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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta e THE PLACE TO Si A n (JUMP in Mm Just Arrived :JMMMHBimMHBHV Kill We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford Hick ft PHONE: 62 Camera Blank Books In all Kuliugs And other Office Supplies Use our Carbine Cameras with all the latest improve- ments. These cam- eras can be used .with'a.roll film plate or pack. We are showing new and up-to-date novelties for photography, The Store of Quality Just received, a fresh sup- pl jJJigiihetbaiSCo.lH. Family ud Dispensing CbeiuUts Telephone W Resident Night Clerk OTY AND DISTRICT 1st far fet if hiii Ink Phone 2fil McConkey's i Chocolates Have you tried them They are made from ab- solutely pure ingredients and are noted for their exquisitely delicious flavor They are the most nutri- tious of all connections and are so pure that.they are easily digested by the most delicate person -with ease PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, -any time Prescription Specialists 1. I. IIIIET, Mgr, LHIIIIKE 'W -Finest and Freshest of Cigars Tobaccos and Pipes 'Just Opened Ont We are unpacking our Crockery today, consisting of White Cups aud Sau- cers, etc. PHONE 21 ti IHSU i fUttl Some one wonts to rent tke street sprinkler. A car of sulphur is expected this week at the Hudson Bay Co. What's the matter with the waggon" these days? The streets need sprinkling, -r Stanley Tufl left last night for Iten ver. Col., where he has accepted n lucrative position in a grocery es tablishment. Albert Patenaude, a youth from Variier was found drunk and do1 horse and rig down at the Fair rounds. He. had been doing some eckless driving so the police gather- ed him in last eight.. What might have proved a serious accident was averted this niorniug vhen the end joist of the new Bow- man building broke, Torcing out the nd wall on half the building. One of the workmen escape with a few bruises and scratches. Yesterday afternoon Ernest E. Tickner and Miss Elsie May Fosker. THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair............... .82 54 Calgary, 87 Medicine JIat, clear......... 58 Lethbr.idgc, clear............... 89 clear............... 74 48 Eulletiir From Central Office The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been fair for the mos part and partly fine and very 'warm In -Manitoba and Saskatchewan the temperatures have been moderate farther west it has been warmer. Provinces fin and decidedly wnrin todiiy and Wed nesday. 1 J UtnJd Is not responsible (or exprMMd in col- All bi by the writer's publication Vill refused. Editor Ix'thbriuge Daily Herald; 13eaj- your issue of the 17th nst. I notice a letter iu connect LOU with the two baud proposition iu the sijjutxl liy one "Ifar- aud as head of the new bf-nd [feel it niy duty to point out to 'Harmony" that his druuiutic plea it the conclusion of liis letter, -'Get together and see what can be done" shows that he is ap- parently rather ignorant of the rea- ions why there are two bands. Tho practice of Aising an. alias or assumed name in' order to coecea.1 .one's iden- tity Is more the practice among cri- minals and black-hand societies than among thoso who are able to back up their own opinions and sign their oin names to any communications published, .in the newspapers. If "Harmony" will come out in the open and ask his questions person ally of any of our members he will show himself more wprthy o consideration by those most concern ed with band matters and will also be able to find out a little about the subject, but we do not propose to -V worry ourselyc'S about the, opinion o one who his use of a pscud.onym. v. Yours truly, n.-. B. L. Manager Lethbridge Concert Bam [JUST RECEIVED 50 Cases Cali- fornia Peaches To Belt nt and per Case Also 50 CASES PLUMS .At from. to per Case- 1HEGOODCO. Hot Sale of CANVAS SHOES White Canvas Blucher Clear aC Oxfords, reg. 2.2B Canvas Bals, tan aud white, reft. 1.60 Ladies' While Canvas Blue OxfottW. reg 1.25 P.COWfrCp. Lethbridge Phone M. to build it and jricidenially mention; ed that the pumps at the station should be lowered and the water gal- leries should- be '-.cemented so as to prevent the dirty wuter from coming in at the. flood time. .lyes simThe would never vote for the expenditure of money on the Half Mile from city centre, Lots on the monthly payment plan 'ALBERT E. IVES tos 2, Bittr Itock 'HONE united in matrimony by Hev. J. If. Harrison. at the Methodist Par- onage. Both the young people live in, the city and are connected the Salvation Army. J.' F. Rogers and J. W. Young have formed a partnership to "con- duct a sale stable. They will buy. sell, and break horses. is located on Wood St. The stable Both gentle men are and favorably known in the district and have the confi- dence of the public On Saturday evening as Ben Goin, an employee of the Fafrfield farm, was stepping out of the waggon, his foot slipped between two braces with the result that he was thrown vio- lently to the ground. His leg re maining caught both bones were brok- en' bet'.veen the knee and the ankle. The break is a bad one but the pa- tient is getting along nicely at the home of grandfather, G. W. Wie ganu, on Smith St. J. Davis a- big pottcryman from Liverpool, England, has been in the city some-days looking over thc prospects here for establishing a pot- tery plant. He liked the day in North Ward but it is not exactly] what he wants. He is making aj Th.3 champion club swingers tonigh at the Bijou. R. A. Wilkes went to Nanton on the.local toda-r.-' A., L.' Foster .went to Cascade, B. C. this morning. A fine boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Silver today. A. F. Weris is moving his house- hold effects to Bow Island today. W. Brooks is putting up the signs on the Victoria and Quick Lunch restaurants. Wuh Chpng lias sold the Columbia restaurant. The name will be chang- ed to "The Victoria Restaurant." W. M. Campbell and Mrs. Camp bell, of Macleod, were in town for a'few hour's last evening. Rev. J.-M. Harrison left this morn- ing to spend his vacation, at his fruit f.irm in the Okanogau Wilson and Messer have been ap pointed smiths and horse shoers for ihe Eoyal North Mounted Po- lice. To the Editor Daily As a' citizen aud taxpayer may I 'is responsible for the absurd idea the four inch drop 'at each lone crossing in our new cement side- _ Instead of a smooili walk corner to corner the wel- fare of: ihfe pedestrian seems to :be sac- rificed in order that a few dray teams may drive in a little closer to tbe curb after the lanes are paved. Yours faithfully, A. E. Eastern now has a commodious store and shop. He has removed the end of the old store and is today us ing the addition to the building. Swinging of the clubs, coupled with the moving pictures and illustrated song, will make this one of the most enjoyable evenings of the week at the Bijou, all at the same low price of admission. Don't miss it. The Herald yesterday received a case of mixed drinks from the B. Y. Bottling Co. Just the thing these hot "clays. Thanks. The ice cream men intend to follow this example and keep on the good work. McKenzie Bros., who hare, a sub in R. W. Wallace's NEW STORE: Call and See trip through the to find contract ,on the street grading, have most suitable point to invest some money in a business of this .sort. lie LUMBER Doors Sashes leaves tonight with H. IT. Parry and J. Arnold for British Columbia. Through thc kindness of Mr. and Mrs. Reid, at the runiping station, the members of Knox Church Choir were invited to yesterday af- ternoon at the River Bottom. A de- lightful quiet time was spent under the trees, aftcV which all sat down to supper in the open. A vote of thanks was given to the host and hostess after supper and two photos of the party were taken. The dcsirt to spend the evening down there was .strong, but duty coming first, the members loft about 7 p.m. for thc a number of teams at -work on Fdrd St. and on Coutts St. "At the junc- tion of these two streets the level must ba made considerably lower. Among the bunch that went to Mac leod to boost the baseball were H. Bannerman, C. Bannorman, Dr Courtice, E. Dawson, H. A. Maveety H. Nicholson, G. P. MncAr thur, C. McDonald, 0. D. Austin. E. Trowbridge and A. G. Harrison of Edmonton, R. Ar Wallace of High (TOSTORT 0 OF SWING rlContinGed from-Front Page.) dark and slie could "see the man- walk- up down the sidewalk and a" number" of- men around the front of the Windsor: _ To.Mr.-Simmons, witness said she "seventeen -years of age and -was i Slav. She is not the sama. She ii> the Bijou; with him thrqe_or tour times. not been afrfic to go witli htm. Once after she went to the Windsor, he-went part way with her to her home She had not spoken to him since They had a :little tiff and she toft him there were lots of other fellows The evening-.of the circus was th first time she had gone --out .with Jin Treleuven. She had no ill feelings against Rudiak, but she did no speak to him although she saw hin often around the? Windsor. She was not acquainted with Grallam, bu often saw him. with Rudiak. Wit ness described the clothes worn b; the accused the night of the circus They followed .and passed; thepi cam ing home from the circus. Hearin them behind, she said to her friends "There is a, fellow, that with mo and he is following us.' When they got to the gate Rudia' was walking ..on the sidewalk. Sh didn't know who grabbed her. Sb did not turn around to see but jus screamed. She saw the man through tlir back yard when she got to the door, about four, steps away. She did see his face as he- ran awav. River and James Bowes of Red Door were in the city last night and woni to Cardston this morning to hol ontert.iim-d for his recovery. I J- J- Johnston T Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTEflS- I For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lcthbridsxc Properties Rooms 1 2 Mad Block LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PRICE FIXED FOR ELECTRIC PLANT (Continued from Front metres to be-.spent as the metres are required. In the discussion of tha other de- bated item. Aid. Cunningham was a minority of one. He was opposed to Uie plan of putting the plant at the pumping station as it meant an outlay of about fifty thousand dollars and b. cause thought that the present plant of the. Electric company could repaired to serve the needs of city for a number of years ot n far The Mayor said that it could not be patched up as it was a firetrap. Aid. Tvos maintained that in adopt- ing the rrpMii of the special commit- tee on the subject that the matter moving thc had settled ;im5 Aid. Adams thought it foolish- nes3 to attempt to patch up the old building. The Mayor said that the building was useless but that a good of the machinery was as good as new and could bo in the. no.w buikuup. The present plant" would have to be used for a year as it would be next, spring before they could stnrt on the building of a miw power house and it would take nil summer "7fs not what we claim It's what the goods prove" The proof of trie economy of Progress Brand Clothing is found in the clothes themselves. Progress -Brand garments will wear longer, have more style, and keep their shape better than clothes costing to more. This label is your protection. Look for it Sold and Guaranteed by McRELVIE McGUIRE. I have a modern picture framing outfit-and a stock of mouldings. Would you like that suit to look as well as when you got it from the tailor? To do thig is our business. We do it promptly, satisfactorily and reasonably. Goods called for and delivered. MARK JOHNSTON BEHIND BALMORAL HOTEL W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER Three Doukhobors are in the Regina city jail and their leader, who. is in the guard rooms at lha Mounted Po- lice Barracks, n-fuso all food that is offered them. They will 'starve to death unless returned to the, Yorkton settlement. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank. D-lyr EXCEUENCE in Fine Job Work is Oar Motto ;