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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta E TO Ac TKAINi Hotel Wiudior Bay Hottl In Albwti The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN '.LETHiHtMH The Dallas -Hitek. the ind Unt to SUy It scciiis like a waste of good .space to ad- vertise this department, for our customers arc attending to that for us in great shape. HOWEVER wo have so many beautiful tilings in slock that we hate to think that anyone might miss knowing about them. DAG-DAGS, AXMINSTERS, WILTONS, VELVETS, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRYS, AND INGRAINS In all their beautiful shades and colorings. Patterns to suit nil taste's and prices to suit all purses. We can't begin -to tell you About this part of our stock, it simply has us beaten to describe it. You must see it for yourself. Small mats to match the rugs if you want them. Inlaid and Stamped what's the use, just come in and spend an hour with us, it will be well worth while. Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE SPORTING GOODS FOOTBALLS to CROOUET SETS...... BASEBALL. for the and the professional. TENNIS makes of balls. Slazinger, Wright and .Dkson and C. D. B. racquets. weaves and good colors, well finished with balance and pillows: to Fiction and Magazines----- ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY (LOCK KIUT BOOR Of UNION BANK. 1tlk AGENTS FOR EMPIRE ANC UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER! For Your Vacation Trip Tnke a fresh box of lEcConkcy'a Chocol- ates from tlic FBAXK HEDLEY, DRUG CO. We guarantee onr stock io be perfectly fresh and price to suit every pocket. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SUCCESSORS TO ALBERTA DRUG CO. Have Comfortable Feet Summer time always brings, additional foot trouble, through chafing, heating and excessive perspiration. Foot abrasions are extremely dangerous, ae they are susceptible to infection. Most of your foot trobules can be avoided by the uee cC XYAL'S EAS-EM A powder that has healing, soothing properties. Takes the odor out of perspiration, renders your .more comfortable and talking more enjoyable. 25 cents the can, JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION BLOCK. PHVNI 1ML HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRICE" BEER H Is simply cooling and refrculiliig theee blistering hot days. Pure healthful and good for you. Have you U'ied our Assorted SodftB? They are real nifty beverages, with the right fla- vor. Everybody's drinking them, why not you? Let us have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- ing Malting Co. Ltd. PHONE 554 Plumbers'and Steam Fitters' Supplies STRICTLY SOLDtH WIPING IOLDER CAULKING LEAD 'PIPE OAKUM, WASTE H-O CEMENTS PIPE-COVERING LEAK-NO. CEMENT WOOL AND HAIR FELTS Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. p. o. .eax M1-403 2nd t. PHONE Ml Fruit for Preserving BLUEBERRIES nve now nt their best HIM) is to presorvo them. oo> Price RHUBARB, oxtra special for a tow diiys only, price 25 pounds Tor............ RED RASPBERRIES; Ihe season is almost ovur, but a aiv still nrriving daily. djo Price per crate................... f U APRICOTS from Washington. This week will see ihc finish of these. Prlca por Tour baskets................ PEACH PLUMS, a largo red variety, Price per crate..................... .p-itUif per caso DEWBERRIES, Prico per crate We are still taking orders for a few Currants and Sour Cherries. Only a few arriving oc- casionally, go place your orders early 1C you want any. The lowest market price charged. PHONES: Grocery Dept WMoitialc Dept. Ice Cream Dept. 627, THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CtASS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFEGT'.tNIHY WHOLESALE t, RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. S2S. WhoUialc Dipt. 1271, Jef Cream Dept. WEATHER 78 Edmonton Red Urcr U black-oil 85 Lethbridge 51 92 Medicine Hat Moose Jaw..................... SB Saskatoon 78 Regina. i........................... SO 55 Winnipeg 78 5-1 Kamloops SR 5-i Nelson......................... S7 50 Fine and warm) weather has prevail- ed over the prairie provinces. No rain FORECAST Western Provinces Fine and warm today and oMVedjjs- dav. CITY AND DISTRICT C. Little has taken out a permit for a J200 addition to 'his residence. The funeral ot Frank North, who was accidentally killed _hy a powder I explosion at Magrath last week, took place this afternoon at 4.30 from. FcU I terly's undertaking parlors to the 'public cemetery. The Her, T. P. i (Pony of Wesley conducted the obsequies. The Exhibition Board liuve secured from Bulniau Bros, of Winnipeg, sev- eral hundred of the finest hangers ad- vertising the exhibition which have.. ever been issued by the fair manage- i (inent. The hangers show, a bird's eye I view of the exhibition grounds arid j J buildings, white in a separate portion 'at the bottom is a fine reproduction I i of the new entrance gate. The 'hanger i is a credit to the management, and will attract, wide'attention. Yesterday afternoon between (our and five o'clock as a team belonging to the Western Transfer Co. was j turning the corner south on to Round street coming from Campbell Wilson j Home's warehouse, a box fell from j the wagon. The horses became scared and made a only to he stopped when they reached'the Alexandra ho- tel. Xo seriousi damage was', done beyond the scattering a .quaaiity of merchandise on the street. C. J, Kckstorm. always has some- j thing new to spring on the public in (connection with the Dallas Farm- iThe latest, scheme is to add .to his j collection there a half dozen -trained ferrets. These' have been ordered and will be here in a few Eck- storm intends to have a; gopher catching match when they arrh'e. A party will be made up and evenly di- We Will Be Moving Soon We have several things WQ want to clear out. TEASETS, BERRY SETS, SALAD BOWLS, CREAMS, AND SUGARS .They are all marked at Rock Bottom prices. It will pay you -to see them at once. outo WINDOWS 315; Sixth NINE CONVENTIONS WILL BE HELD Requisites for Preserving Paiclimcut Paper Paiaffine Paper Corks (all sizes) Jar Bmgs Etc Etc- J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store CITY AND DISTRICT vided, and .prizes hung up for the side bringing in the largest'number pMhe pest. Ferrets arc war on gophers any time. The heavy rains of July have pleas- ed more than the farmers. Those of the citizens who have been 'giving, practical demonstrations' of how to mate I.ethhridgc beautiful arc busy showing their friends the riol- 01 col- or in their gardens... Sv.'eefc, peas are the favorites among the -flowers, and it is safe to say that- Lethhridge can outstrip any cifcy; in tho west in the size and color of sweet pea blossoms. A stroll through the cast end .of the city will convince anyone of that fact." A few of the faithful.are Urging the inauguration of a sweet pea carnival to advertise to the world, that.I-eth-1 bridge can prow something besides Frank Waddihgtoni of the Loth- bridge Real Estate Market, left, yes- wheat. Portland has its rose carnival I and Spokane its apple show. Leth- has' a good opportunity, to es- tablish an annual event which would make a name for the city. terday afternoon on a business trip to Winnipej J. M. the News reportor- ial stait, left for his home yesterday at Hamilton, where'he .will ate for some .lime-OR account of ill- ness. Work on the new Dominion block fast approach ing' The plaster work has been completed and carpenters are now busily engag- ed putting on the finishing'. touches. Owing to the absence of Gco. Mo I.eod, one of. the complainants in the McGregor forgery cases, from the city, the I'.rellminary hearing has been postponed'until his return.' A computer which "is almost human in its accomplishments has been add- ed to the assessment department at the city Tt is heing freely used j these daycMn -L A LIST OF THE MEN WHO WILL CONDUCT THE DIFFERENT SECTIONS Only a very few people seem as yet able to realize tho actual magni- tude of the luteruationiil Dry Fjinning Congress which will hold Its seventh annual session here in October. The announcement that a convention hall which would seat 2500 people has given some idea of the size of the umin convention, but it is not know to many that there are nine tils tine sections of the congress, each wit its own president and secretary, an each holding its own separate 'meet ings during the congress. Each sec, Uon requires a ball for its meeting so it an ay be seen that the accomruc elation committee has no easy task 01 its hands in providing -for each, tt meet. Here is Jthe complete list of officer: of each section who will be here dui ing the congress, week: Crops and Chairman, Prt lessor Alfred Atkinson, Montana, Ag riciiltural College, Bazeman. Monti secretary. Prof, p; D. Farrell, Bureai of Plant Industry, Department of Ag riculture, Washington, D. C. Livestock and Prof. Ed. -H. -Webster. Dean Karieni Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kan secretary, Prof, J.'H. Sheppard, Deal North Dakota Agricultural College Agricultural College, N.-D. Farm Jas Murray, Suffi-eld, Alta.; Secretary Prof, Ed. Hi Watson, Cheyenne, Wyo j Scientific in Pro- I foasor R. W. Thatcher, Director Wash iugtoii" State Agricultural College Ex periment Station, Pullman, "Wash, secretary, Prof, F. J. Alway, Nebraska Agricultural'College, Lincoln, Neb. Agricultural Colleges and Experi- mental 'Stations (International Con t Dr. Charles A I Lory, President Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colo.; secretary, Prof. E. A. Burnett, Dean Nebraska Agricultural College, Lincoln, Neb. Rural Homes (International Con- rtf TPRran Mrs, Byrtha L. Stavert, Winnipeg, Man.; secretary, Mrs. Eileauor D. Burns, Lethbridge, Alta. Agricultural Chairman, Charles G. United States For- ester, Denver, Colo.; secretary, Chas. A; Scott, Kansas State Forester, Man- hattan, Kan. Soil, Tillage Methods and Machin- H, M. Baiiier, Amar- illo, Texas; secretary. Prof. A. M. McOmie, University of Arizona, Tuc- son, Ariz. Agricultural Chairman, Dr. J. H. Connell, president Oklahoma Agricultural and -Mechanical College, Okla.; secretary, Prof. E. J. Iddings, Idaho Agricultural College, Moscow, Idaho. BUSINESS LOCALS For quick phooe Uex Clicar Store. tice.s v.rhich. arc already hfflng pre- pared for .mailing. Kugenc and .Frank Coste i no Na- tural; Gas Co., arrived in the ami will spend sonic; time in this jTsllict in connection with the work uf iiig (he city. President Costc stales that an office o( the company will bu Phone 11G7. For high class French dry cleaning phont: .17't, the C'rown Cleaners. 178-0 Phono 666 the Mcsscngbr Service for prompt message and baggage delivery. H. 'K. Hrowning, expert jiiano tuner and repair Witti Mason A Risch, IM, Phone Private sale of household furniture IM {opened herd shortly, wilier, etc. at 0260 (ill) Avc., S., new and BARRED OUT ASCOT ADVENTURERS London, July Week will open today, and, according to tho nirmlngham Post, the King and Queen are determined to prevent a. repetition of thO; Agcol Royil Oliclo- sure tlekol .scandal, and have issued orders that- none of. those connected with it are to ihe Royal at to 195-i any'future court funetioi. FORESTRY CONVENTION .IN VICTORIA Ottawa, July annual con- vention of the Canadian Forestry Association, for the first time since 1906, is to be held, this year on.--1 the Pacific the place being Vic- toria and the dates Sept. 4, 5 and G. Mr. James Lawler, of Ottawa, secrer tary of the association, has just re- turned from the coast where arrange- ments are now well under way for the meeting. In .addition a number of prominent men interested'in forest conservation in the eas-t, both lumber- men and others, have signified their Intention of being present! The rail- ways have granted special low rates to delegates, and as the subjects dis- cussed will bo of importance to a parts of Canada, it is expected there will be a large attendance. A num- ber ot well known forest engineers and lumbermen from the United States will also attend. TO END LYING OF THE JEHUS Montreal, July Montreal cab drivers, who are famoui among tourists for their Inventiveness, arc about to be robbed of some of their stock in trade. Two cannon foot of the Macdonald statue In Do- minion the Johns have long pointed out to American visit- ors us trophies captured, by FVench- Cunadiani In the War of..1813. will be .correctly labelled by the city as Ruialan guns taken during the Orlm- tun war, to prevent further dwelt. Harvest Tools Alfalfa Forks Four tine, Strap Ferrules Bundle Forks 75c. Strap Ferrules, Bent Handles Grass Scythes Grass Snaths Scythe Stones Grindstones 75c. 90c. lOc. Mounted Stafford-Agnew Co; "If you live out ol town, write us." When using-paints apply; the best. Minerva Pure Prepared Paint For exterior and interior use, has a record of seventy-eight years. i, Goes Farthest, Wears longest, Ho Cracking, No-Fading The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER AND 4TH AVE. LETHBRID8E. SOME PAINT AINT- Wky? It Won't Peal Off! Sole Agents PHONE 471 POST OFFICE 3OX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from ttw. Reylo Co., it's (lie answer. Samples and Estimates furi'islicd prompt l.i. The Revlo Co. and Avenue South li V, ;