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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS Windsor Day Hotel In Alberta Herald WHIN IN The 4. U BWt'aitd i -fr -FOR- MMER COMFORT .-'give you some idea of the many lines sell of goods for summer'use and comfort. such large dealers in all these goods 'are able to sell at the most pleasing prices. can- not afford to be without one theia hot days and the saving is great where you havo fruit, meats, vegeta- bles or milk to keep. Prices range to SCREEN DOORS AND WIN. better selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and all well made and finished. Prices range- to Adiustable windows 25c-50c NEW PERFECTION OIL STOVES help solve the difficulty of how to cook in comfort during the hot wea- ther. They do all your cooking and baking perfect- ly. Prices to GASOLINE AND EVAPOR- ATOR STOVES Get one now and have a full sea- son's use of one of the fin- est cooking and baking stoves made. Prices range from to Agents for Shenvin-WilHaias Hearty Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 761 P. O. Box We Give Special Attention to Mall CROWELL'S LUXE LEVANT SETS BALZAC ..........18 BROWNING ......12 Vols. CARLY8LE ......10 Vols. COOPER .........12 Vols. DICKENB ........15 Vols. HUGO........... 8 Vols. DUMAS ..........10 Vols. ELIOT ..........-.10 Vols. TOLSTOI .........12 Vols. List price List List price List price List price S45.00. List price List price price Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sate Sale Sale many others at reduced prices. NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST Of UNION BANK. PHONE 12fiV AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drug's ami the Necessary .'Experience in Compounding The ralue of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- of the drugs and the method and manner of their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our tralninp. experience and equipment aesure that all medicines will be com- pounded right. Bring all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. R1PLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 It Is much easier and more rleneant to take a little cash and buy YOUR PREPARATION HERE 'than to suffer from the effects of sunburn. Unless tho skin is treated with some cooling, soothing, healing preparation there aro apt to be blisters which disfigure the skin. ITALIAN CREAM. BALM This remedy contains only the purest harm and has given-universal satisfaction. Price 25c a bottle JACKSON COPE BHERLOCK BLOCK, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON JACKSON, PHONE 1232. DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, We now have dilly shipments of r AVASIIINGTONREI) RASPHERRIKS All in First Class Condition. Orders booked ahead for preserving at tho MARKKT PRICES Br OHDKHS FOR THKSK still have some VKRY CHOICK FRUIT in our car that arrived at the bcRlnning of tho week. Note the very low CHOICE Tho flavor is Jellclous. Trice per basket............... 6fic Price per RIPE sound. Price nor bask. ot....................................... 65c Price, per Ib......'......................2Cc HAWAIIAN ...35c and 40c CHOICE ....10c and 15c per Ih..............5c HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, LETTUCE, also a full line of other fresh fruits aw! vegetables at lowest possible GOOD'S DELICIOUS ICE CREAM Just tho .thins for this hot VEKY COOMXG AND UEFKKSMING. Absolutely pure and whole- some. MAIN STO RE ROUND ST. 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE A RETAIL OUFPERIN ST. PHONE THE Kdmonton 70 Calpary, dear U 70 A3! 50; 46 j 50 clear 7 Winnipeg, clear Tort Arthur, clear M Kamlooj'S. clotidv 52 With the i of a few Hpht j showers ami thunderstorms which' have occurred chiefly in Manitoba, tho weather throughout the prairie prov- inces has been fine with a little high- er temperature. KOH'KCAST All today and on Friday, with about the same temperature. ALBEllTA'S PUIDE BE Ell RENEWS VIM AISTD VIGOR Get yourself Into shape for "that tired that comes In the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your coi'ptitutlon with Al- berta's Pride Beer. Thin Is a tonic and a strengthened A glass or two daily will give renewed lifft and vigor when you really fee'i like falling by, the wayside. Its purity ia absolute and it is a predlgested liquid food, easily aeRltnllated by the weakest stomach. It is a boon to those suffer- ing from weakened digestive organs. Albertn'8 Pride beer IB brewed from best barley malt and Bo- hemian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. THE .LETHBRIDGE BBEWJXG AXD CO.. Limited PHONE 554 CITY AND DISTRICT The S. 0. K. White Rose will meet tonight in place of the regular lled-j nesday meeting. The Taylor Milling Company shear- ed their sheep, and report nearly 501) of wool as the result. John Halstead, general .freight ent OT the C.P.R.. with headquarters; at Calgary, is in the city today on business. W. Watts, building contractor, was given I'r.c contract, by Bry-j an, Short and Company, to build the new theatre on Fifth street. K. M. Thomasson, of the Y.M.C.A., relumed from the.camp at Crow's Nest'and reports that everythingj was in a fine con ilit ion for the boys and that they expect to have an ideal time for the next ten days. Kugrne Ely, who will electrify the large crowds at the Henderson Park fair grounds tomorrow aiternoon, with his daring aeronautic perform- ances, arrived in the city last night, bringing bis aeroplane with him by express, lie was busy this morning petting the machine unloaded, and making preparations for his flight. "15art the Indian charged with stealing a black colt from W. White, near Harr Mill, was comnrit- ted {or trial by Inspector West at the Mounted Police barracks yester- day aiternoon. It will be remember- ed that at the last hearing it was brought out that the Indian cut the brands and doctored them up again: The only evidence taken was that of White, who positively identified the animal. Col. J. K. Caven, manager of the "Squaw which appears at the? Majestic on the 21th and is in i the city. Col. Cavcn is an old-time i newspaper been as-1 sedated with the Kansas Times as j managing editor for twenty years, and with the' Denver Times for fifteen years. Later he was on the staff of some of the leading New York dail- ies, lie is 79 years of age, but is as active and bright as many a yomis iiMii. Reports have reached the city that the districts of Diamond City and Noble were visited on Tuesday even- ing liail storms which did more or less damage to the crops. The storms occurred about five o'clock, FRUIT JARS and RUBBER RINGS Pint Quart V2-G alien Improved Gem Pint Quart. Mi-Gallon Ou'ick delivery. SEE OUR K1RKHAM BROS It.iymoiiii, .Inly 13.-Mrs. K. Da vii-s spent yesterday She was accompanied li Phone S56 has stood the test, .or if vou pre- Antl Buzz, Skeeter Skoot, Or, Harmony Mosquito Tal- Is successful preparation, pleasant to uso and guaranteed 25c per tin, at Store about the same time as cold wave from the north was felt here. The reports .say that the hail followed streaks, and only parts of tho district were affected. Where J.D. Hipbotkain SCo.ltJ Family and Dlspenaloc Chemists Nlgnt ana Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Olil papers for sale at Herald Of- fice. Call C6G, the Letbbridge Messenger Service for cjuick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. 2IO-0 Millinery Bargains for Thursday, Friday-anri Saturday, I offer the' re- mainder of my summer millinery at bargains as never before olTercd in I.ethbridge. Hats worth u'p to for hats worth to for and a few hats that were and I aia closing my i millinery parlors from July 15th un- Cameron, Mill 177-3 A GRANIl .EXHIBITION DANCE will he given in the K. of P. Mall have to wait for cents. 178-2 P. O. BOX 270 damage was done it was not so seri-, ous it might casilv. have been, al-l though some farmers lost about half their crops. The facilities of Crow's Nest as a picnic point, good as they have been in fr.rmor vears. promise to eclipse people who hav, all former seasons this year. F.lahor- 75 ate arrangements are .being made to liamiic the large excursion of the Wesley Sunday school on Thursday, July 27, and the wants of everybody Clias. McCIeneghan, general man- will'be well looked after. Motel Sum-jnger of the International Harvester mit is prepared to'look after all thntjCo., hrre, leaves this afternoon for require enttrtainrr.vnt for meals, j Winnipeg, to attend the Winnipeg ex- While those who prefer to take their bihition. own lunch will find .an abundance of hot and cold water free on the home by her son, Vincent, who has just come back to say good-bye prior J to leaving with the family for Grassy j Lake. The regu'ar meeting of the Hoard of Trade will oe held on Monday night, July 16th, at vS o'clock the town office. Dr. Amos is treating his bouse to a fresh coat of paint. The appear- ance is much improved. Chas. McCarty, who has been con- fined to the house through illness for the past three weeks, .is now back at his desk for the Security Co. J don't care to mention any name, it is rumored that a t.achrr v.ho reported in the last Raymond Budget as having gone I south for holidays is to bring hack a h wife. Gco. M. Rudrt? of the Security j left this morning for Salt Lake City, j We understand Mr. Budd will be ac-j comp.inted home by Mrs. fiudrt about the first of August, and that il is! .Mr. Hmld's intention to build a home' in Raymond., I Raymond has been visited by three t insurance this week. J. W.J Wing, representing a-Salt Lake Com-} pany John Revel o[ the Northern t Life Insurance; and J. A. representing the four western provinc-j es for the Mutual Life of New York. C. W. Card Sons sold Wise! Bros, a team geld-. ings this week. There are several more for sale at the Card ranch. j Mrs. Ureil O'Brien is ill with in-j fiamatory rheumatism, confined to j bed. Mrs. T. O. King arrived home last i night to find another member of the' family ill Mr. King was taken ill just her arrival, and the home is turned into a hospital. .The Misses King ure improving nicely. A sam- ple of the water and milk used by the King household has been sent to Dr. Revell, Provincial Bacteriologist at Kdnionton, for examination. C. W. Card is building a house on his ranch, five miles south of town. C. W. Card, jr., will occupy it and look after tlie farming operations be-j gun on the Card ranch. A dam will he constructed for storing water and Mr. Card hopes to break in the neigh- iborhood.of 100 acres this summer. Maying operations are in progress on the ranch now. M. M. Dukes, of Marshalltown, Ohio, jwas a visitor to Raymond this week, stopping oft to see his friend, W. P. Belts, whom be met when Mr. Hetvs was on his mission two years ago. Mr. Dukes is a newspaper man and at present is putting on popu- larity contests to increase subscrip- tions, many of the towns in Can- ada. From Raymond he went to Winnipeg. Owing to illness. Dr. Weeks, of Cardston, was unable to visit Ray- mond for the purpose of installing a lodge of independent Order of Oddfellows. In his place came K. Hayes, of the A. R. I. Co., and with him came the necessary papers, etc., to begin, the organization. A 172-0 CITY AM) -DISTRICT grounds. Hverylbing points to a successful season this vcar, and those meeting was held last night and i plans made for a big campaign for charter numbers. The enrollment for ;j Charter Members will he open for 60 days The farcwcJ! social, to .Mr. and, Davies and family, Miss Ruffle Miss Davis, is to lie 'held1 tonight, on The Manse grounds at! The KviiMgolieal Lutheran, SSyr.od o! Camilla, in session at Guelph, will raisr- of the wlio lake in the Sunday school picnic j jubilee be raised in America. can look forward to a outing in tlie mountains: day's A seminary' may Toronto. established in 8 o'clock. All the friends of these! persons are invited to be present. A good programme is being prepared and will bf given in tbe open air. i Wm. Vaughan, winner of first prize for baritone solo at the Kdmonton! Musical Festival in HHO. is to This is Mr. Vaugban's first ance in Raymond, and he will be' worth hearing. A quartette composed'' of Mfssrs. Amos, (jillies, Tail and. Ur. Amps-will also sing. _ Summer House Dresses t A splendid range of neat dresses in print and zephyr, well finished, in a variety of pat- terns, with low neck or neat linen Summer Corsets Light weight corsets, medium .length This corset is a'n ex- ceptionally fine corset for summer be- ing of'light mesh material and very pliable. Boys' Sailor Blouses Take your choice while opportunity affords you the best; selection in the, city. Striking patterns neatly made, at reasonable 'Otto. SA I The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. FOR A FEW DAYS Cash Talks "SURE CUT" on LAWN MOWERS 12 in. 14 in. in. in while a few Phone 575 ARTHUR HAYR Assignee Qiiak er Tea d You will remember the quality when you have forgotten the price Phone 1027 GILMORE THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH HOUSEHOLD SCALES CORNER 5tH ST. AND 4TH AVE., LETHBRIDGE. in the Preserving Season. -Xp-gnessing as to quantities; j.4. Necessary every day. ;f Ensure-.. getting correct when buying for the family table. The price will suit anyone. The McKeown Hardware Go. Ltd We Lead in Our Lines Now that the HOT WEATHER IS HERE, come in and HEAR SOME MUSIC and HAVE SOME ICE CREAM that is worthy of its name. Try a JERSEY CREAM, latest drink out; it's delicious. ROCHON BROS. CONFECTIONERS j ;