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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw and Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS SN CONNECTION The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACfc TO STAY Ikeo In litlrtriijge It tfce ULLI3 HOT! I TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS IN RANGES One Only Round Oak Range, extended and high closet, regular price A to clear..............................JOU.OU One Only Steel Steward, extended and high closet, regular price, to nA clear................................tyW.UU The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX PHONE 62 The Store of Quality Try some Maclver Boiled Ham The Ham that has the Right Flavor PHONE 21 G. BHR CO. First MION Grocery Store In City If you want first-class Groceries, fresh Fruit for preserving, high-class Confec- tionery, Good's delicious Ice Cream or. if you want to find anyone, follow the crowd to THE GOOD CO. And you will be almost certain to find them PHONE M HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Real Estate Bargains 4-room Cottage ami full-size Lot in Duff Addition cash handle Double Lot 48.x 137 in North Ward, near Mills. Easy terms...................... Catholic Prayer Books Bound in Cases at All Prices _gg I ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Phoni 2BI New Whitney Block Perfumes i Natural flower-like, rich and true to nature; odors that have lasting qualities, that everybody likes. We have a line that never fails to please the most fastidious. An Authority Says: "Do not feed a child soli food until after the firs year. Are you feeding baby with ihe right food? If not. Try Benger's Ask the docror about it. We import this food direct from the -In two sizes. For Sale At J.D.Hi gin bota SCo. ltd B'amily and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 45. Night clerk. Also Branch in North Ward THE WEATHER. EUmonf.cn, clear "6 Calgary. clear "4 eltrar 76 Maeleod. clear 75 Medicine Hat. clear 72 clear 65 Winnipeg, cloudy 76 Port- Arthur, clear 70 50 54 53 52 56 45 54 5S .001 Good ti-room Cottage on Crabb Street on lot and half....................... will handle .00 .00 .00 .17 .14 .26 i Rains, and thunderstorms oc-! curred over Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan. Farther west it has been fair and the weather has been cooler generally. Forecast West'-rn and warm. CITY'AND DISTRICT 2 Lots on Bartlett Street 46 feet wide. Easy terms. Skeith Tilley CITY AND DISTRICT Mail Quong has opened up a new restaurant on Hound St. Different people have been beard to "f Mrs. J. and le.'t this i remark that the Caledonians and S. morning for River. JQ. E. should play the championship i N OT I C V. Knechtel, of Moose Jaw, Sask.. is in the icfty- A. R. Scoble of Edmonton, -was in the citv yesterday. Dr. Xaismith, of Sedley, Sask., in the fcity on his return from a. trip through. B. C. ]Mrs. J. Mitchell and supt Vancou_ dig for the Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd., public administrators. J. J. Cummings, for of ver were in the city yesterday. DinjBa forget the general two years the Caledonian Society in the witb. Ringliog Bros, circus, now mail- 'doniau Hall tonigJit at 8 Jiv- ager for Prof. Pat Miller, formerly Scotsman is txpected Vo t-e on with the Juvenile Bostonians, nas ar- hasad. ranged to give a dance at the Cole- donian Hall on Monday evening, Aug. ifr. and Mrs. C. R. Carlson and family left on the "Flyer" Wednes- Last night one .of the best dances of the season took place under the of Madam Norman at the Caledonian Hall. About thirty cou- ple took advantage of the splendid music rendered by Madam Norman and Prof. Tremblay an-d the floor be- ing the best that Lethbridge has. had Everyone went away satisfied that these fiances held every Wednesday ev- ening- were the most popular dances that have been held in the citv. We take pleasure in thank- ing our patrons for the -cheer- ful support -which they have given us for the thirteen years we have lived in their midst, and -would ask them to transfer their patronage to the new firm who we are con- fident will give them every satisfaction. We are Yours truly, Howard Case and Co. I, "The Little Minister" tonight Lyceum Tent. at When just about to quit work on a new building at the corner of Ma- son and Siraard Sts., Montreal "last r night to return to "his home and bride of two weeks, Amede Lamarre, brick layer, 23 years old, fell from a scaffold. Lord Strathcona yesterday received Standard of Empire boys at London. 2nd. A musical concert will also be i day morning for Minneapolis and Today they will dine with Lord iRob- igiven. i ;-ri ci i their summer home at Mound Lake, j errs -at AsOOt. Ask anyone who has attended the! to oe awa-v for ten days Phone 353 For a job in CLEANING AND DYEING" I performance of the Jeanne Rutaell j or .two weeks. T n Co. at the Lyceum Twit how they] The Y. M. C. Ladies or Gents'Clothes call iiKed tne snow. THE CITY DYE WORKS i Clarke and Co.. who are opening a store in the Acedia Block, on j Redpath St.. expect to open, for bus- iness next week. The ladies of city can count on the store Ijeing right up to the mark and one that will give them e. line of goods to se- lect from equal to any in the West. On Saturday afternoon the man- agement of the will run an J Press a city league sasebal: iTa.vch at ths AihJ. u, Park tomorrow night. ihoii oj.i time rivals ti? neck and neck for su- fifcjajacy and battle rojral wi place. PUT YOUR MONEY INTO A GOOD HOUSE You have no doubt thought moreiextra for thc benefit of or less about building a new home. us suggest that VQIS, look ioto tbs oost a little closer right NOW. We are making some rery attractive offerings on house bills tiis month, fcy taking advantage of which you will be consulting your own best in- tereste, as our special house bill quo- tations at this time will enable you to save quite a sum of good money. And, as a matter of fact, we will make you very favorable quotations on bills of any kind. We have an exceptionally good stock of lumber and all kinds of building materials. the children showing a summer home j for the children in France and how j they art cared for. M M M f Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld Phones 23. 123 and 321 Save your GILLETT BLADES See our holder for sharpening them-sim- ple and neat Price 50c. J. J. Johnston 1 Washer And Wringer Complete PETAWAWA TESTS IN WEEK OR TEN DAYS Petawawa Military Camp, July 29. cannot say whe.n the official test will be. It will te a we.-k or ten days before we get things in shape for the said Baldwin last night. "We are getting new engines for the "Silver Dart." Apart from that- there is nothing ready now." There will be no official tests for several days yet. Baldwin and McCurdy think that the coming nights will be successful and hope to get a speed of forty mil- es an hour out of the new engines tnty are installing and which wiii later be used in official tests. Efforts of Bleriot and Lathahi during the past week have been discussed by the offi- and men in the camp ami na- turally have added much interest and speculation as to the coming Ppta- wawa 'experiments. A Bargain House and Two Lots near Central School. Only cash will handle A. LEV TELEPHONE 294 Office S MicfaaU BUck Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- Co. CROPS ARE GOOD CANADA j Ottawa, July Dominion I Onsus Bureau, from its report from various parts of Canada, is nble to that in case of all grains oxcct fall wheat conditions hjgli- this year than last year. Hay and clover and pasture are lower. Aroas of Into spring crops such as j buckwheat, corn, beans, potatoes,