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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letttbridire Daily Herald, Monday, July WJNCHESTE.R LEADER OH I'MUKLLE'.lPOWDtk you ever see a "Peanut StancT witn a Three Hundred Dollar _ Electric Sign? Did you ever hear noise like a Peanut? TEA; AND COFFEE- pots'- SPintN.P. 1 Qualrt 35c 1 Quart EiiaSC 2 45c 3 Miamci -i -55c 4 Quart Eiiamel -OOe MILK MCE BOlLEBS .65c 3 Enamel t LO Royal Canadian PEES, KETTLES 2 1-2 Qt. Enamel 3 Qt. Enamel iQt. Enamel. 5 Qt. Enamel 6 Qt. Enambl 7 1-2 lOQt. Enamel 2ac 3KK :45c 14 Qt. Enamel .V Enainei 30 Qt. Enamel v ES AND Prices "'v A to Oval Enamel Uy .70e 21 ftt.Enamel... Enamel 14 m Tin 21 Ot. Tin We have a IH'ge assdrt- nient to choose V Prices to STOVES RANGES l We are the exclusive agents for the Line of Ranges and can supply you with a Range that has no superior and ait a price thatwill be sure to please ydu. Goods Home Run Prices. Rubber Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Lawn Mowers Fishing Tackle At Fly Prices', -At V Priced That Would Frost You. 2Qt.Tin 3 Qt. Tin 4Qt.Wood ....85c "ff You Live Out Of "T We carry several patterns in Limoges and Porcelain Open v DINNERWARE Get started on a dinner set., Pieces, "broken can replaced at any time. Our stock is complete, our prices most reasonable. GLASSWARE We liaVe Tumblers from ;50c a dozen. Also alLkinds and fine Wine Glasses. FRUIT JARS Mason Fruit Jars: Pints, 80c a doz; quarts, 1-2 gals., Improved Gem. Pints, Quarts, 1-2 GaE Visitors always, welcome. A pleasure for us to quote you prices. 315 Orabb St. Phone 556 TELL ABOUT WEST PICTME FILMS Novel Scheme Of Aaver- tising Adopted By theCP.S. personal supervision the train, is .being conducted.. Edison" Manufacturing company supply a. photographer, a ;stage .di- and a company, of "actors and actresses add tHe human -element necessary'even in a picture piay. And verjr dramatic are the 'in- cidents of .the -action of the stories from the. arausing .mishaps that befall Mary anil John" cheir honeyraooa trip from Montreal to Shanghai "to e adventures .of the boy LETTMIDGE'S ,i .From Montreal across tbe continent who runs away from his home in thejSrowi1 over the Rocky MOBU tains --to couver and -down the Colum- bia-, River Vaftey, Is the proposed itinerary of special train -which pulled into Regina yesterday :iaoniing. attached to Number 12. The object is to series of moving. picture films to be shown all over .the -Unit- ed States and Europe, in' the exploi- tation of Canada, her scenic, indus- trial and farming possibilities.. More interesting than a circus is the interior ot the special which con- sists of five cars. The baggage coach ahead looks like a .theatre dressing- United States become successively a: park-ranger, inembel of the R-N. W.M.P., miner, fisherman and lumber- jack, working his way up la lumber king. The Pacific. Railway has gone to immense., expense and has spared no pains- ;t3 promote these plays which- have been written with' the one'purpose in. view to. .show- Canada's diversified opportunities for the setter and the tourist. The halo of romance which Geo. J. Russell, lives ,ten miles out of Lethbridge on the oild: H. H. McClure farm, brought to the Herald office some samples- of spring wheat and oats .that loota. to. be just about tha best ever. The. wheat -was summer fallow- and. have this year at ,all.. not been The oats are .on, last. year's breaking and were given their first irrigationj water last weeb., The wheat is just; heading out. and" is certainly, an excellent, sample. The oats are about three.feet high and have fine long heavy heads. Botli are very fresh and healthy. ..Mr. Russell has a large area of hay crop, which is doing exceptionally- well. RESIGNS OFFICE. Head of the Aiberta Lacrosse League Asks That His Conectlon Be Severed. (Galgary' PresMent Josepli" Moir, .of -the. Alberta Lacrosse league .resigned, and staged yesterday that to-dw would see nis connection-with; tlie league cut oft ...'It-is claimed that-the .trou- ble with the president the Calgary team was Jiim sending in his resignation. 'Mr.: Collinson that lie has-.had.no trouSle .with-Mr. Moir, but' maintainsr. thalxs.: president -After .Presbyter- ian minister at AllStdn, Out, Rev. X. r ?UUL to live up to the rules ami s" Burne> died Aere on Sunday lations of the league. c 1 night OSCILLATING FAJST to: be next week at THE CAFE FORD STREET This- -will: make lit the coolest dining parlor in, Lethbridge. to none. LADIES' .Our Building Sale Reductions offer you a splendid opportunity to procure Whitewear arid Blouses at a discount of 20 per cent. Children's Dresses and Bonnets Are Being Sacrificed L J. McLEAY room'with its wardrobe trunks and these pictures are "to be Invested will sheeted walls hung with theatrical add to their interest for costumes the photographic car with 'A week ago Wednesday, the special ffcs taks, its dark room and its de- train left New York, the passengers veloping-outfit i; the commissary carr, including several prominent actors "the sleeper and finally the official and actresses who have played lead- Carsland, of Mr. J. S. Dennis, as-j ing parts and who. are to perform in Distant to the vjcc-president the j the moving picture" dramas, and ex- Canadian Pacific Railway under pert moving picture photographer, the stage director and a couple of journalists. The first stop was made at, Montreal where the .first scene was staged continued story, a FUNERAL OF MRS, M'NALLY The funeral of .the late Mrs. A. Mc- Nally, who died early on Friday morning took place Saturday after? and was largely attended by iaends. The cortege left the residence of C. M. Arnold at the corner of Duffcrin street and Westminster bride and and Mrs. Prior shortly after two o'clock and moved on a honeymoon trip that to St. Augustin's church, where the was to take them across Canada and j full burial service was conducted by to Shanghai. Coining by way of Minneapolis the party, was joined by Mr. J- S. Den- nis of the C.P.R., his private secre- Mr. Norman Rankin and Miss Irene Annie Love, the talented young special writer for the C.P.R. The visitors from New York are J. Searle Dawley, stage director i; Miss Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Prior, Mr. Ritchard Neill, Mr. C. Sutton jand Mr. J. Gordon, members of the theatrical profession Mr. Crorrajag- er, expert moving picture photo- grapher for the Edison Messrs. J. Herbert Welch and Fraser, journalist. The- Mounted Police have been -the special attraction in Regina and the Barracks yesterday was the scene of much interest and activity. A full imlitary parade and demonstration of tent pitching and all prairie work jwcre given in order that moving pic- tures might be obtained, to illustrate this most interesting, phase of life in the West as witnessed by "Mary and John" on their heaeymoon trip. Rev. J. E. Murrell-Wright. hymns sung were, "Nearer, My to Thee" and "Rock of Ages." From the church the hearse, followed by a large number of carriages and rigs, moved to the Anglican cemetery, where the last rites were performed and the remains interred. The pall- bearers were J. A. R. Rome, C. M. Arnold, .T- W. McEachern, J. N.RItch ie, J. R. Anderson and J. E. Wells. Seldom at a funeral in Lethbridge have the floral tributes been so many or so beautiful, and they fairly filled the room at the Arnold residence where the body lay. The arrange- ments were'under the direction of.R. G-. Addison. Duncan Mclntyre of Nanton has 240 acres of Alberta Red wheat on sum-