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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL and Up to Datt. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACC TO STAY H li til HUH IBTlL lisaranteed Tools buy uanciess tool. buy a tool that the manu- facturer does not guar- antee. He is the only cue who reall THE HICK HARDWARE CD, Phone 62 Wholesale and Retail, RDDPATH STREET P. O. Box 670. An old Tnyn named Magnus obn- son, a Swede, dropped, dead at ray, B. C., on July 4. He sup- posed to have a son homesiaartitig' in the vicinity of Lethbridge. James D. Sullivan was let out on serrtence this irc.-riLg by P- M. Maodougall. He was char-? with stealing some trifling things rn.ii the Arlington Hotel. I 3 Typewriter Papers Carbon Papers g 5 Inks, Mucilage, and other Office Supplies Store closes at 6 p.m. TALCUM POWDER Is in great demand during the summer. Higinbotham stocks a great variety, including the well- known- makers, such as Colgate's. Williams', Ly- man's Durant's, Seely, Sart- itol, Johnson's and Parke Davis, also in white and flesh color. The range of odors is numerous and we can suit you. J.D. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. Also Branch in North Ward CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality Preserving Strawberries are about over leave your orders" at once if you want any PHONE 21 G. urn co. Only Union Grorarj Store In City Apricots for Preserving Are at their best this week- Leave yonr orders with us. A large shipment arriving on Friday. July PRICE PER CRATE THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY We are still offering you a discount on all Oxfords (except Queen Quality) and can give you value for money aot to be had elsewhere. Inspect our stock and prices before making your selections. A full line of Hosiery in all sizes. THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW 60 76 THE WEATH'ER. Edmonton, fair 66 Calgary, cloudy Lethbridg'e, fair Macleod, clear 72 Medicine Hat, cloudy 63 Winnipeg, cloudy 82 Forecast Alberta and winds. Fair and cool today and Wednesday. Fully Modern House, two stories, close in; 4? easy terms. 1 Well-built Cottage, close to Central School: excel- lent location good terms. Freeman, Maeleod Graham Phone 173 P. C. Box 679 Cash makes the first payment on a Ten per cent, investment proposition on RedpatH, close in balance easy terms. BLOCK ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 r 4- f it 46 46 46 45 54 56 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. I Three Fine Residence Properties in River- view. Good terms. For sale exclusively by Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block 2pO ROBfSTSON'S 25! New Whitney Slock Agent for Underwood Type- writers Lethbridge, Geo. July 11, 1909, aged 4 months. W. H. Cawston. accompanied by his bride, has returned to the city. Mrs. A. Southard and Hiss Kath- j leen have left on an extended MSI; in the east. George Erb, president of the Wat- j erous Engine of Grt. j is in the city. 'morrow (Wednesday) nor again A. reception will be given to Bishop season. j Legal of St. Albert on Sunday mcrm-! Furman and Burnell received before Mass. A very quiet wedding took place 'last evening at Iv.nox Church. 1 he. j x- left vesterdarv morning' xor Vancouver 'contracting parties were Edward Nei- yesneruay a j f.. .r. .to visit friends for a month. i Confirmation of the children will take place at High Mass fciuoday _ at St. Patrick's Church. McAllister, late engineer at the returned to Diamond Cit- from where he has been spending-. CITY AND DISTRICT. Mrs- Barford will not receive to- this one i car of horses from Cascade, Montana fire Insurance Farm Loans at 8 Corner Lots on Courtland at each Two Lots in Block 93 for 'each All on good terms LAST DAYS of our FIRE SALE If you wish to avail yourself of any of our The H. Macbeth 999999999999999999999999999999 Agency STURTLIKO BARGAINS IN HARDWARE ft dig and Miss Ethel E- Jones. I A. M. Gordon officiated. I The South Alberta, 'Lumber pany have purchased more property adjoining their yards and are enlarg- ;iag and fencing their entire yard on Westminster Road. _ few weeKs _ The companions of the Forest did Owing to the opening of the Car- not have their meeting last ui.rht as ]ast night, the Eureka did not there were only to the Carnival. bi few present owr'ng CITY AND DISTRICT Robert Steele has sold his transfer business to J. Figgins. The Stacey Lumber Company have opened a yard at Raymond and are placing- a large stock of lumber in the yards. A. Driggs .and wife and -Irs. Driggs, of Falmyra, Mich., mother of Mr. Driggs were in the city Sunday and Monday. They returned to Gras run any show but will open tonig it with the famous Cowbov Quartette, sy Lake yesterday afternoon. a big special attraction. First per-1 The Calgary "Herald says: formance at 8 p.m. Second at 9.15 Prices I5c and 25c. p.m. Last week in St. Stephen's church, in West Calgary, the marriage took place of Colin Macleod of Macleod .is in the Jas. P. Jones to Kathleen G. Watts, iOUR SERVICE "We are continually striving to deserve your patronage and loyalty by giving the best possible service. Every department in our business is well stocked with reliable goods. Courteous attention i is given to every customer and our prices are i 11 quality of goods. i Dont forget the big show at the i Eureka tonight. The famous "Dahl- i man Cowboy Quartette." Beautiful stage settings and electrical effects. J. W. Stafford and bride have re- turned to the city. I On Saturday night K. P. M-inro. ;D.D.G-.M., I.O.O.F., of Taber, insiaJl-; Tlie man jacobson, who so inirao- was stationed at Hacleod, where he j ed the following officers of the local uiousiy escaped death in the accident has a large number of acquaintances i lodge: Xc-ble Grand, E. V. Dooley; Lyceum yesterday, is and friends. Vice Grand. Gus Xe-rdig; Recording ing very nicely indeed at the Gait Secretary. J. Lehman, 'Hospital- The Herald was in error j The Fisher city attending a meeting of the ciliation Board in connection with 'the miners strike at Taber. the Rev. Dean Paget performing the ceremony. The groom was formerly a member of the R.N.W.M.P., and NORTH WARD NEWS Mercantile stating- that his skull was frac- have opened up a general store Tbe was om tted the report. Entire change WEDDING AT CLARESHOLM (Special to the Herald.) ;j Claresholm, July Ona j Paterson, daughter of -R. J. Paterson.: j was married to. Louis Willettf at i Claresholm by Rev. Father J of High River. The bride was: J by Miss. Lola Green f: G-ranum, while the bride's brother, i i R. Paterson. attended to the want-s'f of the- groom. The ceremony was per-'] jj formtxl at the church in the .prcstuci3 of a few of the iniiuiate friends S who also enjoyed a sumptuous ding dinner at the Hotel Wilton. The j I .wedding party then adjourned tu the jj home of the married couple J in the foothills at' iLyndon .''.whert! they we're entertained with .a dance! jj and a supper. The bride is one of j j the most popular young ladies foothills. While coming to town- on Sunday afternoon a very serious accident be- You must do so at once, or you will miss one of the great opportun- ities QI ycur life. We ara sold out in some lines, but we still have a few Straw and Manure Forks, and everything a farm- er S'.icvels, Hoes, Rakes and Garden Imple- of which must be sold at Once at enormously reduced prices. Do you want to Paint your house, your fence, your barn, your wagon or your buggy? Do you want to stair; your floor of your furniture? Now is the time to get cheap paints and stains. Our Enamelwara is going fast. We had a'complete new stock 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. THE CO., LTD. Corner Dufferin aad Round jWinnifred. Their new store which i would do credit txj any town is corn- jpleted and the new goods are being placed on the shelves. The company iwill handle dry goods, groceries, hardware, boots and shdfes, and gents Ifurnishings. The people at jwHl have no difficulty in supplying ,their Mrs. E. H. Tupper, who has teen., fell one of the horses near the cem- Jiving in one of the Heustis houses j etery. The horse .must. been sol of program at the on Torrance Ave., has moved to one Eureka tonight. All new pictures and of Rogers' new cottages at the north new people. Don't miss it. See them rope the pig. Service was held by Geo. Broadley 3 Trades and he matter of organizing' a lav centre was discussed. It was The Calrrarv Xews savs: One of the i ,T decided to postpone the organ cLLiOii Oi a, iOjT "t-'WO en-d of Barnes St. I Westminster League meets tonight in the church. It will fee in charge of the Christian Endeavor Commit- tee. depressed by the sigHt tery that- it slipped breaking its leg! so that it had to be shot; But the' bridal party., nothing 'daunted pro- cured another horse and proceeded on tiieir wedding journey. A S n a in a fine improved irrigated farm close to station. Terms reasonable. Farmland city property loans at 7 and 8 percent. The Xlberta Securities Limited Corner Round add Rcdpath Streets Successors to IMa Utility Co Tekphoie 141 TO VOTE ,ON SUNDAY CARS. new things at tiie -fair tins year; Jlbcrta Drug and Book Co, J Prescription Specialists j i. B, IIPW, Hgr. t although rather pathetic, is the dumb i newsboy, W. B. Evans, who sells pa- jpers on the grounds and grandstand. ;He travels with the- Parker shows land goes under the name of "Mas- !cot." Most people would, consider it impossible to sell newspapers if they: Cj3urcvo ;were" dumb, but the "Mascot" has cle- vised a way all his own. For at attention he whistks and and hold 'the service same manner as Sunday Mr. Broadley has charge of in the night's. topic next Sunday will be in Estimates Promptly F U j then goes amongst the crowd hand- ing out his wares and collecting the nickels. i Another weekly dance under th3 ,'rection of Madame Xorman will be; held in the Caledonian Hall en tt'od- next, July f S. .T, Xr McXcill. grtiyihe. and Laing of Winnipeg the! staff pj J-. A. Macdonald, making an office staff of six. J.. Calvin, the man who ar-; rested at Darner as a suspect in the hold-up at Ducks, was released on! giving a satisfactory account of him- j self. i A man street: w-hy not in the to be held, in the Trades Hall at 7.30 p.m. J. I. Co., real estate brok- ers have moved int? their new officer, in the Co.-Op. building opposite the Bank of Montreal. 173-.1 It's natural for you to want the most and best you can get for your money. But when you buy a bill of lumber without cutting an estimate froin us, do you know that you're getting the best "bargain that it is possible for you to get'? You simply tell a thing about it. You don't know whether you're losing money or not. The only safe way is to always let us make you an estimate A cooling what you want before buy ing else-1 Laxative the warm where, as we have Complete stocks j weatber. For sale by of every thing in lumber and build- j ing matenal. English Fruit Saline Rogers-Cunningham: j Lumber Company Ld J. Johnston i Prescription Orvggist -QUALITY QUARTERS-; 23, 123 an4 3211 4 M If You Are Going To Put A MantU Or Gratt In Vftur New House, Let Us Show You Our Stock And Quote You Prices. Stafford-Agnew Co. J. ACTON Real Estate and I a v e s t m e n ts Stocks Bonds Money to Loaa Room 3, MCDONALD BLK. Calgary. July ".com- missioners have practically drawn up a- bylaw for Sunday street; car ser- vice. This bylaw. will be..brought, be- j' fore the council on Monday next. The plebiscite for the Sunday 'cars will be taken 'on August: 4. When ironing 'pongee it Is well to Ji iron it without sprinkling'. It will i take longer, but ihe result will be S moco satisfactory. i J. 1. Eakin has moved his public1 stenography office from the postoffice block to the- Co.-Op. building, Crabb St. (opposite Bank of Montreal.) 173-3! If you live oat of town write us." Milk River LIVERY Feed and Sale Stable In Connection Parties can be shown over the District at any time by careful First-class outfits provided. Satterlee Lock PROPRIETORS Contradictory Reports From Scene Of Strike (Continued from First Page.) ed CVline Workers of America, and the said company 'has already been subject to government intervention, "by reference under industrial disput- es investigation act and the report of the board appointed has been giv- en to the public in accordance with the provisions of the act. "Were parties to industrial Three -well located Lots oh rVvurtland Street Water and sewer. Price each. Easy terms R V. Gibbons LOAXS INSURANCE PHONE 222 OH BLOCK HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES' DANCE If there, is one union in the city hat has lately shown signs of pro- aress more than another it is the pules encouraged to look indefinitely Restaurartt Employees' un- to the government for intervention or that the findings of Two of the best Lots in RIVERVIEW Terms. Apply I. U RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdonald Block given reasons boards appointed expressly for the pnrpose of .enquiring into existing troubles, would be subject to further revision by the minister or other of- ficers of the Department of. Labor it would seriously prejudice the effect- iveness of the work of boards appoint- ed under the act and the value of oi tbis uniOT1 endeavor i their findings, and might only servo, j a Tauy with the ob- i Brown hag been act. o{ prcsidcnt3 the been giyen a finn .founda- wh-ch build and success j attended his efforts to unify the j f tbic ciasfi to help one an-.j J, circumstances. j a dance even. j hall at which the having regard to industrial -disputes generally, to prolong rather than minimize the period of indnstnal brjnnc thft mcmbers of the cioser together Turther success of UK- un- ion." Good Buys Lot 15, Block 19 Redpath Street Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 2 Brunton Street Lots Block 15 Crabb St., Duff Addition 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 IBfl Acres of good land Sii miles fron Winer, ofy per acre WTR. DobMn Co. Phone ;