Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
BUS TO ALL .Uutel Windsor Day Hottl In .j. T Albert! V 4- 4. The Lethbridge Daily Herald f I- t WHIN IN blTHMIDM The DallM li >nd lint PlM> SUy SUMMER GOODS SUMMER COMFORT We here you sonic idea of the many lines e sol! of 'for summer use and eoml'orl. Being 'such largxvdealers in all these goods we (ire able to sell at the most pleasing pric-Os. You cannot afford to be without one these hot days and the saving is great -where you have fruit, imxits, vegetables or milk to keep. Prices -range to PERFECTION O 1 L STOVES help solve Uie difficulty of how lo rook In comfort during the hot weather. They do your ROokliiK baking perfectly. Prices to SCREEN DOORS AND better selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and all well made and finished, Prices range to i Adjustable windows 25c-50c AND EVAPORATOR STOVES Get one now and have a full season's use of one of the fin-eat cooltlng and baking stoves made. Prices range from 54.50 to CROWELL'S DE LUXE LEVANT SETS BALZAC ..........18 Vols. BROWNING ......12 Vols. CARLYSLE ......10 Vols. COOPER .........12 Vols. DICKENS ........15 Vols. HUGO 8 Vols. DUMAS ..........10 Vols. ELIOT ...........10 Vols. TOLSTOI .........12 Vols. List price 154.00. Sale List price 536.00. Sale List price S30.00. Sale List price Sale Lilt price Sale LIs1 Lilt price Sale List price 530.00. Sale List price 536.00. Sale many others at reduced prices. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY SLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1254. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and (lie Necessary in The 'value of Medicine lies equally between the puruy and pow- er of the drugs and. iho method and .manner of their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure thai" ail medicines will he com- pounded right. .'Bring all your 'prescriptions, here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. HtPLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 772 It is much easier and more nleasant to take a little cash and buy YOUR PREPARATION HERE than t.o suffer from the effects of sunburn. -Unless the skin is treated with some cooling, soothing, healing preparation aro apt to be blisters which disfigure the skin. ITALIAN CREAM BALM This remedy contains only the purest harm and has eiven universal satisfaction. e JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Sijcc-uon to JOHNSTON JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 12M. ALBEKTA'S PEIDE JJEEK RENEWS VIM AXD VIGOR Get yourself into shape for "that tired that comes in. the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your constitution with Al- berta's Pride Beer. This beer ia a tonic and n strengthener. A glass or two daily will give renewed lift1, and vigor when you really feel lite falling by the wayside. Its purity is absoititc and it is a pretiigesteti liquid food, easily assimilated by the v.'eakest stomach. It is a boon to those suffer- ing from weakened diyestivu organs. Alberta's Pride beer is brewed from best barley malt and Bi> hetnian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. THE LETHJBIUDGE BREWING MALTING CO., Limited AND Agents for Slicnvin-Williiiins Heady Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. rhjnc 76-i P- O- Bon 679 Wr: Give Special Attention to Mall DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. We now Imvo ihlly shipments of WASHINGTON KKI) KAS1M5KHJUKS All In first Class Condition. Orders hooked ulicnd (or iiresorvlng ut (ho LOWKST MAliKUT PRICKS n tour ordinary purchases on week days Please note change in Sunday and Hol- iday hours. !1 A.M. tp-'l P.M. 4 P.M. to 5 P.M. 8 P.M. to 9 P.M. For other urgent calls use phona 322 or Night Bell ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No, Night Bell on Front Door BTJSIN ESS LOCALS Old papers for sale, at Herald 0 lice. J 72-0 Watch Monday's Herald for, thy Eu- ruka's big show next week. Call the Leiiibnilgc Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery- Oflicu Uound Kt. 210-0 See the three big at the Eureka tonight. CJTY AND DISTRICT R. M. Saiinriers arrived last week from Rivers, to .take the posi- tion of manager of the Nanton mercc, succeeding C. F. A..Gregory, who is being transferred to Winni-' A representative of the Alberta Au- tomobile Company with headquarters at High River, is in the city today ustrating the Munroe Pure Cop- r vincud that he lias Uie proper appara- tus to protect homes and barns from lightning. The rod is made of cop- pur wiHi a point on the 'end and thirty; strands of soft copper run along-. the roof and go Icn .feet into jjie grjjffnri1." Th'6' rieinonstrAtion took the 'Western CaucU Agmcj' am! they are OPENING OF A MAGNIFICENT JEW STORE Messrs. Havvden Bros., tlie leading furniture dealers of Lethbridge, arc' this evening having a formal opening of tlieir fine new store in the Hull Block. An orchestra will be in at- tendance between the hours of 7.30J and J0.3D, and a cordial welcome is extended to all thoir patrons, and to tltt! general public. There will be j nothing on sale, it is merely to have the people view anil admire their new and complete stock of furniture, car- pets, etc. ,At this time it will he no more than'proper to note the aniaaing pro- gress that the firm of Bawden Bros, have made since taking over the busi- ness from the Turpin Furniture Co. in May, 19] 0. The first quarters oc-! mpied by the firm on" Red path street! proving too small to meet the rte-i mands of the people of Lethhridge it was found necessary to- secure more i commodious premises, and the store is now located permanently in the; new Hull Block, arrangements having] been made with the owners to build1 a 'Show room up to date in re- spect, and one which would meet, the requirements of a growing business in i growing city. The head'of the concern, Mr, J, W. Hawden, is an old' timer in this city, vho needs no introduction to-the peo of Lethhridge, and it is due to lis .ability in the business world anrtj the fact lhat tie long ago realized the j lossihilities in the'furniture line in Southern Alberta, that the business s where it is today. Mr, Bawden will have the active management of the store, and his intention' is to nakc it the uvost satisfactory place or buying furniture west of Winni- peg- The other-member of the firm, Mr. J. U. Bawdim, a man prominent in the'busiiiess world in St. Louis, Mo., came here last year with the inten- tion of making Lethbridge his home, but owing to sickness in the family, j could not live here, although he still) has faith enough in the country to! retain all of his interests here, Mr. j Rau-den will hfi romftmherert as -'the man who so successfully auctioned off the Victoria Park lots for the city last summer. The slock of tjje store is in charge of Mr. Phil. Bawden, a well known young man, who has made his home here for several years, __ and a man who is well able to keep abreast of, the times in the furniture line. All who visit will -find him there with a smiling countenance, and willing at ali times to put himself out to meet the .demands of -the people. The fitting and repairing room is in charge of Hichard Reed, a young- er brother of the firm, of James Reed A- Co., of Kingston, Out., and.having grown up in the business, thoroughly understands the repairing and putting logefher of furniture. He is assisted by a st-afl of three competent men. j Tn connection witb the business there is an -upholstering and carpet! laying department. Shades and art blinds are also made up on the prenr-i isGs. This department is in charge of Mr. J. .V. McAdam, who is fche best in his line in this city! Satisfac-- tion is his motto, and it has been proved to be so-by the many well pleased customers. Any one who takes advantage of the opportunity to inspect the hand- some store and large stock this ing will surely be well repaid. The Saskatchewan Flour Mills Co., Ltd., of Moose Jaw, millers of Kob- jn, flood flour, will demonstrate their flour, biscuits 'and Hob in HooH por- nats at'tfae Hudson's'Hay store Tuesday, Wednesday urn) Thurs- Week-End Men's Wear Two iiml Three Suits [n worsteds, LwcedB and flan- uelb, nout greys Hiul brown tmvy flannels with wide or nar- row white 'stripe. A full range of those chblco Bplradldly lull- orocl "fashion Craft" Suits to bo sold Saturday at n remark- ably low 129.00 Sulti (or 122.50 120.00 Suiti for J18.00 112.00 Suits far 10.00 122.00 Suit! far 118.00 Sulti for Clearance of Shoes AT COST An odd lino of "Plorsholm" Shoes to be' cleared at cost. Reg. Shoe, for Yours Tomorrow. Rig. Shot, for SUMMER STRAWS The largest assortment in the city. Special prices in this line tomorrow. The Bendey Co'yi Ltd. FOR A FEW DAYS Cash Talks TRY OUR WASH-OUT ON WASHING MACHINES Round Erame and Pin .Wheel v'u" Square Frame and Semi-Circle Agitator Get busy Cash is had better get a move on. ARTHUR HAYR 1 Assignee We Lead in Our Lines Now that the HOT WEATHER IS HERE, come In and HEAR SOME MUSIC and HAVE SOME CREAM that worthy of ill HUM, Try a JERSEY CREAM, latest drink out; it's dplidooi, ROCHON BROS. CONFECTIONERS Quaker Bread The crust is a rich brown; The crumb like unsweetened Angel Food. from kitchen for'the tummer at lean. Your family will appreciate Quaker Bread. Phone 1027. THE BAKER GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NORTH HOUSEHOLD SCALES Necessary in the Preserving Season. Jfo guessing as to quantities. r Necessnry every day. Eiigure'getting correct weights when huying fflroily table. Tiiejfrjce will suit anyone. McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. COHNIN ITH AND 4TH AVI., LITHMIDOI.