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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ttONCT TO Thresher The Store of Quality nouiutu THE PLACE TO CTAY to tftftrtjrt ft Detroit Sight Fenberthy Globes and Check Vilveg Water, Glass aud Steam Rubber Aftbeetoa Steam Pipe and Fittings ICK Hardware Co. BOX 670 PHONE 62 We Sell for Cash Makes walking easy The free this powder prevents rotting and subse- quent rolling up of the canvas lining of the shoes. This means comfort and also means fewer holes in stockings. 25c per Tin InAitects'Sopplies Blti3 Print Papers Linsa Tracing Paper Drawing and Drawing Inks NHH STBIE 1st tar let if tun Ink Phone 251 J. D. lifioktai CUtt DUpemlnf Resident Niybt For First-class Groceries -anH A. A Fresh Vegetables PHONE 21 We are making big redac- tions pu CROCKERY- Call iu and ask-far prices BKPIII DDCUIIIUC Uiuiuu. iiiuniumu FOR BEST SAMPLES OF THE FOOT TOGGERY CITY AND DISTRICT Rxtra special at rhe Bijou tonighl; W. H. Fares of is "in the city, F. W. Ashc o[ Quebec In among the visitors in the city. The. next public ball at the Bijou J will occur, on Wednesday, A The friends of Mrs. A. C. Messer will regret to know.that she is dan- ger ouslj'i ill. r- One-third more scenery at the Bi- ou tlian usual .tonight, all at ,the some low price. The infant son of Stephen Yoke, THE WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy 77 53 few light scattered showers but .mostly--, cooler today and on. Ron Irrigation Grains, Vegetables and fruits V ..A'''''. Exhibited at the LETHMHDGE FAIR We to secure some fine samples of Sunny "Southern Alberta Products, and offer the following special prizes: Best of all varieties of wheat, oats, barley; timotfcyj alfalfa, "sugar beets aad vegetables, etc. 7 .00 up-to-date Footwear, iocludiug Ladies', Men's aud Children's Boots, Shoes and Hosiery of ail sizes and descriptions. We can show you values never before seen iu the city. NELSON GOW tap II Mi Una it ton, Mute enj ALBERT IVES tasZ, Binr (tak PHONE Second Third prize 10.00 7-50 Three next bestfeaoh'. 5.00 I Drug Talks No matter what kind of drug store goods you want get them here. If you want pure drags and medi- cines or any one of the thousand and one different things carried by drug stores, get them here and they will be good. Every- thing is good in this store The twenty .mouths old daughteir.of iii. Hole died on Sunday and was uried yesterday in the public ceme- ery. J Mr. -Hole recently arrived from Calgary, having the contract :for he haul ing of the saud and gravel or the cement sidewalk construction. .The. Lethbridge Woollen Co. a stock of wool for their season's manufacturing -operations. North Ward was buried yesterday in the Roman Catholic cemetery. W. F. Stevens and A. W. Foley of Edmonton are in the city to attend to their official duties at the Fair. car of effects "went through to Milk Rvvcr-from Pem- broke this morning addressed to CoL Mackie. Remember the show at the Bijou tomorrow night commences at 7.30 Only two performances. Dancing commences at 9.30. Owing to the offer of prizes by vhe O. W. Kerr Co. being made so V it has been decided to receive entries at the Fair Grounds up to Thursday Mberta Drag and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. B. linET, Igr. LETIIBIICE Geo. Reycraft, a settler in the Bow- ville district, was a caller at the Her aid office yesterday. He brought the usual intelligence of fine crops in that section; Thos. Woolford, one of Cardston's most successful farmers, spent last night in the city on his way to Le- duc and Lacombe where he will judge the entries in the standing During the few days they pur- chased one hundred thousand pounds of wool from MeKehzie Campbell and Green Bros, of Grassy Lake and from J. A. Young and Hy. Perrett of New Dayton. Chief Gilfespie has had a cow in pound nearly all summer and after a certain time advertised it, in the -Al- berta Gazette as the law requires. When the time expired he advertised it for- sale in the Herald, One sertion was enough for the owner, who in- Raymond, saw" the advt'. and promptly caine to the Chief to claim the animal. J. W. Tecnaht, the well known con- ductor' the A. R. I. railway and his brother A. J. Teunaut, have opened up a harness shop at' Warner under 'the firm of Tennan At J. will !live. in Warner and manage the business. They hav placed a large stock of harness i their storu. 'Fred Turner, manager and proprie- tor of the "Logan Lo CIGARS BY THE BOX imported from op Domestic from Try a Box Clear Havaoas, R. W. Wallace Tie Sooker's Heiiiurters standing fields contests. A. P: Day, the Medicine Hat cuttle buyer will ship thirty-one cars of cattle on Saturday, sixteen from Raymond and fifteen from Milk River They arc going to Montreal for ex- port to Great Britain. Mr. McKnight, of McKnight Bros., dairymen, was in the city yesterday from Milk River, where he has taken up farming. He says the crops in that district are real good. He re- ports that Mr. Ellert, a settler there has.a magnificent field of corn. Three best exhibits canned 1 straw- berries, 1 currants, 1 First prize. .7.1 Second prize. Third 15.00 3-00 All exhibits to become our property and de- 'livered aud arranged in pur booth at the Fair; Grounds not later than Thursday morning. Grain to be In regular sized bundles. Timbthj, clover and. alfalfa to be in bundles. Vegetables to be in half bushel boxes. WIN A PRIZE We offer for of Home Made Bread made from Our Best Flour Aud entered at the Lethbridge Fair First....'. Second........................ 200 Third......................... 1.00 Your Grocer It S Elevator Co; ltd, G. W. GREEN, Manager v Raymond I-f you haven't got all the different varieties of bring what have. -May be the other fellow hasn't. got them all either. These sam- ples will be used in. exhibits at other fairs in the States. Take an interest .in this and show the far- mers in the States what Sunny Southern Alberta _ Owirip; to the Jate announcement of our -entries will be received up to Thursday morning. Soiithard Block LETHBRIiDGE ALTA. 2 HOUSES AND SIX LOTS FOR TERMS In Wallwork Addition, close to Elevator One House new and modern L. S. RIPLEY, Ro m 5, Whitney Block Clothes don't make ihe many but they but hisliands and face- during businees Kpurs.: Appear- ances deceitfuL but they to a depict our characters. Get your clothes cleaned and pressed by MARR JOHNSTON BcU Babwal Betel tal M CiW far Defirerei gan, Utah, called on the Herald night while en route for Calgar where he will investigate '.aids open for sale in that locality. Turner is much impressed with our district and will .return on Wednesday to at- tend the fair. We .expect that people of Utah will hear much of our. dis- trict when Mr. Turner returns. Mr. Turner was one of the two jepresen- tatives sent from his state to -join the Minnesota editors on their tour but was prevented from joining the party. Tar and Building PAPER ForfairWeek We will sell Handbags and Purses at 25 per cent disco vi lit 4 Bags .50 going for .40 10 1.00 1.25 2.00 2.50 3.00 4.00 6.00 750 .00 .75 1.00 1.50 1.00 2.25 3.CO 4.50 5.00 STRAYED From Grassy Lake, July 20, two horses, a sorrel g Aiding, white face and white hind legs crop ears, and one black gelding. Both branded bar over flying U, and have forelocks cropped. Seen near LethbruJg: lasl week. Reward for information Lad- ing to their recovery. R.Galvin 32.9-12, Grassy Lake. 204J WANTED General servant, able to cook. Ap ply Mrs. Georg> Rog-rs, corner o Ashmead and Ford. 04.0 I Poor Paper is worso than no Paper Our "Alta brand will give yon satisfaction We have a verjr large stock of these goods that must o to make room for ir.i- puri month. __ ing J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. FAIR WEEK iat the Men's Will be of Interest to Owing to our rapidly increasing trade we have been compelled to more than double our floor space within the last year, and this fall ib'iii a much better position to take care of your warxts thaii ever before. We have bought heavily for Fall; and as we buy nothing but the beat and for cash, we can offer you better values at lower prices than you can buy elsewhere in the city. For the past ten days we have been busy opening up NEW FKL-L GOODS A visit to our store will convince you that we can not only save you money but give you a better selection in the. Men's Wear Line than yon can get elsewhere NEW FALL CLOTHING See our Window Display for NEW FALL STYLES Mervs New-FaJLSnits made of Tweeds and Worsteds, C A frO C A fc 1 A 11 O any style. Prices................ Vt In NEW TALL STYLES Fit Reform Clothing IU While at the Fair drop around to the American Restaurant And Have a Good 25c MEAL T. DESMOND, Prop. Cor. Snith and Mpath Sts. The Geo.1 Slater Invictiis Shoes for Men. Prices to 6.50 FURS! We can save you big money in Furs this Coats, Fur Lined Coats, Fur Collars, Fur Caps, etc. Men's Heavy Cloth Coats. up Men's Suit up Men's Negligee up Christie's and Jno. B. Stetson's to Men's Working Shirts and 50c up McKelvie McGuire ;