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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw tnd Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE W-ACE TO STAY Hen in Utkbrtyi is tke UUU HOTIL 4Mr. Farmer" When you are in need of HA Y FORKS BARLEY FORKS BUNDLE FORKS BINDER WHIPS or anything in our line reqwii ed for the Harvest Season, do not foiget that our stock is complete and the prices right The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 670- PHONE 62 t BOOKS, J MAGAZINES J WRITING PAPERS t J FOR SUNDAY I 2 Store is Open Saturday J Erenings f iHOTSOrS 100ISTOIE New Whitney Block Purity in Prescriptions There is just as much need of having confidence in the pharmacist that puts up your prescription as there in having confi- denca in the doctor that diagnoses yonr.case and writes your prescription. We guarantee every in- gredient that goes into the prescription we send out to be absolutely pure. Ukrfa Drug and look Go. Prescription Specialists 1.1. itnEY, HIP. ONLYMED1C1NE5 SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the law--a Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.ni. 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or -NTigbt Bell flNUY Ml IIIKUING CHEMISTS Also Branch in Nvrth Ward he of Quaiity j f REf DEMONSMION GOLD STANDARD FOOD PRODUCTS WiU be held TUESDAY, THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY PHONE 21 GnDiiiDrrD p nn BnflUDttn bU. first ilKiOI Store In City RECEIVED TO-DAY A large shipment of KRU1T. consisting; of Pearhes, Plums. Pears, Apples. Grapes. Blackberries. Tomatoes. eU-. A Car-Load cou: ing next, Watoh this space. THE GOOD CO. PHONE 93 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY V J Lot ou spur track. cash Lots east and close to Westminster .Road, from up. Investigate this, J it's worth while. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block t PHONE 290 NORTH WARD NEWS MJ'S< Dora Nimmons has aeeepu-d position as toacher at Carmarigny. and U'f: to L-nter upon her ilntios MOIJ- dny. George Ingram i-ame in fn-m Su.'i- 'iial last night. He payed at niinster parsonage for tho night and went out again this aiornmjr. A. Hyssop, with her daughter Maggie and some jirl friends spont yesterday at Hyssop Bros.' farm. Jake Chips drove in from his ranch near Cardston on Thursday. He is staying with J. M. Redding while he is in the city. Jons Brodie has finished his con-j tract for the excavation for the ad- j dition to Westminster School. Tomorrow evening at Westminster Church, the pastor, Rev. A. A. will preach ou "The Lord'? Sup- per." After the regular service the sacrament of the Lords Supper will be administered. Monday evening the resjrular quarterly meeting of the Of- ficial Board will be held at tho par- sonage at seven o'clock. The waterworks ditch at the corner of Rachel St. and Westminster Road is full of water, W. H. Parson's Southern Alberta Loan Investment Co. GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. Manama Thompson Block, Calgary Bryan Block. All Property Listed at Both Offices Building Lots Crabb Street, each London Road, each Riverview, each Offices To Rout in Bryan Block MONEY TO LOAN T E R M S INSURANCE .-.N. H REPRESENT SOLID COMFORT TO WOMEN WHO WEAR THEM. WE HAVE A NICK SELECTION THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON 4 GOW CXT A D 5 fine Residence Lots in Riverview, size 27x1 10 feet. Price each, terms ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 We have s choice Improved Irrigated Farm for sale near Coaldaie. Also some Unimproved Irrigated Land. And some great bargains in non-irrigated tracts, well located and on easy terms. Money to loan on T and 8 p.e. The llbrti Securities limited Ctraer Roud ari Rdpatl Streets Sttwssofsto IllertifeiltyCo 141 Re-stocked AND Re-opened Auction Sale .Miss Ina Sage left this afternoon to study professional nursing in Ju- bilee Hospital Vcmon, B. C. Miss Sage will be missed by a large circla of friends. Miss Cassie Wallace vhosr niarri-! _ ace is to lake place next week has j OF been tho central figure in several prei- j ty (.-veins recently. Miss Eckstorm i new store on Miss v'roouian both gave linen! minster Road is open today. It pro-[ for her and. Mrs. Chivws a i kitchen 'shower. Furni- Effects sents a very nic appearance. I CITY AND DISTRICT J. F. Brad shave of Magrath. is in j tbe city. J Rev. T. P. Perry, pustor of Wesley j Church, will preacg at both J .tomorrow. Special lunch dinner at the i Alexandra ori Sundays. room j is1 cool and comfortable. I FATHER MEYER'S SERVICES Rev. Father Meyer will conduct ser- vices at outlying points during Au- gust and September as follows: August 22, Grassy Lake. August 29. Diamond City. Sept. 5, Milk River. Sept. 19. Burdott. Sept. -26.. Courts. The regular Sunday services will be- CARD OF THANKS. i As. the baseball matches are called jh-eld at St- Patrick's cnurch tomor- Jfor six o'clock.next week, the Club mass- at 8 a.m. Qhild- ICafe will put'dinner on early to give !ren's MitSS at Mass at jthe fans a cliance to eat before' ffoinff j11 and Prediction at 7.30. to the gume. The Red Cross juad Book i Co.'s .store in- the Acadia Block op- -j-eued in the Acadia Block opened to T'jt'he public this morning. The store; -'presented a verj- neat and attractive- i T- appearance and xvith tae staff and will no doubt do a large j business. Sec W. L. Wilson's auction sale no- five. The Club Cafe SUNDAY, AUGUST IStU AT FIVE O'C LOCK DINNER MENU B. Walnuts LEANING AND THE CITY _ Phone 000 DYE I tice on Visitors returning1 from the Seattle i i Exposition are speaking verv himhly For a nrst-clatB job in thc Albcrta oxhibit thorc DYEING 'of Fred W. Brown. The rapid devel- Oenl8: Clothes call at'cpment ls vividly bv a life jsize representation of the trail cut off i while the presentation of the "Last j Best West" is well set out. AJtoge- i't-her it is very creditable and full as good as anything in the agricultural i j building. The Canadian exhibit is I also very good and even thc Auieri-' iCans admit that it is equal to anv- j thing in its line on the jBoth exhibits are doing- a good deu.1 i jof educating- and will be factors ia j j bringing good Americans to this I It is fitting 10 express gratitu we feel it. The arduous work of moving my stock into new prem- ises this week has been successfully accomplished without known loss breakage. J heartily thank every one con- ceni.'d for their cheerful and good service at this time. Dollars do not buy such service. ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Whipped Olives Mixed Pickles German Noodle Soup Cutlets of Halibut Tomato Sauce Lobster Salad Pickled Beets Cucumbers Boiled Leg of Mutton Caper Sauce Boston Cream Puffs Lamb Fricassee and. French Peas Chicken. Pot Pie, family style Loin of Young Pork and Apple Sauce Fillet of Veal and Red Currant Jelly Roast Spring Chicken, Pan Gravy Prime Ribs Beef, an jus Mashed and Steam Potatoes New Potatoes in Cream Green Peas and New Cabbage Apple and Lemon Pie Jam Tart Blanc Mange and Jelly Cottaje Pudding, Wine Sauce Music by Orpheus Orchestra hire and At the Labor Hali. Glyn St.; mi WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18 at 2 p.m. by W. L. WILSON Auctioneer Favored -with iostructions from the owner who is leaving the city, I will I sell at public auction the following! j list of handsome and useful j Household Furniture j j 1 oak Davenport bed, richly upliol- i j stereu. I 1 folding bed lounge, plush cover, j j 1 iron bed, brass rails. j 4 iron be'ds. i: Springs and mattresses. i i 2 S.O. combination j I S.O. combination dressers. 1 oak desk. 1 3-4 bevel mirror 6 it, high, oak stand. 1 centre table, mahogany finish, 1 set Victor Hugo's works, JO vol.- 1 oak record cabinet. 1 oak extending- "table. 1 oak sideboard. 1, hall rack'. :5 4 oak diners, leather scat. ''fi 2 oak arm diners. 2 mission oak rockers upholstered, in red leather. 1 Now Hr-me machine, Our Store has been finished and Is again opened with a complete stock of all Hnes of Hardware, including House FurnfetiHigs. Eitamelware, tinware, stoves and ranges. Harvest tools and implements. StaMe Supplies. Pumps. Fencing. Building Hardware. Paints and oil. Carpenters' Tools. Bricklayers and Masons' Tools. Blacksmiths' Supplies and Tools. Gasoline and boat oH. THE ASSORTMENT WILL ANY DEMAND. SATISFY McKeown Hardware Co. LIMITED Dufferin Streets, Lethbridge I AUCTION SALE country'. AROUND AND DON'T GET STUCK. There's a difference in the quality stop} UokJ JMt Inmber-and in prices, j SM the mwt act in vaude- and unless you look around abitjville at the Eureka tonight, j. c. before placing your bill for that! Tlnkham Co. in the caje of death. whatever it is you are j mi" to mighty tpti t to get stuck. What'i the uee of taking chances. DOMINION SOVEREIGN SHELLS. We R" Headquarters 4 PETERS' TARGET SHELLS. anyway We'll only be too glad to mike yon an estimate on what- erer you want in lumber or any j f Qllf ft SIKTT UZDI kind of building material, and if j we can't prove that it's to your advsp.tege to buy" from us. then j you can go elsewhere. BUT GET OUR ANYWAY. Lumber Company Ld 23. 123 321 THE NEW POCKET SIZE Call aiid ask to see it. J. J. Johnston J! u' 4 f -QUALITY QUARTERS- M. C. SHELLS. Our Assortment 3 4 U Buy Staffora-Agnew Co. 'If you out of town write us." 6 blinds. 1 baby buggy. 15 ycls. stair carpet. 2 beautiful carpet squares. 1 G-liole Stewart range, high closet, reservoir. 1 4 stove with, water front. 1 oak heater. 1 laundry stove. 2 kitchen tables. Quantity linoleum. 1.7 white sheets. 10 pr. pillows. 10 pr. blankets. 5 table cloths. Table napkins. 1 Also toilet sets, dishes, 'kitchen utensils, garden tools, galv. water barrel." and many other articles. Owing to the quantity ari'd variety of the pbove effects I am obliged tof secure the labor hall for this sale. Goods on view morning of sale. Terms cash. No reserve. W. L, Wilson AUCTIONEER Phone IW. Office cor. Glyn and Ford AT 1102, FORD STREET Tuesday, August 17th At 2 O'Clock FRANK G. WADDINGTON WINCHESTER LEADER SHELLS. OR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgetn. Office to II a.m., te P.W., 7 to 8 p in Phone Office 125. Houee f4. Is favored with instructions from Mr. T. Tarbath, who is leaving the city, to Sell by Public Auction on iny premises as above a quantity useful Household Furniture and effects, including 2 Dressers and Stands, Princess Drtsser, 4 brass mounted Beds. Springs and Mattresses, Sideboards, extending i Dining Table, Parlor Tables, Din- ing Chairs, Kitchen Chairs, CooV- ing Range, Heating Stoves, etc. Goods on view morning of sale FOR FOUR DAYS ONLY on Bruce Two Lots Street cash I. L. S. RIPLEY, TELEPHONE 294 Ofce, tom 8 MacfcuU Wtek Frank G. Waddington Auctioneer Office, 410. RonnJ Streei. City PIANO TUNING, A. HULBERT-Ex-j _ piano tuner. Official tuner for j Telephone The Assiniboia Music Co., of Medi- cine Hat and Moose Jaw. Pianos 1 and organs of every tne in new and con! -Ml. W.....- tract, in town or country. Leave orders at the -Turpin Furniture Co. store, Lethbridge. prttty sketch wise." Ako the favorite Little Teddy, the Eureka. The Oftice of the C, B. lawman Ignqr Has been REMOVED to the ACADIA BUILDING Redpath Street Telephone 200 C. Card of "Raymond is city. 11 Lots on Redpath Street. eaeh 12? ;