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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta e tNK PLACI TO STAY Goih' Shootin Mr If so, be to call ftnd buy your 1 THE HICK I Hardware Co. Who-have'a complete line IGUNSI Normal and I Kynoch Shells i; sens fiBi in i; We Sell for Cash f Phone 62 P.O. Box (HO Our Prescription Department the UtTgeit IQ tli6 province. It every thing doctore write in their prescrip- tions. Three graduate pharmacists are in attendance at the dis- peusing desk. We promise you the purest arid best drugs no substitution but everything exactly as your prescription calls for- Bring your prescrip- tions here. We dis- pense any prescrip- tion written by auy physician on any paper. JJJifitfcgtkMftbLtl THE FOOT Fuaily and Dispensing Tekphone 4f Resident Night Clerk J Kin The Barrier The Measure of the Rule (jet Rich Quick Christian Science By Mark Twain And many others ROBOTS BOOISTODE 1st Boor West of Onkj Bssk Phone 25f (MMDlSTRia Wm. Salvage of Grassy Lake city. Rev. -A. .A. Lyttle will preaefc Westminster Church tomorrow even- The Store of Quality ASK FOIL SANFORirS LUSTRE cool Made oi grey, black or fancy luftre. OUT I NO ol striped grey flannel verv comfortable. OUTINQ ftUITf-Coat in fancy flannels and fancy homespuns. Coat JELL-0 ICE CREAM and JELLY POWDERS WHITE DUCK SUITt-Cou- ot eoat and or separately. MANUFACTU11NG CO. WINNIPEG. MAK. SANFORD OST. ALL CROCKERY RE- DUCED TO COST ALr. and Mrs. Arnold, Mr. and lot- the Pere Murquette in applying for permission to run its internation- car lerry to Fort Stanley oil Sun. the city for THE Wl l_L-i A M S S H O ES A Working Mui't Shoe, from to and "every made to NELSON CO. ti IBM a nm THE WEATHtR 60 Calgary, foggy............... 62 Rogina, fine.....................t.. 6S Winnipeff, clear 82 ing. Strangers corduuiy The gas well boring measured 1020 Medicine Hat, clear fjethbridge, clear 63 68 40 36 32 42 44 44 day. The Canadian association of is applying for a rat- under ihe Canadian freight classifica. tioii for racing shells. At the present they transported by spe. are not taken'by railways as an obligation. James Qrier of Toronto has com- plained to> the board that the Bell Telephone. Co. is overcharging: feet this morning. The same forma- and Come to us from day 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 Leth- _bridge 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. I XlbertaDrygeiidBookCo, Prescription Specialists L B, MflP. LHRBRHEE of tiou is still being. met. A man left his pocketbook of the desks at the 1'ostoilice and. is now asking the police to help him locate it. The Misses Fleming, daughter Captain Halifax ing their aunt, ilrs. Xiven, Baroness Hoad. Among the visitors in the cityr to- day are Mrs. Wm. AridertbTi, Mrs. J: A. and Miss II. M. lings of .Macleod. Mrs. D. 'L. ilardie, the. Misses Llardic and Miss Menzies went to Raymond This morning to spend the wan, line totlay and on Suiduy. day a little warmer, Alberta, fine and warmer and on Sunday. uunnmgiiiun- :H.rb. itacve, Mrs. Higby, bvuruts, Alruy liOgers, -iiisu Ag- Messrtt. Wilson, L'ouuc-il, i'roud, Stroll. Uu iliss Vroouiau guvc u ueiigutiui 'little iuncucou. iii houo: 01 iliss Kogcrs. Tiifl table was. very cuec'meiy uecorauxi witli pretty i-Jii- trepiece und an artistic basket tied with .Liberty .satin Hows and filled with pint aud mauve sweet .peas. The btafl of the Bank of Montreal entertained at cards o'u WeduesOay ALBERT E. IVES lm 2, Hirer Klod PHON him for telephone. His daughter who lives with? him is a nurse and company charges the business rate telephone. S. S. Jones has in v.tbe cosy.apartments inade Ihe complaint that' neither the j the Bank in houor of Miss Dora Itoniinioii vpr ihe Canadian Express j gers. Everyone voted it one oL the give :a proper express service to Sa.- jolliest aflairs .oi the season and said brevois, asks that they be ollsorts of complimentarir things'ab- compelled rto give a good service. The out the geuial hosts. Mrs... iyeeye. city orptiawa- fe applying to the boa fd who ,makea a charming hostess, Alex. or any person know- ing his whereabouts, is requested to at once seek out the secretary of the Lethbridge Lodge of Oddfellows or Bro. A: Neidig. PL. Davidson secretary of the Y. 11. Cf baseball club, has written to Cardston, Macleod and the Young Li- teral Calgary, asking that steps be taken to arrange matches with the '51. C., .pennant winners for an: order "compelling the railways to abate nuisanceVii -the district the city. It is proposed that: only anthracite shall be burned in switch engines. All of these ap- plications will be heard at the- next- sitting of 7the board which, will" be .held iii Ottawa beginning September 1st: V CIGARS BY THE BOX imported from up Domestic from Try a Box of Clear Havanas, R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters day. The Citizens Band will render a programme of sixcred music on the square tomorrow (Sunday) evening at 9 o'clock. Robertson's book store for school supplies. New Whitney block. This morning R. P. f.re- jsented the Herald with a uniqui pa- perweight composed of meited brass and charred wood from the District Ledger Office at Fernie. Wm. Rose of the Immigration de- partment, Winnipeg, arrived in the city last night and went south this morning with the local agent, A. E. Humphries. A man fell in a cellar being dug for a house last night. He thought he was dead but when neighbors brought the doctor in to investigate it was found that he was more scar- ed than hurt. Tho pastor, Rev. J. Harrison, will conduct the services at Wesley Church tomorrow. The subject in tha morning will be "Abram's Great Trial" and the evening topic "The Secret of Truest Success." 3trs. R. S._ Biggs of Dundas, Ont. j and Mrs. Frea Wilmott oi itilton Ont.. are visiting Mrs. G. H. John ston. The three ladies are fonrnT college mates and have not seen "each other before for many Tomorrow and on following Sun days until the completion of the church building, Knox Church servic es will be held in the old i building, now situated on Glyn Ht south, between the residences of .Mr LittU: and Fleetwood. Xuriiiiin, tin: 18 months old soa o Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Dunsworth, in the city league. He Is offering 'Cardston-'and ILacleod "70 per cent, of the gate receipts. "The Y. M. C. would like to hear from the Nanton winners in the northern league with a view to arranging a match. A very peculiar accident took place yesterday at Crow's Nest, The B. of train was stand- ng on track number one when the Iyer came in on another track. rhile it was moving, a Macleod car- i attempted to get on it but fail- d. When he recovered himself he ound that the top half of his left ar was cut ofT slick and clean as if y a kniie and no other wound was isible. He regrets losing the piece f.ear but is thankful he has the rest f his head left. THE SOCIAL REALM A great number of entertainments have "been given this week for Miss Dora Bbgers who leaves next week for a year on -the continent. Every- one regrets the departure of this dainty jmbst popular little lady and we all wish her good, luck' and "Bon Voyage." Mrs- Neale gave a most attractive bridge last Friday evening in uonor of Miss .Duff. prizes were ceived lor the staff. Cards were played beginning of-the UYCUUIJJ and alter partaking of a very dainty supper the rujjs were taken up and. everyone enjoyed a jolly little clancu. Miss Marshalb (Medicine Hat) wou a very pretty cut glass dish as ladies' first prize, and Mr. Ives winning the gentleman's. Miss Agnes Hardie and Mr. Mabee (Magrath) won the con- solation prizes. The guests, were 31r. and Mrs. R. Miss Dora Ro- gers, Miss Wilson, Miss Menzies, Miss the Misses McBeth, Miss Hillis, the Misses Hardie, Miss Hay- cock Marshall" (Medi- cine the Misses Bawden, Miss Eckstonn; Messrs.- 'McNally, Prou'd, ves, Hyde, Mabee Hyde .Ander on, Eakin, Power, Street, Flemming AtcBeth. ELLISON MILLING (fc ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR Far Bw( art Fastrj .-This has been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled iii 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 your Customers" .are asking for MAGRATH W; 0BEEN, Manager Those winning the and .Mrs. Cunning- Seed Wheat for Saskatchewan ham and Mrs. Wilson. The guests were, Miss Jlr. and Mrs. Wilson O .JJ. V S H O Z M a C. G. K. Nourse received a tele- gram today through the Bank at Watson, S ask., placing an order for Lethbridge fall wheat for seed. O "2? a a" Xorth Ward, died yesterday morning after a week's illness. The little fel- iow was apparently getting well ag- ain when a change suddenly set in. Poor Paper is no Paper Our brand give yon satisfaction TRY IT 5 The funeral will take ut four o'clock this afternoon. Tomorrow evening, in the Baptist Church, Rev. Wm. Reid will deliver the first of a series of sermons ad- dressed to young men and young wo- men. Subject: "The Dream of Youth." The morning service is at 1L o'clock and the Surulay Srhnnl nnd Bible Class at 3 o'clock. Kvervliody js invited to these ser- NOTHING IN REPORT Lethbridge, Aug. 22, 1908 Editor Herald: hereby wish to contradict certain reports that have been circu- j lated regarding my going out of lua- iness, etc. The City Bukery has removed ac- ross the street to the building vacat- ed by the Singer Sewing Machine Co. first east of the fire hall. We have too good a trade to leave and trust to maintain our reputation a first class bakery. Yours truly, J. L. Calder. CHAPEST and BEST Close to Westminster School, from to down, balance in monthly payments of L S. RIPLEY, Rot m 5, Whitney Block Miss Wilson, Miss Vrooman and Miss Hillis were guests t the Montreal Bank; on Saturday of .last week. Miss Marshall of Mfidicino Hat, a guest.at the Misses Hardle. BOARD WILL BE BUSY lumber Co, ltd, Phones 23 and 128 Mara Yard North ol Track OSes RedpathSLWest BORN (iaHivan, on August 18th, to Dr. and Mrs. a son. Railway Commission Has Plenty of Applications to Consider Ottawa Aug. number of in_ teresiing applications for rulings have been made to the Railway Com. j mission. One is by the Grand Trunk j railway which wants the board to j drdiire what are "works of necessi. j ty' 'for railways under the Lord's Day Act. Applications refer chiefly to tho handling of trains and cars in yards on Sunday. There is another Mrs. and'Mr; Town- send Naismith were a charming, host and hostess at a jolly little garden party .given, on Thursday, evcni ng-. on Mr. pretty lawns. In spite of the threatening weather -ev- eryone turned out and enjoyed them- selves and as the weathep cleared the young people promenaded, the pretty walks where the trees were hung with Chinese lanterns and listened to the excellent music rendered by the Concert Band. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed Goods Called for and Delivered Pto 215 Catted far aad Ddhered Rak.nl Mrs. Cunningham and the Misses Hardie entertained in honor of Miss Dora Rogers, an account of both of which will appear in next week's is- sue, both being too _ late for this HOUSES TOR SALE room house with water and electric light, located a little east of Barracks. Easy terms. room house, water and electric light, Ar_ gyle avenue. Essy terms. room house, Duffer. in St. new and moclprn. Easy terms. modern house, centrally locrUed. of the nicest houses and'locations in city. Easy terms. Lots are in big demand. See our list before ihfy advance. Skeith Tiiley Phone 191 Whitney Block ij School Books and Supplies See our new lines of Scribblers and Pencils J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- For an lavettmcnt in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties RMMS 1 ari 2 Safari Bkck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Another of Preserving Fruit L arrive abont next MONDAY, August 24tb, Cm w ford Peaches and Bartlett Pears are now at their best. Come early and get the best. THE GOOD CO. Phone Ihe 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 ;