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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Ntw and Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACfc TO STAY fthii to Litlkfttge to tfci UUU MTU TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS IN RANGES One Only Round Oak Range, extended and high closet, regular price to clear One Only Steel Steward, extended and high closet, regular price, to clear............................. The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX67 52 CITY DISTRICT J. H. Fleetwood is reported to j improving rapidly, ,J. C. Stokes of is in the city. A big change at the Eureka to- night, J. O'Brien of (..'aljrary is in town jtoday. j John Halstead, general freight ag- of the C.P.R. of Calgary, is in j the city today. Winter wheat seed for sale. Jas. Nelson, Sarotis, or W. R. Dobbin, j Lethbridge. I93-O i John Brbdie has been awarded the I contract for the excavation of the Provincial goal- The old City Bakery property has j ----'been demolished preparatory to the I 'erection of the Donnun block on the I comer of Ford and Smith Sts. D. H. Elton won his first case in j j Court yesterday when he helped a i cook -get his wages in full for a A. SMALL HOUSE with TWO LARGE LOTS On Corner of Coutts and London Streets. Price GOOD TERMS. ft. L IIIPLEY, TELEPHONE 294 Office, loom 8 Macdonald Block Three tote on Hgnew Street close to Westminster Road each, will sell on monthly plan i ALBERT E. IVES, 2 Corner Lots and Small House, Corner London Road and Coutts Street Snap at cash Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block t i month after he had been dismissed. Mrs. Cook. of. Willow City, and j Miss C. X. Tavlor. of O-rafton, X. D.. and warm. I :ho haVO beVttVisitiBg ,heir brother. Ta.vlor. Courtland street, have Hotel for Sale in letltbridge Room? rent fur jxr month. takes it. CITY AND DISTRICT left for their .Mayor Henderson is having a ten- j of CalSar-v- room addition to the back of the I Mark Johnston has Lethbridge Hotel built. He hopes to iiness on Round St. to returning by his bus- J Mr. Bowers. 4- have it finished before the fair. (who also runs a cleaning and press- The management of the Palace j inff shop on Ford St. A man has Meat Market are confident that they j been placed in charge of Mr. Bower's oan satisfy the public with the new shop and Mr, Johnston has ac- J 4> ity and variety of the meats they cepted an offer to work with the new carry. Their delivery too is prompt, ifirm. j Hill Block. 'DufJerin St. j Children big .special reel j A meeting of all those interested in j tomorrow afternoon bowing the sum- mer home for children in France. Rev. Charles Wallace Bishop, of Calgary, well known in Lethbridge, and Miss Margaret Frances Rodger, .youngest daughter of Mr. W. P. Rod- W. Williams, and family of Toronto, were united in mar- Street hai-e returned from a trip ftt Toronto on Wednesday. The the organization oi a. Rugby football club in Lethbridge will be held in the Lethbridge Xevvs office on Wednesday evening, August 4th next, at 7.30 o'clock sharo. Banff, Vancouver, Victoria and Seat- ceremony was performed by. Rev. tle, returning via the Arrowhead, Nel George J. Bishop. D.D.. of Belleville. i son. and Kootenay Lakes. Mr. WU-j of the groom, assisted by Hams reports fine scenery through the' Rev. T. A. Rodger, of Owen Sound, I Rockies and the country in brother of the bride. kVJt The SfKu-Oe I'air exhibits are not' up to expectations, j BLAIRMORE BOARD OF TRADE Great Falls Tribune: John Earns, j _____ jof Fort Benton, has just returned I Dea] a Mora, Question-Citi- jfrom a. trip to Calgary, Alberta, zens Have i where he recently consummated House and Lot for Sale House and iut for salt? on Wood Street. one walk from business part of city. rente for per momh. S 1200.00 talw it. S300.00 cash bundles. Bal- ance to suit purchaser. Lot for Sale Lot in Duff Addition tvortli Will for for quick Owner leav- town. Our Bargains are Going AND ARE GOING FAST AND THEN YOUR OPPORTUNITY WILL HAVE GONE FOREVER- IF YOU WANT TO PICK UP ANYTHING V-E-R-Y CHEAP YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY. WE ARE NOW BUSY MARKING OUR NEW STOCK. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OUR RE-OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT THE CO., LTD. Corner Dufferin aod Round Johnson Co. T Room 5 Bryan Block. Leth- bridge. Alta. FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. A CHANCE FOR THE THRIFTY. 7-Rooin Storej-and-a-balf House, new. for S150 OU cash, balance on monthly payments. 2-storey house on Westminster for cash and balance easy. f The H. Macbeth Agency CITY AND DISTRICT j Henderson's directory- gives Ina's population at W. A. Hamilton ajid Jos. Morgan i purchase was made by Bums, the Cal have returned from Edmonton where j g-ary cattle buyer, for a consideration whereby he sold a large shlp- 'ment of cattle from the herd 01 the i Conrad Circle Cattle company. The they were reading examination pa- of pers. i Tfork on the telephone line to the J. W. Turpin, in company with hifl'jail site was commenced yesterday, wife and daughter, leave for a few Sw.aia (firls who were week's vacation at the being deported to States were only ordered to leave They are Canadians and the F. L.. Crawford, retiring manager i of the Bank of Commerce at Medicine iHat, was banquetted at tbe Cypress (Special to the Herald) Blairmore, July Board of Trade held their monthly last night with President H. E. Ly- !ons in the chair. It was proposed and seconded that overtures be made to the government with regard to making The road from the United Blairmore to Coleraan less like a swiichboack if possible- After discus sion re deeds of Graveyard and which j Club there and presented with a gold j watch. i One carload of horses .have arrived for Palme? of Burdst-t-, from authorities could not deport them. They went to the 'bonder but were turned back by the American author- ities. Would you buy a f 6 or ?7 shoe for You may do so if you call at aiacljeod'Bros.' store on Crabb St. Glasgow. Mont., and one carload of j Samples of the shoes may .be seen in For a job in stock for Geo. Horton, Burdett Glasgow also- '4. i Si' C j At noon, yesterday a deal was com- j {pleted whereby the well-known Stew- art Tweed firm of Medicine Hat, Macleod Bros, store has the reputation of jdrawing bigger crowds and selling- at i passes out of existence. The grocery PUT YOUR MONEY INTO A GOOD HOUSE ments pass into the hands of H. W. Ireland Co.. and the dressgoods. jetc.. are being taken over by a com- jpany to be known as Glasgow Frank Wm. Northam, chair- man of the school -board of Albion, j Ridge, near Lfcfchbridge. and 3Trs. E. j B. Palmer, teacher there, were mar- ried at K-nox Church. Frank, last j iening. It is Said Mrs. Palmer de- r, j clined another term, of school out the j people there Wre bound she should You have no doubt thought more leave tfefe foinmunity so the'chair j or less about building a new home. man of the board determined on her- iu intr, the to prevent the calamitv. i Let us suggest that you IOOK into t-ne cost a little closer right NOW. We are making some very attractive offerings on house bills this month, by taking advantage of which you will be consulting your own best in- tereste, as our special house bill quo- at this time will enable you to sare 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. CLEANING AND of Ladies1 or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 closer than any gefit s. fur- nishings establishment in that city: By watching their ads closely the city and district will un- derstand the reason. See their ad in today's issue on the sporting paice. Choice of lots in the ntw town of Winnifred, on tht C. P. Ry. now be- ing offered by Hatch Coons. 94-2 appear to be accidentally or other- wise pigeonholed somewhere between hero and Ottawa, it was decided tha.t Secretary F. Hinds write -to Hon. Frank Oliver for same. The red light district was also discussed at favor of attempting to have them absolutely from the Ic- tality, large majority, however, were opposed to entire abolition, an.1 sug- gested they might be movtjd their present quarters to the h'll where there are already some Tt is morally certain that they are, more of a. nuisance "where they are at present situated- :n the vicinity afe. continually .-.oiv-- plaining of the noise proctHXimg there K.V for the Seattle fair. Lumber Company Ld 3. Save your GILLETT BLADES See our bolder for sharpening them-iim- pie and neat Price 50c. J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggitt f -QUALITY Hive A Few Very Fine Bvttoh from, idso men who places repeatedly KO the lioulscs, especially when they happen td be, as they are. thfi inflsience of Bac--hus. Mo-v than one man has -led -i ml that ii .r; possJble to leave his wife and family at nights on ycco'-mt the Dusti-.kes made, whilst another :nan j-s rt-fort- ed to have worn a i through at the toe on ioot fonii k-tely account of the WitV Collar Four Pockets Without Collar Two Poekcts em. The discussion was d'Opped hrre pending a petition from the ing citizens, whirh will lii.'e Board of Trade somi-thinj? to WOIK on. Tom Cyr and Paul TiiMtteAJ are back from their trip- to tv.i-a, Seattle, Spokane, other pOir.tr 3tfr. Palmer, barrisijr, was blair more todav from t'incher Stafford-Agncw Co. "If you live out of town write us." The members of the Cuban cabinet have resigned. The executive committee of the Chief Constables in Canada will ask tie Minister of Justice to amend the criminal code so that .search warrants may be by any poHce officer. Phillipe Bellefouille. of thr Rivers laundry Company lost his life at the laundry. He accident- ally got against the switch that sup- plies the electric power and received 500 volts. PAYNE PRESENTS j TARIFF BILL! (Continued from First Page.) higher under the new law than thai under the present statute. Oil and liueoleunis are fceavily cut, but are otherwise unchanged. The change; in the flax hemp and jute provision were not material. A slightly in- creased duty is provided for hemp, both crude and packed, and also on certain high grades of laces, on Un- ens and matting there is a reduction. Sugar and tobacco duties remain sub- stantially as they -were under the Dingley law. The free importation of considerable of both of these articles from the Philippine Islands is permitted and a material change was made in the internal revenue law by an amendment taking tax off the sale of tobacco in the hand. There a nanism Smcreasr in spirits, wines and L-iuors of -15- per. cent, in the agricultural" schedule, which are increased fro 12 to 16 cents a pound and there is also an in- crease on lemons and figs, almonds and pineapples. Common window glass, of the low- er sizes, of which imports are heavy, are given a .reduction and where changes were more in the chemical schedule, there a general de-' crease, except upon such articles'as fancy and perfumes, which were increased. The publishers' win' their fight for lower wood pulp and print paper, the rate on the ordinary newspaper print paper being fixed at S3.7n.per ton instead of as under the Dipgley law, but provision j made for a countervailing duty case it becomes necessary to the United States apainst Canada's j inhabitations upon the importation of wood to the United States. Hides of cattle come in free and is a corresponding reduction' on leather and leather goods. The House rates are practically retainid on sole lea- ther, leather for uppers, boots and i shoes and harness, but the free1 hide provision is based on the condition List your Property with us We have .buyers. Call look over our list of lands in the Taber and Stirling districts THE 'ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, BRYAN BLOCK. LETHBRIDGfc. Two Houses near the Barracks for rent Farm and city property Loans at 7 and 8 per cent. The Alberta Securities Limited, ud Rdpath Successors to literti lulty Co 141 Insurance: FIRE, ACCIDENT, BOILER We represent Btandard companies in all branches of Insurance LIFE, LIABILITY, PLATE GLASS. Phone 17U will reach us any time Freeman, Macleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHfeRIDGE P. 0. Box 679 The Alexandra A cool, pleasant plaoe to dime these hot days. Every- thing that the mar- ket affords at prices to suit all. N. H. MURRAY, cent. and shoes 20 per On harness and saddlery 15 The revenue for old j annuity for sevan per cent. that en and after October, 1909, sole leather that the hides are, to be ad-! mitted free will pay a duty of five j Calgary is planning to per cent; grain, buff and split lea- jrcemen shorter ther seven and one-half per cent.: whicli is frow such hides 10 cent, and harness and saddlery On sole leather 12 J-2 since the scheme was inaugurated A constantly iccreaatac ______________ i number of enquiries and applicatwts that this has already become popular of invjest- ment for wage earners. its po- hours and day ofT in two T-. Crov and Sir One team work horses. Hw Earl Grey jand BI wagon> breaking plow Wilfrid have sajncti {oj, Ap_ proposed celebration of one hundred jy w at gayr Transfer sta- 20 per cent. schedule of rates years of peace between Great Britain ble. Redpp.th St., where horses and artick can be se.t-n. of 15 per land United States 194-O Snap: Two brand new Cottagei; nkely well located in North Ward, only half cash; will rent for each. Co. Phone ;