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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta wl [VWST JOi HUNTMC Air THE H CRAUD THE TO STAY li Thresher Supplies i Detroit Swift's Sight Lubricators Fairbank'8 Globes' and Check Valves Water. Glass .and Steam Ganges Kubber Asbestos Steam Packing Pipe and Fitthgs i The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. BOX 670 62 Nyall Easem RestsTired feet Sooduit Cwliig Makes walking easy, powder prevents 4-- "rUll infi- tin ft? the canvas lining of the shoes. This means comfort and also means fewer holes in stockings. 25c per Tin j. D. Higintothim 8 Co.ttt Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk WINDSOR NEWTON'S Paints and Artists' Material A few copies or The Stan- dard Tercentary Souvenir number still for sale. iOSEITSON'S BQOt STORE 1st tar let if tiita Ink 251 AMSTR1CT The Store of Quality Fresh Blueberries Arriving daily Also a full line of other Fruits and Vegetables 1MB WCil Flower Pots Are nearly all goue. If you want any, now is your time to buy. PHONE 21 G. BMDBEER CO. ti IHMI ft HUttl 11 A SWEETLY I i that's .pure.and good in FINEST CONFECTIONERY finds .Herself before our stock of pal- ate-tickling Chocolates, Caramels, Nougat, etc, Only one test a different kind each time you is the most. satisfying sweetness in the world. ,We work hard daily and hourly to win your ex- pert skill and purest ingredients. Rochon's Candy Kitchen and ice Cream Parlor Nt HMW SfcwM Be Without it I Khovah Grape Saline It is purifying to the blood, 'palatable, refreshing and invigorating. It is liiglily beneficial in bilious at- tacks, is the best remedy for indigestion and a sluggish liver, and to obviate the evil conse-. quences of indiscretion in eating and drinking it is unrivalled. ilterta Drug and Book Co. t Prescription Specialists I. I. liPJII, Mgr. LETHBRIifiE Remember the U, 12, 13 The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fiske died this morning. The C.P.It. are building a bunk house the library terrace. Three drunks appeared at the Po- lice Court and got the usual. Mrs. and Hiss Bemiett have return- ed from J. R. Nay lor. of Frank, is in town today. Mrs, J. F. Stewart will not receive tomorrow nor again until October. Mrs. A. Warren and daughter arriv ed from Leicester, Eng., this morn- ing to join Mr. Warren. Fire benefit entertainment at the Bijou. Tickets on sale at Higinbo- thanx's Drug Store. E. W. McMullen, manager of the Merchants' Bank, went to Uardston t this morning. The city police look quite nifty in their new suits. In fact where cculd a better looking force be found? H. Macbeth went to New Dayton to day to look alter the shipment of wool from that point. Mrs. Wabnslcy, and daughter Sal- of Coutts, are visiring Mrs. S. McCaig. The Alberta Sheep Co. shipped two cats of One muttons to S taunt on Bros, of Pinclier Creek today. G. H. 'Bennett, accountant at the Bank fcf Montreal, went to Kdiuonton, fair.................. 72 Calgary, fair SO Winnipeg, fair 74 Lethbridge, fair 75 Medicine Hat, clear 88 j Regina, fine 54 48 52 54 60 75 42 Bulletin From Central Office Fair has boon general throughout the prairie provinces, with moderate temperatures. It. has turned somewhat warmer in Atoerta and southern Saskatchewan. line and mod- erately warm today and on Thursday Saskatchewan and Alberta, fine to- day and Thursday, stationary- or a little higher temperature. BIJOU PROGRAM FOR WEDNES- DAY AND THURSDAY Water Babies. Illustrated Song. Chow Sam Co. Headquarters for Imported Silks In Men's and Ladies' Wear ICE CREAM Hazel wood, the very best Fresh Fruit j keep uotbing the best. We buy in such a way that cjin uiake the price snit you. Olu. Fernie a Scene of Desolation (Continued from Frerst fis'o broke out and had it not bwjn fur their assistance in Uu> work of fire fighting and life saving thu death roll would huve bi.ien much larger for all worked like heroes. The most determined stand of all was made at the Crow's Nest Pass C-3ii! company's head offices, a big stone structure standing in the centre of a considerable lawn. To this building hundreds of women and children were hurried and when the tire fiend seemed to make its deter, mined effort to consume them here, he fire brigade and numerous volun, teers put up one of the greatest fights ?ver known. With fire raging on all men worked on the roof with water and wet blankets, the windows being defended by similar means. Fears were entertained that the wa- ter supply would not last until the danger was past and "that these fears were only too well grounded is borne out by the fact that in less than half an hour after the offices were con- sidered safe 'the water gave out und the rest of the town was completely at .the mercy of the devtetating ele- ment. Had the water given out be- fore, nothing could have saved the hundreds in the building as all ave- nues of escape were completely cut off. The rescue of the women and child- ren in West Feraie, where the Elk River Lumber company's plant is situated, was a plucky piece of work. There were "over fifty of them and only four men to save them. The bridge was gone and the only es- cape left was the- boom holding the log.s. These four men crossed and i re.crossed carrying the children and many of the women in their arms, ths boom sinking to their knees under 1 the extra load. All were landet safely although it is doubtful if could have been accomplished hac not some lumberjacks from one of the camps happened along to help th last few across. One old wornai would not leave without an enlargec family photo. It was impossible THE FOOT TOGGERY The Specialty Store of the City is carrying .everything in up-to-date Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes and Hosiery of all sixes aiid (Inscriptions. We can show you values never before seen in the city. NELSON GOW Nn talllone u inter id ALBERT E. 2, ffliwr Block PHONE 1-4T WIN PRI We oiler for the best Loaf of Home Made Bread made from Our Best Flour And entered at the Lethbriilge Fair 'First..... Second........ 2.00 Third 1.00 -Year Grocer Sells It Ellison Milling 5 Elevator Co, Ltd. G, W. GREEN, Manager t I! Mrs. Cunningham, sister-in-law of T. Hanrahan, and Mrs. Hanrahan's .little girl, are in Spokane. They were not injured by the fire at Fer- The B. of 11. T. intend holding an excursion to Crow's Nest pn ,Friday. Aug. '21. Cheap riites have se- cured, adults being enabled to make the round trip for S2.70 and children for half the price. band in attendance. The engagement is announced of; Miss Netta Duff, youngest daughter; of Mrs. John Duff, to Mr. Ernest IT. j Wilson, of the Alberta Kail way Irrigation Co. The marriage will; take place very quietly on Wednes- day, September 9th, 1908. for a short holiday this morning. D. E. Hunter, who. has spent the past lew weeks at New Dayton says the warm weather has not injured the grain. Mr. and Mrs. J. Witwvr and son, J. E., of New Hamburg, Out., are visiting their.son S. C. Witwer, of the Good Co. Remember the- Benetit [Entertain- ment, at the Bijou Thursday evening, Aug. G, for the benefit of the Fernit fire sufferers. We ask every business man in this city to purchase not less than four tickets for the benefit entertainment at-the Bijou Thursday, evening. If you ask Waddell. the tea man, where to buy the best tea on earth, he will charge' you nothing for the information. Messrs. A. and Gus. Neidig ed from Fernie this morning, found their brother and his family safe at Coal Creek Mrs. G. W. Steele and son of Nel- son. B.C.. arrived in the city this on a visit with Mrs. How- Mrs. Begin left yesterday to visiLj her daughter Mrs. .John Fitzputrick, j at Sweet Grass, Montana. W. R. Dobbin is enjoying a visit from his father and sister from Towa They will visit him for a short time and then go on to Alaska. We trust they will prefer our golden grain to golden nuggets. J. R. Starnes who has fpr some time been teller at the Bank of Mon- treal here, has. been transferred, .to W. M. Harris of Calgary position Mr. Starne Montreal. is occupy in. here. The 25th Battery a very en- joyable dance last night. About 50 couples attended. The Symphony Orchestra provided the music. The Hall was very prettily decorated. It is said it never looked better.. The C.P.R. coast excursions begin Aug. 17. Tickets good for 60 n.r; going transit limit 20 days. Selling days are 17-13-19. Rates single fare plus S2. The Lethbridge Concert Band ,-wil play on the square tomorrow evening and then proceed to the Bijou to play for the Fernie Relief Fund per formance there. Harris, one of the led keepers in the Bank of Montreal here has been promoted to n morj sible position iu ifie branch, and has already left to as- sume his new duties. Mr. Harris is A Fewv More Grates of Peaches, Plums Apples and Watermelons left out of our carload. Come quick- if want any- THE GOOD GO. leave it behind. So to save her life the rescuers carried the picture over and came back for her. Why Pay Rent i I Can Sell You a House in any part of the city at rea- sonable figures and on good terms, or Lots to Build Oft, .the cheapest in the city, on good terms and in any location. LA RIPLEY Ro m 5, Whitney Block Coal Co. Also Helps Toronto, Aug. directors of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. have approved the action of the vice pres- ident in sending for "the relief i BROKE THH RF.CORD Ahzrgavenny, England, Aug. of the British Columbia sufferers. Phone 98. or urhu won dash Montreal to Send Relief Montreal, Aup. 5. Members of the Montreal Board of Trade are ready and anxious to. contribute toward the ivlief fund for the British Columbia fire, sufferers. It is proposed that a general subscription list be inau- gurated, taking in all those who wish to contribute. The French Board of Trade and the city council will like. Iv work with the first named body. I K. Walker, the South African sprint. tHe final of the hundred at the Olympic sports yesterday broke the world's record for a hundred yards, his .time being 9.2.5 st.conds, 1.5 of a second less than the record made- by Dan J. Kelly at Spokane. Britain Sympathizes Ottawa, Aug. Crewe has wired Lord Grey expressing his sym- pathy with the Fernie people ren- dered destitute as the result of the clisasterous fire which swept that place out of existence last Saturday. SERVANT WANTED Gf-noial servant wanted at once Apply Mrs. F.J.McKeown, 317 West- minster Road. LOST A-bunch of keys. Reward or re- turn of' same to A. G. Ned ham. 99.2 LOST On "Wednesday morning, a girl's covert coat, made by Best, New York, on.Baroness Road, Coutts St. or Duf_ ferin St., from rig-. Suitable" for return to Mrs. C. J. Eckstorm, Dallas Hotel. WANTED A pattern maker. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works. .-99-6 o Calgary boy and during thu four years he has been in the bank lu-iv London, England, pupil "of the em- ihis progress has been rapid und sat- inent teacher, William Shakespeare, iTsfactory. He has been prominent- in i late teacher of vocal music in the box Oii athletics, hockey aud rugny l.eimr Halifax Conservatory of Music, t-tc and mat- Ipecial lasers by his departure. il-slwill: receivr pupils in SINGING Miss Ursula Archer, A. R. A. M-, MICHEL IS SAFE WANTED Six liens, good layers; also number of young rabbits. Apply Her- ald office. 199-0 TINDERS WANTED v TENDERS wanted purchase of the building at present occupied as a store by Mr. F. German and Mr. J. Call ah an. There is pretty heavy timber in the basement. The building to bi removed after the 5th of September and ten days will be allowed to remove it. C.' BEGIN, P. 0. Box 71. us. Neidig i; will i clothes, a bedstead, springs auu tress and other furniture to Frrnie i Calgary friends will watirh hid fur- and Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is worst- than no Paper brand will give you satisfaction TRY IT suflc-rers. Sergeant Instructor Ilird. who has been in- tho city Tor the past six weeks, returwd to Kingston this morning. A child of Mrs. who if. well known in town, has boon missing ever .since the fire at Feriiie. The nurse 1 has not been seen since either. K. J. Cook Ic-ft this morning to attend the Macleod fair, having tered fancy birds there. i'nmi Jones. Sr., has entered 12. i ther progress with interest. Herald. voice culture vocal music on after Sep- tember 1st at The Lethbridge Co'nser. vatorv of Music. 2t per "Michel is safe. The fires have gone clown and the town is practically- out of danger." This is th.u word given the Herald representative by ductor Niblock of the Spokane Flyer this morning. SEAMAN SUICIDED Suva, Fiji Islands. Aug. U. i H. Atlantic fleet at 8 o'clock this PIANO Miss Margaret M. Frascr, A. T. C. M.. hit of The Toronto Conservatory t was in latitude 21.54 south; longitude 176.50 1.071 miles distant from Auckland. The in cool and moderate. i Robfri Heisland, seaman of the Wisconsin has missing Irom tJiiit. since July He was F. Lcpper of the Win. Head f'o. of ]asi n at 7 o'clock on the mornJ Calgary has bwn transferred to this jnp that day. Testimony pi von branch. Ho is a star ball ]'layer b.jard of investigation which] ami hns been sipuc'.l u-ith the inquired into thr- st-atitan's abarnct-, Tho program at. tho Bijou tonight. I showrd that hi- had hf-i-n suflvring; It- Tl Scarlet I.ottvr, is one o! r irom since July j grandest and most vvoaficrful that man commit, j .over uritt.-n hy Xarhairi-1 i t d by jumping overboard. 1 Hawthorne. t_________________________________ I of Music, t.-acher of piano i of music. artistic results .secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con. servntorv Munic on "iincl after Au- 2t per Singer Sewing Machine Co. Clothes don't make the man, but they make all but his hands and face during business hours. See the. point? Appear- ances may be deceitful, but they to a large eStent depict our. characters. Get your clothes cleaned and pressed by MARK JOHNSTON BdiiaJ Baton] Hotel Piste 215 Goods CaJW far u4 Detnered jumhpr (In. ltd. Phones 23 and 123 Mam Yard North 6} Track Oice RedpathSt.Wesi 15 Martinique Lime Juice See that you get it 40c for Large Pint J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lamia and Lcthbrieljje Properties Rooms i andZSoithard Bicck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. IU UlUV ttq toe rtmoiri tlieir offices from Fort Strtttto oSyc S EDMONTON AND BAH MEM ARE ASTOUNDED (Continued from Front Page.) ever. Your district has now the name of being dry and requiring ir- rigation but the grand crops we saw were on land that had not seen irri- gation. "Jt was a revelation." Mr. Bell's view uf his ''They found it just ns T told was Mr. Bourse's comment with the added phrase, a good Ideal better than T imagined. Mr. Bell went east to Winnipeg this t while Messrs. Xourse. Row- ley, Strong and W. A. Buchanan went over to Claresholm by auto. Mc-ssrs. Rowley and Strong will go from there to Calgnry and Messrs Buchanan nnd Nourse will return to- night. SATISFACTION i 4 ookstore APPLICATIONS will b to the 22nd position of by the day of August for the ACCOUNTANT for the City of Leth bridge. Appli- cants will send copies of tes- timonials and state salary. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary Treasurer That's what every job we do We guarantee to please you, for we thoroughly understand our business. We have a large-stock of Wall Paper at our residence--call and sec it. X See is for Pairing, Paper Haigiig, HMSC Deccratiag, etc. WELLINGTON BROS. Corner Cutbill and Courtland LetHkridge HAYR BROS. Now have one of the finest stocks of In Southern Alberta. Successors to G. L. Vroomarv Inspection Invited Phone 75 ".MM ;