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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VLACt TO STAY Shootin' If be aad tajr fwm aad MJtBMtiution bom THE HICK Hardware Co. Who hare ft complete line Q UNS Normal and Kynoch Shells ti a We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 070 Perfumes Just Arrived TABLETS AMD PAPETBIE The price is tbe same as the plain. See Window Display. M To all lovers of Choice Pert times we extend an in vi- ta kioo U> inspect onr recent importation of the newest crea- tions ia Perfumery sweetest per- fumes and the rare odors so scarce else- where are to be had here. We promise a treat that will both entrance and histrnct. JJ.ll9iiWtaiJCi.ltt I The Store of Quality All Crockery must be Sold within 5 days to remodel shelves Family Ctatk' PHONE 21 her tet if km Urt Phone 251 Drug Talks Wheu we suggest-to you that onr store'is the place to do all your drug store buying, we do so remem- bering our bard; and .-con- scientious work to peifeci onr service. Tins is par- ticularly true of our pre- scription department. NVe invite you; to do all your drug buying here. Bterta Drug ant Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. 8. IIPIEY, LHllBilEE CITY AND DISTRICT A. 5L Jefifeia ol Edmonton is in the city. Mrs. G. L. Fraser of Coleuian, is in .the city. J. Gueiz of lied Dcnir is among tlve visitors m town today. Aid. ives left, oa..Sunday night ior the coast to. join Jlrs. Ives.- if j'ou miss the attractions .ut the Bijou. tonight you will miss a rare treat. Rev. Qhas. Hep worth, lately from lingiand, has bctm appointed incum- bent of ColeuiRJi, Frank, and- iMair- inorc. The soug entitled Antonio at the Bijou tonight, wili be worth the price of admission alone. Rev. J. .it. Harrison returned yes terday from a. month's vacation a iliss McLean, of Victoria, B. C. is visiting Miss E. Henderson, on her way to Cuba.' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Mackay have returned from a visit to Montreal toUMJWB "Ifsnotwtiatwe Its what goods prove" The proof of the economy of Progress Brand Clothing is found in tbfe clothes themselves. Progress Brand garments will wear longer, have more style, and keep their shape better than clothes costing to more. This label is your protection. Look for it--__ and GUI McKELVIE, 0 inteed by McGUIRE THE FOOT TOGGERY luve control of in this city ol WILLIAMS SHOES for Working 'Men. Their motto U "Every made to wear." NELSON GOW ALBERT E. IVES PHONC THE WEATHER Edmonton, 72 50 L'uigary, clear 77 46 clear 72 68 clear 83 47 Bulletin From Central Office and comparatively today and on Wednesday with frosts touight. Co. in their weekly bulletin Harry Btattey, formerly of has sold out busi- IL T. Colvin, of Calgary, is in the fcity. lie will builft a double, houae on Ashiuead Miss Florence Fiske and 3liss Clara Hamilton, left on. the local to spend their .vacation at. "Jus. Flake bought a lot on Burdett rft. from A. E. Ives this morning. Fiske will start work immediate- ly cm a iiew store. At Westminster Church tomorrow evening Mr. McKuight will deliver-a lecture 011 "New Zealand." The lec- ture will be supplemented by some good musical numbers. A-collection will be taken, to assist the Sunday School to curtain off the church into class rooms. at Daysland. racJi arrived from to join the R.N.W.M.P. force here. They are fine looking juen and have jmt returned from, the celebra- tion, at Quebec. Janae Bros. MacVonnell started another small gang of men and teams at .the street grading this morning. They expect to have the largest gang yet arrive tomorrow to go on the Iqb. ,s, Brook, ,of H. If. Parry, has erec- general store and shoe shop ok Westminster Road North Ward arrived ab: out a month ago. T. G-. Janriesoiv of tlic Alberta cLite Elevator Co., is in the city. Mr Botiertson accompanied hlm% and Yu placed in charge of.Southern Alberta for their company with head quarters in this city. .17 J." Gordon, the wrestler? who recently challenged F. A. 'Maxwoll to a matcK' was in the city on Satur- day] He has been away for some The' H.N.W.M.IV prison- ers, Fraser and Anderson to Medicine Jlat yesterday for trial. Boss is charged wildcat tie stealing, Traser with obtaining money and under false pretences from tbe 3.P.H. and Aiidersori on a charge of tealiug a ho_rse._A__ What should be done with an ex- cuse for a man who would drive, a horse that could use three legs only? A poor animal could not put one of its feet on the- ground was forced to get could on Saturday morning. cat is. loo mild a. weapon to use on such wretch. -I- McReowri Advertising The last night that the public will iave an opportunity oi and earing Donna Teressa at the Bijou. Walker, stenographer of the V.. R: I. stores department leaves onight to spend her Vacation at Vic oriar B. C. The bunch o tycoons "that have ausing the police more or i noyance recently flew their kites for uippy gatnermg f young people at the home or 'tfiss Kathleen Farrell on Saturday even- og in honor oF her fifteenth birth- lay. The evening was spent in play games and dancing. Many beau- tiful birthday presents were given the hostess. W. T. Brittain of 13-18 informed the Herald' yesterday that he had great crops, this year. Nearly all his _ time arnonjt other. expetionceR, wiibt jthrough the Fern ie- fire, where he lost 'all his property >ie had with Him. He went east to his bonne in Brockton', Mass., where. he will con- vert some "property to, Veady cash and -return in -about two "months to take match "arranged with Mr. Maxwell. __ I CIGARS BY THE BOX Imported from up Domestic from Try a Box Clear Havanas, R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headqaarters Tar and PAPEr Poor Paper is worst- no Paper Onr "Alia brand xvill give you satisfaction TRY IT he this morning. Mrs. A. 1'- Werts, of Bow Island who has been." spending a few days in the city, leaves tomorrow on aa ex- tended visit to Ontario. itrs. Oliver and her daughter, Miss Anna left on Friday for Ottawa They expect to sail for Europe on Friday, August the monton Bulletin. Jack Macbeth is home irorn Ray mond for a few days previous to go ing to Edmonton having been ferred to the Bank of Montreal staff at that city. Dr. Wm. Saunders, of Ottawa, sup- erintendent of Experimental Farms for here on an official fi- sit and is spending the day with W. H. Fairfield at the Experimental Farm. The grain elevators at Cardston, Haley, and Coaldale, owned and op- eeated by A. L. Foster Co., of this city, have been disposed of to a lo- cal company to be known us the Lethbridge Grain Co. G. S. Cotter of the Hudson's Baj Co., Fort Vcrmillion, is in the for a few days to visit his sister, Hiss who is the guest of Mrs W. S. fJnlbraith, while on his vay! to his post in the north. Hon. A. C. Ruthrrfonl spent evening in the city and left this mor mug accompanied by W. C'. Summons for Cardston, where will com- mence a week's tour of the Cimision and districts. The marriage of 3Iiss E. 7-fc- Donald, eldest daughter of Aid. j Mrs. T. McDonald and Mr. J. j Russell Smith, 'eldest .son of Mayor ami Mrs. J. W. Smith, Kegintv, will take place on Septcmlver 3rd. An exciting runaway took place this morning on Round St., a large I'Mm of greys attached to an empty woiron doing thoir to establish a nvord. A couple of riders gave diiisp and overtook thrrp. oft a turn up fourtlnn'l St., no 'lono. grain is cut. He had 60 acres: in Hax, 21 in wheat and 53 in oats. he has to cut is a small amount of flax. The oats were and the same can bo said of .the wheat and fiax. A trainload of twenty-five cars of cattle were takea-east from Milk Ri- ver last night. Another train of thb same number of cars are'_being shipp- ed from the same point today. For- ty-seven cars of. cattle are being load- si ul Grassy 3Lake today. All jure or shipment to the Old Country via Montreal. A. E. Morrison of. Calgary, super intendent of the government tele phone system for Southern Alberta was in the city yesterday. In com pany with the local manager, F. 0 Burbridge, he drove out around Coal dale to see the operations for th building of the Taber-Lethbridge line F. 0. Burbridge, the local manage OL the telephone system has resigne< his position to accept nn importan position with the Bell Telephone -Co at Montreal. The resignation takes at the end of the presen month. The people of Lethbridg will regret to see Mr. Ilm-bridge g a.s he has been a. most efficient ,aiu obliging official. The Taber-Txrtlihriclgc pole-line is within two miles of t Experimental Farm. The work stringing the wire will be start r.oxt week and will be rapidly com pletcd. As soon as the Tnbcr li is finished, a new to strung to Calgary- This will be through wire with only two Inte mediate stations, at Macleod am Cricketers At Pincher Creek WI iKreasc Ae efcowcy TW ysi are rafierei sfalAewsny. _: FJ.McKEOWN PHONE 283" ELLISON IBLUNG ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR hf nl totrj beeu acknowledged to to one of tbe finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON And see yoirget it. Dealers! FLOUR We only ask one trial and we are then sure ofyoor trade See that yon are getting tbe Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBR1DGE, RAYMOND AND G. W. GREEN, Manager MAGRATH CHEAPEST and BEST LOTS in NORTH WARD Close to Westminster School, from to down', balance in monthly payments of L. S. RIPLEY, ROE m 5r Whitney Block lumber Co. Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 KM Yard Nwili el Track OfScc Frosh New Stock Formaldehyde For Fall Set-ding Guaranteed Government Strength 40 per cent J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- High River. This will IK; a great (SpWial to the. Herald.) _ Pincher Creek, Aug. The bridge cricket team Pindier Creek today. The_ visitors had recollections- of an easy. j over Pincher; Creek on the last bc- cjision these teams met and expeckd to be successful They were badly however. Pincher Greek strong" feam this year, one; that "can, hold 'its -own with most of ,-itie in the West. The "game opened" ai-11 o'clock at the Al- en oi home team r Won- Jhe toss and elected in Palm- liafllie to .fan the" bowling ol Lansdcli aiul kings. four runs before lie was caught and howled by Landsdell. The. same fate beft-11 Kaillie a little "laier; after he had coinpflwl 7, the third bni.siiiiin, was bowled -hy Hings after making 3. ".Alien was responsible for 17 befnrt! being given out Ib.w. to Murchr-son. Bowker also made a good stund, having 17 to his credit bvfore lie fell a victim to one .of balls. ;The scores of the re. mainck-r of tlie team were: Hiscocks, howled Hings, -8; Knight, bowled Hingd, 3; Tench, caught Marshall, bowb-d Landsdell, 6; Cox, l.b.vC irurcheson, 0 Winfield, bowled Landsdell, 3; .Sargeant, not out, 8. With byes -ami" balls, the total was TO BE ADDRESSED Clothes Cleaned and Pressed Goods Called.for_aud Delivered MARR JOHNSTON teZIi (Ms CaU iw mi Ddrerd Hon, I C. Rute Hon. t T. finlay Mster if vantage to the people of ,os it will not to wait half an hour or more to get connrctions Calffarv- moderate fico. SHORTHAND in shorthand, forms Apply A., Herald Of- 210.0 For an lovestmcr.t in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBKTDGE, ALTA. U-thbriclge score was -ns follows: Sexton b. Knight, 0; Kings run out, Wade run out, 2; Gibbons, run oat, 2; Lanclsdell b. Knight, 0; Ely, ht. wkt.. V: Robinson b. Tench 11; Marshall h, JCnight. i; Stewart b. Tench, 5; Murcheson b. Knight, 2; Noursf, not out, 0. Total with extras 70. Pinch, r Creek started their second innings badly, losing 4 wickets for 16 runs nnd five for 30. At this stage Allen and Bowker got to- gether a fino stand. They hit out in splendid style and change howh-rs had no effect whatever, Whon Allen had made 52 and Bowker bringing total Jor Pincher Creek up to lift; it was decided to clare innings closed. Lethbridge had H2 to make to win and less than nn hour to play. They had only suc- ceeded in getting 38 fcr 5 wickets, contributing 29, when time was iho home team thus being de- clared A word of praise is due Allon of Pincher Creek for his goor-1 behind the wickots. The visitors were entertained at dinner and a smoker afterwards, a Ll vory enjoyable time being spent. i.C. Simmons, i.r.p. J. Wootf, M.P.P. AND OTHERS -Will be held as CARDSTON Tuesday, AVI. IS MAGRATH Aug. 19 Another carload of RAYMOND TharuUy. Aug. 20 STIRLING Friday, Auj. 21 TABER Saturday, Aug. 22 Will arrive shortly con- sisting of Peaches, Plum's, Pears, Apples, Etc. We will let you know when it is going to arrive. Don't forget the place. THE GOOD CO. Miss X. Taylor returned Sat-J from, -visiting uncle. N.I Catley, Craven, Sasic. GOD SAVE THE KING City of Medicine Hat Passengers The City Council have niacle arraugeuienU where- by a Bns will meet the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- veying passengers between that station and Medicine Hat at a nominal charge of 75c each. E. ROBERTS City Clerk .lo-; 7 rooms, fur- electric light, cash, balance, monlhly. iHodern house, 9 rooms, very easy terms. New modem" rcGKiS, in southern part of city latii Kfer- parts dM city. Skeith Tilley ICE CREAM M Ml mi MtdMor BUDD" REED to G. W. H. 211 WANTED General servant. Apply Mrs. A.B. Stafford, Bompas St. FOUND Two bunches of on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 17 nnd 18. Own- ers can have same by proving prop- erty and paying for this advertise- ment. Apply Chief of Police. t.f. STRAYED, One sorrel mare and bay suckling colt, branded monogram on left thigh, also one sorrel horse, same brand, white stripe in face. Both have white hind feet. Both broke to ride. reward if left at the Wind. smr Hctol barn. 10.0 ;