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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V tO WAY IN fine Points vitfttfetrictt sfeirpt Mtwitaairat ?M n tfcft Up. Year with KfflftR r K tbt ol qMlitr. tW Knttn- MM SPRAY Your WITH Ir.lln'iHj It protects Hones and CatUe from Fly Pests and Vermin. guamutee it Quart Cans 75c Half Gallon Sprayers For Sale otily at J. I Ckrk CTTY AND this We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. to Brodw GUfcrd J ind Hick Wftktir PHONE Fritz Sick lol't for afternoon on a business trip. Mrs. J. W TWrt'u not receive tomorrow nor again this summer. Mrs. Wm. Scott and er, to Calgary on today's local. Mrs. and Miss J3eimett leave to- night for Baufl where they will spend a month. THE STAR THEATRE. W. R. Brown, painter .m-i paper hanger has opened a shop ou Argyll Avenue. B. S. Young of Raymond was in Business and are capable of handling the trade of the.. Best Families in Lethbridge to build up and to -hold the Old Estab; listed Business Of the Store of Quality All Kinds of Fruit Fancy Groceries arriving daily. 40. ti mini ma THE WEATHER Edmonton, clear -3 Calgary, clear Jfucleod, clear ...................5 Battleford, clear TO Swift Current, clear......... Moose Jaw, clear '.3 TO Broadview, clear _ Brandon, Winnipeg, fair W 48 clear 50 Medicine flat, cinr ttegina, clear 72 40 Bulletin IV >-i. Oftu-e The weather throughout tlie VM-S! iern provinces has fine ami arm in The heat wave trom British None of the contracts for ford. baiidiag -were accepted. Altera- will be made with a view .to cutting down the estimates and new tenders called, for. The scene at the Bijbu tonight, en-! titled "The Scout" is a comic scene, taken frcrn the French Revolution. It is certainly fine and everybody that fifty minutes should avail themselves of this last opportunity. Ira Stratton of Stonewall, Man., of the Postmasters' Asso- ciation of Canada will be. Home' to the postmasters of Canada 'vxsit- -Calgary Fair and will be found, at the Co-operative Hall, near the post- office on Wednesday, July 8. from. 10 a.- m. welcome. All postmaster are i Cool With a glass of our pure fenaBft liffie Jiice It will make you forget the sweltering heat :aml will give you new life and energy. It's good, too, so is pleasure as well as comfort in the taking. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time UkrtiOnjiRdllookCo. Prescription Specialists 1.1. HTIET, IETIWII5 the city this morning on his way to Calgary, iliss Isabel McCuyoch was am ing tho passengers bound for Calgary this afternoon. Hrs. Stacpoole, Cardston, and her sister Hiss Mclntosh nre sending a few days with itrs. J. J. Johnston. THE STAR THEATRE. J. H. Fleetwood and Master Ernest wont to Calgary this" after- noon, to visit friends and take in-the fair. Baseball tonight Y. M. C. vs.-picked nine, at 6.45. Red Hot Game. C. ITariott went to Calgary this morning as a forerunner for the ILeth- bridge City Band, who go tomorrow night on the American's special train. The whole of the members of St. f Augustin's choir are requested to at- tend practice on Friday evening when the Rev. Dr. to discuss a of considerable im, portahce with them, with a view to making special effort to raise funds for church extension purposes. His Honor Lieut.-Governor Jlulytft left Edmonton on Monday for Calga- ry where he opened the Dominion Ex hibition.- After, a short; sojpurO: at his summer home in Peachland, B.C., he _will go to Winnipeg and after the opening ceremonies of the Fair' the Prairie Capital will proceed .with Premier Rutherford to the celebration of the Quebec Tercentenary. THE STAil THEATRE. has entered- "Alberta and is --D, eastward. and warmer. PROGRAMME, FOP. THURSDAY, Mysterious, Infernal Machine. The Scout. Illustrated Song. Father Goes-to Maivcet." Doctor's Refpnnation. i sN Jas. Olquisifc of Bow Island tho city today. llf Davidson west to Cftigafy the local" today. The customs received at the local office in June was Mr. and KrsL G. J. Loomig of .Ta- ber among the visitors in town today.. Mrs. Gv C. McDonald, Burdett St., will, not tomorrow or again this The Knox" .choir; meets .this for practice at 8.30 "sharp. Full at tendance requested. K. P. Stewart of Pincher Creek ar rived in the city this 'morning t spend part of his vacation. F. R. lAngr formerly bookkeepe for the Enterprise t taken-the same Hick There "is likely to be a blj'browd on the American special train to Cal- gary tomorrow aigtt- The train will consist of three, coaches three sleepers and every pro- vision is jxnng made by. the C.P.R. anil the American Society tor the- comfort oi 'the travellers. The traiu leaves at ten e.'clock tomorrow night. Tile iethbridge City Band, under the leadership of J. G. Harper A special train will leave t morrow night at 22 o'clock for Ca gary. It will be made up of thr first class coaches three sleepers. O. W. Eerr Co. brought in a party of forty-two land seeken liist chiefly from Minnesota L and make things The round trip will cost It will .be a swell trip in the cool of the evening and early morning. H. Taylor, of Gfryfn, Sask., in tpvm today and has- sold a party of Ont., men 900 acres cf Uind north of. Tabor. hud a very quiet timo yesterday considering the holiday, there -no Recast on for making any arrests whatever.: C.P.Ii. yard" engino' No. 2165 got onto a piece of .soft track in the yard this morning and went off the track. A few hours' work put it back on again. Roofing Will keep out rain, no matter iiovr heavy PUT IT ON YOUR j ROOF NOW We hare it in in ary quantity MMWI wjwB M Inter to. ltd. UpttStPJ IN PLENTY Frcsli from the Rnb- ber Factory last month J. J. Johnston PresriptJon Druggist QUARTERS- For SA investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties m A f ml 1 _1_ I JHN fc vC80MVv R9CX LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. DON'T MISS THESE FEW JAPANNED OAK ICE CHESTS I t Uiual Price SIS 10 To Clear f 12.50 7.50 1 HAYR BROS. J to G. t. Pkoae 75 fi in ci. FRIDAY The first Friday in the month brings you a list of Genuine Bargains __ t Pillow Cases Pine Equality White Cotton Pillow Covers, hem -stitched, sizes 42 and 44 in. reg. 35c each On Sale Friday Cotton Sheets Splendid White Cotton Sheets, well made, full sizes, reg.; each while they last on 25c Merits Ties at Less than Half 25 dozen Ties, made of best quality silks, fonr-in-hand style, plain and fancy elects', jrorth 60c and 75c Qn Sale Friday 25c Window Blinds Reduced JO dozen Window Shades, colors green and cream, Hartshorn rollers, size 36 x 72, reg. each On Sale Friday......................" A.Bargain in Linoleums BOO yards heavy Linoleum, good assort- ment to choose from 2 yards wide, yard Friday Bargain Boy4' Knee Pants 75 pair Boys' Tweed Pants, knee length, well made arid tlirpughont, sizes 22 to 28 reg. per pair On Sale Friday, 55 BARGAINS IN THE SHOE DEPftRIMENNI Dots, light .weight, Ladies1 Brown Vici Kid Blncher cut, Oxford shoe. light solerplain. toe, all sizes fi worth pair Jhil till Friday.... y..... Wf Hudson's Bay Co. Girls' light weight, patent tip.ijspring heel. sizes 8 to 10 and 11 fo 2 and Low Cut Prices LADIES Doogolft chfif, reg. toclearat........ Begular Ladies' Doogola Bla- cker, reg. 13 A toclearat.......... ID Patent and Doiigola Blucber t3.50 A to clear at.......... In Patent and Doagola Blncher reg. Q 1 Ct O.1O Ladies' Black Patent, tide lace, reg. toclearat......... Ladies' Patent Side Lace, tan- top, very gtylish, WISST GENTLEMEN Men's Chocolate DongoU Blueher reg. 13.60 toclear at........ Men's DongoU Blucher Oxfords, reg. Mcn'gVelour Calf Blucher reg toclearat O.fU Men's Tan Calf Blucher Oxfords, reg. to clear at Men's Patent Blucher' Oxfords in all styles, reg. toclearat These remarkable bargains only last-until July 4. Call around early and maks your selection 100 BOXES PRESERVING CHERRIES tayftl An Btafc The finest preferring cher- ries on the market. Oar price per 10 Ib. box, while they last per box THE GOOD CO. ,T. Henderson is a cottage to the west of Viis on Duf- ferin St. LENDING LIBRARY NEW BOOKS Received King Sprnce The Barrier Seeing England with Un- cle John The Politician The Orphan Ancient Law Dr. Ellen The Chaperon The Squaw Man and many otheis Don't forgctonrSPECIAL SALE and "the FLOOD POST CARDS NOW READY MM vlwK of July Happenings Beginning on the 3rd and finishing on 1 :-e eve of the 4th we shall offer the usual attractive list of week end bargains, Black Lustre, lined throughout, velvet binding, reg. .V.. Black Panama, 4 box pleats, with tucks, reg. price Grey Tweed effect, pleated, trimmed strappings and buttons, BlacfLastfe, accordeon pleated, reg. .Light Grey Homespun, double box pleats, V shape, Grey Sgured Brilliantine, pleated at intervals, 6 X: of pleato, reg. f8.50 Brown Panama, box pleats, etc., 3 rows, satin -nbbou fe. at botloai, reg Ladies' Waist Savings S) White Lawn Waists in white, black, and colors LAWN Regular for 1-50 1.75 SILK Regular for 3.50 4.50 5.00 .85 .85 1.25 1.40 1.75 2.25 2.50 3.25 3.75 J. BROWN CO. LTD. will carry a 15000 Accident Policy. Company will pay if injured while travelling on any public conveyance ALBERT E.IVES RHONE The Herald for High-class Job Work ;