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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING HETRAL.D Tfie Lethbridge Daily Herald THE TO STAY li Litfclrttjt it tli JIUII NOT! Screen Doors and Windows We are showing the best values in Screen Doors ever seen in this city. Frames made from carefully selected kiln-dried lumber, beautifully grained and finished, square mortised and tenoned throughout, making the strongest and best construction possible. Prices from to Also a complete stock of Screen Win- dows and Wire Cloth "We Aim to Please" The Store of Quality WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Rcdpath Street P.O. Box 670 Just received Another Shipment Dill I Pickles in gallon Crocks PHONE 21 GJRHfUCD. UNION grocery Store in City New Arrivals To-da Hood River Strawberries Florida Pineapples Extra Fine Tomatoes Royal Ann Cherries Choice Bananas Maclver's Boiled Ham There is more to come to-morrow, and every dav thereafter Watch our window and the blackboard outside THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 98 Prompt Delivery The most dressy Ladies' Oxford in the city Queen Quality .SOLE AGENCY L THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON GOW SNAP--3 Lots on Ernest Street per lot. I ALBERT E. IVES, v f STAFFORD BLOCK 5' PHONE 297 THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear 5S 40 .00 INITIAL NOTE PAPER Just the thing yon -want ,Ycrar initial embossed on THE HARVEST is on. Are you bringing in the sheaves Calgary, fair 60 36 .00 Lethbridge.. fair 41 .12 Macleod, faiv 50 46 .04 -.Medicine Hat, cloudy 64 50 '.12! Regina, clear 61 45 .001; I Winnipeg, cloudy 72 46 .00 Forecast Easterly- winds and some local showers in Southern Saskatchewan, elsewhere fair and moderately warm. CITY AND DISTRICT. James Reid, fanner of Bow-Island, is in the city today. At the Alberta University exam- inations Hyssop, of this city, was first in class 2 English, fourth m Beginners' Latin, fourth in Prose. There was a meeting: of the Leth- bridge and District Agricultural So- ciety Saturday night. The sports Real Estate Deals Calgary Jj each sheet of paper. The J price is the same as in the plain. For fine note papers go to MKmON'S BOOKSTORE Phonv 251 New Whitney Block Agent for Underwood Type- writers Store Closes at 6.30 p.m. I I n (I 4 I I I I i i The Square Deal II Ji Dr. Hess' PooJtry Pan-a-cea is an Egg Producer. Are you reaping the har- vest of Give the Pan-a-cea a trial. The results will pay. Mark you One extra egg pays for the Pan-a-cea that a hen requires for sixty days. The cost is nothing. H Ibs.......... 5 Ibs........... At J, 0. HipbotliBdi Ko.itii Family and Dispensini? Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. and attractions for the Exhibition CITY AND DISTRICT. fwere considered and the finance and The Grand Lodge of the Knights J sports committees were instructed to "Alberta will meet in report at another meeting of the so- of Pythias of annual convention in the city of Ed- ciety on Saturday next. Messrs. monton' on June 2S, 29 and 30. it Oliver, Xourse and Eckstorm are the is expected.-, that there will be fully ifinance committee, fifty -delegates present from all points jnian is chairman of the sports com- in the province. imttee. The fair will be held A young man was arrested, on the j !0, 11 and 12. charge of seduction under promise of j There will be an exciting football marriage. The case was settled by [match on.the square betwee the Cale- (Continued From Front Page) sold the same pronerry to n.en from whom he purchase i it and at that time the price wa< only Another large deal that was wasum- j mated yesterday was the purchase ci the McMillan block on Eignih avruue east at present occupied by Emerson, and E. N. Harpor, t y Mr. j John Sharpies, for In this instance Mr. Chas. McMilla-i ihc vendor ,.r An exchange has also while Mr. joir. Arnell disposing oi his huh in- terest in the Ramsey block 000 worth of farm lands but full pn r- ticulars of this transaction are un- obtainable as yet. in the Cook Stove FIRE At this time of the year is very; unpleasant. We have some excellent 2 and 3 burner GASQ'INE STOVES necessity of this Which will entirely obviate the. unpleasantness With one of our Gasoline Stoves tc cook With one of our Refrigerators to keep your food With some of our Screen Doors and Windows to keep the flies out and let the fresh air in. you will not be iacon- venienced by the heat. We ship to out-of-town customers daily. Write us THE McKEOWN IIIIV1RE CO., LTD. Corner Dufferin and Kound Streets the accused marrying the girl. The was performed by Rev. A. domans and .35c. Soc. a scheduled of the" City i CIRCUS ARRIVES 31. Gordon. League for the Buchanan Trophv j Dr. and 3Irs. Lawrence, of St. is tile third lime these two teams Thomas. Ont., are in the city for met tJus season. On Good Fri- ;few days on a visit to old friends, ida-T the S.O.E. won. On May 18th i former residents of that citv. Dr i won. Tonight the tussle OI JU -eacn' Aney were j Lawrence, who is one of the between the leaders of and the tents went practitioners of the Railway City, league. jup as maoric- astounded at tne remarkable changes Chief Gillespie as probation officer Jin the west since his last trip. The Greater Xorris and Kowe cir- cus. museum, menagerie and hippo- drome. arrived at noon in two sec- "ons of 15 cars each. Thev were Two exhibitions will be given here, I and truant officer is getting after the H. L. Helgerson, of Minneapolis, boys. There are now three boys the afternoon show at 3 o'clock, and the nig-ht performance at eight. The ACCIDENT INSURANCE NOTICE Railway Men, Contractors, Mechanics and Laborers. We represent the old reliable Canadian Ry. Accident Insurance Co., of Ottawa. Ton should not be without one of the very liberal accident or health policies issued by this company Call and let us explain these policies to you I Freeman, Maeleod Graham From the very beginn- ing the one unvarying principle of this pharm- acy has been satisfy to the utmost degree every- one who daals here; satis- fy them in every particu- lar of both goods and service CITY AND DISTRICT ui -AUiineiipoilb., OI cue uirw DUVS j :the Helgerson Land and Investment! on the probation list. One exhlblted-at Calgary- yes- v T I teruav to CADacitv T'hpt :C-o., has sold some of their holdings 'a ueek s report with good conduct land has returned to Minneapolis forifor eVeJT 4-ay and. the reirark "a I a short business trip. During the i 1'or tne better." One of the ten days Mr. Heigerson has n01 tuni "P punctually, to I tailed four thousand acres. I The case of ..Henry B. Baston vs. Lethbridge Iron Works was tried be- jfore Magistrate Macdougall this I morning. This was a dispute with regard to the amount of wages due Phone 173 Money to Loan P.O. Box 679 Prescription Specialists I. B. WWflf, Hgr. Senator P. McLaren, of Perth, Ont. is in Macleod on a business trip. -Jas. Peat leave for the coast to- day- J. -T. Baldess, of Girvin, Sask., is a visitor in the city. Mrs. (Dr.) C. C. Cragg has re- turned from a trip to Calgary. Dr. Campbell and family left for Ontario this afternoon on a visit to friends. The second dance under Madam Xoraian will be held at the Caledon- ian hall on Wednesday. June 9. J. Larson is at Frank today at- i tending a meeting of the executive .board of district 18, TJ.M.W. of A. The hotel at the old school will be closed at the end of 'this month. "H. -I. Bittorf. from Forraan XlIT, ;has arrived with a car of settlors'1 effects and wont .south to Warner. i Cafe cars have been placed on the. daylight Cranb rook-Modi cine Hat lo- i jcals. This is another improvement! ifor which the travelling public are' i grateful. There were four cases of disorderly conduct tried today before Magis- trate Macdou-all, who imposed a fine of and costs on each. who has., been here for some weeks making investments j in city and farm property, left for jhts home in Ontario last nitrht. :the plaintiff. The defendants were ordered to pay S24.60 and costs. :COStS. j The Cazier Construction Co.'s out- will not move north to the C.X. i R- as intended. Owing to the prev- i alence of swamp fever among- the horses up north it has been decided :to remain in the south. Work has been secured for the outfit in connec- jtion-with the irrigation canals at 'Coaldale and Magrath and in con- inection with improving the grade on !the Raley branch. The city council met in committee i to consider general business this I morning. The reports growing, out j of this will be submitted at the next j council 'meeting The general j i ment of the city hall and fire depart- I ;mont was gone into in detail and considered thoroughly. It is under- stood A. Ilutton will get the con- tract to furnish clothing for police ...rc-msn. ;g likely the nre chief will be provided.with a horse and buggy. report at the appointed time, policeman was immediately sent to bring the lad. Every morninr a policeman visits the city schools and secures a list from the principal of unaccounted absentees of the day be- fore. The pupils absent without a good reason are taken to school by the policeman. Already there is a decided improvement in the attend- ance at school. e FRENCH TEAM WON London. Jane the horse show he King's Cup was won by t.He French t-rani., the-Canadian and attendance. The complete show will be given here. THiS SEASON'S j AT NEW DAYTON j The prairie sod around New Day-1 ton is fast being blackened. j The-following is a list of some the outfits at work and the amount broken so' .far this season: i Beck and Moses........ 400 i E. Preston 550 J. Forslin............ 350 Welsh and Moreland 350 Abbott and Peterson...... 350 Atkins t SNAP Location: Five-roomed Cot- I f tage on 63x134, cor. Round street and London road, price, Phone 290 J Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block lish team? rurming close up. The latest in THE GIANTS OF THE FOREST do not always make the best lumber. 1 We do not care how big a tree is, but how sound and perfect. WE DON'T WANT POOR LUMBER any more than you do. We want the kind that will please and satisfy you so that your first purchase will not be your last. We get that kind and that only. We await your first order which will make you a steady custom- er in the lumber 1 This is a preparation for the Rogers-Cunningham; Lumber Company Ld Pkoncs 23, 123 321 Smokine preserving of meat, Simply applied and sure Try ft SI .00 J- J. Johnston Preteription Druggist -QUALITY QUAPTERS- Don't Burn Up Your Money !n A Poor Range. Use A Kootenay It Will Save Money For Yoii. r HATS and all kinds of MILLINERY now on display. See them Mrs. C. It. CoGksley e J _ L Hill Block m Bnfferin Street Beck and Moses who are operating a H. P. gasoline .outfit have only been op'errfting two weeks. The -other outfits are -all steam. 'OLD AGE PENSIONS SPENT FOR BEER London. June result of the Old-age Pension Act is the remark- able effect it has h'jj on the sale of beor. During the present year the sal.1 of malt liquors has risen COR- skk-rablr and the reason assigned is M.' :v i; being consumed by HALIFAX DID WELL Halifax, S., June ten days' campaign for the building fund of the Halifax Y. M. C. A. ended on Monday. The aimed at was When the final returns were made up the total sum subscribed was i-o take charge of two planers in saw mill. .Must be first, class expediencecl sober and hold references. State wages expected. Ap- ply to Peter McLaren. IMairrrsore. Alt a. 150-6 FOR QUICK 7 room new h-'iuse, facing oast on Westmin- ster Road ,north of Lf-ndon who owini to thp old-age on ?0t'd terms. Apply to 1. S. His- to spend more mouJ cox Qn the luxury for which they energetic bov. sly yearnfrd vam. about 16 years old." Apply Lethbridgf nut much increase but there is a decide'.! addition to the number of old peo- pie, both men and women, who visit public hoases for beer, either to c-jn- on- the- premises or at their 'Laundry. 150-0 Snafi An acre in Wallwork Ad- dition, close in L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE'294 Office 8' Block Co, "If you live out of town write us." New Silks In ladies' and gentlemen's wear and in web. Also table covers, handkerchiefs etc.. just received FROM JAPAN Toys, porcelain ware leather goods, paper nap- kins etc. Chow Sam Co. ALBERTA FAIRS 29 and 30, Julv 1 and 2. 5, 6, 7, S, 9 and 10. 6 and 7. 12 and 13. St. 3. Fort 4. 13 and 14. 3. 4.. 5 and 6. 10 11 and 12. 21. 22 and- 23. 24. 27. 27 and 28. 29. 30 and Oct. 1. 5. 16 and 17. 20 and 21. Pincher 22. 23 and 24. 23 and 29. 30 5 and 6. 6 and 7. 7 and 8. Three 12. 14. 29. 6. 30 and Nov. 1. 19 and 20. FOE valuable property consisting four lots and house on corner Of Dufferin and Bartlett Sts. For terms to 1203 Dufferin Si. or P. 0. Box 214. 350-6 TO furnis'hed rooms, also barn. 20 Argyle Avenue. 149-2 The purchaser of the lots at the- comer of Bompas and Dufferin streets J.C. Peterscn, Abcft-dccn, South. Dakota, not P. E. Peterson, of Aber- deen, Xorth Dakota, as inadvertently stated by The Herald. LOTS 25ft. and 30ft. frontage on t London Road North side, near Bartlett Street Terms one-third cash, bal- ance 6, and 12 months Offices to rent in Bryan Block. The Southern AI berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block CALGARY ft LETHBRIDGE Duff Addition LOTS At Reasonable Prices and on Easy Terms See R. V. Gibbons LOAXS INSURANCE PHOKE222 OTT BLOCK Received--One car coal. per ton delivered W. R. Dobbin Phone 122 ;