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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONEY TO LOAN TEe Uthbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Shootin' .Mr Sportsman? If so, be ture to call and buy your THE HICK Hardware Co. Who have a complete line GUNS Normal and Kynoeh Shells BIIIS FBHi to We Sell for Cash Phone 02 Box 670 Duck Hunters Who take with one ot our Thermos Bottles 1 The correct Styles in NOTEPAPER and ENVELOPES Remember oar embossed Stationery is the same price as the plain. ROBERTSON'S BOfll STORE 1st tor fet of MM Ink Phone 261 before dreamed of. Fill with hot tea, coffee or 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 nnd see them, also obtain our best prices. Fanriy and Dispensing- Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Don't think we are out of business because are not in the old You will find Us Enterprise Lumber Co. Warehouse Five doors south of the Herald Office, still ready 'to do business. PHON c. mm NEW COURT AT WETASKIWIN THE COURT HOUSE AT LETHBRlDGi WILL BE ALMOST A-DUPLI- CATE OF THIS BUILDING Medicines Preparing medicines from doctors7 prescriptions is not only our most import- ant work bat it is also the work we like best to do. We take a professional pride in this work and give it our unstinted endeavor. Will you trust your pre- scription in onr care? Drug and Book CD, Prescription Specialists I B. RiPLEY, Hgr. LETHBRIBGE CIGARS BY THE BOX Imported from up Domestic from Try a Boi of Clear Hayanas, R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters A big rush is expected at the land office tomorrow. The street graders are "making hay while the sun shines." The strikers have pickets on duty night and day at the local shops. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stanley return- ed to Calgary on the local today. llally Day will bo held in Wesley Church Sunday school next Sunday. A party of O.W. Kerr Co.'s land- seekers went to Nauton this morning. J.W. McNiehol returned this morn- ing from a three days' trip to Cran. brook. A. Thornton returned this morning from a two weeks' vacation at Win- nipeg. At midnight tonight the electric light plant passes into the possession of the city. The Citizens' Band will play on the square this evening at 8 o'clock in- stead of Friday. From ten to fifteen new men were brought in to the C. P. R. shops here this morning. Mr.S.Morris who has bseu visiting bis brother of this city returned to Medicine Hat this morning. B. H. Van Spaukeren, late of the city offices, has joined the staff "of the Western Stationery Company. Miss M. Leonard who has been .vis- iting in the city for the past two daj's returned to Medicine Hat this morning. Mr. J. Geo. Harper will visit Curl, ston on Wednesday of this week, 'or the purpose of forming classes in connection with the Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music. Miss Ursula Archer, A. R., A. M., arrived in the city last night, and will begin her duties as principal of the vocal department of the Con- servatory of Music tomorrow. Hyde and Saunders are handling the local agency of the Canada Car- riage Co. Samples of these excellent THE WEATHER 05 54 40 .32 5-t 42 ..15J 65 45 02 .V2 OS GO -18 .ij-t 54 Edmonton, fair Calgary, fair Lethbridge, clear Medicine Hat, cloudy JRegina, cloudy Winnipeg, ruining Bulletin From -Central: Office Rjiiu has fallen throughout Alberta Saskatchewan and ifaiiitobu. In the latter province the rain-has been'hea- vier and accompanied by thunder storms. Moderate temperatures have prevailed but in northern Alberta it has been very cool. winds, cool and clearing. Tuesday fair and cool. Thpmos Judsou, wife and family of Sask., has taUeu up his res idence in the city. Mr. .Tudson has i travelled all ovor the West and thinks Southern Alberta the garden of it all. F. If. Sherman, president ol the District Mine Workers iu the city on way from Tuber to Fernie. He has been at his lumiesU'ud recuperat- ing after the arduous labors -follow- ing'tho at Fernie. Mr. Sherman will-attend the meeting of the Trades and Labor Congress in Halifax and will' later address tho miners at various points in thut pro- vince. EXPENSIVE CHICKEN Davidson, .Susk., Aug. B. Boyd, the Saskatchewan and Man- itoba .company's .agent, was fined and costs by Justice Robertson this morning for, having prairie chicken in his possession, killed out of sea- son. THE FOOT TOGGERY Controls I lie city for HE SHOES A Working Mint's from to ami "uvM-y made lo NELSON GOW Choice Inside Lots on Redptth Street, some fine Corners, each ALBERT E. IVES tai 2, iiitr Kiel GREAT RUSH FOR LAND (Continued from Front such whose. entr> must be in good standing, notifies ii writing over his. own telegraph from a JSub Lund Agvut, th Agent of the Land Districf in whid his hoiia'-stead is 'situated, before September 1st that he desires to pre- empt an available quarter section ly- ing alongside his homestead, or sep- arated from it by only a road allow- ance, the Land Agent shall hold such quarter section reserved from home- stead entry, and for pre-emption en- try, only until the end of' September 1.5th, but i take care of baby. Sleep at Apply to Mrs. L. Wilson, cor. Glyn and Ford. 221.2 WANTED Wanted, for .immediate possession, Apply Box F.; 221-1 room by gentleman. Herald. r -v "5S. has been given as above provided, that one of the homsteaders desires it as a the pre-emption entry for such quarter section shall not be granted until the Agent has decided which homesteader tias the first right to the pre-emption entry. The Agent shall decide on or before September 15th of the home- steaders has first jright to the pre- emption under Sub Section 6 of Sec- tion 27 of the Dominion Lands Act, which provides that the homesteader in good standing who holds the first entry, for his homestead -has the first right to the pre-emption, and the Agent shall give the pre.empt.ion "en- try accordingly A homesteader -who holds entry in a township which, is not available for preemption, if there lies alongside his homestead iii an adjoining township available for pre-emption, an avail. and McDonnell, of Janse McDonnell, have returned from a fish- ing trip in the foothills near Cowley. They had heaps of luck. Wm. Price, a C. P. R. mechanic! from McLcod is visiting in the city. He states that of the seven scabs in the shops there are 5 Japs and China- men and that the trains are not in- spected nor air tested at the shops. As Wm. Ripley of the Little Bow, was driving down the hill at other side of the river on Friday even- j ing the king-bolt dropped out causing i the horses to run away. The occu. j pants of the rig were throwln out and considerably bruised. The team was found the next morning fast in the wire fence at P. Burns Co.'s slaughter house. Although cut all over they wen- not seriously in- jured. able quarter section, such quarter section. may pre.pmpt ENGINEERS AT WORK Ottawa, Aug. Stautlet, Fitzmaurice and Modjeska, the three eminent engineers appointed by the government to prepare plans for re- building the Quebec bridge started work this morning. We do nothing else but CLEAN and PRESS CLOTHES, aiid we do that well. Clothes don't make the man but they makes all but his hands and face during business hourg. CONTRACTS MADE BY TEE MONTH MARK JOHNSTON Baberal Hotel hmlli (Ws far al Defirerd The marriage took, place recently at of Miss Isabel Raciford, daughter of Edward "Radford, F. C. Whitehousc, manager of the dian Bank of "Commerce, at -itfclfort, Sask., formerly accoivniant in the branch here. L. M. JOHNSTON E j Barrister and Solicitor j Office adjoining Uninn I have a modern picture framing outfit and a stock of monldings. W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER Bank. 23-1 JT The Taber Free Pross snys: J. E. i Osborne, superintendent of tho Al- treat. The management been j Improvement Co. tells successful in providing ?onu- of thejus acres of winter wheat! best films to be had and promise jwhirh is now all up. He has iust thoir patrons a good program each threshing his oats, which evening during the week. Watch for werc sowed on lato spring breaking. The Herald Job Department Over 1000 Crates of Fruit will be in which will arrive about Wednes- day, consist- ing of Preserving Plums Peaches Pears Apples and Grapes This will be one of the finest cars of Preserving Fruit that erer came to Lethbridge. Be sure and secure some of it while it lasts. Everything First-class THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone M. Real Estate Bargains'4 Lots on Smith St., Block 18 Lots west of Westmin- ster, 1_4 mile from school. These lots are high and dry and in a beautiful lo- cation, 150 -i? "On Torrauce Ave- nue. The last unsold in this street, one-acre Lots east side McKillop St., Lots in -.Block "B." Wai I work Addition, lacing railroad track, close to lison Mill, 700 yds. from Lots (150 ft. fac- ing Westminster, 300 yds. south of school, each ALL THE ABOVE ON EASY TERMS T. E. Patteson Room Oliver Block Did a man ever say to YOU I am getting up a party for a shooting trip. Will you join us? There ARE many tilings necessary to make it successful, and trustworthy gtiu 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 youjrill not be called a LIAR. when you relate the long shots you made with our own special hand loaded shot shells, as it is well known they cannot be 'equalled for range pattern and penetration. IL GUNSMITHS LETHBRfDGE, ALTA. a special program for Day. Abfnil eighteen men attended the in the interests of socialism jvst-. nlfi.y. Nothing was done in the way deciding whether to run a oamlidiit" at the next Moral tion.'-r meeting will b.- he-Mi next Sunday the matter will be taken up. and thoy yield -10 bushels to tho ncrc. Tho company have five portions of land fourteen miles south of Tabor. They were lato getting started with their steam ploTighinp outfit lust spring or they would havo had more a. Specialty lunrlor crop. is the intention of 4 Souvenir China One-third off the regular prhe. Some very pretty and attractive Ja J, Johnston It. sections cultivnUnn ns qT7lckly as possible. Druggist JARTERS- For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Rwas 1 aid 2 Sdsftird Block T ATjTA> Commercial Printing Letterheads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Business Cards Receipt Forms HK "ICE CREAM." SIu: fiaifl, and her immediately became in smiles. She had been here before and knew it was good. Yes, our Ice Crcnm is acme ol purity and richness and delightfully refreshing. Whr-ri Ice Cream is mentioned, you know to get it good. 4 SATISFACTION That's what every job we do gives. We-guaranlee to please for we thoroughly understand our business. We have n large slock .of Wall Paper at onr and see it. See is iff Paialiftg, Paper Hangiig, Htise Dec oral lag, rtc. WELLINGTON BROS. Corner Cutbiil and Lethbridge Rochon's Candy Kitchen Jiri I Successors to.G. L. VroomtA TELEPHONE 106 Ice Cream Parlor GUESTS FROM HAYR BROS. Phone 75 Are You Going Shooting Ibis Season? If so, don't fail to inspect, our selected stock of Cinns, Rifles, Coats, Vests and Belts to ;