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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe Lethbridge Doily THt FLACE TO STAY Ml li UIMfr, to" 1 MMMMIM STOP WHAT IS THIS? THE HICK are not cutting prices, but are getting the business, be- cause we buy our goods in and therefore can sell to.ppr customers- at right prices. -We carry a full line in Hardware, Graniteware, Stoves and Ranges. We Sell for Cash Pnone62 P.O. Box 670 Doctort say thai tooth brush brisUee are found iu appendix. A word to the wise U suf- ficient. Throw away that old tooth brush and fet a new one. Thev kind with the stay m bristles, Ctwfc The Store of Quality Shipment of Crab Apples Oi Wednesday "Place your orders now for "Preserving We have a few crates of Plums and Peaches left at ur GENTLEMEN ypo want your raiU and pitted go to Mark Jokoatoa for a first job, guarantee all work to be aatiafaciory. PHONE 21 JHNSTOM PLAYING CARDS, CARD GAMES, CHECKERS, DOMINOES, FORT, CROK1NOLE, And many other games for the long evenings mi ti BUM 1MB OT AND DISTRICT f Miss Atcheson, of Coutts, is visit- ing her cousin, Mrs. J. W. Tennant. Mrs. Fred Ford will receive on Sat- ouday, and in future on the first Saturday .of every; month.- Mrs.. W. H. Fairfield will receive" on-the first "and third Saturday o{ each month at the Experimental farrn. McLean and Bater shipped _eighteer. cars of cattle Ironi Cardston to Montt real .-yesterday. John Halstead, of Calgary, distiicL traffic manager for the C.P.R., is iii the city. The Customs receipts for the month Phone 2SI SMjtor CMptanM i It is worth carefuL Study. The more beauti- ful it is the more you will enjoy studying it and the more others will admire it. OirfiotetCrcan Rapidly restores the Skin to its natural softness and beauty and is excedingly cooling, soothing, soften- ing and healing for dry, rough or chapped condit- ions. Price 25c i Uberta Drill] and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I, B, IIFlH, Hgr. IHIHIIK THE WEATHER. Edmonton, fair 64 fair........ '66 Macleod, clear'........ 72 Saskatoon, clear 52 Port Arthur, cloudy 40 Red Deer, cloudy C4 Brandon, clear 52 Winnipeg, fair '44 Lethbrfdge, -cloudy...... 75 Medicine Hat, clear ..70 Regina, clear 52 THE FOOT TOGGERY EVERYTHING for the FEET POODS AtlLeo Than HALF PRICE Stock must be cleared out now at latest within a few days. Goods can be ob- tained at your3 own prices. Give us an early call and make the best selec- tions TKe followifti are tome of our geatitAe SNAP-Two loU oa Bartlett Street, well loeaUd, Half eaUk, balance 6 aoatka ALBERT E.IVES IM 2, Him Nock PHONE: Fine weather has prevailed through- out the Prairie Provinces. In Mani- toba and Saskatchewan it has been Child's Slippers, tan and black, reg. sale............. Me Child V Slippers, tan and black> reg. sale......' 75c Child's: Patent 'Leather Oxfords. reg. sale 76e Women's. Oxford Shoes, reg. sale Womeix's "'Oxford reg. I.2S Men's Tan Oxfords, reg. Men's Fancy Shirts, reg. for TSe Men's Linen Collars, 4-ply, Greene brand, reg, 30c, 3 for 26c Men's Xeckties, -I0e each. Men's Linen Cuffs, Itc per pair. Men's Silk. Handkerchiefs, reg. 75c, 36c sale Men's Tan Laced, rtg. 2.M DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Now located in Macdonald Block. Cor. Round and Redpath Sts. Rooms M-12 Hours: 9-12; t-5. 1 "September were as gainst for September .of.' ast year. A horse on a Behtley Co. delivery ng 'avray yesterday afternoon, mashing the-rig badly. The horse' went to its stable. Malcolm Calder, of Calgary, pector of Public-Works for Alberta, s in the city spending the day with. Mayor an old friend. Another big crowd of Cardston peo- ile went south this morning on the Salt Lake City excursion. President Edw. J. Wood was in the party. Last night the firm alarm was turn- ed in from the brewery for a trial run. The chemical was on hand in 2 '1-2 minutes, .and water 'was being thrown in three minutes.1 Mr. JV E. Varley, barrister, of High River, has to Calgary and formed :a .partnership with Mr. "W. T. Lathwell. B. B. Mills has returned from On- tario and leaves tonight for Hosmer B.C., where he expects to open up iii business early next week. Read the ad. telling of the great bargains at I. M. Banks and store. Goods selling, at unheard of prices there. A social will be held in Wesley church tonight, given by the Epworth League and Young Men's Club, to which the congregation of the church are invited. Superintendent Reid and Assistant Fire Chief Niedig inspected-the fire alarm boxes this week, and they re- port all the boxes are now in good working order. Miss Margaret McPherson Fraser will receive at the home of Mrs. Hut- ton, SH Cqurtiand street, on Satur- day afternoon, October 3rd, from four to six o'clock. B. R. McMillan, of the Forestry branch, Ottawa, was in the city to- day on his way from the Waterton Lakes, where lie was inspecting the- Govmum-nt timber reserve. A S. Bowman, of Belh-vue Stock Farm, left Tuesday for Kentucky, when- ho will spend the winter. He expects to return with his family in the- spring and take up his residence in Lethbridge. moderately cool, and a lew degrees j 54 of frost at many points at night. In' Alberta it has been warm. v Forecast. Mostly fair and milder; a few scat- tered showers, chiefly on Friday. Men's Leggings, leather; reg. sale...... 1.50 Black WaiatS) Men's Heavy Working Boots, jor White Lawn Waists, reg. Dress Lining, reg. 12 l-2c, sale Ic Silk Spools, reg" 5c, 9 for...... 26c Silk Floss, reg. 5c, 10 25c Baby-Ribbon, 3 yds. for...... 5c Silk Waists; size 32 and S4, Teg. for .00, f... 60c forx 26c ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO. LTD. j OUR BEST FLOUR For Grtal and Pistrj I ThU has been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be Ruro and ask your dealer for ELLISON And see .you get it. FLOUR We only ask one trial and we are then sure of your trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your Customers are asking for BETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND .AND W: GJtEEN, Manager MAGRATlf A prairie fire is reported to be burning tiiree miles'east of the North Ward. John A. McCaul, of Cardston, is in the city today. The South Alberta Lumber Co. have almost completed. the -.'erection of a large shed for lime and cement, doors and windows. Another large shed for finished lumher is already filled with material. The company have done a remarkably good business since they opened orders are stoadily increasing. Eight men are kept busy handling the rstock.: This is a proof of -the amount of building being done in the district. v Fine Congress, reg. 14.50, Wrappers, reg. for ......96c ,sale.....................2-M Tan reg 60c, for.....'... 26c L i Black Lyle Hose, reg. for 30c I only" Dress-Skirt, reg. 12.50, Men's Suits, reg. sale..f I LOO for.................. t-00 1 only Dress Skirt, reg. .5.00 for ...-___-................. COO 2 only "Dress reg. 3.00 for-.....r 3.00 2 only Dress Men's reg. sale-. Men's Suits, reg. sale.. Men's Suits, reg. sale... Men's" Suits, reg. sale..-. Men's -Trousers, reg. Men's reg. sale for1 I.SO Allover Lace; sale Men's Trousers, rtg. sale 1.00 AlloverXaceT Boys' Suitsj less, than, half priae. Allover sale Boys' and Men's: Overalls to clear Embroidery at-10 per cent! less than cost. Insertion, to' '4.00 3.2S 3.50 SOc 30c clear, 3 for................. Itc TORY CIVIL SERVANTS STUMP. Exodus from Government Buildings at Winnipeg of Smooth- Workers. Winnipeg, Oct.' Minis- ters and civil servants, skilled or trained in campaign work, are be- coming scarce in legislative circles since the date of the elections has been announced. IHon. Robt. Rogers has disappeared, and it is stated that he is in the campaign for the remain- der of the four weeks, as well as the Premier, who is on the stump In the east. The other Ministers are engag- ed periodically in campaign work, and semi-occasionally at their duties in the legislative buildings. The Gov- ernment is provided with civil ser- vants who are familiar with most of the languages spoken in-the province, and a number of these useful ser- vants have been employed at duties which are not down in the schedule for employees of a provincial govern- ment. They, however, take the tip from their Ministers, and do all they cnn to advance tht- -interests of the Conservative party. f Groceries and Crockery must be chared at once. Call and get a share of what it going Anyone interested in tke Shelving and Counters will do well to call and see 1hem as they would give a swell appearance to any store I. M. Banks'Old Stand t WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIDGE OURGAROF HAS "ARRIVED and itjceriainlyis fine fruit. Do not-forget thai this is the last" car of'Preserving Fruit season, "and it _ing fast. So if you want any you know what you will have .to do. Ontario Grapes in any .quantities. THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL tt. Printe Sale rt fcrj kperior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Frank Waddington has-been instructed "by G. E. HEM EL. ffVK. Esq., to remove to his rooms 410 Round St., and sell by private' sale, a quantity ol very superior Furniture including Solid English Oak Bedroom Suites, Oak Chairs, Oak Hall Stand, Mahogany Tables, Mahogany" Occasional Chairs', Draw- ing-room Lamp, high-class Carpets, Stair Eaay Chairs, Beds, Mattresses, etc. ROOMS OPEN FOR SALE FROM 9 TILL 6. "A. splendid opportunity for anyone wishing to really gOOQS. Piano Tuning W. H. Field PRACTICAL' EXPERT v Will be 'here on Friday and will remain :for two .weeks. Leave at Armstrong's Jewellery Store. LUMBER Our Guarantee It has always been our intention to deal honestly. It is still our intention to deal honestly. We stand behind every piece of material sold. Our prices are right Sat- isfy yourself Lvmter Co, It! Phones 123 Mail Yard fertk if Trade At tlur Methodist pars'-nagt- last night James Lewis Edwards and Miss i j Rosa Belle Ackroid, both of Magrath, I wcrf united in marriage by Rev. J. M. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards will residf in this city, and hare taken up their on Argylc avenue. All persons missing the scene at thf Bijou tonight will certainly a ran- trfat, especially young pcoplr, showing thorn, in case of emergency, that they can have the marriage cere- mony performed in a blacksmith shop, entitled "The Tale tho Leaves Told." BLAMES THE INDIANS. Ottawa, Si-pi. Jarvis, of N.W.M.P., makes the statement in a report to the Mounted Police De- partment, that along, the Mackenzie River this season he saw 125 miles uf fire burning, between Two Islands and Fort Providence. These fires, he says, are caused by carelessness on the part of Indians, and urges that prompt measures bn taken to prevent great waste of timber. I Camphor Cream 25c a Tube ing Preparation forHongh- ness of the Hands and Face. J. Johnston Fmnipivv Druggist -QUALITY Have Removed To MacDonald Block Room 8 A. L. S, RIPLEY BOOST FOR LETHBRIDGE Lfcthbridge and paid an acre. It's a good guess that less _than ten years will see these same lands worth 150. The sec- tion seems assured. HELLO CITY! launc nun SIBWIUI A BAD STORM. Vancouver, B.C., Sept. from Prince- Ruport today slate, that one of the worst storms that has oc- curred for months on the northern British Columbia coast has been rag- ing for days, and so far shows little sign of abating. Nebraska, Signal) Our next stop at 14.45 was at Leth- bridjro, only thirty-six miles away, but you might to sec the bridges and twists the railroad crosses and makes to g' t Man River. At U'thbridgf the railroad is building a million dollar bridpi1 to solve the liiffloiilty. which is the longest and hiclx-st bridjro in the 307 feet hiph and "wr a mile long. Lfth- briclgi-> is but a few miles from the Montana lino and a local railway, opor.itod in connection with the great coal mines at this placft. connects with Groat Falls. Montana. has irrigation, though it is not used to raiso wheat- and oats. We were taken across the country many miles in autos ami rigs to see the great wheat and oat fields. Think of 930 acrrs of wheat in one enclosure, and fino wheat at that. We passed hun- dreds of of wheat fields on our journey, but none finer than around T.f'thhriflgp. Wr> saw them threshing both wh.'fit oats in our cross country run. They do not stack grain in this section, but thresh it from the shock. Loth bridge is a fine town and tho citizen? rave the party a band concert and reception and dance in the evening. Several of our party in- vfstod in undeveloped lands near The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have received another car or Short Flooring Siding Ceiling 1000 feet of this covers as much as 1000 feet of long flooring. We are selling it cheap Call and get our prices Corner Westminster Ford Jntfcitk if tk Ellin ill 2S P.O. In 654 :v grading is very inuch to. the front at present, ami it is somewhat disconcerting when you arrive atyonr place of business one morning and find the sidewalk sunk two to three feet below your front door.step.' it has left us, however, on the high grade." have always Our motto is: The Highest Grade Goods at Lowest Possible Prices New Fall Dress Goods Venetians. Amazons, Meltons, Diagonals, Tweeds, etc., 36 to 56 in. Per Yard, 400 to Choice New Waists v right from in this particular line. Lawns, Lustres and Silks in black, ecru, red and sky X Prices to 'Ladies' Dress Skirts In all weights, colors and materials, the manufacture of Canada's leading skirt makers. We bny direct from the makers, which ensures lowest prices com- bined with excellence of material and workmanship Prices to 20 to 30 of these goods vre are selling at the special reduction of 25 per cent -discount Art in Chinaware Direct importation from the Orient of choice and artistic Ckinaware comprising Chocolate Sets, Cups and Saucers, Cream and Sugar Sets, Fancy Plates, Bon Bon Trays, Jardiniere, etc., etc. 24 complete Dinner Sets to clear at special price of.................... vl ;