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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Ki A Convenient Tfce Dallas to Stay WHEN IN LETHBR1DQE Hotel Windsor Beet a Day Hotel in a Da> Alberts FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Why not have one? in fler baking' will invariably appre- ,.who takes .DRAFT. it for beautiful .and erssly browned bak- turned out with the MonarcH nange. ardinary range you shift the pans from here to there cover brown paper and even then, as often as loaves -mu-oome" out burned on one done on the other. because "the fire is hot in one Dart of the fire box and dead draft through that side or end'of tfie firebox on tne damper openings happen to be. kind not onlv does poor work but it wastes a lot of down with the ?6 aH-tMs is overcome by admitting air under at the same time- fe accomplished by the .DUPLEX DRAFT which has two draft doors situated diroctlv r opposit each-other on the front and back of the raSe aherwin-WWJamt Ready Mixed Paint Mick-Sehl Hardware Si- 4 RETAIL REDPATH STREET PHONE P. O. BOX 670 f attention .to mall :See our oo-is Paper at. Haif Price. Latest Copyright s Block first door -west1 Union Bank Afthti ftr Undtrwotri Typt> writw Phone JLBSOLTJTE sjLTISFACTIOJNT There are not-many drugs thaVybn aT2Quatn.ted aad ,-when' you "boy them you prohahly have to-rely-on tihe man who In the selling of drugs 'we. guarantee absolute satisfaction, absolute reliability, -parity- and- potency. You get a service here that is guaranteed In every way to give you satisfaction. Prescription Specialists DISCUSS PROJECT 'TO RAISE THE MAINE Taft the Plan Suggested New York Contractor Beverly, Mass., Aug. F. P'Rourke, a New sub- mitteu'to .President 'fait today plans to raise the ..battleship Maine, sunk in poure.d. ,for_ two hours. Mr -O'Raarke left tie summer capital with meet the president in .Washington-; during the last week in September when definite action will be taken." The plan. provides for raising the Maine by .pneumatic caissons and steei cables. The_ship -will be preserved in- tact, Mr. O'RoufKe says, with every evidence of the disaster which she may bear, and may be home by-Christ- About 1000 men be required to the jacks and other evinip- it is proposed that the gov- ernment furnish all or a part of this force, calling out a regiment if neces- The duck Season suggests a Thermo Bottle This bottle will keep liquids hot for 24 hours and cold 72. There is nothing'like a ho't drink of coffee-.directly after a cold-drive or after wading. You a fire. All that, you'have to do.-.-ia-- pour ..the ;hot liquid from, the bottle and enjoy life. For sale at Store Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No .322 Night BeH 6a Front Door KERB'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST Very Choice Crawford Peaches, Very Choice Plums Per Very Choice Pears Bartlett, per case Table Apples, per box Cooking Apples, box Water Melons, each......50c Sweet Potatoes, 3 fbs. ,..25c Oranges, doz.-----40c and 5Qc Lemons, per dozen.......45c Don't Buying Those Very Choice Peaches The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 63 34 Calgary, 50 42 .2fi Lethbridge, 51 36 Winnipeg, cloudy 65 50 .42 The weather has been -showery over the prairie provices except in North- ern Saskatchewan, and it has -been quite cool in all districts, especially so in Alberta and Southern and East- ern Saskatchewan. FORECAST All fair and cool, bat some, local showers in the southern portion. BUSINESS LOCALS Caledonian initia- tion of the season to take place to- night, all new members are requested to be aa the hall at S-.30 sharp. Dance will take place at 10 p.m. All lad- ies are cordially invited. Call the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- age delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 The Barrle Carriages and wagons are the best. Eastoa and, Eckstorm sell them. Show room at Athletic 'ark.' 175-0 Call up Crown Cleaners, comer ol Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site 474. ORDER YOUR PRESERVING FRUIT NOW The-season is almost, over. We will'have a carload of Italian Prunes from Washington next week. For quality you eannut beaffthis fruit. We will also have a car of other mixed fruits from Idaho and a car of vegetables from B.C. THE GOOD GO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 PROMPT DELIVEPY "N i 'nl-T u da SOUTH ALB] LUMBER Co. Phone 454 OTY AND DISTRICT Constable John Taylor, of the eitv police force, has resigned. Eobt. Wilkinson, Ark'ona, Ont. is Ms brother, D. A, Wilkicpon McKay St. Mrs. Jas. Bullied, of Peterboro, Ont., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Iren street. The shooting case in which Sergt. Egan is concerned, -was yesterday re- manded for eight days. E. Cl Baines returned yesterday ai- tepoon_ from a trip to Edmo'Eton dis- trict, sizing up the probable grain yield. another column the provincial 'government public department is calling'for tenders for the inside for the provincial jail build- T. S. McKenzie left this morning on a week's business trip to Winnipeg The next big event will be the cele- brated lecture by Rev. Dr. Cleaver, of Toronto, which takes place on Tuesday evening next in Wesley church. More people have heard the lecture on "Jean Valjean" than any other delivered in Calada. The admis- sion will be 50c. CITY AND tflSTFUCT- C. McjS7ish. superintendent of eov- ernment telephones, was in the city Edmonton. A. P. Torrance, "of Clinton, Ont., is in the city, visiting his brother. John Torrance, of the Herald staff. A. K. Aslet, pf "the provincial peni- tentiary staff oi brick lavers, spent j Sunday _with friends in North Lcth- bridge. G-eorgc Lane, the well known horse! breeder of High River, was in the city vesterday to hear Sir Laurier. W. J. Tregillus, Caleary, Jas. Bow- er, Red Deer, and Edward J. Innisfail, leading members of the United Farmers' Association of A1-: berta, were in the city yesterday. SURVEYOR DROWNED AT GRAND RAPIDS j Edmonton. Sept telegram this: morning from Athabasca states W. H. Ssrby, Dominion .surveyor. drowned in Athabasca! i river at Grand Rapids. Nine days ago j he was walking along the -river and' j fell in. It. is thought that he had an j attack -of heart failure. Deceased's wife resides in Toronto. The river I at that point is very rapid and danger- i ous owing to rocks. Only last year Count Von Haramersteln's upset and the -Count thrown uncon- scious on shore by the eddy, while Ms two companions were drowned. CLOSE ME 0i feefc Ratepayers fey Evenly X Divided (Special loathe Pincher Aug. votr- ing on the plebiscite here today -which determined the location of' tie sta- tion for the .new railway was-'marked by an absence of any excitement what- ever. The ballots -were printed in the order of A and B. the foricfir for the site at- the extreme end of Main street, and latter for the site in proximity to the Herroa pro- perty further cast. The votes were 43 for the first named, and 45 for the one spoiled bal- lot for the A 'proposition. This de- cision will place the station a short, distance irom the. .business centre of the town, but .at the same time 'will do away with the necessity 01 anv greatly outlay on--the part of .the corporation. 16 Ottawa, ;_Sepfr. Canadian customs.k.revenue ''continues--to' roil up and 'show large comparative increas- es.. .'Por -the month- of-August the re- ceipts- totalled as 'coin- pared with in August, an increase of the five months ending today tap. is Iij the .corresponding "period last year the total was" 611 The increase'is _ City., Montreal -Toronto i Winnipeg Vancouver 'Ottawa Quebec Calgary victoria Halifax Hamilton John .Edmonton iRegina 'Monthly 'Bant- Clearings Aug. 1S10. 1009. S141.44S 158 24969077 S 259'314 5 323 4924173 ,i COTTON MILLS CLOSE DOWN AT BOMBAY FOE PICKLING PRESERVING: Hulxber Rings, Corks., Was, Paraffin, Pure Spices, 'Try us for spices this season. JflllifeiiJlElSOl] Prescription Draggists our itchen may be battered uo and leak. Bo not attempt to have it re- paired but throw it away and let us supply you with some of our CANADA which will not leak, and will look neat and new, and wear for years. There is a great satisfaction in having your kitchen neatly fitted up. and our Special CANADA BLUE ENAMEL WARE will lend to it a brightness of -appearance that will make things taste better. Bombay, consequence of the high .price of cotton and the general depression in trade, seven cotton mills here have announced that they will close'down Sept. 30. Seven thousand hands will be affected by this curtailment and dozen other mills'axe expected to follow, suit. Total A FUNERAL AT PINCHER CREEK Co. aa-au- OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving-our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square 2eai is one that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only hid for TOUR pat- ronage. 'We'll give you. the oest of everything at the best prices. And that's about all anybody can do. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sash, doors, or building ma- terial any kind, donrt tail to come in and get our prices. That's all we gef our prices. If we can't show you the advantage in ouy- Ing here, then don't buy from us. Rogers-Ciiiiniiigliam LBiDber Conpany, liiolteil ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, I2S Yard, Fischer Creek, Aug. fun- eral of the late Walter G. Cox took place this afternoon' under the com- bined auspices of the Knights -of Py- thias, and the local fire -brigade. A desultory rainfall, commencing the evening previous, did not rrevnt Knights of Pythias and fire brigade from attending .the funeral in large numbers. Service was held at St John's church by Rev, J. D. Hull and" at the cemetery -by the K. of P. At Che conclusion of the latter the Pin-, cher Creek quartette sang "Remember I Me, Oh Mighty One." The casket was carried on a fire ladder, fol lowed by the Knights of Pythias and the numerous wreaths on the casket contributed -by the K. of P., fire bri and citizens, told their own story as -to the high respect in which de- ceased was held in the community. School opened here for the fall term Thursday morning'. TURKS GIVE PRIVILEGE 70 FOREIGN INSTITUTIONS Constantinople, Sept pro- iiegdtiaLions a decision has been obtained from the council of the state approving the action of the council of ministers in which all eign educational and benevolent is> stitutions are exempted from the pro- visions of the Ottoman law. Besides being freed from numerous restric- tions these institutions are to hold landed property. STEAME-R AGROUND Alpena, Mich., Sept. pass steamer Lake Land, running be-< tween Port Huron, Mich., and Duluth, went hard aground on a rock here, yesterday while entering a slip. Many of the 200 passengers will be- releas- late today proceed on her NEW- NOEL'S MEATS, F.OWL'AND PASTE IN GLASS Wejaave: CHICKEN, TONGUE, TURKEY AMD TONGUE, ETC. Also A Full Line Of JUICE, GRAPE FRUIT, ROOT BEER, ETC. Craddpck Vi ner SHERuOCK BUILDING. FAMILY GROCERS ;PHONE 515 A Specialty Extensive line of POT PIES, PASTRY AND DELICACIES Served Promptly We stand for Duality. IOR The time you have wasted in putting m that trashy hard-ware. uYou could have the REMEDY By looking: over o.ur large, well assort- ed stock of PETEBBOROUGH LOCK CO.'S GOODS Bring in your plans. "We will Cgurt with you. The McKeown Hardware Go., Ltd. Dufferm 6s Round Streets We SMp but of Town Daily All Tastes, Appetites and Purses are Satisfied at tbe Ike City's Popular Dining Parlor Now .under personal supervision of the proprietor N. H. MURRAY ALWAYS REMEMBER IS different from the ordinary bread It nas sucK a sweet, .nutty flavor Phone or ask your grocer Russell Street. North Ward. In -Our Ladies5 Wear Department Special line of Ladies' Special line of Ribbon at 15c yard, 2 yards for 25c Auto New Veilings, per yard...............40c, 50c, 60c New Collars, Belts and RucHngs, All-Over Laces and Trimmings ;