Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Fresh Fruit Fresh Fruit i Red Cherries Gooseberries Peaches Plums etc. v'- Arriving Daily. Phone Your Order Cherries Edited by Phone 1052 We have just received a full assortment of CaiT's English Biscuits Look over tlie following: Pierotts, Chocolate Cere-no-ndo. WickenlW Shortbread, mcKenflam Silver Churn Swiss'Wafers Philepena Ciieese Wafei-s PolG Etc., etc. used Griffin's Ham and Bacon, Lard etc.? We also, carry Armour's Bacon and Lard. Use Craddock VinerV TEA AND COFFEE Fruit Jars Do' not forget or leave your jars too long. It will1 pay you -to them now. Jel'ly Powders and Ice Cream There is, nothing better for ice cream than Jell 0 Ice Cream, Powders in five flavors. Try them. Cereals Rollefi Oats, ,n Rolled Oats. 20's Banner Oa-ts, 5's Grape Nuts Force Malta ".........'........-.V-T .Corn Flakes VA Kom-Kinks..... SOCIAL AND PERSONAL j Dr. and Mrs. Miss Isa- ibel McCullough and T. R. Davidson 1 forme-d a congenial party who left yesterday to 'terton Lakes where: they will camp for ten 'days. The party stayed over zugiit at Caraston. aud drove 16 the lakes, this, morning. Mr. and Mrs. 'Nimmons and family will join them will reside on William street. Mr. Meldrumls musical talents are well known and we hear that Mrs. Mel- drum is a vocalist with 'a'reputation. ITHE LETTER BOX at the lakes tomorrow. It's goiiig to pay, you to deal here. Give us a trial order. We can satisfy you Vi G rqcers Redpatn Street THOUGHT IT WAS A MAD DOG Canine find People Had An Exciting; Time Quite a mad dog scare Bound street in -front. of the Leth- oridge Hotel shortly. before noon this morning and for ,a few minutes con- siderable .excitement prevailed. The street. crowded when a brown spaniel tore around the corner from street, snapping and yapping, for one 515 all the -world lite.a dog suffering from rabies. At- least' that .is what the crowd 'thought. .The dog circled around at full speed, out into "the street and back onto the sidewalk, bar king all the time and snapping at other inquisitive canines and- pedes- trians -wno 'came in His way.- People started running in all directions, some ranrinto the hotel slammed the doors, and one or two jumped into .'the sills of the windows. Two, ran -into the office of the Freeman, Mableod Company, and before they could get the door shu-t 'the dog rushed in after them, while they jumped on chairs, tables, and the mer Sherlock'Blclg' Mrs. E. H. Wilson and Mrs. Star- nes will the tea hour hostesses at tlie tennis, club.', house tomorrow. Mrs. I221 Counland has as .her .i'uest Miss Os- trander of MDOSO Jaw. -A S -Mrs. Walter .Jordan-' is entertaining Miss elementary specialist. of tlie 'Provincial, Normal, Miss Silver thorn. assist-inc. secre- tary'., of the Alberta Sun School Association is "th.e guest of Miss Aus- tin. Rev. J. :E. and Mrs." Eughson and j-daughter- Margaret have. left.Inger- 'soll, for Pine.Land.' Musicoka, where .jijiey will enjoy a'month's rest. Mr. Hughson will begin his duties as pas1 -tor of, McDougall church, Edmonton, early in August. Gilmore, contralto soloist NEVER MADE ADMISSION Editor of the Herald you >have in an item appearing on the front page of your issue of the 7th inst., entitled "City Council Asks Magistrate to I feel it my duty to tell' you that I never have made any such admission as..youvallege, but. the facts are quite, to contrary inso- far as. the case upon which I was engaged is concerned. I had complet- ed my evidence and Mr. Conybeate, who-appeared for the defence, stated that he did not propose to 'bring any evidence. The' magistrate not refuse to. allow- Mr. Coaybeare to bring evidence in defence. Yours' truly, W. C. IVES. CITIZENS CAN STOP IT Editor of the, Three months' ago Dear to- to of six day I arrived with my, family, make my home' in this fair, city- Lethbridge. Although': I spent __ weeks'last summer visiting Western cities, I'saw not one that I liked so well as I do this. 'I have bought .my- self a home, and now consider .myself a; citizen, with all the leges and. responsibilities of- citizen- ship. Being, anxious to post myself with_ local'; conditions along .every ine, I -have a close' student or. 's leaden packet preserves indefinitely of this wonderful tea. Biiy a packet, and if yoii do not find it super- ior to what you have been usiiig, your money will be promptly refunded by your grocer. of Dun das .Centre' Methodist ,churca of. lourimost .excellent, newspaper, omit- London, Ont., .is visiting her brother, ting not even the .sporting page., I Joan.Gilmore, of Russell street. Miss have 'the persistent, manly Gilmore will'sing_ in Knox church' on J-manner in w'hich'you .tackled Sunday evening next. people outside held .the door ;so that the dog could not come out 'again: Then the aroma told'tnose inside that the dog, which by this -time, was crouched'in a corner whining-pitiful- ly, -was not suffering from from ,.the effects of hokey-pokey, -a" large dose of which had been admin- istered to the unfortunate'.animal by some mischevious parties. Mrs." Mary ,A. of Windsor-, who has.lived under six British mon- archs, Sas received an acknowledge- ment from to her letter of condolence to Queen Alex- andra. CLUBS AND'-SOCIETIES The t Westminster church met Wednesday afternoon and listened to an interesting paper read and prepared by Mrs. W, P. ander. 1' .St. Cyprian's Parish Auxiliary met- yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Roy, 16 -members were present and a: large amount of''business was dis- posed -of. The -will .meet Appleby. 'Mrs. drum, of the staff of Mel- F. Hamil- ton, D.L.S., and organist at-'St. Au- gustin's church, arrived in the city j this morning. After spending a days with Mr. and Mrs. .Meech they gambling dens' and routed-, them. Also your editorials on the late disgraceful vulgar herd that was camped for-a week-at, the, city gate, where visitors -and passersby would he sure to hear, see and smell 'them. May you long live, to put up .'-good to such worthy, purposes! One feature of our'' city life has' grieved 'me exceedingly. F would written you about the matter before but like Mr. I felt .that. a newcomer-should not rush" in- to print on such an important mat- ter. Like him also, not' who is responsible for the. existence'in our' midst of such. a. demoralizing .institu- tion. Of two'facts, however, I firmly, -convinced. The first is, am that who does not use his influence to have the curse re- moved-is. personally responsible for its'continuance.' ;And. the second that sufficient'number of continuance to have it_; banished if they ['will: only co-operate .in the .matter. -It coincidence that the- same, paper; as :Mr.. Prosser's lowang' go, Porter- -.real; .estate dealer ...property- was indicted by jury -'this-' afternoon, on-'the of. leasing property for For a few Sundays I, ;shall --have the honor'of supplying'the pulpit of my young-friend A. "M. It always has been -my -custom -to pray publicly for the city in which I live. To do' so. for .time', not raise my voice or'lift'm'y" protest against its vilest would: be rank hypocrisy. 'I'am, dear sir, ;WM. SHEARER, DATES .BIRTH the xectory on Wednesday, July 6th to :of the Rev. J. E. Murrell-Wrigbt.. a 'son. BRIEFS. next week on i--to northern Forrester.-, of London, has appointed. R. trainmaster at which .destroyed the Hotel Pembroke, threatened to sweep' the' town. and. Stanley Railway earnings are greater than tnose -of. last year. aw a e n ers LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS KITCHEN CABINETS A kitcken to be complete should have one ol our cabinets in it This week-end giving special values in Kitchen Cabinets and .Cupboards. We-have the largest assortment in the citv -i p J "i to choose irom 1 Cabinet, natural finisli, base white, ma- ple, top-26x48, cutting and kneading boards under top, one large top drawer for linen, 1-l.n.T j-.ii-t-1 VttUJLCJLn' CtJllU. IcLIge IlULir U1I1 OH right double "bin on left, top-part has four drawers in centre with cupboard space on each side. Eegular special. 1 Cabinet, natural finish, combination cabinet and breakfast table, very-serviceable for small house, size of top when open 48x48. wben closed 24x48 two flour biiis one of which is divided, two drawers for table linen and cutlery, two cutting and kneading boards; regular JO 1 Cabinet surface oak finish, hase. has large, dust'proof sliding flour bin on left side-, divided in two compartments, one driver for linen and the other for cutlery and spices, top part has large spice drawer on each side, tilt- ing sugar bin on right side aud space for packages, etc, on left side, large cupboard space in centre: regular special 1 Kitchen Cupboard, golden gloss finish, a very useful thing for a kitchen without a pantryf large cupboard at bottom with two drawers over and top is enclosed by two glass doors, 14x24 glass in each, giving o-ood shelf room; regular special. n Easy Way to Prosperity i BUY KERR'S GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TEAS AND COFFEES At Low Prices and Save Money Our Groceries are Sold at Prices which Defy Competition, and are Provisions Swift's Premium Hams 25c Swift's Premium Bacon Only a few days left to secure a pair of SLeets with a, Purchase of a Bed, Spring and Mattress We have competent men to send out to measure for, and place Shades Carpets _ and Linoleums Redpath Street Phone 625 Groceries Perrin's Cream Sodas, per tin........25c and 35c s Sodas, per tin Paulin Chambers Graham Wafers, per Ib....lOc Sodas, per lb. -c ........................15c and 25c Canned Goods' at prices advertised before. One Price One Quality Breakfast Foods at our usual Winchester Bacon 27C Mclver's Boiled HamT per lb 4QC New Laid Eggs, per dozen 3QC Creamery Butter, per IB 35o Dairy Butter, per lb 3oc Our special blend of tea at 4fic per lb. is of full fragrance and delightful aroma. Coffees Good sound Coffee, per lb 25c Special Blend, per lb .Mocha and Java, pure, per lb 50C FRUITS B. C. Easpherries, Red Carraius ;uul Black Cumnts due to arrj ve this week. Washington Easpberries. 2 boxes for Per Crate. is the time to preserve Raspberries." Perfect Quality. .30c EO. KERR CO.