Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
4. mil BUS TO ALL J Hotel Windsor t o.y Howl I. The Lethbridge Daily t -I- It tn Mst (iHl lint Msy Haying Tools of a Huy Currier, as a menus of storing away. ttar or Gruln In a tmrn 01 shed arc so well nnd generally known (hit do not deem It necessary to go Into'ilia'details resarBlns but simply itate tho fact that they save the tiinu and ex- Dense o( from one io three men for each day of harvest, the coet of which ndli for tho outfit in from one to two years, to say nothin? of the advantages'or storing away the ;i.iy quickly. above ftote should convince any practical farmer that it is the best of owhoinjr.to a carrier outfit, hcuce .me question to carrier to liny? In reply to which we susgest LONDEN JUNIOR 8LING CAIl. Londen Jr. Sling Hay Slings, 5 foot, 3 S2.75 Hay Rack Fixtures. SI.75 Hay Rack Fixtures Bundle Forks, 3- ti 75c Straw Forks, 4- Montana Header, 4- Barley Forks, 4- SI.50 Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Til t We Qlv. Special Attention to Mill Orders CLOSE INSPECTION will sliow you that' yon can save money b_y hnying' your 'WALL PAPER Robertson's Book Store NEW WHITNEY BLOCK The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- of the drugs and the method and manner or their compounding. 'The drjlgs we. offer are strictly the highest class. Our training, experience and1 equipment assure that all medicines will be com- pounded right, Bring all your prescriptions wre to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. a RIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 771 buy It Is much easier and more pleasant to take t little cash and T YOUR PREPARATION HERE than to iuffer from the effects of sunburn. Unless the skin is treated with some cooling, soothing, healing preparation there are to be Blisters which disfigure the skin. ITALIAN CREAM BALM This remedr contains only the purest barm ud has.given universal satisfaction. Price 25e a JACKSON COPE LOCK BLOCK. PMISCRIPTION to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. Rl OC.lt. PHONE 1231. ALBERTA'S piiiDE BEER; RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Cet j-onrMlf into shipe for "thiit'tlreil thmt comes In Spring uid Summer, by fortifying your constitution with Al- beru'l Pride t J Thl hemlan hops, by methods strictly Military. TUB LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., Limited PHONE 814 DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES .Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. 0. BOX 270 S24 SIXTH BLUUIIERKIES-FOKPKISSEKVING nrc now arriving. We arc receiving DAILY' SHIPMENTS direct I'roiu home of ilic blueberry. I'rii'c per biiskel, S3.75 Lowest market prices daily. Place your orders for preserving NOW. A largo shipment of Fruits and Vegetables expected tomorrow. Price and quality guaranteed. Red Currants and Gooseberries arc now at their best. About Wed- nesday or Thursday we expect a large shipment of these goods from B. C. Orders booked ahead. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH GROCERS OUFPEMIN tT. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONINV MANCM WHOLESALE RETAIL FHONE UT MAIN STO RE ROUND ST. PHONE SJ5 THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy.............. 61 Calgary, cloudy.................. GO Lethbridge, cloudy 65 Winnipeg, dear Port Arthur, (air 76 Kamloops, 88 Showers of rain have (alien at many places in the prairie provinces anil teii'peratures have hceii moder- ate. FORECAST All Generally (air and comparatively cooler today and on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT George A. Somcrville, general man- ager ot the Manufacturer's Life In- surance Co., and a director of the _'hinook Coal Co., is in the city. Dr. M. V. Oallivan leit this morn- ng for Knmloops, -B. C., on official business for the government. He will ic unseat for two monthsi Hugh and Charles Scott, of Grassy ake, are in the city today on husi- 'ss and intend to .remain Here lor a cw days. Jus. A. JIacDonald, of Calgary, ind formerly of this city, is spending few days among .his old friends tore. 0. ff. Kcrr and R. H. Owen are spending today in Calgary. Mr. Kerr s going on to the coast, but Mr. Owen will return, to this city to- night. The football team from Grassy ,ake, brought a line sample ot spring vheat with them yesterday afternoon it is on view at the Alexandra lotel. Inspector West had a dear docket t the Mounted Police barracks this morning. Tile people of Stafford Vil age have not been on any more sprees and all is quiet and peaceable. The hoys of the Y.M.C.A. who were [lable to go to the camp on the loth of the monlll, and who wish to go on Saturday, the 22nd, may do. so; for ifj.UO, pins the railway fare. ..They vill only be lor one The eniors who wish to go must-have heir application in by the 21st. The last issue of the Canadian Am- rican published in Chicago: contains in account. 01 IIIL ptujiused LVCUL lull if the Ohio editors through Western Canada. The excursion is being man- iged by J Bruce Walker, Comnus- ;ioner of Inrmigration, and will be aken advantage over two hun- Ired editors of Ohio, many of whom vill gain their first impressions of ,hc Canadian West on this trip. They vill leave Windsor, Out., on July 28, oming west over the CaV.H. to Ed- nonton. Sunday, July 6th, will be pent in Uanff, after which the party vill visit Southern.Alberta, including Maclcod, I cUinndfe and Cardslon, .hen through to Moose Jaw and back o their home state over the Soo inc. The Ohio newspaper men are enthusiastic the proposed rip, and Western Canada should rc- eivc some good advertising as a re- mit. Prof. Uramwcll, D.Dili., principal of he Knight U.idum Uaimoml, is in he city todav. Mr. Hramwell is cn- hlisiastic in regards the institution iver which he presides, and predicts most successful career for the college. He recently returned rom Utah, where he increased his acuity by, four instructors, which n-ings the staff now up to twelve. is very gratifying to the.princi- ial as the Knight Academy is not et launched out on the second year's Speaking of the crops, Mr. iramwcll said lhal tho wheat was in plendid condition.; In fact, it was he best In jears The beets were .180 good, hut a woim had just Itcen liw-overed which is working havoc n some fields. However, tin: farni- :rs are looking forward ,to_. a record TOP'W liiols is well us gram, as I he beets Eire.. beyond that when they are liable, to fall to the English French rand Japanese Chi ma .Spoon Trays Celery Trays and Cake Plates SEE OUR WINDOWS K1RKHAM BROS Cm.' AND DISTRICT Ernest Reunion and John H. Ben- nett, of Magrath, arc business visit- ?ors in the city today. C.- J. Bcattie. ot 1'orlage La Prai- rie, was in the city yesterday. Me is the father of R. B. Beattic, of Cran- hrook, and with his son he left, by auto this morning for Claresholm. W. li. secretary-treas- urer of the Royal Ltd., I has resigned his position with that I company, to take an interest in the firm of J. B. Tnrney Co., mine mill and contractors' supplies, who _ Ill III ill HI UIJ11 L'l (II, LUia H IIU nre opening offices in the Mull Block, .Mackenzie is succeeded- by S. H Fisher. MO8QU1TOS U( will have no use This preparation has.filled a long felt want'for sufferers of the mosquito pest. It not o'nly prevents biting but takes away ail irritation due to recent bites. 25c per bottle, Tfta Start Family and Dispensing Chemists Nll'nt 122 Night Bell on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Old papers for sale at Herald 'K- hce 1730 Call the Lethbridge HMScngBr Ser'io lor quick mecugt linn- gage delivery Office 127 Round St Private funds investment. Loans on city, property. Apply I1. (X Ho Lclhbndge 6 Social and dance under the auspic- es "of, the Ulhhrirlge Laundry Work- ers in Rcdinj, s Hall on Friday Jill) 21st. Tickets Ladies Free. 162-3 Complete change of prograronicMo- night at thi, Luicka 3 Big fca i turcsi Don't miss this CITY AND DISTRICT L. H. Fowler A: Co., nradc a fine new wagon for the Lcthhtidgt Bag- gage and Mcssrngcr fccrnce, and mUi p horse and harness, it is a turn-out i The hencfitK ilei jvetl mountain I climbing .arc always apparent, ev: i panding .the lungs, and invigorating the hodj Hit, excursion of Wcsle) i school to (row's Nest next' week will afford a .magnificent op- portiiflitj for mountain climhiiig, fishniK aid jtardcipaling in gamdPfff bd-phalpJlo The faciH tips for a picnic in the mountains nrc miMirpnssed ai PEAVEY CO. MAY PIETJMOUGH Is Not Likely to be Forced Into Liquid- ation Chicago, July Wet- vice president oC >the First Na- tional Bank.and chairman of the joint investigation committee of -Chicago and Minneapolis bankers, Iscued the followjng statement. today regarding the affairs of F. .H. Peavey and Co. 'It is. not true that F. H. Peavey and ,go_fnto so Tar as our plan of reorganization -it may not he necessary. It is onlj a matter of time until the company will pay all its debts and be able to start without a stain. The sit- uation today in the affairs pf the com- pany-is unchanged. The of the concern's books is still in pro- gress. Nothing further will be done until this audit has been completed which may be a week.' CALGARY'S CIVIC PLANTS PAY Good Profit in Three Big Municipal Under- takings Calgan, Alta., July municipil lighting plant shows a profit of for the six months cmiing with last month. The total re- ceipt' have been of uhich coniRS from mctcred lightl Dur- ing the first half of the present year the municipal street railuar has taken in and the net profit pf this periort hail hccn For the first six months of the year the city water works department shows a credit balance ol inn to Ihe statrinent prepared by the controller. The total revenue has been and the expenditure, including interest, sinking fund de- preciation and laxes, COLLAPSE OF A MOOSE JAW BLOCK Moose .law, Sask., July two cioiey'brick huililing owned by 0- Ileid on Main street, collapsed jestcrdaj morning on account ol in- sufficient support, Ihe foundation be- ing ncalencd by the excavation for. seven-story Tinies block. The building was occupied by the Bank of j Montreal -and plaxton's Jewelry' store. The building was completely destroyed, but no person was injured. be replaced .immediately by a new six storey hiiildinit. I'amillon Scarlet Knight "won the drilling prize at. the L. 0. L.) demon- sin lion at. St. Kittl. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS CARPETS AXMINSTEKS, large assortment of patterns, all new dc.signs. Prices to suit all. HAMMOCKS OUR SPECIAL 13.00 LINE. DRAPERIES MADRAS, SCRIM, MUSLINS; CRETONNES and 'ART SATEENS The largest range in the city. CURTAINS NOTTINGHAM LACE, BIEJE NET- and BRUSSELS ll.OO per pair. The BenUey Co'y. Ltd. FOR A FEW DAYS _ Cash Talks Refrigerators White enamel lined and strong galv. iron ICEBOXES and each, Only 3 quick. ICE CREAM FREEZERS 2 ea. 3 ea. i qt. ea. ARTHUR HAYR Assignee We Lead in Our Lines Now HOT WEATHER IS HERE, come in and HEAR SOMG MUSIC and HAVE SOME ICE CREAM worthy ot BMW, Try CREAM, litest drink out; it'i delicious. ROCHON BROS. CONFECTIONERS If you.appreciate Cleanliness and Quality, phone the Quaker Bread Man. to "show no matter where you GILMORE 1110 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH HOUSEHOLD SCALES Necessary in the Preserving Season. No guessing as to quantities. t Necessary every day. Ensure getting correct weights when buying for the family lable. Tho price w ill suit anyone. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. COKNIH AND 4TH AVI., LKTHtftlDOf.