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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i >HM TO ALi. C M tat o.y In -V Albwte The Lethbridge Dally Herald WMl Ml ,The u SUMMER GOODS ---------------FOR--------------- SUMMER COMFORT We hero give on some iclc.i ol lite nutn lmoi> we sell ot goods for summer and oomloi! Being such large dealeis in ail goods c are to sell at the most pleasing pi u e- You cannot .afford to be without one those hot days and the tavins Is great whore you have fruit, meats, vegetable! or milk to keep. Prices range to PERFECTION O 1 L STOVES help solve the difficulty of how to cook In. comfort during the liot weather. They do all your cooking and baking perfectly. Prices to SCREEN DOORS AND better selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and all wall made aud finished. Prices ringe to. Adiustable windows AND EVAPORATOR STOVES Get one now and liave a full season's use of one of the finest cooking and baking stoves made. Prices range from to i Agents for Shcrwin-Willianis Beady Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. We Attention to Mill Ordtra CROATOLL'S DE LUXE LEVANT SETS Voli, List price 154.00. Sale Volt. Lltt price (36.00. Sale Voli. Lilt price Sale Vols. Lltt price Sale Volt. Lilt price Sale Volt. Lit1 price Sale Volt. Lltt price Sale Volt. Lilt price Sale Voli. Lilt Sale BALZAC ..........18 BROWNING ......12 ......10 COOPER .........12 HUGO 3 DUMAS..........10 -ELIOT 10 TOLtTOI .........12 my others at reduced prices. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK inVf. DOOR: WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity nnd pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner of their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of .the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will be coin- pounded right. Bring all 3our prescriptions here to-be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. fllMCRIPTION SPECIALISTS A. B. RIPLEY, PHONE 77? No. 3 A Folding Pocket Kodak 1 THIS IS A BEAUTY TlkM 3 14 I 5 1 2 inches Capacity 10 exposures. Weight kodak 41 Double combination lena, rapid rectilinear, focal lanltil 8 1-3 inches, ball bearing shutter, two tripod sockets, bril- Uint finder with hood, automatic focusing lock. PRICE carrr a full line of photographic material. Leave your films with to be and printed Every order promptly attend- "JACKSON COPE BLOCK. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS ta JOHNSTON f JACKSON. PHONE IZJi ALBERTA'S PEIDB BEEE EE3STEWS VDI AND VIGOR. Get yourself into shape for "that tired that comes In the Spring and Summer, fortifying your coustitution with Al- aWrU'B Prfde Tills beer is a tonic and a strengthened A glass or two dally will jlre renewed life and vigor when you really feel. like falling IU purity IB absolute and ft a predigested liquid food, easily; aulmllated by the weakest stomach. It Is a boon to thoie suffer- ing from weakened digestive organs.- Alberta's Pride beer is brewed from best barley malt aud Bo- hemian bops, bv methods; strictly sanitary. THE LETHBRIDGE 'BREWING MALTING CO., Limited AND DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. P. 0. 10X 270 124 SIXTH 8T. 6. PHONE 581 Oiu Jiist oiu of Abboitod Finits and lor the season has aii'hod All in Mist class condilion Hod liow .arriving. l'o have dally uliliniionli 'direct from Washington. Al'KlCOTS, Tor preserving, tour baskets lo.llio cnUo. price por crato llll'E TOAIATOKS, lino quality, price per five- pound bahKc't 65c OANTISLOUl'BS. each, price........10c and 15c WATBUM13bO.NB, price per pound...........5c BANANAS, extra fine stock, price per dozen..40c Ll.MONKIHA LEMONS, the flllCBt lemons packeil, price per dozen -----.----...............40c SOUR CHEHRIHS, for prenervlnx; HOW IH the pro- per time to preserve Clicrrlw. 1'rlcc, twenty four hnsket crate' NKW BUY ONIONS, California-stock, price four pounds for 25e NKW a largo shipment Just In by express. Price, 4 pounds for-----'........25c Do not delay In ordering your preserving Strawberries (is the season Is almost over. Creston Her- lies, price pel ditto THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN STORE HIGH CLASS GROCERS OUFFEMJN ROUND ST. tCE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH fwON'E ;SJ5 WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONE W THE WEATHER Kdmwitou, fair G6 -12 Calsary, clear...... 83 38 .10 I.ethliridge. lair 73 -17 Saskatoon, clear.......... 6li -15 Winnipeg, clear 61 50 Nelson, clear 70 -15 Port Arthur, cloudy 53 The weather over the Prairie Pro- vinces has been for Hie most part fine and comparatively cool. FORKCAST All today and on Wednesday.and comparatively cool. CITY AND DISTRICT Whitla posi office has been created a money order office. Medicine Hat's city lax "rale" has been fixed at 11 million thp, dollar. E- J. Fewings has resigned secretary oi the Medicine Hat School Board and hospital Board. The S- 0. E. White-Rose will; meet tomorrow in place their regular Wednesday meeting. D. C. Nixon, representing the Can- adian Courier and the Canadian Farm is in the city today E. M. Thomassbn, of theY.M.C.A., went to Crow's Nest this morning the bovs who are to c.imp but lull return evening The Hoy Scouts ace requested to meet at the residence of Scoutmas- ter K.iat-e on Thursday evening at seven-thirty sharp: Dispatch carrying will take place. George John, one of'the ice. cream peiMIcrs, was fined a dollar and costs tills'morning for penciling ice cream on C.p.R. property without permis- sion. The Ellison Milling Company re- port that they have plenty of flour orders in, but that their stock is nearlr exhausted and will have to wait patiently till the crop comes m. The 'squatters of the: west end oi the city, who have been requested by the authorities io .doing io, moving their dwellings to the extreme north-east of North Leth- bridge, and, consequently the demand 'or cheap lots .is great. J. L. received a .tele- gram last .night'staging that Eugene Ely with his mechanicians 'and his 'atiious. flying machine; would arrive in the cih this in order to nakc preparation for tlic flight on Prom now forward the city .council j ill Kepi busy preparing the esti-' nates for the different departments J rder to strike a tax rale for ,911. Tax notices must be sent out >y, Sept. 1, and the rate will have o be .struck within the next couple of weeks so that the office staff will lave sufficient time to get the notic- es made out. The council will hold special sessions until, the rate is FRUIT JARS and RUBBER RINGS Mason Pint Quart %-Gallcm Improved Gem Pint Quart 14-Gall on Quick delivery. SEE HJRKHAM BROS Phone 556 HURRY BACK DEAR MR. KING Ottawa, July repart'ot the conciliation board, Inquiring Into the miners' itrike in Alberta and British Columbia, ll now In the of the depirt- menl ot labor, but detail! will not be announced until Hon. Mac- kentie King, minltter of labor, returni to Ottawa. struck light tile first one will he to- BUSINESS Complete change 01 pictures lurska tonight, Some show at the Eureka tonight. for J5 cents Old papers for sale at Herald of. J Mmrnian Pice 1 72 J. D. Hlgjnbotham A Co., Ltd. are. agents for EASTMAN'S Kodaks, Fllmi, Solio, Velox Tank Developer! KODAK CAMERAS: .From ?1-00-to at The! family and DUfxnuInt Cbemisti Night and Day Tfllepnon. No. 32: NlKht Bell ou Front Door CITY AND DISTRICT John 01 the Taylor Milling Company went to Maclcod yesterday on a business trip. C. W.-.Cpok and E. Al.Sharman, of the LcthbtidgMVciburn Realty Co, of thiSi have just returned Flagstone. B. C., .where the" com- panv has just auju.rcd 100, acres of choice fruit land Ih's was Mr TIJI that of the Kootcnay District, -and Call 66B, the Lethbrldge Messenger Service for 'quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. 210-0 Don't tail to sec "Under the Stars and Biirs1 V a great war, story -at Hie EureK Milliner} he was astonished at thp quality of thr .land and the prospects this- district holds out to the fruit grower- find truck Farmer. The Great Northern Hail way runs through this.- district, ami the CVP.H. are buildingvthrough from the north and arc already :with- RUN SPECIAL STOCK TRAIN Bringing Fine Exhibits From Edmonton Fair to Lethbridge A special meeting'Of'the directors of the Agricultural, Societ) V.M. belli ilg, and it was decided In iDstnonc the' dance advertised tot nn.u night, until a later date, the cause of this action bcinR that the building has not yet been turned ov- er to the-city by'the contractors. Secretary McNicol, attended the Calg-irv exhibition distributing "nrixc lists tor the fair here, announc- ed 'that he had been successful in get- ting the beautiful sot oi coronation pictures, which will be thrown on an immense screen in front of the grand- stand during the evenings of first three rtavs He also stated that he was endeavoring to get a special stnc'c train from Tdmonton to Leth- bridge. to run immediately after the close of'the fair in the former place. The special mil contain a number of stocv cars loaded .until some of the beet horses, cattle and other stock in the; province. V prominent feature of the fair this mil he the magnificent elec- trical illuminations of the grounds at night Supt Reid, of the municipal electric department, aided by the oth- er electricians of the .city, will have ot this display, which promis- es to he the most artistic and most brilliant ever seen -in Western Canada. dome oi the exhibition hall build- ing be ablaze at night with a rrass of electric bulbs of all colors, and arranged so as to be seen to the best. possible advantage. Thp other buildings also b6 brilliantly lighted Fifteen thousand dollars are offered at the fair Among the are many, valuable cups and trophies offered for competition in various classes These trophies, how ever, .will not he awarded unless the exhibit is worthy of the" same, and the judges will be instructed to abide strictly to this rule. The indgcs this year are the best thai could be obtained, and prospec- tive, exhibitors mav rest assured that justice will he dealt out to them. Following are (he judges appointed up to (be present time. N. who is a ell-knoun aulhonty on poultry Grain, grasses and Buffum, of. Wyoming. Prof. Buffum is a notable expert on grams and grass cs, and orb as Jllfigc at many state fairs bmt at the International Dry Farming t'oncrcss. .He will al- so jiirtec the district and individual Bargains lor TbursiUn, Iln cishl miles of Flagstone The Loth competition and I offei thr 10-1 Realty Co, a surveyor on the subdividing mainder of my summer millinery at larcains as never-before offered this tract into 10 acre lots 'and in- Lcllibridgc Hals north up to 00 'lpncl letting "n the market m to J8 for J3 10, and a fcwliaU that were 515 for J5. I am closing my millinery parlors; from. 'July 15th un- Jsl. Miss ('.iincron, Hill Block, Rcdp.ith SI 177-) Saj I Don't-miss dial grcal Mili- lary Drama "llrioism showInt; Iho gallant conduct of .a young boy. To- uuiM at the the near iufure. A despatch says that crop coiuIfUoiis. in Quebec "arc very KHe old John Farley, of Pough rroiii'wUng, a poinoiioiiB weed nhiJo ijjay.ft hornc wltli another youngster. NThe, Farley, hoy WAS (he horse, and in ek'.ing Rome "hsy" got hold of plant. plants uit flowers, and TCRC Tnrill, the Ternll Flora! Company, Lcthbridgc. II. Murray, .of .the Alex- andra Hotel. Other experts mil engaged to judtje the othei Gaynor, of New York, wrlllcn (coring the dancing at the winter there, in which hp he has directed the police .to watch the performance and make It necmnrr. Summer House Dresses A splendid lunge of nent diesscs in print ii'.id well linisliod, in variety oi pat- tenih, with low neck or neat linen Summer Corsets Light corbels, medium length with liobc snpportcis. This corset is an ex- ceptionally fine corset for summer we'ar, be- ing of ligljt jucsli material and very pliable. i Boys' Sailor Blouses Take your rlioict, while'opportunity affords yon the best selection in the city. Striking patterns neatly made, at reasonable SA1LOE SUITS The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. FOR A FEW DAYS Cash Talks "SURE CUT" on LAWN MOWERS 12 in. U in. 16 in. SP5.25 while they a lew left- Phone 575 ARTHUR HAYR Assignee We Lead in Our Lines Now that the HOT WEATHER IS HERE, come in and HEAR SOME (MUSIC and HAVE SOME ICE CREAM Uiat u worthy ot name. Try a JERSEY CREAM, latest drink out; it's deliof ROCHON BROS. CONFECTIONERS A prominent business man said the other day: "Gilmorc, that Quaker Bread is the finest bread I ever ate. You e success." ''NAME ON Madam' are wafting tor your addreis, so to you thlt loaf. Jult PHONE" 1027 GILMORE U10 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Economy in Household SAVING IN FUEL, SAVING IN ENERGY SAVING IN FEELINGS -BLUE FLAME OIL COOKING STOVES- Ecpresent the Highest Development "of Ker- osene Cooking Devices. Equipped with cab- inet and oven. -SAFETY GASOLINE STOVE- Give Perfect Results in Cooking without the intense heat of the range. All of One, Two or Three Hurners. The McKeown Htniware Co. Ltd COKNtft 8TH ANO 4TH AVC, LETHIMIMI. ;