Kureiia tonight. Call up C'lovvn Uieaoers, corner ot Redpath and BuideU streets, opposite Methodist church. Jhono Hi. The Citizens Club wilf hold a dance oa Wednesday, Aug. 31st (I.auricr Day) in the Caledonian Hall. AH members are cordially invited to attend. Carnation Club members are GOOD LUMBER CHEAP! You will lose money if you do 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 Gafi iment A mi^alty Extensljtine of POTWS, PASW ANil ' DeJ|iCIES Served We sta for qua Roch ftiiiiptly. iibertaOriiiand Book Co. Prmcription Specialists 1.1, mi, Mir. itmiiifiE THE WEATHER t'dmonton, cloudy ....____ 54 4:! Cajgary, cloudy ____ (>4 4'i Lethbridge, cloudy \ ..... 07 44 , The weather throughout the prairie also heartily invited to join us. Good i provinces has been mostly fair; in music good time. 218-3 Alanltoba it has -been moderately a,;iifv. i~ (,,,nrr.m- T.TP�.dav at warm but temperatures have been low OTY AND DMRia Sarah Marie Holland, aeed 38. wife oi Albert Holland, died in the ciiy yesterday, the cause of death beina; meningitis. The deceased was born in Paris. France, and with her hus-bandiB came to Lethbridge sonii; month.s ago from .Soiftbampton, England. The (tmeral will take place tomorrow from T. .S, Fetterly's un-dertakicj^ Parlors, Ford street, the Anglican cemetery. The townsfte of Sylvanite, Montana, which to'wn �wa.s destroyed a, few days aeo in one of the big foi;est fires waiting at the other side of the! site the Fire Hall r consistine of stationery, picture posti-ards, tobaccos, store tixtures, etc. For Labor day, September 5, 1910, the Canadian Pacific Railway will authorize a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale Septi 2 to 5 inclusive, final return limit September 7. 1910, For full partic-\ ulars apply to nearest Canadian Pacific ' Ticlcet Agent. Fall millinery opening on Wednesday and followine davs at Miss Coolis ley, DuHerin street. ' 219-2 The .Mcxandra Hotel Barber .Shop has changed hands, now beins under the management ot Frank Thomas, j iornierly proprietor ot the shop in the basement oi the Oliver block, now owned by A. C. Messer. ther west rain and thunder storms ijave occurred and it is raining at Brandon and Estevan. Forecast, >Ianitoba: Partly fair, local showers or thunderstorms tonight and on Tuesday. Saskatchewan, partly fair and cool, showers and local thunder storms. Alberta: A few scattered showers of rain or sleet but partly fair and cool. Local frost tonlsht. CITY AND DISTRICT border, is owned by C. R. Henderson. Ol Calgary: C. R. Westgate, of Moot-real, dnd .7. II. Ehlers, of Spokane, all three Kentlcmcn well known in Lethbridge, the first and last named being here every few days in connection with the Bow River Collieries, which They control. The Henderson svndicatr also own the Lincoln Gold Mining Co \s plant- at .Sylvanitc, II vva.-, also totally destroyed in Tlfc city's steam shovel, which was started to work excavating a sewer trench on London Road, has been to 1 niovi-d from there over to Charles street in the DufT .addition. It was found impossible to wotii it upon Loudon Road. Owine to the wooden force main passing up the street and numerous connections having been made, the ground was found to be very damp, so that the sides o! the trench caved in under the 45-ton weigftt of the shovel. Cf* ' AND enl;^6a a few i DISTRICT : ini .Satur-day vs visit to ev-1 al- : Michel,