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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE TO Aw TRAIN! jj Windsor J a Bay Hotil In U. AlbtrU TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IM LBTMMUMM 4 It ind MM! C knt u Keep the House Cool IP i-nn -H-AII M vnnr JLJJLOJO tlVl J.......-.--. 4.------- meals hi coiuiort aiul cook them thoroughly 3vell, try one of our Coal Oil or Gasoline Stoves 2 BURNER, QUICK MEAL, COAL OIL STOVES............ BURNER QUICK MEAL COAL GASOLINE RANGES, regular sale price 3 BURNER GASOLINE 540.00; sale price RANGES, regular sale price Remember above prices on gasoline ranges are only good; for the rest of the week. These stoves will do all that you reaulro in the cooking or baking line, and'do it 10 your entire Come -iu and sen them. AGENTS FOR READY-MIXED PAINTS Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Mont 712 f- 0. Box 870 We Give Sp.slil Attention !e Mai! Order. GET IN LINE Decorate on Dominion Day Cotton flags, Union Jnclc, Dominion and Stare and Stripos, ironi 15c per dozen to per dozen. 'Genuine 'Bunting Flags, suitable for schools, etc., 65 cents and each Fire-proof paper feet long, six inches wide, in combination colors, red, white and blue. 50 cents ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK riMT DOOR WgST OF UNION iANK. FOR EMPIRE ANR UNDEBWOOD TYPEWRITER! Kreso Dip The Great Insecticide and Germicide with poultry, hogs, cattle or be'withbut It It is tlie best thing of its kind made. Write UB for literature and pamphlets. .We pan .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. if' she good it must be. We keep all ilhe good kinds and in endless variety. Seme new arrivals this week; ATKINSON'S RED ROSE. ENGLISH BATH SALTS. ATKINSON'S COLOGNE ENGLISH BATH SALTS. 'ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE EXTRACT. JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION tMIRkeOK BLCCK. 11 BUTTER Good Butter is Required for a Good Meal KNEEHILL AND .WILD ROSE ARE TWO OF THE FINEST BRANDS OF CREAMERY MADE. WE HAVE FHESH SHIPMENTS EVERY WEEK OF THIS BUTTER. Price per Creston Strawberries for Preserving ARE-NOW AT THEIR BEST. WE EXPECT LARGE DAILY SHIPMENTS ALL NEXT Price per Royal Ann and Black Republican Cherries A LARGE ARRIVE ON TUESDAY. 10 boxes, price per box 20 lb. boxes, price per box THE GOOD COMPANY CLASS ICC CREAM FRUIT AND WHOLESALE t RETAIL Grocery Dept. 536. Wholjsile Dipt. 1271. tee Cream Dept. 627. Whojaula Dapt 1271, IM Cream 627. WEATHER Edmonton Ked Dcrr ,20 13 31 l.etli.bridsc 56 17 Medicine Hat CO 32 Brandon .......88 lit; Winnipeg ......_........... 80 6S Port Arlbur.......CO 7-t 55 Cooler conditions u'ith light rains have prevailed in 'Alberta -and most of It lias been vcrj- wann in Karaloops. Saskatchewan and few scattered showers, but mostly fair and cool. HAVE'A GLASS OF: OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER It la simply cooling rod refreshing these blistering hot days Pure healthful and good for you Have vou iriecl our Assorted Sodas? They are leal nifty beverages, nith the right fia Ever! body's drinking them why not you? Let us have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- 111 Malting Co. Ltd. CITY AKH DISTRICT Burdeit- is celebrating the fourth if Julj. V M Fisher arrived yesterdav Calgan to take charge of the Gar- jutt Business College here. J. F; McMillan, of the Royal Bank staff, left for the coast last Sunday on a vacation trip. Hirry Peglow, an TV as taken to CoutU tjns-mtfrmng ior de- 'ortation after sen ing six months or theft m the jail here. About thirtv prisoners at the police barracks celebrated Domin- ou day hv bcatlenng cinder piles and putting the grouuds in shape YUL Rov. man left j eslerttaj ild home in for- other points m the east, where he will it lot a couple of months y, ss. daughter 01 Capt Geo and llrs Eversfteld, of Parkland, ihed al the earh age 01 17 years six months: Married, iat Edmonton., on-Wednes- day, June .19th, Mr. Archie Fleming, of Stateh, to MIS.S Porter "01 Ed- monton. Carmangay II Slarsden. purchased from the Massey-Harris_ ag- fcncy tins week, siv binders This loots iil-e a big crop in the Car man- ga v district alright L Manwaring, A II and J. B ,the Panama Canal convention m Cal leturned home night The convention; faction- al at the start, evohed into one of the best trade meetings held in the west f Before Justices of the Peac6 R. Mo- Laughhn and R Cariuthers at Grajisv Lalc last Saturday afternoon H. pleaded guilty of breaking into and stealing pjoods from the store of E C Ludtke last month and uas sentenced to sir months' bard labor m the jail here in Calgarv Secretary Man- paring of the Board of Trade, was presented with several really fine samples of Alberta s grain products, v. heat, oats and flax, all mounted m crises The samples were BIG Saturday Specials Creams and Sugars, pr. New Cut Bowls Jardenleres S5c. Lemon Cream Jugs........5c-10c. Salad Bowls, glass 25c. Odd Plates.........8c each Marmalade pots GSc 4 piece table sets......35c. Glaiscs, per dozen 65c. Glascec, per dozen Tea each ........15c. With every purchase of or over, we give away a regular jar- for Sat- urday. PHONE 554 "SUCCESS" FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Made of extra heavy Lake Superior cold rolled copper, the Strongest Fire Eitingtiuher made, tested to 350 pounds per square Inch Caat nnuii bettle holder. carihot'be iorii off, the only way it can be moved Is with wrench. No time turn .bottom up and It works instantly. CM be itopped at any moment, full charge need not bo used; con- there U no or needlsa destruction of property. is not broken, can be used over and over again, be recharged b) anyone In a few jnlnuteg for a coat ol 25c. CarrM in (took by Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd 401403 tnt It) PHONE Ml Thermos Bottles AND CAEHJTJNG GASES" In liirgesyariety. 'Also for pint and fjnart Ijot- tles. The Rexall Store guen liy Xorman L. Rankin, public- ity commissioner of the C P R de- partment of natural. resources. lion Uhas K. Mitchell, A Ru- chanan, M P, A ,1 N Temll and L. I Sexton, ol Medicine Hat. at- tempted lo get thiough to Altorado ycsterda) to attend a Dominion celebration, hut rain and hcavv prevented them tliau fiow. Island. BUSINESS LOCALS Old papers -for saie at the Herald Office J500 For quick baggage service, <70. Rex, Cigar Store. G. LcadheUer, sign writer, etc. Phone 1167. 119-0 Lethbridge Turkish Bath parlors, Utcrylhmg new, clean and up-to-data Courteous attendants and expert mas- sriirs cater-to your comfort, 101) 5th St.; S: We never 61osc. Phone' 1104. 153-0 Baggage Room, phono.652. Transfer fn connection 114-0 Phone 6CB the Rlessengcr Service for prompi mrs'Jdge and baggage dchvcrv' Quick service, no and best nork at Kaakc's Barber shop, oppo- site AleMuidia CITY AND DISTRICT It is pouring ram in Calgary to- dav, and the of the province who are musteting there for the first mihtaiv camp in the historj ot the cadet movement in Alherta are hav- ing a hard time to find a drv place vhereon (o lay their heads The re- sult is that Lieut-Col Cruiksbanks, DOC, Major Stewart this morning asking that the I eth- Iirulge cadets be held here until such time AS the weather m the cleared to allow the boys to go into camp comfortably. Tire battalion did not entrain this after- noon as expected, but v.tll for further orders from1 tire district of- ficer commanding, Qiindav afternoon was given over lo patriotic services at when the members ol Knos if the' chiirch, Sundav .school gathered together in the audi- loiiuin ot the church for the purpose of commemorating'in Mmo suitable manner the of Canada's After the singing 61 patri- otic songs by the' school, A J. Irv- ing, secretary of Y M C.A spoke for.a few minutes on Canada and its relation to the hojs and girls who r.rc now grow ing up to take the place of the men and nomcn 'are kiiio: this great country uhatfit is irdng'v VMS a thrilling address, and was warmly received by the pu- piU assembled. thetKirst Orcal W Beaton to Bvchn'C, both CITY AND DISTRICT Tom's Cabin, that.old rel able ol the stage for the past lift; is playing down in White St.u Saskatchewan. A couple of the com ing stars of the troupe someho1 drifted Irom their'comrades and landed in Lctlrbridge yesterday They knew not whither they .were R( nor did they care 'Citl cr.. However, the court assisted their soils b) thcm Uv hours in which tha purpose. 'Another old-timer passed away a Turin last Sunday morning in thi person of Samuel Handley, aged years, who died at his late son Rob crt In.iiram's former residence. Th deceased Mr. was well known amongsl {lie [arming men in the Tur in district, 'and is survived by his wi lion, still lues in Turin Thi [uncial service was held jesterdai afternoon from St. Augustin's church with Rev. Murreil-Wright in charge anrt_jnterment was made in the An giicnn cemetery. On Saturday there was a regiilai exodus. of; Lelhbridge people toward Calgary, and. the mountains. Mr. an JUs. il Rootle, Mayor Hatch am the Misses" Hatch, Messrs. McNico and A. V. Gibbons started motor, the gentlemen intending to attend the Dry Fanning Congress "banquet, bill y ere di u en m to Granum by 'the ram vnere all but the mayor and his party caught the train to Calgan 1-rof and Mrs. Fairlield, Secretan and iUs Burns, and Mr and Mrs ot the IJry Farming Congress, went e.irh morning train Carmangav" Sun came