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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HOMEY TO LOAK e H.ACE TO STAY in MUI a MMMMMt' Gobi' Shootin Mr Sportsman? If tare to call buy your ammttoHion from THE HICK I Hardware Co. Who have a complete line I G UNS and Kynoch Shells HNS FUN to We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Oar Prescription Department Is ihe largest in the province. It every thing the write in their prescrip- tions. .Three graduate pharmacists are in attendance at the dis- pensing We promise you the and best substitution bnt everything exactly as your prescription calls for. Bring your prescrip- tidus here. We dis- pense any prescrip- tion written by any physician on any paper. J. D. ligiitotkan J Co. IU. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 ResMeat Night Clerk The Store of Quality Kin Spruce The 'Barrier The Measure of the R ule Get Rich Quick Christian Science By Mark Twain And many others BQSM'5 BOOK SIDfE 1st tar let of Ink Phone 255 Praises Come to us to day regarding our drug store service, which is cer- tainly gratifying and pleasing. It makes us feel that the people of the city of Letli- bridgc take interest in our great effort to give them the best their money can buy in our line. We sell everything a good drug store should sell and we guarantee all goods of high grade. W till AND DISTRICT Richards 8t Pringtss at he Oliver Hall tonight. Too good to miss. J. R. Anderson, manager of the Un_ on Bank ond J. E. We'.ls wt-nt out o the latter's farm n-ar Stirling this All Crockery must be Sold within 5 days to remodel shelves PHONE 21 G. ti ttitti 1 FillH Ctoriog Sale if SWKS, kits nil Collars Commenting Saturday, Aag. 22 BLOUSES, regular price....'.............. .11.15 to SALE PRICE...................... to f 2.00 BELTS from 6c COLLARS from L (2J, J. McLEAY Mrs. K. II. Rylands leaves tonight to spend a vacation at Banff. Mr. tlylands will her, return- ing on Monday. W. L. Wilson has .sold his house "on Burdat street and will of "the boarding house at Barnes' mines on Monday. THE WEATKzR Edmonton, 32 Calgary, fair 42 Lethbrkige, cloudy ..............80 54 Regina, fme...................86 42 Winnipeg, fair ................90 50 The. weather lias boon very warm vith a strong wind blowing and a scatter, d showers but 'fcss turned nuch cooler. Manitoba and creasing north northwest winds. Pine and cool today and on Saturday. Frost in .many localities tonight. and col, local frosts at night. Saturday fine, with, higher WADDINGTON GIBBON Have received instructions to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION Tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 22 At 2.30 prompt, ti large consignment of ROCKERY Including Teapols, Dinner Dishes, Platters, Cups, Suucere. xPlates, Berry .ALL NEW GOODS Sale at the Auction Roomv 410 ROUND STREET THE FOOT TOGGERY Controls, the city for THE WILLIAMS SHOES A Working Mail's Shoe, from to and "every pair made to wear." NELSON GOW ALBERT E. IVES Im Vffliw Hock PHONE i CARDSTON PUPILS FOR NORMAL SCHOOL Prescription Specialists I 2. HIPiEY, tor. IET8H1DBE t CIGARS t BY THE BOX Imported from op Domestic from Try a Box of Clear Haranas, R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters Mrs. J. J. Johnston" left on the tanpc-fature. westbound train this morning for Vancouver and Victoria. She will be away for about two months. A large party of excursionists went to today. The -train, made up of six coaches was-v filled. The Concert Band paraded to the station. -Won. Guim of J. Gunn Sons, his returns! from a trip of inspection 10 the G. T. P. bridge on the Pern aina river of which they are building the concrete work. Miss Dora Nimmons and Mis Minnie Maddaugh left on the -ocal for Calgary where they will attend Normal School. Both the young lad- ies passed the senior leaving exam- ination this year, E. Williams was in the city yester- day. He is opening a store at the new mining town, .of Coal City north of Taber. He reports that mines in that vicinity are working and preparing for fall shipments. The secretary-treasurer of the school board yesterday receive'd a telegram from -Ottawa saying that Miss I.. Taylor of the Westminster school staff is very ill and asking the board to accept her resignation. Extra fine program on at the Bijou tonight, entitled Madam Bikes, An Extraordinary Overcoat, Running for Office, How do You Like our Drawin Room, The Good Thief. If you wish a good laugh and a good time come and ?ee us. Yesterday a double shift W.TS pu nt the mines. There has betn LETHBRIDGE! Last evening the following pupuls passed through town eu route for Calgary where they will enter the Normal School preparatory to tak ing local schools. The pupils r hail from the Cardston district. laud question aiitl the iarifl at some LETHBRIDGE SHEEP FED ON LETHBRIDGE GRASS FURNISH LiTHBRlbGE WOOL FCiR LETH BRIDGE BLANKETS. Mr. "Joseph A. -Young' came in last evening from New Dayton where he made a final disposition of his wool to the -Lethbritlge Woollen Hills' }Lr. is as follows: Phillip Shof- field (who passed h'fs Sth Standard .Joseph Earl, Rose Archibald, Osborue Wright, Vera 01- sen, Smith and George Parker, of Mouiitaiii View and Florence sythe of Magrath. With the lion of the first named, JTbrmal ScKooi will -qualify., them for seco'rtd Figures were quoted to substantiate j hia rerkarks, to thesey nyit. ters. He proved beyond the possibiL icy of "a' doubt that the policy an- nounced and followed by the Liberal Party wa3 more successful than that pursued by the Conservative party. He also treated the historical side of these two important topics. The Hon.. Mr. Finlay spoke briefly upon the responsibility of public of- ficials to the whole people. He then told of the admirable work done by the Department of -Agriculture in Alb-rta" Next came the inimitable David H Elton. He showed from the last class teachers. It is a pretty good] _- budget speech of tne Premier that a showing for .one little town parcelled __._._ ._ _ off in one corner of the Province A Alberta. Yoiipfj clipped in the n .pL 401000 pounds and sold his entire. utput to the above-named mills. He ays that' with the exception -M thf: ow price of wool, the season i us eea a most excellent onR. He hcs ,600 lambs about 2.-100 00 of thb. latter having been soM. t a good figure, .to P. Burns' Co. or mutton which is almost entirely used in the local shop. Tbo'wo.l is a very, fine .quality and no doubt, ilankets will be. Vt least it will be a source -.if satis- action to know -they aic purely" home. product from the grvvss that throws our Sunny District to the little Sonnies that "cuddle on an increasing demand for coal re cently. Peopli- are beginning to laj in a supply for winter. Ab >ut 5 p r cent, more coal is mined with double shift. i Those desirous of purchasing crock J ery will find what they want at Wad ilinL'ion Gibbon's sale, roms tomor row. Tboy hive received a lart'e con 1 j of now goods and thr-s j wiH of p.m. un i dor hiunm-T. L 1 i Don't forget the famous Richard j and Pringle's Minstrels at the Olive [j Hal! tonight. 1 The city schools all reopen Mon_ doy next. Pupils who havi- in attendance will go to thc-ir olil rooms from promotions will b i Xew pupils living in North Ward Ward will report to the principal at Wosiniinster school, all others to the principal at the CVnlral Scho'.l. Lists of books required will be each class the first morning. Ev TV should bring a scribbler pen- Readers will br: all pu- MR. HAYCOCK'S OPINIONS Jos. L. Haycock, or Kiiigston, Do- minion Binder Twine Inspector, was in the city for a few hours yester- day on official business. Mr. Hay- cock says that while the crop in the West is good it is hardly up to the reports received in the East and he thinks that the estimate of a yield of one hundred and thirty million bushe'.s of wheat will have to be qualififd. Tlv- recent dry weather; has affected the yield very eonsider. nbly. Jaw and Medi- cine Hat thr crop is very light. He to sec- better crops west of Lethbridge and speaks of the local crops us bving wry good indeed. left on the local for Macleod points north. From Edmonton will r-ast along the C. N. R. A Fine Meeting At Magrath iContirvied from Front Page.) diture quoting figures of the same. Schools were'the most prominent ture touched upon. The policy of the railways and the telephone systems also mentioned. Mr. Simmons commenced by show! ing the wise policy of the Government in acquiring and managing telephon- e's in Alberta, after which he showed the way in which the liquor traffic is controlled in. the Province. Mr. Simmons now contrasted the constitutions .of Canada and the United States showing the superiority of our constitution. With that ex- planation as a basis, he treated the ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR for asi! Pastq This; Ka's been acknowledged to-be one ol the finest Flours milled Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer For ELLISON And see you get it. FLOUR We only ask one trial and we are then of your trade Dealers! See that you'are. getting the i Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND G. W.GBEEK, Manager MAGRATH surplus remained in the Treasury Department. He made a few compli- mentary remarks about our farms anc schools. The tribute he" paid to Sir Wilfrid Laurier was certainly, very xinique. remarks stating that the town of Magrath always "welcomed the Government officials and thanked them for the in- terest they had in the welfare of the town. _ A spirit .of toleration and good will CHEAPEST and BEST LOTS in NORtH WARD Close to Westminster School, from to down, balance in monthly payments of L S. -Rot m 5, Whitney Block Duncan Marshall was not present as Ms automobile was wrecked near Lethbridge. At 11.15 the meeting adjourned by singing "God Save the JtCing." Clothes Gleaned Pressed Goods Called for and Delivered J0HN3TON Urnl totei Ptatt 111 (Ms Caiy for an! Defirerd Dr. D..H.McAllister, of Sussex will probably be chosen by the Liberal convention to oppose Geo. W. Fowler in Kings and W. S. Calvert, the Lib- eral whip was nominated at the con- vention today for the House of Com- mons. FOR SALE One milch cow. Apply M03 Ford treet near Ellison mill. 213-0 WANTED On August 23th for HoM Cy_ Maple Snsk., an ex- p Tifp.ced ho ad Dining Room pirl. Free fare. Apply between 4 and 5 p.m. to Fred W. Downer, Hotel CoaL 213.0 FOR EXCHANGE A niRndo1rn harp and n rev.lvcr pil.s up to and including IV. i for a man's saddle. Apply German's brand givo yon satisfaction TRY IT Lonlnr Co, ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Mam Yard North of Track Dice RedpalhSt.West is desirably that all pupils be in the first day, that they Many bo assigned classes. Privrence will givt-n to thos--- who nt. Store. 213-1 FOR RENT j Xuvly furnished with 512 Round St. 213-6! Fresh New Stock Formaldehyde For Fall Seeding Guaranteed Government Strength -10 per cent Johnston Prescription Drnggist -QUALITY t For Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FAFM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lnnds and Lethbridge Properties Rooms 1 and 2 Southard Block LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ladies' Early Fall Goats The early Fall Coats are here -1-2, 3-4 and 7-8 lengths. Coverts and Beavers. Handsome Garments at small prices up to each Ladies' Panama Skirts Black, Navy, Green, Maroon New Styles Prices, and Car Fresh Groceries unload- ing ill SflCcS OUR LETTER BOX. (.The Herald not responsible' for the sentiments expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be accompanied by ttie writer's name otherwise publication will be refused. RE "SUPERVISING" Lethbridgo, Aug. 21, -1908, To the Editor of the Daily "Herald: Referring to the item in last night's Herald regarding damage done to the PHONE 54 THE CASH STORE Another carload of Preserving Fruit TV ill arrive abont next MONDAY, August 24th. Crawford Peaches and Bartlett Pears are uow at their best. Come early and get the best. THE GOOD CO. Phone it. cement sidewalk .at corner of and streots: :This-item is misleading and is iiu tended to convey tho idea thut and .supervision oi this, v.-ork was not good; As a matter of fact the damage was caused by the driving of a heavy wagon over the w'alk by some un_ known person and these walks were never built to. stand such acts of vandalism. Furthermore the walks still the hands of the contractors who stand ..rauly to rcpasr this damage for which they are net-to''blame. I would re.speetfilly suggest to Herald that it "supervise" more closely sifeh insinuations as appeared last evening before allowing them to be published. Yours vr-y truly, C. M.'- ARNOLD.. ND HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET LOOK FOR THE SIGN We have a large consign- ment of very superior sec- oruJ-haml HxraSehold Fur- nitnre on sale at our rooms. If yon are-looking for first clnss goods at- third class prices, come and inspect onr stock. Waddington Gibbon TEl_t_PHONEI 261 I Ire Yoi Gowi This Season? If so, don't fail to inspect our selected stock of Gr.ns, Rifles. Coats, Vesta and Belts GUNS FROM to HAYR BROS k Successors !o L. PKone 75 ;