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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 7MUT JOftHUKTWC M CRAUD The e Doily Herald THE FLACE TO STAY MM i to MUM Mia Bargains in.. Crnn freezers 2 qL Wogder I3 IV 4 6 Blizzard 3.00 I 5.50 3.25 4.75 We Sell for Cash The McKeown-HicK Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford kud Hick ft WaVely PHONE 62 Our New Stock of Paris Green L D, iginbothai 9! Family Telephoue suff Chemists Resident Night have just unpacked our The Store of Quality 25 p.c. Discount j BASEBALL GOODS CRICKET SUPPLIES TENNIS RACQUETS LACROSSE STICKS ROBERTSON'S BOO! 5TH 1st DMT lest of Uiiti link CITY AND DISTRICT TUMBLERS including Jfclliei with 1UU and several other Our stock of Groceries and Fruit is up-to-date. Give ue a tall and be convinced. PHONE" 21 E. BfiiU CO. ti ttUH I HUffl i i i i i 111 m i m m u m i i i i i i i 111 HHH OUR Phone 25! v j I THERMOS BOTTLESi Can be filled with ice cold lemonade and placed in the boiling sun, yet the lemonade will keep cool 50 hours. that be the dandy thing for you to have in a little trip any- where by bicycle, auto or horse, for picnic or walk into the country. Finest thing in the world for baby's milk. Come iu and let us show you all about them. Pints, price each iL F. McDonald of Okotoka is in the city. iLLss Miller is visiting her sister. Mrs. C. B. Bowman. Edmonton fair had a deficit ol near iy Miss Mary Me C lure left, yesterday for Calgary to spend a. vacation. A. F. Ewiug is building a residence on Ford. St. X. Saucier of tne Inland Revenue department, Calgary, is in the city ou. oflicial business. Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Lynch-Staun- ton of Pincher Creek are in thc city today. The 0. W. Kerr Co. brought in a party of fourteen landseckers lost, night. Thc Rangers vs. Maple Leafs will play ou the square on Friday even- ing. Kick off at 7.15. Oxland and G. GxJanil of Stett- ler, brothers of E. Oxland, arrived in the city last night. Miss J. K. Wright has gone to Fin cher Creek to spend her holidays with friends. Chris Anderson and wife of Card ston, came in ou the local ev- ening. H. Martin Zede and wife of Tro- cher Valley arrived in the city last night. J. F. Rodgers and .7. A. Young left this morning for Coutts to purchase some horses. T. J. Harbinson of the A. R. 1. freight office staff is laid up as the result of an injury received in the freight shed. THE WEATKEH Edmonton, fuir 70 Calgary, clear 72 Lethbridgt-, clear 82 Medicine Hat. clear 78 Bulletin From Central Omco The weather throughout the prai- rie provinces has been mostly fine. In parts of Manitoba during 'lay it has boon quite warm but elsewhere temperatures have been moderate am; cooler. today and on. Fri- day and moderately warm. CARLOAD OF literta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I B. llftfl, Mgr. I j Thos. Underwood1 of Calgary, inan- I paging Director of the Diamond Coal I Co. is in the city on his reguUir monthly trip to the mine. H. X. daler of Spokane and G. I, Fruser, of Coleman, who are interest led in the Koyal Collieries are in the- ft city on business connected with their Miss Margaret M. Frast-r, A.T.C. M., recently on the staff of the To- ronto Conservatory of Music has been engaged to take charge of the piano deportment of the Conserva-j tory of Music. Geo. A. Davis will build a two storey residence, costing on Crubb ?t. -I. Williams has secur ed the contract for the erection of the walls, which will be of cement block and foundations of concrete. This morning Chas. Hancock of the C.P.R. extra gang at Grassy Lake laid information against a fellow workman. Sandy McDonald, for steal incj and some truck from his out fit in the camp. Sandy got glorious- ly full-and gave the thing away. In- spector West goes to Grassy Lake to- morrow to conduct the trial. There will be a meeting of the ex- ecutive of the City Baseball League and some representatives of the dif- ferent clubs in the sample room "of the Balmoral Hotel tonight at eight o'clock to discuss the situation of affairs in the league and to decide upon some action for the remainder oi the season. Dr. Malcohnson and R. Steevcs aiul IS OH THE TBIiCK It Must Be Sold Quick Come Early and Secure What You Want Wholesale and Retail IheGoodCo PHONE: ss Hot Weather Clearing Sale of CANVAS SHOES Men'a White Cau vag Bluch_er Bals, rog. Clear at ISO Oxfordt, 2.25 Canvai Bale, tan and white, reg. 1 .GO Ladies' White Canvas Blue Oxfords, reg, 1.25 F. Lethbridge Acre Lot on McKillup Street, Terms ALBERT E. IVES tow 2, OHnr Itek PHONE PRIZE: We offer for the best Loaf of Home Made Bread made from Our Best Flour Arid entered at the Lethbridge Fair Second........................ 2.00 Third......................... 1.00 Your Grocer Sells It Ellison Milling Elevator Co. ltd, G. W. GREEN, Manager Lethbridge It 1 1 M 1 1 l-l-f 1 1 i 1 1 f 1 1 1 I-H I -r 1 1 III mine. Mrs. Tad sen STORE: NEW STOCK Peterson Pipea BBB Pipes Meerschaum Pipes Cigar Holders HoUnTK Splendid Assortment Cull and tfeo R, W. Wallace Tlie Smoker's Headquarters t of Appluton, Minn.. been visiting her brother, .s. H. Cheney, of ihis city, and i other friends being the guest of "Mrs. F. E. Mason. I The Cranbrook local, at least a. part of the train, jumped' the track near Tlroclcett yesterday. N'o one was hurt. The passengers wore brought into Macleod on a freight. Calgary beat Xanton in a hnsebull game last night. H runs to 2. Th 'Calgary loam wits picked from the oliilis of thu City is IfMdim: the Southern Alhertu Koapue by ;i margin. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. H. Fares of Gordon, Ironsides Fares, of Winnipeg, will ship thir- ty carloads of cattle from Lethbridge on Saturday. Mr. Fares has bought these cattle during the past Tew days. Mrs. Frank Leffingwell and family arrived in the city lost night from Lynn, their way to- Mr. Leffingu-eil at Warner. While" on Big Fire At Sackville, N.B. Sackville, X.C., -July low er end of this town was completely swept by fire _ curly this "morning. Among structures burned are the In- EO.jt, the city from their way here their little child met I tercoloaial Hotel and Jn_ with an accident on the team. The little OIK' attempted to follow its mo ther into another car and fell at the coupling, crushing its leg badly but not breaking'it. Dr. Tenney, who was in the party, fixed" it up alright. Mr. Leffingwell is a brother of F. S. Leflingwi-ll. the well-known land man of Warner. Frank. Mr. Steevcs' son had his arm brokeo recently and was brought here by the doctor so that he could avail himself of the use of the X rays for an operation. Dr. Malcotmson possesses an X ray machine but can- not use it at Frank as that town is without an electric light service at present. R. A. Wright leaves tonight on :i trip to Sarnia and other Ontario points. Mrs. Wright has been visit- ing there for several weeks. Their little child recently met with a ser- ious accident and narrowly escaped fatal results. The little one goi. hold of a bottle of carbolic acid hut! fonunntely was not successful in' The sad n.'ws of the doath of Mrs. tercolonial Railway station, used as a freight shed, entire. Enterprise Foun dry plant owned by Emerson Fish- er, St. John. The loss of the foun- dry plant will be or mo'ru A hundred men arc out of work. The net insurance is about Th fire started by lightning striking thi mill room of the foundry. MRS. JESSE WALKER HAS PASSED AWAY getting much into its mouth Jesse n. Walker yesterday afternoon GAMEY WILL RUN Toronto, July It. R. Gamcy today stated that if Mr. Ayleswortl runs jji Nofth York for the Tin 'will' oppose1 him. .HEARST Id CHAIRMAN Chicago. July Convention of the Independence pai ty today elected Win. R. chairman. Best Bargains in the City 6-roomed House with water connection in Norlh Ward, close to school, price good terms. Lot 47 ft. 9 in. x 125 ft. in Block E, price Lots in North Ward, and on good terms. L S. RIPLEY Room 5, Whitney Block A wellgroomed business man is his own best advertisement. If youare 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. Phone 275 MARK JOHNSTON BEHIND BALMORAL HOTEL TO NOTIFY BRYAN Montgomery, Ala., July gressman Henry D. Clayton who was chairman of the Democratic Nation- al Convention at Denver today in- nounce-d that the committee on noti- fication of Mr. Bryan would meet nt Lincoln, Neb., at noon August 12th and that Mr. Bryan would be fonr.- ally notified of his nomination dur- ing the afternoon of that day. ALfENS NATURALIZED Otawa. July eightof- months from July 1, 1906, to Decem ber 31, 1907, aliens were natur- alized in Canada. Of these were from the United States Rus- sians, 3SG Japanese and 233 Chinese. Since tho..act came into Eorcf: six years ago, aliens bof-n hav hum ri'siiled in for some past, will make Calgary their in the future. Mr. Taylor is Paylor, who though its face was badly miirh in thc city am_ it is nearly all right again. ong her numerous friends. Mrs. _ There wil! be no ba.seball jr.atch to j kor ailing for many years. the International banded. night, the Railway team having dis- rr r, ,T i C ltv league executive Harvester Herald. s J 'is endeavoring to rearrange n her lost illness having a duration of HOME RULE IN INDIA Toronto. July of Bombay, is visiting Toronto for the purpose of studying engineering works. In an interview he said In- Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is no Paper than Let Is Fill Your PRESCRIPTION fcl A Km nil ill you satisfaction i TRV IT Rogers-CiiRRiiijiliam Phones 23 and 12: Main Yard North of Track We devote a great deal of time and care to our prescription department, continually adding the newest drugs and endea- voring in every way to meet tbe requirements of the doctor. Never do we take the liberty of changing or sub- so as to provide baseball for tho sea- son and it is altogether likely that matches will commence regularly next week. There will bi held, under the aus- pices of the Rangers' Football Club, a race meeting, the dates of which will be fixed when .we have as many entries as warrant our going ahead with same. Team races might be run were the various city clubs to come j forward. 100 yds. open will be th; I leading feature. The prizes will be 1 good. Write to Secretary-Treasurer, R. C. Farris, City. the lost eight of which j'dia was thoroughly in oarnost in Un.' mandinjr home nil-.-. ttian any thing else ex plains why our prescription trade is eouSranily prescription is put up.-by a graduate in pharmacy and is absolute- ly correct and the drugs absolutely pure. Think it over and let us have your iivxt prescrip- tion. J- J- Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY T For an in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lauds and Lethbridge Properties ROOKS! were spent in the Gal til last Thursday, she seemed to bej improving but taking a turn for the j Rjo de jnnari0i worsc, she gradually sank until death tions have fnnvanlffl to tlu' Bra- came at ten minutes after three yes- terday afternoon. The funeral willj take place tomorrow afternoon from ships of tin- Droadnrmght type now zilian consul at Lomlon to that none of tin- 'hnv de-clan- battle- CASE AT CHATHAM Chatham. Out., July Kimhall who is arrest for miinslaujrhtcr will not ho released on bail until nftor thc preliminary hearing on Monday. WILL PLAY TECUMSEHS Toronto, July Westmin- ster Lacrosse Club, champions of the world and conquerors of the Montreal Shamrocks will meet the Tecumseh club of this city at Ionian's Point on Saturday afternoon in an exhibi- tion game. A monster crowd is ex- pected to witness the game as it is believed that the Tecumsehs will be next to challenge for the Minto Cup. RUBE WADDELL'S RECORD 3t. Louis, July Waddell fanned sixteen Philadel- phians this afternoon equalling the American League strike out record and beating his former team mate f. to 4. Philadelphia took the lead in the sixth when two passes, a double and a single netted three runs, but St. Louis found Vickers for ffve safeties in the ninth, scoring four rung and winning the game. Score: St. Louis the residence 610 Courtland St. The! being constructed for Brazil in Eng pall-bearers will be H. arf> for R. Burnett, S. J. McDiarmic, B. Unrrcll. Kcrr, and" Gco. Alcxau-j AMNESTY FOR ARMENIANS dcr 1 NVw Ynrk, July Sultan of Mrs. Walker's maiden name Turkey thwigh consul Rebecca Hazel McFadden and shel was the daughter of the late Roder- to s.. icfc McFadrtcn of Stonewall, Man. H'tmal rt-parfloss of in this country. Thin rela'fs to 200.- and others in tho She was born in Blenheim, fortv-four vears ogo and is survived; i, 0 i TjnittMi by two sisters. Mrs. Alex. mnrrifvl in Winnipcc. antl four broth- ers. She left no family. In 1888 she came to and in thc following year was married to Walker by thc late Rev. Chas. thiU every receive one land of Kildonan, Mnn., and one un-; MEDAL FOR Hamilton. Out., July 29 f hen- that, a special Tercentenary mcd- al is to be- struck the troops par- "jticipnting in tlio Qutboc colobration T. land that soldier prosftnt Ki'lop anO has here ever since. "Mrs. Knox was a consistent member was abounding in good workr being identified with thc Toadies Aid and the Women's Foreign Missionary So- ciety teaching in the Chinese class. syriipiithy of the sore I j goes out to Mr. Walker in his bereavement. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. C. wish to express their sincere 1 hanks to thc neighbors and other friends who showed such kindly sympathy and rendered ?o much help to them dur- I incr the illness and after the doath of i -o their little girl. AT OLIVER'S HALL Saturday Night, Aug. 1 PORTER J. WHITE'S Elaborate and Scenically SumptnonB Renewal of GOETHE'S IMMORTAL TRAGEDY Wife MISS OLGA VERNE as Marfuerite And a strong supporting Metropolitan C-onipauy Carrying all Special Scenery for the entire Six Acts Thc Most Beautiful Love Story ever Devised or Executed. The wonderful electrical effects are a feature with this season's production Price Safe if Scats at ;