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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tlhMf HlMi fcKf ULJL H. SKEITH AtaJM THE fLACl TO STAY I to h to ttiM MMMMMMMM here. We carry a full line of Icttte 1 in- graniteware. See our window before buyiiig. We Sell for Cash i Plumbing, Hot Water, Steam and Warm Air Heating. Let us quote you on prices for same. All work guaranteed. Jobbing promptly attended to. The McKeown-Hick Hardware Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely I PHONE: Use our Carbine Cameras with all tue- improve- ments. These cam- eras can be used with a roll film plate or pack. We aro showing new and up-to-date novelties for photography. The Store of Quality If you are iu doubt what to have for Lunch Phone 21 J. 0. ligiibottiai Family uid Chemists Telephone Resident Night Paints Brushes Canvas And other Art Materials IOBEITSON'5 HUH 3TOK 1st tar tet if HIM Uik AND DISTRICT We have a full as- gortnumt of canned meats ami fresh. Phone 2SI There will be no practice of the Artillery tomorrow eveiling. W. H. McLellajici has returned xcom a holiday speut on the round-up. Bis Hoiior Judge went out on the Calgary local this after- noon. A. couplo of umbrellas that were some time ago in Kuox Church are at G. H. Johnston's store await ing their owners. G. J. Hanson of Medicine Hat, sec- retary and manager of the Citizen's Lumber Co. was in the city last night on his way to Warner. The annual meeting of the W..C.T. U. for lilts'election of officers will be the Summer Time Brings FOOT TROUBLES chafing, heating cause fre- quent abrasions of the skin quite easily, so foot troub- les are much more common Nyal's Eas 'Em Soothes, heals, lubricates, deodorizes and stops ex- cessive perspiration. By the use of it ordinary shoes are made to fit as nice and soft as a kid glove. There will be a close hard-fought game tonight at the baseball park when the Y.M.C. the Railway meet. The latter, with in the box and their strongest possible line-up behind him are confident of beating the leaders. The y.lLp.jrfr- alize that the game-tonight will be their "hardest battle that it has an important bearing on the cham- pionship. Clark, their star. twirler, will be in the box and if the Rail- roaders wia they will- 'have their batting eye in perfect condition. This s a very Important game and a jreat deal of interest is being. Aovra in it. Game will be called sharp on time and as it will likely be a pitch- er's battle will be of the fastest held tomorrow afternoon at home of Mrs.'A. E. Humphries. The Canadian Pacific Co. are lay- ing four inch gas pipes from Duu more to Coleridge to pipe the giu to that point from, the Dunmore well A petition is being circulated bj the ratepayers interested for a four foot sidewalk on the west side o Bartlett street, from Courtland to 'Bompas streets. R. W. Wallace will open Ms bil Hard room and cigar store in. th new Seaman block tonight. Vfa lace has put in good furnishings and the rooms ,pcill be among the finest If you wont Good Clothes It haa been our constant endeavor to you the best guaran- teed moderate prices, and we ever ready, to prove that we have the gar- ments themselves..' The ever growing popularity of our Fit-Reform Clothing (finished to your measure in .two hours) is proof po- sitive that the public ap-' preciate true merit and sterling worth. We can save you on each tailor made suit. Made strictly [to your measure. Fit ami work- manship guaranteed. The new fall samples just ar- rived. No other store in Lethbridge is BO capable of supplying your .tw'khts as this" MODERN MEN'S STORE. Here >ou have the advantage of purchasing everything necessary to dress a niftTi from head to foot. Hot Weather Clearing Sale of CANVAS SHOES Men'i White Caovaa Blucher Clear at Oxfords, reg. 3.25 tan and white, l.tJG Ladies1 White Canvas Blue 1.25 F. COW (ft CO. Lethbridge COINER LOCATION- 3 .Residence Lota on Bompw, below Round, 1300 down, balance easy. ALBERT E. WES ton 2, Hw Itafc r kind. BIG MAJORITY I McKElVlf McGUIRE I Q Head to Foot Outfitters for Men Underwear I PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time i Mberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I, IIFLEV, Ngr. LETNW Favored Clause About, New Ontario Voters' Lists July a vote of 99 to' 30 the House this morning reject- ed the motion o! Boyce (West that the provincial lists of Ontario whether in organized or unorganized districts shall be regarded as of equal validity for federal elections the same as lists of other provinces and thai of the. election bill should be amended accordingly. so as to avoid any discrimination against in Alberta. He will handle a large j Ontario inthis regard. bill now assortment of cigars of people, especially NOTICE All accounts owing to the firm of Nelson Fraser must be paid on or before July 21 to J. Nelson at thxnr late store. Anything not settled by that will be given into the hands of a solicitor. NELSON FRASER. BIJOU PROGRAM WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Madam Bikes. Babies Will Play. Illustrated Song. Free Admissions. Just Retribution LUMBER Doors Sashes Sec our New Birch Front Doors Prices Right and complete and tobaccos. A number those who have babies in the home are complaining of the racket made by the various whistles in the citjT when they blow to let the employees of the mills know where to stop or start work. They think they blow tie embargo." too long loud. G. F. Hopkins, of Xo. 3, yesterday purchased the handsome grey Per- cheron stallion recently brought here from Filmore, Sask., by Thos. R. Clipsham. This is a gooiS and Mr. Hopkins is to be commeid- ed for his in bringing such stock into the district. Miss Patteson, T. E.I Patteson and Dr. Campbell returned yesterday from their outing with the Alpine Club at Boger Pass. They report having spent a most anjoyul-ie holi- day. Miss Patteson was the first lady of the Alpine Club to tisruui Peak and the fourth lady to do so. Forty couple attended the public ball given by the management of the Bijou lust night. With large loors in the rear of the hail and tlu two electric fans going -lot wither has no terrors for the lovers o' this kind of amusement. This party was pronounced the finest ball since tru.- approach of warm weather. All members of the Sons of Eng- land nrc requested to be at the K. P. Hall this evening at G.-15 sharp to conduct the remains of Bro. Fred Rush to their last resting place. The first part of th'i burial service will be conducted by Hev. Dr. Coard at St. I Augustin's, followed by the beautiful I service of the Sons of F'ngland. stands for the third reading, Sir Wilfrid assured Mr. Borden that the cabinet would take note ol the words attributed to Premier As- quith in a' cable from London, thai .'if he were convinced that live cat tie could be admitted safely he woulc favor a removal of the present cat- In the' Senate, Senator Lougheed Conservative leader, gave notice o an amendment to the civil service iill 10 provide that the two civil ser- vice commissioners shall not be chosen from one political party. N PRIZE: offer for the best Loaf of "Bread made from ..-'I Our Best Flour And; entered at the Lethbridge Fair" 200 1-00 Your Grocer Sells It [Ilison Miliiog Elevator Co. Ltd. G. W. GREEN, Manager Raymond Magrath Lethbridge Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Tercentenary Celebration Q U E BEG Single Fare for Round Trip 1 from all points in Alberta to Quebec and return Tickets on Sale July 14, Final Return Limit, August 6 Tickets will be validated for retnrn at any point en route on direet line For full particulars as to rates, routes, etc., apply toriearest i agent or write to' j -J. E. PROCTOR, Dist. Pa-ss. Agent, CALGARY, Alta. WARNING TO SETTLERS Settlers should beware of buying horses from Indians unless they nave the written authority from the In dian agent of their reserve to sell the, animal. As wards of the gox-ernment ihe Indian is not allowed to sell any of his property without first securing the permission of the agent. Any animal bought from an Indian, may be taken away from the purchaser unless he can produce the paper ie- ceived from the Indion agent giving him permission to sell. Dishonest Indians sometimes get another In- dian to sell their horses for them to some newcomer, to whom all In- dians look alike and will later come around and claim his horse saying it was stolen from him. The purchaser has no claim on the animal and give it up. New settlers should careful in this matter.' Would you like that suit to look as Tvell _ as when you got it from the -'tailor? To do this is our business. 'We do it promptly, satisfactorily and reasonably. Goods called for and delivered. MARK JOHNSTON Mrs. Spragiie, and her daughter, Miss Bessie, of' Medicine Hat, are guests at the jMethoiHs't Parsonage todav. Mrs. J. T. Graham returns tonight from an extended visit'to her home, in Carson, Iowa. ..Miss Rose Bissett of the Hudson's Bay Co. is holidaying with Mrs. Da- vey at the ranch. I FRUIT A full assortment of the best can always be had .from "us. ICE CREAM Our Ice Cteam is delicious for flavor and quality. Try it. GROCERIES Only the best of every thing handled here. Everything guaranteed or money re- funded. THE GOOD CO. Phooe 98. WANTED At once for a client, to lease or purchase 6 or 8 lots-in block close in. Apply E. T. McGregor, Post Office Block or Box 387. ,182-2 FOR EXCHANGE I have one eigHt foot Massey Har- ris Truck Binder, used one year, in good condition which I will trade for farrii horse. H. "A. Walter, -Spring Coulee. c 162-1 WANTED Wanted temporary help for a day of two in cooking, dishwashing and waiting on. table. Apply at the Hub Cafe between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. 182-0 Roqers-Cyaningfiafn lumber Co, Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard North of Track Oftce Everything fi r the Bath Room Do You Know That we are head- quarters for Bath Towels, Bath Mitts, finishes, Sponges. Sponge Bags, Sponge Wire ing Bath Soaps Do You That we are selling the very finest kind of Talcum Powder for 25c a tin? If you do not know, tat- ter drop in and soe. J. J. Johnston Prescription Drug-gist -QUALITY QUARTERS- USE A PLANK A number of men who bought traction engines for their ploughing ,.n-l outfits seem to be un- that the law requires them to carry three inch planks that they uso when crossing bridges and as a measure of protection to structures. There is a fine i fifty dollars and costs for failinc comply with this requirement. Several bridges and crossings have suffered considerable damage recent- ly fiom having the engines cross them without the protecting planks. t Place Your Orders for Early closing of the bars went in- to effect last night. No disasters are reported. It tte Garter Shop Next the Arlington Hotel, you will get an Up-to-date Hair Cut A Clean, A Pirst-clasa Shampoo Hamilton I For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties 1 2 Bieck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 HUDSON'S BAY CO'Y. FRIDAY BARGAINS Special Inducements to Double the Day's Selling Bang Up 108 When yon -want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily T JOHN BRODIB Bd Spreads at MPrice 15 only White Spreads, slicjhtly soiled, full quality, worth Friday while they last......... Two Specials in Uwn Waists 20 only splendid qtiality Lawn Waists, trimmed with lace insertion down front and tucked, worth from 75c to Friday Bargain........T...... Beautiful Lawn Waists, made of very fine white lawn, allover embroidery'front and finished with four rows of val insertion, neatly tucked, reg. Friday's Sale Price...... 1 Bit Sate W Dressof Jackets -Four different styles to choose from, trim- med with fine embroidery and tucked, all sizes Regular. Sale Price. 1.50 1.25 85 1.00 .65 Life' task FMC? CtlUn at Less UM A regular slaughter sale, consisting of silk stocks, lace and embroidered wash collars, reg. 50c, 60c and 75c Friday Bargain 20c Refccei Women's fine Vici-Kid Lace tip, military heel and neat, sizes to 7, reg. per pair Friday................, Wtte Tffi 100 yards best quality Twill Sheeting, fine oven finish, 2 yards wide, reg. 40c per yd. Friday........... 32c Ladies' Blucher Cut Oxfords, patent tip, eitension sole, military heel, reg. per pair Friday Bargain.......... ;