Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
4 4 4 Hotel Windsor J Btit Day Hotel In Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS e Man who is Building will find this the best place to buy his building supplies. We look after this particular line of business in a -way which cannot help but please you and we enable you to get the exact hardware and building supplies which you prefer. "Corbins" Builder's Hardware offers you -the largest selection, the finest and very latest finishes and designs, and the prices (quality considered) are quite as low as any line made. Allow us to figure oil your requirements from plans and specifications. lie ShtrwIn-WJIHamt Ready Mixed Paint. Hick-Sehl Hardware WHOESALE A RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE O. BOX 670 Wt attention to mail ordtrt MUSIC Jut recetrd a large slip- Beit of Music 25c lack 5 fw COMPLETE LINE OF Mcliriey lOc. Music 100KST01E Ntw Whitney Block Mrst door west Union Bank writer Plione 1265. FLEET OR FAST Either one des- cribes our delivery service. A most im- portant point for you to consider when you are sick is "where can I get prompt quick service." It is an important feature of our prescription department. Just re- member it MbertaBruiandBookCo. Prescription Specialist! 1.8. pfl, ijr. The Careful Workers What a monument deserve the worsers in this busy -world. None so careful as the makers of compounders of prescriptions if he be of the right order. You. are sure of this when you. place your prescriptions in our hands, and -it is worth much to you, is it not? The Careful workers at J. D Jlginbota Co, Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night, and Day Telephones No. ,322 Night Bell on Front Door KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST Just Arrived CAR OF CHOICEST FRUIT Containing: Plums, 45c per basket, or per crate Peaches per crate 'Pears, 2 Ibs for.........25c Watermelons, each Oranges, per dozen 40c, 50c, anci 60c. Bananas, per dozen .....40c Lemons, per dozen......45c Apricots, per box....... 60c Per crate, 20 Ibs Don't miss buying some of this choice fruit. The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Fruit, and Crockery AND DISTRICT Dr. Wamock, M.PT-, of Pincher Creek, was in the city this irvorning. Geo. Baldwin and Mis. .Baldwin of i BUSINESS LOCALS You taiik there is nothing new un- der the sun. Just 186-0 The Barrie Carriages and wmgons are the best Easton. and Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic Park. 175-0 The Great Robzart at the Eureka, one of the greatest novelty acts ever in the city. There will be no funeral procession. Oh, no. Far from 185-0 To-night will be your last chance to see the "Proclamation of King at the Eureka. Call up Crown Cleaners, corner ol Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 474. 173-0 Who is the parrot. Ask me. I don't know. i88-0 0-U.Bofczart, you are some act. See j the Great Robzart at the Eureka to- night. What will the parrot say 188-0 Parrot is a wire and you inow it. You bet. 186-0 Stock ,of Infants', .Children's and Misses' Shoes lust arrived to foe sold >at lowest prices for your benefit. B. (Parsons, opposite Westminster schooL .The adjourned general meeting of the Caledonian. Society will be held in Caledonian Hall on'Thursday, 28th July at 8 o'clock. All members are requested to attend. 187-5 Have you had a free, guess on the bean contest at the Royal Shoe Store, Crabb street, opposite Mont- real Bank. Contest ends this month. Big sale of household furniture at 1611 Glyn street, Thursday, at two 'o'clock. All superior goods, almost F. G. "Waddington, auctioneer. Our car load of WASHINGTON FRUIT AND VEGETABLES CARR'S BISCUITS ARE GOOD BISCUITS WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF THESE has arrived and everything is in good condition. Now is the tlmo'for you lo get some fine fruit at low prices. quote Washington Peaches (Freestones) per case................. Washington Plums, per case Apricots, per case Bartlett Pears, per case, 40 Ibs.' Washington Apples, per case 50 Ibs Ripe Tomatoes, per case, 3 Ripe Tomatoes, per case, 2 Watermelons, from 65c to 90c Washington New Potatoes, dry and meaiy, per THE GOOD GO. High CUM Cntan Dellyer> ELEGANT ENGLISH BISCUITS USE JELL-0 ICE CREAM POWDERS In five flavors For Delicious Ice Cream Craddock Viner FAMILY GROCERS REDPATH STREET PHONE 515 GOOD LUMBER CHEAP From now until July 31st we will sell everything at greatly reduced prices SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. Phone 454 The management of the Castle Hotel With to announce that Board and Room can be had by the month Apply at the Office for Rates CITY AND DISTRICT Tom Fleetwood, of' the city assess- or's staff, returned this morning from a trip, -to the Winnipeg Fair. A. H. Bartlett, a dweller in Morn- .jngside, while driving into the city last Friday morning in the storm, was stricken down with lightning. He was rendered unconscious, but his lit- tle son, who was in the wagon bo- side him, escaped unhurt. Mr. Bart- lett was driven back home where he regained consciousness in a couple of hours. He has not as yet returned work, and it is feared he is injured internally. This is the second time Mr. Bartlett has been in a lightning accident and escaped narrowly. I Cannangay, are in the city. J. Lipton has been given a per- mit to build a residence on Burdett street, at a cost of OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square Seal is one that we nave a right to oe proud of. That's our only hid for TOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you the best of everything at tile hest 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 kind, don't fail to come in and get our prices. That's all we get our prices. K .we can't sho-w you advantage in buy- ing here, then don't buy from Hogers-Cunningliaoi Lumber Company, limited ACADIA BLOCK .North Yard, Phor.t 52S Yard, Phont 4M CITY AND DISTRICT Hugh Murray, of the Dominion Se- The directors of the Agricultural cliritieSj Toronto, is in the Society meet to-night at 8.30 o'clock to_dav> Murray was form_ Jin the council chamber- jerl'r oa the St_ Journal with W. B. Lanigan, of Winnipeg, As- Messrs_ _Buchanajl and Jordan of the j sistant Freight Traffic Manager of j (the C.P.R., will be in the citv on _, I- i Gus Neidig takes his -bill posting i Tnursdav, August 4. T v IT TT IT- 'outfit soutQ this aiternoon -co distn- In the absence 01 Mr. Harper, Miss n bute advertising- matter Queeme Tabor has taken charge 01 i the summer course in piano and the- j iory at the Conservatory of Music. j Mr. and Mrs. D. B. McNabb and Mrs. McNabb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meisner, leave to-night for Ber- lin, Ont. They -will be away about _ three months. j Rev. Father Boniface, ton, a member or the Fransciscaa Or- ider is to the city for a week Ten bushels'per acre. ting at the annual retreat at St. Aloysius convent. Rev. Father Ros- enthal is attending the retreat in Calgary and Edmonton. Miss Irene Langdon, of the Hud- son's Bay Company's staff, met with a painful accident on Redpath St., Friday evening, by turning her foot and spraining her ankle badly, break- ing several of the ligaments. Miss Langdon was preparing to spend her vacation at her home in Saskatche- wan, but will now he under Dr. Mc- Nally's care for" two weeks. in ccmn.ec- ition with the Lethbridge Fair throughout the towns on the A. R. I. roads. J. Taylor, accompanied by some of his workmen, spent yester.lay" in Monarch, renovating the elevator there. Mr. Taylor reports crops as of Edmon-1 fairlF weU west of tlle River. Much of it should at 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. Johnstons Ms on Prescription Druggists SSrass Coal jfods CITY AND DISTRICT G. S.. Podger, of Magrath Branch of the Ellison Milling and'Elevator spent Sunday at- his home 'here. C. Benson and D. L- Kimball made a flying business trip to Magrath yes- terday. A -new siding named Azure, has been put in on the Macleod branch between Cayley and High River. J. A. Giliespie, of Vancouver, for- merly manager here for P. Burns Co., is in Le-thbridge, having just re- turned from a months' trip to the east. At a meeting held on Sunday of the Lethbridge Lodge Brotherhood of Locomotive Trainmen, it was decided nvot to run their annual excursion this year.to Elko, B. C. J; B. Mulhern, of the Calgary- Lethbridge Realty Co., has purchased the McMillan interests in the Dows- ley-McMillan Land Co., of G-lyn St. Mr. Mulhern leaves this week on busi- ness for the firm. Andrew Laidla'w and W. A. Nicolas, of Spokane, with M. A. Alworth and L. Washburn, are in the city to-day and went north to look over some of Mr. Laidlaw's coal properties. Mr. Alworth is a wealthy capitalist, and- Mr. "Washburn a leading solicitor, and both come from Duluth. Owing to enquiries from other Sun- day schools of the city, the manage- ment of Wesley school is pleased to state that any other schools may take advantage of the excursion train .to Crow's Nest on Friday, either as a whole or in part. A. Fraser Reid, who has been act- jing as works foreman for the West- Stationery Co. during the past j seven months, has been promoted to the managership of the business, and has already entered upon his duties. Rev. John Baker, who has spent two years as a missionary for the Wesleyan Methodist church in Hong Kong, was in "the city on Sunday, the guest of Messrs. W. H. and H. A, Whiddington. Mr. Baker preach- ed in Wesley church on Sunday even- ing and an interesting account of some phases of the work there. He is returning to England, his doctors having ordered him to leave the trop- ical climate. CITY AND DISTRICT W. J. Thomson, of the Taylor Mill- ing; and Elevator Co., left this morn- ing for Monarch, whence he purposes .j taking a holiday trip to -the coast. R. Fairbrother, accountant for the Taylor Milling Co., returned on Sat- urday from his holiday outing at Waterton Lakes. He reports some 'excellent be obtained there. The surveyors are again at work upon Westminster Road doing some survey work preparatory to mov- ing of the. electric light poles to the west side of the street. This will be a very necessary improvement and will be more appreciated if a better system of street lighting is 'installed there, as there has been one light j burning upon the entire length of the street, in North Lethbridge, for many weeks past. W. R. Hull, oi. Calgary, is in the I city to-day on business in connection HIGH RIVER WON GAME i i with his new block at the corner of jGlyn and Redpath streets and other j interests in the city. G. W. Green returned from Ray- mond this morning accompanied by Mrs.' Green who will visit for a time with Mrs. L. Green, of this city. J. Gregory, a C.P.R. carpenter, ac- companied by his wife and family, re- I turned to their home on Norman St., North Lethbridge, yesterday. They have been spending a holiday of three and a half months at their old home in the north of England. The third annual picnic of "West- i minster church and Sunday school 1 held on Thursday evening at the rear of grounds. All friends and adherents of the church are invited. Following last year's plan this will be a "sunset" picnic. All are asked to be at the church atj 5.30 sharp. Those who find it im- possible to attend at this hour are requested to -go direct ,to the grounds as soon as possible. A good program of sports has been arranged. Last evening's lacrosse game in High River was one of a strenuous and exciting nature. The Lethbridge bunch got rather badly swamped by a score of 10-4, but the'outcome casts no reflection upon their playing. High River team was fresh and thirsting for victory i; the Lethbridge bunch were feeling stale and stiff af- ter their strenuous win from Cal- gary on Saturday. High River got a lead of two goals in the first quarter and kept going the terrific pace until half time, wi the score sheet read fa'-l in their fav- or. Two more fell to their lot in th< third and likewise in the last quar ,ter. Lethbridge came through with some snappy work in the last minutes and bulged the nets three times. It was all theirs for the last .spasm. Bailey, McGreevy, McNab and Hal- ward did the scoring stunts for the local boys, the latter's shot being a spectacular back throw. Dr. Edmunds, of Okotoks, officiat- ed satisfactorily. W. Hatcher acted as judge of play. Lethbridge line-up g. McCorvie; p. T. Gow; c.p. B. Wright; 1st d. A. B. Cook; 2nd d. S. McNeil; 3rd d. Simpson; c. M. McGreevy; 3rd ,h. Bailey; 2nd h. Halwardi; .1st h. L. C. Cook; o.h. D. Robson; i.h. McNab. High Class Tools FOR Miners, Contractors AND Agriculturists Spades, Picks, Shovels, Forks The McKeown Hardware ltd Dufferin Round Streets We Ship out of Town Daily C Teething children have more or less diarrhoea, -which can be controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is necessary Is to give the prescribed dose after each operation of the bow- els more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse the system. It-is safe md sure. Sold bj druggists. Stable Brooms, each----75c Complete, good, quality, reg. -Scrubbing Brushes, each 25c Regular 35c. Dandy Horse Brushes 2Gc Regular 30c. Stove Brushes, each----20c Regular 30c. Whisks of best quality 20c Regular 25c. Dust pan and brush complete, regular 75c...........45c Fine hair floor brushes Regular Hair brushes............75c Regular Shaving brushes........45c Regular 65c. Nail brushes 5c Regular lOc. A large stock of Kalsomine, Painters' and Decorators' Brushes muse be cleaned out. No whale shaking bis tail in your face here; no whirl-wind -whistling in your ear here; no Parrot yelping at you; "come on in .but a gen- uine slaughter sale of brushes. It will be a long time before you have an" opportunity to buy them as cheap again. Geo. H. Ling Successor to Hayr Bros. Phone 575 Redpath St., Opposite Square Wholesale and Retail Harold G-. Long, of the Central school staff, is going to Calgary shortly to take a course in military drill in order that a cadet corps may be connection with the schools here. The world's most successful medi- cine for bowel complaints is Chamber- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has relieved :more pain anl suffering, and saved more lives than any other medicine in use. In- valuable for children and adults. Sold by all druggists. H EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE EUREKA' QUICK LUNCH COUNTER SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICE CREAM AITERNOON TEAS Special lunches and dinners served at meal hours. Give us a trial. Quick service. Coal Soxes fire SSrass Jfettles Statford-Agnew Co. WEAR OVERALLS OF QUALITY OUR BIG OFFER SPECIAL POINTS I. The material is selected stock blues are guaranteed indigo." IT. The workmanship is done by union labor and every garment is inspected by an expert before passing into stock. RETURN TO US six stamped pockets cut from Walker's Trainmen's Overalls and we "Will a new pair free of charge, OUR GUARANTEE lOc for every button, tnat comes off and 25c for every rip within 30 days of purchase. SPECIAL POINTS III. The reinforcement in crotch which makes it impossible to rip at the most vital point. IV. The buttons are the very latest in- vention in buttons, a button selected after making every conceivable test in comparison with FOR SALE ONLY BY THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD.