Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
We Sett for Cash TheMcKcowiHHkk i Hardware Coy. s toy 'fta'-. ''it'; 1 .N frr fly KKECTIVR, COMPACT Brown's Fly Coils They- nay be tuapeaded bom the blown abort, no duiker of getting on yonr "cioUmig. yon-poiaonoua, non-dry- ing. Catch mow fliea to the aqaaie ineh than anjr other fly catching derice in TW Stoic of QMHly COOL CLOTHING MIL SAtVOaft'ft CferrtockW Crockery arrived, bat befow am- poking we aoat diapoae olthe aaaortment we now have on hand to mako rooa for new It will pay you to aak pricea fe itt kacy ianneU tad fancy Coal aiAffe or doubk bnaftted. WHITt OUQK of aoftt and.paBU, or aoU LUtTRt OQATt-UtwX cool and oNBfeiteafe., of fK7i jbfawfc or taatK. OUTING atnped UM} rtr comfortable. HctWatthar dttfftagSato af .CANVAS SHOES White GUVM Clear _________taa wkto, l> bditw' Whiu 1-50 l.ttO COW SANFOtD OKT. MANUFACTUIING CO. OH AND WSTOCT Everybody eaU Rochon's, ice cream F. Clay of Coutts is .in the city. G. P. of Coutts is in town. P. Carruthers ami Ed. Cox of Gras sy Lake are in the city. Vaudeville sketches at to- TtKllfW GAME-ATI of Mm. na Frtnt out made the hit thtat By the ot and many other new books, now in stock forget Reduction Sale and Flood Cards OHWSWSTfff Miss Fred HopTans-at No. Remember the refined negro sketch artists are at Bijou tonight. Mr. Elliott of -Milk Kiver is in thft city .today. A. J. G. Hill is in from the Little Bow.'., Miss McDavitt of Elmer. Mo., is visiting Mrs. C. R. Daniel. .Interesting. times at Rochdn's ice cream parlor. Follow the crowd to Rochoft's. His ice'creani is the best "ever." S. .W. Waltersjjf Strathcona. JK -vi- siting iriends in .town. A. M. Ritchie and Miss May Kit went to Calgary today to spend a.few days. .Mrs. Delay and Miss Delay Jeft to- day to spend a" vacation, at Calgary afltl Banff. Geo. Green and Miss Ida Green re- turned last night from a two weeks' holiday at Mont. .Special sale of confectionery and stationery at Reid's confec- tionery at cost. Walter Rosa and Jack Ross of .the Brown Ranch, are in the city.. T. GU THE WEATHER Edmoni clear Medicine Hat. clear..... Regirut, clear........... Winnipeg, clear......: ...80 Bulletin From Central Office Fino veather has, prevailed Manitoba to the Rockies. I and very warm day and Thursday.________________ Y. up to mark he wouM M ftf. r The Railway c Xpthid runs, itiy a Mis- lead of r ovar tV brakeoM had fowU. hi, the srrenth KAJ way tjfAjsvore fjtxufA runs Ex In the ninth ta% V M. C. battaid. m another btt half Railway MIows 54 j the aeon tfciwpffc, poor finding by 561 Y. "Jf. C. GcfcfBr closed the a catch m right In th runs had to be eaUsd account 3 of darkness .The: Medicine Hat Tunes says. f. June 29, by the Hev_ H. j T J. McLean of Leth- bridge to Miss Lena Beaton of cine Hat jl Gram A Southard left on the Spo- G. kane Flyer this morning en route to I Geiger' Sew York on his semi-annual buying Austin.e.f. trip Whtie he will visit Bos- Clark ton, Quebec. Montreal. Toronto. Ha- milton_ andjaany of the other large Railway manufacturing centres His assist- Houk 3b ant manager Mr B Bk Mills is in Kenny LI. charge of the business during his ab- Cannichael lb. aence. Barber 2b. the request of the Prince of Green Wales, members of the Northwest Cnlbertson Mounted'Police are to- be sent to I Chimnowski e f. AB R 5 J 5 5 0 L-0- '2 Oil 0 103 o 4 C 4v 1- 0 0 4 iCl 1.3 40 6 63010 AB R H PCTA OFINVBSnT Frawt both sacondarj- and' an houor graduate 'of Toronto Uni- ersity, B A in 1699, M.A., in 1903, allfornia in 19O5; now rnsMiir of Ctaaaica in Western University, Lon- Oat. MODERjf LANGUAGES L. H. Alexander, B A., M.A or graduate of Toronto, taught in O tawa "institute- examiner for a number guAges m Inching in the New York, where he has been in charge 67 a de- partment 15 instructors Highly by Professors of Colum- bia' University, New and of the City ENGLISH 'LITERATUBE J. W. Broadus, B.A jrf A., Ph T> B Washington M'A' University "of Ph. !D., Har- xard Professbr of Eng- lish in "University of Dakota, 'l and more recently mhtructor in Har- vard University ASSISTANT PROFESSOR "OF MA- AND LECTURER 'IN" ENGINEERING Mr. Muir Edwards, M Sc. of Mo PHONC c.f. KJnnear s.s. 5.0 4 1 SO 112 5112 3 0 213 3 2 2 0 2 ,2 1 1 4 0 0 "0 4 0 0 0 ,O 000 0 1 2 5 111 000 'i'in" opt of a job." toaght'yotiiBe WBB workin' -ia a rubber factory." First was but I got bounced." Robber Goods K ;._ To be serviceable must be absolaiely new. A sure teetof newaeM is its re- siliency. If there is no bounce in it; it's either very' old or it's not pure rubber. We will explain this when yon want to make any purchase in rub- ber goods. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time more is with them. S. J- Shepherd of W. O. Simmons' office returned'last night after a trip to the Coast and other points an Western Canada.. Mrs. Matthews-of Macleod is visit ing.a Jew days with Mrs. H. F. Reeve, Geo. Green returned this morning from a holiday spent with his sister n Kalispel, Mont. Rochon says he has to "dig in" to supply the demand lor his Ice cream but he's doing, it. Knpx Church choir meets at 8.30 sharp for practice this evening. Full attendance is requested. Mrs. T.'IJ: Clark fwho has been ser- iously'ill for the" past month'Is im- proving slightly. B. Shaw of Boundary Creek spent 1 1' 1 93O11 Quebec the tercentenary celebra- tion to act as a personal bodyguard to him. "commissioner, a super- O'Brien p tttendent vand will com pose the ijoctyguara. From "K" di- vision Constable4 Chalkley of Medicine LY- Gonstabii Boylaa. J _., bridge, have been chosen' Railway 4 t McDonald the city after an absence of a_ A. number of ooo .000 0--5 Do Yom IWw If ao, oor Royal Ftovr Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will yon 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour ia cheaper than ordinary hanj wheat flour. from the blending of soft and Jiard wheata. Your Grocer has it now Ota SBf t Bmtir Ci Itt Rarmottd M NOTICE All persons having claims against Rogers Borup 'are requested to forthwith render same to-C. 8. Borup -3 75-3 v T, S ____________ HORSE FOR SALE .A first cfass driving Ahorse Apply to Box 385, lletbb'ridge Alta 75 6 has returned to 'J Moore. F' Green' few bases on balls 3> sports maintain that tney haVe a O'BHen 17, passed balls, Green, Dou man who can show Macdonald hist measure on the mat. "Wne. le" oa Y-M, 9 show the' "giitterof the 4- time l 43' attwihnte small, _ f _ responding amount will be forthcoj ing from this city and Mac will ar- range a match. "''Something, that promises rto be of interest' to the Lethbridge public arid the surrounding country will be pull- ed the 'Fair' Grounds Friday evening at 7 p.m. in 4 riding and roping-, contest for the championship of Southern Alberta.- Dave tin of. CardsLon and Mr. Bill Davia from Oregon will ride for the cham- pionship of Southern Alberta. James 'Austin' and Mr. Smith George H. Williams, mger of the Jubilee yesterday -r l with his, broth- ppeared at Wesley ter will .be at "riday and Saturd -eek wi.th a company-of fine rtists in a Mr wil Prescription Specialists I LUMBER See our New Ink fmt Boors Prices Right er Shaw, of: the customs office, while 011 hjs way back from the Fair. Constable Capstick, lately of Leth- bridge; has been added to the.Medi- cine Hat force, to replace Constable Chalkley, who has gone to Quebec. The work on the Cardston bridge has progressed rapidly and it is ex- pected that trains will run over it on Monday although it may possibly not be ready The students of the public schools are requested to assemble tomorrow afternoon 'at a tiuarter to three at the Central School so as to take part in the -laying of the cornerstone of the .new, school. Principal Hamilton will bo present, cowing down from Macleod tonight for that purpose. A. Li. Roy, liquor' merchant, ex pects to move front iis present quar- ters in the" CoaWafe block 'to the pre- mises previously occupied by Geo. Houk Co. The Alberta Realty Co.' has leased .the place vacated by A.-L; Roy and-. will .move their offices there from the old Bank pf Montreal build- ing. rope and tie steers on time for the championship. Guy Weadick aiw wife, who are from the 101 Rand Wild West Show, will do some trie roping, A.quarter mile dash betwetj horses .owned by Mr...J. J. Furraan and Mr. Ives for a purse of 125.00 and a half-mile pace by horses owned jy J. J. Furman and Mr. Hayr. Thi programme will no doubt draw, quit ah attendance- as everyone intcreste< is well known in this section. Sailboat on North Ward lake tvtry evening from 7 to per hour. Humphries. JUBILEE SINGERS COMING .University, son of Dr Edwards of Macleod, Alta has been Professor in McGiJl, University for five years, and has made a specialty of municipal states that pective number of students when class es, open in September IB attleasi 50 The Senate did the natural thing it decided to confer ad- eundeu gradum upon the members of convocation and also upon such other university graduates' as make cation with-proper credentials Before the meeting of a convocation The committees appointed, were Executive. the Pre- and Mr Justice Beck, Dr Fer ris and McDougall. A McDougall, treas- urer. Messrs McCaig, Strathy, dell and _the Building and Grounds: .The-Presi- dent, Messrs., McCaig, Riddel) nnd Beck. FOR A team oi young horses, can be seen at JR ranch, i mile south of Diamond City 75-6 HORSES FOR SALE pld mare, m foaljone 2 year old mare; one 2 year old horse and one''4 year old horse One second hand double wagon Will sell cheap for .orjfwiU icxchange-ipt, milch cows or city lots seen at Fur man's .liyery Barn. Jtaquire for Henry Bygr... _ ,t GET YOUR j 1 SHOES AT I GERMAN'S j the principal who Jbf thto Lucy ening entertainment there wilr be -.-i number of classical: and .comic, songs and also dancing... This company comes, to us recommended ,as most of the .jjeaiding- tfcirchef Southern Alberta Moving pictures theVsame each even- ing. Price of admission for three evenings 15 and 45 ..5 ._ .2.6.2 Lcttritft A DAY'S DROWN INGS Kalph swn of Dr. Wales, Elniira, Ont., was drowned while swimming. A young man named Carson, Moncion, T'f. B., drowned in ac ri'rer. Miss Ivy Cull, Winnipeg, drowned at Lake Melisson, North Dakota. Douglas off wharf at Toronto awl drowned.- Fred Cook, 24 years old, foil off the C. P. R. deck at Windsor, Ont., and drowned. Wheat-''. No. 1 Northern No. 2 No'rthern No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern NO. i Alberta 23 and 123 A -solid mahogany back Hair Brush, pure briatle, For 50c Don't miM getting one of them whether yon need it now or not. Win- dow fill of them. J; J. Johnston -QUALITY For M lavettMftt TOWN ptoremr or See W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridffe Propertieii LETHWCIDGK, ALTA. No? 2 White BASEBALL RESULTS J At Jersey i'V." Baltimore Jersey City Eleven innings. v, Newark Providence At Rochester' Buffalo 2nd Rochester: .4.9.2 Buffalo At i Toronto .0 Montreal .3 Game called end. eighth, rain. -.v4.9.2 Place Your Orders for OWING Goal, Ice and PRAYING Transfer Col tONG BROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE i At Si. Louis Philadelphia ,2l5.2 At Boston- Boston Cleveland At, New Detroit .jr.-. .8.9.0 New York .3.12.3 At Washington Chicago 2nd Game.. !..4.11.5 Chicago .7.16.0 NATIONAL: At St. St. Lou .1.5.2 Boston .4.7.4 At 'r Cincinnati .4.12J New "fork .3.5 j PHONE 289 At Good's Preserving Strawberries _ 'Oberries L" Sweet Cherries Fresh Raspberries Peaches Apricots Cantaloupes New Potatoes THE GOOD CO. ft. Upland Blue .Joint Dry flint akins PJT.lb. Cunrd hides........ per lb. RawSend, NO. i PROGRAMME WEDNESDAY THURSDAY AT. THE BMOU The Gay Vagabonds The Italian sSonf The Sport In Trouble ''go' to Two Flip. WATCH FOUHO A gold watch Saturday, near TaUce" Livery., Aj to'JT. R. Perry. 3 doors'east of scr Hotel.