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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TMAINt Windsor J i t JS i Day Wottl In Allwrti i 1j The Lethbridge Daily Herald TU i Uw aiMl MM( tot to, May SUMMER GOODS SUMMER COMFORT We here give you spmc'ideu of .tlie many lines we sell of goods for summer use and comfort. Being such large dealers in all those goods are able to sell at the most pleasing prices. You cannot afford to be without one these hot days and the saving is great where you have fruit, moats, or milk to keep. Prices range: to PERFECTION OIL STOVES help solve tho difficulty of how to rook in .comfort during llie hot weather. They do all your cooking and bulling perfectly. Prices to SCREEN DOORS AND WIN. OOWS A hotter selection than ever. A variety of 5 different styles and all well made and finished. Prices range 91.25 to AND EVAPORATOR STOVES Oet one now and hnve a full sea-eon's use of one of the finest cooking and baking stoves made. Prices range Adjustable windows to Agents lor Sbenvin-Williaiiis Beady Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. ftwn. W Wo SpKllI AtttMlon w Mill Ordtn The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies enuallj-between -the purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner of their compounding. The offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will be com- pounded right: 'Bring, here to -be filled; ALBERTA DRUG CO. HtMCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 It Is much easier and more pleasant to take a little cash and bur YOUR PREPARATION HERE than to mffer from the effects of sunburn. Unless the skin is treated cooling, soothing, healing preparation there are apt to be blisters which disfigure the skin, ITALIAN CREAM BALM .TWs remedy contains only the purest harm 1 tad his liven universal satisfaction. Prlet 2Sc a bottli JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE CLOSE INSPECTION will show you' that you can save money by buying your 'WALL PAPEK Robertson's S? Book Store NEW WHITNEY BLOCK ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEEE RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Qet yourself Into shape for "that feel that comes in the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your constitution with. Al- berU'B Pride Beer. This beer IB a tonic and a strengthener. A flam or two daily will give renewed life and vigor when you really feel like by, wMilde.. Iti purity Is absolute and it it a liquid food, easily aeilmllatexl by the weakest stomach. It IB a boon to those suffer-' tug from. weakened digestive organs. Alberta's Pride beer is breweg from .beat barley malt and Bo- ian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. hemia THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING .MALTING CO., Limited AND DUPLEX POST GAPS AND BASES 1 Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply C o. Ltd. OXTAKIO KLUEBERKIliS FOH PRESERVING nre nrriviiifi-. We arc receiving DAILY' SHIPMENTS .direct Jnun K'enora, home'of the blueberry. Price per ..............................i.. Loxu'M iiiaikd jiricob daily. Tlacc your'ordot'h for preserving KOW'. A large bhipmeal of Fruits anil expected tomorrow. Price and quality "'iinrantced. Red Currants and Gooseberries arc now at their best. About Wed- nesday or Thursday expect a large shipment of these goods from B. C. Orders booked ahead. THE GOOD COMPANY MAINSTORt HIGH CLASS-GROCERS i DUFFEMIN ROUND ST. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH PHONE 525 WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONE MT THE WEATHEK Edmonton, cloudy Culsrnry, cloudy .ethbrldgc, cloudy VinniiH'g, cloudy Fort. Arthur, (air vnmioops, clear s'elsun, clear Some heavy showers of rain here centred in northern Alberta ami onie scattered showers in Saskatch- wan and Manitoba', but the weather ver the prairie provinces lias been or the most part fair and ,compara- vely cool. FORECAST All fair ml' cool today Wednesday CITY AND DI8TBIGT p. o. ifo 934 tlXTH ST. PNCNE681 W. .1." Duncan and wife, Stratford, re guests at the lithbndgc W. E. Aberdeen, S.D., in the today H; J. Quinn, .W..JV. and T. Freclin came up from Milk Kivcr last n ght. Sir. McArthur, of Gonybearc, Churcli and is spending a few C. A. Magratlif M. P., is in the southern part oi his constituency to- dav, confccnng with his friends in Cards ton, "Wagrath and Raymond. Rev. Father Biriault left ye'slerdav afternoon for Edmonton to attend the retreat, and will return home in about two weeks. Tlic law partnership of Eckstein HjcTvsail IPS been disso'ied Mi Eckstein will continue the business at Fernie, while Mr.. McTaggart wii take over.the Vancouver W. Simpson, successful a the examination .for-first-class 'engi neers, held recently -at Lothbridge lias accepted the: position as in as te mechanic with -the Canadian Coa Enterprise Alderman Watson. 'and Rilcy, o Calgan, been in this citj look cr ial coal proposition with a view .to securing the entir output for This action iva taWn on acconrt of the coal strike A'. Raf some ex cellent enlaiged pictures of Prof flight on uew in Ins show win dow .on Seventh Some "fine views uere obtained bj the photographers during the day Matthcu Jiihiisfrtn, nf rnp Alberta lienltv Co., returned vester da; from ,m eUemlcd trip to his old home in Waterloo, He lei' a month ago .to attend the Grand Council of .CommercialTrave' crs, which met at Jargo, N D A J In ing has applied for a per- mit to build a his residence on Twelfth St., S. "E. T, Broad; contractor .and builder, ..this morning tooK out a permit to builti a residence on Fourteenth'St., S., at i cost of The funeral o! Hugh Norman, thi man who was drowned at the Lxpcn nental Farm on Sundaj, tooK. ilace this afternoon; from.T..S. ,Fct- :erly's Lntleriaking Establishment to St. Augustin's church and was.con- Iiictcd hj Murrell Inter- ment took place atf Si Vugustm's centctcrv Stella Clausen, tho four-month old daughter oi Peter Clausen, died at ,hc family residence, 1611 3rd Ave., this morning ;ind the funeral took this afternoon front the resi- Icnce to tlie public cemetery, and vas conducted hv: Rev, A. A. Lvtlc. 'he funeral was in charge of Undcr- akcr 1 P Fcttcrl) Bishop I-.egal returned from Dia- nond City this afternoon after bless- ng the Komau Cathpljc church there; Tomorrow he will go to Gout-is for he confirmation service and on Thurs lay will visit Tabcr for the, same urppse. lie will return to this cifcv m Friday, and will leave'on Satur- lay for Medicine Hut, returning'- to 'algary hy the main line. FRUIT JARS and RUBBER 'RINGS Mason Pint "Quart Improved Gom xt; Quart Quick delh erj. ,r SEE OUI? WINDOWS KlRKHAMfrBROS Phone 556 BORN MOOKr-To Mr and Mrs II A Monrp, St., Lbthbridge; MOSQUITOS will, have no. I XEBROE This preparation baa filled a long felt want ior of the mosquito pest It not preiGiits biting but takes all uritation due. to recent bites. 25c per bottle, at The Fimlly and ChbmliU Kit ht and Day Na 132 Mlbt Bell an Front Door CITY AND DISTRICT BUSINESS LOCAI.S OW papers, for _ sale at Herald Of- fice 73 Don't forget the (lance m Reding's l.-ali tonight 182 1 Call en, the Lethbridga Meatraget Service for q.ncL ud bat- gage delivery Offica 327 Round Si 210-11 Get the Curel-a habit The best place in Sunns' Alberta to enjoy v a ;ooil time Private funds tor investment: Loans on city property. Apply I'.O. Hoi 247, I ethbridqe 131-8 Don t miss seeing "Joe Doir" at the Eureka tonight onjy. Prices 10 and 15 !cents. Social ami dance under the auspic- es of the Lelhhridgr Laundry Work ers in Heding's Hall on Fridaj, Jufy 21st Tickets Jl 00 Ladies -Free. CITY AND DISTRICT The new Hull block on the corner if Third We and Seventh St it (tactically completed, and varioui rms nrc hcgintting to into heir new quarters Vhlkie and Kctr Jive moved from their old on Sivth SI to their on the [round fioor of the new block St Their new quarters are cil and eomfort- lc 1 consist a large genet- office and Uo private t funeral took place yesterday afternoon from T. B. Feitcrly's Un- ilertaking parlors, of Silas F. With- ers, "to the public cemetery. The dead .man was a preacher and a member o! the'colored A- F. A. M. and had only been in this city for a few days, when he was taken ill arid died He' did not have anv relatives here. -F.. H. Haycock, accompanied "by his family, passed through yes terday from Magraih, en route to Baker City, Oregon, where they will inake their future home. Mr. Hay- cock is the largest Southern Alberta, owning ,n large ;-ract in the foothills country, as well-as a splendid farm in Magrath, E. U. Rylands returned yestesday rom Winnipeg, where he attended the Sxhihition. Me reports that crops Til along.the route could not ,ook letter and Winnipeg; business firms ire preparing for a .very busy fall and yinter; While- away M'r. Rvlands ilosed arrangements for the purchase) of the dry goods, .men's wear and] clothing departments of.the A. Mac- lonajd iQo. Work on. the trenching .operations or the storm sewer system- was hl up for sonic time this morning a break-down on the trencluhj riiachine at the corner of Third Ave and Fourth St. The machine, how- ever, has'been repaired and is work int; again It is one oi the most up to-date ditching machines ever seer at work in Lethbridge, and running, well will dig fee per day of the ordinary trench ire quired for the storm sower system. "J.'W. Evans, manager oi tlie 'Al- berta-Pacific Elevator elevator at Magrath, is in the city today, ant informed the Herald that he expects to see a record .crop harvested in the Magrath and Spring Coulee 'districts this'season, Some of the grain is al- reaih beginning to ripen, and cutting will be general in two weeks. problem Tie will haTe to meet is that of'help; This will be.-serious if meii are not brought in from the out- side Spring Coulee will reip the biggest crop in her said Mr. Evans. of the greatest features of popular excursion 'is good train' ser- vice. To leavft and arrive on time avoiding needless rielajs, is looked upon by the travelling public as great inducement The patrons of last year's excursion of Wesley Sunday Crow's Nest were loud then praise of the service oi the C PR the parti arming safely home at 10 p m which is remarkably good time for a trip of 100 miles The second annual trip to Crow's Nest iv'the school will be held next week, service will In connection with recent rtal es- tate transactions at Bow Island the He view sais One of the biggest transactions put through the purchase of f Hopkins' home- situated south of-the' track and adjoining the Needham A, Raker tounstte The purchaser was B B Ralph, president of the International Securities Co., Ltd., .Winnipeg, who for 130 acres Mr Hop- kins reserved for himself, fourteen acres. The remainder', of the 160 acres is taken up hy the Methodist parsonage, the Public school and, m the south eastern portion, the ceme- tery Lamb, of the citv police, went north jesterday with the four Day children, taking them to the Children's Home at Tt will be remembered that some time ago Mrs Daj ran awaj from her home in Medicine Hat.with- another man, taking with her, her Tour little children. Her hunband. followed, but ttw eridentlj not hern hung in imcc The children hen miter the watchful eje of the CtJiWren'fl for some time, ami other da> took them from, their parents ,who seemed to he unable to .take care of them proper- HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, CARPETS AXMI3STSTEBS, TAPESTRIES, large'assortment of patterns, nil new designs. Prices to suit all. HAMMOCKS DRAPERIES t MADRAS, SCRIM, and ART MUSLIXS; CRETONNES and ART SATEENS Tlii, largest range in the city. CURTAINS NOTTINGHAM LACE, BIEJE NET and BRUSSELS 11.00 per pair. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd FOR A FEW DAYS Cash Talks 7 Refrigerators White enamel lined and strong galv. iron ICEjBOXES and each. Only 3 quick, ICE CREAMfFREEZERS 2 ea. 3 ea. 4 qt. ea. ARTHUR HAYR Assignee We Leiacl in Our Lines New that the HOT WEATHIR 18 HEBE, MUSIC and HAVE SOME ICE CREAM ta worthy of Ita Try JERSEY CREAM, Imtett drink out; ddic ROCHON BROS. Quaker Bread "Comes to you fresh every clean, sweet and dainty." MADAM Life li too >hort and QUAKER BREAD too (ood (or you to tptnd your time In t hot kltchfo tnkiBf. phone 1027 for a wraple loaf and find out how good QUAJUER BREAD nallr li. GILMORE 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH HOUSEHOLD SCALES Necessary in the Preserving Season. No guessing as to quantities. Necessary every day. Ensure getting correct'weights when buying for fhe family table. The price will suit anyone. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNtK ITH AND 4TH AVI, LITMMMD9I, ;