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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AJfeM iwr jot nifTiiG Herald TW PLACE TO WAY Ita H UttMy to HUN MB' Just Arrived Pure Green The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. SuJford and Hick Wikely PHONE Of Hammocks Croquet Sets Baseball Goods Tennis Goods See Window Display NfH 5TME 1st tar fct if MM tat Phone 251 JUST ARRIVED Our New Stock of Paris oreen j. 0. ligiibotfcu ftk'Ui Clark The Store of Quality Just Received A large ihipinent of Flower Pots In all sizes Arriving daily PHONE 21 iuTi tl tfLttl ft WEI INTEREST INCREASES As the season advances, both in the great variety and exceptional quality of the goods found on the bur- gain counters week by week. 41 well as in the large savings that appeal to economical buyers. On every dollar purchase of our advertised goods you receive to the extent of or which is equivalent to a gain of 25 to percent iutereit on your money AND DISTRICT V Hot Weather Hints i To those who suffer from the extreme heat, we are going to give a few hints as to how you can make life more endurable these torrid days. Our San Fernando Lime Juice is the first aid to comfort this hot weather, and a 40c BOTTLE will make 65 big, lascious, cooling drinks. Charles Egau of Warner is in tbe city. T. E. Sauuders of Piiicber is iir town today- John Harvie has taken out ii per- mit for a dwelling on Brun- tou St. linton Lundy and J. E. Ardell re- turned last night from a visit to tfco Winnipeg fair. Miss Link, returned last night fi'Mii a three weeks' holiday spent at Cal- gary and Banff. To rent, for August and Septem- ber, a furnished cottage, good local- ity. Apply Herald. NO BASEBALL TONIGHT. Raymond Mercantile Co. got judg- ment in District Court yesterday ag- ainst Nels Larsen by consent of coun sel. Mr. and itrs. E. B. Hill left on the flyer last night for a, month's hoi: day at Vancouver, Cranbrools Moyti, and Penticton. E. Matthews of Macleod has en gaged vrith and Hamilton barbers. Three chairs are running steadily at this shop' now. James ilcCaig, Supt. of EdmoJi ton Public Schools, who has been siting in the city for a short time went to Raymond thig morning. R. Carr and H. Faulkner of th Hudson Bay Company returned from Crow's Nest yesterday. "While oat boating all their equipment und clo- thing- together with their tent was burned. Mrs. W. E. Brown from Calgary is visiting Mrs. Rose Crawford. She is also looking for a location for her husband who is thinking of going in- to business here. i _In the early-closing appeal case. R. Sage vs. City of Lethforidge, argu- ment was continued hv counsel this THE WEATHtR Edmonton, fair'............... 84 Calgary, 80 iledicme lint, clear 90 Macleod, clear 97 Winnipeg, clear...... 74 Lethbridge clear 93 02 52 64 51 44 54 and warm today and Friday. Thunder storms in few localities. Prescription 'Specialists C, I, HUH, LETMIIKE Finest and Freshest of Cigars Tobaccos and Pipes Just Opened Out in R. W. Wallace's STORE: morning and completed. Judge Win- ter reserved Ins'decisfom. Yesterday's court proceedings in the early closing bylaw appeal were as follows. C. F. Harris moved for quashing bylaw without the hearing of evidence on the ground that the prosecution had no case. The judge refused this. Therefore the case ahead on. its merits and still con- tinues. Calgary Herald: Word was received in thu city today of the death of Mrs. George F. Bull, in Chicago last Sunday. She was very well known in Calgary where she hud made her home since her husband was appoint- ed chief engineer ol the C.P.R. irri- gation department and also in Leth- bridge where they lived previous to moving to Calgary. She was only 32 years of age and c. little girl is left As the baseball team has to go to 'aber in the morning and as a num- ber of both the Y. AT. C. and Press eauisarc not in town, there will be no game tonight as the clubs do not wish to give any exhibition with patched up teainsv People can staj home and keep cool. This is the last night you can set. the Juneral of the slain king of For tugal at the Bijou, it is pronounced by those who saw it to be one o the finest and most Impressive' scenes ever thrown upon the canvas. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham and family left this morning for To ronto. Mr. Higinbotham will retur in a few weeks but Mrs. Higinboth am and the children will reside ther for some time. What are we going to do about the gum weed? Something ought to be done right away. It is coming out in flower and ii allowed to go ti> seed it will be beyond control next year. Strenuous measures should taken to eradicate it. It ia a source of annoyance to ladies as it ruins dresses. J. W. Waddell will build a store- house on Argyle Mr. icUlell is an expert at mixing and tesMng tea. He is going into the U-u and coffee business and if thoroughly vu- derstanding his profession is a uar- antee of success, Mr. Waddell not worry about results. This was a big day at the police court. Three sports got each for "tipping the can" too freely. A stranger who claims to be an Aus- LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS In a great variety of styles this season's buy ing. Nothing wrong with the goods but we have overbought and you reap the advantage of our being overstocked. Regular for 4.75 6.00 7.95 10.00 2.95 4.50 5.85 6.50 Hot Weather Clearing Sale of CANVAS SHOES s Men's White Canvas Blucher Bala, reg. Clear at Oxfords, reg. 12.75. 2.26 Canvas Bals, tan and white, reg. 'I Ladies' White Canvas Blue Oxfords, reg. 1.25 F. COW (ft CO. Uthbridge Acre Lot on McKillop Street, Terms ALBERT E.IVES hra 2, Him Nock PHONE 14-T FANCY DRESS MUSLINS We advertised these goods last week and the response was so satisfactory we -have decided to give them another run. You will do well to see them'while the assortment lasts. Prices for this week: rl Regular 17Jc for 20c 30c 40c 60c u 13c 15c 23c 30c 45c THE BARGAIN COUNTER Is still loaded with snaps of.various descriptions, in- cluding LADIES' WAISTS at 2Gvper cent discount and BOYS' WASH SUITS at 25 per cent discount Special line of Prints in a dozen different patterns at, per yard..........................-........ ..lie J. BROWN CO. LTD. WIN PRIZE We offer for the best Loaf of Home Made Bread made from Our Best Flour And entered at the Letlibridge Fair Second........................ 200 Third......................... LOO -YourGrocer Sells It Ellison Milling 4 Elevator Co, Ltd.-H- G. W. Manager If You Wont to Buy A House on Good Terms I have a number at Exceptional'Values Cheap Lots to Build On I have them for part of the city AJI Industrial Site Close to Railroad. I have it LS. RIPLEY Rorm 5, Whitney Block tralian put up a lively scrap but was forced into the coop by three or four men in spite of his strenuous objections. He did not care for ich close confinement nnd freely tated his inclinations. The Jfagis- atc and Chief of Police met their aterloo in the obstreperous Mrs. taloney or Mary seem- d to forget her was de- sorted as an undesirable some two months ago. She wanted to do all he talking except when nsked some- Call and See LUMBER Doors Sashes See our New Birch Front Doors Prices Right i tajtrs-Cuoningham Let Is Fill Your i PRESCRIPTION i I it mil AM PA ItH mnmci vu, Phones 23 and 123 Mara Yard North of Track Ofke Redraft StWest We devote a great deal of time and care to our prescription department, continually adding the newest drngs and endea- voring in every way to meet the requirements of the doctor. Never do we take the liberty of changing orsub- aLitutuivj, aim LtiiS iiiOrc than anything else explains why otir prescription trade is constantly growing. Every prescription is put np by a graduate in pharmacy and is absolute- ly correct and the drugs absolutely pure. Think it over and let tion. P.'NCHER CRZEK NEWS The Fishburn. Farmers' Association and Spring Ridge. Society of Equity will hold their annual picnic at the ranch of Mr. II. H. Koo- tenai River on Wednesday. A num- ber of well known speakers will ad- dress the gathering after which a. programme of sports will be proceed- ed with. Mr. -Jno. ITumierson itj-i-'l on Sundnj- from Winnipeg fihe took in the Dominion Fair. Sir. Hen derson was iicronpanied hi-> J.T> nil Miss SwarU of Winnipeg, who will visit here for a while with her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Miller. Residents of this district will be glad to learn thnt as the result of thing she did not care to tell, was arrested for being drunk disorderly. FOR SALE Good business lot 25 x 135, with bnilding 12 x 14 on Railway St., op- posite the C. P. R. station, Clares- holm. Price cash. T. A. Sedgley, Claresholm, Alta. 83-1 FOR SALE A small lot of lumber, one iron bed, table nnd chairs for sale at 2 3 value. Room 10 Balmoral hotel. S3 G Sho some kicking .lone by the C.I'.R. has tr hoi-i the afternoon train from Jtacleod to Calgary, for' two hours instead of one to ensure connection with the east-bound local which rfocs away with having to spend the night in Macleod when the local is'late; Mr. Geo.Berry, who was formerly in the hardware business in Pinch Creek, and who returned rect-nth from a trip to Europe, has purchase the business of Bell Co., black smiths. The business will in futur J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY. QUARTERS- WANTED Young man for office work. Apply to Governmi-nt Telephone office, Higinbotham Block. 183 O BROOCH LOST Small oval gold buckle set with pr-arls, reward. Box J., Hfrald. 883 For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FA5M LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ii How about your Preserving Fruit Oar first carload will be here shortly. Leave your orders now for what yon want in that line. Prices ii IO I THE GOOD CO. e conducted under name of the X. L. Blacksmith Co. A visitor in town who is receiving hearty welcome on all sides, is he RL-V. H. R. Grant, of Fernie, ormerly in of the Presbyter- an church, Pincher Creek. He is acompanied by Mrs. Grant .and son. BIJOU PROGRAM FOR WEDNES- DAY AND THURSDAY Funeral of Late King of Portugal. A Bad Bargain. Illustrated Song. Comic1. Serenade-. Seamstress Komance. Under New Management The latest which all citizens of Lethbridge should know is the fact that the. Vancouver Restaurant formerly the COLUMBIA, is "uow under new manage- ment who are prepared to please the most fastijious. They have done so elsewhere and can do it here. Menu to tempt the appetite these warm days; Short Orders at All Hours OPEN DAY AMD tflGHT Wing YongTong Go. A well groomed business man is liis own best advertisement. If you are looking for a situation, win it with a spruced up appearance. "We do the trick for you. Old Suits and Soiled Suits Cleaned and Pressed to look like new. JOHNSTON BEHIND BALMORAL HOTEL Jt. HUDSON'S BAY CO'Y. FRIDAY BARGAINS WONDERFUL VALUES at Little Prices Pillow Cotton At a Bargain Best quality White Circular Pillow Cotton fine even finish, 42 and 44 in. wide, reg. 25c yd. Friday..... Friday Bargain In Wash Silks 300 yards best quality Chiua Silk, colors white, cream, sky navy, brown, cardinal, pink and black, 27 in. wide. There is suro to early. Reg. 60c yd. Friday... 4OC Big Reductions in Ladies' Wrappers Women's Black Sateen Wrappers, yoke trimmed with braid, deep flounce around skirt, made of good quality g sateen, worth For. 1 Big Sale of Colored Shirt Waist Suits About one dozen in the lot, made o'f best quality Chambreys and Ginghams, plain and neat check neatly trimmed, all sizes, rep. and a suit. Friday Bargain.. Children's Dresses Reduced Children's Chambrey Dresses, Buster Brown effects, neatly trimmed, colors sky and pink, 10and 12, reg. Friday....... Wonderful Value in Ladies' Night Dresses 3 dozen only Ladies' made of splendid white cotton, Bnished with tucks and lace, full size, worth every cent of 90c. On so le Friday... ;