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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I* MWB �US TO Aw TWAINS g Hotel Windsor n> Be* fl^S a Day Hottl In JD Alberta  Tfie Lethbridge Daily Herald �> WHEN IN LETMB��00�  The Dallas HotM J  If the Beat and Most Ccflveik   ient Place to Stay  '9 Carpet Squares Rugs and Linoleums and Oilcloths It seems like a waste or' good spa.ee to advertise this department, for our customers are attending to that for us in great, shape. HOWEVER we have so many beautiful things in stock that we hate to think that anyone might miss knowing about them. ORIENTALS, DAG-DAGS. AXMINSTERS, WILTONS. VELVETS, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRYS, AND INGRAINS In alt 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 Linoleums-But 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 Fruit for Preserving BLUEBERRIES are now at their best ami thi� week is the time to preserve them. jU.> Price pev basket .................... RHUBARB, extra special for a few days only, price 2o pounds for ............ *' * RED RASPBERRIES; the season is almost over, bt>i ;i few mo still arriving daily. Price per cr.ite................. APRICOTS from Washington. This week will see the finish of these. Price per . tttJ^J,) crate. Tour baskets................ T * * PEACH PLUMS, a large red variety, $1.05 Price per crate.................... PEACHES-Price per case ...........$1.05 $�5.�5 DEWBERRIES, Price per en ....... $4.25 We are still taking orders for a few- I31ack Currants and Sour Cherries. Only a few arriving occasionally, so place your orders early if you want any. The lowest market, price charged. THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLAM GROCER* 161 CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECT'.�NiHT WHOLESALE * RETAIL PHONES: Grocery Dept. 625. Wnoiewle Dept. 1271. Ice Cream Dept. 627. PHONES: Grocery Dept. S2B. Wholesale Dept. 1271. lee Cream Dept. 18/. WEATHER 92 SPORTING GOODS FOOTBALLS ....................$2.00 to $6.00 CROQUET SETS .................$1.50 to $3.00 BASEBALL GOODS-Everything for the kiddles-the amateur- and the professional. TENNIS GOODS-Standard makes of balls. Slazrager, Wright and Ditson and C. D. B. racquets. HAMMOCKS-Strong weaves and good colors, well finished with balance and pillows..........................$1.75 to $8.00 -Latest Fiction and Magazines- ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK ftRVT DOOR WF.IT OF UNION BANK. PHONE ItH AQENTS) FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER* Edmonton ...................... 78 5* Red Deer ..................... 415 Maeleod ........................ 85 46 Lethbridge ..................... 84 4fi Medicine Hat ............ Moose Jaw f................. Saskatoon .................. Regina ^........................ Winnipeg ..................... Kamloops.................. Nelson ...................... Fine and warmi weather has prevailed over the prairie provinces. No rain reported. FORECAST : West-era Provinces - Fine and warm today an,d on. Wed.i.-s-day. 8R at 73 54 80 55 7fi 51 88 54 87 50 CITY ANF> DISTRICT | For Your Vacation Trip Take a fresh box of McConkey'.s Chocolates from the FRANK HEDLEY. DRUG CO. We guarantee onr stock to 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, as they are susceptible to infection. Most of your foot trobules can be avoided by the use of JVYAL'S EAS-EM A powder that has healing, soothing properties. Takes the fodor out of perspiration, renders your -shoes more comfortable and �walking more enjoyable. 25 cents the can. JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK. RHONE 1M*> r HAVE A GLASS OF OUR "ALBERTA'S PRICE" BEER It Is simply delicious-so cooling and refreshing theee blistering hot days. Pure healthful and good for you. Have you tried our A.ssorteri Sodas? They are real nifty beverages, with the right flavor. Everybody's drinking them, why not you? Let us have your order. The Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Co. Ltd. PHONE 554 C. Little has taken out a permit for a $200 addition to his residence. The funeral ot Frank North, who was accidentally killed by a powder ! explosion at Magrath last week, took place this afternoon at 4.30 from, Ve-U ', terly's undertaking parlors to the ] public cemetery. The Kov. T. P. I (Perry of Wesley church, conducted the obsequies. The Exhibition Board have secured from Bttlman Bros, of Winnipeg, several hundred of the finest hangers advertising the exhibition which have ever been issued by the fair management. The hangers show a bird's eye view of the exhibition grounds and ; buildings, while in a separate portion at the bottom is a fine reproduction | of the new entrance gate. The hanger is a credit to \he management, and will attract wide attention. Yesterday afternoon between four and live o'clock as a team belonging to the Western Transfer Co. was turning the corner south on to Round street coming from Campbell, Wilson &l Home's warehouse, a box fell from the wagon. The horses became scared and made a bolt only to be stopped j when they reached the Alexandra ho-; tel. Xo serious'damage was done I beyond the scattering of a quantity ! of merchandise on the street. J C. J. Kck'storm always has some- thing new to spring on the public in 'connection with the Dallas Farm. ; The latest scheme is to add to his ] collection there a half dozen trained ferrets. These have been ordered and will be here in a tew weeks. Mr. Eck-storm intends to have a gopher catching match when they arrive. A party will be made up and evenly divided, and prizes hung up for the side bringing in the largest number or the pest. Ferrets are war on gophers any time. The heavy rains of .Tirty have pleased more than the farmers. Those of the citizens who have been giving practical demonstrations of how to make Lethbridge beautiful are busy showing their friends the riot of color in their gardens. Sweet peas are the favorites among the flowers, and it, is safe to say that Lethbridge can outstrip any city in the 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 Lethbridge can grow something besides wheat. Portland has its rose carnival and Spokane its apple show. Lethbridge has a good opportunity to establish an annual event which would make a name for the city. 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. It will pay you to see them at once. SEE' OUR WfN-OOW., KIR KHAN BROS 315; Sixth Si.  �Ptic'n. 9 f ine Natural,Gas Co., arrived in the e:i.y and will spend some time in this d:strict in connection with the work ot Piping the city. Pre-jident Costc states that an office of the company will be opened here shortly. NINE CONVENTIONS WILL BE HELD A LIST OF THE MEN WHO WILL CONDUCT THE DIFFERENT SECTIONS Only a very few people seem as yet able to realize the actual magnitude of the International Dry Farming 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 main convention, but it is not known to many that there are nine distinct sections of the congress, each with its own. president and secretary, and each holding its own separate meetings during the congress. Each section requires a hall for its meetings so it imay be seen that the accommodation committee has no eaBy task on its hands in providing -for each to meet. Here is the complete list of officers of each section who will be here during the congress week: Crops aud Breeding-Chairman, Pro fessor Alfred Atkinson, Montana, Agricultural College, Bozeman. Mont'.; secretary, Prof. F. D. Farrell, Bureau of Plant Industry, Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Livestock and Dairying-Chairman, Prof. Ed. H. Webster. Dean Kansas Agricultural College, Manhattan, Kan. secretary, Prof. J. H. Sheppard, Dean North Dakota Agricultural College, Agricultural College, N. D. Farm Management-Chairman, Jas. Murray, Suffield, Alta.: Secretary. Prof. Ed. H. Watson, Cheyenne, Wyo. Scientific Research-Chairman, Professor R. \V. Thatcher, Director Washington State Agricultural College Experiment Station, Pullman, Wash.: secretary, Prof. F. J. Alway, Nebraska Agricultural College, Lincoln, Neb. Agricultural Colleges and Experimental Stations (Inteirnatiotial Conference)-President, Dr. Charles A. Lory, President Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colo.; secretary, Prof. E. A. Burnett, Dean Nebraska Agricultural College, Lincoln, Neb. Rural Homes (International Congress of Farm Women)-President, Mrs. Byrths L. Stavert, Winnipeg, Man.; secretary, Mrs. Elleanor L. Burns, Lethbridge, Alta. Agricultural Forestry- Chairman, Charles O. Bates, United States Forester, Denver, Colo.; secretary, Chae. A. Scott, Kansas State Forester, Manhattan, Kan. Soil, Tillage Methods and Machinery-Chairman, H. M. Bainer, Ama.r-illo, Texas; secretary. Prof. A. M. McOmie, University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. Agricultural Education- Chairman, Dr. J. H. Connell, President Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, Stillwater, Okla.; secretary, Prof. E. J. Iddings, Idaho Agricultural College, Moscow, Idaho. Harvest Tools Alfalfa Forks - $1.25 Four tine, Strap Ferrules Bundle Forks - 75c. Strap Ferrules, Bent Handles Grass Scythes - 75c Grass Snaths - 90c Scythe Stones - 10c Grindstones $6.00 Mounted Stafford-Agnew Co. xasBn=aB ========== mm- "If you live out of towu, write us.M ------ When using paints apply the best* Minerva Pure Prepared Paint For exterior and interior use, has a record of seventy-eight year*. Goes Farthest, Wears longest, Ro Cracking, No Fading 1 The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER ITH ST. AND 4TH AVE, L.ETHBRIDQE. BARRED OUT ASCOT , ADVENTURERS London, July SO.-Goodwood Week will open today, and, according to the Birmingham Post, the King and Queen are determined to prevent a repetition of the Ascot Royal enclosure ticket scandal, and have issued orders thut none of those connected with it are to receive tickets to the Royal encloHu.\\ at Goodwood, �r to any future court function. FORESTRY CONVENTION IN VICTORIA Ottawa, July 20.-The annual convention of the Canadian Forestry Association, for the first time since 1906, is to be held this year on the Pacific Coast, the place being Victoria and th-e dates Sept. 4, i> and t>. Mr. James Lawler, of Ottawa, secretary of the association, has just returned from the coast where arrangements are now well under way for the meeting. In addition a number of prominent men interested in forest conservation in the east, both lumbermen and others, have signified their Intention of being present. Tho railways have granted special low rates to delegates, and as the subjects discussed will be of importance to all parts of Canada, it is expected there will be a large attendance. A number of well known forest engineers and lumbermen from the United States will also attend. TO END LYING OF THE JEHUS Montreal, July 29.-The Montreal cab drivers, who are famous among tourists for their inventiveness, arc about to be robbed of some of their stock in trade. Two caution at the foot of the Macdonald statue in Dominion Square, which the jehus have long pointed out to American visitors as trophies captured by FVench-Canadlang in the War of 1812, will be correctly la'helled by the city as Russian guns taken during the Crimean war, to prevent further deceit. SOME PAINT AINT- Why? It Won't Peal Off! Sole Agents layr Hardware Company PHONE 471 . POST OFFICE SOX 98 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from the Revlo Co., it's the answer. Samples and Estimates furnished promptly. / The Revlo ^o. Painters and Decorators 12|0-3rd Avenue South ;