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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS Windsor St't J1.25 a Day Haul In 4- The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN The Dalkift Hotel I. (ht Plau t. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- Haying Tools Sat wo do not- deem it necess ary to (f.o to llw c _, same, but simply state the (a. hat c M e ponsc of from one to three men for da; o mil which will pay for the outfit In win one o nothing of the advantages or storing the- n..} .n U.KI The above tacts should convince any pract ca Ma me lut It n i and LONDBN JUNIOR SLIN'G CAlt. Louden Jr. Sling SI 2.50 Hay Slings, a foot, 3 Hay Rack Fixtures Hay Rack Fixtures Bundle Forks, 75c Straw Forks. I- Montana Header, 4- Barley Forks. 4- Improved (Jem and Mason Fruit Sealers IX PINTS, QIUHTB AND IIALP-GAU-ONS TlH-si- lire the I wo best lines of fruit Sealers, on tho nni-kot. 4. IMI'HOVKD GBMS-1'ts.. per dozen .......f 1.00 Quarts. dozen 1-2 Gallons, per dozen MASON sKAI.KHS-l'Inls. per dozen Quarts, per .ta.on per dozen FIU'IT JA11 dozen ........10c Extra Fine California Fruits A LAHGB-SHIPMENT JUST IN. fine for slicing to "orvo -wMi nine Tragedy or liiirban'k vnrloilw, 1 per Ib. Viral this season, ucr Ib... ,15c I- jnd HOT liUtiSK TOMATOMS-Vcry finest stock, per Ib................................" I! Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. P. O. Box 6 MAIN STORE ROUND ST. 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL DUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE 627 We Glv. Attention tt. Mall Order. TllEWEATHKK CalL-ary, fair -03 i I.elhbridgi'. clear bridge. Have you got the habit of using the line made. If not ask for llexall, The Store J.D. HlgliibottiaraSCj.Ul and DlBpeiulu Chemists. Nliht mil Day TelepDon. No. S22 i Nltht Bell on Front DOOT AT STARLAND The program at Starland tonight Raymond News Haymonil. .Inly 31.-Hliynioud is a bis town in a good many ways, but it gets mighty sniall on the night of a baseball same. It has a few sports -good ones; but it has a whole lot of small ones. You could put n lot of them in a thimble and they d laltie around like walnuts in a wash tub. ThcVro the kind that come out and root for a winning lean., but just as soon as that team loses a game, Its home for. them. The Raymond e- porter for the Herald counted elghtj- elghf spectators at Saturday nights game and three or four of them were Lethbridge Chauffeurs. know 01 can't expect a team to win if you don t ennimrl. it. Havmond hns played good ball this i season. They have made a few errors, 'it's true, but that is just us much your fault as the players. The winning team is the team that is backed finan- cially enthusiastically, and cheered whether winning or losing. This can 'not be said for Raymond. Considering the support the team has had from Raymond public generally they have "nut up a horse of a ami there, is'much more credit coming Jp them than they are getting. It is citiHe probable that the tic game witb.Ma- '.ratli will be played, next Saturday night For shame's sake turn out and pay an admission fee and cheer your team. The monthly Priesthood meeting of the Taylor Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints, w-ia held in the Knight Academy at Raymond on Saturday. In connection with'this meeting the following so- cieties also met: The Relief Society, Young Men's Mutual Improvement As, Bociation, and the Primary Association. Debates were present from Taber, Grassy Lake, and other points in the Stake. The Ellison Milling and Elevator Company has shipped another car of feed to "the Pacific Coast, This one Is bran and shorts and was consigned to Scott Peden, Victoria, B. C. The Raymond mill is evidently turning out the" right kind of goods. This is sei era! cars that have gone to the capi- tal city of the Pacific Province. Mr Tait, Presbyterian Missionary, has a good buggy that he wants to exchange for hay. It may be seen at "The Red opposite Raymond Hospital. R. A. Gillies, spent Sunday with his wife and child at. Havre, Mont. Something of the Importance of the town .of Raymond may be gathered from the fact that within the last three months, special representatives of eight papers and magazines have vis ited the town in connection with spe 'cial articles for their columns. ,are the following: Canadian Courier, I I Free Magazine. Calgary Icrald, Montreal Herald and Weekly ritar, Winnipeg Telegram, Farmeis Advocate, and Western Home Month- Canadians continue to drink and smoke a little. During the year according to government figures, the DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried in stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. F. 0. IOX 270 SIXTH ST. s. PHONE Ml was installed there, liuch pleased with the He was svstcm hroughout. While the septic tank nol yd says Ihat will no doubt, attract capacity busi- ness, as-every picture is the acme of 'excellence in photoplay productiods. "The Three of Vilegraph's lat- est production, is the hit. of the bill- it is a drama of the right sort and is one of the clearest and prettiest pic- tures ever shown in this A strong western picture is also in- cluded in the program, entitled "The. Puncher's photographed Cow ow uncers by the Edison people in Western Can- It cienicls life upon the plains people of Canada drank an average of .856" gallons of spirits per head; ii.434 gallons of beer, and 1.04 of wine. Wo believe a little of this came to Raj mond. but not' much. The Herald col respondent has been in this town three months and has not-yet seei, f. man under the influence of ll.quor. This is partly due to the prohibitive measuic. under local option, but we think large- ly "tu the attitude of the Mormon Church towards There went in spirituous liquors i iien; ncui. uy M, smoke 3.11 pounds 11 of tobacco per bead, but little of it 101 yci i a good deal of fidelity to Ihe rcaUivas burned In Raymond. The town i-ill (live good service while the wa- usually-seen them. To- throuchout is one oi the a lot of fun is the miliilier cntiued "The AniiNilcd Ann and lo make things mow m Ituicvlinc. H. K. Willis will -ims "Srap wst in any oi the institutions in Al- ,crla. The" comfort of the prisoners Starlaii i mar- 1C sa'vs, should he well looked aiier, Knees at Me." iml rninv oi them will he in a much Ugemenl Is certainly working hard to 11 [i I ill tin i .u _ tun hi In fill nrnc- n aymon. has a population of but It hasn't tobacco shop. There sems to be a death germ ir the. Raymond atmosphere. .The mos healthier" environment there thanjcatei n s cea to the amusement public wft they were, previous to the Mill efforts, so as to give all Hie highest and best grade of photoplays. SS LOCALS Hear Mr. II. Cooper, the rich-voic- ed baritone, in ah entire change at the Kurcka lonight. Call C6C, the l.ethbridgc Messenger ervico for rjuick message and bag- ace delivery. Office .337 Round St. 210-J The l.othbiidgc Miners' Hand Dance will lake place in the K. of I1. Mall on Thursday, August 3rd. .'Kull or- chestra. Commences at Q P- ni. niissinn Confide change tonight at Die Kll- JAPAN'S PREMIER RESIGNS v e. recent death recorded Is that of the ball going public. But the one we Tokio, July news Item here which it is understood Is close to a member of the cab- inet, says Connl Kalsura tend- ered his resignation as premier on July 27th and ed Mnrcillis Salonjl for that po- sition. The change will prob- ably be announced .on.August Slli.' This nol con- firmed officially dc- nled. Special Household "r t x Savings For tjiose practising economy TABLE LINENS Ciouulno Irish Unco Table Covers and Napkins; neat Scroll pattern; 6ti x lili; good value Ivv Leaf pattern; 157 x S4; good value Lily pattern; 07 x S4; good value pattern; 67 x 84; good va e SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES ;j Hemstitched Shoots and Pillow Cases: Heavy Cottons; S-4 Sheets; each............. Large Sheets; Pillow Cases; JO and 43 In.; each.............. ...20c and25c DRAPERIES Muslin, and Madras Ci.rtalhlngs; Scrims, etc; per yard The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. TWO SNAPS 2 BURNER GASOLINE STOVES eacli STEPHENS', PAINTS Elevator White per gal ARTHUR HAYR Assignee Luneh.) nni n MR ATS Ham, Mutton, Pork, Roast a and cream Vamlla ice cream. Wholesale- CONFECTIONERS -Retail meant to write about was the Boan of Trade. Raymond had a Doard o Trade- once. It was a living organ Izntion. We saw It the day the Leth bridge "Get Acquainted Party" cam< T to Raymond; but it began its decline immediately and slowly pined away The Herald reporter got enthused witf Hoard of Trade Banquets, etc. They're good functions at which to get and paid a membership, but has neve got anything for bis money. Raymon ought to have a live Board of Trade The Herald man has visited all th towns of Southern Alberta, and som smaller towns than Raymond hnv good boards. There are somo pro grcssive business men in this tow- who ought lo be interested. Don leave it lo the Herald corresnondol lo boost your town. -You can do It heller. Get In line and mak the nest meeting of the a ontf. "It has that creamy-rich flavor, lightness whiteness that adds to the relish." -Why coal 'win your strength biking bremJ can get QUAKER BREAD ewlly. 1027 and do the rb.t. GILMORE 1610 SECOND AVE. NORTH HOUSEHOLD SCALES Necessary in the Preserving Season. No guessing as to quantities. Necessary every day. Ensure getting correct weights when buying for, the family table. The price will suit anyone. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. COKNIMTH AN04TM ;