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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta rtprniG THE HERALD THT fLACE TO WAY til Mill WH Bargains in.. la Cnan (reoers 2 3 8 10 Wwrfer 3.00 5.50 7.00 4 qt. Blizzard 3.25 6 4.75 We Sell for The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie StaSbrd Hick WsJcely JUST ARRIVED Our New Stock of s Cloth Bound Books Regular 35c value. Just the thing for these hot days. Don't forget our Clearance Sale. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st floor lest af ilnioi lank Phone 251 Hot Weather Hints When the sun hangs in inidheaven like a disc of burning brass and your every onnce of clothes hangs on yon like a re- proachful conscience, you should always remember there is instant relief by buying a bottle of our San Fernando Lime Juice 65 luscious, cooling drinks in a 40c BOTTLE ij Prescription Specialists I 5. WPlflf, BgP. J. ri. NglibttM I Co.ltl Family and Disjxusiug Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of QtiaJity We have just unpacked our TUMBLERS including Jellies with lids aud several other varieties Our stock of Groceries and Fruit is up-to-date. Give us a call and be convinced. PHONE 21 G. BBJHR CO. kcttssars ti iEUfii I i t i i i 111 it i i i i i n v 11111 Baseball tonight. Dan Hassou was fiued 55 and cost? for being d. and d. Judge Winter went lo Cardstoti this aioruiug to sit on a District Court case. AIL Hoseltcn will oyeu his barber etHy shop iu oue side of A. Eaistou's new store in a lew days. C. Rushing ol Regino. went througli the city for Coutts with a carload of racehorses. H. M. Hills has returned from Mac- leod where he was supplying in the office of the Union Bank. About thirty men were out at the Artillery practice last aight. The bat tery did some fiue work at firing the gtms. There will be a meeting of" the Council of the Board of Trade to morrow (Wednesday) evening at eight o'clock. Remember another one of thoso Jc-- lightiul dancing parties takes place again at the Bijou Wednesday ing, July 29. THE WEATHER Edmonton, raiu .......25 74 48 l.ethbridge clear 88 48 Medicine Hat. clear 90 44 lleglna, fair..................... 75 48 Calgary, cleat- 78 48 Winnipeg, clear 78 54 line and decid- Loeal thunder storms the night and on Wednesday. Saskatchewan mostly fair and arm. Local thunder Alberta, showers and local thunder torms but mostly fair. 4 4 4 NEIW STORE: NEW STOCK Pipes BBB Pipes Meerschaum Pipes Cigar Holders Cigarette Holders Splendid Assortment Call and See R. W. Wallace's The Smoker's Headquarters j Seven carloads of cattle including i oue hundred and forty-three head were shipped to Winnipeg yesterday j from Cardston by D. Balcovski. i Miss Somerville of Toronto and Miss Halloway of Vancouver are the guests of the Misses Hardie. A dance is being given in their honor this ev- ening. Mr. and Mrs. R. Ormornl have re- turned from their wedding trip to Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie and spent yesterday with her mother Mrs. Danny Hasson, jr., is charged be fore Magistrate Humphries with, hav ing given two uottlei- of whiskey to an Indian. Dark Moon. He was n> rnanded until tomorrow afternoon. Wrestling match at the Bijou Tues day evening, July 28, L. R. Gordon vs. Fred Bartell. This will be i match well worthy of your time ant money as both gentlemen are wel j versed in their profession. Frank Bickerdike of Montreal, for merly of the A. R. I. Co. offic staff, but now private secretary t W. R. Maclnnes, freight traffic mar ager of the C.P.R., was in the cit, a few hours today renewing ivquain tances. lie is making the tour o the C'.P.R. system with Mr. Macln- nes. The troubles over tho street grad- ing have commenced. M. Barford objects to the citv lowering the grade in front of his residence on Hurdett St., UH he had his property i brought sip to the grade previously determined' by the council. His law- ;yer will ask the council to pay the j damages done his property. W. Thompson, of Brumpton, Ont., s iu the city. W. H. Fares of Gordon, Ironsides Fares, Winnipeg, is in the city to- lay. The Y.M.C. and Hiiihvay teams neot again tonight a good game should result as the teams are wel matched. W. II. Youiig returned from his sur veying camp south of Pincher Creek to attend to some business in con ticction with that work. The directors of the Lethbridge aru District Agricultural Society IT FRUIT FRUIT meet in -the office of the North West Jobbing Co. at 8 o'clock tiiis even ing. t'amoose Taylor got into Magis- trate Humphries' bad favor by being brought before him on a charge of vagrancy. "He could show that he had earned in the last three mouths so the magistrate dccidecT he xvould make him work some way or other, so he assessed him and costs or three months in jail. J. KcCaig has returned from a short trip to the upper St. ilary's. He reports the finest appearance of prosperity in the immense hay, grain and root crops and in the fine con- dition of the stock in St. Mary's. Cardston, Spring Coulee, Raymond, and Magrath districts. The fishing he says Baseball tonight, Y. M. C. vs. Rail- way. Admission free. The corner stone of the new Knox Church will be laid by Mrs. lop this evening at 8 o'clock. In- strumental music will be rendered be- fore the service. An opportunity will be given to all to inspect the building as far as completed. After- wards n garden party will be held on the lawn of Mr. E. U. Rylands. Light refreshments ami music be furnished. All cordially welcome. The police receivwl word that a certnin character recently releas- ed from jail where he had been in durance vile for stealing a rooster, had gone to his wife's home, but not his as they are not congenial spirits. had raised a racket, turned her out of her house, drunk all her whiskey niul finally knocked her down. When they went to investigate, the woman in question did not wish to lay anv information and as it was ht-r quar- rel the police wisely out of fa- mily quarrels. VEGETABLES VEGETABLES Expected Here- Tomorrow WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 Be sure and leave your order if you want any Peaches, Plums, Pears, Apples, To- matoes, New Potatoes, Dry Onions, Cabbage, Watermel- ons, etc., as you will get these goods cheaper while this car is here. It must be cleared out in a few days, so 'be quick if you want any. We sell cheaper in quantities. Hot Weather Clearing of CANVAS SHOES Men'a VPhite Canvas Blucher Clear at Oxfordf reg. 2.25 Canvai Bali, tan and-: white, .rejjr u l.tiO Ladies' White Canvas Blue Oxfords, reg. 1.25 F. COW CO. Uthbridge Acre Lot on McKtllop Street, Terms ALBERT E. IVES INK 2, Oliiir Mock PHONE PHON i mum V A -H-M-W. WIN A PR I We offer for the best Loaf of Home Made Bread made from Our Best Flour And entered at the Letlibriclge Fair Second........................ 2.00 i.OQ Your Grocer Sells It i Ellison illing Elevator Co, Ltd, ..G.W. .GREEN, Manager Raymond Magrath Lcthbridge Best Bargains in the City G-roomed House with water connection in North Ward, close to school, price good terms. Lot 47 ft. 9 in. x 125 ft. iu Block E, price Lots in North Ward, SCO, and on good terms. L S. RIPLEY Room 5, Whitney Block ii i i i i i 1 i 11 i i i i i 111 i i Let Is Fill Your j PRESCRIPTION ELECTIONS Our Paper is no than AHa v brand will gi satisfaction I TRY iurnhop Pn lid LUlH'Jui UUi liU; Phones 23 and 12o Ham Yard North ol Track Office RdpathSlWest a great deal of time and care to our prescription department, continually adding the newest drugs and endea- voring in every way to nippt. thf rooiiirfjinonfy? of tho doctor. Never do we take the liberty of changing or snb- and this more than why our prescription trade il bvery prescription is put up by a cjrafhiatft in pharmacy and is a'Dsoiuto- ly correct and the drucjs absolutely pure. Think it over and let ns have noxt proscrip- tion. J- J. Johnston Presrnption Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- GREATEST DISPLAY OF Ever shown iu Lethbridge. Must be cleared nt niiy price. We must have money before August 15th, so now is the time to supply yourselves at below cost price. ladies' Hats, to for 3.75 2.50 2.00 for .25 Ctiildren's Strews, Belts, Fancy Hat Also Ladies Pins and a few Ribbons at half price. Special line of Childt-en's Dresses greatly rediiced. Must be cleared. A very fine assort- ment in Val Lace, Dainty Wash- able Bonnets of Tarns. BARGAINS IN FLOWERS Sale Commences 9 o'clock Wednesday Morning A wellgroomed business man is his own best advertisement. If youare looking for a situation, win a spruced-up appearance. do the trick for you. -Old Suits and Soiled Suits Cleaned and Pressed to look like new. Phone 275 MARK JOHNSTON BEHIND BALMORAL HOTEL GoWs Caiy fa and Delivered i i JL WINNIPEG MARKETS Wheat- No. 1 Hard.....................1065-8 No. 1 Northern ................105 5 8 No. 2 Northern..............102 5-81 No. 3 Northern ...............10058 No. 4 No. 87 No. 6 ........._............... 78 Feed 1........................ 70 Feed 2....................... 50 Oats- No. 2 White.................. 731-2 No. 3 White 42 Rejecte'd 41 No. 2......................... 43 Flax- No. 1 N. W..................... 120 No. 1 Man.................... 119 ,4 IN ALBERTA fj c- A- Cooksley I Montreal, July erford stated tonight that iho Alber- ta provincial elections would yonr 5ti unx-. thing thut occur ing elections in Saskatchewan. Kill Block Corner Store Goo'is Charged. No Goods Sent on Approval or Exchanged FRENCH PRESIDENT IN RUSSIA Bi-val, July Faller- ariwd-ht-re at 3 o'clock on the French battleship Veritellverite, whicli was by an armored cruiser and a gunboat. The princi- pal-part of the Russian fighting fleet lined up in honor of the oc- casion. H-l-i H HI UMi TO RENT 2 unfurnished rooms in North Ward. Apply German's shoe store. 1906 Western Stationery Business. Man! 1000 page Letter Books, leather bound. 500 in. stock. Special this WeekJIJN Regular ftree Utter Presses Ckesp i Printing No Order too Large No Order too Small LETHBRIDGE ALTA. For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FAPM LANDS See W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands ami Lothbrulpe Properties Rooms 1 and 2 Southard Bicck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. I MR. NAISMITH'S HARVEST clcr growinp aml w-th t raising on the Kaismith place is a at Mr. Naismith's i piece of model farming that would i .farm yesterday with two seven-foot stand imitation in tho district. There rutting machines. Mr. N'atsmith has arc two hundred land in the one huniirrri r.nd Nui.sinilli ttiat arc r.oi, "ct I beautiful winter wheat grown from under crop. This part of the farm Mr. WooHord's first premium Alberta i is to be rievtitcrJ partly to timothy of iwr. njro. Tho apprar- land partly to blue joint hay. A j anrn of the Hold npeaks very