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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE. STAY >vj- Shwtin j IpactosMftf If so, be to oaB aad btiy rar A EKMB THE HICK Hardware Co. haw a complete line GUNS Normal and Kynoch Shells We Sen for Cash PtoM 62 P.O. Box 670 Duck Barters Who take with Thermos Bottles eujoy a comfort never before dreamed of. Fill with hot tea, coffee or anj liquid, aad it will remain hot at least 24 hoars. Or if cold are required, it will keep them ice-cold for 72 hours. Please call and see them, also obtain oar best prior s. MtMMttjMMMMM TW correct Styles NOTXPAPCRajU ENVELOPES our emboaaed Stationery ia the same price M the plain. The Store of Qvtbty Oar leaae expired id Wove September 1st Owing to ournewatorenot being completed, we will to the On AND DISTRICT Perfection in Prescriptions Oiir ever ftrowicg preacrip- fiifooght thw department of bur store to the point of perfection. Ko one prescrip- ttoM our' itore but a liceaaed pharmacist of kmg We believe our ayatem of dispensing, and safe- guarding prescriptions, and avoiding errors in dis- the mostperfect L .it ia to devise. Physicians appreciate and.' feel confident that we give their patients i exactly what the preserip- tioo calls for. i irilntGo. Prescription Specialists f i i. win, IT. On Bound Street, doors sooth of the Herald Office., Ourinteotiooaare to handle Fresb Fmits, and aaaaual. Hoping to our craatomefs aa good satisfaction as before PHONE 21 B itlliTI I H. Vs9 ______ t II lafll I'MsVI SOVEREIGN BRAND CLOTMNC by Canada's foremost' Clothing House who for fifty the highest reputation from Atlantic to for the rnanataeaure of Men's and Clothing. We introduce the new styles We buy our materials in the beat markets We use the moat improved methods We furnish a better gaxmeat at the. lowest price A4 fa a THE FOOT TOGGERY MANUFACTURING BYTHEBOX f fri.Jl.75 Try a sf Clear Harasas, I R. W. Wallace TW Sawker's Beadqaarters "Extra special tonight at the Bijou. -The new for the-fire-nail vill be. opened this afternoon. D. has gone to spend a hoi iday at the Waterton T. A. Corfield, chief clerklfor Road master Olson, is on a business trip to "the Hat. The'' great 'dramatic love stor> Othello, written; by Shakespeare, pro tiuced at the Bijou tonight. Messrs. Bannersnan and Cope ar expected to arrive In "tne ewr night with a big string- of ducks. The wedding or Fred Whitaker, o Calgary, aid ID'ss Margaret Jane Fox, or Xanton, was celebrated o; Wednesday. -It is understood that B. F. -Keillo principal of Raymond public-rschoo wilL take up the study of Toronto this "fall. The scene entitled Kidnapped by i Gipsies is something grand, showing. the-heroic rescue by a) little girt'at he Bijou tonight. -Itoadmaster Olson still, .has emplov a number of- arge gang are at work ballasting east 01 Grassy Lake. J. R. Anderson of Lethbridge, is spending a week's -'vacation at High liver. His favorite .Teridezvous is at Lhe Big Lake, where he. is securing large bags of River Times. Mr. B. F. Keillor our retiring lic school principal has just finished harvesting a forty acre field which yielded forty-five bushels of Alberta Red wheat to the Rustler. The topic at -Wesley Church tomor- row morning will be "The value o close communion with God." and the evening subject "The condition o true greatness." Strangers we! come. Sittings free. While at work on the Bryan Block this morning Pat Gourlay was struck by a. falling scantling and nasty cut on the forehead. He was taken to Dr. Gregg's offlce ai resume work: on Monday. Mr. George G. Blake, of High Ri ver, has recently4purchased-the Shir hcrse known "as' Irwin, No. 23388 foaled in 1904-: 'This animal carried ail before him'-at the recent show m River Times. Work on the new Central School is held up indefinitely giving to lack of brick. The company at CaJgiry guaranteed two car loads on te'n days' notice until the work was com- pleted but the agreement is it all being fulfilled. Miss Margaret M. Frascr, A.T.C. M., of the Toronto Conservatory of Music, is the guest of Mrs. H. E. THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy .22 44 cloudy .......06 67 44 Winnipeg, cloudy .....v 70 53 ethbridge. cloudy '08 69 45 egina.' fair 72 42 rains today and on Sunday but partly fair and cool. MTV ice at fchurch tomorrow evening will be conducted by pastor. Everybody welcome. A number of young people drove out to a dance at T. ilcCarty's last oiffct and 'spent an cujoyable even- ing-: John, Tierney from Hockham, South Dakota, in 'the city. He is well pleased with-what he has seen of this district.. Good fanning will brine great results. In the twenty yeaiVKe baa been in South Dakota wieat never yielded more than 18 to the acre. 15 bushels tq the acre i8 considered a FIRE W THE HOLD OF A BIG STEAMER the city for Tnc WILLJAJVIS SHO A Working Shoe, from "every pair made NELSON GOW 2t Lota oa each toae fime ALBERT E.IVES ta 2, ttw hct PHONC MM The Salvation Army are ptetenick- ing at the River Bottom today. Mrs. A.. Olson returned last_ night from a two "months visit in Dakota. The first sod for the new Oddfel-' low's "Block on Round St. was turn- ed this morning. The first green corn to be brought in this season is said to have been brought in by R. Tiffin yesterday. 'R. P. Buchanan, of the G. D. Wood Co., Winnipeg, is the guest of his brother .W. A- -Buchanan for a iew days. The foundation for the The fire brigade were called )out to a blaze near the electric light plant this morning. A stable owned by was set on fire pre-' sumably by, the yard engine, and burned. 'About a dozen firemen promptly appeared" on, the scene Some, delay was occasioned by Mr. Bailey not knowing how to ring ,the alarm. should post them- selves as" to how this is done in or- der, that the brigade may have every opportunity of checking a fire at the New York, Auf. SW.--Deep down in the hold of the White liner, Baltic, the crew and strug- gled with a stubborn fire all last night today were compel- led to call upon the 2re department for assistance. Two fire and several engines were summoned to the steamer's dock at the foot of Bank St., North Biver, and after a hard fight the fire was extinguished, al. though one engine was, the pier iu-case the flameV should out again. SAILORS HAD TO COAL Sydney, Aug. lumpers' has refused to permit its mem- bers to coal the American ship, Re- lief, pn the Aground that the battle- ships American fleet were coal- ed by its own men. American sail- ors are now coaling the Belief. ELLISON MLUNG ELEVATOR CO. LTP. OUR BEST FLOUR hr tat itf Mrj This bus been acknowledged to be one-of the milled in Woatern Be tans ami atk your dealer for ELLISON FLOUR And nee you it. Dealers! sre then We only ack one trial and of yoar trade See that you are getting the Flour yoar Customers are for ,_ LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND ASP G. W. GREEN, Maimger start. r The council the Board of Trade are holding a meeting at 12.15 day to arrange for the reception of the members of the National Editor- ial Association of the .United States, who will arrive1 here at 2.45 on Mori- ing Co.'s new elevator at Stirling 1 day. They will leave at flve o'clock is completed and the work is being ushed forward. "Work oh the Cora.- an3T's elevator at' Taber will start n Xpnday. The machinery for both FOWLER'S OPPONENT Sussex, B., H. B. McAllister was at the Liberal convention to oppose George W. Fowler, M. P. The. cold wind blowing last .aight id not prevent a-large crowd tjiking Band open air, con- cert% ,The band (21 pieces) put 'up a good programme, and pa- raded to ;the 'Bijou, and at ation Manager .S.teyens wttwMfc'd good show. Mr. Trotter of Trotter Bros., horse men of Brandon, is in the. city this week, delivering horses to railway construction contractors. Mr. Trot- ter drove out to D. J. Whitney's farm and could scarcely believe. his eyes. He says the Brandon people are not aware that such a garden could be seen here. The Okotoks Review savs: Rev. Mr. on Tuesday.1 They will probably be the -Farm and to Sugar JFactory at Raymond. E. A. Cunningham is acting for the AXdl for" ..-..the. Board of in planning and car- rying out the, arrangements for the reception. C.N.R. SPREADS OUT- Toronto. Aug. prominent officials of the Canadian Northern Railway that company will build a line from Toronto; to Buffalo a distance of .100! miles before the first of the new year: TIPS TOO SMALL Buffalo, N. Y.r ten waiters of the steamship Northland who were arrested on the arrival here of the steamer from.1 Chicago: s'evera days ago and charged Cobb. who has been pastor of the 1 because of their refusal to serve the Church of Christ here for Jttvree j passengers owing to the lightness of THE GRAIN MARKET The local grain market for today tands as follows: Red We do nothing else but CLEAN aid PRESS CLOTHES. and we do that welt; Clothes don't make the but they make all but his hands face dnfing business hours. CONTRACTS MADE THE MONTH MARK JOHNSTON Bttd AM m (Ms CaU far Ddmrri No. 77 2 No. 3 T Turkey No.'l No. 5 78 No. 3 69 74 75 CAHOI DATE RETI.RES I Whiteshead nominated by the Lih.i turned to Boissevairi. arals some as candidate for the Commons has been compelled to retire owing to ill health. No. 1 70 No. 2 67 No. 3 64 40 GIRL DROWNED HERSELF Grand Ont., Aug. cause' she could not become a -daughter of Benjamin Jer- motre, drowned herself in the river. months, has tendered his resignation and has taken over the business of Mr. JLouis Brisette. Mr. Cobb soys his main, reason for the step is that he is not'willing to to bring up his children and educate them on the salary, that he has been receiving. The second -of the special series of sermons to young men will be preach ed. in the Baptist Church tomorrow evening at 7.30 by the pastor, Rev. William Reid. Subject "Lives of great men." The other services will be held at the usual hours 11 a. in. and 3 p. m. All-, strangers and vis- itors are invited to attend these ser- vices. The yield of wheat, in most places is enormous, GO bushels of wheat straight through Ixnng common. Threshing is well started and nearly all of the grain is cut. Help seems The beets the tips were today after before a TJ. S. Conimis- a hearing sioner. FIVE MEN KILLED Wilkensbarren, Pa., Aug: j men were killed and six seriously jured at the Wardier Run Colliery in the Lehigh Valley .Coal Co.'s mine six miles from this ,city yesttrday. The men were being hoisted up a when a runaway mine car struck a train oi nine cars on which twenty men, who were employed in the mine, were riding. Only six-of them es- caped injury. j to be plentiful everywhere. Burgess. 350 Kllice avenue, on her are coming along fine and the longer way to Lethbridge, Alta., where she j tncy are able to let grow the better it is. They will go very heavy to i has accepted a position as instructor1 in piano playing ana' harmony in the the acre this Rust- Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is worse no Paper brand will give yon satisfaction TRY IT THE LITTLE BEAR Editor of the Herald: is a fable of "The Lit- tle Bear." Once upon a time there was a Bear He was not a Big in mind or Ijody. but a.mean, scrubby, mangy little Bear. Xow this Bear, conservatory .-Winnipeg Free j ,er. although very small in every- way Mr. Fred Ford, formerly managers a number of citizens were at- j was very, very vain although-others of the Western Stationery Co., Leth- Ducted to the river har.k on Mcndsy 1 couirl not bridge, was in town on Tuesday mor- j evening by the arrival of a boat nins and left on the afternoon train, j which Messrs. C. V. MacdonaUl. Tt is likely that Mr. Forrl may be-1 E. Hippy, W. S. Kidney and come interested in business here. He j ROss psiddled down the river from i him ns he mmle it. uncomfortable fin- is one of the best newspaper and sta-j Calpary to Medicine Hat. Tne craft in his den or those who ever tionery men in the Dominion of Ca-! was flat bottomed and fashioned in j anythinc: to do with him. Tor this luula and has haa a thorough train-1 the order of a punt. It was eighteen reason everyone disliked him and jinp in cities of the East and West, j feet over all with four foot beam'; gave him a wide berth. This Raymond would indeed lucky in proved most roomy ami com-! like some his own worst hi? presence fortable f see what hu had to 1M in jVrourt of. In addition, to his vanity H. j he had a very ugly temper, so bad W. j in fact that no one could live with SAW TOOK ARM OFF Francis, Ont.3 "Aug._ Murchie, an employee. 6f Fort Fran- cis Euanber company in some man-; 'ner -fell forward on a saw severing an arm from the .-.body at the shoul- der. His condition is critical! NOTICE OF REMOVAL The Misses Delany and costumeri of Crabb street, to- announce to, their.numerous tomers and to the public generally that they have_ from the above address to 'Coiitts' "ofi: Courtland St., and in thanking for past favors, hope for a oontiiml ance of game. Phone 258. LI BERALS SELECT .CANDI DATE- Almonte, Ont., Aug. B. M. P. :has 'been renomin. ated for the Commons, by North Len_ ark--Liberals. WEST ELGIN NOMINEE St. Tho'mas, On'CrAug. Eifcin- Qrothers, K. C., for the' Com'J _ HIGH Talgary, Aug. River, la- crosse team, defeated. Ked Deer for the intermediate championship oj Alberta and possession of the Mosely trophy, by U to 1. Real Estate acres with house buildings 1_2 mile from North Ward School.. 2-iot-2S: ft. 125 ;jt.y: with NO APPOINTMENTS MADE Ottawa, Aug.- was a lengthy meeting of. the Cabinet to- day at'which a large amount of bus- iness was transacted, though none of the pending appoihntmets for the -c.lv. il service commission, the railway commission or "the governorships of Ontario or Quebec were put through. This was due to the fact that there were a number of members absent. Inter Co. IU. nmnd Paistler. Hat Times. Phones 23 and 123 Track School Books and Supplies our new Scribblers and Pencils J. J. Johnston --QUALITY JARTERS- For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Propertier I mi fed LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. the l enemy, and. instead of bclnsj kistd and drawincr others to him. drove them all away by Ms surliness snd Jill temper. Then the Boar began to find that DID XOT PAY TO BE CROSS. CRANKY, ANT) MEAN; but I instead of doing hotter, he found fault with his neighbors, and, like a Bear with a sore wont up and down the woods telling how badly hc was r.f course, to makn himself a MARTYR. But the other' creatures of the j woods whom he had snarled at. bit- ten and driven out of-his den in-his nnprry fits only smiled that he should think himself so sage and others so simple. Moral. The illtempcred and envious are their own wom% their neighbors. Yours, AESOP. CARLOAD Preserving Peaches, Plnms and Pears expected next TUESDAY, Septem- ber 1st Everything is gnaranteed first-class and prices the lowest Leare your orders now and get the best Preserving Emit obtainable THE GOOD CO. Phone It. SENSATION AT HAMILTON Hamilton. Ont., Aug. 28. Constable Barron was shot near, the jhome of J. Bidwell Mills in 1903 and (the police have maintained that it was the _work of burglars. Mills aused a sensation today by announc. ng that unless the. police took im- mediate action In the case he would .ay informairoii against a who, he intimates is a man of prom. mencr. close to EI1L 25 pathj close, to.., I2MO Lots :Redpath St., with shack, near Lots on Wood St. Lots Comer, of Gutbill and Ihifferin, facing bar- racks, each All the above on EASY TERMS T.E. Patteson Room 7, Oliver Block MAIL BAGS OPENED Motreal, Aug. mail bags ripped open and Iho contents mis- sing were found near Montreal west today. A strike "picket found cheques to the value of one alone for and signed by Sir George, Drummond, and he immediately re- ported the find to the assistant post, master, L. J. Caboury. August 26 is the date borne by the latest cheque. L. M. JOMMSTONE Bcrmtcf and Offtce Union SODA WATER fountain.. Warranted to refresh weary, warm and thirstyl, and to- change blue views of life for rosy ones. Purest flavors, freshest, crushed? fruits, best quality phosphates, and" not.to.be.equailed cream Come in and let us brim the flowing bowl for else in town can yoa find its eqtjal. Why go thirsty when you can be cool and happy for the small sum of ten cents per glace. THE BEST IN TOWN anb: the coolest, most attractive spot our down.to-zero Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor ;