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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TO LOAtf e THE PLACE TO STAY n tii MMMMMMMM' Coin' Shootm j Mr SpoHMNUL? If to, be to call aud ba> your J amiunuitioii Irom THE HICK Hardware Go. Who have a complete line i GUNS and Kynoch Shells to We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box (570 King Spruce The Barrier The Measure of the Rule Get Rich Quick Christian Science By Mark Twain And many others w-m. Bank 1st 26 1 SO ME I DRUGS ...__ _______________ Are rare to the ofdmary drug store, but not to ours. No such condition- exists in our drug store. What- ever you may happen to want for technical use, general use or prescription we have it. Sometimes it may be out of stock, but if so we will notify you no substitution. It's only reasonable that a business like ours should be ont of something once in a while. and we don't mind telling you so. but you can gener- ally depend on getting t you want here. Our Prescription Department the largest iu the V province.'.. It contains everything tbe doctors write iii their prescrip- tions. Three grftduaie pharmacist 6 are in at nee at the dis- pensing desk. We proiiiise-you the purest aud best drags substitution but everythiwg exactly es calls for. Bring your prescrip- tions here. VVV die- ponse any prescrip- tion written by any physician on paper. J.D. Family aad Dispensing Chemists Telephone Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality All Grockery must be Sold within 5 days to remodel shelves CiTY AND DISTRICT JtlbertaODigandBoQkCo, Prescription Specialists 1.1. MLR, Ngr. UMOBEER Cfl. ti ttlHI t rltttl CIGARS BY THE BOX Imported from up Domestic from SI.75 Try a Box of Clear Hayaoas, R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters R. Quanta of J affray, B.C., is in. he city, the guest of 0. D. Austin. Four threshing outfits were at" work mhin, sLx miles of the city yester day. ilrs. A. B. Staflord will uot re- :tivo ugain until the first Friday ui October. D. K. Wilson of. Macleod is in the city Methodist-District meeting. Hiss Mary McCluro has returned rom a holiday spent with, friends in Dalgary. Jolin Brown was fined and. costs by Magistrate Humphries for being drunk and disorderly. K. N. StcLean of Conybeare Jones' otlice left last night-for Brook station to spend his vacation. Rev. M.. J. Conner aud daughter 0 Warner arrived from the east lus night uud went south this morning Messrs. Sherd and Naisuiith ar loading wheat at Wilson, the town between the- city and Stirling Macbeth left for Edmonto this afternoon to assume his dutie in. the Bank of aioutreai capital. Rev. W. A. Lewis, B. A., of ilac- leod is in the city on church busi- ness. Ills Pauline, accom- panies him. A. Mutz, the Feroie brewer, is in the city today. Mr. Mutz is prepar- ing to rebuild at once his brewery which was burned. A. Barnsley, S. A. E. Ives and L. Dawson. leave in the morning for the "Waterton takes for a week's fishing excursion. Westminster Church was comfort- ably fdled to hear "air. McKnight's ad j dress last evening, A substantial collection was received. M. Y. Cannon of Stirling and John Bridge and Frank Steele of Magrath were iu the city last .night to attend to attend the Ames'meeting. Tickets for the Trainmen's excur sion to Crow's Nest tomorrow ou be procured on the streets from mem bers of the committee tonighS, Mr. Parker, a well-known and high ly esteemed citizen, leaves tomorrow morning for Letbbridge, where he ha. acquired Ont.t Re R. S, Mabee of Magrath and ,1. 3 Clancy of Raymond were in the cit last night lo be present, at a soci; function given by the Bank -of Mon rreal staff. In the prize list of the fair S. .1. McDiarmid won first ail second for White THE WEATHER Idtmmton, fair 82 gary, fair ;.l........ 8-i togina, clear 1.............. fair ................93 Saskatchewan mid Alberta, .fme warm. v Owing Sale if Btosa, Wts nd Commencing Saturday, Aog. 22 BLOUSES, regular price to SALE PRICE................... Me to BELTS from..........................-...........6e COLLARS !fe J.McLEAY You Want to Make Money? Money saved is.mouey made is an old and true saying taken to heart, would materially add to one's yearly income.- 'We are giving many splen- did chances right now of adding'to your income in this way. Y. LADIES' SHORT JACKETS Just suitable for early Fall fitting an i latest styles. Black, fawns, black and white THE FOOT TOGGERY THE W I L- L_ I A MS S HO ES A Working Mail's Shoe, from to ami "every pair made to .wear." W. F. King, "Dominion astronomci', Ottawa, is iu the city. A--break in the new concrete side- viilk at the south west corner of Ilyn and Bompas streets iu- Hcatethut: close inspection and sup- ervision oi the'-work being done iecessarj-. Rev. T. C. Buchauan of Calgary, of Methodist Missions was the city attending the finan- cial district meeting of the Leth- bridge district. He Cal- gary on the local. On-Monday, August 31, Gus'Nei- dig by auction the house- hold furniture of Cr. T. Shaw, Red- path St: The furniture is almost new" and will afford an excellent opportunity to get some good furniture cheap- Mr. Ross, a contractor' New light tweed. Regular .25 9.25 10.00 for tt 7.0Q 7.75 8.50 ALBERT E. IVES tai 2, Biw Itect PHONE 1-4T SMART PRESS SKIRTS The p'rodnotion of one of Canada's leading skirt style and fit and all styles different. These are real bargains. ELLISON M1LUNG ELEVATOR CO. LTD. i OUR BEST FLOUR to Iraiail Pistrj i Tliis li as- been acknowledged to be, one of the finest Flours milled m Western Qanada. Be sure and ask your deaJer for And see you get it. We only ask one trial and we are then sure of your trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your Customers 1 are asking for r LETHBRIDaE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH M Regular 7.00 8.00 9.50 for 5.00 5.50 6.00 tt visit to this territory. In L'i many places he stopped oft at. r. Ross says that none appealed to im like this city, which he confident v asserted has a great future. He -its astonished at the great amount f building operations. Mr. Ross, one or two old friends in Lethbridge, left last night for his oine, and it is bis intention to re- urn and settle here. ...__ The opening day for ducks this -ear is" on the 24th August, antTp portsmen. will be delighted with the lisplay of guns and ammunition in he windows of Howard Case Co., gunsmiths. _ As both members" of this Irm are sportsmen with twelve years experience of the hunting conditions of the West, and Mr. Case is a. piic- tica.1 gunsmith, who has made and repaired guns for over twenty years, hunters may be sure of getting thor- oughly reliable guns and ammunition l! 20 to 33 1-3 PEP CENT Off all seasonable goods' such as White -Wear, Dress Boys'AVasli Men's White Canvas Shoes, etc., etc, FOR OTHER BARGAINS JUST CALL AMD SEE WHAT WE HAVE J. BROWN CO. LTD. CHEAPESf and BEST LOTS in NORTH AVARD Close to .West'inihster School, from475 to down, balance in monthly 'payments, .of L. S. RIPLEY, Rpr m 5, Whitney Block A general strike of the United States Brotherhood of Tailors has h'pftn ordered. Tt will affect tailors. They want.20 per cent, in- crease in wajres. from them. What might have resulted in a se- rious accident occurred at Ivnox Church this morning. The workmen] had just hoisted a large block of granite weighing about four hundred pounds to the scaffold when tho j folding gave way. Twelve men and tho block of granite fell a distance of about twelve feet. Chas. Cowley had his leg badly bruised, being fore ed through the floor, lie wns re- moved to T. Hanrahan's home Wvnndotte hen. Rouml St" Another man had his Poor Papor is worse no Paprr brand will iii yon satisfaction TRY IT lumber Co. ltd, Phones 23 and Mala Yard North o{ Track Oice Redp2thSt.Wcst This was omitted in the published L. Haycock, ex-M.P.P. for Fro t scnac, Ont., and former loader of th Patrons of Industry- is in the city. He is binder twine inspector for tin; Dominion Government. Miss McDowell, the expert corseti-v i i and demonstrator for the Worcester i Corsets will IK> at the Hudson j Co.'s store second floor, for tin; lirst four days of next week. See her. i The horse driven by Waterworks Superintendent Flectwood took oxdting run this morning. Mr. wood was going to tie it up in front of h'jusi; nt.-jir t.lii> Brewery whon it suddenly boltod nnd ran down thi' Mee-post part, of the coulee liifiiing the rip and smashing it vip ijartly. Tie horse iVH and cuf, iis side on a broken bottle. Several stitfhes had to be put in the wound. iinn slightly injured. Fortunately no one was seriously injured. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET Three furnished rooms. for housekeeping, two minutes walk from post-ofHo.-. Apply A. Ripley, "Room 5, Whitney Blnck. 212-O BRICKWORK WANTED Hrickwork by practical bakers ovens a spr-cinVy. Ad. dn-s.s Box Herald GUNS Not liovv cheap, but full value for money expended Ammunition A full line of every kind Remember our 20 years' experience both, in work- shop and field is at the back of all goods we sell Howard Case Co. THREE TRAINS IN 1BE DITCH (Continued from Front Page.] the men who make are supposed to record the work done The book shows that while the work may be done, it is not being record- ed. Up to August 5, the reports of work done have recorded oppo- site the requirements suit d for each engine. In the next two or three days there are a few short reports Clothes Cleaned and Pressed Goods Called for a nti" Delivered MARK JOHNSTON Bcfod Babmi Hotel 2J5 Gssis CaW fir ad done, others are marked o.k., and others are not marked off in any After August 7 there is-no record but the o.k. over the engineers' statements and often not that. On "August 10 there: are some'notes o! repairs made but since that date there .are no records in the book "of any work ing done to the engines, .except in a few cases they ate checked off with kn o.k. It is noticeable that since August 15, the requirements made by the engineers are considerably larger ihau before. It. is therefore evident ihat though the work needed is book. edjfaiid may" be being done, it is not being recorded in the regular' way. Won't Talk on Striks The Herald-saw Master Mechanic Woodhouse ihis morning at ih? shops but in reply lo a request for nt-ws, said "I have nothing whatever to say. We: are just running tlu- rail- road. The crops in this district arc looking fine and I saw very fine crops all along the line from Calgary. Lethbriclge is going to be a good town. In fact it is a very good town now.' Harry ThiabauU, a member of amusement company which playid Battleford, wns .drownwl'' there. ROOM OR BOARD <.r board for two r< working m -n. with Scotch family. Apply Box C.. HP raid. 212.2! _________________________________i SHORTHAND I I irivcn in shorthand, termsj R..x A.. Honrlcl Of. i 210.0 Frcab New Stock Formaldiehyde For Fall Seeding Guaranteed Government Strength 40 per cent I J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Albert a Lands and Lethbridge Properties Rooms 1 and 2 Southard Block LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. Another carload of Preserving Fruit Will arrive shortly con- sisting of Peaches, Plums, Pears, Apples, Etc. We will let you know it to arrive. forget, the place. THE GOOD CO. Phone The Hudson Bay Co. W ISH TO ANNOUNCE that MISS McDOWELL, the expert Corsetier and Demonstrator for the celebrated Worcester Corsets Of which the Company are the ex- clusive agents here, will be. at the Hudson's Bay Co. Store, in the Ladies' Wear Department, second floor, to demonstrate on MONDAY, AUGUST 24th, for Four Days only. Specialties are the celebrated Bon Ton and Adjusto Corsets. All Ladies Interested Cordially Invited ;