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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TO LOAN Lit LI MI TEe Lethbridge Daily Thresher Supplies Detroit Swift's Sight Peiiberihy lujeotow Fairbank'i .Globes and Check Water, Glass and Steam Kubber Asbestos Packing Pipe and Fittings HICK BOX 670 PHONE 62 UWeSdr for Cash Nyall Easem RestsTiredM -U_______J A Meets'Supplies BJui Print Papers Tracing Linen Tracing Paper Drawing Paper and Drawing Inks BCSON'S ?00l 5M 1st tor lest rf ItiM lant Phone 251 Makes walking easy The free of this powder prevents rotting aud subse- quent rolling up of the canvas lining of the This comfort and also means fewer in stockings. 25c per Tin JJ. Cbenmti Resident Night Clerk AND DISTRICT BASEBALL TO. The Store of Quality We are making big reduc- tions Ott CROCKERY t Call in and prices THE PLACE TO STAY AH ii at mitt There's a Comiiig 'And itVlmpd with laughter, mirth and song, because it is Richard Pringle's Famous THE WEATHER Edmontpn, fair............ 58 Calgary, fair .-10 CO rain .57 09 Winnipeg; clear 72 je, fair .40 69 Hat, clear .36 6-i PRESS vs. Y.M.C NIGHT AT 6.30. ;Bev. D. Taber is in the city. H. Fares- left for Winnipeg tnis morning. Bulletin From Central .Office- Nesr change ot programme at the. Or rain have fallen in Al- tonight berta and northern and yesteni Sas- Duccau1 Audcrsoti, ot is in the city. Colin Maclcod, barrister of Mac' ;od i is dowrufor the Fair. H.- A. Driggs and wife of Grassy j Lake are visitors in the city. katchewan. The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been cooL Temperatures dropped quite low at] tnany points. showers in a few localities but mostly fair awl not 1 51rs. C. B. Bowman will in tcmperature. ceive tomorrow nor again this sea- son. Onlv two shows at the Bijou to Drug Talks No matter what kind of drug store goods you want get them here. If you want pure drugs aud medi- cines or any one 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 Alberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 11 Mgr, Alberta' fine and cool today Ion Thursday. ilacleod Advance: At the Church of I England last evening at 7 p.m. in man is in the city attending the fair, j presence o[ a number of friends. Bryce Wright of DeWinton la in_the j by the Hall> EUlrUlgc city attending the fair as one of the Qf the'R.N.w.M.P. to Miss Lil- jlive stock judges. j las'Malcolm McKenzie both of Mac-] J. Huflner of the Hudson's Bay Co. leaves at the end oi the week for j A E HumphrieS( immigration-ag- Winnipeg on his semi-annual buying hafi returued from a trip to the triP- district where he was gett- See "Spud sling 'em over at trie i _ baseball tonight 'at 6.30. i Geo. Hardy of the Hudsons Bay Co., Macleod, fornierly'of Lethbridge, j is in the city taking in the exhibi- tion. Bruce Beagle was in the city yes- jterday and says the. crops north sixty busheis-to the acre. j the city are the best he ever his eyes on. LAWYERS DID WELL Walter E. Buchan, accountant oij _____ the Hudson's Bay Co., Edmonton, with Mrs. Buchan, are visiting Mrs. Buchan's parents. Mr. and (.3. Whitney. I B F Lake, pharmacist to the Win nipeg General Hospital, arrived in the city on Saturdaj- and is the i guest of Mrs. W. S. Fair- Ifield, Burdett St., for a short time. Sneak thieves are operating in the C. P. R. yards.. Last night a pump was stolen off a. water wagon which had been unloaded off the car yester- day. The waggon belonged to Jon- snai; Bla.ck of the city. The match of the season. Y.M.C. vs. Press and "Spud" tonight at 6.30. Jmjlligration. depdrtnient. Se thousand sheaves of and grasses, He says hc never saw gratn_.than there is in that country- Woolford and Woolf Qf whcat that will i> Payments in the Thaw Murder Cas- .Qf CIGARS BY THE BOX Imported from op Dtaestic fron Try a rf Clear Bayanas, R. W. Wallace The Slacker's Headquarters ForFairWeek Tar and PAPER Poor Paper is worse than no Paper will give you satisfaction TRY IT We will sell Handbags and Purses at 25 per cent disconnt Bags S .50 going for S .40 .75 .55 "1.00 .75 t: 1.25 l 1.00 2.00 1.50 2.50 1.5K) 3.00 2.25 14 4.00 3.00 6.00 4.50 750 5.GO We have a very large stock OL these goods that must go to make room for im- port goods arriving next month. J. J. Johnston j S Prescription Druggist i Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Aug. his cell in the county jail here to- night Harry K. Thaw gave the fol- lowing statement concerning tha claims filed against him by various lawyers which hj asserts forced him nto bankruptcy. The sums already expended jind the names of the haw. yers and otherb to whom I. have paid the money were clarly stated in the newspapers. There is only this much to add. Besides the heavy total oi about that I paid out myself my mother paid our family physi- cian and gave about addition al to Mr. Hartridge, making r chived by this firm prior to Apri 16. 1907. "My mother also made a present of to Mr. Delmas, this made his actual fee paid by ms in all that he received for able service. Mr. Delmas bill for expenses was iS3 than and is included in the item sundries. for detectives and WANTED A general servant. Apply Mrs. E. J. Hill, Crabb St 204.0 I For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Loth bridge Properties ROOMS 1 and 2 Block LETHBRIDGE, v Headed by CU.rence Powell and Pete Woods The Beau Brummela of Comedy AND 4O OTH E" RS A KmATlON W IDNSTRE15Y JEE HOV YOU: LIE IT BIQ STREET PARADE AT G. P.M. GRANDBALL FOOT TOGGERY The Specialty Store'of the in carrying everything in. up-to-date Footwear, including Ladies', Men's and Children's Bootg, Shoes and-Hosiery of all sizes and descriptions. We can show you values never before seen in the city. NELSON GOW til top 11 IrtsbnaSL SZicasI ALBERT [VES lou 2, IN Oliver's Hall The Opening Ball of the Season by the Conservatory oMinsic Dance Orchestra will teiiielu this Olivers Hall. This is the first of a series of dances to be given by. this popular organization, at all of which is- gnarantend the Best Music in Southern Alberta. Tickets-Gents' Ladies' Free MUSIC WILL STABT AT 9.80 WIN PRIZE: We offer for the best Loaf of Home Made Bread made from Oiir Best, Flour A.ud entered at the fair 200 1.00 Your Grocer Sells It r, ISDB Mini Stetor Co, Ltd. "aw. GREEN, Manager 2 HOUSES AND SIX tOTS FOR TERMS In Wallwork Aildition, close to Elevator _, One House new and modern L S. RIPLEY, Rorm 5, Whitney Block Clothes don't.niake the but thty njAkeull but his hands Jhe point? Appear- but they to a our characters. Get your clothes cleaned and pressed Behind BalBoral Hold PfeQK 215 Goods Called far and Delivered FAIR Will be of Interest to the Value Wise Men Owing to our rapidly increasing trade we have been compelled to niore than double our floor space within the last year, and this fall finds us in a much better position to take care of your than ever before. We have bought heavily Eor Fall, and as buy nothing bnt the best and for 'casti we can off er you bettrrValnes at lower prices than yon can buy elsewhere in the city. For the past ten days we.have been busy opening up NEW FHLL. GOODS our store will convince yon that we can not only save von money bnt give yon a better selection in the Men's Wear Line than yon can get NEW FALL CLOTHING See our Window Display for NEW FALL STYLES to Fit Reform Clothing to Umiier Co. Ltd. Phones 23 ami 123 Xim Yiri North ol Track OSct B While at the Fair drop around to the nesiduroni And Have a Good 25c MEAL T. DESMOND, Prop. Cor. Smith and Redpatl! Sts, The Geo. I Slater InvictysSiiDeefor Men, Prices to 6.50 FURS! We can save yon big money in Furs this Fur Lined Coats, Fur Collars, Fur Caps, etr. Men's Cloth Coats. up Men's Underwear..........................................SI Salt Men's Negligee Shms....................- np Christie's and Jno. B. Stetson's Hats... r.................. Prices to Men's Working Shirts and Gloves....................... .Prices 5Qc up McKclvic McGuire ;