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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Ip fc to MB NTH Thresher Supplies Detroit Swift's Lubricator! Penbertby injectors Fairbanks Check Valves Sight and; Gauges Rr.bber i Steam J Packing Pipe and Fittings Nyall Eascm RestsTired feet The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. BOX 670 PHONE 62 We Sett for Cash The free use of this powder rotting and queut rolling up of the canvas lining of the. ahoes. This means comfort and also means fewer holei in stockings. 25cperTin jJ.li9iibottataCo.LU. Dispensing .Resideat Night Clerk We're got tke garments to mau cool and keep tun oooi. Tb in Underwear, B, V.D.vBalbriggau Light :-i- Litrht weight Woolveto per suit up, Negligee Shirts with What You Need Right now is Thin Telephone 49 1TOSOR NEWTON'S Paints and Artists' A few copies of The Sbau- dard Tereeritary Souvenir number still for sale. IQttlTSON'S 8001 STOIl 1st tar tat if Inn Ink Phone 251 CFTY AND DISTRICT Khovah Grape Saline It is purifying to the blood, "palatable, refreshing and invigorating. It is highly beneficfal in bilious at- tacks, is the best known remedy for indigestion and a sluggish liver, and to obviate the evil conse- quences of indiscretion in eating _and drinking it is unrivalled. UliertaDrygandEoQkCo. Prescription Specialists 1.1. IIRGf, lEIpiUGE Don't miss the great whistler at the Bijou tonight. A public wedding will take place in the Army Hall on Wednesday ev- ening Aag. 5 at 8 Admission Free, AH aro cordially invited. H. B. Ames, for St. Antouie Montreal, will address the electors here on August 14th. .1. G." Brj'an. principal of the Cal garjr- collegiate is in town looking after iii connection with hi new block on Roiuid St. For first class piano, sew ing machine, fumed oak dining tabl chairs, rugs, beds, etc. Apply t C. C. Green, 1227, Bompas Street. W J. Horner, roadmaster of th C.N.R.. with headquarters at Ed raonton. has returned with wif from visiting Mrs. Homer's sister JMrs. Dowsett. ton Bulletin. Taber Free Press: J. F. who has been managing tha Rogers- Cunningham Lumber Co.'s yard here, has been transferred to Letlibridge at a substantial increase in salary. Mr. Cnsoer is looking after thi business for the present. A team unloading hay at Eastcn Hyde's this took, advantage of the absence of the "driver and ran away, heading south on Round St., making a sensational turn on Lon- don Road and heading west. "A team attached to a wagon being loaded with lumber at the Enterprise Lum- Edmonton, fair Calgary, fair Vegetables PHONE 21 THE WEATHER Medicine Hit, Lounge Collars in plain blue and white, price. 25e What You Need for EXHIBITION WEEK will be a New Prices from R to -Q a Suit 46 Winnipeg, clear -10 SO 60] Saskatchewan and to-j day. and on Tuesday, moderately warm. New Arrivals for ExhU bition Week in Shoe Line The Geo. A. SUter lavicttts SKoet In'all the Newest Fall Styles; rr Make their bow to the public today and, respectfully ask for ttie patronage of the people of the city and district. We carry nothing but the highest grades of Boots and Shoes Give Us Call Will buy 6000 Sh4ref Diamond Coal at 50c Will a few Lethbridge Brewing at ALBERT E.1VES few 2, BiiW I _ 4 h i _ _ _ P PHONE 1-4T Barford to the Herald this mor- ning disclaimed, any credit as was stated in this morning's special for assisting in equipping the Fernie re- lief car yesterday. Mr. Barford ho had nothing to do in the matter. Two va'gs, professional gamblers, who were asked to leave town time ago, appeared at the polJ.ce court today. Not being attracted by the personality of Chief Gillespie, they thought it best to float out of the city once more. In one of the four runaways that occurred in the city this morning, Alex. JIcLeod. a teamster wai cut and bruised. The team became] frightened while he was loading a car Mr. McLeod managed to get the hors es' heads tyit was- .struck by the tongue of the wagon and knocked to ground and.- dragged "a consider- able distance until the waggon struck a telephone, poje when he was forced to drop and the waggon .passed over him the horsea ran to Neil and Waterhouaes- shop with the front wheels.. Mr. McLeod" was taken to Dr. .Galbraith's where his fourteen cuts and bruises were dressed .and I McKELVIE McGUIRE I I Head to Foot Outfitters for Men i I P.S.-B.V.D. Underwear PHONE 154 sewed. He is not seriously Injured. a SPLENDID RECORD OF HIGH SCHOOL Well 'inatched Grey Perchcrous for Sale :at Eodgeta Young's Sale Bam; Back of Dallas Hotel. _" L F. EODGERS YOUNG Props. WIN A PRIZE: We offer for the best Loaf of Home Made Bread niade from Our Best, Flour And entered at the Lethbridge Fair Firet..... Second..............r......... 200 Third.. 1.00 Your Grocer Sells It [iiisoo iilling S Co. Lti r G. W. QREEN, Manager Raymond Magrath LeUibridge Why Pay Rent? I Can Sell You a House in any part the city at rea- sonable figures and on good terms, or Lota to Build Oa, the cheapest in the city, on good terms and many location. LA RIPLEY Rocm 5, Whitney Block Cigars Imported Clear Havanas Domestics Smoking Tobacco Sealed Tins Pouches Plug All Goods New and Fresh R. W. Wallace Tke Swker's Headquarters ber Co.'s yard also took fright at the runaway but were captured be- fore proceeding very fai-. Come to the Bijou tonight and see the great Mocking Bird whistler. H. E. Miebach was out in the dis- trict between here and Claresholm and reports everything fine. He is cutting the winter wheat on his farm now. He expects to harvest the spring wheat in two weeks. He says' e has the finest bunch of spring wheat in the land. A team owned by Rex Virtue be- ame frightened while working at his house and in a short time were at the opposite side of the city. They reed themselves from the mortar box and ran down town. A stranger The full report is not yet complet- raanaged to get the lines in front of Jed but Principal Hamilton received a the Arlington but the horses spread i telegram this morning giving names apart and he lost control. One of j of successful candidates in Standards the horses fell and was captured. The1 VII and VIH, Those for Standards other ran down the coulee to the1, V and VI will follow shortly. Results of Departmental Ex- aminations in Two Forms Announced bridge. An Extra fine program at the Bi- I Standard Vil. (Second Class Tea Cook, Valeria Crofts 4 4 4 jou Aug. 3 and 4. Mrs. S. Bonip who lives five miles out of the city, suddenly fainted while sitting in J. D. drug store this morning. Dr. Gal- braith was called and was soon on the ground. Mrs. Borup was able to return to her home. She has not been in good health foT a time. Tar and n A 1 Poor Paper is worse than no Paper brand will give you satisfaction TRY IT Roqcrs-Ciififiioglisfn iti Let Is Fill PRESCRIPTION ;i We devote a great deal of time and care to our prescription department, continually adding the newest drugs and endea- voring in every way to -i r tut; Glenalla Hardy, Willie Hyssop, Free. Johnston, Sadie Lowther, Jessie Ma beth, Earle Sloan. Gertie Stafford Corinne iioy, Laura Roy. Twelve wrote and eleven were sue cessful. Standard VIH (First Class Teach Hyssop, W. J. P Hyssop, Dora Nimmons, 3IinnIo daugh, Phillip Sheffield, Gladdie V tue. I Eight wrote, seven passing. Certainly the students in the two upper forms of our High School citr- serve congratulations on their suc- cess. Eighteen out of twenty, or ninety percent, is a splendid show- ing. The successful standard sever, pup- Experiences In The Big Fire (Continued from Front Page.) 'n on the delayed No. S this morn- cives a very rational statement f the effects of the fire. It is true e says that the scene is a most ap- alling one and that.Fernie Is aheap f ashes, b_ut have been xagcerateu. The of talk that he train porters were handing out o the people on the platform yes- erday was stretched -to the .limit. The colored gentlemen talked of dead people being strewn all along the railway tracks and harrow- ng scenes of distress and mutilated bodies, all of wiifch war? 'true only in a small degree. Mr. it is'true that mothers arc taking care of children who do not them and can- not get any trace .of their own ones. He says unless it rains or the wind changes from the it has been taking for the last two days, noth- ing can save Michel and Hosmer. but of the grounds- oil 'three separate occasions. The game was called at the, 8th innings on acocunt of dark ness.. Dr. Wright umpired.'balls and strikes while Del officiated on the bases. McConkey and 'Mills were the Pincher Creek battery and put up a good game. This is the second time PinclKT Greek has