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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WITH vine rith ami; tatjf-witf If la We SeH for Cash Tte Mdteowa-HkK Hardware Coy. PHONC 62 SPRAY IfastMer ThcSioceofQttitir anr of handling in OidEstab- StortofQuaUy vinff daily SfliU, eomiiiiag ol eott and tiomn, WH table bmtted, aw eomfcrtabU ud MMibk for No toiWi to top cool it those. in fcacy fancy1 GO n UMK OMB Ntna It protects Horses and Catile from Fly PesU Vermin. We guarantee it Quart- Cans 75c Hal! Gallon Sprayers Saleooly at 8ANFOID on. MANUrACTUUNG CO. -V WWWWBf MAV Low Cot Shoes tt CTTY AND WSIWCT THE WEATHER Elmo Fraser has, joined the Good o.'s staff during the fruit tftaaoa Don't miss the scene at the Bijou tonight. It is good. W. B. 'Good is at Calgary oir-bus- tuess today. Mrs. A. Olson family are visit ing friends in Niche, N.D. G. P. Player of tne Jobbing Co. is on a business trip to Nelson, B. C. The Flyer arrived at 10 this morn- big crowd went west. Iu Hatch of the-Uniom Bank staff is taking a two week's holiday. B. F. Keillor and wife of Baymond were in tfce city last nighty _ __1 THE BTAH THEATRE. Edmonton, fair. Calgary, fair 80 clear.................. Winnipeg, fair 96 teihVrufee, fair 89 MedicuK Hat, cloudy 90 Bulletin From Central been a few light local 46 50 60 49 54 showers in the West but theiweatfcer from Manitoba to v the Rockies has been mostly fine and warm. A low pressure ns moving into th em prairie provinces being sowewhat unsettled conditions. fair and quite warm with local thunderstorms, "gas gave a most enjoyabU Wi week iu hcuor of her sister T. B. Martin, of Frank, V moat attractive visitor whose 'departure everyone regretted. Mrs. McJtieol in a white frock; Mrs Martin ia pn% pink and Totter pale yellow waist; touebes oi The pretty were won by and Mr. Hyde. 8ii lablea were arranged and the players and' Mrs Martin, Rrank Mr. and Mrs. Kourse, Mr. and Mrs Arnold. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Kirkham. Mra. Borers Mrs. Mre Hammond, Nelaon Cessrs.- Conybeare, Hyde, See Window Display For Bargains in Station- ery, Books, Wall Papers, aud Sporting Goods. Mrs. A. M. Ross of Juueau and fa- mily are visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm. Stafford. The spur track from No. 3 to No. 5 is now about three-fourths "com- pleted. E. Barker of Cardston and A. 1 katchewan and "Aloerta, strong west I erly winds. Cooler with local show FSr McDuffee of Raymond came m on last night's local. J. C. Cahoon and wife of Cardston spent a few hours in the city-last night. Jos.-Pascoe has a complete line of Cool With a glass of our pure UK. Jme It willjimke yonforgettbe sheltering heat and will give you new life and energy. It's good, too, so there is pleasure as well as comfort in the taking. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time F. Prescription Specialists i WUT, IEIHK V'St. Augustia's Church tombr row (Sunday) be tions, of the THoly at and 11 a. m., matins at 10 30, evensong m. Power, Asbburnerf DATS COUKC1L to dear at Bhi- BJm- f Oad's f Council showed a. very pane uiina-whea turned down, the proposition. Therer are not very many towns in West that would have had the strength character U resist-the temptation to get tliousand nWlTof a population to he registered in Wafhorn'i Guide Nearly burg' in Western Canada has the "greater ;hari has been" embraces every opportunity to look bigger when the outside public are looking wheth- er they are'really -or not. Thpy efer, rag. to In Jtaaoi %ad DoNflola reg. A Qff ng 14 toefesvat Black Patottt, aide Uoe, wg. TC Patent Side Lace, tan top. very atyliah, reg. A [BRIE GENTLEMEN hostess oi a %r Monday, given in Martin pi TrmBk. -The laaie waaSaitectively decoraied with. pretty centre piece and flovrers, -anti the. guests were Mrs. Martin, Mrs: McNicoJ, Mrs. Ives, Mrs. Gattwaith, Miss Cotier. On evening Mrs Can- goods on. stock m his new store at Xo. 3 and is jiow for'business ML mayor of Cardston, ac- companied Sirs. Spencer, register ed at' the .Lethbridge last night. Miss' Glazier assistant post 'mistress leaves on Monday to a two week's vacation at Calgary 3tr. andl Mrs; Firth of Carnduff Sask., arc yisttihg. their Mrs. E. T.'-jtfcGregor. J. W. Woblf, M.P.P., of Cardston was jn the city last night on his way backvffosa the Fair. THE THEATRE. iOss Roberta Sage left Thursday on a short visit to friends at Calga- and Banff. Remember we ch'ange three times.' ach week at the Bijou, Mondays. Vednesdays and Fridays. Rev. James Sergeant of _Blairmore, iH occupy the pulpit of the Baptist ihurch at: both, seri'ices- tomorrow. Strangers will be marie welcome. Mrs. J. MacArthur and the Mtake Fabie and Grace, who have been vi- iting Miss Jean MacArthur left for Taber .to visit Mrs. another daughter. Mrs. Ed. Jarvis leaves on Monday OB a three visit to New York and other points in the Eastern Hiplcy was a visitor to the Dominion Fair this week. He says the Lethbridge Souvenirs are the talk of the grounds. The wheat exhibit sent from thh, city -takes the lead. Frank Clark and G. F. Gain of the Circle Ra'nch arc in the city. ,Tne> nrc awaiting instructions from Row- ell Harris to have the river ciraggtx the city and working men win ceiye a cordial, welcome both i church and at the.rectory. Rev. J. M. Harrison will contin-ie his series of sermons on Old Testa- ment characters at Wesley Church to-j morrow. The morning subject will be "God's Command to Abram to live the perfect life" and the evening topic. "Joeeph-Olevealed to .his Brer Uireti." free. Strangers cordially welcome. ,W. A. returned from the fair this IJe speaks well of the Lethbridge bit and says it is excelled y. the Alberta The ninghani hostess -of iu inlor- maL little bridge, endingJwith V dance, everyone enjoyed. The guests were Mr. Mrs., -Arnold, Mrs KeeveiT, Miss Menxies, Miss Wilson, "-Messrs Power, 'Ashburner, Street, Jones. Mrs.- MacleodT was the; hostess of a little 3diince given 01 i Miss' The guests son, 'of Mrs. Lethbridgti Mrs. Rofers', are alwaytf willing .to boom ihemseiv- ea to' get greater population even if people in trie 'town iacrease of woald have Jooked pretty good to outsider! that the of the city of inftraased., two thousand more or Jess in 190fc whereas, it may have increased only appivxinaately thousand. The annexation, of Stafiordville would tiave increased the nominal pop. by a'thmuand fiave cre'ased .the real, boBktess population by a- single .soul._ yTheir people "are far as business and talks. Leth- city 'fathers .are ,not kind that wish to boomc the city be? fore the outside world regardless o the cost to the people already here It is a poor policy 'and tltey it Letrj Edmonton, Saska- our insignificant ri vals, crow about their, large popula Men's ChocoUte Dongoli Blucber Oxforda, reg. M to clew at.......... Men'f DongoU Blacher Oifords, reg. o oe to clear Men'iVclonrCalf Blncher Ozfoidi O to clear at............ Men's Tan Calf Blncher Oxfords, o 7C to clear at............ Men's Patent Blnener Oxfords in all styles, reg. tockarat............ These remarkable bargains only last until July 4. Call around early and mate your selection CO. Mrs. Toronto, Mrs.' Scott, Pincher Creek Miss Robertson, .Toronto, Miss Agnew, Paroid: Roofing Will keep ont rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We nave it in stock in any qnantity display is more "nifty" than that of the east; The exhibit of growing grain, which is an. Alberta p-.- tion, is swell. It is shown off by use of mirrors. "During the days the names of sons'and daughters _of lethbridge citizens "attending, eastern colleges Ijavefbecn mentioned as prize winners Another is'added to the list.' Word was just received-today that Harold Higinbotham, atteriding_St. Andrew's College, Toronto, has carried off the special jfrize-for general proficiency for Form IV. and has also been-pro- moted to Form V. He was unfortua atcly laid "up with blood poisoning during the kit he was awarded the prize on his gen- eral class work as well as upon the results of the TEaster and Christmas Macleod, Messrs Lethbridge, Mc- Nally, Jones, Tranmer, Bar- num, Shaw, Sherlock, Robertson, To- ronto, Freeman, Hamilton; Vrooman'i f talk pie and we "have the dough. when, one comes to look at the anexarion proposition, it would )be a silly thing for -the city. Talk about the people in the little burg COLEMAN WlttSlTOURNAMEIIT, ,1, __ (Special to'the Herald.) -r Colcman, July btfseball to'urnaraent at "TColeman. yesterdajr (was won by the home team. >TLe prize was fifty dollars cash. ;The wanting -Waterworks, they have not got a dozen, houses in the place that arc -suitable -for water- works. They have not. foundations and in the winter the whole shee- bang, would freeze up solid. It would be a swell place for the plumbers and they would have a harvest there as long as people had money to pay for the fixing busted pipes. Another thing to be considered is that x 193 feet on Street, vv. on monthly'payments" f IVES tai 2, 1-4T teams competing were Pincher Creek; I the .A.- R. j own m many of Bellevue, and 'Colemaa. tBellevue. the .houses and it will .not be many drew the bye and so Pincher Creek yearg before they will be lifting the and Coleman played first houses bodily from sad- hiking after dinner. was a cTose them off to No. 5. 'They would do it one, the score being Oolemaa [pretty mighty quick too if the sub- PLAYED A DRAW. Philadelphia and. Twanto Play at Crcket playetl oil with BeHevue'in the even-.] cning. The close: AS. in the 'morning' .teajn being verj' weak spots. Williams the Beilevue pdtcher, very hard to win Sis .sup- port iii places Coletnan played the patterj- through jboth games. Its work was "excellent. The whole learn played.--good- steady ball and especially excelled themselves at the bat. The lineup was as follows: .HcGuim'ss, c.T Ilogan p., Ingttam lb., for the body of Frank Smoot who was drowned on Wednesday last. THE STAR THEATRE. Acknowledged by almost everbody. that the scones at the Bijou exceeded anything that have had in the past. Tonight is the last chance to see the same.. Professor Henderson, of Chicago University is in the city today. professor is connected with the Philadelphia, J-oly match between the Canadian Cricket play- ers representing the Toronto Cricket Club %and fltie Germantown Cricket Club at Manheini ended yesterday in a draw. When.play was resumed the Philadelphias had runs to their credit for 'one' wicket, and they suc- ceeded in running up the total to 233. Toronto in the. second innings made 06 runs for four wickets when stumps were drawn for the day. .They had scored 264 runs in the first innings. Rlcfgcn 2b., Magott r.f., 1-f. Lewis 3b-, c.f., CUrk XcFariane urb were made a part ,pf she city and; taxed at the; city riate-of. taxa- tion.v WHh the houses gone, the wa- terworks would-be there a lying monument to the ambition of the.Council that wanted, to make the city look big. Dad is not built that way his cotinciUare likew'ise Lethbridge ;does not need any m- lated population reports. The city's present reputaion as a business place is its best advertisement. Man- agers of loan companies say that there is no better place ,in western AT THE BIJOU Pickman n. Let's Utilize Jfother-in-law. Illustrated Song i The Doy Detective. Her First Adventore. partmc-nt of sociology-ami Canadran-players went to At- ia the university and is making a trip, through this new country to stu conditions here. lantic Cty tonight to remain over Sat- urday and Sunday. On. Wednesday, 1; to Mr and Mrs. dale, a son. Snggitt, Coal- buildings. There '-is not another town in all" the _west that enjoys the same Confidence of the money men of the country. Gild-edged loans are nrcre than, numbered heads 'and sound values than _ Dad's council are .certainly hust- lers. Fancy having thatlnarket in operation' inside of another .Tnohth: II', they" would follow customs they would have had commit- dickering oil 'the "matter for months, would have had a few about a site, had a spectac- and -let the matter drop until next Council could take it up-and do the same thing. But they quietly went -to work, got a si te and 'the first thing the blooming old city knows it is all done. That's the way to'do With the build- ing of the fire hall; the constructing the market, the grading of streets and the construction of the ce- ment walks going on all at once, the people for once in their lives will be able to look around and see some- thing doing. We're going some, al- right, alright. TAMMANY ON DECK New July hundred strong Tammany braves laft New for Denver-to attend the Democrat .National.. convention. Six each car plentifully sup-, plied.with food and refreshments were sped'away from the tfty with the m Oitawa, July stamps io be issued by the poet office department in commemmoration of the Quebec' Tercentenary will depict noted scenes in history or portraits off people dear to Canadians. There be eight in the series. Canada for investment. Many of these -companies are refusing point blank to make any loans in several of the towns 4nd cities that are boost ing of their numbers and have placed their real estate values at a proport ionate figure. -In other cities loans are being placed with a great deal of caution. But in Lethbridge largo loans are being placed every day and no company is afraid to invest. 'al- most any sum in Lethbridge property .day loans of from two to fifty thousand dollars are being given for! POSITION .WANTED 1 German woman desires to offer ser- vices to English speaking family as nurse or domestic during day -time K, Herald Ottce. p WANTED General ServanWApply Mrs. E. Hill. Lethbridge U FOR "SALE. IN PLENTY Fresh from the Rhb- ber Factory last month J. J. Johnston j For im TOWN ptonmr or FAffM LANK See W.FL DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBKIDGri, ALIA. OF CANADA sale Apply W. L. Olynn and Ford SU. I7f-p 95.OOO.OOO. With 138 Braacho rn im the West Unkm Bank, has exceptioMl facilities for handling the business of Fanners, Cattkneft, Grain Dealers and Retail Merchants, well as of MtMfactaimaadWholesftk Houses whose dealinjs extend throughout the country. NegotMbU paper baodkd on the noat farorablc Interest pmid qnartwly on Savinps Accounts, LETHBRIDOt BMANCH; J. R. Sftnb fir Freih Prsflerving Straw- beiriea at per crate. A few boxes of Cherries left at per box We have .a full line of Fmita and Vegetables cm hand today. Call ami see THE GOOD CO. MM DONT MISS THRSE FEW" JAPANNED OAK CHESTS To Cfetr Ussjftl 730 HAYR BROS. M I M loO.LV ffMfM, 75 ;