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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta WN1ST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE TO Wen n letkbridoe Is tfci HOTi IMPORTANT At this season, an ounce of bug destroyer may save many dollars' worth of your fruit and vegetables. There is nothing more effective and easily applied than BERGER'S PAKIS GREEN We have a large stock in 1 lb. tins at 30c. per lb. Guaranteed pure The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 The Store of Quality Try some of Mclver Bros. Boiled Ham The finest thing on the market. PHONE 21 fi. fiMDBKfl CO. Ill) Oalj UNION Brocery Store ii City WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAY vuernes, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Peaches. Apricots, Plums, etc. i THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY I DUFF ADDITION: New 5-roomed House, full- basement, with concrete floor, furnace, etc. f Jt Price, only cash, balance per month. J Beagle Maxwell Land Oliver Block I 29Q: Get 11 nice pair of uxioras For July 1st, to keep your feet cool.and enjoy the sports. 1 Prizes on exhibition, in our north window for Dominion Day Sports. m FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON GOW FOR SALE: THIRTY SHARES OF THE 1 i LETHBRIDGE BREWING Co. ALBERT E. IVES, .00 THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, cloudy S6 54 Forecast Saskatchewan and A few local showers or thunder storms, chief-' ly on Sunday, but mostly fine and 4; 3 t 4? Fire Insurance Money to Loan on Improved Farms The H. Macbeth Agency 4 4 4 A 4 I i Palm Leaf Fans Hammocks All the Latest Fiction r I lOlERTSON'S BOOISIOfif Phent 251 New Whitney Block Agent for Underwood Type- writers EXPERIENCE ONLYMEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century Please keep the Do- minion and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to o p.m. 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell INO DISPENSING CHEMISTS CITY'AND DISTRICT. Rev. A. M. Gordon united in mar riage this week F. H. Byersdori and IVIiss Laura A. Perry, of Minneapolis. The Citizens Band went to New Dayton this morning to take part in i the celebrations at that town. Fire Chief F. A. Hudson, of Ken- is H. Thomas for a ing ______ _._ on his way home from at- i ing in the death of Alfred D. Fraser TOOK LIFE OF AN OLD SETTLER Margo, Sask., July fatal shoot occurred here yesterday result icw on ms way nome irom at-i ing m me aeatn 01 Aiirea Jj. Jtraser tending the fire chiefs convention at i one of the. first settlers in ihias dis Edmonton, itrict. While plowing behind the house Do you want to know wh .t th i Fraser was shot down in a cold blood- j greatest Bible scholars say about the ede manner, one ballet piercinc his i Bible? Hear Rev. F.W. Pratt at Eu. shoulder and another his head." He reka Theatre, Sunday at 8.30. Ad-; was discovered wiathin a minute or 11 mission Free. jtwo, but life was extinct. A search V. G. Young-husband was summon- i Part7 was started to look for the Med to Phoenix. B. C.. Wednesday ow-! culprit. They araested Hainer. 1 ing- to the illness of his wife's father, i-wtlo was carrying a loaded rifle. "When JW. G. Fraser. jthe searchers appeared he pulled a A meeting of the O. P. I. A. will j on Corporal Aldrieh, of the Mount held Wednesday at eight o'clock at the labor hall. J. J. Baker, of Raymond, was in i ________________ I the city last night to meet 'Mrs. i CITY AND DISTRICT 1 Baker, who arrived from London, J "Christian Patriotism" will be th i subject of Hev. A. A. Lytle's ad up yes- dress at Westminster church tomor but was finally captured I without doing any further shooting. Messrs. West aad Hum- irow phries but was remanded until Tuesday. Hear Rev. F. W. Pratt, of Winni- Rev" Frank cordialb Pratt, of All Souls o nn- speak on "Jesus and' His Relig. Unitarian churcb' Winnipeg, will give Eureka Theatre at 3, Sun- i three important addresses at the Counts for a great deal in medicine making. Ton may content yourself with the fact that whatever yon get from our store has been prepared by experi- enced hands of many years' training. That should connt with yon. CITY AND DISTRICT is away on a trip to has gone to j Dominion day. Admission Free. One of the finest fields of spring 0 wheat inr the country is to be seen I three and a half miles north of the city on the farm of Adam Link. While going up a ladder to hoist a on the A. R. I. building on j E. Oxland j England. Mrs. P. W. Tuller for a visi, j _ Hiss Jean Duncan, of Tuber, is vis- was painfully injured itmg in the city. j Hear Rev. F. W. Pratt, of Winnipeg Eureka theatre tomorrow. 11 a. m., 'Unitarian Christianity Explained." p.m., "Jesus and His. Religion." 30 p.m., "The Bible in the light Modern Scholarship." Admission ee. All are welcome. Hear Rev. F. W Pratt, of Wi Unitarian Christianity O1 Ad m is- i Tomorrow's services in the Bap- Good Opportunity North Ward A well located cottage Close in. Light and water Price Easiest of terms R. V. Gibbons LOAKS INSUBAKCE PHONE 222 OH BIOCK Five sections steam plow land, four miles from Chin J? per acre up. fr- Four sections four miles north Taber, 114.00 to Jf per acre Several good buys on new Calgary line close to new towns W ffe I Freeman, Maeleod Graham f Still the subject of the moment in Lethbridge City is OUR FIRE SALE T Alberto Drug and Book Co. f Prescription Specialists LFTIIIIIGE Band concert, on the square on i speak on "The Bible in the churcn wil1 of a'missionary bunday aiternoon from 4 to 5.30. j Modern Scholarship" at Eureka Pastor Pieties mom Dr. J. H. Rivers, mayor of Sunday 8.30 p.m. Admission F-ee 'ms and Subjects, morning, TaSr Cit" lMt D4Sllt B- Morris, Brandon W. P.. Eollins of I I and iirs. iilcCliire. Burdett St r- v I I] _ Capt. Brock- attend the fair J- C- Hobson and F.C. Potts j j Dance in K. P. Hall. Tuesday in the dty arrang- 110 o'clock. Orpheus orchestra. Ad-l Ladies free. i M, I T t- -n j i ,t-etnbrldge will soon have the J. Av. Bawden and }lrs. Bawden of Tom Watts the ereat went to Banff t-his afternoon for a brarian. "The supreme business of the church" "Missionary All e free and is made welcome will be a dance in the K. of irall on Tuesday night -in -aid of school lands sale which Auesday aid of e 6th. jthe fuDd for sending the baud to Win- Estimates Promptly Furnished j Miss Maude Freeman, of St. Marys j Ont., is the finest of Mrs. R, E i i Sherlock. J. Jones and T. E. Morris, of The It you hear Rev. F. W. Pratt, at! Eureka Theatre, Sunday at .30, tell; how we came to have our Bible' you! will never forget it. j Herald staff, left for Calgary this' aiternoon to attend the fair. Vas'il Chabotar of No. 3 has pur-i chased several city lots through A. M. Matulis, real estate agent. j The Lethbridge Woollen Mill ro to want the received orders during for OQOO It's natural for rng .neo 2000 most and best you can get foripalrs of blankets for fall delivery i But when you buvL visit to wiifj oe markerf ,_, But when you DUV i K r-n T i J marked with a bill-of lumber without yetting! _ an estimate from ns. how do you know that you're getting the best! bargain that it is possible for you j to get? j You simply tell -a thing jf about it. You don't know whether losicg money or not. The only safe way is to always let ns make you an estimate on I what yen want before buying else- j where, as we have complete stocks i of everything in lumber and build- i ing material. i 364-0 Kogers-uinnmgnamj lumber Company Id! Phono 23. 123 and 321 1 T Hansen's Jelly Coloring Lemon yellow Raspberry red Plum purple Berry blue Grape green These colors trace of sediment no T J- J- Johnston 1 Druggitt -QUALITY QUARTERS- The Orpheus -the music. orchestra will CITY AND DISTRICT R. A. Wright the jeweler, who has established a reputation for putting on genuine cut price sales of only high grade goods, has decided to put on a summer sale which lasts for the first fifteen days of July. Wright was fortunate in procuring- the stock of an eastern jeweler at a very low rate. The goods were se- ected from the best that are sold in he retail trade in Canada and will be sold The vatches and rings are engraved with tie jeweler's name, guaranteeing- their quality. A large stock of clocks watches, .diamond set jewelry, gold eyeglasses, gold and silver novelties j and leather goods, in fact everything in this store will be on sale. The Adult Bible class of the Bap- ment at three o'clock tomorrow. Subject of discussion "Paul's second TO-DAY and TO-MORROW we are making a special cat in SCREEN DOORS, which we are sell--at 75C and up. WASHING MACHINES going to-day and to- day and to-morrow at and up. GARDEN HCSE. we have still a few thousand feet which we can sell at 8 1-2 cents per foot and np. HAY FORKS, SPADES and SHOVELS, absolutely as good as new, very slightly smoke-stained MUST BE SOLD PRICES GREATLY REDUCED. We are selling goods ifa the Store and also in a tent on the opposite side of the street. IF YOU COME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS WE ARE CERTAIN YOU WILL PURCHASE If you want a good selection COME EARLY I f f THE McKEOWN Corner Dufferin and Round HI. We are now prepared to make loans on City and 8 per cent. No delay necessary-money accessable as soon as papers are signed. We make loans on the same terms on improved farms. The Securities limited Comer Round and Redpath Streets successors to iinerta Telephone 141 AAA missionarjr to Phil- JpPi." President T? j_ Thcinsony teacher Rev. William Reid. welcome. Some new Townships will be open in a few days in a very beautiful location and close to railway, ror information apply to A. M. MATULIS, Real Estate Room 4. Bryan Block L'ADIES OF THE CITY You are invited to see the new Fall samples'of MILADI SUITS AND SKIRTS on view at this Store MONDAY, JULY 5th Only tfll-on TE-ill ,------T