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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PLACE TO Fine Points s2r YSW We SeO for Cash CLEAN, EEBCTIVE, COMPACT Brown's Fbr Coils They may be atapou from the ceiling blown 4boott no danger of getting on yoor clothing. Non-poieoiMHw, aop-dry- ing. Catch more Atee to the square inch than any other ay catching derice in the world. 5c eacfc 6 for 25c The Store of Quality Our stot-k ol Crockery has arrived, but before on- packing we mist dispose of the assortment we now have on hand to make room lor new goods. will pay you to ask prices 25 BELOW Friday Hid Saturday Tfcfe la no joke bat t good solid bet, OB Friday we ibftU olwr ttaek ol BOYS' WASH SUITS G.UHKEUCI. I HsW fttfe percent the ragiritr tolling msprise-Wkite Drill witk whitt cotkn White Drill with sailor collars, White Onsh vtifc black Blown Holland trimsaed white, Light Bine Print white stripe, Gray Linen with stripe effect, etc. Tfc McKcown-Hidi i Hardware Coy. PHONE 62 Hurrah for.Jell-Q. It's bully ;tiuT. Fresh home grown strawberries 'al- ways on Budd Read's. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Xiven aad Viva of Calgary are visiting Mrs. 52 54 64 60 58 Mechanical Books For Engineers Carpenters Plumbers, etc. See Window Display MtoMtMsi 2SI Every in this city uses our YroletCream to remove sunburn and tan and to keep the skin in a fresh and clear condition. There is no better prepara- tion for ladies' use, to use ou baby's tender skin or for gentlemen after shaving PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Prescription Specialists lIBflfl, LETHBE Mrs. B. T. Miss Isabel of Bow Island are visiting Mrs. Jas. Wallwork, Round St. Buy home grown are the best. Budd Reed has them on hand. They can't be beatem: George Rogers will not receive on Friday, nor again until mid- dle of September. The school at Coaldate.will be er- ected by day work. The estimates were lowered considerably. Miss Frantic L Ormond of Pincher Creak is the guest of Mrs. Itevies, flompas St. Miss Lilian Ireton, of Moosomin, Sask., is visiting her aunt Mrs. Da- vies, Bompas St. The Herald had a visit from the real Josh Billings who is the advance agent for Norris Rowe's great.cir- cus. Say, be sure and taste the jelatine made from JelJ-O powder at J. BrofSa Co.'s store. r" Donald Morrison of the Morrison Grain Commission Co., Winnipeg, with Mrs. Morrison, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.- John Taylor. All the ladies of the city are invit- ed to visit the J; Brown Co. this week where the advantages of Jell-O Powder are being .demonstrated. H. J. Hardie, manager of the To- ronto Type Foundry at Winnipeg is in the, city today having come down from Calgary last night. He leaves tonight for Winnipeg. John Hireen accompanied by his mother, wife and child, came in on Thursday from Lamed, Kansas to vi- sit his brciher-in-Iaw T. McXabb. He is very favorably impressed with our city Mr. H. .T. Gordon, district engin- eer of the Alberta government, Ray- mond, was in the city yesterday anJ will, go to Taber in connection the traffic bridge and on his return will locate a telephone line between Taber and Lethbridge. THE WEATHER Edmonton, fa ir 78 Calgary, fair 88 Vedicine Hat, ctort fair 88 fEu lietiu From Central Office and Saskatche- wan, fine and warm. Frulay and _warm, a few local thunderstorms. Alberta, fair and warm but local 'thunderstorms today and on Friday. Regular with 2.10 2.25 3.00 ii 1.60 1.70 2.25 Hot WetUier Cfarfeg Sate of CANVAS SHOES Moos WateCaBTM Bbeker BsJa.Mc.13. Clear at u u Oifocda, Ng. 1176. Bait, taa aad 0 u White Blue ieg. II A) M F. COW CO. Utttriwgs MiMMMMMMMMMMOMMMMMtMMMM Asi Sta Sdteg Us si the ItoitMy PUa ALBERT K.IVES RHONE 1-4T 20 per cent off Ladies' Waists We have just received a stock of White Lawn Waists which we are also offering at attractive prices. The for tlae Any man can fix Jell-O. suit must be delicious. Mrs. G. :A. Stevens left east last night. W7R. Virtue is going to Winnipeg in the morning. Mrs. Robt. Ninxmons'left last night for Calgary and Banff. Be sure and hear the Jubilee Sing- ers, tonight at the Bijou. Mrs. Wm. Virtue leaves In the morn ing on a.'.-visit' to Ottawa, Ont. G. J. Bryan, B.A., principal of the Calgary Normal School, is in the city on business. Don't miss hearing Mr. George H. Williams of the Jubilee Singers v to- night at BUM. Mills of .the Union Bank staff goes to Macleod today to re- lieve .the accountant there: Miss Dora Nimmonji entertained her fellow students ot Standard VTH on Tuesday celebrate con- Regular .70 with 1.10 1.75 2.50; 3.00 u .55 .85 1.40 2.00 2.40 JELL-O DEMONSTRATION A packet of Jell-O and a pot ol boiling water will make yon a variety of delicious deserts. Saves time, trouble and temper. Come and see our free demonstration and taste some of the dainties. J. BROWN CO. LTD. Mtofttfry? If to, ow Pktmt Flow WiUiotenttyom Royal Patent Pastry Floor It will save, you 25 per cent in lard bills. The floor b cheaper than ordinary haid wjieat floor. Made from the blending of soft and hard Yoor Grocer has it now Efefl mi ft Neuter b. Ltt. CHARMING NUPTIAL EVENTS f Auguatiu's. The bride was given away by her' brother MI of Pincher Creek. rupported by Mr. The grocii: was .Stephen f.uml The Daily Herald would like to se- corner stone laying ceremonies, cure good live correspondents at Ray A lady who purchased a pair of mond Doors Sashes See our New Fmt Boors Priors Right Phones 23 and 123 W__1 -A T___L .isra nsm si inm Mitt Magrath' and Pincher Creek. Miss Dewar of. Hamilton, Ontario, the fiancee of Dr. Patton, of Coutta, who is seriously ill at the Gait Hos- pital, will arrive in the city Satur- day morning. The announcement that Joshua Marsh of Bow Island had been 'ap- pointed a Justice of the Peace in last night's Herr.kl was a mistake. The item should have read that Mr. Lalfarch had retired from this posi- tion. A "drummer" who vr.is In the city yesterday thinks the square is a great boon to the city. He closed an order with W. A. Blenner-TInssctt on the square lost r.ight at 9.30r The night being warm, they held the ap- pointment outside. J. Bryan of Calgary is hi the city today. He is completing arrange ments for the erection of his block on Round St. Rex Virtue will be the Superintendent. Work be commenced next week. Mr. shoes at one of the city stores a few days ago was surprised to find a fet of false teeth in the box. The teeth were returned to the store the man- agement of which will be gTad to hand them over to the owner when located. The officer who has commenced drilling the recruits in "the city was surprised last night. To show the proper attitude of a soldier when the command "shun" was given, he back ed tip to a. tree. .His white hat was too great a temptation cat which was on the tree eight or ten fett above the officer's head. Tt jump ed first, alighting on the officer's head. He jumped next. Pincher Creek while Mias Muriel Mac- leod of Lethbridge and; Miss' Marga- ret Macleod of Pibclier .Creek, nieces of the bride were bridesmaids. An- other neice, Miss Margaret Robinson of Toronto, was maid of honor. J. B. Robinson of .Toronto and J. F. Macleod of Lethbridge served as ush- ers. _ The bride was charmingly dressed with a lace robe over white silk. The maid of honor looked very pretty in white mull. Miss Muriel Macleod in white muslin, and Miss Margaret Mac- leod in white silk crepe. The going awuy gown was of navy blue Panama and she wore a white pic- tare hat. The ceremony was performed in the presence of only the members of the families and a very "few intimate friends. After the Jtmu wTer a garden reception was held at the home of Mrs. R. E. Sherlock. Bom- pas The the recipient of a great many'beautiful presents. Mr. and .Mrs. Tench left o beautiful gifts. Alter the ceremony, about ROOMS TO LET new Stafford Block. CXVSiiOii Furnished roms with on tnej meals 25c- at Adam's Board- Tenders for ex-1 in? House now nin by Mrs. Talbcrt. u i 1755 Banff through the British Columbia lakes. They will resRle on Mr. Tench's ranch, a few miles from ley. Among the out-of-town gueats were Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Maefood and Miss Margaret of -PJmcher Creek, H. F. Macleod of Xelaoii, B. C., Mrs. C. guests partook of the wecMing at the home of the bride's mother Botnpaa St. The young couple left on the morning train for Portage la Prairie and Winnipeg. The bride' going away gown was -a handsoim suit of green velvet trimmed witl Copenhagen blue with merry widow hat. KsjestSnpiitlRStRet A solid mahogany back Hair Brash, pure bristk. For 5fe t mifin getting of them whether you need it jtist now or not. Win- dow fall of them. J. J. Johnston For MI m TOWN PtOretTY or FAtM LANDS See W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties AMA. DON'T MISS THIS EVENT TJw matinee to-be beWl on fair. grounds Friday evening will be one Cf tlie of its kimi CVC1T pulled Off here, nccortling to the present calcu- lation. The racers are well matched and the owners are out for blood. The broncho riding will be good and record tic. Taken all in all the ex hibitiori should be a good one as th< preparations have been looked afte to the last detail in order to mak it such. The performance will star promptly nt 7 p. m., Friday evening July 10th. fast ns the horses are wild and boys ere as good as in this part of the country. One "feature of the performance that will place it for su- perior to some exhibitions of the same kind that have been given here will he that of loading in the bucking fcorses that are to be saddling them and not turning the whole bunch loose and catching thetr. up ns was done recently. This should eliminate nil delays. The steers arc food steefl wild range stock and no docbt keep tho ropers on Iheir mettle in order to a good swift catdl sfH a TOMORROWS HERALD Tomorrow Cfce Herald wii is- sue a supplement containing a history of the Public Schools of 1-ethbridge and it will be liberally illustrated. Pcrsonn in the city deairing extra cop- ies should notify The Herald Office by Phone No. 106 before noon tomorrow. Jubilee Singers tonight at the Bi jou. HOUSE TO RENT 6 roomed brick cottage on Duffer in trcct. Entry 1st August: Applr Gibbon: Per tale A good useful home, weighs about 100 Ibs., will ride, drive, or work. Apply .T. Partinson, Smith St. 176-3 Far Exefcanga Half section, of clear -prairie land southeast of" -Lethbridge. Will ex- change for city property or business. Apply-E.-T. McGregor, Block, or Box 387. 176-6 POSITION WANTED Experienced stenographer and gcnf eral office asBUitiint. Box 334t Leth- bridge. t f M MATINEE AT THE- Fair Grounds friday, July 10, BEGINNING AT 7 P. M. Trraisportation io the grounds will be on the streets at 6 p. m. Roping and Tying Wild Steer onJRecord Time Riding Outlaw Bronchos Fannan ami Ives, riding their own hones, will make a quarter- mile race for a purse of 125. JThere will be a Gentlemen's Driving a Boys' Pony Race and other attractions. Rope Spinning by Oiy Weadick of the 101 Ranch Show. COME ONE COME ALL ;