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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONEY TO LOAN e Doily Herald THt PLACE TO STAY mil iia I Grin' Shootin' If so, be to buy your and ftmmunitioii from THE HICK Hardware Co. Who have a complete line Q'UNS and Kynoch Shells BE PiSM tfltt We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 070 The correct Styles in NOTEPAPER and ENVELOPES Beineniber our embossed Stationery ia the same price as the plain. HlttlTSOII'S HUH STBIE 1st tar 1st if MM lot Phont 25 i Duck Hunters Who take with them one of our Thermos Bottles enjoy 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 cold fluids are required, it will keep them ice-cold for 72 hours. Please call and see them, alto obtain our best prices. Family mad Dispetutar CHeousts Resideat Night Clerk The Store of Quality Our lease having expired we are Compelled to Move oa September 1st Owing to our new store not beiug completed, we will remove to the Co Warehoute On Round Street, a'few doors south of the Herald Office. Our intentions are to handle Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries as usual. Hoping to give our customers as good satisfaction as before PHONE 21 URJWR CO. BARGAIN Si We all expect bargains at this season of the year, and these come early just when they are appreciated THE FOOT TOGGERY Controls the city for THE WILLIAMS SHOES A Working Man's Shoe, from .to aud "every pair made to wear." NELSON GGOW Men's Negligee Shirt Bargains 95c Big lot of Men's Negligee Shirts, and To clear nt..................... Perfection in Prescriptions Our ever growing prescrip- tion trade has brought this department of our store to the point of perfection. No one handles prescrip- tions at orn: store but a licensed pharmacist of long experience. We believe onr system of dispensing, and safe- guarding prescriptions, and avoiding errors in dis- the mostperfect it is possible to devise. Physicians appreciate this and feel confident that we give their patients exactly what the prescrip- tion calls for. i Ukerta Drag and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1.1, HFIET, Ngr.. LEHIHKE C1H AND D1STR1Q W. G. Stephen of FernieA is; assist- ing Architect F. B. P.olfson. Inspector West went to tbu detachment 'at Magrath this Tuornius? Chauge of programme tonight at the B jou. Also tin extra special at the same low price.. The Salvation Army's Sunday School picnic will be held at the Iti- ver Bottom tomorrow. itrs. Cyril Chivers oi .Winnipeg, is visiting her brother-in-law Rev. J. S. Chivers, at the Rectory. llistory will repeat itself tonight at the took place over one himdriKl years ago. The entire special program at _the Bijou tonight will be shown at the same low, popular price, JLO and 15 cents. John Brodie has secured the con- tract for the excavation work on the will THE WEATHER Calgary, cloudy.................. 70 45 Reguia, fine............... 04 41 Winnipeg, clear 68 "45 Lethbridge, clear .02 78 45 .fair and cool. Saskatchewan and Alberta, cool usid showery. Uaml Concert ou the square'tonight ut 8 o'clock by the Citizens' Bond. Mrs. Fraser and daughter of Cole- man are guests at the Dallas? One of the Chinese laundries on 13aroness Boad looks a little the worse for a slight bombardment last night. The Enterprise Xumber Co.'s ware- house is being- remodelled for G. Bradbeer Co., who will occupy it on Sept. 1st. The 0. W. Kerr Co. have over one hundred land seekers looking over lands in thia district. Three special Men's Light Wool Underwear To 1 Regular price, and per Suit. clear at per Suit...................... Men's Light Wool Underwear Regular Price per Suit. Suit...................... j Special Prices in Men's Shoes j- Buff Bals, regular prjge ?2, To I clear at Choice Intuit Lots oa Redpath Street, tome fine each ALBERT IVES Im 2, OJiier Had PHONE IMcKEUfiE ELLISON MILLING fe ELEVATOR CO. LTD. This has been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in. Western Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON And sec you get St. FLOUR We only ask one trial and we are then sure of your trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your-Customors are asking for, LETHBR1DGE, RAYMOND AND G. W. GREEN, Manager MAGRATE THE MEN'S WEAR MEN SOLE AGENTS FOR FIT REFORM CLOTHING at1 SLATER SHOES Two new moving picture theatres are to be started In the city. I CIGARS BY THE BOX kprtd froa op Dwestic Try a of Clear w new court house. Long Bros, supply the gravel. The Co., Ltd., have moved into the new Bowman block on Crabb St. The company handles sheet metal. Piche ilLron are extending "their store but to the street line and are also putting an addition at the rear. Win. Oliver has the contract. An expert, is demonstrating the ex- cellencies of the White Sewing Mach- ine at Turpin's Furniture. Store. Call and see machine will djj. Last evening Rev. Win. Reid united in marriage G-. B. Porter and iliss Al- ma Bratz. Rex Spencer acted as groomsman and Mrs. A. H. Packard as bridesmaid. Rev. J. 31. Harrison today receiv- ed a. basket of beautiful crab apples and a few plums from Medicine Hat. Mr. Harrison planted both trees in .the spring of JL904. P. J. Nolan, the celebrated Cal- gary lawyer, went to Cardston vhis morning Mrs. Vadnais who will answer to the charge of attempt ing to murder her husband. One of the finest programs ever shown is on at the Bijou tonight, coupled with an extra special, mak- ing each performance of one hour and fifteen minutes, duration. Don't miss it. Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. Dean of Vic- toria are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. Kirkham. Mr. Dean was recently aj> pointed inspector of schools for the Kootenays and assumes his duties next week. The Western R. W, Wallace UK Seeker's Headquarters Plumbing and Tin- Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is worse no Paper brand will give you satisfaction TRV IT Lmter Co, Ltl Phones 23 and 123 Yard forth of Track Dice RefctkSt.West smithing Co. have secured the con- tracts for the new roof on the hos- pital, the hot water heating in Dr. Mewburn's house and the heating and plumbing in David King's two new houses. F. D. Kerr. ol the iaw tinn oi Don Peck and Kerr, Poterboro. and son of the late Senator Kerr. of Cohourg, is the guest of A. chanan. Ke is on his way cant from an extended trip through the wost as far as the Pacific coast. He is great ly impressed with the wonderful de- velopment of the country. A. K Ives has returned from an week's outing at the erton Lakes. He caught a fish, which he says was two feet long. T.ols of others much larger got away just as he had them out of ihe water Anyway he says the Waterton can't be Iveate.n for natural beuutv good fishing. Ran ft isn't in it. cars are at present in the city. Rev. Mr. Fortune, of Calgary will the city this evening to organ- ize a branch of the Temperance and Moral Reform League of Alberta. The meeting will be held in Wesley Church. John Odiuark is claiming dam- ages against the owner of the red cow at present in pound. The ani- mal spent last night browsing off the trees in his lawn. People who fat- ten their cows at others" expeuse will-hereafter "pay for their whistles. iliss Margaret Crahan who has. been visiting her aunt Mrs. C. Eck- storm, will return to College at Seat tie next week. Miss Lucille Eckstorm will also resume her studies at Seat- tle next week. The town of Claresholm is consid- ering the adkisability of going Into the electri( light business, installing a new generating plant in connection with their waterworks system. Mc- Kenzie Roy have been appointed by the council as valuators of the existing stock and transmission lines of the old concern. Arrangements have been made to have Mr. White of New York, one of the chief promoters of the laymen's movement for missions and John R. Mott, of world wide fame in the stu dent volunteer movement visit the west .this fall. An effort is being made to secure a date for a. meeting in this city. The will he interested to know how much of the city's revenue- is derived from the license and po- lice departments. Chief GHlespie's report to the council last month -OUR- I GAR LOAD Of Preserving Peaches, Plums expected Septem- ber 1st Everything is- guaranteed first-class and prices the lowest Leave your orders now and get the best Preserving Fruit obtainable THE GOOD CO. Phone M. Four new rooms are.being fitted up above the station for the accommo- dation, of the C.P.R. and A. R. I. Co. officials. HAZELWOOD'S ICE CREAM This is the kind whero quality is assured Fresh Fruit Large or Small Quantities LOWEST PRICES Chow Sam-Co. McC-ruire's Old Stand 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. KIPLEY, Roc or 5, Whitney Bloclf I showed the Following receipts: lic- ense fees, fines pound making a total of Talk about "the heights by great men reached and kept not being at- tained by sudden flight." Gus Xci-j dig's experience last night overrides the poets' philosophy, fur he was in- itiated into and elected President of the Painters' Union in the space of one hour. Watrh Clns' smoke on I-abor Day. G. Bradbeer Co. will move to the Enterprise Lumber Co.'s ware- house, two doors south of the Herald office on Sept. 1st. They will locato in the new Stafford block as soon as j it is finished. In the meantime the public will be given perfect satisfac- tion and a complete stork will carried. This company are fast ing a reputation for prompt and courteous services and first class goods. f v- School Books and Supplies our new lines of Scribblers and Pencils J, Johnston Druggist For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties BUck LETHBRTDOE, ALTA. The New Dress Goods are Here Cheviots, Diagonals, Poplins, Herring-bone Stripes, Vene- tians, Broadcloths, Amazons and Fancy Tweeds The Newest Shadings Weaves At prices that cannot -be beaten by Eastern Stores New Coats, Suits and Skirts Some very smart styles shown for the Fall Sf-ason. Sec them. Yon'll say they are the nicest goods shown. And we don't ask fabulous prices either Why We Sell for Cash Wo do nothing else but CLEAN and PRESS CLOTHES, and we do that well. Clothes don't :make ihe' man but they make all but his hands and.face unring business.hours. CONTRACTS MADE BY THE MONTH MARK- JOHNSTON Bdund BaimraKHatei tan 275 UxU Cafle4 hr and Dtfrerd Real Estate Bargains Lots, corner oi Crabb imcl Courtland. A splen- did site .............S2IOO Lots on Ford St. war Westminster, stable at- tached Lots corner Fcrd and Ernest streets, one block east off Westminster, high clnss residential district, Lots (in London St. close to Burdett, encli Lots corner of Ashmead and London, 103 ft. x 125 ft., corner Lots in Block 2. corner Smith and Bruce, Riverviexv Addition All the above on EASY TERMS T. E. Patteson Room 7, Oliver Block Mr. and Mrs. K. X. Wakdy aro spending a couph- of months in On- tario. PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE A, Mocdonald Co. NOTICE OF REMOVAL Thf> Del any aiifi Crabb street, bog to announce to thrir nnnierons cus- and to, public generally that tlu-y liavi> rt-nioviHl above address to Coutts St., oft Conrthind St.. and in thanking them for past favors, hope for a continu- ance of samo. Phone 253. 217-6 Did a man ever say to YOU I am getting np a party for a shooting trip. YVill you join us? There ARE many things necessary to make it successful, and trustworthy gnn and re- liable ammunition are two of the most" important items. We are specialists in these lines, and if you buy your guns and ammu- nition from us you will not be called a >'hen you relate the-long shots you made with pur own special hand loaded shot shells, as it is well tnown they cannot be equalled for range patteni and penetration. Howard Case Co. GUNSMITHS LETIIBRIDGE, ALTA. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, 39-1 yr Are You Going Shooting This Season? i If so, don't fail to inspect our selected stock of Guns, Rifles, Coats, Vesta and Belts GUNS FROM to HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vrooraan Phone 75 ;