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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE MOTEL Ncv and Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION TKe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Ilii ti li tli MUII HM BUY Normal Shells and Have the Best The Kiel Hardware Co. P.O. BOX PHONE 62 t ROBT. SERVICE'S fr 5 J J New Book of Poems J t I Ballads of a 1 Cheechaka" j 2 I Both Editions t ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Phon-j 25! f New Whitney Block m g 2 Our Invoices For This Month Show that we have" taken into stock many new and up-to-date drugs and Pharmaceuticals. They show goods bought from all over the manufactur- ing world. This is a proof the buying public appre- ciate our endeavors to get _ just what they want. The physician recognises that this store will search for any little known and rare drugs to fill the hard to get filled prescription. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. Also Branch in North Ward The Store of Quality Preserving Plumi Peaches and Pears Arriving Daily PHONE 21 CO. THE WEATHER. Calgary, fair 78 44 .00 Lethbridge, clear .83.- 60 .00 Fine weather has been general throughout the prairie provinces with, cool conditions in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan. The lowest temperatur- es were at Yorkton, Pipestone and Birtle, where the frost line was nearly reached. Forecast Fine today and on Tuesday with higher temperature. NEW ARRIVALS Sweet Potatoes, Ripe Toma- toes, Blackberries, Sweet Corn, and all kinds of Fruit and 1 Vegetables THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS-GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Every Pair Made to Wear.'-' Guaranteed Solid Leather Stock, and manufactured by Experts in Heavy Footwear. Your next pair should be WILLIAMS THE FOOT TOGGERY SOLE AGENTS FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. TO house, Ford Street, close in, per month, Stafford's Ranch, containing 9-roomed house, stab- ling for 16 head of cattle. 160 Only 1 mile from town. Would lease to responsible parties The H. Macbeth Agency GRAIN your warehouse, elevator and track license bonds from the Employers' Liability STAFFORD BLOCK I PHONE 297 CITY AND DISTRICT The general committee of the Hos- pital Sunday fund meets at the Bar- Jracks tomorrow (jpuesdjay) at 8 o'clock. Delegates from all" so- cieties are expected to be present. Don't miss the carnival o' moving pictures at the Lyceum Tent tonight. of beautiful pictures, an assortment sure to please everybody.- A. M. Kanton, of Winnipeg, manag- ing- director of the Alberta, Hail-way and Irrigation Co., is in. the city on FOR SALE New House in Duff Addition Will handle; balance in monthly payments of L TELEPHONE 294 Oice, IWffl 8 jUcdonald Block CITY AND DISTRICT Nelson and (row's store is a, busy place today. Many people are. show- ing their good judgment by getting business connected with the company at the nrst of this big sale. He and P. L. STaismithi thfl gcaeral I Messrs Lawrence and Andrew manager, went south today, i smith Clarence Rogers returned Arthur Mitchell, one of the popular from.their duck shooting trip .yester- clerks at the Alberta Drug Go's dav and report a very week Are tbe candies to get when you are''chocolate hungry." There is real delightful satisfaction in District Court will be in session on every piece in every box. j Wednesday. O I Hiss J. C. Mackay spent the week Purity in the manufacture and freshness in the sell- CITY AND DISTRICT jend with friends in Macleod. Yesterdaj' a daughter 'was born to v Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Kromng. mcr mean that our candies _ v A Foster commenced thresfcunfr are always good. Jon Saturday. His wheat is well fill- ed out and is a good sample. Auction Sale at 54 Argyle Ave. to- morrow at 2 o'clock. Frank G. Wad- dington, auctioneer. j S. Jones Sr. received from A. T. I Wing, of G-uelph, Ont., a very fine A t T jpen, four pullets and a cockerel, of I Black Wyandottes. Settlement in the Lethbridge dis- jtrict. stilt goes on. A carload of set- i tiers' effects arrived dcs- [tined for the south country. j Husehold furniture and effects, the property of Mr. Judson, 54 Argyle Avenue, are being sold by public auc- tion tomorrow at 2 o'clock. Frank For a first-Class job in G- Waddington is the auctioneer. ReV- G" Fortune, of Red I Deer, secretary of the Alberta Tern- Prescription Specialists i i. B. HPLH, Mgr. O lies' or Crents' Clothes call at perance and Moral Reform League, TUIT rvrv nvp was in the city a few hours on Sat" 1 HE. I U I C. W i urday on his way to Pincher Creek. Phone 353 Entire change of program tonight at the and Wilson in a big musical act; the Thatens in Dutch Servants." Everybody i laughs tonight. Get the Eureka hab- DID IT EVER OCCUR TO That perhaps you are making a mis- take by not getting our prices before buying lumber, sash, doors, lime, ce- ment, plaster etc., somewhere You are old enough to know there's a mighty lot of difference in the qual- ity of every one of these articles, just the same as there is in tea and cof- fee. And.that there's always more or lees difference in the prices, too. Then, as you can always get the rmost and best at the lowest prices, why aren't you making a mis- take by not buying he.e. where we sit, it looks were passing- up ;i good thing. LtimberComp Phones 23, 123 and 321 store, has been operated upoa for He is now doing well at the residence of "Mrs. Mcholsoh. near the Athletic park. Red Deer has appointed the mayor, Councillors T-allman, H. H. G-aetz, T. A. aaetz and Pidgeon." E. Michoier. Jl.P-P., and F. W. (Jalbraitfc afl dele- gates to tie municipal convention at Lethbridge, October .8 and 9. Owing to the large number of lots at the Judson sale tomorrow the auc- tioneer respectfully requests a prompt attendance. The sale is timed to commence at 2 prompt. Edmonton Bulletin Miss Violet Worsley, Captain Worsley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell left for Lebh- bridcje on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Worsley has not been so -well" lately, and it is hoped the change "may be of benefit to her health. An incident that almost was at- tended with tragic results occurred this morning at tbe home of Mr- King-, a short distance from town. ilr. King was cleaning his gun when suddenly it was discharged. Mrs. King- who was standing near was hit by several of the shots but not seri- ously injured, charge barely iiiisslng- her body. Saturday afternoon the last river, pier of the C. P. over the Old Man river was finished. This completes all the masonry .to be done on the Lethbridge-Macleod line.; The steel on the Old Man bridge is about half up and is being rapidly put up. The line will assuredly be open for traffic fall. Judge Hagell, of Cardston, .brother of Hag-ell, proprietor of -the Leth.- bridge I Mt The Best Yet AN ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED FOUNTA5N J !4k NIB. For With each pen we issue an: ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY FOR In the Imperial Guarantee and fc Accident Insurance Company of Canada. I J. J. Johnston Chcrnist and SOUTH AFRICAN WATER BAG The South African Water Bag, keeps water cool 48 hours or longer; In sun or shade; no Ice. Light and. conven- ient to carry. Can be hung or placed anywhere as long as It Is exposed to the air. The finest thing to take when you go shooting or when out threshing- Satisfaction guar- anteed or money back. .50 each Stafford Agnew Co. is in town with his family. He- is taJting- _.. a .trip to coast, stopp-ing- off at Lethbridge to visit his brother. Ben James brought in remarkably fine sample of oats last week t to the publicity butt-ding. .The sample is a. couple of sheaves from the binder and as pretty looking 'grain as if they had been carefully selected stalks. There will be a team match, tween local tennis players and Taber on Saturday. ..The names of the team will, appear later. there will be a tournament of mixed doubles Gentlemen wishing: to play will select their partners and hand in their names to the secretary as soon as possible. The Cranbrook Herald says Harry the "well known conductor, left today with his family for Medicine Hat, where -they will reside in future. Mr. Fettit will have charge of a run between Medicine Hat and Macleod, and will be sadly missed from Cranbrook. Mr. Pettlt is one of the pioneer conductors of the Crow, and has many friends in Cranbrook and all along the line. Joe Petronia, who was arrested at Coaldale last week fot getting goods under false pretences, was tried before Magistrate this morniagr. He was allowed out on suspended sentence having 'secured two bonds- men who will forfeit apiece it Joe falls from again, in' tlie coming' year. Daxid 3Iarlow, D and D. go-t S3 and costs a number of wages cases occupied the attention of court most of the The Nanton News says W. H. Bd- worthv, of Lethbridge, representing the Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., of that city, is here to build another elevator, the raaterial for wiiich is now being unloaded. This will make five elevators for this point. The new; elevator will have a capacity of near- ly 60.000 bushels, and will -be rushed to completion in time to handle this year's crop. '_ Drama, comedy, scenic productions, an abundance of beautiful pictures guaranteed to please the most skep- tical. Prices I0-20cts. W. A. Buchanan atrd W. Jordan will spend this week in Winnipeg' making- purchases of type and tm- esc m Bundle r Forks Ea. O m m r r Ea. We have juat unpacked an. entirely Dew stock of these goods, including--' 3-ply "Lion" Belting in H, aiid 6in. widths Sin. 5-ply Lion "Endless Thresher Belts Tank Pumps Grease Cups 'Oilers Suction Hose Pemberthy Guage Glasses etc. etc. We ship to out-of-town daily The McKeown Wholesale and Ketail Hardware Ltd, Cof. Round and Dufferin Streets Hayr Bros, j Phone 75 Box 27 A Fine Quarter of Irrigated Land, close to Leth- bridge, per acre. Very easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION POTATOES FOR on three.lots. Buyer to dig and cart away. What offers.. Apply E. Faunch, c-o Herald. NOTICE Persons having accounts against the Alberta Sheep Gcy... Limited, will send them in -at once as this company has sold out. Address J. W. Baw- den, Secy.-Treas.., Alberta Sheep Coy., Limited. 220-4 bracelet in Eureka theatre last Saturday morning. Own- er can have same by paying for this ad. 220-0 once, a first class tin- smith. Apply J. H. Eieve, 'Hacleod, Alta. 220-6 TO furnished room, siuitable for two 'gentlemen.. 424 Smith St., close in. 220-6 young lady, furnish- ed room, in modern home. Apply Box V., Herald office. 220-0 FOR fresh milch cow ind calf. Price Apply D.J. Whitney's farm 2 1-2 miles from city 220-3 woman to do general nousework. Good wages paid. Apply 1007; Kedpath St. 220-0 the Herald's new office now under construction on Crabb street. The aims to have the best eciuip- pod newspaper at J job office in Al- berta in its new quarters. The in- crease in the of the daily and weekly editions of the paper warrant the purchase of more type- sotting machines a modem news- paper press. vttion of Sapho at Lyctum of "If you live out of town, write us." btautifully colored film. Pricw I0-20c. Shells that BRING DOWN THE BIRDS are manufactured by a few firms. give as much A attention to the loading of the proved machinery to be installed m' r n ,-1 j j __ .shells as the matter demands. We carry a. line of the best PAPER AND METALLIC SHELLS 2 lots facing South on Reid Street, each, half cash, balance per month. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 Southern fllberta loan Investmt CD, GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. Manag< i Thompson Block. Calgary Bryan Block, Lethbridf? All Property Listed at Both Offices Building C Crabb Street, each I London Road, each R LOtS Riverview, each J1 Offices To Rent in Bryan Block MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE Two good acres close in, and well located for sub- dividing Phone 396 P. 0, Box 254 THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Bryan Block, Lethbridge {Good Houses on Easy Terms Money To Loan Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Bos 679 for shot .guns and rifles of every bore black and smoke- less powder shells In stock. Ibelethbrllge Sporting Goods Co. The only store in Lethbridge _ that handles sporting goods x exclusively Much Breaking In This District (Continued from First Page.) about a hundred acres in crop next year. This will be four times this vear's On Thursday Chas, Dowler was working at the bottom of his sixty foot well. He had put a charge of dynamite in the rock at the bottom. He had to light several matches be- fore he could ignite the oil-soaked rag at th eendjof fuse. At last he got it to burnt and ;the dynamite explod- ed after he was safely hauled to the top. Later he and found that the charge had broken through the layer of rock which was only about eighteen inches thick. But while loading the broken rock into the bucket he found the foul air mak- ing him dizzy. .He gave the signal and he was hoisted to the top by his companion. Mr. Dowler still felt the effects "of the foul air for some hours afterwards. Swan tNelson who lives about five miles from Winnifred has ten acres of crop. His wheat will go probably about "forty bushels to the acre and his., oats fifty bushels to the acre. His wheat is stacked but his oats were sown late. He has a Peerless incu- bater which '.hatched 92 chickens from 120 eggs and nearly all his chickens are living. Another One: 21 lots McKillop St., close in; each; easy terms; make your choice, W. R. Dobbin P h o ne 1 2-2 ;