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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETHBRIDOE, A LT A f R I D A Y JUNE IMI. I Large uii HI mix ui Electric Light ng fiityres To introduce my varied and com- plete line of Fixtures into the homes of Lethbridge people, I have decided to make REDUCTIONS OF 35 to 50 PER CENT IN PRICES If you have ever inquired into prices of Electric Fixtures you will recognize in the prices given below some great bargains: HONE COMFORT RANGES J. II. YuLes. division superinten- dent for the Wrought Iron Kungo t-'o. Ltd., manufacturers of "Home Uom- forL" Stc'd lUiigcs been in the The "Home Comfort" Kongo is made almost exclusively of malleable iron and. wrought steel with Asbestos lined euci flues. Thus they iu'0 near- ly indestructible and will lust a Hto time. A 15 gallon enamelled reser- No Homiio-Ho GMINMIM. city for the past ten days looking af- ter the seven wagons he 1ms on tho road in this district. Mr. Vtites has been with the company for the ptwt eighteen years and has tilled tho po- sition of superintendent for the past nine years. His territory for the last seven years has incldded nil western Canada from Win- nipeg to Kdiuonlon. During this time lie has covered all his terri- tory twice with the exception of part of Northern Alberta. Mr. Yates states that ho has'sold fully 2.UOO of bis ranges in Alberta alone and at least ia Western Canada. During the past, ten days he has sold one rur and has begun on the second. He expects to sell 5 water. The upper warming closet, lower FOR FINISH Reg. Pr. 3 Lt. or Brass.. 3 Lt. or Brass.. 11.50 8.00 3 Lt. or Brass.. 10.00 7.00 3 Lt. or Brass.. 9.50 G.50 3 Lt. or Brass.. 8.00 6.00 2 Lt. or Brass.. 7.00 4.50 2 Lt. or Brass.. 8.00 5.50 2 Lt. or Brass.. 9.50 6.50 2 Lt. or Brass. 12.50 8.50 We also have the above finished in oxidized copper. These prices are for the fixture complete, installed in your residence. We also have some great bargains in rich ornamental table lamps. Reg. price PRICE THIS SALE FOR TEN DAYS ONLY car loads in this district and w make Lclhbridge his headquarters du- warming closet, -side extension shelf, duplex grate, fingered lire box, lining .nd malleable water heaters iite the company's own design. The Home .Comfort Range uxviu'Ued the gold medal and six dip- lomas at the World's Fair in Chica- go at tho world's Industrial and Cot ton Centennial Exposition at New Orleans. It has been given the high- est awards at numerous state fairs and at large Dominion fairs. If me- dals count then the Home Comfoi'i ig undoubtedly the bost. The factory of the Wrought Iron j Ituugo Company employs union la- bor. Tho Herald read a letter from a user of the Home Comfort Range at Sandy Luke, Altu., on June 1st, stat ing that his was burned and that his Home Comfort stood the heat so well that it could be polish- ed up to look aa -good as 'new. Eveu tho pipes stood the heat. The other stoves were rained by the heat. One part only of the Heine Comfort re- quired repairing and this the com- pany supplied, The fourth- vice-president of. the Stove and Steel Range Workers' Union states that ho has worked in several range factories and is of the opinion that the Home Comfort is constructed on the best plan'throughout. He gives his reasons why he has Concave tor Extra rUawy Beards There THL RAZOR a reason whv CARBQ MAGNETIC are the fa the world TWO WORDS TELL TUB STORY ELECTRIC TEMPERING Thto awtted of temfwriiic which to OUR EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS, PRESERVES THE CARBON tlM ttosi whMeu by fire, tte Mir DESTROYS It CARBO MAGNETIC Rftzart NEVER te to HONED OK. Ds) you mite what thtemMM? RgmsmNr tht -THE RAZOR WITH AN EVERLASTINQ BDOB. Lethbridge, Alta. K ring June and July. J'hone messag- s to the Palace Livery will be promptly attended to. AIL the sales- men have had six or seven years' ex- perience. Their method of doing bus- ness is to drive to the home, show the article, set it up and demon- strate its merits. Everything that is claimed for the "Home Comfort" Range will be proven when the sales- man visits the home. The Company holds itself respon- ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Showroom 2nd Floor Ott Block Home Comfort for 15 years satisfaction ami would not exchange it for any. His state- ment In. making comparisons are con- clusive. The Store of Quality OUR Great Sale lasts Tkis Wok Oil] PROHIBITION IN N. CAROLINA sible representations, statements, and dealings of its salesmen. The salesmen are forced to fulfill their No misrepresentation. Gov. Glenn Signs, the Proclamation and Says It.Is the Happiest Day of His Life Raleigh, N. C., JUM -sign- ing of the prohibition proclamation by Gov. Glenn wais; made the occasion of elaborate and interesting exercises. promises. allowed. When a "Home Comfort" Range is sold the following articles go with it: five joints Japanned steel pipe, 2 elbows, and the regular am- ount of cooking utensils, consisting of two enamelled steel pots, two steel skillets, one enamelled tea ket- tie, three drip pans, and six pie MM M MATHOID ROOFING IS WATERPROOF 2 SQUARES IN A ROLL Complete with Caps and Cement. Easily Laid I Ply, per Square to Clear 2 Ply, per Square to Clear HAYR BROS. J Successors to G. L. Vrooman Phone 75 ALICE WAS VERY ANGRY. Immense Hat of President's Daughter Obscured View of Others on the Platform. Chicago, Juno Long- worth is boss in his own house, de- spite the persistence of certain news papers in referring to Nicholas Longworth and hc-r husband." He demonstrated it at the Republican convention. Mr. and Mrs. Longwnrth were seat- ed in the front row on the platform. She was handsomely dressed in a gray-green gown, with long white gloves and a Merry Widow hat. Twice an assistant sergcant-at- arnis came up to her and asked her to remove her hat. Mrs. Longwortr refused in tones that sent the UKT mometer down ten degrees. NICHOLAS INTERVENES. At this point Nicholas intervened Hi? leaned forward and said. "Vox had better take off your hat, m dear." "T said Mrs. Longwortl and she said it with a snap. said Nicholas, in a les cnrnplaisant tone, "take off your hat.' "I won't and you shan't make m was sinking. The cripple also pushed him ashore safoly, ami the two boys grateful to 'their- rescuer, to his h.: itjceived clothing. Gilligan, ten years ago, was run over by a trolley car in Brooklyn. Ho lost one leg above the knee aud the other below the his right arm was taken off at the elbow, and .three.finger's from his U'ft able to be present meeting .yesterday. at the special It is rumored that 'Attorney Genera Bonapjirto ouit the Roosevel cabinet. Mr. John Arthun, of Granum, has sold his last quarter section to nftw comers from the other side for a good figure and lias gone' back lo Norway where he will, remain a short time. He promises to return to Sun ny Alberta, this province suiting him to a Advance. hand. He years ago. learned to swint a r--w Do You Make Pastry? If so, our Royal Patent Flour interest you T Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will save yon 25 per cent in lard bills. The flonr is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat floor. Miide from the blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now EHisoi Miffing ft Bnatur Co. LtL Rimaood Lctfcbridge CONRAD FOR SECOND PLACE. Chan-ku-ta-wca, a blue-blooded dcs- jcendont of the royal family of the J i'r.tJijin nation, whose skill ih-thc shotgun is the wonder of the world 6f fire-arms, jp one of the features of the 301 Itnnch Wilrt West Show, which wiJl be here on Thurs- day, July 2. Her exploits require sustained daring, nerve, steadiness and unerring eye, equals mith- Sold and Guaranteed by HcRELVIE McGUIRE, er the nor ever produced. Tho girls has no "Little Shooting Girl." Adopted by the whites at an early nge, Cha.n-ku-ta.-wca was sent to Carlisle College. Contact with white civilization and the education of the cast did not suffice to lure her from the wigwams of her forefathers. She was riding tho Oklahoma prairie on tx spotted pony as in the primitivi days of hor childhood, when the Mill the redskin r.ices or Brothers, owners of the ncrc 101 Ranch, engaged her to par recollection of the time when she did not handle a, shotgun. She played with one when a child aj other little girls play with Tier name is an Indian appreciation of her ticipatc in the performance of thci frontier show. Her exhibition Is an amazing demonstration of tht extreme possilwlilies of the shotgur at the traps nnrt in fancy and prac tical fire-arm exploits. W. G. Conrad of the Old Dominion and Montana Boomed for Bryan's Running Mate Richmond, Vn., June unrtcrs h.ivc been opened in this ity for the avowed purpose of pro- noting in the South-the boom of W. G. Conrad of Virginia and Montana or the Democratic nomination for he vice presidency at the convention n Denver. Charles B. Cooke, an ar lent Bryan man, is at the head of the movement. It is said at the head- quarters that the campaign will be waged with vigor throughout the South. The movement to nominate n South- ern man for the vice presidency was tnui some time ago by prominen Virginians, resident in New York The mention of Conrad lor the: place first emanated from the West, where he is better known than among th people of his native state, he havin moved lo the West when quite young man and carved out a fortun there. He is, however, a native o the OH Dominion, a farmer, mer and cattle jrrower and Democrat of the Virginia type. I He tterta Briny aid InijptioR Compaq Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Mi fcrtl If tht EMrad nf lot Also a few Acre Lots East of V Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-thinl cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 Interest 6 per cent, per annum ;