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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I HOTEL Up SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION 4. TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE TO STAY ftn ii to tte MUU Hill "Ttipeshermen" Now it the time to procure your in time for threshing. We carry a full line of valves, steam gauges, injectors, lubricators, oil pumps, rubber, spiral and asbestos packings, rubber and leather tndiess thresher belts, tank pumps, suction and discharge hose. In fact, everything in our line that is required for threshing. Mail orders receive prompt attention. The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 670 PHONE 62 The Store of Quality Special Inducements for Cash every Friday and Saturday PHONE 21 G. BRAOBEEH CO. First UIIOI Gnucy (tore In City Preserving Pears and are BOW on sale The Quality is of the best and the prices lowest Lj: ORDER AT ONCE THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLAM QROCCftft PROMPT DELIVERY BOOKS 700 CLOTH BOUND BOOKS By the following tmtliora Holmes. Stephens. Reid. Cooper, South worth. Hen-, ty, Alger. Carey and many others. 40c. each, 3 for manors norm Egyptian Lotus Cold Cream This perfect skin food is recommended .for all toilet uses particu- lar people. Just a little .better than most cold soft, and dainty. Try a jar Preacripvlop Our KodaK business was large dutinp the fair our stock went very low as we anticipated. A large express order cauic in on Saturday so that we have new cameras, kodaks, films and papers. Look over your wants. In- spect our stock- Let us show you the new 3 A1 F CARD SIZE The'regular films will lit it. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 45. Night clerk. Also Branch In North Ward THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy 78 49 .00 Calgary, clear 82 46 .00 Lethbridge, clear. 87 55 .00 i Forecast and warm today, :i few local showers or thunderstorms. On Saturday fine and cool. CITY AND DISTRICT Rev. T. Albert Moore, the general secretary of ttoe Lord's Alliance I will be in the city on Monday and I in. 'the evening will address a public I meeting in Wesley church at eight o'clock.. All interested in the work of the Alliance are asked .to be pres- i ent. -Mr. Pierson, of the Brackmen-Kerr jMLUing Co., Calgary, with a Party j of friends came into town yesterday in his auto having driven the entire distance. Mr. Piersoa is viewing the crop prospects -en route and reports very promising. The party return to Calgary this evening via Claresholin. ft. of film used in the Burns- Johnson fight pictures at the Lyceum. 25 LOTS On McKillop Street in North Ward each Good Terms L t L I. RIPUV, TELEPHONE 294 ta CITY AMD DISTRICT N. Pillars, of Callao, Missouri, ar- rived on the train last night to visit his son, J. H. Pillars, of Coaldale. F. W. Downer and G. E. Fleming made a-tripMto Maple Creek yester- day. G. Bradbeer and Co. are offering special inducements for'cash every Friday and Saturday. Their list of specials in yesterday's issue should bring in heavy orders. at once. Good wages. Altxander Cafe. We understand that Sid Russell, who has been acting water superin-- tendent for the city during Mr. Fleet- wood's recent illness, has had his ser- vices recognized and has been, ap- pointed general foreman and assist- ant superintendent to Mr. Fleetwood. Hospital Sunday Concert Monday night at Lyceum'Tent. Seats at Hig- inbothams. The work of making cement is held up again today for the second a month, for the lack of Lyra Tent Theatre BUR N S- JOHNSQN Fight Pictures The mott talked-of film iti the world Popular Prices: v 50c, 75c. and WILLIAMS WORKING MEN'S SHOES Every Pair Made to Wear." Guaranteed Solid Leather Stock, and manufactured by 'Experts in Heavy Footwear. Yrur next pair should bo WILLIAMS THE FOOT TOGGERY SOLE AGENTS i MAKE A a Lot or two oh the monthly plan on Erneit or William For further particulars see ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 Fritz Sick left last 'evening for Se- attle to attend, the exhibition. R. B. Chad wick, of Edmonton, sup- erintendent of neglected and delin- quent children in .the, city looking into the case -of the youthful housebreakers. v B11TIMG and THBESHtmitrS SUPPLIES We have unpacked au entirely uev grock of these goods, 3-ply "Lion" Belting in 1J, and Gin. widths Sin. 5-ply Lion Endless THresW Behs Suction Tank Plnipi Pemberthj GTMM Oilen N etc. etc. etc. ship .to ottt-of-towii rlnily The Ndeown Hardware Co., ltd. Wholesale and Retail Cor. Bound and Dufferiu Streets W. C. presented fire de- 1 C. A. Schmidt, of Paynesville. partment with, a beautiful set of Sir Novels' tfce other Needless to say the fire boys appreciaite this handsome gift very inuch; Minn., is in the city today. He lo-1, cated on land south of Taber in the- spring. The crops are fine and wilt half pay 'for the land. He is welt pleased witfc Sunny Southern cement.-. The city today placed an The following building permits were' order for ten cars with the Bemtley r, and'one. IbfJ. the-cars is expected j in at once. CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. E. J. Hill and Flossie returned from Vancouver. A meeting of the lacrosse club will be held tonight in Xelson Gowfs; store. Burns-Johnson fight pictures at the Lyceum Tent tonight. ji All men will be interested in what M-acleod Bros. ad. has to say -in to- "day's issue. Miss Street, of Ottawa., is visiting "jMrs. DeVeber on her return trip from taken out this -morning Df. A. C. Pinhorn. frame-dwelling-, Ernest St.. J.' Simms, plaster, .dwelling Rachel street; There lifoUe. chance of the" extensive building operations in the city being suspended for a long .time to come. 11 A fairly. large crowd took in, the 41 I production of the "Show Girl' at the Lyceum -tent last night. The show. I while not an- exceptionally strong one. contained. some very excellent features. .The baritone solo of Mr. kelson's weary world is sleep- I ing" was exceptionally good. As .a bit- of. comedy It be considered I a. success as the crowd were kept laughing continually till