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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I I. MCS TO At. Hotel 4 I Bay hotil In AlWflt ,y WHIN IN- The Dallas Hotel It thonr whole foot through blood poisoning caused, by a Now the sensible thing to do Is .to. get 'av bottle of Hedley's Liquid Corn Cure It-will' do wonders- in'removing a corn and it is guaranteeo" pr your money back. Price 25c per The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Are Your Kidneys Healthy Kidney trouble ia primarily caused by .the sluggish action of .tiw liver. ;U your liver. gluggish and you pay due attention to it, much future annoyance may be saved. Jackson's Liver Pills fjiulti and prevent seri bottle of 40 JACKSON Cornet liver fiultt and prevent, serious .kidney 1 bottle of 40 pilli SHERLOCK BLOCK, f All ptovisions kept in ice-cold refrigerators 111 Ml 10 IMOJIS 111 Illsl SS C 1 1 1011 whioli will he presented to II II. II. the Duke of Connaught on the occasion of his visit to in the early part of Octoher next from 7 10 p m t Dnrhim A. (o is now under tew Old papers for ale at the Herild jtnamecmenl iml will lie known is Office 1500 (the Commercial of UberU For quick service, 1 lie business of the (inn is- the col 670. Hei Clear Store. Drug store, North I elhhndge. Rates S2.20 adults SI.10Tchildren.tinner 12. Train leaves a. m. Tickets'on sale tonight at the church G. Leadhetter, sign writer, etc. 110-0 lecting of accounts, financial invcsti- trating, bookkeeping, etc. They also a full line of insurance in all carry TENDERS given and prompt guaranteed of all building lupptlci. Mortir Sdln. 'cVrrwr'teiS. VVall Tio. ftftl. Holliw (.nth. Hate Clju. Wall Duplex Material. Moialc Tile. Insulating Store. Fronts, Expinilon Bolti mi Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, 2nd, f. I 11C7 Unn t until tie loShnnches voiir heavier" clothing, Look it I Toniorrow is tlie annual excursion up tnil pet out nteicoit relin dij ol the Ue'ilex f hurch ed, nnci coliai jnit on i school to t Nest Pass I he your suits cleaned, pressed and re-7 event to lie ;i. hanner one paired. 1'humr -1071 and K. KinRs- anil judging from Hie interest being ton will send for and return goons. taken hy local people a large crowd I ,8k b should he on hind (rows Nest huh ths-s rmidi clediiin? jnakes a dcliMU'ul outing ind piKoni 171 thr Unnn llcinm 178 0 intending secure There will he a his ice cream social i their tickets al once. and dince umici .uispices of St S I he f P H stile definitely this Man s Men s 'ao liU in t h ill morning thai Ihei arc not ahle lo on luh Jlth commene run vhe excursion lo Mlatrmorc for ing MOpn- no I Uitiich on 7th nor I. A. Silver, 120 1st Ave., H.. is'al anv other Hate this season. There, offering at priratc sale a. quantity o! i will, therefore, not he an excursion household liiinitiici, liorsc haniess nnrler thi inspires 01 this church tills and surrey ana other arliclei, ienr Tins evcursion is in no i) See ad on another pm lion iionncUcil tlie excursion of Wrs MAY PAVE IN FRONT OF STATION Deputation Sees Council About Paving First Avenue First avenue South will not be Par ed this" year. That may be considered mere; guess at the final action of Uie Citj i Council, hut if present indications go' for' anything, the above statement may be taken as -correct The Council practically refusc-il yes tertlay to consider tile paving of the thoroughfare in questiott A special meeting of the-Council hoard was to have been held during the afternoon, but some o[ the alder- men did not put in an appearance and the result was that the -matter was only: discussed informally. How ever, the committee, consist ing of IT. A..McKIllop. C. F. P.. Cony- beare. and J. B. Turuey, representing the Board'-of A; Ripley, representing the :Btisiness .Men's As- sociation, -'were ;present to urge the Couhcil to pave First avenue; They presented the claims in favor of the work, as.already outlined In meetings of the Board of Trade and the Busi- ness Men's Association. H. A. Me- Killop and- Conyheare bo'th spoke tor the Board, arid '-were followed by A. Ripley, for the Business Men. They presented a strong case However, the Council is opposed to expenditure; The city, they is .spending too much money aheidy this Phe% are at the limit