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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Hotel Windsor Bett 11.25 a Dav 11.25 Day Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS to tto tort 4 Meet The Dallas Hotel to Stay WHEN IN LETH1RIDQE The 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. "Wins" Baier's larte offers you the largest selection, the finest and very latest .'finishes and designs, and. the prices (Duality considered) are Quite as low as any line .made. ;Allow us to figure on your requirements from plans and specifications. fw Mc'fwlh-Wimamt Ready Mixed Pairst. RETAIL REDPATH STREET ,1 'PHONE O. BOX 670 s special attention to mall orders OBOOK BARGAINS Just received a shipment of .Black Rock. i. ;Sky 'Pilot; Man, From Glengarry, Glengarry School Days .Prospector, and. JThe vBoctor, Regular ?1JJ5 Edition. Special 75c or 3 for .JWDSH'S JOOXSIOBf Ntw WWtn.y Black First door west Union Bank ftr UrwUrwotrf Pione 1265. Daring Experiment It is a daring experiment you trifle with your health. Don's procrastinate. your doctor about your ills. Be en the safe side. 'Bring your prescrip- tion to us. You then have all that modem science can give you to assist nature in your recovery. IIterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists B. R1P1H, Hgr. IFTHBilBBE SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearr lyj quarter of a. century.. Please the Dominion sta- have consideration for our employees by making-your ordinary purchases on. week days. On Sundays and Public Holi- day's we are open from 10 a.m. to-1 p.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. S 8 p.m For other urgent calls use phone 322 or Night Bell. 10. fflpbotiiam I BO.IM Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 oh Frjont Duor- KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST Choice Dairy Butter 30c Per !b. Choicest Creamery Bu-iter 35c Per ine Jacobs, of Minat, N. JD. -The wit- nesses were C. Ross Tare and Mrs. Ida Cleveland; The death of a prominent woman, well known in the west, othea Eliot, wife of Hon. J. C. Patter- son, ex-Lieutenant Goyernor. of -Mani- occurred in Ottawa Wednesday after a lingering illness since last nesday. Hon. Dr. Patterson is north in'the Arctic with Captain '.Ladies wishing to join a-class.-for hree months'. European travel. in September, may communicate rith Miss Smith, care Rev. Canon- Smith, London, Ont, or Miss Wilson -are Dr. G. H. Wilson, York .ondon, Ont.. .Chaperone with -six ears' experience of European travel; trained nurse in party. References ex- changed. CITY AND DISTRICT Aid. Robt. Sage left .this .afternoon to spend a couple of weeks' vacation at.BaiifL _-'.'' Mayor Adams and Alderman Hatch left yesterday afternoon to spend a couple of days in tie mountains. J-. H- Fleetwbod is spending, to-day and to-morrow fishing near Elko, B.C. _ W.-C. Simmons left for Toronto on a business trip .last night. He -will be away sabout ten days. "Liberty" is the name of a. new post office on the section 30, Tp. 19, Range 20, west of -1th M., and Wm. J. .Burns is the postmaster. -THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy............. 66 4i Calgary, -74 48 j fair -S3-, 5i- Fine weather has continued over the prairie provinces with moderate tem- peratures. No rain reported. FORECAST Western Provinces' Fair and moderately and Sundav: Charles F. Harris; of Macleod, for- merly in the law business in this few _ A. Magrath, M.P., is paying a visit to Bowviile to-day. G-. P. Ashe, of Coutts, and Dr Pinhom, the Dominion government in for a veterinary at Wild Horse Lake, are' Festerday afternoon, in the city to-day. Dr. P. M. Campbell and Rev. A. M. {Gordon returned yesterday afternoon annual camp of! from attending the the Alpine Club of The J. B. Lussier Construction Co. have the contract for twelve four-' roomed frame houses to be erected at- Frank i0r t-he Frank Coal Co. H. A. Dorman and Mrs. Dorman, of Seattle, are in the city today, having come down from -the north, last night. The J.. E. Lussier Construction Co. Ltd., have secured the services of A. M. Foster, of Chicago, a civil engi- neer with twenty years' experience in building construction to superintend f the many jobs the company has hand in Lethbridge. Fred A. Estey and W. -P. T-erney, of Nelson, E. C., are in the city pur- chasing horses for shipment into the neighboring province. Buchanan returned yesterday from Winnipeg. In Com- pany with J. H. Woods of the Cal- tgary Herald and W. M. Davidson, of the Calgary Alberta, he made the return trip by t-he G-.T.P. to Edmon- ton. CHURCH SERVICES Church" of. St. Maiy's Sunday, Holy Eucharist 9.30 Sunday- school 3 p.m. Choral -evensong 7.30. Wednesdays and .Fridays choral even- song Also on AH Saints days. St. -Andrew's (Presbyterian) The usual church .services in connection with St. Andrew's-'church will be he-Id at Bedding's Hall, on McKay street Rev. W. W. Brydeir, pastor. St. Cyprian's ser- vice 11 a.m. Sunday, school ancfeAdult Bible class at 3 p.m. Public Baptism at 4 pjn. Evensong at 7.30. Commun- ion.-first and third Sundays of month at ajn. and on -the second and fourth Sundays at the 11 o'clock ser- vice. Rev. W. V. McMillen, rector. The new church, it is expected., will j be completed about Septemb-er 1st R. switchman, a a repair track got caught -between two cars and was ba-dly crushed. He the St Boniface 011 jit is reported he will recover. Thos. Heaton the five months' old HAT LADY bo ot Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hea- I D.ED TH S MORNING Walter Taylor, oi High River, spending the holidays at the home his Sec. Tanor, 4, ion. died yesterday. The funeral is being held this afternoon to the pub- lie cemetery, the arrangements -being j the direction of" T. S. Fetterly and Rev. T. P. perry oi Wesley church officiating. The f OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square 2eal is one that we a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for YOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you the best of everything at the best 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 Mud, don't fail to come in and get our prices. XUAV 5 oji our prices. If we can't show you the advantage in buy- Ing here, then don't buy from us. Rogers-Cunningham lumber Company, limited ACAD1A BLOCK North Yard, Sit Ytrt, .un-der the, direction of T. S. Fetterly j of Margaret Ramsey, the nine months j old child of Mr. and Mrs.- Peter Ram- jsey, of this city, who died on Thurs- jdar. Burial took place at the public cemetery, Capt. Adams of the Salva- tios Army officiating. Sacred to The Memory of Bugs and Flies .Medicine Hat, .July Jas. Rae died here This morning. Srates Jfnct STREET BAPTIST CHAP- school at At .-four Rev. A. J. Prosser will begin a series of plain -talks on "City Perils." On this occasion "The. segregated district and our citizens" will be considered. The men of the North Ward :are especially invited to be present ..CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Services held in the, K. P. hall Sundays at 11 o'clock. Subject Love. Golden text: He shall feed His flock like a shep- ard; He shall gather the lambs with his arm. and carry them in His bos- om, and shall gently lead those that are iwi'th young. CHURCH OF CHRIST (Disciples of on Lord's day in the Labor Hall, Glyn street. Breaking bread ac 11 Gospel' meeting at 7.SO p.m. Speaker, Mr. D. Allan, of Scotland. Subject, exalted Sa- viour's message.' ST. AUGUSTIN'S (ANGLICAN) communion 8.30 a.m. Morning prayer with sermon 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. _' Evening prayer with sermon 7.30 p.m. (Holy Communion at 11 on first Sunday in, the Rev. J. E. Murrell-Wright, M.A., rec- tor. ST. PATRICK'S (ROMAN CATH- mass at 8 a.m. with communion. Children's mass -at 3.30 a.m. High mass at 11 a.m. Sunday 1 school at 3 p.m. Evening service at pjn.- Tie C. T. CJ. meet every firsthand third Sunday at 4 p.m. in the basement ot the convent. The Ladies' Altar Society meets every second Sunday in the month at 4 p. ni. in the convent. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH L Provinces _Tfle usual services .will be held at warm, to-day u a.m. and T.30-p.m: Rev T_ Perry, the pastor, "-will officiate at both. His morning subject will be, and evening, "T-he Two Ways." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rev. A. J. Public wor- ship and preaching at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning subject, "Jesus in" a-Crowd." Evening subject, "Alone with Jesus." Sunday school and adult-Bible class at 3 p.m. Every- bodr welcome. :'K2v'OX CHTMCH (PRSEBYTBR- usual services -at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. Gordon ill preach. The pastor, Rev, A. A. L-ytle will preach at both services. Morning subject: "John the Baptist" Evening .subject: "Character Sunday School and Bible Class ait three o'clock. BUILDING RECORD FOR JULY IS GOOD General Operation are Better Than Same Month Last Year Twenty-eight permits to build "have been issued by Building ..Inspector Meech during the month of July, the total of. which is While' on the face, this showing does not appear as good as the figures for the corre- sponding month in 1909, it really shows that "D.uilding" conditions are, if anything, slightly better this year than they -were last. The July returns last year were made much higher 'than any" other summer month's returns by. the inser- tion of for .the new city power station house which had been started some months previously but for which, no permit up till then had been taken out. Without this dtem the total of building per- mits in July, 1909, was or 543 less than the total value for the current raonih. The total value in July 1909, including the ?50.000 item was SEE OUR WINDOWS for the new HEAT PROOF PURITAN WARE Every Piece is GUARANTEED UNBREAKABLE FROM HEAT and NOT TO BURN THE CONTENTS tieictt DuffeHn Streets We Ship oiit of Town Daily til Bug Poison Insect Powder Johnston Prescription Druggists Constipation b the root of many forms of and of an endless amount of human misery. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, thoroughly tested by over fifty years of use, have been proved a safe and certain cure for constipation, and all kindred troubles. Try them. 4 25c.abox. WILD TIME AT COLUMBUS Ohio, July run of 'the Lincoln" National Bank of which the manager is E. K. Site'warr- a Columbus Railway and Light Co. dsieeior, started today by the striking employees, 'who say ibey will tie up Columbus concerns so that the railway company will have to acceed to their-demands. Rioting broke out with the resumption of the traction service here -today following the call- ing out of the troops early yesterday morning. Shots have been exchanged by rioters and strike breakers and a dozen victims are an hospitals. The Chef Cafe Eeg'iilar board by week No charge, for'-side orders.. (rood serv- ice guaranteed.1 COULTER. PROP. TOO LATE CLASSIFICATION and wife to work on dairy farm near Lethbridge. Apply F. H. Cox, .34 Argyle avenue, P 0 Box 80, phon'e 1065. 194.3 TO furnished room for gentlemen, modern house, telephone etc. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 194-0 position as miner with -fire boss papers for Alberta. Apply Box 40, Herald office. 194.5 buy a second hand bug- gy. Apply 1202 Ford St. 194-2 J. W. Martin, Inspector of Domin- ion Land offices, is in the city. CARD OF TiHANKS The executive of the Wesley Church, Sunday school wish to publicly thank- Conductor Breckenridge and the mem- bers of the engine and. train crew for the vigilance and care displayed in the transportation of the annual pic- nic to Crow's Nest yesterday. On behalf of the Committee, W. Supt. S EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COUNTER SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICE CREAM APTEPJVOON TEAS Special lunches and dinners served at'meal tours. Give us a trial. Quick service. Sr our Srate Jfome Stafford-Agnew Co. WEAR OVERALLS OF QUALITY OUR BIG OFFER SPECIAL POINTS I. The material is selected stock and blues are guaranteed indigo. II. The workmanship is done union labor and .every garment is Inspected by an "expert before passing into stock. RETURN TO US from Walker's 1 raiiumen-s Overalls and we will give you a new pair free of charge. OUR GUARANTEE I0c for T every button tnat coines off and 25c for every rip within 30 days of purchase. SPECIAL POINTS TTT TTjii _ JSnt5 at IV. The buttons are the. very latest in- vention m buttons, a button selected after conceivable test in comparison FOR SALE ONLY BY THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. S ;