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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i Don't Swelter Over a f Range Thete hot days, if you would cook your meals in comfort and cook them thoroughly well, try one of our COAL OIL OR GASOLINE STOVES 2 burner Perfection Oil Stoves, each 3 2 Gasoline Stoves, 3 These stoves will do all that you require in the cooking or baking line, and do it to your entire satisfaction. Come in and see them We also have a complete line of Spirit and Coal Oil Lamps Spirit Lamps, each 40c, 50c and 75c Coal Oil Lamps, each 90c, and Agents for Shtrwin-WIHiams Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE RETAIL PHONE 762- REDPATH STREET P. O. BOX 670 ention to mail orders f KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST RJPE TOMATOES 15c per Ib. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS Just received stock of COLUMBIA UNBREAKABLE PHONOGRAPH RECORDS You can save money as chil- dren can use them. 2 minute records.........45c 4 minute records.........65c These records can be sent by mail. Order from BOOH New WWtnty Block First door west Union Bank Underwent Type- writer Phone 1265. A Wide Guage That's the way we run our business. It gives us a solid foundation, liberal methods, good goods, everything select- ed with utmost care as to ser- vice and quality. Sold, too, at a price that pleases every- one. II berta Drug a no Book Co. Prescription Specialists i. B. RIPLR, MIT. immm Innisfree. on the main line of the .C. N. R-, is the latest applicant for the Agricultural college. 42 Is the Tiame of a fine per- fume. J. D. HIGIN- BOTHAM CO. ARE AGENTS 'The perfume has the deli- cacy and lasting properties that manufacturers have so long tried to get Price 75 cents per ounce ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell .on Front Door PLUMS SQc per box Extra fine fruit CHERRIES 20c per Ib. PEACHES 2 ibs. for 25c PEARS 15c per Ib. VEGETABLES ALL KINDS The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery phone 1453 DIRECT FROM ACAKOft FRUITS VEGETkBLES To arrive this week, consisting of Potatoes, Pears, Apples, Tomatoes, Watermelons and Onions. Place your orders now and get these goods at right prices. THE GOOD CO. Nigh Class Grown I OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square deal is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. "We'll give you the best of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sash, doors, or building ma- terial of any Mnd, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we get- our prices. If vre can't show you the advantage in buy- ing here, then don't buy from us. lumber Company, limited ACAD1A BLOCK North Yard, !4tt CITY AND DISTRICT At one o'clock "this afternoon at- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Prouse, 59-Argyle Ave., the death took place of Thomas Russell, the sixteen months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Prouse, of Bow Island, The funeral, which will be private, will take place" to-morrow (Friday) afternoon at three o'clock, Rev. T. P. Pern-, pastor of Wesley church, will conduct the service. In the district court, this morning before His Honor Judge Winter, E. Duncan Harrison was arraigned on two charges, one of attempting to commit suicide, and the other of is- suing worthless cheques. He elected to be tried speedily. Pielden Hodg- son, charged with forging a cheque for also elected to be tried speed ily, and will plead guilty. In the supreme court yesterday. Mr. i Justice Beck gave decision in favor' of defendant with costs in the case of John W. Turner vs. Richard J. i Brown. Turner executed an agree-! ment of sale of s.w. sec. 34-2-26 near Cardston, to Brown for a thous- and dollars. Before the money -was paid over, however, Turner called the ideal off. Brown filed a caveat upon the property and Turned entered ac- tion to have it removed. Brown re- plied with a counter claim, calling for specfic performance of the contract. Simmons Shepherd were for Turn- er and William C. Laurie, of Cards- ton for defendant. BUSINESS LOCALS There will be diddings in these dig- dings 186-0 Superior Buffet and Dining Room Furniture sold by public auction to- morrow, Friday, at 2 p.m., 15 Ar- syle Ave. The Crosby shoe store is where the working man gets good value. A big bunch of miners' shoes just in. 86-2 You think there is nothing new un- der the sun. Just 186-0 Refrigerator, linoleum, carpets and curtains sold at 15 Argyle Ave., to- morrow at 2 p.m. A handsome parlor suite and Bell piano sold to-morrow at 15 Argyle Ave. The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. There will be no funeral procession. Oh, no. Far from 186-0 Call up Crown" Cleaners, corner ol Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 474. 172-G If you want the outing of your j lives go to the Waterton Lakes.iess i sthan 100 miles from Lethbridge. The finest fishing, boating, bathing and j mountain climbing in all the world. Write for photos and rates to W. 0. Lee Sons, Cardston, Alta. 182-6 Sed. 186-0 What the parrot will say to the whale: "Go buy your shoes at the Crosby shoe store and save money, j Percy Crosby, successor to F. jman, 1M Round street. 188-2 j Who is the parrot. Ask me. I don't ;know. 186-0 To-night is your last chance to see the English Cup Final at the Eureka. Remember the vaudeville changes to- night. Get the habit. What will the parrot say 186-0 1 Owing to the hot weather the Hud- son's Bay Co.'s stores will make an effort to close at 5 p.m., and ask customers to kindly assist by shop- ping before that hour. Parcels may be obtained between 5 and 6 from the night watchman. 186-6 Again this week we will 20 per cent, on all No. 6 and 7 men's shoes. This is the chance for small footed men. The Crosby shoe store, 114 Round street. German's old stand.. IZ1-2 Parrot is a life wire and. you know it. You bet. ige-o GOOD LUMBER CHEAP From now until July 31st we will sell everything at greatly reduced prices SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 Hotel Wind0or a Day HoUl In PRtr lUt TRAINS CARR'S BISCUITS ARE GOOD BISCUITS WE CARRY A; FULL LINE OF THESE ELEGANT ENGLISH BISCUITS USE JELL-0 ICE CREAM POWDERS In five flavors For Delicious Ice Cream Craddock Vi FAMILY GROCERS REDPATH STREET iner PHONE 515 Hardware, Paints and Oils Washing Machines.. up Refrigerators...... up Ice Cream Freezers.......75c Coal .Oil Stoves.., ...75c up Try this store, for quality and good service. Geo. H. Ling .Successor to Hayr Bros. Phone 575 Redpath St., Opposite Square Wholesale' and Retail THE WEATHER Edmonton, Cloudy S2 50 I Calgary, cloudy................... 84 56 f Lethbridge 95 59 Winnipeg' clear So t-0 Fine -weather has prevailed all o'er {the prairie provinces. No rain re- FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- and warm. Alberta with scattered showers. JCITY AND DISTRICT The death occurred at 310 Walwork street, yesterday! afternoon, of Clara Helen. Ruth, aged 4 months and 17 days, daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. Chas. Legg. The funeral took place this afternoon at 3 o'clock. SCHEDULE IS_REVGED Late Despatch Brings News of Changes in C L Aug. 1 .to 3; Lethbridge, July 25, 26 2? and 2S; Calgary. Aug. 4, 5, 6. 6; Sas- katoon, July 29, 30, 30: Regina Ausc 18, 19, 20, 20. At Moose Jaw: Edmonton, July 28 29, 30, 30; Lethbridge, Aug. 4 to Calgary, July 25 to Aug. S to 10 Saskatoon, Aug 1 to 3; Regina Aug 11 12, 29, 30, 31; Brandon, Aug. 15, 16, 17 EVENTS AT CRANBROOK CAMPERS and others going on, VACATIONS Do not go from, home without a GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR If you do you ENJOY YOUR HOLfDAY We have a large assortment. THE McKEOWN HARDWARE COMPANY, LTD. Round and Dufferin Streets We ship out of town daily. THE LATE J. H. (Claresholm John H. Beatty of Elinor, who had -been ill of Brights disease for some months, passed away Saturday night last at the family home. Mr. Beatty was one of the best liked of the young men of the district and was esteemed as an upright man and a progressive farmer. He was born Oct. 22nd, 1876, at Lexington, Daw- son .county, Nebraska, and came to Calgary, July All day long and long: into the night 'the Western Can- ada 'Baseball representatives la- boured over the preparation of a new and finally the was drafted. following district seven vears aeo new schedule does'nt affect the present standing of tine clubs at all Calgary gets five more games on the road. Commencing July 30th two games be played evep- .Saturday. The schedule' will end August 30th with no extension as previously contemp- lated. 'Saskatoon gets thirteen home games altogether. The home games are as follows: Brandon 28. Regina 29. Moose Jaw 25, Winnipeg 24, Calgary 20, Saskatoon Mayor Milne, of Medicine Hat, will attend the Convention of Canadian municipalities at Toronto. campment'M.W.A. and was a Metho- dist ja religion. He married a daugh- Mr. J. P. Henderson, Of Elin- or; and is survived by her and two little children, a boy and a girl. 12, Lethbridge 10. of the Elinor en- The games abroad: Lethbridge The Police Court Cases Heard by Judge Happenings Cranbrook, July impress on the public generally the fact that he considered himself the cham- pion-lire-fighter in this vicinitv a gentleman of the name of Soyce, 'made a tour of the various I hotels in the city with his insignia of office resulting in his getting so elevated as to prove a nuisance gen- erally. He got free rooms that night and yesterday Judge Ryan gave him fourteen days on the streets so that he might have an opportunity of, demonstrating that he warranted this title. His Worship was also the cause of Thomas Cameron migrating, giving him the opportunity of taking, to the timber or occupying 'himself usefully on behalf of the authorities for three months. Tom did not wait for his baggage. It is- a pity that people like these, .who spend so freely, find it necessary to leave town. Mr. and Mrs. B. Macfarlane return- ed last night from their honeymoon, attendance. The lawn arriving on the local, and it is the of u L Castle Hotel Wish to announce that Board and Room can be had by the month Apply at the Office for Rates cial functions took place last night in the form of a social on the Oath- olic church lawn. A large number par- ticipated and the city band was in 30, Edmonton 28, Saskatoon 27, Calgary 21, Moose Jaw 16, Winnipeg 15, Bran- don 13, Regina 12. At Wiimipeg: Edmonton 4, 5, 6; Letbbridge July 29 and two games on 30; Calgary Aug. 1, 2, 3; Regina, Aug. v V M-II1J E. IA.1. Jf t> 7 is also survired bv his parents Mr 23' 24; Brandon- 8- 9> 10> and M T> n B 7T p 7 ;vir- j Aug: 25. 26, 27, 28; Moose Jaw, Aug. IS. and Mrs. R. C. Beatty, of 20 i At Edmomton: Lethbridge. Aug. 12, 13, 13; and also Aug. 22, 23, 24; Saska- toon, Aug. 19. 20, 20; Winnipeg, July ton, four brothers and three sisters. Mr. C. W. Beatty is a brother and at the bedside when death came. JThe funeral took place Friday after- {Perfection On vtoves 21, 22. 23. At Lethbridge: Saskatoon, Aug. 25, noon this week and was largely 27> 30, 31; Moose Jaw July 21 tended, quite a number goine out i 0-. m rm. At Calgary: Edmonton, Aug. 2o to 31. irom uaresnoim. The obsequies were (seven games; Lethbridge, Aug. 15 to conducted by Mr. Hopkin, Methodist 120, seven games; Saskatoon, Aug. 22 'to 24; Brandon, 21 to 25. At'Saskatoon: Winnipeg. July 21 to the entire com- student in charge at Barons. The sympathy of munity will go out to the bereaved j bridge, Au family in their great sorrow. 27; Edmonton, Aug. 15 to 17; Leth- 8 to 10; Calgary, Aug. 11, Bought at a Snap; Selling at a Bigger Snap. We have the best lot of Hand Bags in the city, mark- ed at the Lowest prcies. Johnston Jackson Prescription Druggists' Sasoline utovez. ffce Cream freezers Jtnd jce Boxes. DIED Wednesday afternoon, July 20, at 310 Wallwork St, Clara Helen Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Legg, aged 4 mos., 17 davs. At Regina: Brandon, Aug: 15, Edmonton, July 25., 26, 27. 27, Aug. 8, 9, 10; Lethbridge Aug. 1 to 3: Calgary, July 28 to 30, games; Saskatoon, July 22, 23, 23, Aug. 4, 5, 6, 6; Moose Jaw, Aug. 13, 13 and 25, 26, 27, 27. At Brandon: Winnipeg, Aug. 11, 12, J3. Zc ar.d Aug. 2'J 30, 21; Edmonton, wish of all Cranbrook that the young couple may have a long life and a happy one together. Mrs. Macfar- lane was a popular niember of the post office staff here for a number of years and Mr. Macfarlane is well known in the railroad circle here. Another of Cranbrook's popular so- i tracks ordered by the board. decorated and through was tastily the kindness of Mr. Maurice Quain, brilliantly lit up with multi-colored electric lamps. The Ontario Railway and Munici- pal Board has received a letter from Toronto Railway in which the latter agrees to lay the additional EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COUNTEK SHORT ORDERS A'SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICE CREAM AFTERNOON TEAS Special lunches and dinners served at meal honrs. Give us a trial. Quick service. jffot Weath er Stafford-Agnew Co, Summer Goods At Hurry-Out Prices PRINTS Crum's English Prints, 33 inches wide; we have a good variety to choose 4 A from, for this week only I fc C JULXXitJL O Fine English Ginghams and Fancy Linens; the best wash material made 30c for WHITE SPREADS A fine large Spread 66x84, worth in the regular way This week only. MEN'S HATS Men's fine felt hats in green, gray, black, brown and navy; these are the hats that sell in the regular way at One week only............... MEN'S SOCKS Men's Tan, 20c or 3 for Men's Fancy 35c for....................... Men's Fancy SOcfor 50c 25c 40c TABLE LINENS Our New Table Linens have arrived Fine 72 inch i' or..................... Fine 70 inch For.................... Fine 70 inch For Fine 66 inch Half 85c 75c 60c THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. ;