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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AT THE H CRALD Just Arrived The Store of Quality JUST ARRIVED Just Received A large shipment of Flower Pots Our New Stock of Green Fresh VefdiUcs aa4 Arriving daily PHONE 21 jJ.ligiihotliiiiftCo.ltf G. CD. ti HUH I FUtfl Fuuily and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk e Dai THE PLACE TO STAY An ii Idfrtfji i tli Wing Men, Uttention j The NcKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE J Clearance Sale Of Hammocks Croquet Sets Baseball Goods Tennis Goods See Window Display BOOK SICRt 1st tear let Qf Uiioa Bank Phone 251 To tbose who suffer from the extreme heat, we are going to give a. few hinIs as to how you can make life more endurable these torrid days. Our w San Fernando Lime Juice i is the first aid to comfort this hot -weather., and a 40c BOTTLE J CFTY AND DISTRia A. Gower-Poole, of Cornwall, Out. is iii the city. Medicine Hat's tax rate has fixed at mills. The 0. W. Kerr Co. rail, a special Warner yesterday. The Misses Prouse arc away on a holiday trip to the Kgotc-uai Lakes. W. L. Walsh. Walsh Mc- Carthy. Calgary, is in the city business. Mrs. Maloncy was assessed ?5 mil costs. Ole Sheltou was askc-1 to "leave our midst." Rev. Reid, pastor of the Bap- tist Tabernacle has returned from a holiday spent in B. C. and Inuisluil. ilOuk-ti gut a. month at the Barracks for being drunk and disor I derly and resisting arrest yesterday. THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair.................. 82 Medicine Hat, .14 94 Winnipeg, fair SO Calgary, fair................... Lethbridge. fair...... 90 Bulletin Prom Central Office The. weather has continued very warm in B. C.. and in Alberta and the'warm wave is rapidly coming east. In nearly all parts it has been line. wind Fine ami very Saturday. Lo- cal thunder storms. Liberia and thunder storms but fiiu> and very Lvarm. will make (55 big, luscious, cooling drinks. Alberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists j i. S. RIPLEY, Wgp. LETH8RIDGE Finest and Freshest of Cigars Tobaccos and Pipes Just Opened Out I Ont., are visiting in the city. Mr. Percival is one of the I must, -prouiJnoiit citizens tlist" p of Ontario. i Mrs. Andrew Xeidig left on this morning's westbound regular fcr Fer- and other B. C. points- In an en- riieavor to recuperate Her failing; health. j The O. W. Kerr Co. have convinced the land seekers that water is within j easy access. They have sunk a wel I on the Cameron ranch getting an nn- limited supply of water at two i dred and ten feet. A band concert, by the Lethb-idge j Cfiy Band will be eiven on the square j this evening at 8 o'clock. A special i programme- will ba rendered includ- I ing some of the latest popular march- serenades, overtures, etc. j Tommy Mitchell, who hud his col- l lar bone broken and was badly cut up by wire in a runbway accident some days ago is recovering nicely. I Jen Baines has accepted a position with the Alberta Grain Co. and goes to Stavely at the beginning uf the month to take churge of their eleva- tor there. It. N. Shaw, accountant at the Hank uf Commerce who has been re- lieving at. lUi-.vli has returned to his old duties here. Mr. Shaw likes the north country but dot's not like ft uenrly as '.vull as this district. We always pay special attention to your and you Aviii always find iu- this store a loug and, com- plete rungo of Working Shirts froui75cupin Ga- latea Cloths, Sat- eeu, Ducks, Black, etc. H.B.K. Working .Gloves prices 15c to Men's Working Shoee all styles, prices to Men's Overall 'pants in Blue and BJack and gray, prices to .Men's Blue and Black Bib over- .alls, prices up Carhartt Over- alls for men We are sole agents for this line in Leth- bridge Try a pair. They have' .up equal. Men's Summer Underwear, per Suit up. Hot Weather Clearing Sale of CANVAS SHOES Meu'i White Canvas Blucher reg. Clear at Oxfords, reg. 2.25 Caiivui Bals, tan and white, reg. 1 Ladies' WhiteJCaiivas Blue Oxfords, reg. 1.25 COW (ft CO. Lethbridge Acre Lot on McKillop Street, Terms j ALBERT E. IVES lorn Z, ffiiier Uort PHONE w Head to Foot Outfitters for Men P. S.-B.V.D. Underwear PHONE 154 i A 1 1 the best Loaf of Home Made Bread made from Our Best Flour Aud entered at 'the Lethbridgo Fair First.... i 1 t I I Grocer Sells t t pidiFh XT, W. "GREEN; .Manager n R. W. Wallace's NETW STORE: Call and See W. T. Williams will build the new Collegiate Institute at Medicine Hat, The price will be A local of the United Mine Workers was organized at the Maple Leaf mine in the Pass this week. Miss Medd of the Elbow River who has been visiting Mrs. E. T. McGre- gor, left for home today. Owing to the removal.of nox Unarch the services on Sunday ;tt 11 a. ni. and 7.30 p. ui. will be in ihe Bijou Theatre. There'Is a report that Premier Me.-! Bride of British Columbia m.iy rim in Vjcioi-ia against Hon. Win. pieman for the House of Coninions. Mrs. O. T. Lathrop and son of Minneapolis; came to lujthbridge Mr. Lathrop in the last O. W. Kerr Co. party. They are visiting Mrs. T. S. McKenzie at the ranch. W. R. Maclnnes of Montreal, C.P. R. freight traffic manager, arul W. B. Lanigan of Winnipeg, the assistant freight traffic managerm are expected to arrive in the city on Tuesday in the course of their official tour of the West. A. H. 3IcKeown, chairman of tho Reception Committee and H. J. H Skeith went on the local this afternoon to meet the Minnesota -ef.l- itoru. The visitors had been billed to reach here at three o'clocfc but they will not arrive until 4.2.1 o'- clock. The programme us will be carried out. A quiet .wedding took place on Wednesday afternoon at the residence of R. B. Smith. Medicine Hat. when their eldest daughter. Miss Ha- Jean, was united in marriage to Mr. T. Victor Ready. _ _ On Tuesday evening. July 1-f" a very pretty wedding was celebrated at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Hubert McCall, Agiu- court. -Ontario, the occasion being the marriage of their daughter Isa- bella, to Mr. Ceo. E. 1'enlland. M.A. formerly principal of the city schools at Medicine Hat. Martin IVnolf. the Grand Master In September' another party of ed- itors will take a trip through West- ern Canada. These are members of the National Editorial Association. They-. will be in charge of W. J. White, of Ottawa, inspector of Can- adian emigration- agencies in United States, .who is in charge of the par- ty of..Minnesota; editors. Still later in September a party of experienced practical farmers 'from Scotland will tour Canada. These are members of the. Scottish Agricultural Societies, who'have been selected to-tour Ca- nada this fuIL A well groomed-business man is his own best advertisement. IE yon are looking for a situation, win it with a spruced up appearance. We do the trick for you. Old Suits ami Soiled Suits Cleaned and Pressed to look like new. MARK JOHNSTON BEHIND BALMORAL HOTEL Goods Called far and Delivered If .You Want to A House on Good Terms I have a number at Exceptional.Valnes Cheap Lots to Build Osv I have them'for Sale in any part of the city An Industrial Site Close to Kailroad. I have it L.S. RIPLEY Roc m" COMPLETE "CIIAXtSE OF .VRO- GKAiTME'AT'THE L51JOTJ TONIGHT The Consequences of.a Tho Affianced.. THustrateil Song A Diu-hesii' Crime. A Bad Joke. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN On Courtland St., just past of Bart- letfc, 1 12 storey frame house, size 14 x 18, built on lot 52 ft. x 120 ft. All fenced with boards and pickets. Price for quick sale, Easy terms! Apply E. T. McGregor, P.O. or Box 387, Lethbridge. 89-2 A meeting full of interest to Union men of Lethbridge will be held in the Labor Temple on Monday evening LUMBER Doors Sashes Sec our Now Birch Front Boors Prices uf Cardston came in'on 1 K.K'iil lust evening to meet th jnesnta editors so as to get in a few i cooil words for Curdston. says t.hsit l lit- crops are looking fine, the u'intiT being perfect. Harvest ing will be in full swing in about j spring wheat has been suiT.'i-ing somewhat lark of rain but a line rain fell tho other day and put it in shape. One more j will a bumper of spring gr.iin. 444444444 4 Let Us Fill Your i! 1 PRESCRIPTION next for C. A. Mugralh the Indepona Min- ent- Conservative nominee of the Me- dicine Lint Riding has accepted the invitation of the local Trades and Labor Council to address the work- ing men on that date. The minting ia open for discussion and will com- mence at 8 p. m. sharp. 4 lumber Co, Ltd. Phones 23 and 12o" Main Yard North of Track Office RedoathSt.West i 4 j! i 4 i devote a great deal of time and care to our prescriprion department, continually adding tho newest drugs and endea- voring in every way to meet the rr-cjuircmeiita of tin! doctor. Nevor do we take the liberty of changing or sub- stituting, and this more than anything else, explains why our proscription trade is constantly growing. Every prescription is put up by a graduate in pharmacy and is absolute- ly correct and the drugs absolutely pure. Think it over and let 113 have yonr next proscrip- tion. 4 4 4 FOR SALE Good business lot 25 x 135. with building 12 x 14 on St., op- poMU- the C. P. R. station. Clares holm. Prico cash. T. A. S'Vlgk-y, Clan-sholm, Alta. fc3-l FOS SALE A Miiall lot of linnber, one iron bed, I table and chairs for sale at 23 value! Room 10 Balmoral hotel. S3 61 WANTED Young man for office work. to (Joverunn-nt Telephone Block. Apply office. 1330 Small BROOCH LOST oval gold set with Box J.. H-rald. S3 S J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY 4' I I! For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer iu Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Rooms I Block LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. THE LAST CALL The last offering of high grade Musliu Dresses, Pina- fores.We must part company with these before close of month. Therefore be quick if you would save money. Girls' White Muslin Dresses, reg, for 51.65 2.1 1. u Girls' Pinafores IN fl Cfl .UK Other lines of Sunnier Goods in Price. [quail] .IS .70 .65 .40 Low THE: CASH STORE: A, Macdonald Co, Hovf about yonr Preserving Fruit Our first carload will- he hero shortly. Leave your orders now for what you want in that line. Prices" and (Into arrival later THE GOOD CO. Phone 98. .4 4 4 New Miinaijcenioht. Bet- ter Service. Best Mouls One patron bn'Tigs another to the Vancouver Restaurant 1st South of Mile Short Orders at all Honrs OUR EXPERIMENTAL FARM (Continued from Page Five.) less "determine a number of varieties that will ba especially adapted to our "soil and climate. An extra early and mi extra lute variety .itkkd .to UKI list -tiiftt aru already being grown in tho district will lengthen tlje bearing season considerably. A largo number of .various kinds of raspbories, both black and red; cur- rants, red, white and and gooBebfriros being tested. large appli; orchards' have start- c-u, four hundied apple trees being set out permanently and will be add- od each so that by the time the windbreaks are sufficiently groxvn, a very large number o[ hardy var- ieties will b.- under test. The fruit as with everything else, will be tested on both the irrigated and non irri- gated land. Ornamental trees and shrubs are being given careful atten- tion. N Irrigated Lands many of farmers on' irrigated lands tlie impression exists that-the amount of water that is sribed by law to be -sufficient to ir- rigate a given area of land is not To accumulate data rela- tive to the actual amount of water that is required to irrigate various crops, a me.tsuring device has been installed on the farm. This consists of a wier. Connected with this is an automatic gister which records the depth of the waU-r flowing over the WI.T at all times. From this record the aciuul volume of water used may be readily calculated. These meaiur- ni'rnts will be taken year after year and will in the aggregate afford val- uable, data from which an intelli- pont judgment be formed as to tlift actual amount of water that is rt-ally required to irrigate our farms .with existing conditions of climate and .soil ns iound in the district. The farm is placed within easy ac- c.-ss f.f the railways so thai the iarm- rs of the cruinl.ry may easily go to visit it and for themselves the results tin; tests that are bring made. This is the b.-st way for the fnniiiTs to d-rivv full benefit of 1h- work of th.-.- farm.. It is expect- ed that as times posses by, the ini- ton-st, which is already groat, will in- and hirgft numbc-rs of those in- in the farming operations will throng t'm> grounds of the exper- farnu Razors! Having; a largo quantity of tlio finest Hollow Ground Razors atgreatly reduced prices: we offer them in three grades Usual 2 50 2 2o Reduced each 1.75 1.50 HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vrooman Phone 75 ;