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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'U PUCK TO At. TKAINt Hotel Windsor t SMI 11.21 Bay Hotil In Albwti TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald IN J The Dallas Ifetel J la tha Baat and'i tout Plaoa M Home of Quality Furniture TTresh fioiu the factory, another ear of those Handsome Beds and Sleep-Inducing and Mattresses. about your night's rest? Do. you get ilp in the morn- lug rested-: aud cheerful or do' you have a- grouch and start the day all out nf sorts Now.our.kind of SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES are all the GUAR- ANTEED KIND; they must give you satisfaction, in every way, comfort as well as service. They will'dirc. that grouch the first time you use them. Just think what it would mean to you getting up every, morning feeling fine. Think It over, then come in and let us: show you-the goods themselves. They are our biggest argument. YOU-KNOW WHO WE ARE Standard Furniture Co. Home of Quality Furniture Opposite Morris Theatre Are you alive To the advantage, in" using-index .filing .devices .in "your "office. Mre have everything from a 3 x 5 inch cabinet to a vertical letter file. Our tuirts dollar flat top sanUar> office ddsk is a dandy Our roll top is something roll being only eleven inches above the voikiug surface. Let us show you ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY FIRST BOOK WEST OF UNION PHONE AQENTB FOR EMPIRE AND UNPERWOOD TYPEWRITCHI CORNS CORNS CORNS CORNS CORNS Whj do you complain and grumble about that corn, when 3011 can buy a safe corn remover for 25 cents Our now famous corn remoter is still doing good work. The best money back if not satisfied 25 at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. CORNS COENS CORNS CORNS The Really Economical Housewife Buys good Nsoap. She buys -it clicaply" if slie good it must be., )Ve keep all Mbe good-kinds and in endless variety. week'; ATKINSON'S RED ROSE, ENGLISH'BATH SALTS. ATKINSON'S COLOGNE ENGLISH BATH" SALTS. .ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE EXTRACT. JACKSON CO. PKE1CKIPTION CftERLOCK PHONI More Preserving Fruit from British Columbia RJCD CUmjAATS, UOOSKBHHKIEN AND C'HKUIUKS AVe are now booking- orders for ihe :'bove lines ami would advise placing orders Cor nt oner for bo short. We expect our shipment bomelime this w'cok and prices will bo follows: Red CiiiTiiufs. 2-1 quarts (o or.ile. Price per crate Gooseberries, 24 quarts to mile. Price per unite 1'resen ing Cherries, 10 Ib. lott, or. Price per Crcstou arrivetljodax in should bo on for a short time only. Order immediately if you want any, Price per THE GOOD COMPANY PHONH! T PHONES! Grocery Dept. 6N. Dept. 1271, Ice Cream Dept 427. CLASS OROCEM CREAM FftUIT ANB WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL WhpUaala let Cream Dapi. WEATHER Eiliiionton..................... 64 Calgarv 5S> lethhiidge 60 lloose Jaw Winnipeg Penticton [led Deer........ Brooks Medicine Hat' 'rince Albert Swift Current 'ort Arthur ielson Crand Forks' 42 Ib 13 71-48 SO DC 70 30 50 60 111 44 52 59 65: B3 CO 68 -IS .08 6S 70 07 72 52 .05 Showers of rain'have fallen all districts ot the prairie prouuc- the weather has been cool in the lest FORECAST All -West-Fair and ool Wednesday fair; not 'much hangc'iu temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S BEER It is simply cooling a3d refreshing these blistering hot days Pure healthful and good for you Haie sou tried our Assorted Sodas? They are leal nifty beverages, with the right'fla- vor Fverybody's drinking them, wiy not jou? Let us have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- Hf Malting Co. Ltd. RHONE 654 Contractors Ooncrcle .Cluils, 5 cdbic feet capaejtp "Bull-Frog" Cbnfcractojs steel barrows, 4 cubic feet capacity. .CARRIEP IN STOCK Canadian Genera) Supply Co. Ltd. f. O. tft 2nd Avt. fc PHONK HI I ____1___'._____ ________________________fj__________j_____________I Bishop Legal is expected the citj bout the end of the mouth Vld Ydanis icconipanicd his family o Frank this afternoon and will re- urn in the resumed this morning .on he uianv en ic contracts and build- sis toiling erected in the Building Inspector Mecch lias been laced in direct chaige of the new ings are being elected at he Fair grounds Supt A Reui, of the electrical dc- artment, refcurncd yestelday dUer- oon froiii Bostoh, where be attended ic annual convention of electrical ex- erts of America. A District League baschall game ill be plaved tomorrow'night at the tlilotic Park at C 30 sharp, between inchcr Creek and, Lcthhiulge Owing to the abhcncc of Father from the Litv only two raasbrs ill be solemnized at St. Patrick's church next one at 9 a m and the oilier at 11 a m Fa- ther Larose will be in charge of the services. A couple of hots appeared before Commissioner Shaw the depart- ment for Delinquent day aiternoon The elder was sentenc- ed to three jcais in the Portage-1 La Prairie reformatory, while the young- ci was. allowed out on piobalton. All whether members, of the local Veterans' Brigade or not, are requcstpd to attend the meeting 01 the brigade to be held in the of- fices of Asquith and Lindsay tomor- row' evening at eight o'clock, when matters pertaining to the proposed ret icv of the company by II. R. H. the Duko of Connatifhl on here will be discussed. II Barrmger, who arraigned in 3ohcc court }csterday morning on a charge o' stealing a pair of shoes from Mr. Wat.son, appeared again be- fore Justices of the Peace Kentloj and Ilnmphlics this morning. He ileadcd guilty to the charge, making ,he excuse that he WAS diunk at the lime liarunger haJ appealed in court oniv a'few (lav's ago. oh a drunk charge and was gnrm .1 chance to go to work, did not cnibracc portmuU to brace up This time he will to work lie wds two( months at bard laboi Our Clearing Price PRETTY TEA SETS Teapot, and cream, a few two tups (IQ and saucers Berry Sets. at........ 7 and 13 piece sets Half a doye'i prettv cups and saueqrs MAKE NICE WEDDING GIFTS These -are certainly cut prices. K1RKHAM -Ib Sixth St BOTTLES WE ARE OPENING A NEW LINE OF WATER BOTTLES JUST THE-, .REAL THING THESE DAMP- DAYS; J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. THE BORN Mr. and Mrs A. E Wcston, a daughter, July GUi. BUSINESS LOCALS Old papers for sale at; the" Herald Office 150-0 Fer quick baggaga ieivlce, PDOM I7t. Hex Store J. G. Leadbetler, sign .writer, 'tic. Phone 1167. _ Hoom, phone Transfer In connection _ 114-a, I'hone 666 the Jlensengei Keniceifor lunate delivery. CITY ANPrPISTMCT Miss Jane Adams, has chaigc o[ the sclucncc department of the ptovincial department of agri- culture, armed in the city jebtcrday afternoon to confer with Uic women's section of thc'Diy Farming' Con- gress iclative to taken up at institute meetings to" be held throughout the district. The police arrested a couple of garden drunks at ihe rcac of Ar- lington 1.I8L night. They could give no account of thenuches this moimng, hut said if they were let oil IIicjj would go back to work on nngjtion ditch The) will the costs before (licy aie given their liberty. "The giain looked better'1 and there is no room for complaint" This the opinion expressed to the Hot aid today bj D. S Robinson, a pi eminent farmer -who us a (hiee-nuartcr section bctucrn Cham- pion and Mr Uohhison snj.s the crops are in fine comlitifin anil thai the prospects for a .success- ful season weie never etttccri twenty-five ami ihirty'Jpoys l leave, the city'.tomorrow'morning about four' o'clock for the- Y M C camp at Sentinel The junlgrs mil wm in oanip'unClt July 20tht and seniors will cpinptcle 'their ooting jn-cii July 2fllh and .July Sflih. 'Ihe camp to be a great suc- cess- CITY AND DISTRICT Householders on Firth Arc., A., S., .were startled last night on hearing a shot fired trombone.of the houses. It seems that the man of the house went home and attcr an altercation with other members of the family threatened .up somebody the establishment. What ills provoca- tion, was cannot be learned. However, he, shot out. of, one of the upstairs windows instead and the neighbors gatheied to see what was doing However, weie gnen no satisfac- tion and the police were not called Vothuig was. known of the af- fair at, the police station ihijT morn- ing EDMONTON'S HOPE IS IN THE G.IP. announce njade b> E ,T. Chamberlain, president. of.Uhe GL'and -Trunk Rail- way sjstem, while in Kdmonton a that unless.iimforseen labor'troubles1 arise the main line of Uia Giaud Trunk Pacific road will be completed between Fort William, Ont and Prince Rupert B the close of 1013 This will give Edmoji ton the. Pacific coast by. the shortest- route ,and easiest-: grade through, the Rocky fountains, :also opening new tenitory tor trade development industrial growth, ilr. Chamberlain panies friendly ,tQJ the- Grand Trunk Pacific which -are now building roads in ihe Peace River country, Will be ready for traffic before the winter of 1D14, and added .that the company's Steamship service, between the Pa- cific coast'and the Orient will ed soon The railway company now arranging to build new elevators at all line. Heavy Cocoa Door Mats 14 x 90c each 16 in each 18 x 30 in.' each 20 x 33 in. t. each 24 x 39 in. i........... each 30 x 48 in. each 18 x 31 in. Bubbex 'Mats Cpmbination Scraper and Foot Scrapers 15c Those Cocoa Door Mats arc all the highest Duality. Stafford-Agnew Co. "If you live out of town, write us." MRS. GEORGE GRAY DEAD 1 he death "occurred' yesterday m this city of Johann aged 33 jears, wife of Geolgc Gray, the known station agent at Caritston. Deceased had onH liccn ill tor a fe.w dajs and of Edinburgh, Scotland, from whcic she came to j Lethbridge three jcars ago She re-, sided then with her brother, J. White who was a furniture dealer on. Cr.ibb stieet, oppoMte Herald Deceased' leases to mourn her'los'J, a little daughter one jcar old, a loving hus- band, three sisters and a mother. Edinburgh, brothers in Van- couver The funeral arrangements have not yet been jnadc pending the arrival of deceased's brolher. from Vancouver. Not Luxuries, but necessary for the Health and Happi- ness of the Family. Refrigerators, Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Hammocks The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd M ITH AND 4TH AVE. LCTHBRIDQ1. FIRST HYDRO-AERO-BUS ON LAKE GENEVA The Most Recent Development of Av- iation Makes Trial Tnpt Pans, July visiting thetshcTc'of the of Geneva this summer will be interested to find ply- ing ihe re the fiist "hydro-aero-bus' pf the world. This most recent deyelop- ment of aviation, as Its name implies, is a large hydro-aeroplane, holding several persons, the noik of Roger Somnicr, the well-known French con- w.ho will pilot craft. He has been making trial -tiips for the last" two months. built .to carry, six passengers, who will buy tickets and resen ed seats as in other public vehicles To avoid possible risk in alighting on the water, the speed will not exceeding 45 miles an hour. The will make daily circuits from to town around the lake, making opposite LjuiBtnne, Its hekfUjuarters. SHOT THE RANGE MARKER East Angus, Que.r July years of .age, .was shot and instantly killed Info hiurntng, while markinK at (lie rifle ranges, by K. Gorham. An'Inquest will be. held to- morrow. SIUiSTONE FLAT WALt COLOURS Hdw.Co. ..Free Booklet Advice 6th St., South EXCLUSIVELY in thli dlltrlct hive Juit un- l.lded l Mrlo.d of fumom McAVlTV GOODS Invite of 'goedl A FEW OF THB STOCK LINES ARE i Tht "McAVlTV IMPROVED" Globe, Angle mil Chuck Valvei "VICTOR" and "Mo Thi .''McAVITY" Iran Body Mounted Injtetori, Lubricators, etc Locomotive Brill Globe and Pop Safety Va'lvei LACK AND GALVANIZED IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS' FLANGED GASKETS J. B. TURNEY COMPANY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Mini tnd Mill Munlclaal Phtnin and 1755 Lelhbridae, Albtrtl 1248 2nd Ave. ;