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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TO At. Hotel Windsor V 11.25 a bay HoKI In l or hedges 4 PER FOOT I UU Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Miont 712 P. O. (7B We Glv procured I" nil parts of tho world, but 0710 of llio finest linos have ovor yut. u lioUl of arc- ttn'.ml it Company's Koods. of London, England. If yuii want soinelhlny really appetizing ill reasonably BRAND'S A 1 SAUCE. Klua for meats or sauces: small per bottle................... 25c. Medium per bottle 35c. BRAND'S SLICED OX 111) glass: I'rlee. eac'.h...... .................85c. BRAND'S LUNCH TONGUE, 111 1 pound glass: Price trv tho following: BRAND'S CALF'S FOOT 1C 02. glass; Plain, price each .....................25c. BRAND'S CALF'S FOOT 1C oz. glass; assorted flavors, price each ;.......30c. BRAND'S CHICKEN Glass, Price lOaeh ,............65c. Free Demonstration all this week of Post Toast Krinkle Corn Flakes, Grape Nuts, and Postum Cereal. Everybody cordially invited to call and goods. DAILY CONSIGNMENTS OF FRESH FRUITS, VE 3ETABLES, ETC., LOWEST MARKET PRICES. PHONES: Grocery Dept. S2S. Wholaule 1271. Ics Cream Dept. 627. THE GOOD COMPANY PHONE8: Grocery Dept. 62S. HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICI CREAM FRUIT AND WHOLESALE RETAIL Wholesale Dept. 1271. lee Cream Dept. 627. WEATHEK Take it Easy and Keep Cool Edmonton Calgarv Maclecd Medicine Hat 1'rince Albert Swift Current Kcgina I Nelson I ort Arthur Kcd Deer Brooks I.ethbriilge Hattk'fonl I Saskatoon Moose Jaw Broadview i Brandon I I'enticton Kamlotjps 86 8-i Sil 80 SO SO 77 78 UG 63- S-l 80 8-1 81 SO lib 81 t, lili 31 53 >0 >1 IS 58 -to. 53 fjl1 53 36 Fine warm weather has continued II over the prairie provinces in Al- berta il lias been decidcdlv warmer No rain reported. FORECAST and warm today thunderstorms in some localities on Fridav ind Iccal thunderstorms, bat generally i line and CITY AND DISTRICT SPECIAL TEA SET 311 Values for Ba urday Three Limoges Tea' Sets, pretty floral decoration, 40 pieces; regular o in- Special One Dark Special One dark regular Out. Spscial One green border with flow ered centre regular our clearing out Special "iliow Teasel, blue, -10-pieces Clearing- SEE OUR WINDOWS' KiRKttAN 3l5.SixthSt Phone 55e HAVE A GLASS OF OUR 'ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER It is simplj cooling a-nd leCrealilnt; blistering hot days Pure healthful and good for you. Have you rkd ojr Sodas" Thoj are prominent farmer m the i tcuut> real mftv the -ntfit fla drinking them why I n' not you? Let ua have your1 order. W. -T. Ambrose leaves tomorrow morning; ior Spokane io take charge nf the Bank of Montreal there. J Tlie condition of the Kinn, who j was injured at Montana. Junction yer mornin'g is somewhat" Improv- ed todav 'i'ljc Board of. Trade executive, will hold it.s regular weekly meeting this evening in the ofliee oi" the president, Acadia block. Murray, was injured- in j the automobile accident Tuesday shows gratifying 'improvement, ac- i cording to information given out by the hospital authorities. Thomas of .Island, was a visitor in 'the city yesterday Mr. Mi t ford speaks well of the crops in his district, which are not sufier- ing in iroiu lack of mois- ture. R H formerh ei furniture department of the Triies Wood store afc.'Fernitvhas ac- cepted a position; as sales manager with the Standard Furniture Co. Huilding permits were taken out this morning bv lieaslt-j foi in addition to the Windsor Hotel to E. A. Cunningham left last.evening cosi ?iOO I II Fowlei n j.! for ttmnipee on a short business tup house on fith S costing The bngadt of 1 hail had a and oj Geo Cotarcs for a fruit stand hurrv-up call this to cost a occurred in the Lola, a quick W M Jaw son, manager of the lunch on Second almost Calgarj bnnch of R 0 Dan Co 'opposite the fire hall Ihe biciklast has been promoted to be serioush dauigcd jntl the car at Winnipeg He succieds r out "of business for today. The B Matthews who goes to Edmonton lunch counter run b> a couple j to open a btanch ior Allan Killim id McKay The death occurred in the city SAFE- GUARDS .Tiist what'care do you take about the medicines you need? 'Of course yon care natural. :BuT what do 'you. do you eiideavor'tp'protect yoiir against sophistication? To be it to us fill prescrip- tions Uey'are iecommeiid eiU bf 4 PURE DRUGS KNOW rfOW SAFETY METHODS The caieful selection oC drugs foi standard puriU and strength and then scientific manipulation make 011 prescnptloir nork See that ourflibel u on >oui Tredicmes Then. >ou arc safe. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT ves- The tccondarv Dors' class of Knnx Church Sunday school taught hy Icrrtai Afternoon of hate donated sivtj- 62 jtars rhe deceased mi, cne to bc Placed The Lethbridge Brew- ing Malting Co. Ltd. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Structuril Stetl. Prilled irlek. Hollow Pyrobir Oyptum Tile. Mot.lc Tile. Wall Pjugt Will Tltl. Corner Bead. J-M Fireproof Roofing, Building Felt. Atbeifos Shingles. Keystone'lniulatlng Felt, Plute Glass. Thorne Store Front System Expansion Bolts. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. o eox 401-403 ind Ave, S. of i the Alexandra Hotel throughout the and leaves a widow and various rooms The.IJiblcs have grown-up family to mourn his .loss. on account. o[ The remains wire taken this morning their of type and their m- to Stirling, where interment will bo Induction the hotel ought to he welcome. There was some heavy rain lust night in parts or Hie south. There was a light sprinkle here and pnoiiRli down Cardston way to nicely lay the made tomorrow BUSINESS Old panels for sale at the Herald Odicc. 150-0 joust. West of Cardston In the I'liono the Mwtipcr SerUtu' u ill nrt thea i said to hive hern lor prompt mi and haggauf de hciM shouei 1 ocil prophets Plu Higc Room, phonu I i" I ransfcr' plicls prtdiil inn thirl) in connection. 1H-0 Vat quick baggage service, pbona Rex Oinar Storu. ll-j J G 1 cTiIlietkr simi writer etc Phone 11U7. ivj-o I.ethbridgc Turkish Hath parlors. hou IMans for I IIP new Roman Catholic (hiirch to he crcdeil liere this .sum- mrr were received from file architect in Mdmoiiton ihis nuirniiig, and every effort will be n.udc hv Hie bciililing CITY AND DIKTKICT Boulevards arc being put in on lioiiipas ami Krnesl urnl around block 132. This hlock also lias tlift cars on West- minster r.nd Si.vlli streets. II. Classman. Ill -1th Ave., S., buy reported to the police that a pair of' shoes and an alarm cluck were stolen i from his premises yesterday. Thu -police have brai unable so far to oh-J tain a cine to the petty burglary t Citizens still make complaint that cows and liorses are allowed to roam aliout tlie streets. One citizen in Tonnetl the Hentlil yeslei'ilay that his garden had been ruined by a visit 11 oin stniv annuals. Lelhbridgc is big enough to he past the stage of such complaints. As the time ilraxvs near for the local battery to entrain tor the camp at Calgary on Tuesday morning ircx't Use interest amongst '.he men in- creases. The numerical strength of ihe lutterv is now near the eighty mark, but there is. still room tor a few more sjoori-inien.'. A few niore i saddle horses arc required for ser- MC ni which m illou met 01 00 pcr tin ill he paid Ihe uni forms, will be issued to the men just- as soon as they return the old ones, j I he bitten I pirjde igiin on n day evening at 7.30, v.'heu harnessing iJisxructious 'e Seigt j MacDonild Ihe batten here Tor Calgary next Tuesdav morn ing at SM5, and proceed direct to the cump on arriving in'that city. The men will be "required to supply" their 'rations during this 'journey Kverylliing new, clcmi ;tnd nii-lu-dnlc. [rouiin.l.lm of thu church to have tli (ourUtiUs attend ints mil cxprit mas Icontucl let beiotc the curt of Tune cam to comfort 101 'jih o tint luh 1 will see arthe opera S. never close. LMiunc HOI. h-ions startPtf. Tho biillilluK com- mill P nil! use meins to have Oo to the Alexandra Harber j lliis vear. The .Shop in roar'of thn hiliiard parlor.1 for litsl class wort. U. It. Kruse, i'raji, chtirth propKr will .cost-. .while the. ruilnga will hrfng the t Ul oullaj; to ASSEMBLY IN CLOSING HOURS DELEGATES ARE POURING OUT OF ING CHURCH FUNDS Emonton, June exodus from Edmonton delegates to the Gen-era! Assembly began yesterday, and was continued today. Much less than half the members remain. It ia expected that all the business will be completed and Ihe idjonmiient tiken this if tea noon ,T.-K, Macdonald, of Toronto, who, since 1SS7; lias been identit'iefl with the aged and Infirm ministers fund, told the commissioners of his dream scheme of the church. When he began his work on this committee there 'was an endowment'Tuh-d of ?1S, 000. This had been increased since that time to and an effort was now being made to increase it to At present a ministei who had served forty years is paid When the endowment was rais ed it would 'be possible to pay which was the smallest sum on which an aged be maintained in any degreee of comfort. Mr, Mac- donald stated that a successful minis- ter oC "the church could not be a mon- ey-making man, and that all that any minister received was a maintenance, and that provision must be made for his old age. Rev. Dr. Bryco suggested that ac- tion be 'taken in bringing the Gwalior mission, India, into closer relation with the church. This ia the very successful mission conducted by the Rev, Dr. -WJlkie, formerly a mission- ary of the. church in India, and now supervising an Independent mission there. Permission was given the Presbytery of Toronto