Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
TMKFLACt TO STAY For PtySosaa CLEAN, EEBCTIVE, COMPACT They may be" from the ceiling, cauhot be biowu about, no danger of getting on your clothing. Non-poisonous, iion-d ty- ing. Catch more to the Mquare inch than auy other fly catching device in the world. T We Sett for Cash The Mdtcown-Hick Hardware Coy. to BfoJto SuSjrd T Hick ft Wikdf 62 Clerk The Store of Qcafty Qmr Shipments of B.C. t CTTY AND DISTRICT Are arriving daily Leave your order for Pre- serving Berries early as the season' is short. G. WTO C8. fern to IBM I Hot Weather Cfearmg Sato of CANVAS SHOES White Cauvag Clear Oxfords, reg. 12.75. 2.2ft Cauvag Bali, tail uud white, reg. I .ttO Ladies1 White Canvas Bl ue Oxfords ;reg. 1.25 F. COW (ft CO. RIVERViEW-90 r 193 feet on Guiuess Street, 1400 Sold on monthly pay IWt MB PHONE THE FIRST WEEK OF OUR Of our Clearance Sale. A splendid opportunity to buy Office or Domestic Stationery 5TM STILL ON SALE The Merchants Bank will erect a fine buiMLng at Medicine Hat. caioe in from the west on Sunday morning. G. Hood, of Macleod is In the city. H. T. ilacleod of Nelson, B. C., is visiting friends in the city. C. S. Tench of Pincher Creek is in the city. S. Liu'mi of Pincher Creek is among the visitors in the city. Mrs: VT. 6. Hutton is spending a few days at Calgury and Banff. '.Dr.. Fatten is reported much weaker .today. J. a 'rancher In the Sweet Grass Hills, aged 73, died at the Great Falls Hospital. Mrs. D.'A. Smith and Miss Marga- ret have returned -from Sununerland, Two banks have opened branches in the new town'of Hosmer, the Mon- treal and Imperial. The first, train from Great Falls to since the fiood, left Grea morning. Anderson left this afternoon for High River to visit for a few Inspector Belcher of the: R.N.W.M. P., Pincher, Creek, arrived in the ci- ty yesterday.- B. H. Elton txiitbr papers I Shelby Falls last Thursday THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 64 '1 Canary, _clear 02 clear 57 i Bittleford, 'dear 6-1 Swift-Current, clear- Moose Jaw, clear _ 61 Portage >Ia Prairie, elear 63 Port Arthur, cloudy ,64 Deer, clear 71 c'ear 67 Medicine Hat, clear _ fair cloudy 59y.. Brandon, 65? Winnipeg, -clear W' -786 The weather i in the Western prbt- inces lias been fine and cool. Very cool in; many places -in Eastern Mani- toba, temperatures reaching as low as .36 Forecast: .Fineiand warmer today and on Tuesday. Has been a Great Success. ninny for the hundreds .of cnfttomers who have 'attended this .Great Sale The Press Baseball Club will hold practice at the Athletic Park tonigiit. in in whicK advaiitiEige of the 'Great'Money-1 Saviag Bargaiiic now beiugoffered. Hiss iVecna McGuire of Ottawa, is visiting her brother V. W. McGuire. was another all-night en; campmentat- the Dominion Lands of- fice last ..night and a rush this morn- fing for first choice of about twenty cf numerous homesteads -thrown open ia near was in the city yesterday on Milk River. About a dozen of the Will be "placed on our Counters this week which have not been offered before. See our Full Page Poster for. further particulars Do PMtry? If so, our Royal Patent Flour Will interest you Royol Patent Pastry Flour It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat flour. Made from the blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now r Milling 5 Etentar CUti. Coal, Ice and We stern Transfer Co. LONO BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmotal TETLEPHON E. 63 Cool With a glass of our pure Sn Fennfe UK Jiice It will make you forget tbe 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 llterta On; ad look Co. Prescription Specialists Paroid; Roofing Will keep out rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We have it in stock in any quantity Into tt. Itt. his way back from the fair. Dr. P. M. Campbell left on the lo- cal today to join the Alpine-Club at .Roger Pass, B- C. Miss B. A. Ross, of Embro, Cnt., went to Fernie last night after hav- ing spent several days visiting her nk-ces, the MTsses Campbell. Ellis of the C.P.R. ticket of- fice accompanied by Mrs. Ellis, left for Montreal yesterday on an extend- ed holiday. W. G. Conrad, well known here, was endorsed as candidate for the vice presidency by Montana Demo- crats. Miss Marshall, who has been visit- ing Mrs. W. ,L. Mackenzie, returned to her home in High Uiver this af- ternoon. Work will be commenced upon con- siderable improvements and an addi- tion, to the residence of n. Sage to- morrow. Wm. Oliver has the cement work on the new Presbyterian Church com- pleted and the brick work has been started. Rev. A. M. Gordon leaves tonight for Roger Pass.B. C., to join the Al- pine Club. Rev. A. W. R. Whiteman of Cardston, will preach in Knox Church next Sunday. -A. p. Day shipped eighteen carloads of cattle from Raymond to Montreal on Saturday. There were three hun- dred and eighteen head in the ship- ment and are going to the Old Coun- try. F. W. Brown, formerly proprietor of the City Livery atStfedicine Hat, has purchased the Star Shooting G lery from J. W. McDonald who will run'a theatre at the Hat. Mr. Brown will an addition to the gml- lery this fall and put in a moving picture machine. Rev. M. Cooper, of Montreal, tra- velling sccretap- of Upper Canada Bible Society was in the city unoffi- cially yesterday. He gave a b'ricf ad- dress after the communion at Kno.x Church in the morning service and preached in the evening. homesteads were taken. R. ?Uall and Howeli Harris drove across country f rom" Lethbridge last week in .tbrfr ranch- ing interest. While here they arrang- ed S. D. Milliken to build large dipping vats at the Circle ranch, where _the two ineh have, united to dip their 'large herds "of cattle 'is will this year dip more cat tie at the Circle than ever, dipped at RamblirRevmes one place Call. in this Yesterday at Wesley Church the fol lowing were, nominated as representa lives of the congregation on the quar terly official Board. C. Matchett, Geo. "Whclcn, L. .T. Torrance, C. E. Bramlow, Mrs. A. Southard, Mrs. C. R. Daniel, and W. R. Virtue. Seven are to elected and the bal- lotting will take place after morning service next Sunday. C. R. Daniel has returned from a trip to Edmonton, Vegreville and Calgary. It was his first visit to Northern Alberta and he is now con- vinced more than ever that the south is by far the .best part of Alberta. J. H. Leishrnan, who not long ago visited Lethbridge in the interests of Lpwndes Co., manufacturers of 20th Century Clothing, died suddenly at Gait. His home was in Toronto. D.'A. Smith attended the Dominion Fair at Calgary and he called at the Herald office today to declare most Never suspect a friend ofidoingyou wrong.until. the> proof of it plain and as clear as the sun at noon on a cloudless day, and yes, even then do not accuse or .censure until you have .heard from his own lips his version oi the supposed wrong. If you were ever a friend jto him he is certainly, entitled .to .that much forbearance and consideratib'fi. If this rule was practised, many- a misunderstanding .would be averted, and many a heartache spared. Young women have the sa'rae long- ing to get native; towns and live among new scenes and i changed surroundings, that boys -are possessed of. .They feel the weight local environments; even more than the opposite sex; and one fre- quently hears the remark, "I; wish I were a hoy, then J could have- some freedom." Vt This marks a critical period of a young lady's life. She needs, nibre then ever before, wise and Joying counsel, and the sympathetic com- at his .begins -by simply doi ing the is 'told to do, and doing them in a common and ordinj- ary way. If, Key here, he re- mains all'his "life -long a "drudge. But if he begins to see that-business is a greater instrument of .benpficence than that- we .call beneficence, trade is clothing, thousands of .men charity clothes -ten, that .agriculti'ral and milling industries. are feeding thousands men .where charity feeds tqn, It' he begins ;to see how the history' of the world is. linked and is God's way of build-; ing up humanity and serving humari- gets, this larger view, and enters into: it, life is enriched and be- comes itself the. minister whereby love is enlarged and conscience is the school wherein, he is educated out of the lower into the higher. City of Lethbridge Waterworks Department NOTICE AVater pressure Trill be reduced after 1 .a. m. to 7 a. in. to-morrow (Tuesday) and again iu the'even- ing of the sume day. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD, Inspector. emphatically that the LcthbrWge ex- Panionship of a true friend, and there ftat, Tnd Tiri fedprtkSLIB A solid mahogany back Hair Brush, pure bristle, For 50c Don't miss getting one of them whether you need it just now or not. Win- dow full of them. J. J. Johnston -QUALITY QUARTERS- hibit was "all wool and a yard wide." ITc states that he spent con- siderable time in the neighborhood of the Lethbridge and time and! time again heard the exclamations of praise and not in a single instance heard a remark to the contrary. In some cases there were those who, loaded down with printed matter and samples, were seen to discard their whole outfit to give place to what they were' getting at the LethbridgR exhibit. friend Kke a mother in unsel- fish, untiring devotion. Girls, tell your mothers of your hopes and am- bitions, and you rare to For Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. receive advice which you caw with profit, which will do you good. x So far as possible, let all women dress so God dresses the meadows and mountains. Let them wear ytcarls and if the; can afford it. God hung around the neck of His world strings of dia- monds, and braided the black locks of the storm with the bright ribbons of the rainbow. and right after breakfast, crc they expect to be seen: of the world, let them look neat and-attractive for the family's sake. One of the most hid- eous sights is a slovenly woman at the breakfast table. Here is a pebble which everybody Is flinging nt everybody else. Sonic peo- ple give according to their means, others according to their inoannoss. Good temper iti.lflce a sunny day, it sheds its brightness everywhere. Place Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... JUS. ffljkME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 THAT DEBT. It is a small one, to :bc sure, and apparently not worth- a serious thought. Why not then pay it? Why be compelled to suffc-r the mortifica- tion of a thin? Why not take that little thorn out of your finger ntj once? It will-fester Jf allowed to re- main; and cause, ten times the. trou- ble. Why not-relievc the conscience of that little load?