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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The DaUy Herald, Wednesday Page 5 The Days 01 The Hardware Stock Of C. W. Gray Are A Numbered Splendid Dai Will All Be Gone Now It's Your Time! Now it's Hardware, Stoves, Enamel Ware, Oils, Var- nishes, Paints and Tools, all at Whatever Price They'll Bring You can't duplicate .this opportunity.- It isn t every city that's privileged to have access to a stock at 25c, 50c, 60c and 75c on the dollar These are the facts. We've given you our end of the argument. Finis, will soon be written above the doors. This may mean little or much to you; it all depends on whether you have to huy anything of. these lines in the next six months or a. year The Evely Sales Co. In charge X Think don't think too long. Someone else may get what you wanted LOCAJO BUDGET H. E. Campbell, ol Emerson, Man., arrived in Letlibridge yesterday morn- ing on his way home-from an exten- sive tour, throughout the West. He has itisited all the principal and lead- ing cities in Alberta and Saskatche- wan, likes the spirit the people evinc- ed, and prophesies a great iuture for these two provinces. He is specially pleased with Lethbridge and the pro- gress it has made. At Westminster League last even- ing interesting papers were given by Harold Gray, Oscar Matson, and Marcus Dunsworth. It -was also de- cided to invite Wesley league to pay a fraternal visit to Westminster League the last Tuesday evening in August: J. W. Thompson, who for some time back has been. copnected with the Taylor Milling has severed ihis connection with that company. He left this -morning for the coast where he takes an interest in a mine there. J. McKain, manager' of the Leth- bridge branch of the Massey-Harris Co., took a trip for several miles out to the south-east of the city: Con- siderable of the wheat should go 8 or. 10 bushels to the fcase. especially where packers have "been used and farmers are beginning to 'realize the advisability .of a well prepared and well packed seed bed. We are now in direct communioa- tion with Lethhridge, the telephone having been installed here during, the past .The central is locat- ed in the office "of Mr. E. C. Ludtke. Island Reyiew., C. S. Morse, travelling freight ag- ent, for -the .Western Division of the 'C.P.R., .left trip to Camrose, Edmonton, ;and other points in Northern Alberta on Busi- ness for the road. A. Whitney, who is riding fprrfche Southern Alberta Land Co., received injuries this. week' through his horse stepping into a badger hole, .and which necessitated a, visit to the Medicine Sat Island Review; The prospects are" th'e Wesley school excursion, to CroWs on Friday will be the largest on record. Already a large number of tickets have been and the de- mand Is increasing daily. The Sum- mit Hotel is ..prepared to take care of those, whp -do not take lunch "baskets, and who are not connected with the school. C. N. Fisher has taken over the HOW MANY REALIZE THE MARVELLOUS VALUE OF FilUIT IN CURINS MANY DISEASES Woilerfvl Q! "Fruit-a-tiws" Famous Fruit Midicini Fruit juice consists of about 91% water, 8% of sweet matter, and only i% of an intensely bitter substance. Careful experiments show that it is this bitter principle, which is the active or medi- cinal material of fruit joice. Under certain conditions, the bitter principle can be made to replace or transform some of the sweet atoms in the juice, thus making a new compound which is much more active medicinally than the ordinary juice. Many fruits were analyzed and it was found that the jukes of apples, oranges, fin and prunes gave the best results. These fruit juices, having been made more active by the secret process of changing the sweet principle into the bitter, are combined with tonics and antiseptics and made into tablets. tablets are the famous fruit in every part of Canada for their wonderful curative Qualities in of the Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Skin. Fruit-a-tives is the only medicine in the world made of fruit juices. 500 box, 6 for or trial size, 250 management' of -the .blacksmith shop, 'in Bonnell's liverr, Mr. Fisher is an expert ,'hprse-shoer and is confident he- turn.out work that is second to ST. MARY'S CUNDAY SCHOOL'S FINE PICNIC The annual outing of St. Mary's church Sunday school took place yes- terday afternoon.. After a short ser- vice at the church the school children to the number of about fiilty, to- gether with the teachers and a few Mends, drove down to Mr. Melrose's house in the river bottom near the big bridge. A most enjoyable time was spent there. Arriving about 2.30 p.m. the party -wc.s soon full of life and merriment, and the weather be- ing particularly .fine, added greatly to the success of 'the affair. An am- ple and delicious meal was served- about b o'clock and the way full jus- tice was done to this must have fully repaid those who worked so hard 'to provide a good treat for the young Sports took place af- ter tea, and the fortunate winners of the. well selected prizes, which were, -distributed -by Mrs. were jubilant at their success. Three cheers being given for Mr. Melrose, the -pleasure seekers, and for Mr. Fopham, the popular organizer, and those who helped to make this out- ing a success, the were driven bact to .town. TEAMSTER INJURED Pdriage La Prairie. July Llewelyn was driving a hardware de- livery rig near the track when a G. T. P, train frightened the horses, which bolted and crossed the track just ahead of the engine. Llewelyn was violently thrown to the ground, sustaining, a ifracture at the base of the skull. He is now in a precarious condition in the General -hospital. hcuze other agency. nd Canadian Scientists tell us tKe commoii -batiSe Of more disease and death than any Auction Sale Of Household Furniture Corner of Ford and Burdett W, 1. Wilson, auctioneer 1 cooking stove al- most new. 2 heaters nearly new 1 sideboard 1 extension table 1 cloz. good chairs. 1 kitchen table 1 couch 1 centre table 2 beds and springs Linoleum Cooking utensils Wash tubs 3 "toilet sets baby's bath tub. Other articles too numerous to mention. SCIENTIFIC HORSE SHOEINO Special Attention fects, such! as overreaching and all kinds of tender feet, also track shoe- ing. Experts in charge of repair dept. C.N. FISHER FURMAN'S LIVERY BARN Cor. Smith and Dufferin WILSON'S WINNIPEG MARKETS FLY kill all the flies and the disease germs too. opened. 110 34; October open- Ted Iu7 -106 A-2: 104 Close, 1 110. 3-8 r 2 Nor. lOSf. f STor. 101 1-2: fwhite oats barley. 52; flax 2.15." Clever Footwork See our Shoes. One hund- red of Lethbridge's best dressers Hundreds of pairs sell- ing every day, but not much profit to speak of. Profits AH Going to The Men Three Cheers and a Tiger For Keel The Fight is on-The Public are Appreciative of Keel's Stock and UNMATCHABLE, UNBEATABLE Prices Don't Miss A Line, It Means In Your Pocket Love Taps On The Neck Collars reduced, Neck- wear selling like wildfire. All the men are interested. We had them all going since the first tap of the gong. No Lying Down Here Where Did You Get That Hat That is what the men are asking the men, men who wear Panamas; men who insist on a fine Sinnit straw, sailor hat; the lads who dash and go and who are at what George Ade calls the D. Fool stage in life, Ave have Troopers that look good from the road Avhether you are in an automobile or a hack: silk hat for the driver. But Prices Are Away Down Keel-Why Did You Double-Cross Me? In business all is fair, as in love and war. "To the Victor belong the Spoils." Our entire stock of suits were marked down 25 p.c. less than regular the opening We did a tremendous trade in suits, but yesterday we re-marked them down still further and today and to- morrow and for the balance of the sale, All Suits At "Un-heard-Of Before" Prices Buy for the boys, the youths, your uncles, we'll fit them all and send them uway, and they won't have fingers enough to tickle them- selves with, they'll be so happy with our Suits and Prices Paid, and Savings Made How About Your Underwear? KeeFs stock is well assorted with B.V.D. short length summer kind Penman's light weight wool; Stanfield's light and medium mer- cerized and silk mixtures; (Watson silk finish; Zimmerman Knit-to- fit and as many lines of Balbriggan as there will be stars in your crown selling dozens of suits every day. All Without A Profit Famous Shift to Your Pants Pockets Is exhibited in every round of table, counter and shelves throughout the store. Prices speak for themselves. Great Under Pricing No Matter What You Buy Keel's Pants Are Again Down Hundreds of pair of pants, men's sizes reduced to the ridiculous price of a leg and the seats free. Whether you are long or shorty stout or slim we have pants for you, pants for Sunday and for Monday and pyjamas if you are disposed to sleep. The prices are all easy, so if you have a good 'conscience it won't be hard for us to get together. I And! M This Sale Is Not Faked We don't employ SPIEL- publicity. You get a square deal here and big savings on every purchase. Look For Big Sign. Store Open Till 9 p. m. Every Evening ;