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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta S MONCY TO LOAM 4IL4 TEe e THE PLACE TO STAY b I Thresher Soppfies i Detroit 4 Swift'. Bight Penberthy Injactort Fairbanks aod Check Water, aud Steam fiubber Aibeatui Packing Pipe and Fittings HICK Hardware Co. BOX 670 PHONE 62 We Sell for Cash Fresh Supply of GANONG'S WEBB'S LOWNEY'S Chocolates Just Received J.tLlifiifclttlBJCiltt Just Arrived TABLETS AND PAKTBK5 The price is the same as the plain. See Window Display iGiaTsors m STSK i 1st tar M if hfci tort Phcne 2SI Ftmily awl Tetepboue M Night Clerk on AND DISTRICT Matinee at the Bijou Tuesday >if--r noon, 3.30. A. F. Krapfel of C., is i the H. F. Yenney, A. R. I, agent at Raymond, was in the city yesterday. W. Lacey Asriy, editor of the. .Med- icine Hat Times, and Mrs. Amy were in the city yesterday. C. E. Saunders of Ottawa, cereal- ist at the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawit, is'in the city. S. Geoo intimates that the Ca- nadian American Co. may put m" li battery of 200 coke oveus at Frank. The Store of Quality All Crockery must be Sold within 5 days to remodel shelves CO. ti HUH i FUKI tonight wt the 42 THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 68 Calgary, clear............ 68 Saskatoon, clear 65 Winnipeg, clear .01 7-t Lcthbridge, cfiear 80 (Medicine Hat, O'J Ucgiim, clear..................... 05 Bulletin From Central Office Weather has r been' clear and fine with very it tie rainfall in Manitoba. today and on Tues- day. Tuesday a little warmer. Mr. wul Mrs. H. Ostlund of Stir- are in the city. J. D; returned this uioruing u visit 'to his eld' home at Guelph, OuUrio. We will give u matineo Tuesday af- ternoon for the benefit of the ladies duel children who are lo come out to witness this beautiful and impressive scone, Vic- toria's Funeral. Mrs. W. K, Young, accompanied by r guests, Hiss Young of Saskatoon and. Miss Allan of Guclph, left ou Saturday night for Pincher Creek to peud a fojrtuigbt at Mr. Young's urveyiug camp in the loothills. Prince Batteuberg naval parade .and Victoria's Funeral in connection with Joima the Sopraua singer. These make one of tho best pro- grammes ever produced at the Bijou.. Chief Gillespie is hot after the ques iiocable characters that are .floating into this prosperous city. Yesterday three negroes, whose means of .livli- hood seemed rather unsavory, were rounded .up. Louis White plea'ded guilty to a :charge of vagrancy and was and costs, but being unable to pay, is still in the .cells. Chris. -Estey pleaded guilty and paid a similar fine, I. Jlhodes pleaded not guilty, but later changed his mind as he! cooled off in the cells. He was, brought, before Magistrate Humphries again and having pleaded guilty whs soaked the same as the other, fellows He paid up. The are trying to rustle White's fine for him. They were all- .ordered to get out of town today. Will be held as The Specialty Store of the City it carrying everything in up-to-date Footwear, iiic'.udiug Ladies', Men's and Child reii'i Boots, Skoet and Hosiery of all >izei and descriptions. We can show you values never before seen in tbe city, NELSON Tern ALBERT E. IVES tan 2, Itek I PHONE 1-47 Drug i When we suggest to you that our store is the place to do all yonr drug store buying, we do so remem- bering our hard and con- scientious work to perfect cur servi.ee. This is par- ticularly true of our pre- scription department. We invite you to do all your drug buying here. llberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists i, I. linn, IrTHIlKf miss the lengthy program at the. Bijou tonight row To.avoid the great rush at the Bt- jou for the next two nights we will commence at 8, 9 and 10 o'clock for each performance. B. Morton Jones, of Conybeare has been appointed acting ent for the Attorney-General during tbe absence of Mr. Conybeare. i Eeiuember the change of dates at the Bijou from Wednesday to tonight for Victoria's funeral. Piucher Creek Echo: Mrs. W. T. Lethbridge cricketers were at Pincher Creek on Saturday. An account-of the match will appear Jo_ inorrow. Ilenson, and master Harold, oi Leth- bridge, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Saunders, Fairvallcy this week. "3kL Lucco was -a from Blayuey on Saturday and lie reports excellent crops in that community. Spring wheat and oats are heine; cut and will be a good crop. A contribution of from Mr. IT. .Harris closes the Herald's Ferule fund, and the amount collected by this paper will be handed over to the proper authorities 'without delay. D. Hassen accused with the theft of some harness from A. Easton, is out on bail. He was up before Ihe Magistrate this morning but the trial j was adjourned till next Monday. A. B. Cook, formerly draughtsman for Hamilton Young and a mem ber of last year's lacrosse team, is in town for a few days, having re- turned from a trip to his home in Ontario. CIGARS BY THE BOX Imported from up Domestic fron Try a Bei af Clear s, R. W. Wallace Tse Smoker's Headquarters H. L. Tweed, Thos. M. Tweed, A. Fraser, A. Peard, and C. R. Tur-. ner, of Medicine Bat, arrived in the city yesterday having made an auto trip from the Gus City. Their ac- count of the trip makes interesting hearing. Calgary Herald: Mrs. Roland Win- ter will not receive Saturday next curing to her absenco from the city on that day, to bo present and to sing at the marriage ceremony of' .Maclamoiselle de Roussy, daughter of the Marquis de Roussy dc Sales, Baron de Ulervul, at High River. Before Judge Winter on SaUtrday morning J. of (irussy was arraigrvxl on a charge of stealing a sum of money and some other ;ir- Ashcroft has been caused miich aiuioyunce by boys allowing his boats to flrift down the river. if the boys knew the loss caused no rioubt the practice would cease. This morning three men were 'unable to go to work, not being able to cross the river. The C.r.R. are planning to build another freight yard at Coleridge, the present yard will be reserved for the eastern traffic and the new one will be devoted, to the western and southern traffic. The arrangements for handling coal arc being changed and enlarged. It is .rumored, that six more stalls are to be added to the Coleridge round house. Queen Victoria's Funeral commenc es tonight at the Bijou instead o Wednesday evening. J. JL Mcllhany has asked assist ance.oi the police to.recover his wag gon from Steve Murray. He an been making hay togeth er and after they had dissolved thei temporary partnership, Murray the waggon belonging to Mdlhany The Taber Free Press .says: Mr. A. Aubin, has purchased Tier scher's interests in the Palace. AY understand the hotel will no'-v m ticles from a fellow workman at Grassy Ho pleaded not guilty [and was committed for trial at I Tar and Building D A DI? ffi; next sittings of the District Court. Sept. 28. Calgary Herald: Calgary in the by the Palace Hotel Cu., Ltd., with Mr. McBrayne as manager. 7vlr. Au- bin tells us that it is the intention of the company to have the. boU-1 brick veneered in tha future, when it will present a very fiuo ap- pearance. There will be a meeting of the Young Men's Club in their parlors in the basement of Wesley Church' this evening to discuss matters contained in a circular from the Alberta Ama- teur Association, especially with re- gard to the club's, affiliating with the Association. A. Buchanan who is one of the governors of tht Association will IK; present and ad- dress the club. All members arc re- fjuesteii to attend. Cranbrook Herald: J. A. Gillespie, who has been manager for P. Burns Co. for the past two years, has been transferred to and will be succeeded by -Tns. Miller, for- ATTACKED UWLESS HARVESTERS Continued from Front Page.) Some of the excursionists., had re-. were being contin- ousiy d ischarged al ong' the r G-iii in the pitched battle which took lace at_one of the small stations in 'few Ontario, Frank McTSacheran of corgetown, P. E I., was struck he face and badly injured. It was however on the train's ar- tval from the Atlantic .coast earlj Sunday, moriiiug that the greatest rouble was experienced. At the be- ginning of thq journey of Hunter. River, N. B., fell of these attacks and had both legs taken.off.: He died later. _As the ourney progressed many of the har .drank freely and for "the five days they.jwerer travelling were abso lutely lawless and beyond control. _ In.the with raijroad labo rs one in tlie shou der by a man alleged to be Frank Sproule of Spring N. 3., .wh was arrested in. on" the art val of the train tnd went back t Fort Willinm to" await trial. Ahoth er Italian was shbt through the hanc but the'man who committed the ac was not "At Gravel, '.Out a woman who was the victim of-se- veral insults from the crowd, levelled a rifle from an upstairs window and fired, hitting an .Innocent spectator in. the head. The man was S. Mac- donald of Merigniish, N. S., and the wound was found" to extend only along the scalp. A number, of pas- sengers interviewed said they would not repeat the trip for any consider- itioii. In addition to the man Sproule. CARDSTON Tuesday, Aug. IS MAGRATH Aug. 19 RAYMOND Thursday, Aug. 20 STIRLING Friday, Aug. 21 TABER Saturday, Aug. 22 ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO. LTD. f OUR BEST FLOUR For Ireri ni fistrj I This has been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON And see you get it. FLOUR We only ask one trial and we are then sure of your trade .Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBKIDGE, RAYMOND AND G W. GREEN, Manager MAGRATH GOD SAVE THE KING who was returned to Fort William, two others named Win. McGiii of Pruro, X. S.. and Chas. McKay, of Londonderry, X. S., were sent back to the same point on the charge of wilfully damaging C. P. K. property. The first of the seven trains from1 Torontcrpulled in at 10.30 last night and it was learned that during the journey strict order had been pre- served. There were no windows bro- ken. On the arrival of the harvesters' trains last night the main waiting room xvas krp-t iind the men were accommodated An the, large "base ment of tho depot. ,-._ Another carload.of. Preserving it Will arrive shortly sisting of Peaches, Plums, Pears, Apples, Etc. We will let-you know -when it is going to arrive. Don't forget the place. THE GOOD CO. Phone 9t. in 2 Lots on Courtland Street, one block weft of Westminster Road PER LOT TERMS L S. RIPLEY, Rorm 5, Whitney Block Clothes Cleaned and Pressed ..Goods Called Jor and Delivered. JOHNSTON BalMral Hctd PkMC 27S Ms Cald aW presence of Chas. Mair, has one of th" prairie pioneers who has in a interesting manner woven his merly a this Poor Paper is worse no Paper Our "Alta" brand will give you satisfaction TRV IT luster Co. ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Mail Yari Ruth Track Oficc rcauj experiences into tales that V.ke the re; -bo-oqu.iiU-d" cream Come in and let us brirri the flowing bowl for else in town can you find its equal. Why go thirsty when you can b.'.cool and happy for the small sum of ten cents per glass. Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor NOTICE reward will be given to anyone who will give information regarding the p: rsona who cause boats tied in front of the mine to drift down the river. Jam PS Ashcroft. 209-0 220 with Lanibrrt. Lam. same program wil! rendered night. to- For the Canadian Natlortal Exhibi- tion, to be held it Toronto, August 29th to September Mth, the Canadian Pacific Railway will have in effect special round trip rat.s. For full information as to dates of sale, limits, etc., apply to the nearest C. P. R. Ticket Agent. 09.17 forgot the brotherhood o Railroad Trainmen's Excursion to Ivrt took 20 yards start and carrion I (Vow's Nest Friday morning at 6 K.-rr to of thft strotch. Three 1 n, m., taking in all the scenery along watchis canpht him fn 21 1-5, better the beautiful Crow. Look out for than th" world's record. Old Tommy the purorln of the Concert i.- not yet. He won Rand Thursday evcn-ng, Aug. 20th. Uv thrLV very bnndily today Don't forget the date, Aug. 21st, 6 dcf.atmsr follow redskin Simpson a. m.. arriving at the Crow's Nest and all orhor competitors. at in.20 a. m. Just Asscrttneut Call and get some before tliey are all gone Lowest Cash Prices HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Phone 75 ;