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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta H- 4. FREE BUS TC ALL Hotel Windsor J .1. Itl.t 11.23 i Oay Hottl In 4, Alb.rti Lettibridge Daily Herald WHIN IN LETMBRIDXtl Tlie Dallasi littcl J. It th. .nd Mnt Ccmwn- j. Plait to SUCCESSFUL HUNTERS JSUY THEIR SUPPLIES That's Ilieyare successful. The 'supplies we sell tiro the very highet qiuilily and the very newest, in the lines. We are leaders hi every I hi good in Sporting Goods We sell at moderate prices and we want your trade. SHOT single or double ban-el styles, pump gnus, and repeaters; a style to suit every hunter, at to LOADED SHELLS just the riant load for light or heavy guns. Every good make. YOU NEED we have the very best to sell you. Scotch makes, which keep you dry all day lone- Our prices are low. HUNTING to fil. bis or small men, and of quality to suit. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. AGENTS FOR SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT p, o. BOX STOKE OPEN THIS EYEXIXG 1TES- DAY EYEMXG FOli THOSE WANTING School Supplies ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK DOOR WEST Of UNION BANK. PHONE 128V EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and tlie.Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner o' their compounding. The drugs we offer are strMy of ihe highest class. Our training. Bperienco and equipment assara that all medicines will be com- pounded right. Bring all your prescriptions bero to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. f SPECIALISTS. A. B, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Who Fills Your Prescriptions? You will do well to let: us fill your pre- scriptions. Every chemical in our Pre- scription Department represents ('lie highest known quality. Every prescription-is put up by thoroughly qualified registered graduate pharmacists. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Succeiion to JOHNSTON i JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 1231 MANUFACTURERS OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PI-AIM SODAS SAVE 20 to 10 PER CENT. FUEL By Installing ALL-METAL WEATHER STRIPS ON WINDOWS AND DOORS LCRS expensive and bolter by far htonn windows. Loose and brul-fitUng Sash and Doors, imido air nnd dust proof by instal- ling All-Metal Weather Strips. DOCP not (Hsrtgiire sash or door. Can be applied to nny window, now or old. Now is the time to no seasons. Kuttmntos given. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. EXTRA CHOICE PRESERVING FRUIT A car load just unloaded FREESTONE PRESERVING PEACHES Twciil.v-l'ouiirt discs. I'rlcc per C 1 1j% OIIBO lu EXTRA QUALITY CRAWFORDS 4 FOSTERS Tweiuyrciiiml I'ascs. I'rli'f ner ft 9K BARTLETT PEARS I'-ilu-st for forty-pound cases. Only cusos to he sold nl this iMice. Spc- ej) wlillo tlioy lust, per COOKING APPLE3 In fifty-pound cases. Theso are, exoepllonnlly Kood cookint! npples. Only id cusen at iiiln price. Speeial. wlillo they last, iu-r ease..................... Three and one-half pounds, for 25c MAIM STORE ROUND ST. 523 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AMD CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL ST. BRANCH PHONE 62' THEWEATHEK W.: Glvs Special Attention It, Mill Order, I Edmonton, fair raliary. fair I1 clear fair U'orl Arilmr. fair j Knmlonps, cleat i N'clwn o-.Yl i'ne prairie prov- imvs was moderately warm, lifiht, diownrs of rain report I'll. KOIJKCAST Manitoha-Soulh-cast winds, fair and warmer. Saskatchewan and today, tlifii showery again. CITY DISTRICT Guv after spcnrtinR some weeks with friends here, returned this to Killam, where he is in Wiree of ar. elevator for one oi, the larse strain companies. j i A. anrt .1. ot New; j I West. 25 miles north oi Taher, state; that the crops in'that district are, splendid. They have 200 acres in crop. The wheat used 3i Ibs. of twine to the acre, and the oats IS Its. .1. VY. ,lones, organist at St. AIIR- has returned from his vaca- lion anil will reside penianently in, Lctlihriilge. He will give lessons in; organ and piano-forte playing, voice j cultivation and theory, at the Con-j strvatory oi Music. il. S. Farrow, iiianngi'i' of the. UliihriilRi: Steaai Laundry, receiveil j a teh'sram yesterday conveying the j sad nows of his mother's death, at I F.nge'ne, III., where she has liven I since 1S48. She, with her 'arrived in the famous ffillianctlc vat-! ley hy ox ream in that year. Jlnii.iSi.-r Green, of the Kllison Mill- In' anil Klevalor Co., spent day at Diamond City setting the' I company's newly purchaseii clcvalor iin condition to receive the supply oi new grain cxpecteil to come in soon, j Today lip visited Welling, Raymond anil Magrath to look over the plants oi ihe company at those points. Work is heing rapidly pushed on the sewer extensions on 13th .41. A large gang of men and the excavating ma-1 chine are now at work east oi Xo. 3j lirehaU. Operations are also under j way. for the connection oi tcr sciu.ol with the main sewer. This' will fill a long felt, want in school life. The first new wheat of the season received hy the elevators is thought In he that recently hroiiRht to the delator of Ihe Taylor Milling at Diamond City. A new extension j is lii-ins put on the driveway oi the1 ahove company's mill at l.ethhridge. This makes the turn much more con- venient besides affording ample scope j to work in the weighing booth. The contract for the concrete fonn- j dations of the f1. Burns' new hlock; on Third Ave.. has liecn awarded to j the Concrete Constructions, Ltd.. and i the. work Is now well in hand. This hlock is being rushed to completion i at record speed, anil Mr. Woodyard, ll-.e superintendent. in charge, :hopcs to have it ready tor occupation in-: side three months after the first sod i turned. j Murray A. Sheppard, representing! the McCiitehcon Bros, veal estate 'firm of Calgary, is in the city today, j Mr. Sheppatd slates that while Cal- gary is dooming he expects that it; will not he long now until the city! settles down to a steady growth. The people of Calgary look a boom s in l.ethhridge property as soon as i the 131S crop is hnrvcstcil. and 'the disastrous coal strike settled. lie has jnsl returned fronv a trip to I Moore -law and stales lhat the strike i has affected business there to a con- siderable extent, and the people in the iiio'.-inci: of Saskatchewan are he- ginning to hi'Ct-Mie very anxious rc- 11 carrlin'.1; their coal supply for the com- ing winter. L1MOGKS Open Sloc VIOLET POMPADOUR PATTERN Everything you need In a dinner set. Buy :i few pieces tit, :i time and you soon have n im.-tty Limoirt'S IMimer Ser- vice and never miss the mon- ey. Lot us figure with you on one. A pleasant surprise to see how easily you cnn get this dinner servitio. Others do it, why don't you? SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAPI BROS 3l5.Six1hSt PhoteSSfe .Did you irel a sample of OKDEKLTES given our display at the These laxative candies are the best in their line, and are ahvays the same. Sold only at store THE FACTS ABOUT SMUGGLING CASE The local morning journal a garbled account in their Saturday! morning issue about an American far-j mer, Matt N'olnn, stating that he bad been arrested for driving ten head of1 with sundry household goods j across I he line, and endeavoring to, I evade the customs. i j As a matter of fact, Mr. Nolan i owns a section of land at Wilson Sid- j ins, and loaded an emigrant car at' .Minneapolis, billing it for Lcthhridge. j On the arrival of the car in this after having been passed by the cus- tom's oflicials at Portal, the C.l'.R. authorities turned the car over to the owners, ami they, thinking the duly had been properly looked after by the officials, unloaded the stock, taking them to Wilson Siding. However, the formalities had evi- dently not all been n I tended to the horses were by the Mount- I cd Police, pending an investigation, and Mr. Nolan was required to put up a bond for the full value of the car. The whole mailer was a mistake on the part ot the authorities here on tinning the car over to the" owners; without seeing lhat the custom for-j realities were attended to, and Mr. j Nolan stairs thru. Ill- never had the slightest intention of evading the j customs, as the report stated. MAGRATHAT BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Aug. A. Ma- grath, the Conservative 'candidate, spoke to a good-sized audience io. l.indmiist's Hall here tonight, com-, posed mostly oi Liberals, in fact, fully more' than two-thirds' being firm i (believers in reciprocity. Magralh I spoke for nearly an hour and his ad- j dress was more of an apology for his altitude on the question, and the open expression of all present was that Mr. Magrath did his candidature verv little good hy his address, j Mis treatment of the subject was j vague, and but. few could see the points he wished to show and they P.ast Lynnc, at the Eureka tonight faith. j The Liberals are pleased with his j address, as it certainly was full of holes ami contradictions. Faffillr and plspeollnt ChemlBtB pflgnt Ho. 322 Ntltht on Front Pool BUSINESS LOCALS only Don't miss Call 666. the Lethbritlge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- race delivery. Office 327 Round St. V 215-1 0-r-Hrfca, (ho best picture program ever seen in tlin city last night. H. 'E. "lirowning, expert piano Presented at t 1'P III flit. TIlF ing, with Itason Risch Piano Co., phone 791. Phone 733 for general draying. Good service. Alberts Cartage Co GHR. NViilig will sp.Il hy public Auc- tion at tlie Labor Tpmple, corner 4th AT THE EUREKA A progr.iiMn'e well worth v of com- prtsontcil at this popular! last night. The first number, "The York Police Force" was j full of interesting and exciting inci-jt ilents. such as ratcliing ninaways, i J resting fast auto drivers hy means of j moior cjclps. Their drills and imny j j olhni iPitts of interest. "Red I'on- Ue. and St., S., on -Thursday, 'quest was a beautiful comedy i'r 3ist. at 2.30, a large iniontily f house-hold furniture. The assort- nient is extensive and is in good con- (trjnia hy tiic Srlig Company, show- inc; an. exciting fire "Max, the Miiaician." a roaring comedy dition. 218-2 Specials for Saturday Preserving Peaches per case FreeStone We have a complete line of Fresh '.fruits and ..--r" .3 per box Pears lor per box Apples ......-............I'er lb. 15c Plums...................... ItasUct 45c Fresh Tomatoes ..............2 Ibs. for ('nuleloiipes, large...............- 35c Wiiteniielou lb. Cauliflower .'...................-20c caeh Finest Spanish Onions........4 Ibs. for 25c 81'KCIAL. LIME JUICE GKAPE JUICE Lime Juice .Tint Bottle Lime Juice ..............Quart Bottle 85c Grape Juice 30c Grape Juice 55c The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Sporting Goods WADERS VESTS COATS CARRIERS GUNS FROM Everything to make your out- fit complete ARTHUR HAYR Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 25c 35c 4Oc 5Oc d GILMORE 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTrf Ilii: I'bronolonist, Phvsiogonomist, Gra- phoiigist, Hnom 33, Arlington. Con- sviKatioii free. Prices to meet situ-j atinn. Hours 10 to 13 a.m., 1 to (j p.m., 7 to 10 p.m. a Patlie Company, which is one "f CITY AlVD DISTRICT i the host film producing companies in the woritl today. The n.'.inagcr says he is endeavoring 1U to yive his patrons the very best pic- 21S-1 available and each change of, --------I programme this week will he box of- .That ihe A. MacDonalcl Co., of j Winnipeg, intends to live up to the: promises of llic head ot the concern, A. MacDonald, tuade while he was in ra winners. LONDON p. 0. BOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. 3. BATTERY PRIZE Aug. 2S.-The Seventh Bat- of nrigade. A. acona, tuae we e was n ,i4 percent, of the points lln: cily recently, is eviilcnccd hv the aole, won the King's Prixe and the manner in which (hey are rushing the aecretary for War's prize at the ar- worl; for the new warehouse. The tniery competition. They also won excavation will completed within M- .Morrison's and Tol. S. c Lhipre-R s pnxcs. Second place WHS a ,ew days, and the toncretc on- n. Ud., have heel, awarded K. L. floin. of l.CHVriiworMi, I sas. suicidal by ?.00 ft ;i (o pavcninit- bclov.'. firing for tin.- rcn-ption ot the Duke of I' iiaushl at Ottawa. lcry icry oi ino ixmniiid niis-ine. UIIIKI n-.tlii- for the concrete pmcoa Ba rollowi: tions. Saul and Irish of inirfl. glxth fourtli. Third Ea- .biivf ihe contrant for supcrstruc-l sex. Tilth and Third Aberdeen, sixth. ,M! Hire, plans and specifications The heavy and howitzer results will ir- -Iippn n'reparcil already hy a Winnipeg not ho announced until after the meet- Ijirn. of architect.. Artillery Council on Friday. CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVE., Quaker Brea "Comes to ymi fresh every clean, sweet and dainty." Life is too short and QUAKER BREAD too good for TOU to vonr time in a hot kitchen baking, .lust phone 1027 for loaf and find out how good QUAKER BREAD really U. Famous Paints Made by Pinch in Johnson Co. in England since 1834 Now prepared at their factory in Toronto. Contain absolutely the highest grade in- gredients possible to secure. Full line for all requirements. House Finishes, Enamels, Floor Paints, Shingle Stains, Burn ami Factory Paints. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDOE, ;