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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 4. FREE TO ALL TRAINS J llutel Windsor lot a Day Hotel In Alberta 4. ,4. j. 4. Daily Herald 4. WHEN IN LITHBMIDGIt TUe Dallas Hotel J 4. i iitd Mnt Coi tent Stiy ___ r Haying Tools or storing; nway dvanlnccs of a liny Currier us a mm Ul Itit f The above farts should convince nny practical farmer Hint it I. the of ecLomy to have a cwrtor outfit bo.ce ,hu to decide is.-wliat carrier to Imy? In reply to which witbtsi li LONDEX JUNIOR'SUNG CAU. Loiulen Jr. Sling S12.50 Hay S'linsK, Uiiy Rack Fixtures LJ_Eacli Hay Kadi Fixtures liuirtllc Forks, 3- 75c Straw Forks. 4- Mon hunt Header, 4- Barley Forks, 4- (AOHI Mason Fruit Keillors IN PINTS. QCAIITS AND IIAU'XIALI.OXS Tin-PC- an- the two lit-st liuc-s a! Krillt Sealers gli tho market. l.MI'KOVKl) IK r 1-2 per ..................S1-50 MAEO.S per .......S5c Qlir.r's. per dozen ......................S1.00 1-2 ll.cilons. per clnzi-n FRUIT JAIt dozen ........lOc GOOD'S DELICIOUS ICE Tlio hlucl wholesonii FRUITS vcsetahlc.' Kxtrii Fine California Fruits A UMiGK SHIPMENT JUST IN. Hue for uliclnc to sorvo wjth nine TriiBcilV or liurbank varieties, Per Ih. llarilotls, first this season, per lh....15c cANTKl.OllPKS-lSllcli 25.c HOT HOUSE finest stocu, per Ib...................................26c satisfies. Always the same. Absolutely pure and MAIN STORE ROUND ST. n'l" 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FJ1UIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL DUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. f. O. Box 879 Wo Attention If Mall Orderi TYPEW1UTERS When you waul a Typewriter you will find that the Underwood or the Empire are the best machines to buy. We are agents for liolli. Second-Haiid Remingtons and Fox machines for sale CHEAP. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK flHlT DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 12W. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner of their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipmcut assure that all medicines will he com- pounded right. v Bring all your prescriptions here to bo tilled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. fRCSCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A, 9. KlPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 GASOLINE, BENZINE or CARNATIONS Which do you prefer! Nice to have people sniffing gasoline or benzine when you coma near them. Nval's KLE-NEM will do all that gasoline or do In the or cleaning, but it will neither explode or b.urn.Vlt leaves a dsiniy odor o! carnations. Any one who ever used Kle-nem will never go back to the old- fashioned wny. 25 cents a bottle at JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION ORUGGI8TS to JOHNSTON A JACKSON SHERLOCK BUOCX. PHONE ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEEll RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Get vounelf into shape for "that tired that comes In the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your, constitution with A I- tonic and a .trengthener. A glaw or two daily will give renewed life and vigor when you really feel like Jailing by. ufpimy is abeolnte and it It a predlgested Hmild food, easily iB.lmllatcd by the weakest stomach. It Is a boon to those suffer- ing from weakened digestive organs. Alberta's Pride beer Is brewed from best and Bo- hemian hops, by moUidUs strictly sanitary. THE LETHBRIDGE. BREWING AND MALTING CO., Limited PHONE 554 DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. THE KclinoiitOi-., fair s2 Calgary, cloudy I''1 I.ethliridjje MHicine Hat. fair 73 cloudy Winnipeg, fair SI Purl Arthur Some light rain falls hnvi- occurred in Alberta, anil the wratlier lias turn- ed cooler in that province. Fine warm conditions have prevailed in Saskateh anil Manitoba. Maximum tclll- lirraticrps oi 30 degrees reported at icvpral places in Manitoba yesterday. h'OUKl'ASTS Manitoba Local showers or thunderstorms, but part- ly fair and turning cooler tonight. Friday, fair ami cool. showers, but partly fair and cooler.1 Friday fair, and cool. I and cool today and cm: A-vi) DisTitic: i Glassware At a low Price Special for a week 2-Ot. Glass Jugs, each Large Glass Bowls, each Oil Bottles, each Salts and Peppers, Glass, each Pickles with covers Butter dishes, large each Sugar Bowls, each Measuring Cups, each 25c. 25c. 25c. 25c. 25c. 25c. 25c. SAVE MONEY A good time is assured at the dance tomorrow evening at the 1C. oi I'. Hall, 7 to 1. The new branch of til? Canadian Pacilic railway system, which has tarn built from Irncana to Standard, will be placed in operation on.Tues- Aug. 1. I A mc'-'ting will be belli on Friday evening at eight o'clock at the office of M. Holt, Aeadia Hlock, for tile purpose of forming a Kennel Club in I.ethbricigc. All interested are in- vited to attend. C- F.ckstonu yesterday received a consignment of a couple hundred mor-'.' pairs of pigeons for tiic Dallas The first consignment received about two months ago, have increas- ed by two hundred and fifty pair, and Mr. Eckstorm says that he will soon have squabs ready for the market. liUSiiV'KSS LOCALS Zaraona, Violinist, Y. M. C. A. evening. 18H-3 Call (IGli. the Lcthbriilge Service foj: (juick inessnge and hag- delivery. Oiricft 327' Round St. 210-0 ona, Violinist, Y. M. C. .A- Friday evening. 180-3 Big Features at the Eureka lo- O-l'-RKKA. i Violinist, Y. M. C. A. Friday evening 189-3 Mr. 11. Cooper will sing the "Vet- eran at the Eureka tonight. Violinist, Y. M- C. A. Krid.u evening. 183-3 Zamona, Violinist, Y. M. C. A. Friday evening. 18D-3 315, Sixth St DON'T SWAT HT MOSQUITO All that you have to do to enjoy com- fort :tle. CKKAM These preparations have proved to be just what is re- mi i rod to keep away tbe Twenty-five cents at WILL USE 'PHONES ON ENTIRE SYSTEM Grand Trunk Proposes to Abandon Despatching by Telegraph Toronto, July is announced to The Globe by Mr. W. Ashiild, superintendent of G-rand Tnmk telc- .Montreal, last night at the Queen's Hotel, that the company would adopt in the near future tlio despatching of trains by telephone over its entire system displacing the telegraph for this purpose. The company has had two tele- phono circuits in operation during the past eighteen months and these have given entire satisfaction. These cir- IcnKs embrace the northern division with one despotcher. from North I to Burlington Junction via JAUemlale, a distance of 140 miles and the division from Allemhile to North Bay, a distance of 165 miles 'with one despaicher. T'je entire system of the railway totals above miles and the tele- phone despatching department will include 31 circuits. The same num- ber of.operatives will be required as in the present telegraph service. Mr. Ashald said that the telephone system was much superior to the telegraph and Inflexibility of operation it was considered m.uch safer. A round estimate of the cost of in- stalling t'he system and placing it in operation is a mile. This will bring the entire cost of installation for the system to around use copper metallic said Mr. Ashald, "having two wires of No. 9 gunge of hard ground cop- per. Each wire weighs 210 pounds per mile. ..It costs 75 per cent more than to instal, but the railways consider It so muoli superior to the telegraph that they readily 'adopt the telephone." A special tele- phone 'will be used. .Ur. Ashald also estimates that the telephone saves 50 per cent over the telegraph in issuing orders over the telephones die numerals are first given and then spelled out, as "two-three" for twenty-three and the names of towns are first pronounced and then spelled so that the possibil- ity of miyiakes is divided. This check cannot be obtainable by tele- graph. MEN'S SUMMER CLOTH- ING The Store family ond Chemlata and Day Telephone No. 322 Night Bell on Front Door KANSAS B0> PrtODIGY beautiful water scenes "A Winter's one of Shakespeare's famous plays was another intensely interest- ing subject. "The was I not only Interesting but was instruc- tive and educating and should he seen by every school girl and boy AT STARLAND Stariand management announces tliat it has just conipleied arrange- In the city. Mr. II. 'Cooper in Ills en- tire change last night received an- other outburst of applause, which goes to show how the theatre-goers in cms tlio leading Him change of America for ilie right of exhibiting their film products in this theatre. The netv service has coin- and irioiwles such well films as Kdson, Hlogrpph, I.ntnie, Vite- grapli and other wull This hoiiEo is now beinj; converted into OUR of t.ha most up to dale pho- to play theatres in the West and is of Ions continued of our city appreciate good singing when they" hear It. This, program be on tonight for the last time, so do SPECIAL STOCK TRAIN FOR LETHBRIDGE A sneelal stock train carrying ex- hlbition and race stock will leave Ed- was stmlymg civil engineonng. inmedintely after the close The boy, after completing his regu- ir, and run direct through to j jar college work, intendn to take up Will Enter University at 'ed Alphabet at 16 Months Topeka, Kan., July edu- cators in the Eastern States are mak- ing a close study of Uie Boston boy educational prodigy, who is a sopho- more at Harvard, the Kansas scholars also have a prodigy that is arousing considerable interest among teachers, lie is Llewellyn Lai Kure, of Law- nce, who will enter the sophomore year at tho University of Kansas next fall at 15 years, and will receive a degree from that institution before he Is IS, aud at the usual age for boys and girls to be entering the uni- versity. In seven years this boy has done all the common high school and fresh- man college work, his parents refused to allow him to attend school until he wan S years old, and he has done two years' ordinary school work every year except one. The boy mastered the alphabet at Ifi months, and could read, wiien he was two years old. At five he was reading for amusement the lighter I of Shakespeare, and at six he i The fine high celling aud perfect Lcthbridse. Those wishing to on this train t engineering. The father and mother p. O. BOX 270 324 SIXTH ST. S. SOD MAN DROWNED Saulte Ste. Marie, Mich., July While attempting to turn a launrli a- round In'tlie rtvor tonight, Lome Lam hort, of Saulte Ste. Slnrle, fell jut of the boat and drmvned, A standing on a dock, a few feet lamfly Hiojiln> "in Old Madrid." wnsi tally hurt when his jiutn crashed in-' ,llllRllti ran for a line, but retnrneU n piottv cumcdv ilrama pi-oduc- to a tplefiraph pole. Konr others were to find Lnmbert sunk from view. He by'the imp-Co, .bowing mine mostial.o hurt. 'jeavw wlf. iwo small children. AT THE EUREKA Another beautiful program ncjliiiinii ji i UK miii lam iiiiilil iil pouular (ii-niitc oi Monlrcal, was la i. liiii-i n-lii.ii liic nrasllpll 111 He is a rennis star, blit hati never aspired l.o be a major league hero. vMn.unt, L.I o...-. would not send their boy to echool, so Tho fine high ceiling and ,.crfect onco notify the C. P- H., or ventilation co.abitleil with tile mral tlie l.othhridgo Fair agent, who hinllhi- ia tnv vouncster accommodation ho found in tho I.ethbridge tent on the lad anj yonng.ter. crealn a theatre hoantifiil. oavo Kalr ground ah- :Thn electric exhaust fans arc kept ;om 22k cvculnB, A.usust 19. wcirklns overtime to keep tho theatre; Htralhcona ahout 24k. cool and it Is a pleaanre to spend i Arrivi? ('algary at noon Sunday; wa- a pleasant hour's recreation In Slar-jicr rtock; and I i.oavo Calgary ahont I ok. btmday. ___ I Arrive I.cllibrlilgn nhoiit 2k. Monday 'morning, Aimnst 21. GREATLY KKDUCED Koep cool during the Wiirm days of August by wearing one of iwo-pleco flannel suits in blue and gray, MEN'S 8THAW HATS A great assortment of. British nnil American Hats, 'imitation and' Genuine- Panamas. Prices raiiKlng from lo BOYS'-BTJSTEK' BROWN SUITS A line of print Bulls for the warm weather. Fast colors. Doing in neat stripes in Blue or Grey. Prices from BOYS' SAILOR HATS 50c, 75o, The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Trap Sbooters YQUR_ONLY CHANCE IMPERIAL SHELLS 80c per box SOVEREIGN AND REGAL 65c per box ARTHUR HAYR Assignee We lead I Coolest place in Lethbridge ROCHONBROS5 Men's Lunch.) I till I leinest plicl Uthbrldge., Peaches and cream. Vanilla ice cream. j CONFECTIONERS Quaker Bread it nice! You cat U ont-c. want it twice. how good It Is. GILMORE THE 1610 SECOND AVE. NORTH HOUSEHOLD SCALES Necessary in the Preserving Season. No guessing as to quantities. Necessary every clay. Ensure, getting correct weights when buying foe tli'c family table. The price will suit anyone. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER ST. ANO 4TH AVE., LETHBRIDGE. ;