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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO Ai TRAIN! Hotel 11.21 Day Hotll In The Lethbridge Daily Herald 'WHEN IN LETHBIUDM 'The Dallas Hotel li th< Bust Molt Cr.min- Unt Flint to SUy Tt seems like a waste oi: good space to nd- vcrtise this department, for our easterners are attending to thai for us in great shape. HOWEVER have so many beautiful thinss 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 Buit all taste's and prices to suit all purses. We can't begin to tell you about this part of our stock. It simply .us beaten, to describe it. You must see it for yourself. Small mats io 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 he well worth while. Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. MORRIS THEATRE FOOTBALLS ....................52-00 to 56.00 CROQUET SETS BASEBALL. for the and the professional. TENNIS makes of balls. Slazinger, Wright and Ditsou and C. D. B. racquets. weaves and good colors, well finished -with balance and to S8.00 ------Latest Fiction and Magazines------ ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK rtRST DOOR WEST OF ONION BANK. im AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD Don't Cut Your Corn take on trimming a corn with a knife, von uiaj looso jour whole foot through blood poisoning caused by a slight cut. Now ihe sensible thing to do is to get a -bottle of Medley's Liquid Corn Cure H will do wanders in removing a corn and it is guaranteed or your money back. Price 26c per bottle at 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, as they are susceptible to Infection, Most of your foot trobulcs can be avoided by the use of NYAL'S EAS-EM A- powder that has soothing properties. Takes the odor out of perspinition, renders your "-shoes more comfortable and more enjoyable. 25 cents the can. JACKSON CO. ILOCK. PHONI EXTRA FINE KENORA BLUEBERRIES ARE NOW ARRIVING DAILY P1MCE 1'Elt BASKET S3.00 FlilCE. 2 I'Ol'NDS FOU from WaBhiugton aiiil DrUIsh Columbia.' We will do our best to fill any orders tlint may como in from now on. Orders Taken for Ulai-U Currants Dewberries and Sour Cherries, Washington Sour Cherries, -0 PHONES: Grocery Oept. Wholesale Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECT'.ONEBt WHOLESALE RETAIL PHONESI Grocery Dept. Wholtule Dipt. 1271< Ice Creim 627. CITY ANP DISTRICT people Nest, SPORTING GOODS We Will Be Moving Soon We have several-things we want to clear out. TEASETS, BERRY SETS, SALAD BOWLS, CREAMS, AND SUGARS They are all marked at Rock Bottom prices. If will pay you to see them at once. HAVE A OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" .BEER If. Is. simply cooling aTid refreshing these blistering Iiot days. Pure healthful and good you. Have you iried our Assorted Sodas? They arc real nifty beverages, with the right fla- vor. Everybody's drinking- them, why not you? Let have your order. The Lethbridge Brew- Malting Co. Ltd. Quite a number of local spent the week end at Crow visiting the mountains. Tlios. A. I'ndenvoori, of Sask., is in tlie city today, on his return journey from a 'holiday at tlie coast. The fishing license was stateil in error to be 'S2. Mr. Withers, game warden, informs the Herald that it :is SI.00. Mike Katun, the six weeds' old in- fant of and Mrs. George Katau, I of StafTordville, died in the city yi-s- j ii-rday and was buried this afternoon i in the old public cemetery. Sixteen handsonre cups ior competi- tion at the coming Lethbridge Ex- ihibition are on view today in the window of K. A. Kwart's .Jewelry 'store on Fifth street. The trophies are of chaste design and are-aUract- j ing much attention. Sam Ibortier, of Stratford, Out., fa former well known business man of JLctlibridgc, is in the'city looking af- j ter business interests. Mr. Homer is greatly pleased with the progress of i'the pity and the substantial clmrac- ter oi investments here. The city has a ehaitee io sell the woollen mill machinery. A j man representing a large ivoollen j concern, lias been in the city for some taking in in ventory of the stock, and will likelv make the citv an offer within a cou- plf of days S. B. Mitt-hell has received word that the Donaldson1 liner Athenian was due to arrive at Quebec today Lethbridge passengers will arrive 'Aug. 2. The Allan liner Hesperian. from Glasgow, was reported as due to arrive at Quebec yesterday. I.ctb bridge pass ngrrs should ica'h Lere Aug. 1st and 2nd. The death took place in the eitv ycsterday afternoon of Ruth Douglas Cameron, aged nine months, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Husrh Cam- eron, of 305 7th Ave.. A., south. The funeral w.ill be held on Wednesday to it-he public cemeterr. Rev. A. G. Cameron will be m chirgc of the obsequies. Burdett district is growing this year the first crop of winter wheat yet grown in that district. ,lohn JIuisnian holds the honor for intro. diicing the crop .into, the rich .Durdett district, and the seems to have beenj i d stmcfc success Mr JIuisnian commence J Julv 25th, and (he crop will be ;i fine yield. The Burdett district expects to grow a large acreage oi winter wheat next year. Flax, oats and spring wheat are also in excellent condition around Burdett. Application has just- been made to join the Army Veterans Corps hero hy .Serst.-M.iior' Thomas 'Maxwell Booth, V.C iau- oi the RmV Rova'j Criggms Macleod Mis F.iud John Dragoons. Mr Pooth is i resident oi son Colemin D Milltr, Montreal Fire Proof Roofing Three Ply Brooks Brand An all aabftttas and ft'mhiili three plv roofing. Will not run under eitreme froip extreme cold." The White Top wqatbcr gun's rays and building cool in Hummer. Neotfs no faint-anti la permanently durable. .Can be put on by snyone. CARRIED, IN STOCK L Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. 40140) 2nd Avi. S. Poultry Wants GROUND'BONE i OYSTER SHELL CHARCOAL INTERNATIONAL. DR. HESS' PANACEA LOUSE; KILLER Take a look the in Olll windov, J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store COWLEY Coulej Julv polo team arrived gome Friday night from "Win- nipeg. Although they ought io have the swelled head they are accepting congratulations verv modestly The tennis club hall on Friday night wis a decided success some fitly couples being "present.. Among the visitors were Messrs. Harold Jackson. G-. H. Van Dusen and Har- Hinton. Pinciicr Creek Cliarlcs WESTMINSTER'S ANNIVERSARY REV. MR. HUGHSON HEARTILY RECEIVED BY MANY OLD- TIME FRIENDS At Westminster Methodist Church yesterday tlic anniversary or" Ihe church wus celebrated, and the day was one which will Ions he remember- ed hy the members :iml friends of the -congregation. Hev. .1. K. llughson. I pastor at McDoucall Methodist church Edmoiitou, and former pastor of church here, in the days when Lethbridge was not, so much of a city as now, conducted the services, and the announcement that he would preach was sufficient to draw large audiences at both services. tn tbe morning service, Kev. ilr. Hughsou took as a text tlie time-worn verse, "For what shall it profit a man if lie gain the whole world, and lose his own sonl: or what shall a man give iu exchange for his soul." Tlie speaker placed a slightly dif- ferent construction on his text than is generally accepted, :uul showed how the world should be gained by mak- ins it add to mental, physical, I and tba spiritual welfare of the man. j In that case the man gets the world, not tlie world the man, and the result I is that 'ihe man's soul is benefited. I But too often, in striving for world- i ly tilings, the rnati forgets that he is strengthened only as. he makes -the world serve die purpose of giving him a stronger character. is that the soul beco nes impoverished, and j as the years go by ".that man's sou! is lost. In drawing the practical everyday lesson 'from; ihe text, Hcv. -Mr. Hugh- son referred in glowing terms to the work oft tho church in. the West in. its relation to the soul of. the community. He believed that the church was the greuest factor in the upbuilding of the gieat nation on tho plains, and made tbe statement that if all the churches in tho .city, .were removed, the .value of real estate would drop and'that commodity soonl. become a drug on the -market. He also be- lieved that if people only realised this, there would 'be more'.spontane- ous response to the appeals for aid which go out from the churches which are being built up in the new land. In the evening service the church was .full to overflowing, and the re- iult of the dij s services is that West- minster Church will be relieved of a large portion of its load, of: debt this fall the appeal for iid meeting with a most hearty response both moron- ing and evening. This memng Mr. Hughson will ueliier a lecture on "Canada in the Twentieth in Westminster Church, and his old time friends south of the track are cordially invited to Represent. The choir j esterday, under the lead erehlp of Mrs! .1. Alexander, add ed-much to 'the brightness o-f the ser- vice. Lethbridre. h.ivint lattlv been con- nected with the TCn.'pire Shootinggal- lery on Fifth -el He was, attach ed to his regiment for twc'ivc ycar- and has seen six and a half vcars' active service in Afghanistan, the In- dian frontier, and also in. British Uur- malr. Mr. Booth possesses three mcd als, four bars and that coveted p of the British army, namelv. the Victoria Douglas Cameron. age nine months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cameron. .105 Brim- '.on street.. Funeral on Wednesday, 3.30 p.m. Friends pl-sasc accept this intimation. Mr. and Mrs. Dunsmore, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knijdit, Dr.. Johnston, and Misses Harrison and. Deam, from Lundbreck. and Mr. L. Wcrelcy and (_ Richirdson I rank An unknown man was found in the South Fork river near the canyon this week. Every year, this river claims a victim. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tustian turned home Fridav from their honey moon and have settled in their homo on Nanlon street 1'. J. Hiddcll is having a large bal- conv built on the iront of his resi- dence. It is rumored that the River base- ball team arc kicking at the deal handed I hem :il the ball game Tuesday -night: Mr. Morrison has act- ed as "his limps" several'games here and everyone .knows he uses the. filirenl of judgment. It is thought thai the Kiver biinch are sore at high class French dry cleaning gct'line and do not want to tlie Crown Cleaners. 178-0, have tlic loss credited to the supcr- Plionc CCli the Messenger Service for I ior playing of tlic 't'owiey boys. -If prompt message, and baggage delivery, it Is-truc; they are''offering wafers it: II. 'K. drowning, expert piano tuner and repair With Mason Kiscit, Ltd. Fkilt 791, J91-6 BUSINESS LOCALS For baggage servlco, 470. Rex Clear Store. .1. Q. I.e.TilhcUcr, sign writer, etc! Phone 1167. nj.'o would he jidvisablc for them to come, forward, as all money will readily covered by, backers of itie local team. FIVE MILLIONS IN NEW BUILDINGS Vancouver to Have Great Activity In Near Future Vancouver, July erection of over five million dollars' worth oE new 'buildings is proposed in :the im- mediate future. The programme in- cludes one of fifteen stories, to cost three ten stories, to cost one nine-storey building, costing two of eight stories costing three, four-storey structures, costing the Van- couver Club. V. M. C. A.. B. 0. Bible Society, 000: and a school coating a police station costing an hotel, value Girls' 'Homo, Anglican church, a Jletliodlst church, and a viaduct to cost HIS SHOULDER BROKEN Ouelph, ..Inly unfortunate accident occurred on tho farm of Mr. llcasloy, Krnmosa. While the latter and ii hired man were at work load- Ing hay In the Held, Mr. Heasloy being on top .of the loud, tho hired man started the horses, which caused the wagon to jerk, throwing Mr. Heasley to 111? ground, breaking his shoulder. Harvest Tools Alfalfa Forks Four tine, Strap Ferrules Bundle Forks 75c. Strap Ferrules, Bent Handles Grass Scythes 75c. Grass Snaths 90c. Scythe Stones 1 Oc. Grindstones Mounted i Stafford-Agnew Co. ''If you live out of 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; Goes farthest, Wears Longest, Jo Wing, No Fading The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 8T. AND'4TH XVE. LtTHBRIDGt SOME PAINT AINT- Why? It Won't Peal Off! Sole Agents PHONE POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION -A If you buy your Wall Papers front the Uevlo Co'., it's tlic'answer..'-- -Samples ami Estimates inrnishcd The Revlo Co. Palntert md Decorators Avenue South ;