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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Hotel Windsor your Refrigerator yet? are missing a lot of rc peasurei in having your eatables cool and appetizing. Better invest in one now and have 'a good long season's use and benefit of it. BIG SHOWING HERE including all sizes and styles and of the very latest improved construction. Prices to And now ICE CREAM FREEZERS waste money buying Ice Cream. Make own. You don't have to pay an extrav- agant price. We show them ito foi; Shtrwln-Wnilami Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 glvt tpccial attention to mail orders KERR'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST SUMMER READING You -will -want some books to read on your vacation: We have tiie largest assortment in Southern 'Alberta. Paper books2 for 25c. Good clotli bound books, 3oc for Reprint Copyrights, regular and 51.50 for-3. for All :the latest books -kept in stock. For Books go-'to Ntw WMtnty Btick First door west "Union Bank far Undtmearf writtr Phona 1205. TAKING A BATH WITH LOTUS BATH A tablespoonful in the ter makes a most refreshing one. Leaves tie skin in .a healthy condition and relieves excessive perspiration. This preparation is also unequal- .led for softening the water. Ask for Lotus Bath, price 35c PER BOTTLE llberts Drug and Book Co, Prescription IIPLEY, Igr. Fog signals are going night and day on. Lake Huron because of the heavy THE REMEDIES Do not require an introduc- tion to our friends across the line. They are comparatively new in Canada. There is only one remedy for each ailment, and are not put up as a cure-aJL If you are not satisfied you can get your money back. These remedies are guaran- teed at ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door TOMATOES IN TODAY 15C The Store of Quality Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phune 1453 Place 'your orders nowf or Washington Raspberries For Preserving Price per crate...............____C7 Cft Local and B. C. Raspberries are just ar- riving. These will be on for a couple weeks. is complete. Every day. we of Fruits and Vegetables receive large quantities of all lines. THE GOOD CO. High Class Groom Prompt Otllvcry CAER'S BISCUITS ARE GOOD BISCUITS WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF THESE ELEGANT ENGLISH BI8CUIT8 USE JELL-0 ICE CREAM POWDERS In five flavors For Delicious Ice Cream C .raaaoc FAMILY GROCERS REDPATH STREET PHONE B1S BUSINESS LOCALS Complete change of vaudeville ai the Eureka ic-night. The finest- scenery and fishing in the world is at the beautiful Waterton Lakes, less than one hundred miles rom Lethbridge. Write for photos and raxes to W. 0. Lee and Sons, 'ardston, 175-6 The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton -and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175_0 Don't miss seeing the oug-house at the Eureka. This vreek only. Call up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. 173-0 All business men are urgently re- quested to attend a meeting on. Fri- day evening at 9 p.m. in room 210 Sherlock B'iock, as the matter of the removal of C.P.R. employees from Lethbridge will be discussed. L. B. P. A. George treas. Men INVEST LUMBER THAT LASTS LONG No cracks or big knots that mean waste in cutting No unseasonPd wood dm soon shrinks and makes it necessaryTo do a lot of reDair mg. Give us your next lumber order and you'll be glad you did SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 A Vast Difference in Floor Finishes It means means satis- means a beautiful, lasting your floors, to know the differ- ence before you buy. Common varnishes are brittle and soon show unsightly scratches. Elasfica Floor Finish is so tough that nothing mars it. Heels, scraping chairs, casters, leave" no marks. Common varnishes turn white under water. ElastJca Floor Finish never does, It is water-proof. Common varnishes and wax need constant care and rennishing. Elasfica Floor Finish keeps its original lustre. It outlasts any finish ever before offered. It saves work and saves expense.. We cannot overstate the importance of knowing the. facts about floor fin-' ishes. Come in and ask us. THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair Sf> Bradbeer, sec.-j fair 173-3 cloudy.......... 94 with small feet will do well! .clear 91 Winnipeg, Port Arthur, fair 76 52 40 58 56 52 52 .02 _ Fine weather has prevailed over the prairie provinces and temperatures high maximum readings of PIT17 lim 111 I AM) DISTRICT 1UV1 to buy their shoes Friday and Sat- urday at Crosby's shoe store, suc- cessor -to F. German, 114 Round St. Special car will leave for Reddifi nest Saturday night at, 12.30. Return Monday morning. Free transports-'90 'degrees and over are recorded at tion. If you wish to see the m-ijiu- manFTplaces. factoring city call at the office of L. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- S. Ripley Co., Macdonald Slock, or phone 1034. X. Murray has arranged to run i excursions with his big car to the Waterton Lakes every Saturday local .showers. iarly, leaving at leaving at 1.30 sharp, and returning the following- Tickets are good to re- CITY AND DISTRICT Angus, Dave Donald, and Eof Pehrson left this- morning on the _ early train to spend a few days on j business in Calgary. Father Bidault. left yesterday after- noon for Calgary to attend the Fath- ers' Retreat from the 12th to 17th of temperatures and mostly fine with a few local thunder storms. winds, cooler, R- CITY AND DISTRICT G. McNeillie, of Calgary, C.P. in T any Passenger agent, "was fcr- J. Hansch is leaving in a few j e men wearinS 6 and 7 shoes (the city, yesterday, for a'two months' trip through at'Crosby's shoe store The directors of the Agricultural month, to be held in that city Rev. W. V. McMiilen returned last nignt from Calgary whej-e he attend- ef a meeting of the executive of the Calgary Diocese. G-- W. Green, of the Ellison Mill- ing Elevator Co., 'in company Tvith .James E. Ellison, secretary Of that company, returned from Raymond to day. A meeting of the congregation of St. Cyprian's has been called for this tvening in the new church. Import- ant business is to be transacted. Idaho, Oregon and B.C. Most of aild at 20 per cent. time, however, he will spend at coast. i discount. Round next OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square deal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you the Dest of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. "When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we get our prices. If "we can't show you the advantage in buy- tog here, then don't buy from us. Bogcrs-Cunningtiara lumber Company, limited ACADIA 1LOCK North Yard, US Yard, 4tt the j Kound street, to the Bentiy Co. 1 G. Manns, from North Dakota has I "Df mCm" tbat gone south from Taber, after having j 2? experi shoe rePairer at the Royal made a'trip through the north coun e Crabb try. He says that crops are looking Bank' can mak? "those old bad in the Lost Lake district where j he was. 1------- A garden party under the auspices of the ladies of the Altar Society fc I connection with St. Patrick's cmnrch be held on the beautiful gardens at the church on Monday, July IS, at 8 p.m. A party consisting of Fred W Downer, j. E. George Stacey, J. T. Kings and E. A. Cun- ningham will g0t to Frank on Satur- day night, and the following day drive through to Crow's Xest Lake', fishing on the way, and returning rom Crow's Xest to Lethbridge on Sunday night. Mussens, Ltd., of Montreal, are supplying the steam shovel for (city trenching work, say that the [tool will not be shipped until the end of this month. A delay in obtain mg a copy of the requirements of the Provincial Boilers Act, which is very stringent, and the necessity of build- ing a special boiler to meet them occasioned the loss of time. society meet to-night in the council chamber at 8.30 o'clock. Mrs. Morris -prill in the Salvation Army Barracks on Saturday and Sunday nest. Irl Dawson leaves to-night on a month or six weeks' trip to Western Ontario points. The George M. Hatch Land Co. Tie are. department went down to the liver bottom yesterday afternoon and. put in an hour's work extinguish- J ing a fire which had caught hold of speak !tne brash near the new power sta- thirty feet tion. A patch about- square was burnt off. Mrs.C. G. Olander, Westminster Road, left- this morning for Stavely to spend a .few days with her sister- in-law. She will return about the i u U.A- 4-i u I3as emended time of receiving tend- j middle of next week with her two G. Hansch and Mart McMahon, j ers on bouses to be built for G. [children who have .feeen visiting for members-of the Winnifred Ashe> Jul7 21st. j some time in that district District-Deputy Appleby, of the S. Syndicate ret-urned yesterday from a few days' business in thai? town. They report heavy rains in the dis- tricts south and east of Winnifred. Rain fell in sufficient quantities to wet down fourteen inches and the pond holes are almost full, grain and grass will be greatly fitted. O.E. Benefit Society, is at present visiting Macleod and Cowley on busi- ness in connection with the Society. carload of household effects ar- ___rived fc the city this morning from Ont., in the, name of W. L. Brainard. j D. J. McCormick, f for C. take the business of the Lethbridge Sad- dlery Co., which is branching out to the jobbing or wholesale, business Beattie B. Mills, of Hosmer, B.C., has come down'from that place to take charge of the business of A. Southard during the absence of Mr. Southard, who has gone on a three weeks' or a month's visit to the east. The Sons of England Benefit So- ciety is to form a branch Society at agitation in that town _ definite proportions and i I the. new lodge will be instituted in Look for this Twtle- Label. All others FLOOR FINISH Sold by (20) The McKeown Hardware Go. Ltd. DUFFERIN AND ROUND STREETS SHIP OUT OF TOWN "HERE WE ARE AGAIN" LISTEN We want your undivided attention a moment, while you scan this list Cutting up? Well, you can afford to cut up a little, when we-are selling Scissors at, each....................................._ 25C Pocket Knives, your choice at, each......................... 25c Coal Oil Stoves at dry weather prices. Single Burners, each Two Eurners, each ..'..........................._....... 40 Three Burners, each...................................... 75 Alarm Clocks that are capable of alarming the entire neighborhood in the "wee sma' hours" of the morning; out they go at each 85c Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Poles, Fish Lines and Screen Doors at close Prices. Sole Agents for Stephen's House Paints and Buck's Happy Thought Stoves and Ranges. Come in and see us. GEO. H. LING "SUCCESSOR TO HAYR BROS." REDPATK ST. OPP. THE SQUARE PHONE 575 P. O. BOX 307 Wholesale Retail Speess! Attention Given to Mail Orders the near future. to the chain of Moose Jaw and Bought at a Snap; Selling at a Bigger. Snap. We have the best lot of Hand Bags in the city, mark- ed at the Lowest prcies. Johnston Prescription Druggists who has manager since the business -was pur- chased three and a half years ago will confine his whole.time to the saddle-making department. 'Mr. Mc- Cormick expects to be on the road for the company a considerable part of his time. This adds one more, five lodges between Xelson, where three ago there were none. The death has occurred from chol- era infantum, Of Mereered Fisher, the ten months' old daughter of Mrs. Sa- die Fisher, 709 London Road. The funeral will take place under the di- rection of R. G. Addison, to-morrow afternoon at 2.30 from the residence to the public cemetery. CITY AND DISTRICT The new building ol the Western Canada Agency on Baroness Roa-d is being rapidly pushed to completion. A large gang of men are now at work upon the opper storey brick work and interior frame work. When completed it will be a handsome as well as substantial building. The following members of the West- minster football team are requested to be present at the Balmoral dress- rooms at 6.30 this evening Johns- ton r, W. Simm and Mclndoe Hut- ton, Kelly and Stubbs Thompson, Simm, Heathfield, Bryden and Staf- ord. Reserves Webb and Seaman. No. 2 fire department turned out yesterday afternoon and did the citi- zens of North Lethbridge a timely favor by thoroughly soaking -the new grading on Westminster Road. Two sets of hose w-ere kept in play, an-d finally the clouds, of dust that had been rising all morning were seen no more, much to the comfort of .the residents and pedestrians. .The Gurney Metal Co., of Calgary, has commenced operations upon its new building on Ford street, East. It composed of brick, and the worlfwill be carried through by the J." Construction Co., of this city. A. B. -Mackay was the only dissen- ting shareholder of the Hamilton Steel Iron Co.. when the merger with the Canadian Steel Corporation ratified. men use Aaue a good of and ana IF YOU MISS IT YOU'LL REGRET IT For this week only we are making special prices on all our Wash Waists. These are all this season's goods, not an old or out of date waist in the entire stock. This is an opportunity that is to your advantage because now is the time you need wash waists. U Jfooks, Tjroui and urout Stafford-Agnew Co. REGULAK PRICE JFOR REGULAR PRICE AND FOR A GENUINE WAIST SALE REGULAR PRICE FOR 70c REGULAR PRICE FOR REGULAR PRICE AND FOR 90c The BENTLEY COMPANY, Ltd. DON'T MISS THIS SALE ;