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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta giting through oiir Up-to-date Furniture, Bedding, we find there are sev eral lines that we wish to dis continue, and this is where we offer the people of Lethbridge the best chance to secure Furniture, Carpets, etc., at unheard-of prices Just Read These Few Prices! Beds and Mattresses Springs, Window Shades, etc. 11 it.Vi ''Tuly S, 1913 JPAIJY JIEKALD Six hilly. Iron Beds, brass Irimiiiiiiys. wilh cnl- 1 6 inches wide. They ill regulnr.pi-ice Clean tip prj_cc fuced on both sides Ion, exlra, good value at CIcnn Three oaly, Beautiful Oa'k Dressers, 1 l-umed 1 Early English, j White Enaraal, floe big 3 drjvvor cases 'with, heavy BritlEh plnte mirrors 22 -N 2S Inches. These dressers eifra good values at J33 C Q ire Springs up Ill Bods.' Window Shinies. Brass 1-inolfinn, Oil Clolh, Clothes Dryers, clc., all ut less Hum factory prices. The Clean tin Price is One only, Early English Dresser, Oval Mirror, three drawers, strongly made. Never before sold [ess than ilo.W. lint the clean up ten or- uricr, is NOW; GET BUSY One only, Karly English Duffel Jorge fjri'vcrs closet room Oritish plate mirror, bovelleU edges. This has been our special at S-IO.OO, hat during the Clean ft Plft I .UU One ouly. Early Enplish Tr-.bio to match buffet. 3lx feet long and strongly bulk. Regular price is 1-lean up price A I4.UU only Also a few Dining Chairs 'at Gift prices H Rockers and Arm Chnirs in Quartern! Out, -Mahogany, Grass ami Hsillnn, al prices Dinl will sure- ly move them. For example n (Juar- Icral. Oak-Rocker, high back, nicely polished, .extra heavy all Ilirough. Regular price CO Eft Price Oh, to free as bird of, the With never a sorrow, ney'er.a caie I To bV.tfveeiful'all the livelong day, To "whistle-trouble and pair, away To live lor others and not for sell. To keep i from merely striving, tor That is say I Oh, to teep seeing the bright side'ol life, 't'o shim all envy and petty shite To .willingly help a friend in need, To he pure in thought and word and deeil; To benefit, thoso whose lives touch To do some good though it be Let this bo ever your creed. J. K'ulff. f Mrs. Horace Ford has as her sliest for a week her" mother, Mrs. Ualladay, of Mr. Slip is spending a two weeks' raration u-ilh friends-at Claresholm. Mrs. George Smart, ol (iras'sy .-.ike, is visiting at tho home oi Mrs. Donald, Fourteenth St. M.-K. -Roy. and daughter, left Sunday ori a visit you not 0 Winnipeg. -Mrs. J. IV. Uartlett and rtilitr clt this afternoon to spend month's vacation at 'Spring Point. y: a Mr. and Mrs. 1. C; Wedd, (nee, D.ora. arrived ,in the city yesterday afternoon from their lioney- 'inocn trip to Toronto and other eas- tern points. See Our Ad on Opposite Page Hudson's Bay Stores C..F. P. Conr'li'eare, K. 1 only Morris Chair. Mission Karly Knglish finish, covered with u-sjjlcn_did "tfunl- ity of Arabian leather, spring seat and buck, Ihe real coiifforhihle kind. Regular Clean Up Price, 1 only Oh-So-Kiisy Morris gijiiii-, soiiie- Ihing enUroly new. solid (j.-ik, fii'ined finish, upholstered in Tapestry, A 'snap at ?28.50. Clcaii up price during the Clean U> Sale. must have Ihe room. -I wool. Jt' buf xvc musf Ilavc tllc so. out they- -go at jdstH.ALF PRICE. tending a meeting ol the benchers at Banff. J. .Shepherd." weal to. Maple Creek yesterday, and.will return to- morrow with Mrs, Shepherd and daughter, who-." .liecn visiting Mrs. Shepherrt.'sr'pa'reiits there. 1 llrs. G. U.; Ale-Kim' .ind children ieit yesterday "afternoon to spend the summer at Victoria, D. C. Miss Preston, 'ol; a. with Mrs. T. K. Davidson ilcientti .Sir. E. Y. Drake and daughter, ol Cranlirook, who .were, guests with Mr. atid Mrs. J. W. H.ir'tlett, left for home. yesterday. .Mr. and Mrs. D. Hill and daughter, oi Vancouver, are spending a Couple ot weeks with" Mr. and Jits. E-. J. Hilt. Standai Dominion Block, REMEMBER Furniture Company Fourth Avenue South Miss Doheref, ol Macleod, who has been a .gut-si with Miss Lu'cilc Eck- stdrm, at the D.illa-i Kami, rctufncif home yesterday v-. ..nufjjun ti-iti laab nigtl tor Edmonton, where he will be. en- gaged for three weeks on clepart- j mental- exajuitiation work cpiite successful. The program, announced in ihij column, was wel, carried out. In tho absence of.Miss Cameron. .Mr. A, K. Oibsoh Kave pleasing leading, and Hey, Mr. Vll ol llardlevillc, gave an interesting adclteib1 In response-to ttufnppe.il made by Hie Heliet-Society-for a-mattress lor a newly family, Miss "C.iinninghara, ol the .-stales-- that iour mattresses hnye" teen ottered She.accepted only two1 ol at present there is no plain for tho others. The society is very grateful to the donors for their kindness and for the promptness', with which1 tho gilts were, offered. St. 'Mary's. Guild held a veil''at- tended meeting, yesterday .afternoon, the secretary- -brought in the report, of the booth at the fair, very lair balance.on tlm right siile reported, considering the.' wet weather at fair time, the ladles de- cided to 'liold- an ice-cream social en .Mrs. MocVlonl's lawn, Twelfth St., A.. on Wednesday, July 06th. Onmcs" and eorapctilions will'ta !n order from .seven o'clock The Woman's Civic '.Club reminds the nltffia that the names and ad- dresses ol those, who intend rompcl- ng in tho and grounds competitions, should 'be sent to Urs Andrev Tilley, 7J2 Third St.; S..' on or before July. IMIi. Two prices of nnd.'SS each will be given lor no best two similar primps ihc best colleelloh of-flowers, end a silver to'be competed'for a'nnu-i ally, for (ihe best-- Ecpt groii i P. H. HAVE ARRANGED TO COM. PLETE WOpK'jJhdM' Tl-E BOW HarJhaw. 'ol. fa .Oranbrook oi the. O.P.R., cam, tomi torn Czlgac'r this. afternoon in privnte Ho -travqllcd ovor the dersydo tho work ot llastmg is In full swing. He hat the work -will ofcr tnB ntirc trackage-: from Klpp to- Alder- de, tind'u ill .'cost .from iiiOO to K> wr mile. '.The train schedulo oief this line win vrobibly be short- ened when, tho improvement ia the- roadbed is completed Traffic on all lines Mf. H Medicine Hat Fighters UD on I' thr T I SJ the local brigade, he did it buttoned i Ho IliEiip, of (elevrn. 17 3-5 j This afternoon tho i cue spurts w bu rather last dress- held at Henderson Park fair grounds catch a train nm- ,------___j fCor.tin'ied From Front race was annonuced. the H] hardly what-to expect erer. they ,ttie. was night when Hey four cots come .out, and four njemen go to bed. To win Oie race one had lo get up put on. cap, coat., boots and and of nrt seconds, which _ ing, and would __day. Pase) i The Hot aad an easy time [in stringing ion feet of winning by .lour si lun HI PJ.I f u .MII uc given some i-nitl Hatcher, o[ the Medicine Itat Khe visiting firemen leave team, captains crew himself In homes, the events, running with the where more speerl will he exhibited in the li'Khtcr events. Tn the evening a social a( l quarters lor Uin entertainment of the each month. tl -u t i: Crop cbnditioDS I'alonc the -H is that work are eveollent, says Sjir. ntisfc be done by the iclp being and -in ng the size ol the lawn' or garden i mto- -consldcratton. Mr. J. E. Hodgson kit last night Quality, not qiJantily, is what is >r aimed at, and, in sending word to Mrs. Tillcy, contestant.! arc askjd to stats which c-ontest they are enter- The ladies hope that many entries --Mr. and Mrs. Nat. Jla and ....v.. ,.0t. iiiai.inaji ana children, Cassie and Louis, left to- day for BacVIiead. Mr. Mur-thall'will return in a few days, but Mrs. .Mar- shall and the little one's will remain for the summer. Mrs. Cheney and Mrs. Tadson, and Leslie Cheney, of Applelou, who have been guests with Mrs. I. p. Cheney, are spending a low. days with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fclger at the ranch. Masters Burpee and Nap Sleeves, mil- many entries will he made, "ami "'ill do the judging the' second week in August. S, Cyprian's .Sunday school- picnic I Wilson, Sixth will bn held on Thursday arternoonl and evening al the exhibition grounds Miss Voung of London, Out The. children Iirigndra. A first aid demon- church them a .cup, lese will 1.30 niui LUC njpj) Short raptains the loral team, and The best is seldom tlio oheapesr. Jiut for onoe an exception is Ibuntl in -are to meet "at the p.m.. bringing: '.with and cake. i.n. imii, urst, aid demon- ken to- be grounds IE nvrr the .ire- Utralion lir I.elhhridye ambulance ?r m by conveyance. For corps will be given some time before I a special bo'en e Medicine Itat j-the visiting firemen leave for their rtc lo lcave the corner ol 9tb avenue and IKh street aouth at-two o'clock sharp. Any children not there on time wil have to and their own way ot getting lo the KrouniU. Games and raceo of all hinds will take place the afternoon and evening. A tug-of who was1 a week-end visitor with her cousin, Miss Mary Simpson en route east, after an extended visit at the coast, left yesterday for Fled Deer. LOOKS FOR FINE PLAINS ABOUT WEEDS IN RAYMOND DISTRICT Constant users of Blue Ribbon there is no better Tea. And H is a Iwuseholci saving, for its concentrated strength means real economy. There is no risk in making a trial Jor a-money-back guarantee goes with every package. Ask your grocer is SILATLI KNOWS COUNTRY WELL AND MAY NOW BE ACHOSS THE BORDER war evenng. A tug-of among the members' ot the junior blhlo class closing the evdnts of the day. A baseball game between (he senioi- clauses of Iho school arid alno one between the teachers and omcera Although e.very knou'n means esMfie has licen cut by the Puai-, of special dr.Uilj mounted and1 lesve thl? special pnlire. no report has rea ind a picked from the c'ontre- wtion is being ai ranged. Tho lane n. The car home is-ill the fair at ,t I p.m. sharp. It u hoped that sanon 13 being ai ranged. o[ jevent Is lo begin at 7 p.i iosl. convey the children ye ope at a ched local Ifeadtiuarlers ol number or the" parents and u o c Jlnuntnii T'olice of. the nrreat of .1 im "Hi -also come ana maiwrYno in t tJL ui 'f :J The social and concert given last evenjni; at Si. Andrew's church was is ten days nk-fad of my lied Kite. I expect lo win n lew more, j with the yield from this-field, j too." -Henry Ilolmes, the Raymond I !armcr> w.ou prize'at whfat, 'n competition with the world, miuic this suto- nient. Holmes is of the opinion th.it in order, to keep ahreasl of condi- tions, new varieties of nlie.it, must he introduced, as the seed of one strain teinfs to deteriorate." He thinks, however. Mint there is some inspcl at work on his Rert Kilo wheat, anil came up to consult with the at the Experiment- nI Weeds Grow. Like Weeds Tho wrerl-situation in the Ray- mond district, "according to Mr. Holmes, is heroming a menace. The tumbling -.lie cause cif all the troiihlc, and the llussian" thhtte is rapMly galnine ground. Askc.l as to an efficient, remedy, Mr.. Holmes advocatcil the system oMaliilg. lanrl for ,tlie cost ,-if dcstroyins weeds. This system is in jn ('hc state ol Uashlngton, and IK Uic only ade- niiiUo system of -.vc-ed dcslfur.tiori which IMS come under ifr. Holmes' observation. Prelude-.wneat win w" a "raft of Mr. .Ho'inea' crop next year, and ho expects wonderful resulls from (l.is variety. Hr.. intends In sow it on summer fallow land. Crops-in general nre wr-ll ndvnr.c-il' and in good growing romlilion in Hie Raymond ilistrict, thnuch Mr Holirits thinks the ;iry ol yesterday worked considerably agcinst Ihe growth. Oiow." QUEBEC LUMBER MILLS BURNED Qi.ebeo, July ,urabor of tho H. H Gooday company, on the, Quebec thirty mllOB frora M. destroyed by ,iat- nigut. The datnags WBB cov- ered by WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNINO Plum -July Frouse, the ton of' a well- to-do farmer." iva'Bi.Blruo.k: Ijy lightning yulerilHy burn, ed. .The bolt knocked; him uncon- Into tlio boltom ot the wagon, the tenni wandering: homo unsuldcd.1 Hia recovery.is-.doubtful.. Meeting i'f OH Frfontft Paul hod a ooopla o( callers yesterday, one of whom wnj an old school mate. They were A. Bol- lendahl and M. A. Stone, wboaro-frora Chicago, anjl sre "having a look over Alberta. "Paul nhd. -Mr. Bolzendalil wore gi-eat pnls.ln boyhood daye, and naturally rliere iiuicli to chit ab- it In the 'reuclofi.- For Milk that is Milk AND Cream that is Cream TRY Cox's Dairy Phone 1065 LUND B RECK The Most Convenient On- i I I.' tre for the NORTH, SOUTH AND MIDDLE 'FORKS OK THE OLD WAN RIVER Up-fo-Date Livery Finesl Hotel in I'nss Tisliing ;