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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD The Lethbridge Dally Herald THE PLACt TO When m lettibritfge is the OfltUS HIM J. Trie i Tf the Siditlitte True work with hatchet or ;-.xe ds- tjcr.ds Uo :uucb the lorrtj, bruance ur v.- jkul of the workman. nc. J it will r.ot cut deep. I: accara'.'.-Jy uukiuceM :t v.-in is vcrfect it is a-jukiudrd aad 1 The Store of Quality I) Just n-eeived A full assortment i c-; .1 f! P'tf sihf! y jiii'ijjii iii'iiii: aisd? Sutlery are all made to suit the work. la form they are de- signed for fast, clean work and strength of edge. The handles are fined and by exoens, so that the haag and bal- ance are exact. Ail Keen Kutter Tools are fully guaranteed. We sell The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Rcdpath Street P.O. Box 670 Gold Standard Jelly Powders V The kiiid that are the best and you can get 3 full-size packages for a quarter PHONE 21 G. BHBEE8 CO. Only MIOH Store In City "IF Fruit and Vegetables A big shipment recei'ved to-day THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY J I The Geo. A. Slater INVICTUS SHOE Union Made Fit-Reform Fine Tailored Clothing Suits to THE WEATHER Lethhridge, cloudy 75 51 .00 Forecast Saskatchewan and and warmer. Harry Lauder t Records 5 for "Victor and Edison .J: machines Full line of J Swedish Edison Records M Store closes at 6p.m. Phoni 25! 4c New Whitney Block Agent for Underwood Type- writers i Green pure Paris Green, English make, is the only brand "we handle, and the only brand it pays yoia to bay. Apply it early, and give your plants a chance to thrive. It costs a trifle more than the ordinary kind of questionable qual- ity, but your time is worth more than the Paris Green Get it at They Say Summer time is sprain time. Have you a tho- roughly reliable liniment handy You risk being hiirt every time you run. play football, baseball, or most sports. A little of our liniment applied directly after a bruise, sprain or strain will a miracle in a prompt cure. Sold at ;D. FamiJy and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. CITY AND DISTRICT Piche Miron are putting in a re- 'irigerator plant at their slaughter i 1 i F. Hediey and R. Fairbrother are; j! Alberta end Rook Co, Prescription Specialists. I. B. BPLff, lETHBRIOEE Lakes. J. W. Stafford and his bride arriv- ed in the city from the coast this morning'.. Vote for your favorite early and of-' ten for Queen of the Csrnivai. Sea: ad for voting boxes. i Mrs. Stapleton has returned from a three weeks' visit with her parents at Nanton. i H. T. Henderson returned yesier-i :day afternoon from Upper Canada j j College, Toronto. I j Tonight! City Band Dance in K. P. Orpheus Orchestra, Admis- sion SJ.OO, ladies free. I The Press Club and Maple Leafs city league teams play baseball on j the square tonight at 6.4-5. j Ice cream and strawberry social j tonight on the parsonage grounds, j Westminster "Road, North Ward. It's natural for you to the i The game between the Jobbing Co. most and best you can get for Hudson's Bay Co. will be played But when you buy Iat the Athletic grounds tonight and CJTY AND DISTRICT. The Misses Schweitzer entertained a number of their friends on Tuesday evening at the opening of Schweitzer Bros.' new bake shop. The executive requests all cricketers to be on hand at the Barracks to- i night to complete arrangements for i the match tomorrow. j Amateur night at the Eu- j reka. Fun for all. Entire change of pictures. Mrs. .Rev. J. J. Camerom. and Miss Ida. of Raymond, who have bera tb.2 E-uests of Mrs. J. E. Hunt this wee.'c, returned to Raymond yesterday mor- ning. R. X. Shaw, manager of the Can- adian Bank of Commerce at Herbert, Sask., formerly accountant at the local branch, is spending part of his Vacation in the city. Watch for the big sensation at the Eureka next week. There will be a meeting of the op- erators and district officers at Royal City on Monday to details of contract prices at which the Royal collieries will be worked. Prof. Pull a big hit at the Ly- ceum last night. Dees a big act to- night. The following will be the line-up of the Hudson's Bay baseball team in their game with the Jobbing Co. to- night Bolster, pitcher Van Herke, first base -Tarvis, catchefil Hufner second base Carr, third base'; Dai- ton, shortstop Buchan, right field Sc-abrook, centre field left field. A. E. Humphries will act as umpire. Watch Nelson Gow's window Sat- urday afternoon for a sensation. Word has been received from Finca- cr Creek football, club offering to play Lethbridge City at on either the 14th or 21st. They will be asked to come on "Wednesday the 21st on. Pincher Creek's weekly half holiday, when probably a big rrnwri xvill come with the. tftam. Auction sale at Furman's Livery tomorrow afternoon' at 2.30. Five horses, two mares and coits. harness and waggon. W. L. Wilson, auction- eer. LOOK! 20 per cent off on all Men's and Wo-mens' Oxfords Queen for all this week. THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON 4 GOW For a loan on improved city property see me f My cpmpany will loan 60 per cent, of value 1 ALBERT IV STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 J Residence Properties in River- J sale exclusively [by I Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block ------_ Difference in Fabrics and Dyes Which makes our Carhartt Overalls and Coats worth One dollar and a quarter each. When comparing overalls, take into consideration width of leg, height of raise, extra buttons, extra pockets, broad high aprons, non-corroding buckle and blue line sail cloth drill used for pockets. Of coats, length of body-sleeves, etc., etc. If you are examining cotton goods do not forget tha-t there is just as much differeace between cottons as >ool. and a great difference the fabric is dyed "wiih ani- line or indigo. A large shipment of Carhartt Overalls opened to-day, sizes 82 to 50. price S2.50 per suit. Overalls. Canadian make, prices .65c. to Sl.OO: Firemen's Gauntlet Gloves. Carhaitt. Sargent, Big Four. H.B.K., prices. SI.25, S1.7n. We carry a full line of H.B.K. working shirts for men. .75c. up. McKelvie McGwire. Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters'in Lethbridge You must do so cr.ce, cr you will miss cne of the great opportun- ities of ysur life. We are co.rp.'etely sold out in some lines, but we still have a few St-aw and Manure Forks, and everything a tarm- er spades, Hoes, Rakes and Garden Imple- of which must bo scic! at Once at enormously reducel prices. Do you want to Paint your your fence, your bsrn, your, wagon cr your buggy? Do you want to stain your floor o" your furniture? Now is the time to get cheap paints r.nd stains. Cur Enamelwara is going fast. We had a complete new 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. TIE IcIO CO., ITfl. Corner Dufferin and Round A S n a in a fiae improved irrigated farru close to station. Terms reasonable. Farm and city property loans at 7 and 8 percent. Tiie Alberta Securities Limited Corner Round and Redpath Streets Successors to Siberia Realty Co Telephone 141 NORTH WARD NEWS Stafford Agnew Co. Estimates Promptly Furnished your a bill of lumber without getting an estimate from ns, how do you know that you're getting the best bargain that it is possible for you to get? You simply can't tell a thing about it. You don't know whether yonYj lotiuR uoney or not. The only safe way ii 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. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld PMM> 23, 123 ud 321 not on the square. M> t SMOKINE a bottle No smoke-house required. One bottle will preserve 200 Ib. fresh raeat, im- parting a rich smoked flavor. Call and ask to see it. j: J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist Guarantee The dealer is instructed to refund the Money paid for English Liquid Paint, If the same proves unsatisfactory and Not in accordance with our represen- tations, provided a report is made to Him immediately after the job has Been completed; the dealer to have Satisfactory evidence that the paint Wat applied as directed and under Favorable conditions; and that pure Thinners had been used to reduce the Paint." Stafford'Agnew Co. If you live out of town write Mr., and 3Irs. S. E. Jones left, to- day on a to Calgary, B. C. and southern points. They will be away about two weeks. 1 The arrival of a son this week [brought joy to the home of Mr. and i Mrs. E. Loggin. i Lethbridge will soon -have the visit of. Tom Watts, the great English Li- j brarian. 164-O I John Xorman is building two new (house on his premises in the North j Ward. Chief Kroning has placed twelve hundred feet of interlined hose at 2 station in the North Ward. A couple of motor cycles passed up Westminster Road last night. One b'roke down and was towed home by a rope attached to the other. The automobile parade passed j through the North Ward this morn- ing. Mrs. D. Gardner, who has been visiting her Barents, John Graham, went back to her home in Taber today. She was ac- companied by lier mother, who will spend a week with her in Taber. The football game between North Ward and Knox church was not played last night on account of the field being used by the Sons of Eng- land and Foresters. The game will be played at some future date. Be sure to come to the strawberry and ice cream social tonight on the Westminster parsonage grounds. If you are looking for a good time, tnat's where yotf'ii get it. Bargain 4 Corner Lots on Courtland close Westminster to Terms R. V. Gibbons LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 222 OH CLOCK Buys a 7-roomed house on Crabb Street, with two lots and a half. There is not a better buy in the city Grood terms I. L. 5, RIPLEY Michiganders See the City (Continued from front page) Ira H. Clark, wife and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Journal, Lansing. 8. B. Jacobs, Argus, Brighton. A. K. Burrows, News, Port Austin. Mrs James Russell and .daughter Frances, (Mining Journal, Marquette. M. F. Gray, wife and two child- ren, Republican, Lansing. J. C. Buckley, Horseshoers Jour- nal, Detrpit. Miss M'. Buckley, Horseshoers Jour- nal, Detroit. C. K. Goff, Associated Publishers' Syndicate, Battle Creek. _. W. J. White, press Dept. of Interior Canadian Government. A. Smith, rides to and bike. ol the Herald staff, fro every day on his VIEW LOTS 1, 2 and 3; Block 2, BRUNTON STREET Handles This CRABB STREET DUFF ADDITION LOTS AT Suites of offices to in the Bryan Block. rent MONEY TO LOAN The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block PHONE 425 P.O. BOX 261 ISO Acres of good land Iff per acre W. R. Dobbin Co. LAST DAYS of our FIRE SALE If you wish to avail yourself of any of our Phone 122 ;