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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MOMCY TO LOAN A.ILI vui xffmnr Mia e THE PLACE TO STAY 'i i m am ora MMMMMMMMMM Coin' If ao.be MM to and buy your goM fcnd ammunition from THE HICK Hardware Co. i Who have a complete line Normal :f Snd Kynoch Shells {11 to We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 070 The correct Styles in NOTEPAPER and ENVELOPES Hemember our embossed Stationery is the same price as the plain. KUmSON'S Mi STDIE 1st hr M if MM Ink 251 Duck Hunters Who take with thorn oue ot our Thermos Bottles eujoy a comfort never before dreamed of. Fill with hot tea, coffee or any liquid, and it will remain hot at least 24 hours. Or if coVi fluids are required, it will keep them_ ice-cold for 72 hours. PlcuSw call and see them, also obtain our best pricf s. J.D, iigiatottiraSCfl.Lti. PawiJy and Dispensing; Chemists 49 Resident Night Clerk Perfection in Our ever growing prescrip- tion trade has brought this department of our store to the point of perfection. No one handles prescrip- tions at our store but a licensed pharmacist of long experience. We believe our system of dispensing, and safe- guarding prescriptions, and avoiding errors in dis- pensing, is the most perfect it is possible to devise. Physicians appreciate this and feel ccniident that we give their patients exactly what the preserip- tion calls for. llberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists r 1.1. HPLH, UTY AND DISTRICT Inspector Belcher, K.N.W.M.P., Phi- her Creek, is in the city. R. P. Wallace, barrister, Tuber, is a. ihr. city. The winter wheat, oh the Naismith j arm went -iG bushels to the L. Dore, Pincher Creek, was a vis- tor in the city yesterday. Miss Ethel McKay left this uioru- ig on a visit to Missoula, .Mont. G. JL. Fraser, Coleumn, is in the city. John Taylor of the Taylor Milling Co. went to Stirling this morning. A special car of O. W. Kerr Co. ex- 4 cursionists canie in lost night and went south to Warner this morning. N, E. Brcoks, C.P.R. District En- gineer, Calgary, is in the city. He is making an inspection of the brkljr- es. Andrew Miller, city editor of the Ottawa Free Press, spent last even- ing in the city, the guest of J. J ohnston, James Weir, Conservative organizer for Alberta and formerly publicity commissioner of Strathcona and Sas- katoon, is in the city. P. J. Stapleton, father of iliss Kate Stapleton, formerly bookkeeper for the Hudson Bay Co., in this city, died at Macleod on Sunday night. Chas. Mcigun, the genial manager of the Balmoral Hotel, has had his house painted and papered through- out If you want to laugh long and loud, come to the Bijou tonlglit. Fin- est of scenes and a beautiful song to entertain you with. Bev. Mr. Fortune of Calgary, .sec- retary of Temperance and Moral Reform League of Alberta will or- ganic a local branch of the league at Wesley church tomorrow evening. Jacob Sawchxick of kleptomaniac fame was recently liberated again. He began work for the city bat was by order of one of the aldermen dis- charged. Provincial License Inspector W. A. Deyl, of Edmonton, District Inspect ors Ilotchkiss, of Clareshoim, OUR LpASE HAVING EXPIRED WE ARE Compelled to Move ON SEPTEMBER 1 st Owing to our New Store not being com- pleted, we will remove to the Enterprise Lumber Co. THE FOOT TOGGERY Controli the city for THE WILLIAMS SHOES A Working Man's Shoe, from to urnl "every pair made to wear." NELSON GOW ALBERT IVES lorn 2 Oliver Block PHONE: ON ROUND STREET, TWO DOORS SOUTH OF THE HERALD OFFICE Our intentions are to handle Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries as usual. Hop- ing to give our customers as good satisfac- tion as before PHONE 21 G.Bradbeer Co. r A x- j-' ELLISON MILLING suit buyor. All the above an- on EASY TERMS. GRAHUM OLD TIMER Clothes Cleaned and Pressed Goods Called for and Deliverod MARK JOHNSTON Belind BabHral Hotel PkBK 275 Goods Citied for and Delivered WINNIPEG MARKETS 4 4 Lost week saw the farewell of Mr. Ellison as a storekeeper in Granum. Mr. Ellison was the first to erect a building in the old town of Leavings where he not only kept a general store but was .the first post master and land seekers at that time stopn- ed for information and were hosptt- I ably taken care "of. Ifanv were the i quaint stories told around the old box stove by the old cow punchers, now passed away. Winnipg, Man., Aug. held firm throughout todays market and the finish showed a strong ad- vance on yesterday's closing prices both on Winnipeg and American mar- kets. Winnipeg August closed 3-4 higher, opened at 111 and closed at 111 3-4. September option advanced 11 _4 closing at 97 L.4. October open- ed at yesterday's close at 94 3.4 and showed a 'steady closing 5-3 higher at S5. December advanced N 3.4 while May had a finish with a 1 lu- cent lead closing at, 99 1_2.. Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Hard No. 1 Northern .................1115-8 No. 2 Northern .................103J-4 No. 3 Northern................104 3-4 Oats- No. 2 White 11 'Rejected 3v Rf-jected N. ]24 110 T. E. Patteson Room 7, Oliver Block WANTED First cake bakr-r. X apply. Schweitzer Bros. I School Books and Supplies or.r new lines of Scribblers and Pencils J. Johnston other 2I8-O ji uace v Druggist t For Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Properties Rooms 1 Sort hard Block LETHl5KiDGE, ALTA. Our Car of Fruit has been delayed and wont be here before next week Do not purchase your Preserving Plnms or Pea- ches until our car arrives We guarantee Quality and price THE GOOD CO. Phone tt. The Quality Question in Groceries Our goods in this department are subjected to close are- the best Price is a con- sideration, a serious one, but it comes second to quality. -We handle a great many cars all in a retail way during the year, and are able to buy at close prices. Turning the goods over quickly ensures freshness. A carload of the cele- brated TETLEY'S TEAS has arrived. 1 Ib. Packets, 30c, 40c, 50c 3 Ib. Tins, 5 Ib. Tins, special ?ahe, 25 Ib. Caddys, Apples, Plums, Peaches, Pears for Preserving and General Use The Hudson Bay Co. ;