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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACK TO STAY Wen In Kthbrliige is the OIUH NOTE Recollection of Quality After the Requirements Keen Kutter Tools include not only Carpenter Tooli beat of kind and iraaimntced, The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 The Store of Quality New arrivals Wigan Strawberries Apricots Bananas Oranges Lemons Lettuce Radishes and Green Onions PHONE 21 G. BRADBEEH CO. Only lillON Grocery Store it City Preserving Strawberries Our first shipment has arrived. We can supply you in any quantity. Prices Right. v> v THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Cottage, fine location, elegant law and trees modern and good stable, Bompas St., terms Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block 290 LOOK f 20 per cent off on all Men's and Womens' Oxfords {except Queen for all this week. THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON GOW 15 acres irrigated land, full water rights, on Edwards St., per acre, terms. Adjoining land recently sold for per acre ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK flu THE mm ow Palm Leaf Fans Hammocks All the Latest Fiction I RMfiTSON'S BOOKSTORE Phoni 2SI New Whitney Block Agent for Underwood Type- writerm No Need for i. Argument Every drug used in our Prescription department is selected according to a recog- nized national standard, through intimate knowledge of all Tequirements. They axe pure, they are powerful, they, are they are guarded, handled and compounded with fullest regard to scientific and health principles.' You are safe and sure when we fill youx prescrip- tion.. MkertaDnigaDlBookCo, Prescription Specialist! I. IIFUT, ty, UTMilKf Think Of It Dr. Hess Stock Food ie fed but twice a day instead of three times, and is the only scientific stock tonic and laxative on the market that is formulated by a doctor of medicine and also veterin- ary surgeon. It is also-sold on a written guarantee. F For sale at JJJigintottanSCo.ltH Family and Dispensing Chemiiti. Telephone 49. Night clerk. THE WEATHER. cloudy .76 .00 Calgary, raining, 74 58 .05 Lethbridge, cloudy 77 66 .02 Macleod, cloudy 74 64 .07 Winnipeg, fair 82 68 .00 Forecast Sasatchewan and land local thunderstorms today. an< I Wednesday. Fire Insurance Money to Loan on Improved Farms The H. Macbeth Agency Estimates Promptly Furnished It's natural for yon to want the mott and best you can get for your But when you buy a bill of lumber without getting F. E. Sherman, :Taber, is in the city. Bond concert on the square to- night followed by dance in the K.P. Don't miss the ball game between the Y.H.C. and Press Club oa the square tonight. Dance after band concert tonight. K. of P. Hall. Orpheus Orchestra. Tickets, free. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Metberall, of Creemore, Ont., who have 'been visit- ing- his sister, Mrs, W. A. Hamilton, leave today for their home. Circus-day will open in Lethbridge tomorrow with the grand free street parade by Campbell Brothers Shows jat, 10 a.m- sharp, and will continue i to amuse with the two .big perform- ances at 2 and 8 p.m. in the big water-proof tents. Don't fail to come to town to see it. You can't to miss it. After the concert on the square to- night the band is holding a dance in the K.P. hall in aid of the fund for assisting the boys to go to Winnipeg: where they -go on Sunday next to do their best to uphold the honor of Lethbridge in the big band contest. The dance should receive the kearty support of iJhe citizens. At KfioAS church. Sunday morning another tribute was mem ory of the late Kev. Chas. McKillop, who for so many years was pastor of the church. It was a communion service and the pastor, Eev. A. M. day received a car of wood libre Gordon, im his sermon indirectly, re- plaster and plaster of paria. 1 ferred to Mr. McKillop's work and D. Corkery, of Cobourg, Ont., is! led up to the ceremony of-dedicating visiting in the city. j the 'beautiful marble table.t which had A. Macdonald Co. received a .-been placed at the front of the large number of orders for Miladi j church by a score or so of. those who costumes yesterday. knew hire, well. At the close of the Lethbridge have the visit' service-Mr. Gordon made a brief and jof Tom Watts, the great English Li- j appropriate, address and immed ately v 1S4-O alter the dedication of tihe tablet the Mrs. C. M. Arnold will not receive, i choir sang with "good effect tomorrow nor again till fall. the Bar." At the evening service R G, Addison says that the stnte-jreference was again made to Mr. We-, rnent made at a recent council and and -to the ing that many burials in the public j tablet as a memorial of him. j rcereetery had net been recorded, is j untrue. A record of every interment, j but one, in this cemetery, is Le found at his undertaking parlors. Tom Watts' visit to Lethfaridge wlil be marked with interest. 164-0 D. J. Whitney returned yesterday from a two weeks' trip to Seattle. He says the Fair is quite up to the mark. The Canada building is at- tracting considerable attention. On Dominion Day it was "the whole Mr. Whitney did not know until he returned that he looked at some of his own alfalfa' in the build- ing. A. E. Humphries is for its being there. CITY AND The South Alberta Lumber Co. to- House Furnishings A Big Shipment Just Opened including Fine Paris Net Curtains r Tapestry Curtains Art Drapery Madras Muslins Window Shades Brass Curtain Rods Couch Covers Furniture Coverings Chenille and Tapestry Table Covers I A Good Cash Buy S Two large lots on Torrance Ave. Quick sale for Money to Loan I EAST TERMS. NO DELAYS. J Freeman, Maeleod Graham Phone 173 'I...- P.O.Box 679 I Open and on view to-day at A. MCDONALD GO. UST DAYS if our FIRE SAU If you wish to avail yourself of any of our STURM BARM IN HJMliE You must do so at once, or you will mist one of the great opportun- ities of your life. We are completely sold out in some lines, but still have a few Straw and Manure Forks, and everything a farm- er spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes and Garden Imple- of which must be sold at once at enormously reduced prices. Do you want to Paint your house, your fence, your barn, your wagon or your buggy? Do you want to stain your floor your furniture? Now is the time to get cheap paints and stains. Our Enamelwaro is going fast. We had a complete new stock in, a few days before the fire and every piece must be sold. Our Fire Sale will positively close in a few days. Procrastin- ation is the thief money. THE Mem mm. LTD. Corner Duflerin and Round See ad. in today's issue regarding reception to Tom Watt, the great Eng- lish librarian. an estimate from us, how do you know that you're getting the best bargain that it is possible for you to get? -Yon sinrnlv can'i tell a thing j r about it. You don't know whether rj losing rooney or not. The only safe way is to always let us make you an estimate on what you want before buying else- where, as we have complete stocks of everything in lumber and build- ing material. There's Nothing Just as Good The Painter Knows, and that's why he asks for English Liquid Paint Hansen's i Jelly Lemon yellow Raspberry red Plum purple Berry blue Grape green These colors trace of sediment no J j j. Johnston t Lumber Company Id! I Pkoncs 23, 123 aed 321 Prescription Druggist QUARTERS- knows that the shades are clear He knows that the white base is 70 per pare white lead 30 per cent, pure white zinc Thinned with pure linseed oil, turpentine and dryer. He knows that the biggest item in painting is the labor, He knows that English Liquid Paint covers more, and covers better than any other paint. That's why he says the best paint is The Cheapest Paint Stafford-Agnew Co. If you live out of town write us." Ma-dam Norman's regular weakly i dance will be held at the Caledonian j hall Wednesday night. j Dr. Rivers, of Raymond, is in the city attending the sale of school [lands. j A pretty June wedding took place in when Miss Mary Ellen Elgin, daughter of Mrs. Elgin, Third avenue, 'became the bride of Mr. John Wesley Barrett, of the Claresholm Heview staff. in North Word A well located cottage Close'm. Light and water Price Easiest of tenns R. V. Gibbons LOANS INSUKANCE PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK in a fine improved irrigated farm close to station. Terms reasonable. Farm and city property loans at 7 and 8 percent. Tlie (Iterta Securities limited CHMT Roud ad Kedpath Streets SycctssontollbirtilHltyCg TcbfckitUr 10MESTEJUII Some new Townships will be open in a few days in a very beautiful location and close to railway. For information apply to A. M. MATUUS, Real Estate Room Block Mrs. Blair Ripley leaves on a trip to, the coast this This Is the age of progress end the people want something so in ac- cordance with the spirit of the times Campbell Brothers have added to ,heir Big Shows in every department until now they offer to the public the argest, finest and most complete show in the country. This circus will be here tomorrow. South African Scrip Price Immediate delivery 1. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 OiceS MicdonaW Block Building Lots on Crabb Street DUFF ADDITION Price each Suites of offices to rent- in the Bryan Block. The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Money to loan on close-in residential and business property at current rates Room 8 Bryan Block PHONE 425 P.O. BOX 261 160 Acres of good land Six miles from Warner, only per acre W. R. Dobbin Phone 122 ;