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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO At. TffAiNB Hotel Wtndtor i Day hottl In TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIM IN LBTHMIDQt J The DallasHotel U BMt knt I Fresh Fruit in abundance, fresh Vegetables all kinds, cooked cold meats, fresh creamery butter and new laid eggs SATURDAY SPECIALS Red Raspberries, prico prr basket -20c Black Raspberries, price per basket .'......20c Blackberries, price per basket Pineapples, each............... 20c and 25c. Cantaloupes, very large, slxe price ench ..25c. Oranges moil i urn. sweets, per dox...........30c. Oranges, per doz. 40c 50c Cherries, 10 Ib. boxes, par box Green Apples, per Ib. 10c. Bartlett Pears, per Ib. ,16o. California and Washington Peaches, price Wax Beans, pi Ice PCI Ib 15c, fancy hot house UU-KQ prico onch 20c and 25c Ripe Tomatoes, price per 25c Ripe Tomatoei, prico .per basket: ..........85c. Cauliflower, per head.......... 15c, 25c A, 35c Green Corn on cob...We expect a largo "shipment lowest market price Rhubarb, price -1 Ibs Co'd Boiled Mini, price per Ib.......... Cold Ox Tongue price per Ib. ...70c. Cold Roast Seef, price per Ib.............. 40c. Creamery Butter, price per Ib..............35c. New Laid Eggs, price per dozen..........40c. two pounds for 25o: per case Green Peas, price per Ib. 1Cc. All Raspberry orders winch we have taken this week but have not delivered have been caused by the berries not arriving in quantities. These'orders will bo filled-with ho iirst good berries wo receive. Next week we expect Kouora blueberries Watch for them. STANDARD-SATURDAY SPECIALS. Just a word to those who were disappointed in securing a bed spring'and mattress lust week. Be here early Saturday morning. Muff Sed. We offer you all our Beautiful Madras and Scrims, priced up to 50 cents per yard, for only..............'.'..'... 25c per yard For ihis day only, with every curtain length we will present you with oue of those dainty extension, rods to baug.ii'on Absolute- ly free.' SEE-IT IN OUR WINDOW, Standard Furniture Co. .HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE PHONES: Grocery Dopt. SJS. WholMale Dipt.'127.1. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS QROCEM ICt CREAM F3UIT AND CGNFECTS8NM7 WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONES: Grocery' WS. 1271. IM Cram 627. WEATHER 10 best sellers in late fiction Sins of the Father, by Dixon. The ;Tho Ssuirrel Cage, Dorothy Can- field. HiJ First Iron Woman, Margaret Deland The Price She Graham .Phillips: The Dangerous Age, Michaels. He, Who Passed To. M. G. jr. Chain oi1 Evidence, J. R. Scott. A Bed of Roses, W. L. George 43 66 pr ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY (LOCK DOOM WEST OF UNION IANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERI 1 Don't Cut Your Corn chances on trimming a corn -p-itb. a knife, >ou loose uhole foot thioush biood poisoning caused by a slight cut. Notr the sensible thing to do 15 to get a bottle of Medley's Liquid Corn Cure It will do noaders in removing a corn and it is guaranteed or your money bact Price 25c per boltls at The Frank Medley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA .DRUG CO. Company Attention Zr.ry hour in the raj and day in the are on dretts Jiaraie, m all limes we stand 'at attention' in obedieLrp to your command for pi.re drugs of high qualttj and streng'h Our conBtitutes a national guard for jour health. De- pend upon us at all times to aerve you faithfully ana1.well. JACKSON CO. fHEKLOCK ILCCK. PHONE IX HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBEUTA'S PRIDE" BEER It Ii Jlmply cooling and refreshing these bliatering hot days. Pure healthful and good for sou. Haie you our Assorted Sodas' Thej arc leil nifty bererages, with the right fla- Evwybodys drinking them, why not you? Let us jour order. The Lethbridge Brew- ing Malting Co. Ltd. PHONE 554 BEAVER EOARD th. place of lath, platter wafl for the ceil- type of new or re- Beaver Beard does not chip, It .un'rvee n l.uune WrtlJUiil 1J1 Hit (I COOlCf 111 SlimmOr It TC' lards shocks, strains and vibrationf.; that crack an_d bring down plaster. Beaver Board, becomes one of the com- ponent parts of Any building and never needs replacing. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, p. o. 401403 Ind AVI. t. Edmonton Saskatoon Winnipeg Red Deer Medicine Hat............. Kamloops..................... Hrandon Lethbridge................. Port Arthur Calgary ........_. fine weather has been" the prairie provinces with higher temperature. FORECAST Western Provinces Unsettled, not much "change in tern local showers. CITY AjVlS DISTRICT Edmonton has n shoe The Uitulitliic. Co. commenced the paving of Third avenue this morning. Dr. Kellogg, of a MSitoi m the citj tor tne week end The Knights'of .Pvtbias'will attend (Hvjne service in on Suhdav evening Father Rosenthal returned to ,the city vesterdav after an extended vis- it in Edmonton and other points, i The Methodist church Sun- school picnic on Thiirsdav msr, to Lrous Nest Pass prom- ises to be a'srand success. Tbe Trades and Labor. Council met last night and it ncarh mid night was reached. It was decided to join forces u ith the newly formed Provincial Federation of I aoor The committee repoited that slock for the proposed Jabor j temple is spllins; slouh A special j meeting.will1 ne held to discuss the invitation to in celehrating Labor j Farncl throughout the length ind j breadth of'Western' Canada- for .her) kindness and'hospitality to. the hard j living, haul riding oi the earlj m and fcr her open-handpil nospitahtv which brought her out ai ho tr oi the or night to welcome strangers who rode or up to the ranch house door, the latch of which; al- stood read; to be pulled opeit from the to cook them the quick hot meals for which she was fainoub, Catherine Quirk, wife of John Quirk, formerly 'of >Millarville, hut now of Detroit died on Jul> 3, and m consequence there is mourning among the oldrtimcrs of Alberta. BUSINESS LOCALS Cream Pufis iomorrou at Macilpine Killien's, Schwcitier's old stand, next P: Burns Block. Phone 1056. 186-1 Old papers tor sale at the Herald Office 150-0 For quick baggage service, pliant 170. Rei Cigar Store. J G Lcadbetter, sign writer, etc Special ilelues In Flower Vases for Saturday All 20c. 25c 30c vases for 15c AH 35c, vases for 25c j All vases above oO 25 per cent discount. They are here in a wonder- ful assortment Big value for you tomorrow, SEE OUR WINDOWS KIRK'HAN BRO-S All Lines TELEGRAPH Put in touch v.ltli us Distance "jneans nothing with the telephone .and the mails at 3 our disposal No vou are, send us joiij. we shc.ll send jou have Telephone orders or mail orders receive rourlmost care- ful attention, ected with care and shipped jramediateh PARTICULARtATTENTION IS GIVEN PRESCRIPTIONS. ThB you to trade at your., own'drug-store mo matter where you -ton knou that we fill jour prescriptions. right. J. D. Higinbotham Co.; ltd. The Rexall Store CITY AND DISTRICT Phono 1167 119 II Phone Gfifi the Messenger Service for iroiipt message and dclucry Foi hiirh class, French drv cleaning >honc -17'i, the C'ro.wn .Cleaners. 178-0 The Hrnun Tea Room is op- en on Saturday from Il-llo 0: .Lunch Irom to 2 111-1 Baths, hot, and cold', 25c at Kaake's Baths, hot and cold, S.'.c at 'Kaake's Hatha, hot and cold, 25c at Kaako's hot and cold, at Knako's Barber Shop, l.O.O.F. 1 "Horn'1 groun arc a Iliat he lire ce cream at Ihc social (.lie Ladies' Aid of Kno5..clmrch arc.: holding in llic school room on. Friday evcnihg'at o'clock V pleasant musical pro gram hds lieen arranged 18a-2 fepctnl mcetini! of Ilir I.rllihridge Trades Lanor.' Council will beiheld Sundaj, July 21st, at 2 p m in Trades Labor Mall. Business Dis- cussipn of Lalior Day celebration. All mion men..tnvitcd, Smitten, Scc'j. 1SS-2 The "new.-.Provincial: .Normal" school afc Camrosc cost Three drunks appeared in police court, this morning tno of thpm hcmg dismissed and one being fined the costs of the court. W- T. P. Eyres, "of Eyren.ore, writ- ing to the IiVrald, states, that crops looked beticr and barring un- expected -will be a bumper yield; Fift) feet frontage on fourth street west and avenue, Calgarv, whicli tuo fears, ago was purchased bv H. of Kan- ton, ior was sold to A Auri- olc, of for MAYOR HATCH HAS THE RIGHT IDEA RECALLS EXPERIENCE OF OTHER MORAL TO SOUTHERN ALBERTA Mayor-Hatch spent last evening at his farm and returned this morning wearing a wide smile. looks good to his worship and with good luck for the remainder of the growing season there will he ranch to cheer for. Talking about crops and the efTect of an off year on the citv the mayor grew reminiscent and re- called (he early experiences of Kans- as, Iowa and Nebraska. In Kansas the-settlers had a particularly hard time getting on their feet and for .a time there was a tendenev to let the land, companies and the mortgage companies take it all. The settlers stood -by it, however, and 'after the first vcart> began to apph euce to the investment ot muscle, arid today Kansas is one of the best stales or the mi ion: There arc less mortgages and liner farm houses and a higher standard of education Kansas than in- almost anv other state. His worship has unlimited faith jn the southern part of Alberta believes that the application of brains fo farming make this a banner province. The farmers have I had a little hard luck through lack of moisture, and with too much fnois- so have all other new coun- tries, and it is only by applying the experience and following scientific Hnetrhods: and doing proper farming that these difficulties can he over- COT e His worship is an ardent ad vocate of mixed farming and as is .well has shown his faith bv Ins works going in cxtensnely for sheep raising. There are great al- falfa-crops growing and the ques- tion for.stock in the south is nearlv a problem of the-past. says the farmers have, put an awful lot of hard work into then farms and he is hoping for two, 01 good luck and ever} thing will he on a solid basis. When the settlers' land is paid for the countn will IPC! the rebult ind particularly S the 1 he amount 01 money n circulation will make everyone happy STARLAND'S WEEK END PROGRAM NEW.POST.OFFICES The following rietf postpfllces, have been opened in .-the'constituencies'of edicine'-Mat'- and Macleod TR, Tp 7, Range I, Jag II fox, J lt Tp 26, Range 5, Fred Bclsford, postmaster 29, Tp 20, Range 17, A., ,f.; Wet miller, postmaster. 18, Tp 2% Range 17 C C Andes, poll tin aster WilIows-HSer 3, Tp 1 Range 23, T.'-R." C. .Boulton, postmaster. DENIED THE; STORY Washington, July House officials and Chief Wilkie the sec- ret, service vigorously.denied early to- day (lie circumstantial or Hie attempted assassination ol Trcsidcnt Taft Starland are offering; a strong week- end program, on Friday and Saturday. Itjis composed of three pic- tures which are ibound to aatia- faction to the moat -exacting1. The feature film is a Biograph production entitled "A_ String of the theoie of which is .as follows: "Life is an organism; we arc .in truth one. AJ1 of us can sec ourselves In others, whkh theory applies alike to rich and poor. The rich man in this story who bought a string of pearls for a quarter of a million, even saw of this theory. It, .needs some humanizing experience to make us sympathetic, and recognise others in ourselves. Hard luck' la very .apt dp -this, and that is why 'The poor are charitable to the poor'" This is a 'worthy picture with perfect photo- graphy and IE worth going gome dts- tance to ace. Apart from this, there is a romantic Western drama entitled "The Higher Toll" which la one of those rflro western pictures which are powerful in plot and in scenery, and a live active comedy featuring the "Kver Funny John Bunny." In addition jMtss Rich- ards (the.Starland girl) and Mr, W. Little will sing a popular duet entit- led "Let Ale Call You Sweetheart." Mayor Lees of Hamilton'has prac- tically accused.the police department of tolerating vice, and demanded a WIIEIST DOER A 310 VE LIKE A STfiEET YOU APPLY A LITTLE CUEEEXT SEE! WHITE FROST "Round while enamel, a snap at...._.._._ Hardwood, white enamel 24 inches wide, 50 inches 30 inches wide, 46 inches ___-TriESE ARE ALL PAY-AS-YOU-ENTER tBAflQAWS" Stafford-Agnew "If you live out ol town, write When using paints apply the best. Minerva Pure Prepared Paint For exterior and interior use, has a record of seventy-eight years. Goes farthest, Wears Longest, IB Cracking, No Fading The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER ITH ST. AND 4TH AVE. Everybody's Doing It! Doing What? Buying Hayr Hardware Go's Lawn Fence Why? It's The Most Durable 13c per to match 25 The Time to Decide is Now! >ou buj "just tires' or enjoy "Goodrich prov1 qiiiintitjv in pleasure and mileage l "Goodrich Service" is neither new, patentablc, rior'sensational; it is as old Goodrich Tires MADE OF REAL RUBBER' complete line o( Accessories forrsale .by. H. T. HENDERSON GARAGE Sixth tfrttt ind Sixth Avenue SM C Wo Big of nn dull Dial ;