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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ^;-'|!^^lDiMiyy�- HOTEL Ntw and Up to DaU. ' ^ tAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ISe LetMnjdg) THE PLACE TO STAYI Ml H llUMlii li til MUM mi "Mr. Farmer" IVhen you are in need of HAY FORKS BARLEY FORKS BUNDLE FORKS BINDER WHIPS or anything in our line required for the Harvest Season, do not forget that 074.r stock is complete and the prices right The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 670 PHONE 62 The Store of Quality * DECORATE For THE FAIR FLAGS LL SIZES & PRICES % 1 Ml N�w Whitnay Block FREf GOLD STANDARD FOOD PRODUCTS Will be held TUESDAY, THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY PHONE 21 G. wmm & cfl. First UNION GrocEry Store In City CALIFORNIA CRAWFORD PEACHES . For Preaerviiig. $1.75 ^^^'^ Cme. EXTRA PINE QUALITY THE ooobcd. PHONE . HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT M DELIVERY ^ FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PEp CENT. " ^ Fully modern house to rent. Close in. $36.00 per month. ^ I, , =^i��P' "ew cottage, $1,750.00. $250.00 cash and Everything I (or the Bath but tha water and tha iub. For the skin to perform its tuBctions rightly, bathing is required and right bathing requires right bath requisites Wc might add, thfi right place to get these requiiito? is from IlkrtiOniiiilMGo. Prescription Speoialiat* 1.1, ma, Mp. iHHiiiK 'Ig Pills or agged People Great* he�ltb and beauty They cleanse the whole system, purify the blood cl^ar the complexion. Nature's remedy for headaches, biliousness, dyspepsia, rheumatism, and all stomach tronbleB For sale at J.ILIiiiabotli8HiftCo.lti Family and Dispensing ChemisU. Telephone 49. Night clerk. Alaa Branch in North Ward THE WEATHER. IkinionKm. fnir ..........01 80 ('�iilK-iiry, luir ..................... 78 I.olhbi-idjro, lair . . .03 8'J .^fpdicinf lint, ('loudy ......... S)2 WiniiiiJt'g. i-loucly ............... 70 Hulletin From Central Ofl'cc Forecast.-I'Tnsettlod and cool local showers. .J J 54 72 ()2 with balance very easy. The H. MacbeLh Agency We liavi- a clioicti Improved Irri^'ated Farm for sale iicnr Coaldaie. .Also some rnimproved Irrigated Land. And Home yreat bargains in non-irrigated tracts, well located and on easy torn\s. Money to loan on furuis at 7 and 8 p.c. The Hlberta Securities Limitei) successors to im Mr co Corner Round and Redpath Streets Telephone 141 QUEEN QUALITY SHOES REPRESENT SOLID COMFORT TO WOMEN WHO WIAR TH8M. WB HAVE A MICE SELECTION THE FOOT TOGGERY - NELSON & GOW  Two Lots and Small House cornering on beat resi- 2  dence atreet in city. $1,300. easy terma AI niTD^ r TX/irc^ Stafford block J\L^DILiiK I Ej� 1 V lLlO� PHONE 297 ^ For a iirat-clasB job in �^LEANING AND DYEING lies' or 6ents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 3.53 UOOK AROUND AND DON'T GET STUCK. There's a difference in the ijualitj ; ;of lumber-and in prices, too-i and unless you look around a bit before i^lacing your bill for that new-well, whatever it is you are goinK to build-you'ie mighty apt to get stuck. iWhat's thtj use of taking chances, ;anyway ? We'll only be too glad to make you an estimate on whatever you want in lumber or any |kind of building material, and if ;ire can't prove that it's to your 'iwlrantpge to buy from us, then ijou can go elsewhere. [BUT GET OUR FIGURES. ANYWAY. RogersHCunningham Lumber Company Ld Ffeioitcs 23. 123 and 321 H. E. Rudd, ol EdmoBton, ia �m-oBg theCair visitors. Mrs. Alex. Munroe is visiting at her fatlier-in-Iaw'8 is North Ward. G. H. Button, suporistMMlmt ol the experimeatal farm at Lacomb� is ia tho city.  Everything new and up to data at tha Eureka tonight, with a new program. Mra. H. M. Bentley of Aaacomda, Moat., fonnerly of Ijethbridge is in tiio city. AmoBS those in the city for ii� fair are E. F. ElUsoD aad G. \V. Green of Baymond, of the Elliaon Co. E. N. Barker, editor of the Alberta Home&teaid, of Edmonton, aad formerly of Cardston, is in the city attending the fair. The return of the old favorites, "The Thatent," in their new Dutch ' act, at the Eureka tonight. Mr. Gordon Johnston of Winnlpeijt, who is returning from Seattle, Is the guest of Mr. Huffh Boyd, Bartlett St. W. G. Conrad has beon elected president of the -Montana State Bankers Association. A bunch of v&gs were )Un in last night ami will >)e lookod niter (lurinif the fair. See the greatest dare-devil in the country at the Eureka in the Cage of Death. n. Baker lias gone to Winnipeg to join Uio >. Gunn & Son.s staff, having been wired to come. �J. II. Flootwooil is able to be out tuoumi again, ttiough ho is still voi-y weak. CITY AND DISTRICT Kev. H. H. Crnirg of Granum, is sPendingr the day with his brother Ur. C. C. Cragg. Kngineer Stdjcod of the A. B. & I. staff at Xo. 3, is in the hospital with typho d fever. ColiO traffic to the south is very heavy these dajs. Many cars go out each day. Everybody can have a seat at the Eureka now. Reserved seats on sale at any time. The thermometer registered 99 degrees in the shade at Coutts at half past ten this morning. Wednesday being a civic holiday the post ofHce will Ijo open only from 9 a. ra. to 11 a. m. The Heralfi wants a good reliable boy to deliver the Daily Herald in Duff Addition. J. W. and Mrs. Turpin, Mrs. ai>d Aliss Eckstorm, Andrew Naismith and Clarence Rogers have returned from Watcrton Lakes. "The American Olrl" at the Lyceum Tent tonight,' Rev. T. P. Perry left yesterday on a trip througb the north country where there are several missimis under his saperiateadency. James Fisk was offered S800 for a Carmangiay lot for which be p�id only S350.00 at the �uotioa sale less than three weeks ago. Sot the Jeanne Rusaall Co. in thoir strongest play at tha Lycaum Tent tonight, "Tha American Qirl." The man Kosko, who wos brought iHtclc frotc Montana on a charge of I stealing a horse belonging to a rancher, Pruitt, of Medicine Hat, was this morning committed for trial for the theft of a horse from C. P. Ashe. A special excursion train will leaVe liethbridge for Bow Island on Aug. 19th in the morning in connection with Ludtke & Wuddell's auction sale of town lots at Bow Island and will return to llie city in the e%'ening. This will be a good opportunity for the city folks to visit that part of the country and incidentally to see the famous Oltl Glory Gas WeU. The return train will leave Bow Wand about ten p.m. That bright and beautiful comedy, "The American Girl" at the Lyceum Tent tonight. A 1 Section of Land near Stirling at $]5.50 per .acre. $3 cash, balance 5 eqvial annual payments. A number of Improved Farms listed for sale on easy terms of payment. Call and look our list over THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Bryan Block, Lethbridge' VISITORS TO THE FAIR Drop in and see us at our office, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK. We will be pleasfd to i.nve you any iufonna-tion re{.,'arding tlie City and District. Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phon.. 17;? LETHBRIDGE P. C\ Box 679 IRON SPRINGS Soutlien Mterta loan & Imeiitiiieiit Co. GEORGE J. BRYAN Thompson Block, Calgary CITY PROPERTY MONEY TO LOAN Gen. Manag� t Bryan Block, Lethhrid^^ FARM LANDS INSURANCE CPCPIII  Fine large Residential Lota, London aribML. Road, 30x148, $500 each. Offices To Rent in Bryau Block CITY AND DISTRICT A. E. Kendall and W. Randall of Wlnnifred, arc in the city for !the fair They brought in some fine samples of products raised near Winnifrad, including sweet corn, flax, r}-e and oats which are on exhibit in Hatch Ic Coon's window. They have also entered some spring wheat at the fair. They report a brisk demand for the Wlnnifred lots at the townsite near the railway. Harvesting is in full iswins in that district. Clarke44owsll Iwxina contest tomorrow night altar thaw at Lycaum Tent. Tickets, 12.00. 01.60 and 01.00. W. Dunlap of Sweet Valley waa cutting his oats on Aug. 6th. He has over fifty acres which ought to run alMUt seventy bushels to the acre. Good kindling for sale cheap at Turpir.'s Furniture Store. Jens Anderson of Cleverville is in the city for the fair. He reports that there is gas escoping now at the well on the, form of Mr. Fath. The old well drilling machine has been removed but the well will be finished by a new machine which can go veryone is talking of "The American Girl." .See it tonight at the Lyceum Tent. Miss Dora E, Nimmons has recoiv-od her diploma us kindergarten assistant from the llcpartment of Education at Toronto. " Farewell Scotland, I'm awa' lae Fife" That was what the old Scotch lady said when she took the ferry from Granton to Burntisland. Farewell Rounjl Street, T am now picture framing for REDXDIIIICllilDIIMCS. Redpath Street Iron Springs is about twenty-sevfiii rnile.s north o� Lethbridge. It was si'ttli'd about, three years asro. Some quarti^r." are all broken but on an average lialf the land is broken up. The crops this year are very good. It is nearly nil spring iv^lu^at. The barley harvest is in full swing. Oats are ready to cut. Nearly everyone Tias some fall wheat wliich i,s ripe and ready to cut. Iron Springs h.is had a school for two years and is now expecting a new teaelier so ns to start school on Aug. 16. When George Kislijbr settled at Iron Spring.s in Kovomber, 1905, tliere was then no houso between his plHce iiirI Lpthbridge. Now the coun try is all settled on every quarter. About half the land ia in crop. Next ypar'.i crop will be nearly double. The governinont will drill at Sec. 18, Tp. II, R. 20 struck good water at 252 feet. The water is now 135-feet deop in the six inch well. A pump has been put in. Another well was ."tartod at Sec. 5, Tp. 11, R. 20 on Aug. 6th. as Re-stocked AND BB-gpeori DOMINION SOVEREIGN SHELLS. CREOLIN ] I For washing wire cuts ]' ;; Sores et6. on animals is a � > . � good cleanser and healer. ! For Sale by I J. J. Johnston Praaeription Druggist I -QUALITY QUARTER8- We R Headquarters 4 PETERS' TARGET SHELLS. Sporting: Goods Our Assortment B 4 U ' Buy MMIGRATION LAW DROVE H�R INSANE Ogdi>nsbui'g, v.. Aug. 9.-Driven insane by the complexities of immigration reciuireiiionts, Mr. Ann Kul-.iaj left here tonight in charge of a government inspectoi', en route for New York, whence she will bo idcport etl (.0 her home in Austria. 'Threa inonLhs ago her (ittoen year -ojrt tiaughter were passed at New York i and pcriMitteal oil^ THE ASSORTMENT WILL SATISFY ANY DEMAND. McKedwn Hardware Go. LIMITED Round and Dufferin Streets, Lethbridge BASEBALL Brandon - Lethbridge Series ' Games Commence :;  Tomorrow Morning at 10:00 Tomorrow Evening at 6:30 The Alexandra A cooJ, pleasant; plaze to dine these hot daya. Everything that the market afforda at prices to suit all. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Fair Week Offer 11 Lots Oil Redpath Street. $400 each W. R <&Co. Phone 12� ;