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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JOt rlWTPfC HERALD THE PLACE TO STAY iMMp (to Thresher r Supplies i: Sight and Detroit Lubricators Penberthy Injectors Fairbanks Globes Check 'Valvei Water, Glass and. Steam Gauges Rubber Asbestos Steain Packing Pipe and Fittings I The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. BOX 670 PHONE 62 We Sell for Cash Nyall Easem RestsTired Feet uA Aatiseptk Makes walking easy The free use of this powder prevents rotting and subse- quent rolling up of the canvas lining of the shoes. This means comfort aud also means fewer holes in stockings. 25c per Tin J J Jiginbota 8 CoAti Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT TheSloreofQtiaiity Fresh Blueberries Arriving daily Also a full line of other Fruits and Vegetables Our Flower Pots Are nearly-all goiie. If yon want any, now is your time to buy. PHONE 21 CO. Swtssirs ta IE15U I PUSH Some Ladies in Haste By Robt. vv. Chambers The Measure of the Rule By Robt. Barr For Jacinta By Harold Bindloss The Shepherd of the Hills By. Harold Wright The Heart of the Red Firs By Anderson Get Rich Quick By Chester And Many Others ROBERTSON'S STORE 1st for Vest of Union Bank Drug Talks We don't want a single dissatisfied customer, and we don't think we have one. We are ahvays glad to make right. That is why so many cus- tomers trade regularly at this store. We invite your trade with the distinct understanding that every purchase will be satisfying MaDrugaodEookCo, Prescription Specialists I I, B, BIPIEY, Mgp. lETKBeiOGE Press and Y.M.C. play ball tonight About fifty land seekers went out on the local today. Earon Andre De Weill of Paris, France, is in the city today. ilrs. R. II., Rirlnrrtfla will nut re- ceive tomorrow, uor again this sea- sou. A. S. Tilley returned last night from a few days' trip to Calgary and Claresholna. Chas. ilair isf going to Calgary for three weeks to relieve Immigration Ofiiecr there. P. L. JX'aisinith. general manager of the A. R. 1. Co., returned last night from a trip east. The sheep-dipping at the Chin Cou- lee camp has been completed. Eight- een thousand sheen were dipped. Baseball tonight. Y .M. C. vs. Press. Steve Bakos is building two cot- tages on his lots on the corner of Redpath St. and Westminster Road. M. Reid of the A. R. I. co. of- fice stall, leaves tonight for Wash- ington, D. C., where he-will visit his home for six months. The friends of Mrs. Oliver will regret to learn has hati a slight paralytic stroke.' will removed to the Hospital ton-orrow. I Tee Feriiie Ledger, a four-page pa- per, is being issued at this office to- day. The issue consists of 1200 copies and will appear in Fernie to- morrow. J. E. Lethbridge is having a resi- dence built on his lots on Dufferin St., next to the residence of Mrs. E. Roy. Work was started on il yesterday. Henry Mitchell had a narrow es- cape from dro.wning ut the ranch near Medicine Hat. He was swimming his .horse across the river at the time. The friends of A. G. Ellis, left some weeks ago for Montreal, will be -interested to know that he has undergone a successful operation at Montreal and is doing well. A number of young men gave a dance last night for THE WEATHER Edmonton, clear .01 Medicine Hat, clear Calgary, fair Winnipeg, clear Lethbridge, clear 80 70 (58 89 50 00 50 48 51 Saskatchewan ami Alberta, a scattered, showers but mostly fine 10- day and on Saturday, not much change in temperature. urn UATC IfllULiU UnlJ 1.50 and Up We sold a large number of these Hats last week. Our Hats are rsvontcs this sea- son. See them L. A. SGOTT, Manager NEW HILL BLOCK Between Reid's Confectionery and Bijou THE FOOT TOGGERY Specialty .Store ci the City is carrying everything in -date FootVoar, including Ladies', Men's and Children's The up-to Boots, Shoes aud Hosiery of all and descriptions, can show you values never before seen in the city, NELSON GOW hkre, willnkeII lots, lanes ft. cwliill built ALBERT E.IVES Boos2, ffliw Block CITY MARKETS Waddington Gibbon report tlmt although _no o.ctunl business has as been transuded on the market itself. the many inquiries that are being: put through prove conclusively that the interest of the public. es- pecially the farmers has been arous- Play ball. Press vs. Y. M. C. Mrs. McClenaghan went out on the Calgary local. Mayor Henderson wont to Spokane and'Nelson yesterday. He will be back on Monday. Cragg, wife and family, return- ed on the Uyer last night from a vi- sit in the East. Mr. George Porter of Grassy is hi the city today on business, reports a pretty fair grain crop, and BASEBALL TONIGHT The baseball match tonight starts sharp at 0.-15 and will be over not later thar.'S.SO so as not to inter- fere in any way with the attendance at the Benefit Bond Concert. Man- agers Nicholson and Bannermah both ed. One farmer writing from_- Ray- mond is anxious to send a carload of early cabbage, beets, turnips, ear- have strong line-ups and the gamo. bo 'a good one. The Y. M. C. will have on two new men, one of rots, onions, etc. A market'garden- A _ ,_T I they are disappointed. rlhe Market y .City league and the other is a 'Toronto artist of note. The Pniss has all its weak spots strengl.hene.'i PRIZE We otfer for the best Loaf of Home Made Bread made from Our Best Flour And entered at the Lethbridge Fair 200 1.00 Your Grocer Sells It I i i Ellison Milling tator Co, ltd, G. W." GH13EN, Manager Raymond. Magratii Lethbridge or from Burdett says he could make uD'two car loads of similar produce. Enuuiries from men having eggs, etc., have also bren plentiful 'and from these indications it is cer- tain that we shall soon have the market properly going. People who co down to the mar- ket hall exoetrtinsr to see business must not be surprised if I and is, prepared to make the leaders tnc limit to wVn. i? that Grassy Lake is thriving. He is chey are disappointed. The Morket endeavoring to make arrangements for our mill to handle the grain from hat Hat News. There will be a joint band concert n the square tonight when both the Lethbridge City Band and the Loth-.- bridge Concert Band will play from eight to ten o'clock. The concert is being given for the benefit of. the Fernie sufferers. A corps of young adies is being organized -by the lad- ies of the churches to pass the col- lection boxes among the crowd to receive contributions to the Fernie Relief Fund. The Band Concert .will be well worth attending and when its object is considered there will doubt- less be a throng -of people on the square tonight to hear the music and swell the amount of the Relief Fund. Masters Isay are. satisfied; with tho. way things are shaping. ll Proclamation GARB OF THANKS Manager Stephens and the staff at t the Bijciu hereby aesire to express their aprociation or the Fc-rvices ren_ i de-red by the Concert last night A-HALF HOLIDAY The afternoon of Wednesday, Au_ at the in aid, of the Relief Fund. The manager also wishes to expresit his thanks to his staff who so generously gave their services gratis. The Bijou was. packed to the doors for two performances last night. Everyone was delighted with the en- .tertainment. The pictures were ac- knowledged to be the best- put on i the screen this season. Had it net bc-n so warm another house could easily have been secured.. The Con- cert Biind attended and "paraded to the theatre. They rendered a num. ie LOO often the cause of TO THE CITIZENS OF LEIH- BR1DGE, 'GREETING. gust 12 will be a civic holiday. Aid. hvs acting mayor in the absence of i ber of selections at the door. Mayor Henderson, has proc-j After ext-.-nding the invitation to lamation declaring the holiday and j both bands as he did. Manager Steph- calling upon all good citizens to ob- feels the. Citizen's [Band did not respond when the ob- i ject of the evening is kept in view. WON PRIZES AT MACLEOD j poultry farmers seem to vu got away with a good shuru of Miss tne Prizes at thc Fair which YE That I, William Carlos Ives, by virtue of the pow- ers in me as Acting Mayor of the City of Lerbbridge, do hereby declare the af- ternoon of the 12th day of August Civic Holi- day. I hereby call upon all good citizens to observe the same. W. C. IVES, Acting Mayor GOD SAVE THE. Great loss and Distress Because the Fire Insurance has been overlooked. It does not cost much to insure your properly, so why run any risk? I represent some of the Best Fife Insurance Companies doing business in Canada today See Me ALV1N RIPLEY, Rocnv 5, Whitney Block Clothes don't make the man, but tlieyiitake all but his bauds 'auclf 1120 during business hours. See the point? Appear- ances may be to a large extent depict our characters. Get your clothes cleaned and pressed bv JOHNSTON Befad Balmral H .s that you get it 40c for Large Pint J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- 4 4 4 4 4 4 For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See As light and rustling as silk, and .wear three times longer We have them at and black and colors Silk MoireLte Underskirts Beautiful Goods. Taffeta Silk Underskirts Black and Colors, excellent values at and each W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lauds and Properties Rooms 1 and 2 Southard Block PHONE 54 THE CASH STORE A, Macdonald Co, PIPES You are invited to call and inspect our MEERSCSAUMS and RRIEK PIPES iii Cases POUCHES TOBACCO JAES R. W. Wallace The Sooker's Headquarters WIFE MAKES UP SHORTAGE Toronto. Aug. special audit of the books of Former Exhibition Treasurer Col. J. Knox Leslie, has revealed an actual shortage of 963 with still in doubt. The amount has been or will be conipLte. ly made up by Mrs. Leslie. NOTICE Sale of Impounded Animals NOTICE is lu-rcby given that I will st-11 by public auction, at the City Pound, east of Westminster Road, on 13th August, 1903, at thc-hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon; 1 red and white cow, and calf. Cow branded k-ft .ribs also AN on V left hip. 201-G J. GILUSP1E. Pound Citv of I Few More Crates of Peaches, Plums Apples and Watermelons left out of our carload. Come quick if you want any. THE GOOD CO. .1 Phone 98. Blue "Ribbon Bargain outfit for SI will be delivered this J APPLICATIONS will be received by the undersigned to the 22nd day of August for the position of ACCOUNTANT for the City of thbridge. Appli. cants will please sond copies of tes- timonials and state salary. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Dustless Floor Oil H A I Successors to G, L. Vrooman Phone 75 f ;