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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Convenient LETHBftlDGE J f Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Dav Hotel Jn Be.t H.25 a Oa> Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS "Stay Satisfacto It Pays For Itself Why not have one? fo IavariaWy laj'sely for asd evenly browned bak- turned out with the Moaarcii range "e sMfl tbe be-re to there cover out rner and even :hec' a- oftea as aot ihc loa'''es out burned on oce half done CE the iS in Dan of flre dead Agent. fyr C Hick-Sehl Ready MJxed WHOESALE RETAIL REDpATH PHONE 762-P. o. BOX 670 .p.cfaj attention to orcfsr. KERR'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST have a Very Choice Selection Of Fruits And Tegetables la-Today Also A Car of Fancy Groceries from the'Coast The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Phone 145S OKDEK YOUK PRESERVING FRUIT NOW The'season Is almost over. We will have a carload of Italian Prunes from Washington next week. 3for quality you cannot beat this fruit. We will also have a car of other mixed fruits from Idaho and a car of vegetables from B.C. CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS WHOLESALE AND RETAiL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 525 PROMPT DELIVERY See Our Wi for Book Bargains Gift Lines 50 cents More Inside Block Hirst .door .-west. Union Bank fir THE STORE J. D, Higginbotham Co., Ltd. There Is no "better line of non-secret remedies than the Bexali line. If you are not satisfied with, the result ing these remedies take the -package Back to the Eexall Store and get your money back. Store Phone 1265. Family and Dispensing Chemists Night'and Day Telephone No 322 Night BeH on Front Door BUSINESS LOCALS Pictures changed tonight at the Su- reka. Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 j The Barrie Carriages and wagons are the best. Easton and Eckstonn I sell them. -Show room at Athletic) Park. 175-0 Call up CroTcn Cleaners, corner ol Redpath and Burdet-t streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Jhone 474. 172-0 CITY AND DISTRICT J. M. Oldhaza has purchased from 0. J. Lathrop the house formerly occu- !pied by the latter at 329 Ashinead street. E. W. A. ODell, of 'Washinsten, D. C.. general organizer of the Boot ;ind Shoe Union, who'has been in Leth- bridge for a "week" or so and -who spoke here .on Labor Day, left yesterday for Fort W. R. Skey, of Spokane, travelling pasenger aseiit of the A. R- I. is in the city today, in connection with a large Alberta 10 Pacific It's the same with as with -everything else. The largest stock means best grades, economical "buying and lowest selling prices. We have the largest 1 ex stock.of lumber and building material in Southern Alberta. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Co. v Phone coast cities, some time during forthcoming winter. the THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy...... 50 Calgary, cloudy 44 Lethbridge, raining. Winnipeg, cloudy 30 60 40 3-i 35 49 .16 .64 -So -00 The weather thrpjighout the prairie prorinces has been "cool, more espe- cially.jn Alberta, and--showery. Some Gold and showerv CJ. OUXLiC The y, M. C. A. and Caledonians (heavy rains in" Alberta play off their tie in ,the Wright Char-1 and Northern Saskatchewan.' :ty competition tomorrow evening -or Forecast Gait Square. Kick off at 6 p.m. snarp. I and showerv The Y. il. C. A. will be as fol- iows: Collier, goal; Home and East- fall Shaw and JVIc- ilveaa, halves; MatMas, Bell, .McKay. juingle and Clayton, forwards; Wilson and Cameron, sparemen. As a. team and wagon to (A. Patterson were being driven down Crabb street the sewer 'trench opposite isTo. 735 recently fil- local sleet or local showers of ram' or snow, frost tonight CiTY AND DISTRICT Against C...P, E. Method of .Paying Its.Tempo- rai-y Employees i 3 to and soaked bT> the rain, gave way, yesterday afternoon. ACCURACY in filling prescriptions is in- valuable to those who are in a precarious state of health, as well as to the druggist who values his., reputation as a careful, and exact pharmacist and chemist. We use nothing but the purest and freshest drugs, and we compound phy- sicians' prescriptions in the most careful and exact man- ner. llhrbi Brag and Book Co. Prescription Specialists A baby girl was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Spencer McCaig Crabb street Rev. Mr. Godmanr of Staunton, Al- ta., i-s.visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lytle at Westminster parsonage. Neil Stalker, mutton buyer for P. Burns Co., went to Calgary yester- day on business. ..There will be a meeting of the Red Rose Division-of'the Sons of England this evening at 8 p.m. .All members are to be present W. H. McLelland, of Conybeare, j Church and JttcArthur's law office I staff, left yesterday afternoon on a week's trip to Spokane and Seattle I At the police court this mornins Alex. Dunbar, a carpenter, pleaded guilty to creating a disturbance yes- terday evening on Redpath street bv being drunk. He paid a'fine of and costs. T- manager of the 0 vv. K.err Co., has purchased from C P Daniel the latter s fine residence" kt Sf v' ?ee-S Tbe price 00. Mr. Daniel is living in his handsome house on his farm just east of the experimental farm its neck in -the trench. With some difficulty it was extricated without sustaining any injuries of consequence. This morning two drays were mired front of the Westminster School 'or about an hour. One of them be- longing to the Taylor Milling- Co., sank down to the hubs ajid reo.uired four horses to pull it out after the load had been removed. Two of the city em- ployes were sent up and they filled in i terminate the -eneral "SSUs other teamsters nf tho 3. g __ often heard before" E-W ,e .jyiBJTj months- trip to the old country on Sat- .urday next. He replied for and -re- ceived leave of absence from the TRYING TO SETTLE THE LOCK- OUT OF BOILERMAKERS Glasgow., sept. fi.-A step was tak- en here by the executiv and yet he is told that he has to until the fifteenth of tMs month Set his wages- If he cannot get nv. other he must wait around'for two weeks to get four weeks' wases and in the meantime like many other I has nothing to live on dur- the ing the time he is waiting Th other teamsters of the danger also dug trenches to drain the pooN of water off the roadway and side- walks on the low ground to the west of Westminster Rd iSO 000 '0 SOIae lockout was man P the that comPanies. e -should pay a man as soon as he is He claims thal BORN THOMPSOX-At se o -Monday, Sept. 5th., to Mr. and' Mr beo. A. n Ware We, can furnish tlie most up-to-date Weddmg Bouquets, made of the Choicest Flowers at reasonable prices F! II Comer Ashmead'and Dufferin Phoce 577 III Are The People to Your Dispensing We Lave liad over twenty years' experience, all that time keeping fnlly abreast of every' improvement In both method and drugs. Our dispensary is stocked only chemically pure high grade drugs and chemicals. Only graduates dispense Prescription What you bake and make, what you eat in, should have special attention. If you use cheap enamel ware you will soon see ft chin and crack, and where it doss chip and crack you will find that you can't get that part vican. If you can't get it clean, do you stui want to Jt. O.ur Canada Kitchen Ware has two more coats of enamel, more than the ordinary ware, and won't chip or crack and can be kept clean. CANADA WARE by the failure of the to live up to the national agreement in regard to arbitration before any strikes were declared. The officers of the Boilermakers Society issued a circular to-day to all the district delegates ordering them to have a ballot taken in reference to honoring the assurance, in regard to strikes which was declined by the masters. The result of the bailor will be known on September 9. to hire a man Co. OUR BEST RECORD Our record for giving our customers good stock, cour- teous treatment and a square 2eal is that we have a right to be proud of. That's our only bid for TOUR pat- ronage. We'll give you tbe 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 of any kind, don't fail to come in ajid get our prices. That's all we get our prices. If we can't show you the. advantage in -ouy- (Tig here, then don't buy from us. Bogers-CoiiningteiH iBiDfiep Compaq, limitsd ACADIA BLOCK Yard, Phprta 5ZS Yard, Phsne 413 man has suould have power to he exercises his power to lay him off Other companies he says, do it and why not the C. P. R.? "jn the mean-1 time he is wondering hbw he is go- 2ns to live while he is wyxiting for his if he does not get any other This is an interesting problem. He has told it to some others" besides the Herald and they are going to ask the railway commission either how to solve the problem or compel the C. P. R. to do away with the necessity Tor having it to solve. ALDERSYDE LI i BE Calgarv, Sept. E. Way, of Al- dersyde, general merchant, was in the city last night on his way West for la holiday visit. Mr. Way reported that the work of grading the Carmangay -to Aldersyde is.being rushed.ahead, and will he pJeied in about two 'months. J. A. Sandgren. chief contractor, has parties of sub-contractors working all along the right of. way. Work on the bridge across High wood river will be commenced shortly, and it is expect- ed that the steel will be laid this fall. Mr. Way says that with the com- pletion of the line Aldersyde will be- come a busy market town, and that considerable grain wili be shipped from that point this year. A large area has been seeded to fall wheat since the rains start- ed, and the growth has been very rapid. Most of the fields are quite green, and the prospects for-a good crop next year are exceedingly good. An American proposes to erecL a j factory in Winnipeg for raaking flax j fibre, from western grown straw. NOEL'S MEATS. FOWL AND PASTE IN GLASS We Have: CHICKEN, TONGUE, HAM TURKEY AND TONGUE. ETC. Also A Full Line Of LIME JUICE, GRAPEFRUIT, ROOT BEER, ETC. ock Viiier SHERuOCK BUILDING FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 Patrons are Loud in their praises of Rochqn's Cafe The menu always is appetising, tempting, satisfy- ing; Afternoon Teas a Bros. LOST The time you have wasted, in putting on that trashy hard-ware. You could have FOUND the REMEDY By looking; over o.ur large, well assbrt- ed stock of PETERBOROUGH LOCK CO.'S GOODS Bring in your plans. We will figure with you. Hardware Co., Dufferin. Round Streets We Ship out of Town- 'Daily those who are fond of good living patronize the and enjoy their meals. Everything about the Alexandra is the best that can be procured Prices to suit everybody Now under personal supervision of the proprietor M. a MURRAY no more tkan ordinary foi 25c or 16 tickets for a dollar, Pkone 794 and try a loaf, and see kow muck better value you get for your money GiLMORE, THE BAKER Russell Street, JSTorth Ward. In Our Ladies' 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 Ruchings, l-Over Laces and Trimmings ioe oeetley Lid. .t ;