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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt rtACE TO STAY MM h uuMp it HIM Thresher 7 Supplies Fairbank'i Swift's Bight and Water, Glass and Steam Gauges Rubber Asbestos Steam Packing Pipe and Fittings HICK Hardware Co. BOX 670 PHONE 62 We Sell for Cash The Best Box of Paper and Envelopes for 25c All the new Magazines now in H 1st to fet tf UN tat Phon. 251 j Eastffl RcstsTired Feet Makes walkiugeaay The free use of this powder prevents rotting and- subse- quent rolling up the canvas lining of the shoes This meant comfort and alao means fewer holes in stockings. 2 5c per Tin J I laitottoictltl The Store of Quality Just Received A Fresh Ship1 ment of IIIIED HIM OTY AMD WSIMCT REMEMBER OUB Crockery Sale IS STILL ON PHONE 21 teKUNftMB 1 .........i" r Medicine Requires" good material. Good "medicine also're- quires good compounding. We are; noted for coin- pounding prescriptions carefully and. accurately from materials that are of the EL2CVATQH CO, LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR hr Inri and tetrj This has txieu acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours i milled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask your deafer for ELLISON FLOUR And see yon get it. We only ask one (rial and we are then sure of your trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flonr your Customers are asking for LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH G. W. GREEN, Manager Prescription Specialists 1. I KPlFf, IETIIUKE CIGARS BYTHEBOX frm ip Try a Box Clear Haraas, R. W. Wallace Tie Sooker's Healqiartfrs saved it by buying two pairs of shoes .at German's. "Trainmen say that-the heavy rains in the mountains have completely ex- tinguished the busn fires. The Citizens Band will not play on the square tonight but will appear Sunday night at 9 o'clock instead. Tonight sees another new scene on the curtain at'the.Bijou. Miss Tilney left last night to spend her-vacation in the Blairmore Moun- tains. The annual meeting of the Leth- bridge Woollen Co. will be held next Monday. A. R. McGwire, accompanied by his sister, Vcrna, left today to spend some timfe at his old home in Otta- wa. Trophy'Jelly beaten. See it at the J. Brown Co.'s store this week. Thu Foresters have a team that will they think, win the cup in the tug of war contests on Day. The Chinook Club has made ar- rangements to receive the returns of the Saskatchewan elections at the club tonight. There was a spill on the main line some place last night and the Spo- kane Flyer, westbound, was twelve hours late as a result. Rochon understands ice cream and candy. Trophy Jelly, Baking Powder, Bak- ing Soda and Extracts are demon- strated at the J. Brown Co.'s store this week and on Monday. How's this for prompt -payment? Bandmaster Harper this morning re- ceived from the four or tivc citizens who donated the services of the Citizens Band for the fair. into rthe ditch. Mr. Bcesley found it 1 was particularly OF HORSES FEATURE OF FAIR Continued .from Front 'Page.) previous j'ears.. As might be "expect- ed the exhibit of grain in the sheaf fine. The wheat necessary to hold its head up to pre- vent-it drowning. A team was pro- cured and the horse pulled Rochon's ice: cream has a good putation. For the cricket match at Pincher Creek tomorrow the following.; __ will represent Lethbcidge: J. Hings, Corpl. Wade, Gibbon, Ely, Nourse; Marshall. Dr. Stew: art, Kurchison, J. _B. Robinson (cap- The team leaves on tonight's train, Steve Murray took a poke at Fred Sefton in one of the cabins near the fair grounds, and hit :him on the eye. Fred did" not "like it and told the po- lice. This morning Steve put and costs for his pugnacity. Geo. W. Whelen, manager of the Lethbridge Woollen" Mill Co. was in Grassy Lake yesterday loading two cars of wool which he purchased from Green Brtfs. and McKenxie and Camp Ivell. Through A. E, Humphries, W. H Ifarvey. the owner of Baron Sorbv w ith full heavy heads and cl can stiff straw, presenUKl a prosperous sight. The "ats, with long, heavy heads, and rich green straw bespoke great crops. The barley-was a fine sample too." Those who say Alberta cannot grow corn, -1- Whitney's served 'with Alberta honey froiri D. Whitney's farm. Thousands of these lunches were given away and the excellent .bread made from" Red discussed. Upstairs, the ladies' work is dis- played and some particularly -good is shown, the whole class being above' the average. A "noticeable im- provement hts been provided in the wire screen, put up to_ keep -the crowd from handling the exhibits. The fine Best Buy in City 2 Lotifbn CourtUiud Street, one block west.of WeBtuiiiister Road PER LOT TERMS L S. RIPtEY, Ro m 5, Whitney Block six-foot sheaf ofl convinced of -their _ mistake. The grasses were very fine.- T. n. Woolf- ord of CardstoK had line of different a good display-i -while :the timothy was good" enough ,for any eastern farmer. The vegetable exhibition was sim- ply great. were a great, many entries and all .cabbage, were there in large numbers and unexcelled ,Qther gar- den truck was there-In smaller qua'n- tities but in quality just as good. The house plants and cut flowers were very good indeed, although not so arts aud school work were good and well arranged. The- O. Kerr Co. had a good ol what Southern 'Al- and does produce. samples" of grain, grasses and fruits attractive exhibit. An .ab- undance of '-literature given away sang the praises of this" country and reader where his The poultry" show is one of the ClothesTloht mate tbe mim, btiTtbey mukeaH but his hands a'ncl business -hours. -See 'the" Appear- ances may be-deceitful, but they to a "large extent depict .our, characters. Get your clothes cleaned and pressed by MARK JOHNSTON Had -HHI.US GaBol hriid Defoered Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is worse than no brand give .you satisfaction TRY IT wishes to correct the statement made in. the Herald yesterday, that his horse was sixth in the judging at Macleod Fair. Mr. Harvey says that the horse was not placed for exhibi- tion at all and hence was not Judged Rochon's ice cream is "it." Edmonton Saturday Xews: Two po- popular young Edmontonians were married at an early hour on Wednes- day at All Saints' Church when Miss Sadie, daughter of Mr. Charles Wish- was rs better currants and gooseberries could be produced :mywhere._-and t-he apples proved that such, fruit can be grown in Southern Alberta. The bread display this' year was lacking in both quantity and quality. What was lacking in the regular ox- hibition was ma.de up in a special by the Taylor Milling Co. This exhibit took the form of a free lunch made of fresh bread made of art, Winnipeg, became the wife Mr. Roy Douglas, of the provlnciaJ ta this year's crop of Alber- On August- 7, Sam Young audit department, and son of Mr. i cut his wheat. On August 11, it chief features of the fair and. is con- getting bigger and bigger. Judge A. .W. Foley says that it -is the best ever.held :in Lethbridge.; Of -the 163 birds .judged, not one was disqualified, which is a. splendid re- cord. In thftr show were> minion Fair winners and many more about as good. There was -very strong competition in Wyanrtottes .and Barred Plymouth Rocks. The Buff Cocks showed well while the White Bocks were very good though not numerous. ;There wjxs petition in ducks.. Poultrymen say that there, are bigger shows in the east but none can show better class- es than there were at the Lethbridge show this year. There is a clause in the rules gov- erning ihe exhibition that no exhi- bitor sKall in any way call the judge's attention to his exhibit; A violation of this rule was noticed in one or two cases. It dirf not likely We welcome to our store dur- ingLethbridge Inter Co. Itl Phones 23 and 123 Track Ofic ForFairWeek We will sell Handbags and Purses at 25 per cent discount I Toward Douglas, Dominion park com threshed and delivered to 'the Taylor make any .difference with the Judges Bags .50 going for .40 .55 .75 i.OO 1.00 1.25 2.00 2.50 3.00 j 6.00 750 1.50 1.90 2.2o 3.00 4.50 5.60 We have a very large stock of these goods that mnsi go to make room for im- port goods arriving next month. J. J. Johnston Prevription Druf gist -QUALITY QUARTERS- misstoner, Banff. What's the matter with Rochon's ice cream Rev. C. J. Brenton, M. A. princi- pal of King's Coili-ge School, Van- couver. B.C., is in the city. Mr. Brenton has been at Edmonton and Calgary and intends to make a tour of B. C., as well. It is six years since he was in Lethhridge before and like all other visitors he notices great improvements in the city. mill, the next flay it was milled and [but it might. WANTED Two (Htiinp rooir. girls and a chnmhor Windsor Hotel.7-9.ll or. that evening, the City Bakery made some of the flour into bread Yesterday, August 13, the bread was at the hall. Wing cut up, buttered, A full stock of all kinds oE Groceries, Fruit :and Con- fectionery on hand While at the .fair drop in and try onr ICE CREAM THE GOOD CO. Phone n.' WHOESALEARD RETAIL FtUIT AND PRODUCE The attendance was not quite as large as last year, the Dominion Fairi and the early harvest the pro- bable causes. For an in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R.DOBBIN iu Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Propertiet BWk LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Brand Clothing: Climbing the always upward. 11 To be well dressed, does not mean expensively dressed. You can be well dressed in Progress Brand Clothing at a saving of from 20% to 3o7o compared with the cost of clothes of equal quality. This label guarantees it. Stld and Guaranteed by McRELVIE