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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ROOMS IN CONNECTION THE ftACt f6; STAY ii it tM UUti NIL istl, '1'V'vJ "Threshermen it time to your in for threshing. We carry a full line of valvet, gauges, oil pumpt, rubber, spiral and packings, rubber and -leather belt- ings, endless 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. BOX67< PHONE 62 DO YOU READ? The SATURDAY HHR POST I Is the best Five Cent Magazine published. Get a copy at ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Phoni 26) New Whitney Block WE HAVE GOOD DRUGS Good drugs mean much more than Fresh Drugs be- cause it includes high grade as well as freshness. In every respect we claim that our stock is an excep- tional one. Let us be your druggists. I llberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists n B. aiPlflf, Mgr. lETMBItt Duck Shooting Commences, This Week "When looking over the ar- ticles for -the food and com- fort department, don't- for- get a THERMOS BOTTLE A drink of hot tea before the- early morning shoot is easily 'obtained without the bother of making a fire and w.aste of time .waiting for hot _ Just fill the bottle with hot water the night before. This will remain hot all night ready for use in the morning. Come in and see it for yourself. We wall explain its uses and principles. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 4D. Night clerk. Also Branch in North Ward The Store of Quality Just Received A Freth Supply of Peaches Peart Apples Plums Grapes Tomatoes and Fresh Vegetables PHONE 21 G. BMOBEER CO. Nnt UllUfirtteryltirfili City CITY AND DISTRICT S B. Williams and F. E. Qardhier sp-jat Sunday at Crow's Nest. Mrs. G. H. Johnston mil not j ceive tomorrow, Tuesduy.afternoon. Vaudeville and moving pictures at Lyceum Tent tomorrow night. J. G. Eobertson left for Toronto CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. Jas. McCaig and family arriv- ed this morning from the east. Sergt. Silliker will be acting chief during Chief Gillespie's absence. Mrs. Arthur Young of IMacleod is visiting friends in the city. B.-W. McMullen, manager'of the Merchants Bank left this afternoon on a trip to Montreal. The Pioneer Lumber Co. have just received a car of Fir 2-12, 22 and 24, and 2-14, 22-24 and 26. 213-2 Mrs. F. W. Downer and Miss Gladys went to Spokane this morning to spend a week. W. Oliver and four carpenters went' out to Fifteen. Mile X-ake to build a shooting box. Mr Early of Great Falls hus taken the position of operator to. th.j A. It. I. Co.'s office here. The Lyceum Concert Co, tonight at the Lyceum Tent Theatre. A: Mclntyre, C.P.R. operator, left for the east yesterday on a two months' vacation. 3Ir. 'McGuire- will take his place here. Mr. Hendrie Hay of Toronto who has been attending the Seattle Exposi tioh is visiting Mr. Andrew Naismith before returning to his home in the East. Mr. Hay, Mr. C. Rogers and .Laurence and Andrew STaismith left i __ on Saturday night for a. week's duck shooting near the 3filk Hiver. An excellent programme at ceum Tent, tomorrow night. 2Sc to any seat. J. L- Manwaring ami "VV. C. Ives PRESERVING PEACHES PER CASE I .70 PER CASE ABSOtyTELY THE BEST QUALITY THAT. HAVE COME TO LETHBRIDGE THIS SEASON. THE GOOD CO. PHONE HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY 25 LOTS On McKillop Street in North Ward each Good Terms TELEPHONE 294 Office, Room 8 Macdonald Block- CITY AND DISTRICT JV F. Rodgers returned on "Saturday night from a six weeks' trip to Seattle, Vancouver. Victoria, and other British Columbia points. Mrs. A. and'Hiss Vi- .this" afternoon for Brandon, to visit Sirs. Tlumphries' mo- ther. Mr. Humphries went as far as Medicine Hat. Rev. T. C. Buchanan of Calgary is in the' city a few hours on official bus- iness in connection with tie mission- ary department of the Church. J BREAD, CAKES PASTRY from the mm mm On Sale at Bradbeer and Co.'a Store The Good Co.'s Store v A. Macdouald and Co 's WILLIAMS WORKING MEN'S SHOES Every Pair Made to Wear." Guaranteed Solid Leather .Stock, and manufactured Experts in Heavy Footwear. .Yrur next pair should he% WILLIAMS THE FOOT TOGGERY SOLE AGENTS .THRESHING INSUR ANCE-Ican now injure til thresh- iiiR outfits at a rate of 4 per cent. Yearly policies. f I A I ttlTDX T STAFFORD BLOCK 1 M V PHONE 29? left morning for- Babb, -Monjb.. jand from there to the Josephine copper claims which Mr. Ives and io-ther local men are interested in. Latej- Mr. Manwaring s going to spend a week or ten. days at the Wa- LYCEUM TENT THEATRE Mgr. May, of the Lyceum Tent has arranged to resume the moving pictures and vaudeville. opening Tuesday night. The "opening bill will be a strong one. Morrisons in comedy sketches will "uphold the vaudeville end and the Shrabb-Xongboat race-in Montreal, wOl be the feature film Price thri Pictures- Only first class pictures will bo shown, and the vaudeville direct from the Pantages Circuit. A' complete new machine and outfit'arrived today and a reel will ba run off at the con- cert tonight. Prices will be as of "old. 25c to anv the Tent. j LETHBRIDGE CONSERmORY OF MUSIC AND j COMMERCIAL CdLlEGE J. George Harper Director RE-OPENS MONDAY, AUGUST 30th, Expert teachers in all branches.' Class and private instruction... .Choral, String, Orchestral and! Dramatic Clubs I in connection. TUFF'S BLK., the Barracks. BELTING and MilEHEri SUPPLIES unpacked an entirely4 new .stock, of ,T 4goods, 3rply Lion" Belting in H, S and 6in. "Lion" EhdleilThrether Suction Hose Tank Pemberthy Iniectdrs Grease Cups Guage Oilers etc. etc. etc. We ship to out-of-town, daily The McKeown iiardware Ltd, WKolesale and Retail" Cor. Eoiind and Streets i "THE BEAUTY PARLOR i Mrs. FRED. CASE will open "her Beauty Parlor at 330, CRABB Sf REET One block sontV of the Bank of Montreal, on MONDAY, AUGUST 23rd, 1909 Scientific Manicurin'g. Massaging, Shampooing and Hair "Dressing Hours 10 till 12 and 2 till 6 terton ilast night to attend the exhibition, c- Gold Standard demonitration t o The Shrubb-Longboat race at Ly- morrow morning at McKillop store. ceum Tent tomorrow night. Price 25c ;t gee paper. i to any seat. Mr, S. B. Mitchell, C.P.R. here spent Sunday in Macleod. The la-difes of the Eebeccas meet the Companions of the Forest (tonight at 9 o'clock in the K. of P. orcjcr to get WGQ organized M. T. Buchanan is back from Tnger- soil looking _after his interests here- jf0r the work rff Hospital Sunday. For a first-class job in CLEANING AND Jies; or Gents' Clothes call at where. THE CITY DYE WORKS "Phone 35y We are Now Located our New Ofli Hospital Sunday concert tonight. i A first class programme, band in i attendance. D. Johnston spent Sunday at Sparwood. Chief G-illespie and. wife-left on'the local today to spend a couple of weeks at Banff. We still have left some good No. 2 Shiplap at and some extra good No. 2 Cedar'Shingles at per M: See this stock-before buying Pioneer Lumber Co. 213-2 }tr. if. F. Gorman received car londs ot .horses from. Billings, Mont., on.Saturday nipflit. Ten carloads of cattle passed through the city on Saturday from Milk River en route to Montreal. ..The Pioneer Lumber Co. have just unloaded three cars of finishing lum- ber, doors and mouldings.....213-2 .The Pioneer Lumber Co. have just unloaded a car of No. I Pine Lath. 213-2. m the Acadia BlocK Redpath Street with every accommodation to give the attention to Your Requirementi in Build' ing Material Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld Pbmci 23. 123 MM) 321 Every member, of, b'ofch societies re- quested to be present. Winter bushels of old winter wheat. Good seed. W. R. Dobbin; Lethbridge. 113-3 Tho duck soason opened today, thn 23rd. A number of parties have left j town for the haunts of the wild. fowl. The laying of the heavy steel on 'a bay horses, aged 6 years, weight 1400 Ib's. Both had white-faces. One branded inverted V over E on right side of Brand not vis- ible on other but if arjy it -was a "flying A." One hud Roman nose. Reward for return to Albert Klopsh, 57orlh Ward, Lethbridge. 14-6 NOTICE Aug. 21. 1909. Owing to the contirtuoxis advance of flour, the local bakers liave dfHrled to advance the-price of bread on and after the 25th of August. The trade will receive sixteen loaves and eigh- teen retail and wholesale res- pectively for R. W. SCOTT, J. TOMPKTNS. SCITWEITZEE BBOS _ Ibo new bridge commenced this morn- T0 .ing. H. Macleod, resident engineer; Glyn and party of Medicine Hat arc here Altered to suit. Apply Turpin Fur- superintentling the work. niture Co. 214-6 The Pioneer Lumber have just j 'received a car, of cement" and, hay.e roomed shack for .ale or rent m Duff Westley. two more cars on the. road. 213-2 !Wood street, or write' care of Herald. DIED Lethbridge on August j 15th, Wm. Davis, late of 23 Tydar' street. Truro, Cornwall England. I BALLADS OF A CHJEECHAKO By Robert W. Service r Another book by this fa- mous Canadian poet. Just as racy and true to life at his former The Songs of a Sourdough." J. J. Johnston Druffitt Shootiiig Specials to 1.25to 1.75 Sweaters.............. 40c to 5.50 9.00 to 12.00 10.00 tolOO.OO 3.00 to 4.25 Gun 75cto 2.00 to 25.00 We Know How to Shoot, Where to Shoot and When to Shoot Staffora Agnew Co. v." "If you live write us.1' CLARKE .ff CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453' WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block A Spkndid Array of Autumn Dress Goods terse summing-up of the merits of this display. we have provided the most liberal range for choice. every new design and every novelty is shown. we have directed the most painstaking efforts towards securing only what was popular among the strictest followers of tKe styles. Our dress goods department presents an enchanting ensemble of all the fabrics affected by modish dressersthis products of manufacturers of ..high standard. Our prices are the very lowest that could be made on good.-; of such sterling make and quality. .See the display at its fullest and best. Great Value in All-Wool Striped Serge Lovely, tine cloth in pretty self-colored striped effect; colors navy brown, green, old rose, cardinal, calawba and 42 in. 'wide, nice fall weight. I ntroductory price ................................60c- HANDSOME VENETIAN good weight, splendid wearing cloth, suit- able for tailored garments; colors navy, brown green, cardinal and black, in self- colored stripe. Introductory NEW FALL all, soft-finish, medium weight cloth, 43 in. wide and ab- solutely pure wool, self striped, effect..11 in all the wanted colors. Splendid value at price Handsome Effects in Exclusive Suit Lengths Just the-proper weight for "tailored fair assortment of various designs and colorings in stripe and shadow check effects. But one of a kind in the various and very reasonably priced for such fine qualities. Introductory and UNSPOTABLE extnr fine finish, pure wool cloth, guaranteed unspotable and thoroughly shrunk; 54 in. wide; .-colors navy, brown, green and black.. Introductory price FINEST FRENCH smooth finish, clean wearing, -dust, shedding cloth, unspotable finish, 50 itw. proper weight for tailored garments. Introductory A Very Low Price for Fine All-Wool Ao excellent quality, in nice medium ins: wide; pure wool; all the wanted colors- such as green cardinal, cream, sky and black. Introductory price....................45c FINE BLACK VOlLES-Lovely goods ior .RICH GREYS FOR ELDERLY I Goods that are sometimes hard to find. evening dresses, odd- skirts and house- I but shown here in an assortment to suit gowns: fine and evenly 46 in. I all Splendid values at wide. Introductory pricet 1.2S I Introductory ......65c, I Two Lots on Glyn St. for Close in. No other lots in vicinity less thdfl each R. Dobbin Phone ;