Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
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D. ligiikottin S Co.lU. Fimily aad Dispensing Chvmists Telephone 49 Resident Clerk The Store of Quality Why eat Meat when you can buy Bijou tonight, Human Frog. The wife of Jas. Carter, market gardener, is dead. Mrs. Ingram will not receive on Afontloy nor again this summer. Wrestling match two ex- champions Monday .evening, July 20. 10 o'clock. Bijou-hall. 2 Packages for Be PHONE 21 CO. ti KIM t ma [For Summer Showers I You will find a Sanford Raincoat all the pro- tection necessary. They are light and diessy. Length, 52 inches t and made semi-form or loose fitting t and in plain or striped patterns ASK FOR A SANFORD RAINCOAT Hot Weather dealing Sale of CANVAS SH0ES WhiU Ctavjui Bali, and white, .V ei' White Canfu Blue Oxfords, reg, 1.60 1.26 F.GOWACO E. SANFOtO HAMILTON', OXT. MANUFACTURING CO. WJKNIPEG, MAN, THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair Calgary, clear fair T6 74 81 50 50 30 BLAME PUT ON tHEOrBATOR Medicine Hat; July At the ad- journed into the 12 hours a, day since o. fair 9S 91 avop Bulletin From Central There have beeu some light .stowr- ers of vain in the prairie "provinces, McDon- principally Eastern. Saskatchewan Weather in all districts has been mo- derately warm. Comparatively cool at many points during the night. and warmer today and Finest and Freshest of Cigars Tobaccos and Pipes Just Opened Out It is ell of Calgary may be selected for Uie all-Canadian lacrosse team. R. T. Carr and. H. W. Faulkner of the Hudson's Bay Co. leave tonight to spend a week at Crow's Nest. The first train of twenty cars of cattls from iliik River Chicago, came iu yesterday. Others will fol- low today. iLrs. G-. CL Ives, Macleod., and Mrs. A. iL ilorden, PLncher Creek, spent j-cateruay in the city, guests at the residents of C. Ives. Miss Norma Walker of ilaconj- SDs- souri, sister pi Mrs; C. .R.' Daniel, and Miss Meryl Moore, of Bozeman, Mont., a cousin, are the guesta o[ Mrs. Daniel. The big show has come and gone and remember we can entertain you from ten to twenty nights at the Bi- jou for what it cost you to see wn- der the big tent. The Trusts and Guarantee Compa- ny, Liniited, of Calgary, has been appointed administrator of the es- tate of Ole Dahlberg, who lived near Wetaskiwin, and who died some time ago. President Sherman, of the Diatrict Mine Workers was in the city last evening. He reports that kad a fine rain on Thursday evening and that crop prospects ttoere are fine. Rev. A. A. Lytle will preach at Wesley Church tomorrow morning. In the evening the pastor. Rev. Harrison will preach taking for his subject "Gethsemane." Extra special Bijou tonight. Mr. W. J. McConnell of Lethbridge spent a few days last week at his pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. J, G. McCon- nell's on his way to the fair in Cal- News. Frank MacDonald and J. F. Gor- don of Brockton, Mass., have made arrangements for a wrestling bout to be pulled off at the Bijou on Mon- day evening next. Bost two out of three falls, winner to take the gate receipts. The niost popular event of ihe week was the wedding at Blairmore on Thursday evening, '.July 1-1. Bishop Legal of St. Albert's, Ed- monton, arrives this afternoon to make "his annual visit to St. Pat- rick's Church. The confirmation ser- vice will- be held tomorrow. A! E. Philip, Barrister, of Brandon Man., a -partner in Cattle Ranch Co., of Milk River, was in town for a few hours last night on his way to ililk River in connection with the big shipment of cattle being made by lie prevwittis bis firm. The proprietor of the Alberta Res taurant will face a charge of selling liquor without a license having been caught in the act, last night by the police. -The -Chink >wept copiously when the police made him a war that he must face, the Oiie of the Steam Laundry team ran away this morning starting tho Dallas Hotel and going up Round St. at a merry clip and east along Baroness Road. A rider captured them.. The team ran into a rig standing near the Dallas and damag- ed it slightly. The services at the Baptist tomorrow will be conducted "ia the morning by Rev. J. M. Harrison of Wesley Church and in the evening by Rev. Mr. Lytle of Westminster Road Methodist Church. Strangers wel- at >etween get in tlie country. There were now, however, i three..-.- Afie'r. being 'but three quarters ol an the jury returned the ver- dict, saying the cause of the colli- sion .was the -failure of Operator Ritchie to note in his clearance pa- per to engine !No. 702 that train No. 17 had not arrived, and also that, Engineer .Nicholson failed to check the train register and ascertain for himself whether clearance was cor- rect. We find also th.it Operator Ritchie had been working four hours over- time, extra every day during the four days previous Lto ihe accident, and that he had been on duty 12 hours previous to issuing said clearance.1 Ritchie, who skipped across the boundary, has not been heard of. ed by a freight car on Brautford aud Railway. The- resignation of Rov. Dr." Uos- from the pastorate of. Beer Park Presbyterian Church hus been accept- ed. Dr. Hossack contested .Xprth. To ronto in the hist provincial elections and The senate at Ottawa, last night gave the third reading to the anti- opium bill. Seven prisoners escaped from Td- ronto jail yesterday afternoon. They have not yet been recaptured. With a blade broken from her pro- peller n-result of striking a in the steamer Lennox of the; C'.P.R. reached Victoria, B. tilt one of silk valued ,a and dollarsv llorely arcCallester was probably atally itijurwl last night by a rig n which he was driving 'being struck a train at Orit. TELEGRAPHIC NOTES The C. P. R. 'hotel at Moose Jaw will be discontinued and the entiri depot there will now be used fo station purposes.. Doukhobor prisoners from Yorkton at Moosomin will only eat peanut and raisins. Capt, Peary's Arctic steamer sail ed from North Sydney, C. B., yes terday on his trip in search of th North Pole. She carries supplies fo three years. Thieves, who broke into residence J in Toronio, left behind them papers with the society columns marked. They had kept, tab on the persons who had left the city for the sum- Hulf Mile from city centre, Lott ou- the monthly pay m'eut plan ALBERT E. IVES Im 2, Hiier Hock WIN PRIZE: We offer for the best Loaf of Bread made from Our Best Flour v And entered at the Lethbridge Fair i i 4 4 1 1 Seeorifl ..200 You "Grocer Sell s It SOentor Co, Itt. G. W-GBEEN, Manager Raymond-. Mamth Lethbridre Public Notice OISIRICICOUR1 Will "be held at (lie tallowing places on the dates given commeucingatlOa.nl.: LETHBRIDGE, MONDAY, JULY 20th. PINCHER CREEK, TUESDAY, JU- LY 21st., WEDNESDAY; JULY 22nd. BLARMORE' THURSDAY, JULY 23rd. FRANK, FRIDAY, JULY 24th; S. B. Woods, Deputy Attorney General Edmonton, 10th July, 1908. Citizens who. are willing to assist in the .entertainment of the Minneso- ta editors next Friday'by providing conveyances, either automobiles or carriages, aiid "accompanying tlM vis- itors on. their trip around, the city and in the would confer n favor.by leaving their names ear- ly in the week, as possible, with A. I3uchauan at the Herald mer. Sirs. Wm. Ross, whose home is An- m I R. W. Wallace's STORE: Call and See LUMBER Uoors Sashes 4 I bert Slemmon was married to Miss j i -Jennie' Josephine, daughter of Mr. U- Howard, the- popular proprietor of 4 i the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Joim Klupperich was brought to the hospital from Magrath on Wed- nesday, suffering from a serious in- jury- to his back. He was engaged in firing on Dompier Bro- thers' traction engine near Mugrath. when the master wheel foil of! and landed on his body, catching him across the small of the back. He from Harvey, X.D. See our Bircfi front Prices Right it i j i it I lumber Co, Lti, Phones 23 and 123 Mam Yard North of Track Oftce RedpaASt.West Everything for the Bath Room That we arc head- qaarters for Batb Towels Bath Mitts, Bath Brushes. Sponge Sponge Wire Racks, Float-' ing Bath Soaps Do You Know That we are selling- the very finest kind of Talcum Powder for 25c a tin? If you do not tnovr. bet- ter drop in and soe. J- J- Johnston come. Sankey hymn, books used evening' service. Tomorrow is children's day at the Salvation Army. All children are! caster, was struck and instantly kill- cordially ieivited. to attend-the serv-! ices. A free and" easy afternoon meeting will he held-at 3 o'clock at which special dialogues will he ren- uered. Salvation meeting will be held at 7.30. The school has grown from 5 members to 50. The officers are planning for an outing during the sximmer. The ladies met yesterday afternoon at the residence of Itrs. A. E. Humphries for their annual meeting and election of officers. The retiring officers were re-olccted by ac- clamation as follows: President Mrs. A. E. Humphries, First Viqe Pres., .Mrs. J. Harrison; Second Vice Pres.. JFrs, C. McClcnaghan, third Vice Prcs., A. Harrison, Record ing Secretary. Mrs. C. McClcnaghan. Corresponding seTrctary, ifrs. C. R. Daniel; Treasurer, Mrs. A. B. Pipes; Supt. of Press Work, Mrs. W. Jor- dan. The mesnhers discussed sneans of co-operating with the Relief So- ciety. It was decided to put new H- teraturc boxes at the station. Ring Up 108 When you want PRAYING .Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: V Received Today California .Plutns Peaclies Water Melons f Also Washington Cherries Raspberries, etc. Everything Fresh arid the Prices are the Lowest THE GOOD Phone 98. T. Taj'lor will preach at Westmin- ster Church tomorrow, evening. BOOTS AND SHOES Bring your'boots and'shoes for re- pairs to J. Simm, near the lake, Westminster Road, North Ward; 84-6 WANTED To buy direct from owner 250 acres of land; G or 8 rriiles from sta- tioa in the Lethbridge district. J.F. Gordon, Dallas Hotel. 184-1 J phe very best imported We knoTr whefre arid how to bny. The prices will suit you. Tbe ladies are -invited to look at our stock. We sell Ihe best Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGnire's Old Stand PROGRAM AT THE AN'D 18 BMOU 17 The Xight KtiJfirs. For a Loaf 15r. Peasant Honeymoon in Prcsrription umggist -QUALITY For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands ami Lethbridge Properties Rotas i aU Bfefc LETHBRIDG-E, ALTA. erang The NEW TOWNS1TE of MONARCH, ALTA. TUESDAY, the 21 st of JULY, 1908 Lots in the Canadian Pacific Railway Townsite 9! Monarch, Alta., placed oh theVmarket TUESDAY, JULY 21st; at Milne Noble's Office, Claresholm Business Lots Residence Lots to to Terms-One-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months. Interest 6 per cent This new Towiisite of Monarch is situated on the main line of the Canadian Pacific Crow's Nest Line, known AS the Leth- bridge-Macleod cut off. half way between Lethbridge and Macteod, in one of the best agricultural districts in Southern AnVrrtft. and there are good openings in all kinds of business here, Write, wire or phone for any information Milnes Noble Clareshoim, Alta.