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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Fine Points im HAG! TO fTAY We Sdl for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. SMCMMntaBradteft Stifert Md Hick Wakdy PHONE 62 ftr Ply CLEAN, il EEECTIVE, COMPACT Brown's fly They may be {roan the ceiifog, cannot be blown about, no danger of getting on your clothing, non-poisonous, non-dry- ing. Catch more flies to the square inch thau any other fly catching device in the 5c eact tr t for 25c Family aod TeiepboM Clerk The Store of Quality OH AND DISTKia Dr. Norwood of Tabor is in the at all prices, and all the latest magazines Store Open until 10 p.m. on Saturday Manors m sw if WIGEN'S STRAW BERRIES The kind you preserve and that stay preserved. We shall be in a position to fill preserving orders Mon- day and Wednes- day o! next week. .The price will be night ti law I WB WIN A PRIZE Wa lor the beat Loaf ol Bread bow Otr Best Floor And entered at ttoa Fair First 13.00 Second 200 Third 1.00 Your Grocer Sells It yyisisi A MJ tffnv OL in, G 7. GREEK, Hot Watthsr dNriag Salt of CANVAS SHOES Oxfaria, wg t5. Cbam Bab, tea and vkife, raff. IS Udiw' White GumBlBeOiloidft, wg II JO F. COW A CO. Just as easy to be Good Looking i as not when you use our Violet Cream i What is the use of being sunburnt, tanned or freck- led when by using freely a little of this wonderful akin food you can protect your skin from all these blemishes. PHONE 272 FREE Anywhere, any time HkrbDriinJIookCo. Prescription Specialists LI. MB, Mr. LUMBER I Doors Sashes See our New Inspector Belcher of Fineher Creek is in. the city. Miss JDcvrar of Hamilton'arrived hi the city this morning. F. Sick returned lust night from business trip to Tacouia. A.party of North Dakota land ers are registered at the Windsor. A" special lelt at 6.30 lost night to take about thirty Masons to Taber. W. left "for Ednoetoa this morning to read examination pa- pers. R. H. Davidsoa from a short holiday "spent in Cal- gary. Geo. W. Gulp, manager of a big farm at Spring Coulee, is in the city today. L. M. Johnstone has returned frpm a trip up the Arrow Lakes in British Columbia: S. Hailman came from Cajgary last night to fix H. E. iliebach's ga- soline engine. o effort is being organ- ize a branch of the Grand Army of the Republic in Alberta. Wilson. Messer are making a repu tation as expert horse shoers. Shop on "Ford St. near the mills. J. Mercer of Pincher Creek and X. H. Mercer oi New York, both arriv- ed in the city this morning-.. .Miss Gertie Davidson, of Toronto is few days m the city visit ing her brother R. R. Davidson. Everybody knows Wilson Messer can't be beaten for general repair work. Shop on Ford St. near the mills. Miss Naonie and Elsie Ledgenvood or Kalispel, arrived in the city las night on a visit to their Mrs Howell Harris. H. E. Miebach, with Mrs. 3Iiebach spent a few days in Calgary thi: week. Mrs. Miebach went to sptnn a short holiday at Banff. Miss Pearl Pulley is expected hoto on. Monday evening from Tacoma where she has been attending th Conservatory of Music. Messrs. Satchel! or Marshall and S Kairu brought their cement miiu yesterday and are ha v ing it repaired at the Iron Works. Mrs. A. E. Ham, on the Dr.'a SJ vice has gone to England where sh will remain until May next in th hope that her health may improve. The band did on th square last night on account of Mis Hatch's remains being in the Churc of England. They will hole! a sacre' concert Sunday night. The services at the Baptist Churc tomorrow will be conducted by Rei F. Hunter of Pincher Crook. Stra gers will be Sankcy hym books used at evening service. J. W. Low, principal of the Care Iston public schools who has bee presiding at the departmental exam inations here, went to Edmonton th morning to read examination papers When in doubt where to go for first class job of horse shoeing go t Wilson Mtisser, near the mills. Yo will never be ir. doubt again. On job makes you a regular and a sa THE WEATHER Eduionton, fafx .....I 76 84 llegiua, clear.....................80 Winnipeg, clear 81 Lethbriclge 91 90, Bulletin From Central Office _ weather throughout the prairie provinces has continued for the most part fine and has been quite warm though somewhat cooler than last re- port, arid Saskatche- wan, fine and very warm today and .Sunday. Alberta, fine and warm today and on Sunday. v COOL CLOTHING ASK FOIL SANTOIUVS OUTINQ in fancy ftannels and Uney homespuns. Coat or double breasted. WHITE DUCK SUITft-Coo- oTeoat and pants, or separately. LUSTRE odcl and cautorUble. Made of grey, black or Uocjr lustre. OUTINQ PANTS-ltate of striped grey flannel and very comfortable. SANFOIO MANUFACTURING CO. WINNIPEG, MAN. Sea- me for a number of Braving Co. Itetad below Market valae. Pull parttealan oa i ALBERT LIVES i i PHONE A. .A A-little boy came to live at .Neil Stalker's today. Tomorrow is the Orangeman's grea est day of the year, the Twelfth of Krd Front Doors I Prices Right w b. Phones 23 and 123 Trick BASEBALL RESULTS j -EASTERN: i At K.H.E. Baltimore ..T..................5 Xewark .4 At Jersey City- Providence..................... 3 Jersey City ....................1 At Buffalo .8.16.5 Rochester At Toronto Montreal NATIONAL: '-_ At Rev. Mr. of Cardston j Chicago .3.10.0 vill preach both morning and even- Philadelphia at Knpx" ChurchHomorirow. At St. R. J. Gordon, of Stirling, Domin- infLitnd Surveyor, will move into he city and will build a jpsidence on Vshmead St.. C. Walsh, of the Western Tinsmith- ing Co., returned last night from Bredin's ranch, 75 miles north of the where he was installing a water if ting screw. The Field Battery is practising three, timesxa Monday, Wednes- day and Friday and is making-ex- cellent v progress. There are still some vacancies in the force and Ma- jor Stewart Is ready to recruit a few more. Ray: Mr. Harrison will take for his1 morning subject tomorrow "Ab- ram pleading for Sodom, the condi- tions of effectual prayer." The sub- ject in the evening will be "Saul or the result of an outraged conscience" Strangers welcomed. The Calgary Lacrosse Club is due to play here on Tuesday, July 14. Our boys got defeated in Calgary al- though by the action of the Associa- tion the game does not count but they feel confident that they can re- trieve themselves here next Tuesday. It will doubtless be a decidedly in- teresting game. The baseball team went to Pinch- er Creek last night to play a Crow's Nest League game. By their defeat of.Macleod a few days ago, the pin- cher Creek bunch demonstrated that that they can play ball. It is to be hoped that Capt. Nicholson and his crew will be able to get the long end of the score. The players who wenlNare Nicholson, Brandow. J: Moore, F. Green, L. Green, Pulley, Houk, W. Brown, -with Bruce Davies as supply. Dick Robson went with them as chief rooter. At the W. F. M. S. Anglican meet- ing >n TCnov Church, on. Fride.v noon cm interesting paper was read Mrs. MeClenaghan on "Famous Women ?.lcdical Missionaries." The subject for the meeting wns medical missions. Readings were given from "Gloria Christi" telling of the immense work being dono in hospital and otherwise supplanting the inhu- man cruelties perpetrated by so-call- ed "native doctors." One hospital reported patents and 797 op- erations the first year, while some- times one thoiisar.d people would be standing in line waiting their turn. St. Louis......................0.6-3 Brooklyn At Pittsburg .....................7.12-4 New York .....................6.12.2 At Cincinnati.................r..5.9.1 Boston AMERICAN: At New Detroit New York At Cleveland ;5.9.6 .7 2.6.6 At ,-5 Washington .....72.10.0 Chicago "I; 2.10.3 Game called on account of dark- ness of IStK MINE WORKERS APPEAL July 18 of the United Mine Workers of America have decided to appeal to CRT Su- preme Court en bane of Alberta ag- ainst the decision of Mr. Justice Stu- art in dismissing the actioc for some damages entered by the Un- ited 3fine Workers against the Strath cona Coal Company for a violation of their agreetffrnt, made under the provisions of the LettiTeux Act. The appeal will be entered on the ground that section 62 of -the Ijainieux Act provides for the enforcement of an agreement made under that Act, and also that a miners' union has the right to make an agreement collec- tively, and have, therefore, the right to ..sue The decision to appeal this case was the result of a meeting of the officers of [District' 18 of the United Mine Workers 'of Am- erica and the solicitors of that or- ganization, held in Calgary on July 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL s. Paid-up Capital Beoefveaod Uodivided ,400 BOARD Or DIRECTORS Sirfl.Montagu AlUn Pretideut JonftthinHodgaoii, Vice-President C R. Hoaroer, Thot. LOUR, Esq., C. F. Smith, Eaq., Hugh A. Allan, Kaq., C. M. Haj t, Alex. Barnet, Eaq, 1 F. Orr Lewig, Eaq. V E. F. Hebden..........................General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributai throughout Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS inyited, and apecial atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current LETHBIIDGE E. W. McMULLEN, Muarer TAFT FAVOfW PUBLICITY Hot Springs, Va., July publicity of campaign funds is to be made a feature the coming cam-r paign has been made very clear-to- day. Mr. Taft had extended t alks with Chairman Hitchcock and with Geo. B. Sheldon, treasurer of the 'na- tional committee, who arrived here, and the necessity for the strictest compliance with the New York law in relajtion to the publicity of cam" paign funds of ihe national eonriinitt topic. ATHLETES IN LONDON Say Marathon Canadian Curse U London, July Donations con- tinue to flow into the Olympic fund for the entsrtainaient of the foreign athletes: The latest' subscription is from Lord Strathcona who has given The committee has arranged a special reception for all the officials and athletes at the Grafton-Galeries in Bond tomorrow night. In practicing at the Stadium yes- terday John A: Lanagan of New York threw; the 16 pound hammer 173 feet, 2 34: of an inch short of the world's record. A -number of the Canadians ran ov- er the Marathon course from Wind- sor, Castle, to the Stadium today. They declare there is in the world. not a better course OT CANADA. A solid mahogany back Hair Brush, pure bristle, For 50e Don't criss getting one of them whether you it jnst now or not. Win- dow fnll of them. J. J. Johnston -QUALITY QUARTERS- For an lavestaent m TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lcthbridgc Properties RiNBlMriZSMfcd Htdt LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Canadian Bankers' Association MONEY ORDERS payable in all parts of Canada and the United States, sold at all Branches. OredteT Lefcn Grttt issued for the use of Travellers, available in all parts of the world. teftfWlt established at all Branches. Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. N Canadian Pacific Single Fare for Round Trip from all points in Alberta to Quebec and return tickets on Sale July Final Return Limit, August 6 Tickets will be validated for return at any point en route on direct line For full particulars as to rates, routes, apply to nearest ageut or write to J. E." PROCTOR, Dist. Paw. Agent, CALGARY, COMING TO CANADA Liverpool, July Duke of Norfolk, Lord Roberts and a distin- guished party sailed today on the Canadian Pacific liner Empress of Ireland for Quebec to attend the Tercentenary celebration of the founding of Quebec by Champlain. TO RENT New 3 room house lo rent with water connections, a month. Wall- north's Addition, North Ward, Apply R. Burgess 315 East Barracks. 78-6 -____V____________ ____________ I THE RAZOR NO GRINDING NO HONING THE RAZOR OP PERFECTION MIAVIMI OOMPOffT NO RAZOR TRQUBI.B8 POSSIBLE These tenpertd M kard aa fiat br oar process of electricity. You can obtain oa tf trial from your witboat obfiBjatioa to porchase. Sold by C. W. GRAY Letikkridf e, Alta. At Good's For high-class Groceries Fresh Fruit and the best Ice Cream see THE GOOD Frank. U. Waddington is on a bus- iness trip to Calgary- PROGRAM FRIDAY AND SATUR- DAY AT THE BIJOU Comedy Cartoons. Cup aiul Ball. v Amateur Ball. Illustrated Song. A Mistake in Dark. The Nearaifhtcd Hunter. IS YOUR HOUSE INSURED What Would a fire NeaBtoYM? Don't Uke the Phone as and we will pro- tectyou. An Ackkit Policy link bn% it h wonder- fal proi-ctkm to yonrsetf or family in CMQ of acci- dent. We ;