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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Him it Cvrat H.J.H SKItTH TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE tLACE TO WAY Preserving time is hsre. We carry a full line of Irtttes In granite ware. Sec our window before buying. We XII IIM 1X1311 I g, Hot Water, and Warm Air Heating. Let us quote you prices for same. All work'guaranteed. Jobbing promptly attended to. i The McKeown-HicK Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie StaScid Hick A Wakely PHONE 62 Bookkeepers I Attention! Our stock of Special Ruled Blank Books is now com- plete. They are labor savers. Call and see them KTSSH'S BOOK STOKE 1st tow 1st tf Phone 251 Boys and Girls Beglu to entertain yourselves and de- light your friends by the use of the Twink Camera The Twink is a com- plete magazine hand camera in mi- niature, and tak.es photographs on dry plates 25-10 by TW Price is from us only. See display in our win- dow J.D, Family ind Dispensing Chemists Telephone 40 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Summer Time Brings FOOT TROUBLES chafing, heating cause fre- quent abrasions of the skin quite easily, so foot troub- les are much more common A i 11 4 i Soothes, heals, lubricates, deodorizes and stops ex- cessive perspiration: By the use of It ordinary shops ate made to fit as iiice and soft as a kid glove. CITY AND DISTRICT Geo. F. Freer of the Blood Ileserv was in the city yesterday. C. W. Carman, of Carmangay, is in the city. John Forslin of New Dayton is an ong the .visitors in the city toduy. Hon. Senator DeVeber will retur from Ottawa on Wednesday. A. M. Grogan of Calgary is tuwn on a business trip. Mrs. D. J. Hay will not receive to morrow or this season. John Taylor of the Taylor Milling purchased the residence of A. F. Werts. Miss Roberta Sage went to Mac- ieod on the local to spend a short holidajr. Mrs. Geo. Rogers left on a two- weeks' holiday at Banff. j A. Bobkirk, of Cranbrook, C-TJl. master was in the city yts- 1 terday. A. 0. Hunter has gone to Chicago Carroti Turnipt Cabbage Onions Radishes Lettuce New Potatoes Arriving daily Also a full assortment of Fresh Fruits i WIN A. PRIZE We offer for the best Loaf of Bread made from Our Best Floor And entered at the Lethbridga Fair i Second........................ 2.00 Your Grocer It Eta ft Elevator Co, Ltd. G. W. GREEN, Manager Hot WtftUkor Gearing Sale of CANVAS SHOES Men't White Bluchtr Clear at Oifoida, reg. t< Bali, tan and wbitoT 12 'White CanYM Blue COW dS CO. Lethbridge to ft HUH MUST MOVE CHURCH At ONCE A. B. Stafford, representing KJXOX church board of managers, has been notified by the public works depart- ment to remove the Vresbyteriau church from its present site in orrter that work on the court house may-be commenced. THE WEATHER Edmonton, foggy 76 44 Calgary, fair 72 54 Regina, clear..................... 72 54 Lethbridge cloudy 57 Medicine Hat, clear 80 46 Winnipeg, clear 76 60 Bulletin From Central Office Fine weather has prevailed through out the prairie province and temper- atures have been moderate. Extreme heat has been experienced in British Columbia. Provinces line and moderately warm today and Tuesday: CARDSTON BAND FOR WINNIPEG and Dayton in the Interests of the uorses Hunter Land Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. McGeorge and Mrs. W. W. Parrott of Coutts are in the city. Miss Nicol who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Higinbothatn for [several months left for Regina this Tho cement walk contractors start- ed operations this morning and are working ou .Crabb St., south of Dui- ferin St. Everybody knows exactly where that is. The trains on the C.P.H. main lino have been held up by a 01 a stock train near Indian Head, when tea cars of stock were piled .ip and a large number of cattle and Trafnc has two days by i layed during the past the wreck. Taber Free Press: W. Babbington of Medicine Hat, passed through here Tuesday morning with his steam. j morning. j Dr. C. C. leaves in the mor-. ning on a. three weeks' trip to On- I tario. He will visit 'his parents at Trenton, Ontario. i Mrs. C..B. Bowman returned this i morning from a two-months' visit to and her home at Pai- PHONE 272 I FREE DELIVERY Anyrdiere. any time i! KltePta Drug aoil Book Co, Prescription Specialists i. B, 81PLEY, ftigr. i-ace re- to- {.Halifax, X. siey, Ont. Mrs. R. W. Johnson and two chil- i dren of Iliou, New York, are visiting i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. i Green. W. A. Hamilton and J. Morgan of the city schools, Mr. Low of Card- ston and Air. McKerricher of Pinch- er Creek are at Edmonton, examin- ers on the Departmental papers. The Heraid has a few copies of the illustrated edition of July 10th con- taining a history of the city schools. Anyone wishing extra copies can have same by calling at the Herald office or phone 106. Tuber Free Tress: H. A. Suggitt of Coalclale was in town Tuesday for The City Council did a gracious thing on. -Saturday Bight on Saturday, night when on motion of Aids. Ives and Macbeth iv resolution of appreciation of the splendid music played by. the Cardston Military Band and of wishes for their success in tho .competition at the Winnipeg Fair was passed. The band is-a unique organisation and deserving of more than passing notice. -It is .composed of boys from eight to twenty-one years of age, none of whom the manager, H. C. Phipps, proudly states smoke or d.rink. As a baud they are hard to beat and their playing on the.square brought enthusiastic applause and comment. The band numbers twenty seven. They have n. new set of sil- j ver plated instruments., the first of their kind in the West, which cos them eighteen hundred dollars. Th-. boys are making the trip to WLni peg, .each at his own expense, to enter the' competition at the fair and it will take-a' go'od 'band to beat them. The bands entered are Keno- ra, Ont., Portage la Prai- FRUIT All freth and in first-class concjition Strawberries a crate Cherries.... 1.45 1.75 3.00 Peaches... Tomatoes.. Apricots... Plums. 1.85 Chow Sam 4 Co. McKelvie McGruire's Old Stand Set me for a number of Let h bridge Brewing Co, I listed below market value. Pull perticnlart on application ALBERT E. IVES ton 2, Him Ito PHONE Premier Rutherford, of Alberta, opened the Winnipeg Fair this morn- ing. Perry Herring, Englishman, 28 years old, was drowned at Battleford, Sask. Mrs. McKeown and turned to Calgary on the dny. Dr. Van H. Wilcox. eye. car, and throat specialist of Minneapolis build the new school her is on a trip through the West and is j school is to be built by day work and the guest of his cousin, Rex GIprk. Mr. D. Williams xvill have charge of The man arrested on Saturday on! the work. suspicion of being implicated in Tuber Free Press: Cards are out nn- C.P.R. freight shed robbery does not I nouncing the wedding of Mr. J. B. plowing outfit. He is busy plowing the fireguard along the line of the C. P.R.- from Medicine Hat to Leth- bridge. Melvin Rindall, Jas. Norrle, Ed. Amdahl and Jas. Peterson make up the crew. T. R. Clipshain of Filmore, Sask., is in the city. Mr. Clipsham. former- ly lived in Lethbridge helping to build the first school. He afterwards attended school here, took his certi- ficate and acted as mission teacher on the Blood Reserve and interpretec He is now teaching school at Fil- more. At the morning service at Wesley Churcg the "society representatives" on the official board were elected as follows: Messrs. L. Lundy, C. E. Brando w, J. Torrance, G. W. Ifhel- en, J. Benton, and Mesdames A. Sou thard and C. R. Daniel. At West- minster Church last evening Messrs. Sam Jones, Sr., Simm, Huestis and Byrum were elected. A number of relatives of the late Miss Hatch reached the city Saturr day night. They included A. G. rie, Stonewall, Treherrie, Hallock, Dc, Moose and Cardston. The conductor, S.' S. Newton, de- serves all kinds of credit for the ef- ficiency of his :band. He has given freely of his time for the past three years without remuneration we are told, and has tiaught the boys what they know and-ne has a band of which he may well" bo: proud. The best wishes for "its success go with it to Winnipeg from Lethhridge and all Alberta. the purpose of securing carpenters to! Hatch, an uncle and Beulah Butha, The a cousin, of Big Timber, Montana, ilrs. C. M. Hatch, an aunt, of Hel- A woman Ml off the pier at the mouth of the Chicago river. Crowd was around but no one attempted to save her but instead stole her hat and purse which she had left on the pier. A great rainstorm visited London today the opening day of the Olym- pic games. THFOLW IHESTROSMHEWi During the Summer Months are Subject to Sudden Attacks of Bowel Disturb- ance Such'M'Karrhcea; Dysentery, Colic, Pain in Stomach and Sum- mer Complaint, and the Children gei Cholera Cholera Mor- bus. Dlj. OF WILD STBAWBERHT is a perfect specific for all bowel com- plaints.- It has" been iti use in thousands of families for the past w xiy-three ind we have'yet to hesr a complaint of it lot giving perfect satisfaction. Do not let an unscrupulous druggist ialk you into buying a cheap substitute fnsist on getting DR. FOWLER'S. Price 35 cents: Manufactured -by The T. ililburn Co., Limited Toronto Ont. Mrs. C. W Brown, Grand Harbor N.B.. writes "I consider Dft POWD- ER'S EXTRACT OF STRAWBERRY to be the best remedy for Summer Com- plaint, as it cured me of a very bad case t can recommend to :my one" seem after due to have ena, Mont., and Mrs. Alice Robert- son, an aunt, of Livingstone, Mont. They will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Hatch for a few Unite, manager of the Alberta Drug Saturday's train also brought many had anything to do with it, and his and Stationery Co.'s store, to Miss talk evidently the result of an j Kathleen Wellington, daughter of Mr. ovordos? of booze. llv was tried J Robert Wellington of this town. The on a charge of being dnmk j wedding will take place on. Tuesdav, and fined and costs. No fur-j July 14. ther arrests have been and it Isaac Cockbnrn, will likely tnko some time to get nt the bottom of the affair. Doors Sashes one of the princi- beatiiul floral tributes from many of: the deceased's friends in Montana. There will be a great ball game at the Park tonight when Pincher deck and the local teams meet in a Crow's i Nest League game. Pincher defeated i pal stockholders in the coal mine to [our boys on Saturday by a close mar; be opirrated west of the river, spent; gi" but b.v nlrengthen-ing up in the CROW'S NEST Situated on the boundary between Alberta and British Col- umbia and on the summit of the Rocky Mountains. The Resort of the Crow's Nest Pass Excellent hunting, fishing, boating etc. Everything for tourists comfort and pleasure. Saddle horses and guides provided. Good Picnic Grounds Free. Dancing Hall. Spend your vacation at Crow5s Nest. First-class accommo- dation at the SUMMIT HOTEL late ip GOOD, Proprietor Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Tercentenary Celebration QUEBEC Single Fare for Round Trip from all points in Allerta to Tickets on Sale July 14, 15, 16 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, etc., apply to nearest agent or write to J. E. PROCTOR, Dist. Paw. Agent, CALGAKY, Alta. FOR SALE Twenty head of thirteen broken, all young and sound.- Can be seen at corral south of city pump- ing station. Will sell whole bunch, teams or single horses. Apply at the premises. _ ''79-0 SERVANT WANTED A good general servant wanted. Ap- ply Mrs. A: g. Stafford, Bompas St. .79-0 yesterday in the city. He was accom panied by Mrs. Cockbum and Ont. box the locals are confident of pull- ing out ahead tonight. The visitors! are here, at-d after their victories Grant oi Gravenhurst, Ont. They have boon a trip 10 the Pacific' ovc-r Macleod and Lethbridge are coast and are on their way cast. Mr. Smith, of JiHiiipMiire. who knew Lethbridge when it only had three buildings and' hcrc They havc a fast bunch clerked for his anfj a w51J played to- ft position to put up a class of Manchester, New that wi" make people forget all ab- kncw Lethbridge out tlie shoxving they made when I Wimlmor at Macleod for A time was in tho city today looking aftrr his pror-orty interests here. He is nsioundcd at the vconderful night. BIRTH at Tahor on urday, July 11 to wilt- R. P. Wallace, a daughter. St-c our Xew rront Doors Prices Right lijinher Co, Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard Nortli of Track Oice RedpalhStWesl Biggest Snap on theStreet A solid mahogany back Hair Brush, pure bristle, For 50c Don't ir.iss getting one of them whether you neod it just now or not. Win- it J- J- Johnston 4 Druggist For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Rwms 1 and 2 Man! Block LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. The lerta Railway and Irrigation Coinpany Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET At Boodfs For high-class Groceries Fresh Fruit and the best Ice Cream see THE GOOD CO. Phone M. Tfe Place ti Gd (Ms PROGRAMME AT BIJOU AND. TUESDAY Prisoner's' Escarp. _ Fooled by Secretary. Song. Jenklris-" Wears the -Blue Rib- Loi'c Levels all Ranks. IS YOUR HOUSE INSURED 7 What Would a Fire Mean to You? Doirt take the chances. Phone us ami we will pro- tect you. An Accident Policy costs little bub ful protection to yourself or family in case of acci- 'derit. We gladly furnish particulars. n. _. imey Lots Norti ettfec Railroad aid M ofWestiiiisterU. WA-KO-VER STAIN FROM EACH Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third Cxish, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest G per cent, per annum Muj lib. To turn yoor wood floors into hardwood, all tbat is iKcesury it a willing baad, a flat bristle Vroth WftJU-vtr Floor Suin. Ai far as tie can tell, you will have a handsome oak, mahogany or walcnl mor. -whichever Eciih you choose. is color varnish stun combined. Remarkable both for efv? Curability. As its ntfne implies it is a finish liat with- stands Ute vjivinp over and pounding of feet witlvoatinjury toils appearance. Indeed M remarkably is IU w if the floor is rrit with a hammer the finish in pathy with tiie wood bnt is clastic enoort to without cracking. floors arc easiest to cleta and stay cieaa far more sani- tary. Just try in one room and you'll soon use it m UM others. lajr Ira, SOLE AGENTS f ;