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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TREE BUS TO AJ.'. TRAINS Hotel Windsor B�it $1.35 a Day Hotel In 4* Alberta 4* f.4.4. ^- ^ ^ .f. .^ .^ 4.4- Hie Lethbridge Daily Herald + + + + + + !�� WHEN IN LrrMBRIDQI 4i : ^ 4. ^ ^ .{. ^ 4. ^ >]. .f. 4. .f Haying Tools Tlio nclvnntngps of a I [ay ("arriir as a tiiciiis of storiii.K nwny Hay or Grain in a lirrn or silieil arc t;c- ucU ;iiul j;oiiornlly known that wo do not ilccn-. it necessary to i-o iii!',> llii- ileiiiil!* re!;aviiiii� same, but simply state the fact iltal llicy fiave ll'.e tlnie and expense of from inio to llivee men fur c.'ieli djiy of liarvest. lln' coi;i of wlilrh will pay for tlio oiKfit i;i fr-iii lo two venrs, lo s.iy nothluR of the advantages or siovl.n; ;.w;iy ilic ti.v 'HilcUly. The above facts shonld iOT;v|nec any practical farmer tliat it Is the best of economy lo liave a carrier onlfit. lienee ihe cmestum to decide is,-what carrier lo iniyV LONDEN .ll'NIOll SLING t'AIt. Lnnden Jr. Sling Cais-KiK'li SI 2.50 Hay Sliiiiis. 5 toot, 3 I'oiK^-V/M'h S2.75 Hay Raik Fixtures 14-Eath SI.75 Hay Kaik Fixtures Ifi-Ea-Faeli S1.00 MouhiiKi ilra^ler, 4-tino-Kacli SI.25 liarley 1 orks. 4-lirio-Fat'li SI.50 Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. �h4n� m P- O. Box 679 Wc Qlvt Spaelat Attention (( Mall Order* TVrEWKlTFKS Whon you want a Tyiu'wrilcr yon will find that the Fiulerwooil or iluale CIll-Ar. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK riBST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 126S. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Tlie Value ol Pure Drugs aud the Necessary Experience in Conipoundiiig The value of Medicine lies etinally between the purity and power of the drugs and the method and manner of theii roinpoiinding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the hl;.;hest '-lass. Our training, experience and efiuipment assure that all medicines will bo compounded right. Bring all your prescriptions here to he filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAGEIt PHONE 772 Perfect Prescriptions Every medicine that is compounded in our Prescriiition Department, is backed by our iiersonal guarantee as to its iiolency and efficieucy. Wln-n you have sickness at home Kive thote who are near and dear to you the advuniaKe of this careful service. There ia no additional expense. Vou will he pleased with our perfect i)re-soription work, and your doctor will be dellghteil. JACKSON & COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Suecewor* to JOHNSTON & JACKSON. HEBLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 123Z. ALBERTA'S IMUDK BJM^R RExXEWS VIM AND \ I(.iOU Get yourself into shape for "Ih.Ti tired feeling," that comes In the Spring and Siiininer, by fortifying your constitution with Alberta's Pride Beer. This beer 1b a tonic and a strengthener. -A glass or two dally will give renewed life and vigor when you really I'eel like falllUB by the wayside. Us purity Is abBoimo and It Is a predlgosted IKiuid food, easily as�lmllQted by the weakest stomach. It Is a boon to those sutlor. Ing from weakened illgesiive org-ius. Alberta's Pride beer Is brewed from best barley malt and Do-hernial! hops, by methods strictly sanitary. THE LETHIUMlKiE BREWING AND MALTING CO., Limited PHONE 654 !1 i Improved (mmu and Mason Fruit IN IMNT^. QIWRTS .A.NO 11.\ I.K G .\LI ,ONS Thrsi' arc the i iicpl lines of Kruit dealers on the 11! r ket r.'.lI'H(.)\'i:i) GK.MS-I'is., per dozen .......$1.00 'Jiuiris. per (lo.'en .....................$1.20 1 Gallons, p. r do/cii ..................$1.50 M.-^-.'^.'S ^lv\l.l.:iiS-i'inis. per do.wii .......SSc Qu.M",-!. 1 !>! a.-n 'M> W llllllpci; . cluich ......... IvS ,"i 1 I'l n \r',liur, clii'idy . Sfi t ."^iiice '-^aIu.ilav siiowci.^ of ram; ncciirrcd ia ncaih all districts' the �c,it!\ci has liccii riio'lcralcly ' w.uin and in Saskatchewan a'ld .\1-' hcit.i It has been cooler I i'l iHiltW.ST : Manitoba-A iew loci s.'iowcrs. hiit mo,= 'ly fair anil noil much ciiaiue in tetnpcratlire Tiics-; day tair with higher terniicratares. CiTV AND 1>18TKICT Glassware Si At a locia! low for a I'rico week 2-Qt. Gla(s Jugs, ,^ each........... 2.)V II h^.vc cast 11. Kimball, ot Kimball, Alta., is in town today on loisiness. The .Mounted Police report a case of smallpo.v at .-^even Persons. .1. \V. Woolf. M.P.P. for Ctrdston, is expected on the eight o'clock train this evening. P. Burns and Co, are moving the fixiures to their new store today audi will open there for business tomor-1 row. j Doiiiian and C, G. K. Voursc > ^olil l.nt i:in, a live-acre trad; of Moiiiiniiside. to K. V. Gib-| bun ; lor $ i.'jd per acre. I i The hoys ilesiriu!; to join the boy i sciiiit luiActiient ill the Rivorview dis-jlric! will iiieel at th(. home oi t'. K. | I' )es went at a high j figure. liouald Morrison, director of the IJ. Morrison Gomniission Co., Winni-)ieg, who has been in this city visiting his cousin, N. 11. Murray, left this luoriiing for his home much pleased 'With I.ellibrldge and the snrroundlng ! ^country. I I Grassy Lake C.azclte--Another tiew siore slunUy be opened in I Gt^issv I.ale, llr.s. .Matheson, from | .\l|i(tia, Micii . and her sister, Miss) .McKiiiuoii, liavitig leased the huildinc Sjusl \acaiiHl by I, U McCroslie, the jdruu"jisi, and �i!l put in a complete stock of ladies' ready-to-wear gar-nieiils, white wear and fiiriilshitigs. Next Wednesday at 2 Sn pin the, folloHing players n! Ihe Uan^ors' Poothall Club are pxi)ecled to be at the st,\(ion to journey to .Macleod, where they will play a district league lixiun^ : Mcltityre, Kitilay, Han-ncnnan, Glen, Hut ton, lireniian, Moore, Pane, Clemensoii, 'riiompstui, ' Caineriui. with Mclndoc and Tinhingi substitutes I While in the city on Saturday, l)r ! Irvine, provincial heallh olliccr, vis-| ile.l the new jail for Ihe of inspei't itii; ihe sanitation sy.stem \\liie. 2.JC. 2.5f. 25f. 25c. SAVE MONEY SEE OUR.VyiNDOWS KIRKHAI^ BRPa 3l5,SixtliSt.. Phone 55fe -the blue line to liealtl). |: Those .lijiropa rations,jjre fast oaiii-ino' favor*in Leth-bi'ido'o. Have you not the haliit of usiniLi' the liest noii-seeret lino made. If not for ]{exall, at- TAe ^OmJUL Store J.D. HiginbottiamfiCoAti ramlly and Dlspeoalni Chomlsta NIgbt anO Day Teletibotia No. 322 Night Belt on Front Door AT STARLAND The program al Starland tonight will, no doubt, attract capacity business, as every plctei-e is the acme of excellence in photoplay productloifs. "The Three of Them," Vitegraph's latest production, ia the hit of the bill- It is a drama of the right sort and is one of the clearest and prettlcKi pic- Raymond News Uaymond. .Inly ,11.-Hayniond is a| big town in a good many ways, but i( gels inightv snmll on the night of a \ I baseball game. II has a few sports | -good ones; but it has ,a whole lot of ; small ones. Vou could ptit a lot of ' them in a thimble and they'd rattle around like walnuts in a wash tub. They're the kind that come out and root tor a winning Ham, but just as soon as that team loses a game. Its home f.-ir ihein. The Raymond re-iporter for the Herald counted elght.v-'eight spectators at Saturday night's I game and three or four of them were 1 Lethbridge Chauffeurs. Vou know 3-ou jcan't expect a team to win if you'don't ; support it. j Haymond has played good ball this i season. 'I'hey have made a few errors, j it's true, but that is just as much your fault as the players. The winning team is the team that is backed flnun-Icially, enthusiastically, and cheered I whether winning or losing. This can! not be said for Raymond. Considering] Ulie support the team has had from j Uaymond public generally they have' "put up a horse of a game," and there , is much more credit coming ^ them , ithan ihey are getting. It is tpille' 'probable that the tie game with Ma-i igrath will be played next Saturday ;night. For shame's sake turn out and pay an admission fee and cheer yonrj itoani. \ The monthly Priesthood meeting of' the Taylor Stake of the Chui-eh of i .lesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints, was held in the Knight Academy at Raymond on Saturday. In connection with tills meeting the following so-[eletles also met: The Relief Society, jVoung Men's .Mutual Improvement As. iRociation. and the Primary .Association. 'Delegates were present from Taber, 'Grassy Lake, and other points in 'be ' Stake. The F.llison .Milling and Klovator Company has shipped another car of feed to the Pacific Coast. This one lis bran and shorts and was consigned Uo Scott & Poden. Victoria, R. C. The �Raymond mill is evidently turning out the right kind of goods. This is several cars that have gone to the capl-! tal city of the Pacific Province. Mr. Tail, Presbyterian Missionary, has a good buggy that ho wants to exchange for hay. It may be seen at "The Red Cottage," opiKisile Raymond 1 Hospital. j R. A. Gillies, spent Sunday with ihi.s wife and child at Havre, Mont. I Something of the importance of the I town of Raymond may be gathered ;from the fact that within the last three j mouths, special repreaenlatlvps of eight papers and magazines have visited the town in connection with spe-;clal articles for their columns. They lOre Ihe following: Canadian Courier, Free Press, Trail .Magazine. Calgary Herald. .Montreal Herald and Weekly Star, Winnipeg Telegram, Farmers' I Advocate, and Western Home .Monthly, Canadians continue to drink and smoke a little. During the last year according to government figures, the people of Canada drank an aveiage of .S.'il) gallona of spirits per head; :,A\\A gallons of beer, and i.O'l of wine. Wo believe a little of this came to Raymond, hut nol much. The llei'akl correspondent has been in this town thiee months and has not yet seen n man under the Influence of liquor. Thlr, Special Housekold Savings For those practising economy TABLE LINENS Gonulno Irish Linen Table Covers and Napkins; neat pattornB; Scroll pattern; (jiJ x U(i; good value ........................$1.25 Ivy Leaf iJattorn; (IT x good value .......................$1.25 Lily pattern; (!7 x .s-i; good value...........................$1.60 Shamrock pattern; tl7 x St; good value .....................$1.50 Carnation pattern; W, x ltd; good value .....................$2.25 Napkins; a variety of pnllerns; 21! x 2'.!; price...............$2,00 SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES Hotnstltchod Sheets and Pillow Cases; Heavy Cottons; S-4 Sheets; each...........................$1.00 Large Sheets; each ........................................$1,60 Pillow Cases; 10 and 12 In.; each .....................20c and 25o DRAPERIES Muslins and .Madras Ciirtainlngs; Scrims, etc; New .\rt ncstgns; per yard.................................... .25c, 35c, 40c, 66c TWO SNAPS 2 BURNER GASOLINE STOVES $3.75 eacli STEPHENS' PAINTS Elevator White $2.00 per gal ARTHUR HAYR Assignee We lead! Coolest place In Lethbridge. ROCHON BROS We lead! Cleanest plaea 'in Lethbrldga. lures ever shown In this cify. A jj^ paKl^d^.eto Vhe'pVolUWUve'mea^u^o uiuler local option, but we think large- DUPLEX POST CAPS AND BASES Large assortment carried In stock Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. iUi.SlM:.S!S LOCAJ.S p. 0. BOX 270 324 SIXTH 8T, 8, PHONE 68) Hear Mr 11. Cooper, the rich-voic-I c'l h.irjliiic, in an entire cluuigc at ' 1 he I'liireka t(Uilglil � Call C6C, the i.cthbridgo Messenger Service foe c.uick message and bag-gago delivery, onicu ,327 Rountt St. 210-0 The l.ethbi iil^e Miners' Band Dance Will lake place ui tlie K. of 1', Mall on Thursda), August .'inl Full or-chestia^ I'otumeniH's at fl p. m. .\d-ii-.lssioii lfl,'?-;i ('oii.plctc change loiiiglil al the lOii- strong western picture is also In-eliiiled in the program, entitled "The Cow Puncher's Glove," photographed by the Kdlsoii people In Western Canada. It depicts life upon the plains tvith a good de:il ot fidelity (o (he lenl (haracters usually seen the;v. To-nil.'iu a lot of fun is promised in liie number ontu.od "The AniiiMIcd Arm Chair," and lo make things uwr in teic^liu'.-. it. i: Willis will sing ".StO|i i\la;.ing Fiieei; at Me." atarl.4ii i inai-.igemeni is certainly working hard to c:itei- to the ainuscrueiit public wfth untiring efforts, so as to give all the highest and best grade of photoplaj-s, Quaker rea "It has that creainy-rich flavor, lightness and whiteness that adds to the relish." Madam:-Why waste coal and your strength baking bread when you can get QUAKER BUKAD so easily. Just phon� 1027 and we will do the rest. ? : : : : ; firmed nor ih It officially dc- I The Herald reporter got enthused with : 1 Board of Trade Biimiuets, etc. They're .j.'good functions at which to gel copy- ^, land paid u memhorshlp, but has never J^jgot anything for his money. Raymond utight to have a live Board of Trade. The Herald man has visited all the towns of Soulhorn Alberta, and some smaller towns than Raymond have good boards. There are some progressive business men In this town ^iwho ought to be interested. Don't T| leave it (o the Herald corro�pondeiit *|to boost your town. Vou btislnofsineii can do It better. Gel In line and make the next meeting of the Uoard a bl<( one'. GILMORE THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH HOUSEHOLD SCALES Necessary in the Preserving Season. No guessing as to quantities. ..,^ayo,.,u Necessary every clay. WJi^mf^^'- Ensure g-etting correct weights when huying for the family tnl�lc. Tlie price will suit anyone. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. MENU-(Business Men's Lunch.) SOUP, Tomato. COLD MEATS, Hatn, Mutton, Pork, Roast Beet. HOT .MEATS, Chicken Pot Pie, Pork Pot Pie. SALADS, Lobstar and Potato. NEW B. C. Potatoes. DESSERT, Apple and Lemou Pl� Peaches and cream. Vanilla ice cream. Wholesale- CONFECTIONERS -Retail j CORNER 5TH 8T. AND 4TH AVE., LETHBRIDGE. ;