Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
THft HACK TO ITAY ft mutt Tfct vwy bnt for For Ply Season CLEAN, EBECTIVE, COMPACT Brown's.. Fly Goils They may be suspended from the eeiliug.cauuotbe blown about, uo danger of getting oil your clothing. No n- poisonous, nou-dry- iug. Catch more tties to the square inch tlmii any other fty catching device iu the world. k each ar t far 2Sc Family. Dfeptaciaf Rwideot The Store of Quality Are arriving daily PicturevPbst Cards The largest stock iu Southern Alberta, all the newest Ait, Leather, etc. Leave your order.for Pre- serving Berries early as the season is short. HotWtither dewing Sale of CANVAS SHOES MenVWMte Cwlvai Clear at u reg. 1175. _ Bali, Utt and white, White Cantaf Bl w 60 F. COW A CO Lethbridgt We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brod'te Jt Sufford Hkk 4 Waktiy PHONE 62 Another Week Of our Clearance Sale. A splendid opportunity to buy Office or Domestic Stationery MlSflN'S BOM STQRt 1st let if bin Itrt Phone 251 FIX30D POST CARDS STILL ON CITY AND DISTRICT Don't miss she Vaudeville Sketch at the Bijou tonight. G. G. Jewell of the Jewell Lumber Co- of Jaflray, B.C., is in the city. visit THE WEATHER nklmonton, fair................... 76" Calgary, clear..................... .78 Winnipeg, clear 68 Lethbridge, clear............... 81 Medicine Hat, clear...... 80 itcglna, clear First out of a Second Kid tought youse was workin' -in a rubber factory." First was but J got bounced." To be serviceable must be absolutely new. A sure test of' newness is its "re- siliency. If -there is no bounce in it, it's either very old or h's not pnre rubber. We will explain this when you want to make any purchase in rub- ber goods. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Alberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists i, I, filPlEY, lETHRIBSE H. TairCold is on a to Seattle, Wash. Mrs; J. R. Audersou, children and maid, lei't on. Sunday night ou an ex- tended visit to Winnipeg. Miss Hiugs vrill not receive tomor- row nor again until the second Wed- nesday in October. Williams and Bush, refined negro sketch artists will appear at the Bi jou tonight. General blacksmithing aiid repair work at Wilson Slesser's, Ford St. near the mills. Geo. Jfegrey is putting up a fine cottage on Westminster Road in tne Sorth Wiiru. Expert horse shoeing at Wilson ilesser's shop on Ford St., near the mills. Donald McEwen Co. shipped ten cars ol cattle to Winnipeg today from Lethljridge. Dick Hobson is laid up with a sprained ankle received last night while practicing lacrosse. Mr. and Mrs. W. 'J. OTJus of Stett ler, were among the arrivals in the city this morning. J-.Moe, district passenger agent oi the Nelson, B. C., and for- merly agent- at Lethbridge has been trausferreti to Vancouver. L. D. Iving of Raymond, and C Jensen of Magrath were in the city last night on their return from the Calgary Fair. Horse shoeing a specialty at Wil son Messer's, Ford St., near the mills. Defects and lameness correct- ed. Sne nj.d By-Sh at the.Bi iou '.tonight_ in .a twenty-minut sketch entitled "Fun in a Midnight Express." L. H. Jellift of Spring Coulee is in the city on his way back i'rom tne Fair where he has spent sevural 'lays in the interests of the Cardston ux- hibit. f Wong Toy, the proprietor of one of the Chinese restaurants un Baroness Road, fined and costs by Magistrate Humphries for selling li- quor without a license. Win. Harvey of Chippewa Falls, Wis., arrived yesterday with a car- load of settlers' effects.. He went !c Warner today where he had It. G. Addison has painted, paper- ap- Bulletin From Central Office The weather over .the. western pro- the most part fine with moderate temperatures. _ It has turned somewhat warmer espec- ially i .provinces fair and .warmer. r Fancy Notepaper Latest Tally Cards Fancy Paper Nap- kins! Celluloid Eye Shades Rubber Stamp Pads Seccotine F. P. Conybeare has veturned 'ia to Calgary.. '7 been gazetted cess issuer'at Raymond. "H. J. Eastman, of Taber, has appointed a Sheriff's bailiff. "E. N. Barker, Cardston, has been appointed a "Justice .of the Peace. D. J. Whitney is.in Edmon- ton visiting her daughter, Mrs. Buch- an. -Geo. J. Russell oi Westhope, N.D., 'added to the! Weekly Herald's 1st subscribers yesterday. He has jeen. looking over the country and s so' favorably- impressed that he mrposes coming back in the near fu- ture to reside. 'The Y.M.C. and, the Raihvay base- mll teams meet tonight. The came will be a -fast one .and each team is confident of winning aiid deteraiiued to do so. The Railway toam are likely to have some surprises iu More KIVKBVIEW-9Q x 193 feet on Guineas Street, 1400 Bold oa monthly ALBERT E. FVES tan 2, iw PHONE Call and See Oor New Stock I Do Make Pastry? If so, oar Royal Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pas It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The floor is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat flour. Made from tho blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now f Eteiitar Co. Itt. 't forget our PRINTING is situated on the pre- mises ORDER TOO LARGE TO0 SMALL RUBBER Sfi US ed and otherwise improved the jtearance of his undertaking parlors. He is aiming to be up-to-date in ev- ery -particular. for the fans and their opponents: Game starts at 6.45. The Masons .-will have a big time on Thursday night after the laying of the corner stone of the new Central School. The Grand Lodge officers Kill be present and all Masons, local and visitors, are expected t.o be at the Masonic Hall to join in the good time. At S.30 tomorrow evening at St. Augustin's Church, Robert H. Ormond of the firm oi Ormond and Alexan- der, hardware merchants of Pincher Creek, will be married to Miss Anna E. Davies, of city. The ceremo- ny will be ncrforiaed by Rev. C. A. Coord. Both the young people are well and very favorably known in the city. R. C. Marshall, of Marshay, Batch- eller and Skarin, of-Calgary, the con tractors who will put in the city's cement sidewalks, is in the city look- ing over the work. A part of his outfit is already here and the balance is coming immediately. Twenty teams j are expected in today to start haul- ing the -gravel and when the work is well under way, there will bo about forty men on the job. GET YOUR j AT GERMAN'S Ladies' Tailored Garments made to Order and 'Measure Site, ttrts, fctsse, Cob, Mb Hri Latest -Sf Comdr Material, Jfew Exclnwve IfeMigM No Two Gamers Made AKke. UBSOT- pissed WoriiMMhip. LowPricct EuyWeeklr MoatUy If yon "wish. to lie atyl'whly and cor- recti j wri'e to KUIIUSJ MM. LIMITED Lethbridge Alta. Place Your Orders for Creek.-, is. in Clearing Sate Paroid Will keep out rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We have it in stock in any quantity lumter Co. Itl. ftae, Tracl Yart 21 McKenzie, M. wife and child, arrived home last week much improved in health during their ab- sence from Macleod in B. C. and oth- er points. Advance. Jnnse liros. MacDonnell arc building: a shack near the hospital on Bompas St. to serve .is thefr head- quarters while the street grading is being done. Mre. E.. B. Freeman and her son, T. K. Freeman, who have been the frtiests of Mrs. W. A. Buchjinnn for nearly two months, started on their return journey to Burlington, Ont., this morning. The meeting of the Epworth League of Wesley Church was largely at- tended last night and was in charge of the First Vice President, Mr. L. Lundy. The topic for -the evening was "Longings and and was ably handled by Miss F. Prouse, .Mrs. Pipes and Mr. J. Tor- rancc. A piano solo by Miss Edith Prouse and a rending by Mrs. A. E. Humphries were also nv-ich enjoyed. Xext Monday the programme will be in charge of the Literary Department under the direction of Mrs. C. R. Da- niel. Sailboat on North Ward lake every evening from 7 to per hour. 173-6 A solid mahogany back Hair Brush, pure bristle, For 50c DorTt miss getting one of them whether you need it jnst now or not Win- dow full of them. J. J. Johnston Prescription For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands r.nd Lethbridge Properties MMB 1 MM ZStnifi BMCK LETHBRIDOE, ALT A. I1 I Of all Summer Merchandise PRICE NO OBJECT THE GOODS MUST GO Muslin Shirt Waists Lustre and Voile Skirts Fancy Organdy Muslins Shirt Waist House Dresses Crash and Duck Skirts Swiss Mull Embroidered Costumes Window Muslins Laee Ladies1 Coats at almost Half 2 only Silk Dust Coats, grey and navy, regular Yours for Girls' White Muslin Dresses Girls' Pinafores Girls1 Pique Coats ChiMrenTs Silk Dresses THE: CASH STORE A, Macdonald Co, ...WITH.... Satisfaction tof. the J. W. left .last on a trip to Chilfwack, B. C. t; E J-. of Innisfail succeeds AV. I'. .Stevens as secretary of the Al- berta Farmer's Association. Clarence _Eldridge sold 350 head of cattle to A. P. a head. This is a -record, price for the last few years at any rate. The Grand Lcnlge of the Knights of Tythias for not institut last week as Sntendetl. ticipated, however, that', organization be completed this month. Immigration -Agent Humphries leaves in the morning for Winnipeg! v J OH N with one Smart who is to be deport- ed. six months' sentence for bbtjfcning money under false pretenc- es expires today. The Alberta Branch of the Canad- ian White Wynntlotte Club wks rof-j ganizctl at Calgary last week. Warren, of Calgary is president and K. J... Lcthbridge, is one of the vice presidents. The. firm of Hardy Allen, who have for the past years a Hue of high class house-furnishings including carpets, etc., on 8th Ave. East, Calgary, assigned to the Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited. The creditors are .principally Winnijxjg, Toronto and Montreal firms. Joachim's PHONE 289 i v Ring Up 108 i When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily BRODIE: St. Joachim's Church, Edmonton, was crowded to its utmost capacity on Thursday morning at half past ten o'clock when Miss Beatrice Beck, bccnme the bride of Mr. Milton M tiii. The bride was attended hy Miss Tilley and Mile. Martin, and "Jtiss Mnrjorie Beck. Mr. Lucien was man. Ice and IpRAYING Western Trmasfer Co. j LONG BRQS.Proprietors 1 Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE O3 SCAVENGING j: Any person desiring a scavenger -Or closets cleaned can have 4 same done by leaving orders "v -E, P. Police SWtion. with 74-0 The Herald for" High-class Job Work FOR SALE New 7 roomed honse, well locnted, water and light. Apply Box 86, Lelh- bridge, P. 0. 7 FOR MONDAY TUESDAY 6 AND 7' AND Onions. Spoil Tea Service The Fly Farmer's the Food. let Itto ttcHit Of buying your Groceries, Fruit, Confectionery and Ice Cream from us as. we keep the bet t of everything in every line, A feeah shipment of tho finest Preserving Straw- berries arriving erery mor- ning. Leave your early as this week we will give 700 the best quality and the best price. Goods delivered promptly THE GOOD CO.