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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ruff tUi TO ALL Hotel Windsor Diy l 'In The Lethbridge Daily Herald 4. J WHEN IN LCTMUMIDQI. TLe Dallas Hotel U mid Moil Convtn- lint Place to Wtt Jf SHI tWIH-WlLLIiHIS MASTER HOUSE PAINTERS' SPECIALTIES Nine good varnishes that fit into the every day work of the practical painter, and that can always bu depended upon to do good work. Forchurch ami school irork. The Mis- e.-j'Drycr. A liquid posurc. Ask us about S. W. V. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. p. O. Box 670 Wo Give Scsclal Altenllo.1 'I- Mail Oriisr, SECOND-HAND TYPKYVKITERS FOR SALE CHEAP EMPIKE. TOX AM) liEMINGTOA'S ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS The Value of Pure Drug's and the Necessary Experience in Compounding Tbe value of Medicine lies equally between the purity and pow- er of the drugs ;iwl the method and manner nr their compounding. The drugs- we offer arc strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will be com- pounded rigni. Bring all your prescriptions hero to bo .filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. .....A.'B. R'.PLEY, MANAGER, PHONE 773 WHO FILLS YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS? You will do well to lei us fill your pre- scriptions. Every chemical in our Pre- scription Department represents the highest known quality. Every prescription is put up by thoroughly registered graduate nharmacists. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS to JOHNSTON A JACKSON. HERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1231 MANUFACTURERS OF EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS TENDERS EsUmttes given and prompt delivery guaranteed of ail building Steel. Hollow Brlok. Metal lath. Platt Qlali. Mortar Stain. Corner Bead. Wall Wall Plugs. Duplex MMer Mosaic Till. Insulating fdaterijl. Store Fronts. Expansion Bolts and Anchors. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. EXTRA SPECIAL PRICE ON APPLES For a lew days only. These apples are all guaranteed good sound stock with a fine flavor, and are suitable for eating or cooking. The only objection is that they are a small size ONLY 34 CASES Special price while they last, per.large case or 5 for 2Sc THE GOOD COMPANY MAIN STORB ROUND ST. 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE RETAIL OUFFERIN ST. BRANCH PHONE I2T CITY AM) DISTRICT Mr. and Mrs. Howcl! Harris left nn 'lie nfU'imum train for thriv liome at How Island. I) fiilnerl, "i linn's hardware I'Slunlislmil-ni. leaves Umislit spracl the and Labor Day with fril'iiils at Niintiin. Chief .los. Gillesuie left ihis morn- ill" for a mim'.li's huliday at Man- hat tail. DurinK his absence Ser.ct. Silliker will hold the position as aciina-ohiei of the pi.lieoi force. Yesterday afternoon C. P. K- en- sine Xo. tt-enl off the tracts in the yard, alter the locals had passed through, but was., to the I rails after a couple, of hours' strenu- ou's labor on the part of the wrcck- irit; crew. I Tiie Herald announced in error yes- I icnliiy that, there would be a meeting joi tiie Trades and Labor Council this The meeting be held tomorrow aiternoon at o'clock and be addressed by Pies. Waiters Oi the H. C. Federation of Labor. Kagan arrived in the city Thursday morning on a visit to his cousin. Owen Delay. After visiting here lor a few (inys he will coiilinuejj i his journey to Nanton and C'. Mr. Raskin and Mr. Delay have not met ior 311 years. At police court this inornin? Tims. YVinnicott appeared on the charge of SE-rious boVlily injury to -I. Sel- by during a ilrunketi on Wed- nesday Seiliy was removed from the hospital last night, but, was unable to appear in court so the case was remanded till next District Court, was held yesterday afternoon before .ludirc Crawford, of Maclcoil. only was tried, that of HaiTW-cstcr, of Taher, for carrying concealed weapons. The j court sentenced him to fil'teen days j in the Mounted Police barracks hern. I V. of Wilson Riding, i had the misfortune tn of his fingers yesterday afternoon while workins about his .threshing machine. He was hurried to Lethhridge where his injury was attended by Dr. Mc- Xally, and returned to his farm this morning. Kennedy Hall is now undergoing a complete renovation nnd is being fit- ted up for n Lodge Room, which no i doubt will by the lodg- !es of North l.eihhiidgc. Box ball alleys for howling purposes are being installed in the barber shop and pool room in the basement of the build- ing. O. T. i.athrop, John Mcf'aim and others living in the city, who have {farms in the Coaldale district, arc 25c SATUKDAV SPECIAL BAKGAIAS CAKE PLATES 25c SALAD BOWLS 25c SPOON TRAYS -.....25c VASES, Cups 4, Saucers 25c COCOA POTS......25C POWDER BOXES 25c HAIR RECEIVERS 25c Odd lines we arc going to cler.r to make room for our Fall Stock, etc. SEC OUR WINDOWS- KIRK HAM BROS ONLYMEDIGNES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been, our rule for near- ly quarter of a 'century. Please Seep the Dominion sta- have consideration for our employees .hy making your ordinary purchases on week days. 'U Please riotfe change in Sunday and Hol- iday hoiirs> 11 A.M. to 'i P.M. 4 P.M. to 5 P.M. 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. For-other urgent calls use phone 322 or Night Bell Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephonea No. 322 Night Bell oo Front Door "THE BLUE BIRD" Creat interest is being manifested in the approaching visit of Miss Kdna j Sutherland, Canada's most accomplish- j cd reader, who. on Tuesday u veil ing, September 5, will give im live reading of Miiutcrlluck's great j masterpiece "The nine under j the auspices of the V. C. A., in i j tlieir own hull. This notable work, which has created such intense inter- est throughout ihe entire dramatic world, is in reality an exijuisite fairy tale, b-oing the story of two children wandering through strange meeting the strangest of characters, j in "search of the blue bird, whirh is the symbol of happiness. j I -Miss Sutherland's impersonation j of the various characters, her own descriptions of the many lauds visit-j cd, and the wonderful story told, are j all of absorbing interest, and a great treat is anticipated. No doubt the V. M. C. A. will be crowded to the doors on this occasion. SS LOCALS Call 666, the Uthbrirtge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 327 Round St, 210-0 H. E. Browning, expert piano tun- jmunli pleased that their farms have ingi witi, jvison Risch Piano Co., connoch-il lo tiie city by a rural j 701. 700-0 lelpphoiie service. Nearly every farm j phnne 733 for general draying. cartage Co. 2011-23 Drs. He Vebcr and Campbell have iremnvcd to their new offices, Koyafll Block. Phone 305. 221-12 ;1o lhe south and east of 'the city lias now a direct telephone communica- tion wiih the city, and the farmers are finding it a fcroat convenience. At a meetiiiK of the Quarterly Of- ficial lioanl of Westminster church t five elagaiit upright held on Thursday evening last, and one player piano had increase ui two hnndrcd dollars to- a( the lair, are now on j wards HIP pastoral support was al greatly reduced prices. Come Jed. Td Wm. Westcott was granted on j am] Ki.c. Mason Kiscll, Ltd., cxhurliT's license, and Mr. fi. Kan-; nominlon Illbek. 218-0 'deisou was appointed delegate tn the j local, barber shops jiiiianrinl district meeting to be held on Monday, Sept. '1th, Labor Wesley church on the- Sth of Ken-I ami a public holiday. 219-4 ''rJ's'ie.m, exeavating mnchins tlml v- "f lllc Ma8ratl1 1J'- ifot the past three weeks has wn ;n 'oncer, is spcndini; the day in the city. I operation on Westminster iioad iiiis A. H. Toe was lined twenty dol- ;cnmplctnil Ms work on that street, j Ian and crwits this morning for being hniving from 7lh HI., X., south i intoxicalcrt while inlcidictcii. This Id) the railway. U is now working 'li th" 'lllrillK 'cast from there on First St., N'.iwenk that this man has paid out j A large gang are at work on various Ifii'od money for forbidden 'parts of the road laying the sewer; and filling in the excavation. CARD OF THANKS E. W. Wasnich, of Pioneer, Ohio, i Professor Bozlec, Clairvoyant, who in tin- city yesterday on his way is leaving your (own 'J'uesday, Sept. iron, northern Alberta, where he in- fj, wishes to thank his many acqnaint- vested in some land (tn the Grand .nice-; made during bis lew days' i Trunk Pacific. Speaking oi the d-Mny, Mid will give readings Monday fects of reciprocity. Mr. Wasnich said II p m. Do not fail to improve this that if Canada passed it. a great: opportunity to learn your real situa- j many farmers from Ohio would come tionl, Kptini 33, Arlington, 10 to 12 iip ifito this country to settle. In'a.m., I to 0 p.m., an'd 7 lo 11 p.m. KUBELIK Of Kuhelik. who appears In'Leth- bridge on November !M, Miller Ular, a musical critic of the re- ferring to the Kubelik concerts in Chi- cago, given "In conjunction with the famous Thomas orchestra, -wrote: "The enormous audience, which peeped over the platform from the front rows of parquet chairs, -and down -froin the top row of the upper- most gallery, which is right next to the ceiling, and out from the boxes on the floor, all gay with tnshionahle folk and a-glitter jewels and finery, sat through the Jong programme like a hungry child, waiting to be fed and crying for more. "Kubelik has grown in the years that have elapsed since first he em- ulated the example of the pied piper in the Mother Goose Rhymes and play ed the world off its feet; played jew- els rind, decorations out of the coffers of kings and emperors; played kisses from the greatest women in the world; played thousand's into an art- istic frenzy: played his own youthful genius into the souls of those who may never know genius save as k is whispered into their ears hy the gods of earth. "He has lost some of his boyish rawness and timidity; he has studious ly eliminated the eccentric, in pose and mannerisms: "out for all that, dur- ing the long orchestra! prelude, you could see the fire burning him. Ho swayed lightly on his feet, toyed nervously wii.h his chin rest, fingered the strings of his gift of an shook his long black locks, very much as'you will see a, spirited horse champing when it is eager to be off in a race. "And then Kubelik played, "fn the three movements of the con- certo there were extensive periods when the virtuoso played alor.o, and tbe twenty-eight, violinists of I'the or- cnestra sat like statues, with an eager awed expression that said plainer than words: 'You arc the master.' "Five times he was recalled and live times he bowed gravely and re- j insert an encore. i "Mis last number, the "Witches' by Pagitnini, was like a des- sert after a banquet. It developed r.s none of the proceeding numbers had done, the incomprehensible perfection of the artist's bowing and fingering and the verve of his execution. r. o. BOX- 270 324 SIXTH ST. 3. PHONE 531 In1 has just about made up Ins mind to sell out and come himself if the pact is adopted. Any questions involv ng friends or relatives, not in person, kindly bring pictures sead free. NERVY ITALIAN SOAKED HARD j Toronto, Sept. sat smoking a cigarette, nnd fooling around with a banjo, and he just laughed at me when I asked him to settle." This was the plaint of James Mcttrlrie. wholesale i truit dealer, describing the altitude of Joseph Ambrose, on Italian fruit; merchant, who was charged with in- j tent to defraud his creditors by mak- ing a transfer of property. Different creditors testified of goods which they had supplied him neve? been rnpaid. Mr. Louis Meyd, acting for the cred- itors, showed that over worth of truit had been purchased and never n cen) being paid for thorn.' Ambrose having no money to make any returns. "1 is every evidence of J fraud nnd I will impose n fine of nnd costs or DO said (lie magistrate, Interesting Household Items Ho re's a chance to snvc money! Our staple department was never more complete. Wo are .showing a full range of genuine I rish linen table covers and napkins; drawn and embroidered fancy linens. Covers and Napkins shamrock'. Covers 72 x 90. N'npklns 24 x 24. and the set. i t'j CiuwiMilL.. Table covers in a variety of palterus. gizi, jig x ]2o 2U x 21 1-2. Price per IT ttamiftfl r'ilVIMX S'XGB to each lICililHMl Kapking, ranging in price from to per dot Pml Wm'ii'ulu I'hiln wbite and colored spreads, onr SATUR- t .MLS DAy si'ECIAlj SPHIOAD. Of medium size. Only SPKCiAL HOTKL SIZE SPREADS CUI.UHKO 1 Vnox 'v heavy flannelette nig in neat plaid de- deigns. A rug sultjible for many travelling, camping, knee rug ivlion drivlns. Vours The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. The Crack Shots of Lethbride Sovereign Shells WHY? Because they're sure duck killers Get my prices on all sporting goods be- fore buying. You will save money Arthur Hayr Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 2Sc 35c 4Oc SOc A Prominent Says: "My wifosays she will never bake another loaf as long as she cr.n get Quaker Bread. It is the best we ever ate." Name on Application MADAM; This same customer was offered bread 20 per cent, cheaper than curt, but refuied It and the quotation wai hep reason why. GILMORE 1810 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Famous 'Minerva' Paints Made by t 'inchin Johnson Co. in England since 1834 Now prepared at. tlieir factory in Toronto. Contain absolutely the highest grade in- predient.s possible (.0 secure. 1'ull line for all requirements. House Finishes, Erinniels, Floor Taints, Shingle Stains, Hani and Factory Pa in Is. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd CORNER ST. AND 4TH AVE., LETHBRIDOE. ;