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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I tt TO TRAIN" Windsor a Bay Holll In The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN LltHMIMM J The DallBH Hotel 2 to th.BMt (Ml CMMMk iMit to About that new Dresser Possibly you have been holding off buying, -thinking that Uio kind you want are too high for you just now WE SAY. FORGET IT, como right in and pick out what you want now while our lino is plele, for wo have The goods you want at the price you want to pay curry all the newer ideas, both in design nhd fiuisli. Some of the finishes are. Dull and Polished, Quarter Sawn White Oak in Gold- en, Dull and Polished; Early Eng llsh and Furred, aud tho prices are Just little lees than you expect. HAVE YOU NOTICED THE NEW KYONYX GOODS in our Trlndoire. This is something up to minute. It ought to Inter- tn you. in-and see us anyway at THE HOUSE.OF QUALITY FURNITURE You Know Where.That'll Standard Furniture Co. Home of Quality Furniture Opposite Morris Theatre Are you alive To tlie advantage in. using indei filing devices in your office. have everything from a 3 x 5 inch.cabinet to a vertical letter OJe. Our thirty dollar flat top sanitary office desk is a dandy. Our roll top' is something new, the roll be'ng only elevea Joshes above the working surface. Let iis show you. ROBERTSONS BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK WRIT DOOR WKST Of UNION BANK. PHONE ACINTS ran EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITEM, One Hair in Your Head is Worth Two in the Brush If the brush is getting: away too many of them, SALVIA HAIR TONIC Giie it a trial, it won't cost you anything if not satisfactory. Price 60 cents The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA The1 Really Economical Housewife Buys good soap. She buys it cheaply if she good it must be." We keep all ithe-good-kinds and in endless variety. new tWi ATKINSON'S RED ROBE, ENGLISH BATH SALTS. ATKINSON'SiCOLOGNE ENGLISH BATH SAtTB, ,i i N'S WHITE ROSE EXTRACT. _ J JACKSON CO. HAVE A QLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER It li almply cooling ind refreshing theae bllstiering hot days. Pure healthtur and jood for you. Have you tried our Aaaorted Sodas? They are rsal nifty beieratOB, the richt fla- Everybody's drinking them, why not yoj? Let us Imo jour order, The Lethbridge Brew- ing Malting Co. Ltd. PHONE 6M HAIR moilo W trwted hair, ab- rot BOT iMnct HW Bot tan x'mttit, or fpilt, nd irlTW carry art AbuluMr found ud Ctrriet ill utock Ctaadun General Limited 20c Fruit in Large Quantities and at Right Prices 'Hint K the linmllo Ciult You con nlnajt ioly ou iiuallt} foi hnndle oulj tlic boat oh- talnnblc'niid buy iti largo ciimulltles BUI! know wncro to buy. Todiy we have a fine assortment. STRAWBERRIES from Crcston, the boat RIPE TOMATOES fiom Washington, price ou Uic niniKet, pilco 3 foi poi bilkket price per Ib............ NEW POTATOES, Irom Wnshlugton; 050 Price per GREEN PEAS, from Washington, price pounds WAX BEANS, from Washington Tiicc per pound GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES, CARROTS, Beets, Turnlpi, Lettuce, etc, at lowest mirekt prices. CALIFORNIA .PLUMS, PEACHES, AND APRICOTS, Price per basket.....................' T5c. Orders taken for li. 0. Red Currants. Gooseberries and -Cherries. Our'.first shipment Is 'to arrive this week. 'PRESERVING BLUEBERRIES from Kenora, the first to arrive next week, Watch our ad's for particulars, RED AND BLACK RASPBERRIES from price per. basket v BLACK BERRIES, from Washington; per basket...................... PINEAPPLES, from Singapore, price each 25c; per dozen CHERRIES, fiom Idaho, price 10 Ib box price per 20 Ib. box PHONES: Grocery Depl. S2S. Wholesale Ocpt 1271. Ice Cream OepL 627. THE GOOD COMPANY nlQH CLASS QROCEM ICK CREAM FRUIT AND WHOLESALE RETAIL _. Wholesale Dept. let Dtp'. C2T. WEATHER 68 .48 Idmonton Coronation 72 Moose Jaw -'7 ?ort 'Arthur 7-1 Srand Forks .V '-'..SO jalgarj _ G8 Medicine H-at SO H Showers of rain and local thunder- storms have again occurred in the dif- erent pMirie mces a t erj ain fall occurred in Prince Albert istrict. It has been moderately arm. FORECAST All West-Some lo- al showers or thunderstorms, but artly fnir 113 decided. change emperature. CITY AND DISTRICT V. R. Gilraore, the new phrs'cal iH- ector-of the V.M.C.A., arrived in' IE city yesterday afternoon, The police yesterday picked up, ou 10 streets a package oi insurance apers, the property of M! Healy, oi" oronto. Building permits taken out iis morning by ,Jos. Clamber, 16th St A ior o> costing and by Louis Moore, 6th Are, N, tor a cost- Latigdoh exhibition dates have been changed from Sept.-3rd to 4th to Aug loth and 16th The change was made owing to the celebra- tion in Calgarj early in September F McQueen and Dr 0. E. Baihn, ot.'Clieslev, Ontario, are in the city looking alter the interests of consid- erable propertv ilicy own here. Mi McQueen, "is exciting more interest in the east at the present time than any other citv." Another of the city bvlaws has gone bad just when needed most Chas. Brower, colored, who "runs a hoarding house in the Whitney block, arraigned ior keeping a boarding house without a license. Citv Solici- tor Bali had the case in Imnrt, and asked that it be dismissed He will ameud the In law so that it will stand the test of fire in police court Joe Cans and Alex McLean got inT to a rough and tumble :Iast night on" Fifth St They nere taken in hand by the police, and appeared this morning charged w ith creating a dis- turbance. McLean..who seemed to he tho aggressor, was nneri fnc and costs or ten days. Gans 'was .dis- missed. His manj friends will be pleased to learn that Mr. S. ;F. Ch.asey lias re- sumed his former position with Mac- Icod Bros the n en's furnisher-; Mr has a thorough knowledge oJ the business, and .this, added to ttfta- bihty and prompt attention, helps make this popular store the mecca for many men looking for the up-to- date in Nothing. Poarl Wilson, who has figured large- Iv m police court circles for the past days, he deported When it found ihat the case .ifminst her vestcrday had fallen through her past history was invcshgatpd, and Tmmigration Humphries called in. He secured the "necessary' data this morning, and she is now htmg littlrt on bail awaiting a free ride to the bo-undary House- keeping .Suitcsito Furnished or .unfurnished, each contains private bath- room, kitchen with oiL.-stove installed, sink and cupboards with pantry, living rom and bedroom. Hot and r cold water, steam heated, janitor service. See us for terms THEXlRKHAM 3LOCK 5th SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRKHAM BKOB 3l5.SixthSt For The Gentjer Sex A timely .talk on season- able toilet goqds is not: amiss Our stock i comprises the needed and'destied toilet lielps the necessities We sell-- the-better "known' toilet vivo- inan. raws infant -r- powders, "cregmp, and toilet batbjgodds and sach- ets. v v Of we have a par- iTticularly e-v'tfellentHme; the fewest floral "and com f Well as the old favorite real flower odors. For the newest and best of any toilet article or perfume come here you -won't waste time, J. D. Higinbotham The Rexall Store ENGLISH LADS ARRIVE FOR ONTARIO FARM BUSINESS LOCALS Old papers tor salts at tho Herald Oltiw KM wfTlct, 470. RBI Cimr Store.. Ii4 J. O. sign writer, etc. Phone ,1167. 119 j Baggage Room, phone 652. Transfer in connection IH-t Phoiu 666 the Messenger Service lor ojipt message and baggage delivery. KOr Innh 'class French liouc 17-1, CnwB ClcaucrV; 178 0 Toronto, July English lads destined for Ontario farma'arriv- ed in Toronto steamgliip Ion- ian Ranging in years f i om flfteen. to twenty-one, the hoys are sent out by the. Junior Imperial Immigration So- ciety of East'London, and were in charge of T E Sedswick. They have been gathered from the clasa ot work- ing boys of that district, and repre sent the first selection since that movement started to place working hois in colonies This la purely a farm movement. :The boys .were met at the depot ny Hon .1. S. ister of Agriculture; H. director of colonization, and 2Tr. John Karrcll, special Immigiation officer. "They are .the.finest bunch of boys I ever said Mr. Macdonald. NOTICE TO ODDFELLOWS 1. O. O. F. WILL HOLDI JOINT INSTALLATION The officers and members ot I iLodie No. 2, Viaduct Lodge No. 53, and Mizpah Lodge No 72, I. O. O F, hold a joint in- stallation in the i. o. o. f. MALI FRIDAY EVENING JULY 12th Itefrenhments: ami program' after the Members and' visitors' cor- dially Invited, CITY AND DISTRICT A regrettable typographical error crept into the Good Company's gro- cery and fruit advertisement. The words "preserving blueberries" from Kenora appeared as "preserving There is some difference all right. Mr. Good-expects a large sMpjuent of Kenora blueberries which as .every-one-knows, are the finest the fine. The shipment will go rapii Ijr and orders should he placed inuiji diately. Iir conversation with one or tw prominent fanning men today th Herald learned that tiie crop situa- tion ou the whole is of a most gra tifying character, and there Is n cause for alarm. The recent rain much to-stamp out Ui cut: worm nuisance and the genen opinion seems to he one of extrem satisfaction all round. Not a passes but what one can hear favorable icports on Jhe icsult this j ear's crop Business, as a re Milt, is taking.on a ami crj are Rearms; tli of cotnjng One very well known business man ti day expressed the belief that withi the few weeks lethbridge woul experience-'a period of jlctivity.whic should citv onward uit emphahc progress toward the goa of greatness. Heavy Cocoa Door Mats 14 x 24 90c each 16 x 27 in cadi 18 x 30 in. each 20 x 33 each 24 x 39 in each 30 x 48 each 18 x 31 in. Kubber'Mars Combinalion Scraper.and Brush......... Foot Scrapers L........K...............i.-.-.j 15c These Cocoa Door Mats are all Lhe highest -i -i quality. WANT TO SHARE IN HUGE PROSPERITY SOCIETY MUST HELP THEM FIGHT THEIR BATTLES NOW July Ward, M R, in an interview on labor disputes says that once it is universally re cognized that workmen and'employ- ers should oth position in modern industry and com merce, a great many of the difficulties will be removed. Having instanced the progress mad' in .the of the workers in many trades during the past twenty five' years, Mr. Ward says it is an en tire mistake for those who doinofc be long to tho class io imagine that the 'men in theii present efforts by, anj great concepuoiis ot revolutionary change The grea.t mass of them have no such ideas, as aniono who goes among them and obtains a real know ledge of them in their daily, life their family life will immediately dis- cover. The extent of their ambition s to get a fair and just share of what appears to be a great and widespread condition ot prosperity, and at present their aspirations fido not contemplate anything behind that. TO .my. mind .ho aim. they havo, set before them- ree perfectly legitimate aud reasonable one. "The, firit duty of the gensral pub ic'is to grasp the fact that they are as much interested in industrial 1 lutes as the contending parties; and soek to devise ways and means of settling dis pules. Hitherto it has been commonly supposed that Ihe only duty of the state is to 'keen the ring' and tet :the workman, fight out their the bilter end, but now society must in- sist In taking its share In the bunin When this duty is fully and frankly recognlxed we may hope to marked diminution in the disputes that have cauted w. much'apprehen- sion in tiiu minds of rainy people who. have had no direct concern In them and taken up that faire attitude which was so vehement- ly criticized