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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta KREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Day Hotel in Alberta jj: WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best Most Convenient Place to Stay ave one A woman wno arjde m her basing will is.variably appre- ciate DRAFT. For It accounts largely for beautiful evenly browned bak- ing always turned out Trith the Jlonarcli rcanse.. la an ordinary range you shiU the pans from here to there cover them "vmh. b'rown paper and even then, ar often as not. .the loaves will come out burned' on one done on the oilier. It's because'the fire is hoc in one parr of'the fire bos and dead in another. J 21 the draft comes up through that side or end of the iirebox on which the. damper openings happen, to, be. An uneven fire of this kind nor oslv does poor worS but r wastes a.Jot ol down with, vhe ashes. In the MONARCH ail this is overcome" by admlttfns air under both ends of the firebox at the same time. This is accomplished fcv the DUPLEX DRAFT Avhich ha3 two draft doors situated dirocdv opposit each other on the front and back.of the ranse. Ready Mixed Paint. KEEK'S PROVISIONS ARE THE BEST Armour's Star Bacon, Ib. .35c Griffin's Premier Bacon .35c Swift's Premium Bacon ..35c Hams, .whole, per. !b. ...24c Fresh Ranch Eggs, doz. .35c Choicest Creamery Butter 35c Choice Dairy Butter, Limited Quantity, Finest Per, Ib........... Mclver's Famous Soiled Ham The Store of Quality Groceries, Fruit, and Crockery Fhohe145S ;0ur last and we expect our best'.car ASSORTED SMALLi.FKUITS. From .Washington will arrive here to-night. The folio wing are some of the goods arriving. Peaches. Plunis, Pears, Apples, Grapes, Waitei'nielons, Canteloiipes, Ripe and Green Tomatoes, Crabapples, etc. Also- all vegetables from E. C. Quality--and Price guaranteed. V PHONE-525 H5GH CLASS GROCERS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PROMPT DELIVEDY NEW- 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 C1 1 1 C raddock Of Viner FOLDING FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 It's tlie same with RETAIL REDPATH RTt PHONS O. SOX 670 f Ivt attention to mail orders Latest Songs, Waltzes, Marches, Eegnlar 25 cents; SatiU'day Only Six for SLOO WWtnty Block First door -west Union. 'Bank fir UmUrwotrf writtK Phone 1265." MEDICINl ttJ LA-V This "has treen oar'rare for near- ly.. Qiiarter of a century.' Please the Dominion sta- have consideration for oar employees by' ;ma3nng your, ordinary purchases- on week flays. On Sioidays aad Public Holi- days, we 10 to 1 p.m. .4 p.m. to 5 p.m. p.m. to 9 pja For other -argent calls use phone 322 or Night ..Bell j. D. Hlptotlisii! Co, Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephones No. 322 Night Bell on Front-Door LOCALS' L. and -J. .McLeayV millinery par- lors are located in suite ,2, new Hill Block. Rcdpath- street, the erect ion the new-block. 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service lor quick message and--1 bag- j gage delivery. Office" 307 Crabb St. -210-01 curtain-at 7.45. to-1 night at the. Three -.showsJ j Tonight will be. your fast chance, .to I see' that -wonderful little Buster. j The Barrie Carriages and. wagons .best-. JEastca sell them. Show room at- Athletic Park. 175-0 Call up Crown' Cleaners, comei pi Redpath and Burdett 'oppo- site Methodist, church, -474. ''.'.'172-0 The .Best Yet-., Sher-t j V wood; America's greatest pianist, and j V :IVliss Virginia soprano, in joint recital at the "Majestic.-.Theatre THE WEATHER music should'not-fail' to hear William H. 'Sherwood, 'America's greatest pianist, 'and'-' Miss j soprano. Majestic jSept. 12.- as %ith everything largest stock grades, economical and lowest-selling prices. We have the largest stock .of lumber and :lmildmg. "material in -Southern-Alberta. lUMBERCo. Phone 454 ...CITY AND DISTRICT W. AV Blenner-Hassett, wife -and family, --returned..-'from extended Manitoba GVMacKeazie, barrister of Leth- CITY AND DISTRICT We are sorry to-; say. that' Murdoch, late prqprietor of the Stirling Star, .and. I the Macleod Advertiser, is: ill "with I typhoid at the The doctors j say'that it is mild Advertiser. H. M. Tuckj' ledger keeper for the Bank of Commerce, Macleod, has been transferred to the 'Stavely 1 caving for; his-new place, is taken bj 1 Toronto, a nephew pi A. T. Leather, of Macleod. ce -vE. CV'MacKeazie, barrister of Leth- has -.been general over hwf been employed bv the .the .praine provinpes with slowly ns- .Council of the College of Phvsicians t n, Ff -i' '_-._. tj- FORECAST or a little higher flTV AMIi BIQTWT Ull Aiiil UiolKlll Hugh Donnan has returned from the Her- ACCURACY In.: filling prescriptions is, m- vaiuable to those who" are in a'precarious state of health, as-well as to .-ae'gragsist who values 'Ms reputation as a careful and ..exact pharmacist chemist. We use nothing but" the purest and freshest drugs, and we compound phy- sicians' prescriptions in the most careful and exact raan- -ner. Prescription Specialists L B. HP1H, IHBBKiiG Arrow Lakes. j contractor told the jald this morning there was j scarcity of car Erail Sick- left to attend the Western at Calgary. A young son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. -McGregor, North Leth- bridge, this morning. ;1TY AWD ,'DISTRICT wealthy horse own- G. er> 1 in the city this to his two sons, var Wilson Sidle on -a visit: are farming j of the! and. Surgeons of' Alberta to conduct the prosecution in the'case preferred against Mrsl M-. New comb to be, heard before the local on Tuesda3-% Sept. "13, -at 10 mond JFlustler. J." H. Gehm, manager of- the Arrqw Orchards, returned a party R. Leather to the company's in the stating that --------0 they worth of fruit up a shipment of_ten cars for [lands. These lands are the choicest 4. r e -i_ j. Christiana, Norway, and four cars; of the. Kcotecavs- and- a-re- -beins: sold About forty of-the city water, works for Glasgow, Scotland. There is a'rapidly while is low AIr irt-ra ft m on I o __ .1 >fj.j. b-ehm says the fishing is fme. He succeeded-in bagging 470 trout while on the trip. There is on view in the window, of the company in the Leth- bridge Hotel block a prize box of Duchess of Oldenbury apples and a box of choice pears.' Another excur- sion will leave Lethbridce on Septem- ber isth and will take In the Nelson Fruit Fair en route department employees arc: engaged deraand for feed for stock this digging trenches- laying six-inch; veasr bv milling thc grain- nece> wooden .-nrater pipes'to .supply the.; ;nd shipping Out'the flour, the feed in the section of North k t j Lethbridge farmers. west of ._, f A cement, sidewalk six feet, six V r v inches wide, was'put dqw_n this-sum- V-' VJT. mer on the east side of spend toaay and tomorrow at home. the fences. This will F. Langley, who is working on the' make it the same" width as ;the other survey gang under G. R. Paget, of sidewalks on Westminster' Road in Winnipeg, which started out from North Ward. The George, M. Hatch Laad Co., isKiPP a few weeks ago, is in the city 1 today moving from -the Oliver Block ior .a rfaA the out- where some into the new Conybeare Block, Round J street. Mrs, Le Roy Coons, and Miss Coons rreturntd" from Illinois, i they have been visiting for months. Rev. and IVIrs. A. A, Lytle went to 'Macleod this, afternoon, where Mr. Lytic will. -conduct, both services in Methodist church tomorrow. In his abef-nce con- duct tht- ant] Mr. Hcig'.L-s the evening service at West- miiister church. We can fumisK tlie most-up-to-date Wedding Bouquets, made of the Choicest Flowers at" reasonable prices errii! Ocrsl -Co. Corner Ashmead and Dufferin Phone 577 Are The People to Do Your Dispensing We over twenty years' experience, all that time keeping fully abreast of every improvement in both method and drugs. dispensary is stocked with only chemically pure high grade drugs and chemicals. Only graduates dispense Prescription Druggists fit is a C.P.R. one and thcv are sur-' T ,-n. 'V' n'nf veying a line from Kipp, he'thinks to Brook's on the C main line They are at present between the Little and Big Bow rivers about 28 miles north of Taber. Alfred Schmure and John from Rev Mr. Lvile's home We will have special prices on this splendid kitchen ename! ware on Saturday, This is a three coated ename! ware of unusual merit. t) tasy to keep clean. sweet and Scip, few at the Westminster parsonage, and at the horn? of R., Burgmann, Rachac! street. They are making an i extensive tour ;of west and arc plcasc-d -with Lctbbridge and- what thf-y have seen of 'the surrounding country. Easy on the purse. Easy en the temper. CANADA WARE WEARS Co. fee's Hotting Hjs- terioiis 'jtiioirt it Some people have wonder- ed why it is that we do the bulk' of the lumber business, not only here in town, but for miles around. Surely there is nothing mysterious about it; nothing to, -wonder at. The quality and assort- ment of our.stock is .reason., enough for that, even were our prices not as low, or low- er, than can be obtained else- where hereabouts. If you are not a customer of ours, just give .us a trial next time you want anything in lumber or building mater- ial. No matter what, nor how- much of it, see our stock and get our prices. Rogers-Cnngliani Lunilier Coinpanj, Limited ACADIA BLOCK North Phont 62J 4M McKENZIE MANN WILL DEVELOP BRAZEAU COAL. Vancouver, Sept. L. Coul- sen. director and manager of mines oi Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Wa.t left last night for Edmonton, president of the C. N. R. for the purpose" of visiting -Brazeau coal field, west of Ed- monton, -to report on a- plan- of de- velopment The. McKenzie-Mann in- terests nave acquired -large holdings in that district, to which a branch of the C, N. R. -sv-ili be extended. Dur- ing his. recent visit to London; Mc- Kenzie raised seven millions for this coal is 'bituminous, 'and well ad- apted for cooking. and. -steaming pur- poses. WORK IN THE SLUMS LONDON Halifax, Sept. Bishop of London addressed the C-inadian Club here on the "subject, "The True Secret of Success." gave graphic sketch of the work .araon? the' poor of the east end of London, in which he figured largely, showing tbe wonderful good'that had complished by missions of the church in the social uplifr of the people ir that quarter of the world's metropo- lis. Mayor Cbisholm and Presinei" yorrest, Dalhousle University, moved ii vote of thanks. PROTECTIVE TARIFF MONEY Montreal. Bourne, metropolitan of all Englanf7 when if li-c -would discuss Brit- ish politics, replied: "I, .not dis- posed, as you know, to interfere in political matters, except when our in- terests as Catholics are in Vjeopardy. 3 suppose that if the. govern- ment cannot get sufficient Vevenue out of the tariff people will naturally come 10 the conclusion that a, more pronounced protective tariff is'in or- j I aer." Patrons are Loud in their praises of oil's Gafe The menu always is appetising, tempting, satisfy- Afternooii Teas a Specialty A 25 Ib. Household Scale, with scoop without scoop and FOR DOING DOWN YOUR FRUIT GET ONE OF OUR LARGE At to The McKeowii Hardware Cd., Ltd. Dufferin Streets V We Ship out of Town; Thos ie who are fond of good living patronize tlie and enjoy'their meals. Everything about the the hest that can be procured Prices-to suit everybody i ;f Now under personal superyision of the proprietor Tke Holsum Kind Looks right, tastes rigtiit, and eats right, because it is Made right, baked rigSit; aiid sold right Phone 794, or ask your grocer .IV THE BAKER Riissell. Street. ?jSTortli" Ward. Ja .Oar Ladies' Wear Department Special line of Corsets 1 .00 Special line of Ribbon at 15c yard, 2 yards for 25c Aiito Scarfs New Veilings, per yard 40c, 50c, 60c Collars, Belts Ruchings, Laces and Trimmings ;