Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridgc Daily Herald, Tiieeday, June Strok I For Our Competitors The Death Knell of the C. W. GRAY Hardware Business has sounded, the time for quitting draws very a few more weeks and this store will be numbered among thing of the past Profits are Clipped to the Cost Line Deep down into the Stock. We have reduced the whole works. Profits posi- tively ignored. Our guarantee is to rid the store of the entire stock and we only have so many days to do the trick. It's a case of Get Out and Clean Out and Stay Out We are underselling, not only every hard- ware house in town, but have Eaton's prices beat fully 20 to 25 per cent, and in hundreds of cases we are selling lines that C. W. GRAY f twice the amount we are asking. We positively intend to force upon the minds of the public that We Undersell Everybody 7 The importance of this Closing-Out Price- Wrecking Crusade increases as it progresses. Its popularity grows from day to day. More and more women as well as men are interes- ted. Friends are sending friends to get a share of the multitude of bargains. Fast and furious the onslaught of the STOCK Continues Look for the .Busiest Hard- ware Store in Town. ALL THE EN AMELWARE Guns, Ammunition, Tools, Oils, Paints, Varnishes At any old Price 50 Stoves, Heaters and Ranges at Invoice Prices. Coal Scuttles, Snow Shovels, Coal Screens, Boilers, Screen Doors, Refrigerators, Enamel Ware, Lamps, Guns, Rifles, Everything at INVOICE PRICES e 1 C. P. K. OFFICER veiy oaies CLOSING OUT THE C. W. Gray Hardware Stock Round Street Lethbridge NABBED MANY Several Find ft Expensive To Steal Hides on the Train C, P. R. Inspector Harris hati an- ther batch of men at the police ourt Monday morning on' charges, omc of having no visible means of us Usance, and sleeping in cars or ther railroad property, and others or stealing rides. Eustace Peyins was the first one up. He ..was well dressed i; he said ie was a brakeman, and had been working for the A, R. I. He quit on Friday, and was -going to Frank, and while waiting for the train, went over to a coach on the tracks here ami took a sleep, when he was ar- rested by Harris. He had six dollars and some odd cents. He was found guilty and fined and costs. Frank Wood, a typical looking hobo in the making, was the next one. was oitly a lad, and gave his age as 17. His coat" and pants and an old pair of shoes were all he wore, and they obviously had been the property of someone else. He was found sleep ing in a box car on the train tracks on Saturday night. He pleaded guilty. "Where arc you from asked the magistrate. "The States, Montana.'' "Ko'.v long have you been "Four days." "Have you any relatives la this country 'My father is in Canada some- where, but I don't know, where. I haven't heard from him for a long while. I thought I might find him in "Have you ever been before a mag, istrate in the States "Yes." "Two months hard labor and I will see that papers are made out for your deportation." Hudson's Bay Co. Wine and Spirit Dept SCHLITZ AND BUDWEISER'BEEK_ r DREWRY'S ALE AND STOUT BASS'S BI1TEU BEER 5 GUINESS'S DUBLIN STOUT Burke's Bottling. The finest malt tonic in the, world CANTRELL COCHRANE'S BELFAST GINGER ALE BLACKWOOD'S GINGEIt AND SODA SODA WATER APPOLLINARIS, WHITE ROCK AND RADNOR MINERAL WATERS Kept in the coolest of cellars. Phone 613 Prompt Deliver.v Store closed Friday, July 1st Edward Bliss and William Joy were found camped in coal shed. Bliss said he "was a lineman by trade and Joy a tinsmith. Both their homes were iu Ottawa, and they had been working their way west from Saskatchewan looking for work. They had met a friend of Joy's in the city, who promised to help them out, and were waiting for him when arrested. They were let go on their own re- cognizinnces to be of. good behavior. Clifford Martin, a tailor by trade, was coming from Nelson to Leth- bride. lie paid his fare as far as Macleod and stole a ride on the blind baggage of No. 8 to Lethbridge on Saturday evening and was nabbed just as he climbed oft. A. Hutton, merchant tailor, for whom Martin had v.-orked, gave him a good charac- EXAMINATION CANDIDATES At 9 o'clock yesterday morning the candidates tor the annual department- al examinations in Standards V and VI assembled in the Central school to hear the readings of the regula- tions governing the examination, and begin, their task of writing. The pre- siding examiners in Lethbridge centre arc D. S, M-jKerridier, B.A., and G. E. Bi'indow, of the Westminster school. Below are given in alphabetical or- der the names of candidates in each standard Standard Boniicll, Gordon Campbell, Carrie Cook, "Ag- nes Dowsett, Arthur Fisk, Mabel Fleet wood, Marion Frame, Helea Gai- vin, May Gray, Harold Gray, Carrie Goin, Edward llagell, Harold Han- cock, Etta Button, Stella Kennedy, Jennie' King, Mabel Lambert, Ruth Link, .Marion Olive Mason, Nora Mc- Cormack, Vera McInLyrc, Frank Mc- Nab, Gordon Macbeth, Delmar Mc- Queen. Walter Jack Oliver, Edward Patteson, Tom Pennefather, Charles Slade, Margaret Smith, Hel- LOCAL BUDGET icr, and he was fined ?r> and John Malonc anti Alsrc-d Kite also tole a rifle on No. S night. Jalone said he had just quit the em- ploy of the C.P.R., and Kite cxplain- d that he was called home from Cal- gary to Magrath owing to the illness of his sister. On the way from Cal- ary 10 Macleod he went to sleep ind had his money stolen so he could not buy another ticket. Both were ined 55 and costs. Alfred Parsons, who claimed he was i homesteader of Bow Island and came to Lethbridge to get a tooth pulled, infused io admit that he was trying to steal a ride when he was arrested. He was seeing a friend oft it started, vrhen he was grabbed and taken to the police court. A C.P. R. officer swore that he pulled Par- sons off the blind baggage just as the train started, and the magistrate chose to b'clieve the latter's story and fined Parsons five and costs. Parsons only had 15 cents and was put back into the cells for the time being. Chas. Moore, who described himself as a waiter and said he came from Virden, Mont., was charged with en- ticing passengers on the A. R. I. to gamble. Chief Gillcspie asked for a remand. Moore, he said, was a dope fiend, and card sharper, and was known as a "railroad worker." He understood he was wanted by the C.P.R. and the- Mounted Police. The remand was granted. ena Stewart, .Kathleen Virtue, Iliff Wit- Wallace, David h 'iK- ting, Martha- Yaal-ieckt. Standard Brodie, Lu clla Donaldson, Marion Fisher, Eth- el Howard Gay, Tom Hamil- ton, Mabel Hutton, Minnie Laverick, Norman Link, John Livingstone. ;Ar- thur Morgan, Edith McHardie, Anna Patteson, Elizabeth Pattcson, Grace Prousc, Ralph Shearer, Clarence Sher lock, Ross Sloan, Marion Smith. The majority of the candidates arc from the Lethbridge city schools, those from the surrounding-district being but few. Candidates for Stand- ard V. number 36, for Standard VI., 21, making( a total o' 57 candidates writing afc Lethbridge centre. The Imperial Service order has been, conferred by King George upon W. H. Mcllree, of the R.N.W.M.P. ReV, Thomas Bell, Conference Evan- gelist, spent Sunday night at West- minster parsonage on tits way from Coaldale to'his home in Calgary. The T. S. McKenzie Implement Ag- ency loaded six Canadian New Cea- tury Separators, manufactured by the Aultman-Taylor Co., Mansfield, Ohio, for Edmonton and -districts north. W. .1. Glass, while handling ahorse got a had kick in the' face. He lost several teeth and Dr. Mil- burn" found it necessary to take sev- eral stitches to close the cut. Mr. Glass is at his home and is not oth- erwise- Advertiser, Last Saturday evening about 5 o'clock a freight car jumped the track east of Westminster Rd. crossing and it was _pnly the of the' train" crew that saved the heavy freight train from serious de- railment. As it was, traffic de- layed for upwards of an hour 'ere the train was put to rights. There is now on exhibition in the office of L.yM. Harbeke, agent, an interesting curio." It con- sists of a bridle made of woven horse hair, and is so constructed that not a buckle iz to be seen in the make- up. The hair has been dyed every color of the rainbow, and authorities on. the matter proclaim the hridle to be a decidedly superior piece of work- manship. Not uninteresting is the fact that the bridle was hand-made in the penitentiary of Deer" Montana, by one of the imprisoned; inmates. Anybody passing Bawden Bros.' fur- niture store on Redpath street Sat- urday could riot help noticing tha very great improvement made in 'the appearance in the store, by the re- cent installation of a new front with modern, up-to-date lighting. The win- dow displayed a complete new line of baby carriages, and also showed a Lame shoulder Is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yield's quickly to the free applica- tion of Chamberlain's Liniment This iniment is not only prompt and ef- fectual, but in no way disagreeable to ise. Sold by all druggists. LOCAL BUDGET stand this enterprising firm are the exclusive agents. Many congratula- tory remarks were heard, passed b'y people attracted by the brilliancy and up-to-date appearance of this Leth- bridge's furniture store of modern ideas. Alfred Carss, partner of C. V. Ben- nett, has been appointed the first po- lice magistrate al Prince Rupert. Rev. D. Simpson, who has been en- gaged for some time past in connec- tion with Westminster church servic- es left yesterday for his new mission field at Sweet Valley, where he will be engaged for the summer months. The following players are to be at the Caledonian Hall on Wed- nesday at, 6.30 tor a match with tho Y.M.C.A.: Boss, Crawford, Ander- son, Mclndoo, Smith, Pago, Glen, Mclllvcnn, Oliver, Weymess, Moore, Mars. Reserves, Bennett and Gibb. The-Stafford-Agncw Co. received a shipment consisting of Jive carloads of general hardware Inst week. The entire amount is now marked anri placed in the company's warehouse, and includes many exclusive lines. IT. J, fJootlc has awarded ihc (ontrr.ct for the excavation of the basement of the new Knights of Py- thias building; in Block on thr- i'ast, side of Round street. No Heat Except Where Needed Dishes well cool. No u nde rdo ne food no overheated kitchen in summer. Everything hot when wanted. Heat un- der perfect control and concentrated. The blue flame is all dirt. These are some of the advantages in using the Cook-stove It has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot. Drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled towel racks. It has long turquoise-blue enamel chimneys. The nickel finish, with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove very attractive and invites cleanliness. Made with 1, 2 and S turners; tha 2 and 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. AST NOTE: EC sere get IMs tceltut rteniaie-piate reads ealer if not at yours, -write for Descriptive Circular to the nearest agency ofthe The Imperial OH Company, Limited.