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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MM TO At'- TRAINS J Hotel Windsor 1141 a Pay Hoitl In. Alberta i lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald TIM DoiiM MM! rim Mty SUMMER GOODS FOR SUMMER COMFORT We here give you some idea of the many lines we sell of goods for summer use and comlort. Being such large dealers in all these goods, we are able to sell at the most pleasing REFRIGERATORS-You can-not afford to bo without one these hot days ami the caring is' great where you have (ruit, meats, vegetable! or milk to keep. Prices range PERFECTION O I L STOVES help solvo the difficulty of how to cook in comfort during tho hot weather. Thov do all your cooking and haklns perfect-.ly. Prices to V3.QO SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS A better selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and all well made and finished. Prices range ___ to Adjustable windows AND EVAPORATOR STOVES Cet.one now and have a full season's use of one of the finest cooking and baking cloves made. Prices range from to '145.00 Agents for Sherwin-Williams Beady Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. _. f. O. Box rune 7M We Give tpeclal Attention to Mall Order. CROWELL'S DE LTJXE LEVANT SETS BALZAC BROWNING CARLYSLE COOPEB DICKENS HUGO DUMAS ELIOT TOLSTOI List price Ssle List prjce Sale List price WO.OO. List price List LIs1 List price 00 List price List price 00. Sale others it reduced prices. .18 Vols. 12 Vols .10 Vols. '12 Vols. .18 Vols. 8 Vols. .10 .10 Vols. .12 Vols Sale S.le Sale Slle 00 ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NSW WHITNEY BLOCK OOOR WEST or UNION BANK. PHONE FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS "ThTvalue ol Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies.equallj between the nimtj and pow of the drugs and the method and manner of their compound, ng The drugs wfofer are strictly ot tbe highP.t class Our training, and equipment aasuie that all medicines will be com- founded right Brine aN prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. SPECIALISTS. A. BV HIPLEY. MANAGER, PHONE 772 It ti much easier and more pleasant to take a little cash and buy YOUR PREPARATION HERE than to suffer from the effects of sunburn Unless the skin Is treated with some cooling, soothing, healing preparation there are apt to be blisters which disfigure the skin ITALIAN CREAM BALM This remedy contains onl) the purest liarm has given universal satisfaction Price 25e bottle JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION to JOHNSTON JACKSON. -.HERIOCK.LOCK. PHONE ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEEE RENEWS VIM AISTD VIGOR Get yourself Into shape for "that tired that comes In the Spring and Summer, by fortlfjing your constitution ivith Al- beer is a tonic and strengtbener A glass or two dally will give rsMn ll> and vigor when you really feel like falling by the (1 lbloltlte ,nd it a predlgested liquid food, easily by ths weakest stomach It is a boon to those suffer Ing from neakcned digestive organs Alberta's Pride beer is brewed from beet barley malt and Bo. hemian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. THE LETHBKIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., Limited PHONE 5S4 .DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried-in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. J OKTAK10 JtLUEHERBlES FOB PRESERVING arp now arr'niim. arc rcccivin'jr HAI SHII'MJ'JXTS direct Irom lu'iioni, liouio of 1'rke per bucket, Unlay Uwcsl market prices, Place j our orders for preserving N A Inrge bbipiuent of Fruits ami VegelaMes expected tomorrow. 1 noc and q'iialilj guaranteed. Currants and Gooseberries arc now at their best. About ncsdny or Tluirxlny wo expect a large shipment of these goods from B. C.' OrJci-i booked alicacl. MAIN STORE ROUND ST. r-HONE 525 THE GOOD.COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE A.RETAIL OUFFERIN ST. PHONE CITV AND DISTRICT Hon. Justice Simmons was in the citv today an private Business Mi. and Mrs 1' E McCavv leave this afternoon to spend a week at Nateiton Lakes fishing W l.lovd, of the Lussicr Construc- tion Loiupanv, leaver the citv tomor- row to superintend the erection ot some buildings at Medicine Hat. C B Magrath, who accompanied his'lather, C MP, to Lcthbridge. recently graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology as a Master ol Science. The" Ohio editors will arrive in Lethbridge on Tuesdav, August 8 at o n m and remain until the tollow- 'dav at 2 p n. The) w 11 he at Maclcod on the 8th iron! 7 a.m. to 1 i''roi K. Limdquist, of Brandon Col Icge, will be in the.city on Thursday. He will give a lecture in Swedish in the First Baptist church' next Wed- nesday evening at S.30. All Scandi- navians aic tordialh invited Hcv. G. W. Kerhy, principal of Mount Royal College, Calgary, preachid two splendid sermons to laree congregations at church I vostcrd.li While in this citv he was' the guest of W. W. Neelands. Fred Russell, son of Geo. Russell, farmer on the irrigation Hitch cast of the citv, holds the. record' (or lo- cating a bis mushroom, .ind Rai- oii-Cnnning" will have to hustle to leal him Fred. picked' up' a mush- room on his talner's fiirm other lay that weighed two pounds I'ndettaker T S Fettcrly received a replv from I K Christian, of Oklahoma with regards' -.to the rtis- losal.ot Silas V. Withers (colored) vho died a few dajs ago in this citv leceased was a clergyman and a icmher of the colored j A. F. .t A. M. Definite arrange- ments as to when the funeral will ,ike place have not been made The hig to Crow's Nest week piomtses to be the largest n the lustorv of Southern Uberta .ast veat between 700 and 800 from Lethbridge, and about 200 from inter mediate stations took in the excur- sion of the Sunday school to .he popular resort of the Pass, the train consisting of nine coaches This 'rear arrangements lave nccn msda for t-ve've ind a-double-header, and from latest accounts the accommodation -will be none too great Ed. Kennedy will not-he home for at least n month vet, owing to the serious illness of his father-in-law Mr and Mrs Kennedv will return via ihere thev will visit, ai as other intervening cities Mr Kennedy writes from LKbndgc, and sais1 crops in this locality are vcrv poor, owing to the extreme and continued heat, and being with- out rain from until July 10th The stocks of the timothy looks yellow like grain straw in many places, anil the grass is burnt quite red. Hay is a light crop." p. o. fro 114 ST. PHONE Ml BUSLVESS LOCALS Old papers for sale at Herald Of- fice "2 0 Complete change tonight at the En reka. 3 Big Features. Call 666, the Lethbridge Meswnter Service for c.uick message and bag- cace delivery Office 327 Round St J10-0 See "The Fate of-Joe, and "The Yankee Oirl's -at- the Eureka tonight "The I'mkcrton detective at the Kureka tonight Don't miss this one Private funds .for investment. Loan? on city propcrtv. Vpplj P 0 217, 6 BIRTHS FRUIT JARS and RUBBER RINGS Mason Pint Quart Ion Improved Gem Pint Quart Quick delivery. SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRK HAM BROS We as- sortment. Two varieties. CITRATE MAGNESIA: ENGLISH SHERBET. END'S FRUIT'SALTS, WEDO'S SALINE. LEMON KOLI Prices are right, M4 Dlipeulm Chtmlati NKbt and Oar Telephone No. m, Night Bell on Front Door. CHANGE CAMP OF Y.M.C.A.BOYS B. M. Thompson, ol the Y.M.C.A. returned from "Camp Glazier" last evening, and while there, decided to move the camp .to what is known as the old K.N.H'.M.I1. Barracks, one mile due 'west ot ScnUnal station. While the first site in main vvavs was splendid, were unable to I make an athletic giomid, ing to the large number of trees, and this added to, by the dampness Irom the creek, made it kcry uncomfortable. The are having a delightful time, and after consideration it was decided'.to keep them until Monday the 24th, instead of returning on the 22nd also to extend the time o! the camp one week later for those can at the rate ol 00 each. The hoys are most enthusiastic, over the extension of the time, anjl uunv ol them have nntten to their parents, asking permission The food'is pjain and wholesome and well cooked, and, in fact, the cook said that the boys "are bigger eaters than threshers There is no sickness in the camp and the have gamed [torn to three pounds each 'As there.is no post .office at Sen- tinel, it is neccssan to send all the mail to the local Y.M.C.A. not lat- er than nuon on Thursdaj anil Saturua) s, where it mil he ,il! tied .-together and sent by express. Home Grown GOOD CROPS AT GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lake, July acres of fall wheat on the farm of Fd Bcch- tel, on the half ot 22-11-13, six miles from Grassy Lake and at the Grand Korki of the Bow and Belly' rivers, will go 35 or -10 busheis to tke acre. The well flHed and beginning to ripen Mr. Bechtel.says he wilt be cutting in ten dajs time if the hot weather stajs He-also has seven acres of the finest oats one could to see They wlll easily run TS.'bushels to the acre. The last of this will find him culling oats are far advanced. The crops north of Ontsj LaXe are all looking fine, save t few fields somewhat devastated by Weeds. Save for these needs the crops are in fine shape. .lime inth, t Bow Island, Alia., to Rev. M. Lindsay ind ,Mrn. Wright, a daughter, SoretU July JHh, lit Barons, Alia, to Itev J Mrs Mfiler, a son, John Jr. TELEGRAPHIC---------- .The steamer Roman came into New lUstmmstcr the other night with pounds o_f halibut on board Uonert Kcr, for 23 )tqrs fee- tor of St. George's church, St Cath_- In the the Jtinditd nage of iinsklllrt labor cnja'ged Ihr fruit industry, is I.) day j tight nours RAYMOND NEWS Rajmond, July 17-The Ravmond rcprcsentatnc of the Herald was at Magrath this and liming through the colintn, had his cie cast for companions in crop conditions The district adjacent to the "Garden Citi" cannot be said to better illus- trate the Eden of the South than our own Our neighbors can certainly claim to have grown a better crop 01 mustard No land south of Leth- bridge is dirtier It is difficult to sai where the blame lies Some of it is, certamh due the wer-d inspec- tor Brtat patches of mustard arn left standing without anv scen.mg at- tpniut to destroy them Thej are m position for a west wind to up the seed and distribute it hetm.cn hire and Medicine h'at Ne- glect to dciinn noxious weens ought to' he made uuni.shahlo for every ol fence. Mr and Mrs E J James Davies and lamili .mil Miss RuWc left thi morning for their new home i Giassi lake The household effect, jnrt nullinen stock sh'pped last week The business at Grassy to be known as The James Ravie Co and Mrs Davies is to havi charpc 01 tin, millinery department Mrs Ihos Gould, who has been nuriing Mrs, M H Bnmh.ill for the Ipast two weeks, today tor thf llrimhall ranch, six miles, south' town, she mil manage household till Mrs Brimhall is full) recovered, -Ravmond visitors to Lelhbridge on Kndav last report well pleased with the demonstration Ilr and Mr W McD Tait were usitor, to Magrath on Fridai last and w'ith Dr. Keillor and Mr. A. F McDuffic did the rooting for Raj- mond at the Raimond-Mairath game T 0 Kme, who reported ill tit The last Kajn'ond budget a out The Misses Kmp are recovering nice It I'om then siege of tjphoid President Vllen was obliged to plow down field of urain on his Jarm south-n'cst o! town, owing prevalence o( noxious weeds Hist Alakavnh, who bus kpe mj i> ffn her home east pi rfl.in.rd Paturdaj to tier school at Seven I'ersoti. n expect to good supply of locally grown RASPBERRIES on Tuesday. These are of exceptional quality and we are booking orders now. 5trawberries Local STRAWBERRIES arc now at their best. The supply will last for about ten .days more. Place your orders without delay. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. FOR A FEW DAYS Cask Talks '1 -JRY OUR WASH-OUT ON WASH'ING, MACHINES Round Frame and Pin Wheel Dasher S5.00 Square Frame and Semi-Circle Agitator Get busy Cash is had better get a move on. ARTHUR ,HAYR Assignee We Lead in Our Lines .MERE, come In and HEAR SOMI ROCHON BROS. Wholesale- CONFECTIONERS -Betail Quaker Bread "It has that creamy-rich flavor, lightness and whiteness that adds to the relish." V.dam waste coal and your strength baking brea when you can get QUAKER BREAD easily Just phon and we will do tbe rest GILMORE d 1110 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH HOUSEHOLD SCALES Necessary in the Preserving Season. No guessing as to quantities. i every dny. Ensure getting correct weights when buying family table. M The pricf will suit anyone. til-1 The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. COftNIR AND AVI, UTMMWM. ,1 ;