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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VMM ALt TRAIN! Windsor Cay UeM In The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN J The Dallas Httcl 4. li arid Canvtrv tL lint Place. fe Stay SHL TWIN-WILLIAMS MASTER HOUSE PAINTERS' SPECIALTIES Nine good varnishes that fit into the every day work of the practical painter, and that can always be depended upon to do good work. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. res Olvt Attention Mail Ordarn GRAMAPHONES How would you like a good machine without a horn for Come and hear it. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY BLOCK riBST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Tbe Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary i Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies eciually between the pnnty and pow- er of the drugs and the method and manner o' their compounding. The drugs we offer are strictly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will be com- pounded rigni. .7 Brmp all your prescriptions here to bo filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B, R'.PLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 77Z A SLUGGISH LIVER makes one feel drowsy, dull, not really sick, but far from well. OTTB LITTLE LIVEE PILLS 'will do for the liver what nature refuses to do for it. This remedy will work q.uiokly and effectively. This is not a "cure all" but a .positive remedy that has actually cured many a stuhborn case. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS' SusceiMrt t. JOHNSTON A JACKSON. tHERLOCK BLOCK. 123Z. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS TENDERS ind prompt dillvtry gunnntsed of ill building Mortar 8Uln. Will Plugi. Corner Bod. Miterisl. Steel. fcri.k. LMh. aixi. Will Tlei. Mosaic Tile. Intulitlng MiUrlil. More Expansion BoltB and Aiiohors. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. Another Carload of Assorted Fruits From flio State Washington to arrive thi.s week. Tills car will vontiiln principally Crawford and Klbortu Freestone Poaches, will be Llio lust of this ycasoii; Fancy Kod Hntiui; Apples; BarileU and. Flemish Ucauttie Pears, Crab Aupltis, Hook; Ford Sweet Potatoes; Watormeloue; Cucumbers, Ureon ;ind Ripe Tomatoes. tins space for Kcsorvc your orders for Italian Preserving Prunes. We will Imvc a car of Extra Fancy Slock about Sept. ID. rice nn c! quality guaranteed. 11AIN STORE ROUND ST. r-i.-nvg 525 THE GOOD COMPANY HIGH CLASS GROCER3 OUFFERIN IT. ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY BRANCH WHOLESALE HETAIL PHONE THE WEATHER Kdraonton, clear Calvary, clear Leililifidgf. (air. Winnipeg, fair.......... clear 75 -16 Nelson 65 'ls Fine weather has been general throughout the prairie provinces. Temperatures have risen somewhat, hut have been quite 'cool at most points during Ihe night. FORECAST All to- day, and on Sunday a little higher temperatures. CITY AND. DISTRICT IOC APIECE 10c M. T. Buchanan, oi Ingersoll, Ont., is in the city. j .1. Urudshmv. Ihe prominent Ma- j grath farmer and stockman, is in the city today on business. 5 Risliop Levi Marker and F. W. Knr- ren, of Magrath, were in town last I night. lion. A. .McLean, of Tuber, pro- jrincial secretary, is spending a few i days in the city on business. 1C. .1. Middleton, formerly of the i lou'u-Alliertu Land Co., and now of jManchusler, Iowa, is spending a week in the city on business. S V. Kvans, oi this city, left yes- terday for Parkland, where he will spend the next iew days looking ni- ter his crops in that vicinity. I W. MacDonafd, oi the city electric I JHpht department staff, leaves this; j afternoon for Caigary and Banff for a week's holiday. L. IT. Wilkcs, physical director at the Y.M.C.A., will address Wesfmins- ter .Sunday school on temperance to- morrow. Miss Kinney, an experienced trim- mer, who has at-tendcd the millinery openings in Chicago, Minneapolis, and Si. Paul, will take charge of the trimrninn room at the Lethbridge Millinery Co.'s. Renovations are being made on St. Andrew's church, ,Xorth Lethbridge, and windows are being fitted with glass brought from Winnipeg to take thc place of that damaged by the re- cent storms. Rev. T. C. Buchanan, of Calgary, Supt. of Methodist Missions for the province of the city yesterday in attendance at finan- cial meeting of the Let-hbridge dis- trict of the Methodist conference. Matsen and Carlson, contractors, tonk out 3 building permit this, morn- ing for tije now Hardievillc school to be erected this fall. The amount of You know our bargains. Well, here's some more: Bread Mut- ter Plates Breakfast Plates. Sauce Dishes. Odd Glass Tumblers. Cups and Saucers. Cream Jugs. These are lines we must move need the room. You can probably n-alf dozens of the same pattern. If you do yo.u'Il be pleased. -SEE OUR WINDOWS lOc 10c lOc 1Gc lOc 10c 10c lOc 10c 10c Phone 55fe ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rnto for near- ly quarter of a century. Please Seep the law a Dominion sta- tute and have consideration tor our employees By making your ordinary on week days. Please note change in Sunday-arid Hol-- 1 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. 4 P.M. ..tol'5 P.M. 9 P.M.: to i P.M. for other urgent calls use phnne 322 or Nighf Bell J.D. ltd Family and DIsueualoE Chemists Night and Day Telephonea No. -322 Night Bell oa .Front Door CITY AND DISTRICT All cadets who have been attending High school are requested to meet with Physical Director Kilmer on ;he permit was The morning at nine o'clock at Trill he a onc-store.v, two-roomed j the school, structure which will be a credit to j Thc work connoction wilh that part of the city. the Colltts st. Mati a flnish and lhls mmt ,vill be completed todav. on olhcrs wil, bc. rapldl M innj thc .-_ Tlie __________________________228-2x BUSINESS LOCALS Call CCS, the LeUibridgc Hcssengtt Service tor quick rnessago and bag- gage delivery. Office 327 Round St. j Special services will be held in js S. A. Barracks. Meetings will be held I br the S. A. Band, under the leader- ship of Bandmaster Gnllamorc. Meet- ings .Saturday S p.m., Sunday 11 a. M., .1 p.m. and 7.30 p.tw. Musical festival on Sunday afternoon. Rvrrv- bodr welcome. .12 f. Mil, St., K. A I who have been identified with thc Christian Church elsewhere, arc cordially invited to attend these 'meetings. Waiter Davidson, of Kipp, is so- journing with Rev. A. A. Lylle for 23G-I j a few days, and was a delegate to Whniir are yc gaun the nicht, .lock? j llio recent lin.incial meeting at ffes- I'm caun lae the Pity Bakery tac le.v chiircli. Rev. Oeorgc Ferguson al- get son.1? o' Ihe gnid iMat- pics they spent a icw days in the city in nt- hao tac mak. tendance at the same function. For 'cleaning, pressing, repairing I J. N'. Mizncr, of Haltimorc, Mary- anil alterations, phone lOid, Kings- 'anil, arrived with his wife and fam- ton, thc tailor. 224-5 II. M Hrownirig, export piano tun- CITY AND DISTRICT A large of men are engaged at laiing of cen.K'iit sidewalks, twelve tee I in widlli. running from llth to 13fh street, on 1st Avp., S. That bc- twcfn Ufii nncl 12th streets has nl- reatiy hccn laid. This will fill a much felt want to the people oi that portion of the city for proper side- walk facilities. After three, strenuous weeks Police Magistrate Itall was greeted by a docket at police court this j morning, as there were no arrests! made during the night. Yesterday afternoon there was a session in which '.lack -Johnston, a local negro seems to be an aspirant (or pug- ilisMc honors that he might rank with Ins namesake of more wide- spread lame, was'fined one dollar and costs for assault upon a white man of the city. Incidentally the latter party parted 'ten and' tor his share in the proceedings. A sad death occurred in the city .his morning of Robert Fairfax Arch- r after an illness of a month with vouns irum of twenty years of age, yphoid fever. The deceased was a ivho for the past fourteen months has jecn a me.nitier of the staff oi the Bank of Montreal at Magrath. Pre- vious to coming to Magrath lie had icon connected with the bank at Re-. coming there from his home in England. The body is being held at Fetterly's undertaking parlors await- ing instniolions iron! the deceased young man's parents in England- 'Mart 3tyMahon and D. B. JlcEwan, travellers for the Nichols and. Shep- herd Thresher Co., journeyed: to A. Foster's farm one day this w to start threshing operations on new outfit recently purchased from McMahon and Quinn- Incidentally in the course of the day Mr. Foster picked up a handful of the newly threshed and remarked, In Canada this will lie graded as reject- ed wheat, hut as I an: a wheat rais- er of twenty years' experience in the .Stales I know that in Duhith or Minneapolis this wheat would be graded No. 3." This is one reason why the reciprocity pact about to he enforced throughout North America, is going to benefit the Canadian pro- ducer, the reason that the wheat will be graded and is being graded higher in rlic States than it is in Canada. I.ahur men of the city will hold a meeting this evening at 8.30 o'clock; in the Trades Labor Temple at whiih .1. C. Walters, president of tha Trades Labor Council of British Columbia will he the principal spcak- Prominent labor men of the city will also address the meeting. On account of the meeting of the Trades Labor Congress of Canada at Calgary next week this meeting wili he very important one, as ser- cr'al questions relative to the Calgary convention will be discussed. IM (70 W SIXTH.ST. iiy in the city, yesterday., and in fu- ture purposes making his home in ins, with Kisch Piano Co., Southern Alberta. lie lias completc- Ilhoiie 791. 700-0 Iy -lisposed of all his possessions in j i'liono 733 for general draying. j the States and henceforth shall be- Good service. Alberta Cartage Co. j come citizen, good and true, of Ihe 209-2Si Dominion, whose land laws, appeal to Drs. Uc Vcbor and Campbell have liiim so stiongly localise oi their lib- removed to their new offices, Koyalil jcMlity and thc opportunities afforded Bank Illock. Phone .IDS. 321-13 I liini ,'ind his in this land. Mr. MJzncr Miss I'Rttcson and Miss Anna Pat, 'purposes Southern Allier- Icsnn will rncon'.nience their 'n'm lands as suon as ponsihlc. for litlle children on Monday, Sept, BORN 11, 309.Slli Aye., A., Soiil.i. SBO K. W. Kingston's new fall and IIAYR-On Friday, Sept. 8th, at winter suitings and ovwcoatings, SIS 516 Seventh Ave., south, I.ethbridgc, Mr. and Mrs. Artnur SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, Sept. this locality will be almost, com- pleted this .week. The grain is (n fine shape. We Imd a frost last Saturday night, bin it is believed that It did no damage to the grain. Mrs. Rose Rickett wan tilck a. cou- ple of (lays this week. Several men and women attended the pound sale at Mr. Bailsman's on Monday. Wm. Shirley made a trip to Carman- guy, this week for provisions for the store. Mr. Cook, our blacksmith for the west side, has purchased a gasoline threshing outfit, and has the .cook car almost completed. We understand he will start threshing down around Sundial. Miss Paulson and Htark will look after the cooking, leaves this locality again with no slKiia of beinK threshed before winter, l-lkcly the first machine in the neigh- borhood will get the jobs. Jack Leonard a free dance lust night to initiate his now house, which ready for (hti TJitrti was a big; crowd of young folka, and they a jolly time. Sandwiches, cake and coffee were (served for lunch. All came home wishing he would give a few more such 4atiCH, The New Fall and Winter Suits For Men HIGH-GRADE CLOTHING Material ot the season's latosv Scotch Tweed, Beit Engllih Sergei and Wortteds. but Hie best linings Workmanship of highest order. Stylo modelled according to New York's latest ideas. Prices to SUITS MADE TO MEASUEE yp PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. MEN'S FALL-WEIGHT OVERCOATS The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Prices Will Advance Shortly BUY READY MIXED PAINTS at per gal. right now from Arthur Hayr p Assignee Phone 575 P.O. Box 27 Try ROCHON'S for a nice DAINTY LITTLE LUNCH 2Sc 3Sc 4Oc SOc QUAKER BREAD The crust is a rich brown; The crumb like unsweetened Angel Food. away from the kitchen for the aummer at Your family will appreciate Quaker Bread. 1027. GILMORE 1110 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Famous 'Minerva' Paints Made by PInchin Johnson Co. in England since 1834 Now.prepared at their factory in Toronto. Contain absolutely the highest grade in- gredients possible to secure. Full line for all requirements. House Finishes, Enamels, Floor Shingle Stains, Barn and Factory Paints. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd COMNIH 6TH ST. AND 4TH AVC., LETHBdlDOC. ;