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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONEY TO LOAN x IHKt UOd e THE PLACE TO STAY MH> to Mill URL i Coin' ShootinV Mr Sportsman? If so.be to call and buy your guns and ammunition from THE HICK Who have a complete line of and Kynoch Shells BlIUS HUM S18 tola We Sell for Cash Phone 02 P.O. Bos 670 MM ScaiegQOJslllfofttiiieailins King Spruce The Barrier The Measure of the Rule Gret Rich Quick Christian Science By Mark Twain And many others ROBERISGK'S eOQX STORE 1st tar Vest of Ualoa Euk Phone 25' Oar Prescription Department Is ihe largest in the province. It contains every thing the doctors write in their prescrip- tions. Three graduate pharmacists are in attendance at the dis- pousiug desk. AYc promise you the purest and bost drugs no substitution but everything exactly as your prescription calls for. Bring your prescrip- tions here. We dis- pense any prescrip- tion written by any physician on any paper. J. 0. HigiobottiamSCo.Ul Family and Dispensing Chemists 49 Resident Nigbt Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality CAR OF PRESERVING Fruit ON WEDNESDAY Call early and get the best Remember we have a few odd lines of Crockery left to be sold at cost. PHONE 21 G. CO. ta IEU8I i flittl J. B. Gibbon is on a business to Calgary. John Brodie get 1700 bushels oi oats from 35 acres. H. Weber is spending a holiday RCgina, cloudy .39 THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair .......00 CO 50 Calgary, clear 72 40 Winnipeg, cloudy............ 6C 46 j Lethbridge, clear .01 83 47 58 53 Trouble been brewing among the carpenters on a few of the hold- ings iu town for u day or two. How over iue matter has settled by the mm-uuiou men making applica- t Lou to join the unloa. that aa old lady; en- joying upper, berth ou the flyer was given a constitutional cold shew er bath this morning. Undoubtedly she found it 'sufficiently refreshing to brighten, her up to respond Urst call for breakfast. According to the report some J aps werci attend ing to their duties in filling the wa- ter tanks on the train. One of their uuiubor, being a new hand on the job, didn't know the difference be- tween a ventilator and a funnel and made a wrong guess with the result that tho hose was turned on old lady, who was in the top storey. She All things come to those who lca.ru. to labor and wait. Some times sim- ply waiting will do the trick. At least that is all E. 0. Baiaes did to secure a homestead this morning. He waited from the time the door of the laud office closed yesterday afternoon and tirmly kept his seat under the lock. The homestead is a desirable one thirteen miles north-east of the city" and was thrown open by cancel- lation this morning. Mr. Baines en- joyed the company of several "other aspirants throughout the night. At six o'clock this morning the coapa- 1 Finest Candies Luscious Candies and pure coat covering, pur- est of cream, nut and com- bination centres. Elegant Candies Made in the cleanest of kitchens and safe to eat. The next time come here and get a box to take to They are the choice of Royalty. at the Waterton Lakes. Don't miss the large special formauce at the Bijou tonight. Mr. and 'Mrs. John Sbarmau ami family of Souris, Manitoba, eamo to the city reside yesterday. The Merchants Bank has opened a branch at Wainwright, one of the uew G. T. P. divisional points. Work on the construction .of the new warehouse for the Western Can- ada Agency commenced, today. Several people have summon- ed to appear at the police court for allowing cattle to run at large'. Remember, of those cool, de- Bulletin From Central Office There has been, rain in western Manitoba and Eastern Saskatchewan but warm weather prevailed through- out the country. Forecast Manitoba, cool and show 'ri> Wednesday. A few showers but partly fair. Saskatchewan and Alberta, a Another carload of Preserving Fruit Will arrive about next MONDAY, August.24th. Crawford Peach ea and Bart-let t Pears aro now at their best. Couie early and get the best. THE GOOD CO. Phone 98. THE FOOT TOGGERY Controls the city for THE WILLIAMS SHOE1S A Working Man's Shoe, from to and "every pair made to NELSON GOW j: ALBERT E.IVES loon Z, Biwr Slock PHONE ny had grown in number to twenty- five or on the same er- rand. MEDICINE HAT CATTLE Conditions Under Which Shipments Were Never Bettsr local showers but partly fair. few Sta- tionary or u little higher tempera- ture. No circular was received by the lo- cal strikers this morning. The sit- hghtiul dancing parties takes r uation remains unchanged, at the Bijou on. Wednesday evening from He S! of this week. T. A. McDonald and W. G. Whit ley j of Goderich, Out., are in the city. the Srcat are all the talk. E. U. Rylauds has returned a trip to Banff and Calgary. in the south They are touring the west and are delighted with our district. Miss McDowell, demonstrator the Royal Worcester Corsets, will ba at the Hudson Bay Store, on Wednes. day and Thursday, 25th and 27th. Ail ladies are cordially invitad to at- tend the Corset Demonstration. Four reels shown at the Bijou tonight in the place of two hereto- fore making each show lasts ouo IamP- i hour and twenty minutes. i Mrs. P. McMurphy and family ar- Work started yesterday on the spur track from the junction east oi the city, to the .Eioyal Collieries. Jaase MacDonald are the The lire brigade were out again at noon today, to a blaze in the Hick Hardware Co.'s tin shop. A gasoline lamp exploded and the gasoline was ignited by another The names ate their way Medicine Hat, Aug. con- ditions under which cattle are being shipped from the Medicine Hat dis_ tirct this season have never been ex- celled. The past winter was so niild that the stock lost little weight, and did not have-so much to pick up in the spring, so have rounded into con- dition very rapidly. Shipments will in consequence be marketed much earlier than last year, and the beef will present a much better appear- ance, being hog fat already. Prices are soaring and the cattlemen are satisfied. William Fawcett who has been in the district for the last couple of weeks, secured 313 head of extra fine steers in the country lying south between this point and Medicine Louge. xire price ranged from ?45 for three year olds to for foucs. They were shipped last night to Hochelaga for export, and Mrl Faw_ For Sale GOOD, FIRST-CLASS Restaurant IN B.d Paying good dividends. For information and terms enquire V. RODGERS Pool Room City ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO. LTD. J OUR BEST FLOUR For Bread and Pastrj i Tins has been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled iu Western Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON FLOUR 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 are asking for LETEBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND G. W. GREEN, Manager MAGRATH ALDERMAN HURT Vancouver, B. C., Aug. man Cavanaugh met with serious in- juries this afternoon. He had stepped out of his rig, when the team started to bolt and in trying to stop'them, he was thrown under the' wheels and severely bruised and cut. HLs con- dition is but not dangerous. MURDER AT VANCOUVER House and 3 Lots, 0 rooms, water, trees across the three lots, in a good location and a genuine investment House and Two Lots On Round Snap L S. R1PLEY, Ro m 5, Whitney Block through the ceiling and damaged three sets of chairs and some mat- rived in the city to join Mr. Jc- tresses in the Turpln Furniture Co.'s' Murphy and are at present staying at the Lethbridge hotel. The Roman scene at the Bijou is certainly a drawing feature. The great deep plot is laid in Italy. not takcn for several minutes.' ies for tonight, only 15 and 25 cents. _, _ he fire brigade had a lively n warehouse. The fire was put out by the emploj'ees of the two companies before the brigade arrived. Owing to circumstances Oie drivers were not nt the hall and the 'phone message Q j Five cars of cattle from Buckley passed through Prescription Specialists 1. B. RIPIEY, IETBBEIB6E V I Tennant of Warner, I to today from Cardston same place yesterday. at four o'clock this ir .ercd the record bv sov-.-rai waggons iv.nv. out in were shipped to the j aWy short Chief with seven men were on tte scene, in a D. Burbank and wife and Mrs. A. few minutes after the alarm sounded. CIGARS BY THE BOX Imported from up Domestic from Try a Box of Clear Havanas, R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters II. Van Orman, sister-in-law of 35- j A barrel of rubbish in Mr. Curry's shop Van Orman, who have- been in {back yard, opposite Wesley Church. I Taber for several weeks, were in the- bad caught fire in some mysterious city today on their waj- to their manner and made some excitement ihome at Itenningtqn, Idaho. Mrs. [for a few minutes. Owing to indefi- I Van Orman and her husband expect I nite instructions the Brigade had dif- j to take up their residence in Tabcr! ficulty in locating the fire which had cett will also purchase largely through the Creek country south oi the .-Cypress Hills. In the same train James Salmon shipped a carload to Winnipeg, and James English two cars to Hochela- ga. W. J. Barker took a carload ot horst-s bred in the district to Bat. tleford, and J. T. Brandford shipped 98 head of horses to Moosoraiu. All were heavy draft. Few if any cattle will go from here to Chicago this year. Last season over half the out- put went down to Clay; Robinson Co., which may or may not have had something lo do with the better fig- ures Canadian buyers act- now offer- ing, and with, the more satisfactory treatment given shippers. Vancouver, Aug. negro, known as "Jack" Mucdereck murder- ed a colored woman named Jenkins, on Prior St., as the result of a quar- rel over rent. He stabbed her in a score of places and then made his escape. The affair was witnosstd by a woman friend of the victim. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed Goods Called for and Delivered MARK JOHNSTON BeVrad Balmoral Hotel Pte 275 Goods Called for and Dttirered TO OPPOSE BILLY CALVERT Ont. Aug. Mc_ lin of Mosa was chosen Con- servative candidate for the Commons at. West Middlesex convouiion here todav. soon. i been extinguished almost as soon as Bishop Van Orman of Tabor, was the alarm was sent in. in the city today. Tie reports the j Miss McDowell, demonstrator for crops in that district splendid. j the Royal Worcester Corsets, will be ly all tl.e grain has been rut and j at the Hudson Bay Store, on Wednes. shipments are already being made. day and Thursday, 26th and 27th. pn-dicts that the acreage In lint j hdies are cordially invit.'d tj at. IU district next rear will be more than doubled. The Bishop says that most j of the grain raised this year was I spritip grain. I What ha'.n resulted in a be-1 I rious (ire was narrowly averted south of f'ualdale yeslerduy. Mr. Mcf.ir-nn ;had early in the day burned a lire guard which broke out af- terward. The hay on Ji.-arly ;i sec- tion was burned and Mr. Mcfllenn's stacks and buildings saved wit.h dif- ficulty. A. L. Foster found It lessary to back tire the whole length of his farm as the fire reached the corner of his wheat farm where n threshing gang were at work. Miss McDowell, demonstrator tend the Corset Demonstration. Market Master Frank is taking driving trips round to the various growers of produce near Leth bridge. The object is to talk ihc market, and got in touch with the mo.n to whom such an institution will bo a great boon. Mr. Wrxd'ding- ton reports that the idea has Iron received with much favor and he feels sure that when he has made a more extensive tour he will have obtained promises of enough stuff to be sent in which will set things go- ing with a swing. There is no doubt j n i the scheme wants explaining an.l i this ran bo best done by'a personal for I interview. One or two odd lots of THREATENING LETTERS Springfield, Ills., Aug. ployt-rs of iK-gro hibor in Springfield are threatened by a flood of anonyinou.s letters which have been in volume daily since the racr- riots. For the first few daj's it was thought the.-letters were the work of hoys or irresponsible indi- viduals hut yesterday the condition fit tht- affair was such as to justify an by Governor Dr. nc-en. A delegation of negroes vis_ itcil tlu; governor and promised to cn_operate with the law abiding whit- in the letters. POX IN NORWAY Christiana, Aug. th-. schools in this city have been closed owing to a serious outbreak of .smallpox. BLACK SPRING VALLEY i Black Spring Valley, Aug. j Burns boys are all done harvo.st.ing, land are building grnineries to hold their big crop. Oar! Peterson and the Misses'Hilma Peterson ami Olga Brandvold passed by on the car Sanby. will leave Saturday for the States. v entertained nn Friday in honor of her daughter. Those present were Mesdames Cireen, Braml- and Joe Williams 3alll'y, Oicson. Curry. Peterson and Mrs. Ira Burns. Mrs. W. H. Burns went to Ix_'th- way to the vat this morning to see (bridge on Monday accompanied by the ranchers dip their cuttle. A PEACE CENTENARY Windsor, Aug. while here today suggested a peace centenary here in 1014. "It is a grat- ifying thing to know that for nearly a hundred yeacs we have had an un- protected frontier of 3.000 miles and there ha.s been no war IK Mrs. Sanby arid .Mrs. Ira Burns visited at Robt. Burns' on Saturday ami at Mrs. II. Hums" on Sunday. Mrs. U. Bums. Charley Burns returned home from town Tuesday, very much improved but still rather weak. Ira arid Leon Burns went to Clares Mr. Houde and da lighter. Airs. Os- holm on Tuesday. 3 worse no Paper bra ml will iii you satisfaction TRY IT thc Royal Worcester Corsets, wiil be i produce have beer, received nntf >J at the Hudson Store, on Wednts. j has "placed" them cay and Thursday. 26th and 27th. Ai; iadies are cordially invit.d tD at. tend the Demonstration. in "iirh for the vendor. Tn a few weeks time thorn is little doubt, hut the nmrkft will be well supplied. Lumber Co, ltd, Phones 23 nnrl School Books and Supplies our linos of Scribblers and Pencils T. L Johnston Druggist For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Loth bridge Properties Rooms 1 and 2 Svuthard Block ALTA. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS His flrare Archhishop Matheson of Ruperts arrived in Winnipeg .rom London. he had been at- Icndinp the Pan Anglican conference. Mrs. W. Montroy, of Snsk.. fatnl wounds in a nm away nroidrnt. Sliaw was found dead in his I room in the Central hotel nt Kenora failure caused his death. I (Continued from Front Page.) The old .hose waggon will be prop- erly equipped for use by hand nml will take the place of the heavy hand reel in the North Wn.nl fire hall. Orders for feet of unlinctl fire hose will be placed after the agent procures tenders for the same. An Application for work in the el- ectrical department was received from A. C'. Heid of Moose Jaw. He will be informed that there are no openings at present but that his ap- plication will be kept in mind. Chief Fowler was granted a leave of absence to attend the firemen's convention. The fire horses will be insured in the British American T.ive Stock As- sociation. The committee recommended that thr- time is. ripe for the appointment of a paid Chief to take office on the completion of the new fire hall ati that the position offered to the i present chief. The recommendation i was adopted. j j On the completion of the new fire j hall Mr. Flectwood will transferr- i The American newspaper and to the Fire and Light pay roll to j azine editors who are touring theicomp1c1c lho nj-r i LOST i T.ost between Lethbridge and Dia. j mond City Saturday, a ladyV. crav. j onetto rnin coat. Finder plt-aso leave country- nndor the auspices of Tana- plcment. da th.- Winnipeg Magazine. j spent yesterday at Medicine i Toronto council has voted in j favor of annexation with the city of I Toronto. Provincial PonstnlVIr Jon TTonclon jr.. nnd Bruce Bnrrcll were drowned j by the upsetting of a sail boat or. Lake Winnipeg. The body of Miss Edith Tum-vok. remnininp victim of the triple Isocd winter wheat on our ranch drowning arrident at 1 was recovered today. at Heraui Box 216.61 Fifty Dollars for Fifty Cents .DtTiir Mudani- ls a rfff" Well, just try the goods, observe the results ami decide Ihe question for yourself. I[ your piano lias a blue, smoky look, awl if Liquid Veneer instantly and permanently removes it, thus saving the expense of sending the iustrunu-nt to the factory for rdntishhig if yo.ir i-ictiireframis, chandeliers, gas fixtures and brass bedsteads can all be made to look likt; new by simply wiping the surfaces with a cloth moistened in Liquid Veneer, thus saving the tremendous expense of re-finishing everything, as-well as the annoying presence of varnishers and the nuisance of brushes, paint pots, sticky surfaces and varnish smells, all -without the loss of the use of your rooms for a moment, don't yon think that WANTED Two men with teams and drills to Reach norlh of Chin' Tho Southard Slock. W- Kerr Co- 214.2 you use it as directed y6u are sure to be delighted jnrith the results. Yours very truly, BUFFALO SPECIALTY COMPANY C. W. GRAY Lethbridge ;