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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta flNEST JOB PRINTING HETRALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACt TO STAY Kill ID tetbbrldqe is the QILLI3 HUM ixcver buy a name'css buy a tool thct the ixauu- fa.clr.rtr does not guar- antee. He is the only one who reiily knows its ere jjnaraaC'iru, and stamped, with the trudenark. Bacn is the very beit of its load. f- THE HICK HAROWARE CD, -Wholesale and Retail, RDDPATH STREET Phone 62 P-.O. Box 670. The libel suit against the Telegram was d smissed. It. brought by E. A. "E. Leach, on ac- count oi some sd'crc strictures pub- lished by the Telegram. The jiiry disagreed. An All-Canada Christian Endeavor Convention will be held at Winnipeg- We Must Banish The Fly Higinbotbam carries the bauishers in the shape of FLY PADS, STICKY PAPER. FLY COILS and INSECV POWDER Our stock is well assorted and large. All that you have to do is to follow directions. The flies do the rest. Try a few fly coils, the fly cannot stay away from them. Sold at J.D. aipisothamSCo.Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemist. Telephone Night, ciei-k. Also Branch in North Ward The Store of Quality Preseiving Apricots are about over. Last shipment expected Tues lay. Leave your orders for Preserving PHONE 21 C. BfiHii CD. Only OHiOR Grocery Store In City Apricots for Preserving Are .at their best tbis week- Leave your orders with us. A large shipment arriving on Friday, July 16tb. I PRICE PER CRATE THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Jj Fully Modern House, two stories, close in; I easy terms. J Well-built Cottage, close to Central School: excel- J lent location; good terms. Freeman-, Macleod Graham Phone 173 Box CITY AND DISTRICT .Mavor Henderson and Aid. went to at the 1912. i lethbridge Photos 9 in. by 36 in. Put up in mailing tubes ready to send to your friends. Regular S3.CO Tour choice for Come early ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Minneapolis on Saturday the Centennial in jnjght. A. Y. Blain of Edmonton, provin- cial inspector of legal onices is in the j city: I A fine assortment of McLaughlin i rigs are now on view at Hyde Saun- I ders' warehouse, Ford St. East. i A. Deyl, of Edmonton, chief li-' conse nspector, was in the city yes- jterday. t Put up in mailing tubes J i J- I- moved his Public "readv to send to your j stenography office from the postoffice blcck to the Co.-Op. building, Crabb 1st. (opposite Bank of Montreal.) 17S-3 II. P. Munro, of Taber, D. D. G-. M. of the I.O.O.F. was in the city on c Saturday installing officers in the 2 ;local iodg6- fiHrirnTnHUin w j Here at last. Tom Watt. See Ott's i window. Mr. and Tench, of Pincher i Creek, are the guests of ilrs. Tench's i brother, X. T. McLeod- j Major O'Neill, of Sarnia, Oat-, ac- by iiis daughter, Mrs. Ro- ibirison' is 'tne of daughter, JHrs. E. A. Wright. j A discount of 10 per cent will be allowed on water rates up to the 25th Edmonton, cl-jiidy 64 :t-. fair 67 "t-loar 69 Hat, cloudy 60 clear S2 Forecast All and winds. Cool and mostfy local showers. 41 54 -SO Call and look over our list of Snaps in Farm Lands. We are Agents for the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. For repairs call or write us. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, BRYAN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. .30 fair with 25) New Whitney Block Agent for Underwood Type- writers ii Personal Interest We want jou to take a personal interest in our gtore, VVe want yon to feel perfectly at home I when you come here. We Twant yon to feel that this- store is the most pleasant, reliable and pro- fitable place for yon to bny anything in the drug line. We want yon to come often, and recom- mend this store to yoirr friends I of July; not the 25th of October as i printed on bills. Gea. W. Robinson, i Secretary Treasurer. i UkrtaDrqiiriloofcCo. Prescription Specialists 1.1. IIPLEY, Mir. LETIHIUE AND DISTRICT. Mrs. AIcNicol will not receive to- i morrow. Tuesday, nor again till Sep- I tember. Big special attraction at the Eu- I reka tonight. Singers who have sung i before all the crowned heads of Eu- rope. j A very foolish thing was done -by one of the employees in Quong Sang's restaurant. He dumped a pile of red ihot coals out, in the back yard in a wooden box. One oi the fire depart- Imcnt saw the smote and called out, Ithe chemical and extinguished it be; >iore any damage was done. This i carelessness would probably have meant a disastrous fire if a w n-d hap ipened to be blowing. It was some- thing of the same'kind, in a Chinese restaurant, that started the Cobalt, !Ont., fire, whereby people were i rendered homeless. I Tonight is the night at the Eureka. The famous Dahlman cowboy quar- i tette in "Life on the Plains." Don't i miss it. Mrs. H. Bentley of Anaconda.. Mon .'tana, and formerly of is Fire Insurance Farm Loans at 8 Corner Lots on Courtland at S2-50 each Two Lots in Block 93 for each All on good terms The H. Macbeth Agency i FINE WEATHER AT MILK RIVER Farmers! Leave your crders for Al- berta Red seed wheat with Hyde 5t H. Foster, chief clerk of Gen. Sup-Jin the city. I erintendent Price at Calgary, is act- !ing trainmaster at Maeleod. ,____ ___ ___ j Tom Watt has arrived. S'se Ott's Saunders, Ford St. East. window, I Miss Flossie Johnston of Manotick, .Out., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. 'Hugh Boyd, Bartlett St.-. Entire change of program tonight at the Eureka. All new people. Spe> Estimates Promptly Furnished It's natural for you to want the most aud beat you can get for your money But when you buy a bill of lumber without petting an estimate from us, 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 losing money or not. The only safe way to always let us make you an estimate on what you want before buying else- where, as we have complete stocks of every thing in lumber and build- ing material. Rogers-Cunningham lumber Company Ld 83. 123 u4 321 I cial attraction. See them rope the i P'S- I According to the official figures i 450 people attended the Calgary fair last week- Owing to a couple of bad days there will 'be a deficit of be- f i- CVHV, lars. i Excavation work commenced on the new Bryan block on Round street this morning. The Western Transfer .Co. is taking offices in the Brown Amuse- ment Co. office across the street. Tom Watt's here. Set win- dow. Last night the death took place of I Wallace Tone, a young man who worked for Mr. Percival and came here with him. The funeral w.ill take place tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock from the Addison Undertak- jing Parlors. All friends are invited tto attend. Jack Taylor, the local third base- man, met with an accident on Sat- urday, at Calgary., that win put him out of business for some time. He made a sacrifice bunt toward first. Zwicker, the Calgary first-base man., went to field it. Taylor stumbled over him and pitched on his arm, cracking the bone sock- et of his shoulder joint. j .Mrs. Johnstone Ellis and Miss L. A. Wakely of Lindsay, Ont., mother, 'and sister of E. Wakely, are vis- jiting Mr. Wakely. Corey A. Reagh, the popular C.P. iR. freight clerk, has been appointed 'agent for the A.R. I. at Sterling. j The numerous friends he has made j during his short residence in. Leth- j 'bridge are hearty in their congrat- illations on his rapid promotion and. i wish Jinn every success in his new i position. 1 Nr. D- BlSekford, manager of the j Consumers' Tailoring Co., Toronto, 1 was in the city yesterday intervjew- inc: the r representative, E. W. j ston and making the acquaintance of (prospective customers and also show ing a fine flass of samples. Mr. Black ford says Lethbridge looks good to ;him. Mr. Kingston will open up the fall and winter samples about Aiig. 1 j J. I. Eakin Co., real estate brok- i have moved int> their new office.-; i in the Co.-Op. building opposite the Bank of Montreal. 178-3 New Tcwn Is Growing and Prospering Being Constructed Milk River. July Fins weaeker this Fred Le'fihKpvell made a businc-ss trip to Warner, Thursday. Have you noticed 'the big signs on the new store and restaurant? Mr. T. ilacCaruthers of Lethbridge has been installed at the Milk R ver Mercantile Co.'s store to handle the dry goods department. A complete stock will -bo put in next week. Tomiohr Bros, have finished break- ing for this season '-and at present are moving Saterlec's buildings onto nis lots. They will also move Fitzniuu- rice's barn. J. Caesar and son. 'have finished plastering- the Fftzmaurice residence ami the carpenters are putting their finishing touches on after which, it will soon be ready to move The hotel is being plastered and ev- erything will 'be in running order -be- fore long. Tt will have' an 'ice cream connection. Xow, boys, it'- will be your turn to stand the treats. As you enter from the east vou meet the smell "of turpentine and paint and soon notice .the three new- ly painted -buildings on StokeviUle irant charging Mrs. Chas. Ball with I the same offence as committed by Fauver, to serve on the lady, fcut when he called on the handsome res- i idence of Mr. and Mrs. Ball on Liv- ingston's most, fashionable street, i Yellowstone, he found no one at ;home, and at a late hour Policeman Hausen was unable to locate Mrs. Ball. i It is alleged by the city that Mrs. Ball's annual income from this source is per year. Fauver also j rents several houses to women Oij i South B street. His income has jbeen estimated at per year. ,Mss. Ball's case is one of the most sensational in the history of Park county. She has prominent relatives .in this city who occupy high posi- tions in both the financial and socie- ty life of Livingston. It is the ia- of the city of .Livingston to j assess a monthly fine, which will am- ount to several hundred ag- .ainst Mrs. Ball and Mr. Fauver. SMOKINE a bottle No smoke-house required. One bottle will preserve 200 Ib. fresh meat, im- parting a rich smoked flavor. Call and ask to see it. T J. J. Johnston i Drufgitt -QUALITY QUARTERS- If You Are Going To Put A Or Grate lnv Your New Route, Let Show You Our Stock And, Quott You Prices. Stafford-Agnew Co. If you live out of town write us." has been made manifest- These grezd; ly add the appearance of that part of town and outsiders coming in (peo pie from Warner for instance) must lose the impression that Milk River is a shanty town consisting mostly of small shacks and hay stacks, but that it is flourishing rapidly and that it will soon hold its own with any of the large towns along the line: Mr. Lathrop and Ibey Grove. of the O. W. Kerr Co. drove from 'Warner They were looking, after some business matters, and took the train from here to Lethbridge. The Board of Trade meets next Tuesday. Everybody interested in the welfare of this town and the surrounding country make it a point to attend. Mr. Griffith will 'give a religious lecture tomorrow night in the Milk River Restaurant. A large gather- ing is expected, for anything in. the line' of church is a scarce article in this vicinity and many .will take ad- vantage of this opportunity to at- tend. i Orange Lodge Attended Church At the Baptist Church yesterday morning Rev. William Reid a sermon to the Orange Lodge, using as his topic, "An Meal Orange- iman." i He traced the history of the lodgv from away back in the time of Charles II. and referred to the poli- tical and religious in ehose days and how the Protestants -had. to meut in secret to worship. Then ftfter 'long period of this strife, the Protest ants arose in a body with Wil- liam of Orange at their head declar- ed for a freo parliament. Then -the insurrections in 'Ireland took place, and on July 12th, defeated-the Catholics under James II. then the 12th day of July has (been coiiiemorated as the day i freedom in Ireland of the Protestants' iwas purchased. j Then the William of Orange Lodge j was formed, by Temperance people i and has been retained ever since. In closing he said that he-'wished" that all men all as pure and gootf j as an Ideal Orangeman. SENSATION AT LIVINGSTON, MONTANA Jjivingston, July "W- Fou- a, prominent 'business man of th city, was arrested yesterday after- noon by Chief of Police Donahue, and A warrant has been issued for the ar- rest of Mrs. Chas. Ball, formerly Miss Belle Lewis, and the wife of a well known young man oi this- city. These two sensational arrests come as the result of the reform policy oa the part of the new administration of the city of Livingston, and it is planned so as to increase the revenue of the city. Fauver was arrested on tbe charge of renting certain houses to to -be used for immoral purposes. Po- liceman Hausen was given the war- Greatest Sale of bods (Continued From Front Page) advertising. .The reports of this sale wil do more than all the immigration agents that could be sent out. The anxiety of the people to get the land and the prices secured at the sale is proof of the success of the man who has been using the land. T. 3. McKenzie, field manager of the 0. W. Kerr Co., moved a vote of thanks to the men conducting the sale for the lair and square way in which they had conducted the sale. The motion was carried with 'hearty cheers and singing "For They Are Jolly Good Fellows." Auctionttr's Mr. Norris expressed appreciation of the kindness and said that tried to realize that- the school lands were a public A .fair presentation 20 per cent off on to rent in the Bryan Block. MONEY TO LOAN The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. RoomS Bryan Block PHONE 425 P.O. BOX 261 tens of good land .'v. ft per acre W. R. 12? ;