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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta FRKC TO Ak. TRAINS Hotel WImUor iMt (1.25 1 BljTHotll In Albtrti The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN klTHMIDM The DaUu Hvtel tna Unt PliM to 'Stay Keep the House Cool These hot days. If you would cook your meals in comfort and cook thorn thoroughly, .well, try one of our Coal Oil or Gasoline Stoves 2 BURNER, QUICK MEAL, COAL OIL 3, BURNER QUICK.MEAL COAL OIL STOVES 2 BURNER GASOLINE RANGES, regular sale price 3 BURNER GASOLINE RANGES, regular sale price 4 BURNER GASOLINE RANGES, regular tale price Remember above prices on gasoline ranges are only good for the rest of, the week. Tliwa stoves, win do all tuat you require :in the cookini or baking line, and do it to your entire satisfaction. Come in and see them. AGENTS-TOR WILLJAMS READY-MIXED PAINTS Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. We Sptclil Attention IE Mall GET IN LINE Decorate on Dominion Day Cotton Union Jack, Dominion Stare and Stripes, Kom 15o per dozen to 5300 per dozen Genuine Bunting Flags, suitable for schools, etc., 65 cents and Jl.OO: each. Mre-sroof paper streamers, fifty te'et long. Inches wide, in combination colors, red, whlto and cents ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK DOOR WFST OF UNION BANK. PHCNE 1KV AGENTS FOR'EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Kreso Dip The Great Insecticide and Germicide one with poultry, hogs, cattle or horses should be without It It is the beat thing of Ita kind made Write UB for literature and pamphlets. i We can quote you on a barrel or a pound at <_ The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. The Really Economical, Housewife Buys good soap. She buys it cheaply if she good it must be.: .We keep all ithe good kinds and in endless variety. week; RED ROM, BATH SALTi. ATKINSON'S COLOGNE ENGLISH BATH SALTS. ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE EXTRACT. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION (MERIOCK BLOCK. PHONI 1m. HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER It IB simply cooling and refreshing hot days. Pure healthful and good for you you tried our Assorted Sodas? They aro real nifty bevwages, with the right fla- vor. drinking way not you? Let: UH' have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- Malting Co. Ltd. PHONE 654 Auto Supplies Tubes. Vulcanizing Outfits. Pumps. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, Auto Oils. Lubricating Oil. Casings. Tires. Patches. f. o. MX tro 401-403 0. PHONE M1 Good Butter is Required for a Good Meal KNEEHILL AND WILD ROSE ARE TWO OF THE FINEST BRANDS OF CREAMERY BUTTER MADE. WE HAVE FRESH SHIPMENTS EVERY WEEK OF THIS BUTTER. Price per Creston Strawberries for Preserving ARE NOW AT THEIR BEST. Pi'icT prr case..... WE EXPECT LARGE DAILY SHIPMENTS ALL NEXT WEEK. 3.75 Royal Ann and Black Republican Cherries A LARGE SHIPMENT TO ARRIVE ON TUESDAY. 10 Ib. boxes, price per box 20-lb. boxes, price per box PHONES: Crocory Dtpt IH. Whol.l.lf Dipt. 1271. let Creim Deft. 62T. PHONES: Grocery Dept. 52S. Wtioleiale Dopt. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY CLASS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND WHOLESALE RETAIL WEATHER Kdmonton Calgary I.ethtriclge _ Swift Current Winnipeg Port Arthur Penticton Hed Deer' Brooks 72 -13 73 19 711 50 86 60 90 68 70 51 70 Medicine Hat 53 77' 19 .24 S3 12 84 5-1 Saskatoon...... 82 .60 Kamloops 61 50 .04 Grand Forks............ 70 46 The weather basrcontinued fine, and very warm in Manitoba' and most Saskatchewan, but in Alberta it has been somewhat cooler, ,with many light rain. FORECAST All WesWine to- day. Sunday -a scattered 'show- ers of but generally CITY AND DISTRICT Rod'-Deer's tax rate tor 1913 13.3 mills. Martin Woolf, .MiP.P.j Cardstbn, is in the city today. Monday being a public holiday the Herald ill not be published J. B. Wilkie leaves in the morning for Toronto, where spend a two months' holiday. The Pothole coulee is at present he- 1 mg repaired by a gang of orkmei who are encamped there; The cadet s v. ill parade to Knox church tomorrow .morning, .accompan- ied I) v the Kilties' Band. F Kmney tins morning took out a buildin? permit [or the construction or a duelling on 7th Ave S., cost- ing Several fine 'pictures 6! the 25th Battery in camp at-.Calgary .are on j exhibition in the British Colonial I Photographic Co.'s "Window. Fred W. Downer; 'Arthur Havr and I C R. Young are spending the week- i 'end at Tobacco Plains, south of I nie. The Supreme Court, sitting enbanc, dismissed the appeal oi Martin, 01 the C P.R., who sen- tenced to 18 months m Lelhbndge jail for "knocking down" fares Prof. Clvo Jackson, of Edmonton college, who is to supply Westminster Methodist church until September, ar- med in the city today and will preach tomorrow at both services R. E. the well known Cranbiook druggist, has purchased a joint interest with Mr. Poole, of Nelson, in the James Fludlav Drug Co Calgary. Mr. Seattle will re- side in. Calgary, Rev. A. (J. Cameron to Noble yesterday, where he moderated'in a BIG Saturday Specials Creams and Sugars, pr. New Cut Bowls ......-.80c. Jardenleres 85c. Lemon Reamers, .....5c-10c. Cream Jugs......6c-10c. Salad Bowls, glass.....25c. Odd Plates.........8c each Marmalade pots 65c; 4 piece table sets 35c. per 65c. Glasses, par: Tea pots, each 15c- With every purchase of or over, we give away a regular Jar- denier. This is for Sat- urday. KIRK HAM BROS; call fronv tho Prcsb} lerian church there to Rev. R Simpson, a former pioneer of the Peace River country. The call will shortly come beiore the Macleod piesbyterv, "when tlie induc- tion will he arranged.- Have Thought for the t Morrow Our Sunday Hours 3 toJ5 p. m. 8 to 9 p. m. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT The Chlswick house which was pur- chased by the city at the time of the expropriation-proceedings tor the ex- tention o! liciii been moved to the new isolation hospital site near tile public cemetery. The build- Ing uas inoi cd by the City Cartage Co. A sad fatality occurred on Tuesday CITY AND DISTRICT SIcLelland, who lor the past five years has been a student at law in the office of Conybcare, Church and McArthur, leaves next week lor Cal- gary, where he will enter the office of Duncan Stuart, a brother of Jus- tice Stuart. Mr. McLelland took his final examinations this year, and ex- pects toibe called to tho bar shortly. Robert Ibcy, of Taber, who is in the city today, expresses himself fav- orably regarding the. condition of the crops: at present. Mr. Ibey arrived from Raymond this morning In whicl vicinity a heavy, rainfall took place before he left. In Magrath and Spring Coulee yesterday welcome rains fell to the benefit of. the soil. X. of Pincher Creek, having retired from the management of, the 41 Market company, W. M. Hay has been appointed general man- ager. Mr. Hay conies from Toronto and Winnipeg. With.the rapidly in- creasing business in the province ol British Columbia, it has. been'found necessary to change the location of the head office dom Pincher Creek, Alta., to Fernie, B. C. Cranbrook Herald P. DC Vere Hunt is back from a pleasanl, and profitable business tup to Leth- bridge. Mr. Hunt drove around a great deal and was particularly im- pressed with the conditions 'of the crops Everything points to a humper harvest in Southern Alberta, this v'eax. Mr. Hunt also noted the lavish scale upon' which the citizens of I.Ethbridge are preparing lor the Dry Farming, Congress to be held this fall iand for their annual fall fair Leth- bridge people arc providing them- selves with a fine lake, of the extent of 145 acres. The curtain dropped on the final act in the Stirling post office robbery case' this afternoon, when Robert Clark, who was yesterday sentenced, by Judge Winter to seven years' hard labor in the Edmonton penitentiary, was taken to that .institution in charge of of the Mounted Police.. This case. is one ol the .most important of its. kind which has occurred in this province for some time, and the work done by the Mounted Police in tracking the rob- ber serves to strengthen further -the Effectiveness' of the detection of crime. Great Gates BUSINESS LOCALS Old papers formate at the Office. Herald 150-0 For quick baggage service, phone Rex Cisar Store. 13-0 J. G. Leadfcelter, sign writer, etc. Phone 1167. Lethbridge Turkish 1190 Bath parlors new, rlean anil up-to-date. Courteous attendants and expect rnas-, scurs cater to iflfl 5th St., S. We "close Phone 1101. 153-0 Room, phone 652. Transfer tn connection l 114-0 Phone Messenger Service'lor irompt menage and baggage delivery. -Court Unity No. 9311, A. 0. will hold their first ambulance 'les- son on under the ducftion of Dr. McNnlly. All members Inter- Cfilcd are invited to meet Unity Hall, Noith Lethbridge, at 8 p. m sharp. Non-members to apply to the secretary, 'ity. J. Wilkinson, Box 2022, JGO-2. night, at Medicine Hat, vhen Andrew one of the city teamsters, was overcome by the lieat, and died Wenland is well known in the city, and in Josephlnirg, his former home, 'where ho was a member of tho school board for a.number ot years. The Hide clul) will have a short Dominion starting at 1 o'clock bliarp. There wjll be several handi- cap competitions and an enjoyabls day's shooting is looked lor The conveyances will start for the ranges at 12 o'clock. As many the club as possible are urged to turn out. A change haa been made at the Me- dicine Hat customs office. Chester 1'iiiscr, who has for time past been been transferred Portal, tho post {occupied by Mr. A. C. Patterson prior to his appointment inspector. D. H. Ware, formerly of Lethbridge, has tn'on appointed collector 'Hon. C U. Mitchell anil W. A. Bu- chanan, M.P., will'attend.a Dominion Hay demonstration at Doondnle abouf, OHP, hundred miles Medi- cine Hat ASr. Huohannn leaves -for Medicine Hat tonight and go from there by auto mtlt the Minis- lcc-o( Public worka. j CHEAPER RATES WERE RESTORED AMERICAN RAILWAYS RECANT ON DECISION NOT TO HELP OUT CONGRESS Some weeks ago it will he rpmenr- bered the special railway rates in connection with the forthcoming Dry Farming Congress were cancelled ow- ing to certain pressure which had been brought to bear by state poli- ticians who. claimed that American, farmers would lie _ induced to leave their land and settle in Canada wTiich country offers such excellent opportun- ities. The announcement oS the rate cancellation caused considerable sur- prise (.ind disappointment, but this has now entirely disappeared as yes- leriiay official advice was received at the offices of the Congress here that the railroads 'would allow "reduced lates to all excursionists next Octo- ber. A big exhibit for the Congress will be sent from .Australia in charge of government officials which should serve to further stimulate the interest amongst the outside competi- tors ROAD GANG'S MISFORTUNE Whitewood. Sosk, June sov- crnmontiroad gang working west of here, sustained a ioas by fire of about Two largo .horge tenls, loge'th- er. with several wagons and other be- longings were The origin of the fire is unknown. '3 feet wide, each. 12 feet wide, each. IDEAL, GATES are unexcelled for quality, material and workmanship. Made from 1-iu. and 15-16-iu. steel tubing, cross braced Avlth %-iu. tubing, and strung wth No. 9 hard drawn galvanized wire. Stafford-Agnew Co. "If you live out ol town, write us." Not Luxuries, but necessary for the Health and Happi- ness of the Family. Refrigerators, Screen Screen Windows, Hammoctis The McKeown HardwaWi Co. Ltd BVI ktn JTLJ I_ETUHHIDAK. CORNER 6TH BT. AND 4TH AVE. LETHBRIDOE. Hayr Hdw.ICo. Sixth Street South j Look! Look! Look! JUST HALF MICE Saturday Of fly J Lawn Sprinklers and Screen [Doors Were Now Fridionless Babll Metal METAL THAT THE STANDARD A.QUAHTJ INSIST ON GETTING INSURES BEST RESULTS AT I WE ARE eXCLUSIVE WHOLESALti DISTRICT. MAIL ORDERS RECEIVI OF A CtNTimY IRATE COSTS FOR THI1 ROMPT, 'ATTENTION. J. B. TURNEY 4 COMPANY -.v SUPPLIES AND Mlnei brtJ Mill Munic Ph.nM7Sd.lind 1755 llENT ontricton ind'Bulldtn 2nd ;