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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TO i vur x mrBSS Tfe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE VLACE TO STAY to HIM MB MMMMMMIMIMMM Goto' Shootin' HrSportMBau? If BO, be MM to aixl buy your ti from THE HICK Hardware Co. Who have a complete Hue GUNS and __ I Kynoch Shells SOUS FIH iii We Sell for Cash f Phone 02 P.O. Box (HO The correct Styles in NOTEPAPERand ENVELOPES Keinembcr. our embossed Stationery is the same price as the plain. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st tar cf htii list 251 Preparing Medicines Prep4rinp; medicines from doctors1 prescriptions is not only our most import- ant work but it is also the work, we like best to do. We take "a professional pride in this and give it our unstinted endeavor. Will yon trust your pre- scription, in our care? Prescription Specialists I. B. BIPLEK, Mgr. Duck Hunters Who Lake with one ot our Thermos Bottles enjoy a comfort never before dreamed of. Fill with hot tea, coffee or any liquid, and it will remain hot at least 24 hours. Or if cold fluids are required, it will keep them ice-cold for 72 hours. call and see them, also obtain our best pricf g. JJ.ii5iifcetliiJCo.ltf. aad Dispeosl'ig Chewusis Retttert Ntgkt Clerk The Store of Quality t think we are going out of business because we are not in the old stand You will find Us SIWERS'RANKS SHLL UNBROKEN OOLO NEAR PORT ARTHUR OTY AMD DISTRICT H. Ostluhd, of'Stirling, is in the Enterprise Lumber Co. Warehouse Five doors south of the Herald Office, still ready to do business. PHONE 21 G. BHUIBEER CO. ti Ktiftl I ftttti ggm i JTliiig 'J al- say HU.TC has ttons not a serious their throughout il "Additional reports w, regarding the slip si dona in tfce there has u) work done for tlu- though the ,coaipuny stated IMJIOPJ strike that it wouKi Uevp thohx to crops with full time. One report that company have an ag eney at Buffalo to send men across the liao and alto that the public will iiot-: tvsLVd on' the C.P.R. when ther line it and that souie Brings Fine tturffttn Country Port Arthur, Aug. of the tiueM ol evvr 9ceu here VIM brought froui UK- Sturgeou Lake district by Spencer Jfrmuciuuiu to. day. It U a piece weighing- about five pounds and showing calcopyriUt, a sinaH portion of born it t and gold. The copper is shown by the assay to ruir about eight or teu per cent, and the gold, about to the THE WEATHER of the master 'mechanics have con- tracted nervous trouble from over- wori. At London' metv are threatened and forced to work and the report con- tinues' that freight' in the east is not moving, other trains carrying tbe perishable goods, and that trains are-; Tunning without and that some engines have- the brakes cut on account of loose tires. ton. Baanorinau made his fiud on the bay of' Siurgeyu Uke and. states that he a vein, of thin ore fourteen feet hi width. He traced it almost ail the wp.y across his forty acre claim. -The vein disappears, near the line of the claim under a heavy capping of trip rock, but the indica- tions are that, it continues beiieath Not so many prospectors have been coming down from Sturgeon A. Scott is now day clerk at the I2dmoutou, trace fair Calgary, fair I.ethbridgc, clear Medicine lint, fair ,70 CIGARS BY THE BOX Imported from op Domestic from Try a Box of Clear Ravanas, Dallas. Work cm the, bridge is progressing steadily. Mrs. Downer will not receive "this month. ''Don't lorget" grand danco tonight Oliver's Ball. The Altarta. Drug and Book Co.'s store has been given a .fresh coat 01 paint. Miss J. HcLeay, who has been vi- siting at the Hat lor n few is expected home tonight. N. T. who is handling; Col- eridge towusite, returned from a trip to that town this morning, G. C, McDonald, Burdctt St., has removed to the new house on, Bart- Ictt St., recently erected by C. Mat- chett. The infant son of "3. W. Harring- ton buried at four o'clock', lioday. Rev. A. A. -Lyttle conducted the ser- vice. The police are offering a .reward iiri- tte return of a parcel containing any- thing from .a cake and a bottle of whisky to a lady's skirt. Lethbridge friends will learn .with regret that F. B. Helm, manager of the Northern Crown Bank, Calgary, is seriously ill with appendicitis. A .man at the Arlington last nig missed and his card for the uu- ion. The articles were soon fou'ul by another man. The police think they had been by the "c-ri] horn" when he was arrested. Edmonton Saturday News: A great aiany.: good wishes and congratula- tions speeded to Attorney General and Mrs. Cross during tbe week, on the birth of a new little daughter on Sunday last. "iir. Andrew .Brotlcr, Conservative I M.P. for Dundas will leave shortly for Saskatchewan and Alberta, where he will address meetings in company with the western members, Messrs. McCarthy and Lake. This morning a gentleman helped himself to two suits of clothes from one of the rooms at the Arlington. He was seen and the suits recovered but was not turned over to the po- Negina, clear ,10 Winnipeg, clear .30 68 40 42 82 48 Bulletin From Central "Office The weather in the prairie provinc- es has been cool and it Has been showery in .parts of Man- itoba .dud Saskatchewan. The dis- turbance, which hus caused the cool, unsettled., -weather, is passing east- ward, and thy weather is clearing. provinces fine ami a little warmer. D. R MclNNES DEAD Vancouver, Sept. Daniel "Rokrt Mclnnes, a nephew o! the late. Hon. cl'pd today at T. R. "Westminster. country lately but several have going in and prospecting, is going 01 with much vigor than evc-r. THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON GOW Will remove from their prctcftt in the Cbal- dale Block to their aew abd pore commodious quarters ia the store vacated by Bradheer V Co., OA Moaday, September 7 OA eoraer juat East of the Millt, j each. Easy terms, i ALBERT E.IVES Inn 2, OHw Ned PHONE: II. Elton, president of the Al- berta 'and Eastern B. C. Press As- sociation, left on the local to attend a meeting of the executive at Calga- ry tp arrange the programme next convention which will be helti at Nelson. At the meeting of the Epwortli League of Wesley Church last night it was decided to invite Rev. Dr. Young of.-St. James Church; Mon- largest; Ifcthodist Church preach anniversary ser mons at the latter end of October. The last this programme, at the Bijou, A. Duchess' Crime, A Bad Joka, Men tuid the Iliv- al Lovers. This is certainly very in- teresting, and the one who misses the scene will lose something gocul. Slice. tolcralo R. W. Wallace The Smoker's Headquarters Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is worse- iaiions would exist between the em. and Mr. Reid as had beeii shown to him as managing director Ipr the "company, ,-Dr. Mewburn spoke of the history of the -company and hoped for con- tinued pleasant conditions among all connected with the plant. -rThe. mayor addressed the employees as befitted the occasion and expres- sed the wish that all the old employ- ees M'ould stay with, the company. The -employees without ,exception speak iii" the highest terms of 'Mr. Freeman and'hold him in the greatest esteemt The whole affair_Jast night was simple, kindly and' well "con- ducted: '.Tht Address Manfred Freeman, Esq., Manager Lethbridge Electric Co., Ltd.. Bear Mr. the-em- ployees or the Lethbridge Electric Co. on the occasion of your severing your connection with us con- vey to you our great 'appreciation of the kind relations which have always existed-, between us. We regret that the sale of the com- pany's plant terminates the pleasan business relations we have always had, and we ask you to accept the accompanying .chain and _lolcket a? a slight token oi our esteem. We. wish -both you and Mrs. Free. anothi-r stop log to raise the water an- other foot, and aftt-r this had bson a done Government quietly sixth sense which enables him to de- printed the beaver's property. It tcct tin liorn gamblers or in other j that wlu-n the current he- words, fleecers, parasites, or robbers. He has made up his mind that they will given no quarter here so thoj sooner thoy learn this the Vss trouble and expense xvill be incurred by thorn. Chief Gillespic .simply can't and srcms to whenever one in the city now. Stay with rh'h'f )uul more power to you. jran tri flow backward the beavers got alarmfd, and ilu> dam was the rc. Wlu-tht-r the law and the fair -wage clause wore observed in the construction may well doubU-d. but perhaps the Grivornmrnt was not responsible for that. ND HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET LOOK FOR THE SIGN We have a large consign- ment of very guperior sec-' ond-band Housebold Fur- niture onsaleatoiirrooms. If you are looking for first class goods at tnird class prices, come and inspect our stock. ton Gbbon TEULPHONE 261 the suc- every prosperity in ceeding7 years. Signed J. B: Walker, W. J. HcConnel 0. Davis, L. G.'Persinger, J. Arnold Geo. McXenzie, E. Arnold, M. Me Greevy, E. Theobald, R. Andrews, T Turner, W. Moffat, J. H Groves, J. Tick Qer. ELLISON MILLKG ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR far tori nd tatrj This lias beeu acknowledged io be'one of the finest Flours milled in Canada. "Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON FLOUR And sec you get it. We only ask "one" trial ailcl we are then J of your trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your Customers ajre LETHBRIDGE, fiAYMOND AND W. MAGBATH We do nothing else but-CLEAN PRESS CLOTHES, and we do that-well. Clothes.don't make the man but they make all but his hands and face during business hours. CONTRACTS MADE BY THE TdONTH MARK JOHNSTON Babonl Hold MM 275 CaOed for aW DeKrerd FOR SALE Soda water fountain and complete outfit, including necessary goods for immediate- business. R. Sage. 222.0 WANTED A manager for the-Fernie Co.opera- tive Society. 'Applicants must send in experience and wages required to the secretary, on or before Saturday, the 5th of September, 1903. Thos. Biggs, Fernie. _ 222.2 MADAME ?4ORMAN (Orchestral Pianist.) .Disengaged evening engage- ments, town or country. Every branch of professional work understood. hav. ing had 20 years ..eiperiejcce. in -a Band of foxirteeh in H. M. Marines and Royal Yachts.- TO RENT 7 roomed house, modern conven- Apply- M. Ash_ mead St: V 222.1 TO RENT Warehouse and" office on Smith St. Apply The H. Macbeth Agency, P-0. Block. 222-6 r FOR SALE "Tvey known "as the best stock farm in Alberta, containing acres over-and above leases. For particulars, apply the owner. T. Wilson, Key Ranch, Livingstone, Alberta." 222-6 LOST Lost, August 31, team of mares, weight 1 ,350 apiece, branded capital L on left hip, one light bay, and one; brown. Finder will be suit. ably; rewarded. An ply Her- ald Office. 222-6 Souvenir China One-third off the regular prHo. Some very pretty nnd attractive pieces. DIED on Sunday. August 30. Vora th; only child of Mr. and Mrs. M. Ufphy. ng-xl 1 year and f> I, [ohnston Druggist JARTERS- For an Investment in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Albert a Laiius and Leth bridge Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Picture W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER V VADNAIS DID NOT IMPLICATE WIFE (Continued from Front: Page.) As Ifr. Vadnais went to step tip to the threshold, spine six feet away, Bissett stood in the door- way and fired, inflicting the wound in the chest and upper ness was positive that he heard "only ono shot lired. Mr. Vadnais, the injured man in the. He told of his attempt to put Jfr. Bis- sett out of the housr; and said that B. threatened him with a knife and when tie returned witK the, club and was going- to-'enter, B. shot him. He turned and fled to the corral, 125 yards from his house, changed his mind and startft-1 for Hendry's, nearest Mr. B. chasing him toward their ranch. part way over he fell to the ground with bis arm partly under his head. B. shouting to him to come back. .While on the ground he was shot again, whon ht: again got up and started to run for Hendry's. The house was lockod and TTcndry to put him tin the grnnjiry nnd he was there by two of I'm- ITendry's. But before falling to the ground he had grabbed TTcndry and tried" to (hold him between himself nnd bis but IJendry jerked away land grablxhl Mr. B.. causing the "gnn j to fall to the ground from whence witness said Mrs. Vndnnis picked it. up. As it. was near o'clock in tbe evening, as counsel for the accused. MV. Nolan nsked that Mrs. Vndnnis be custody btit Jus {ticc Belcher could not see it that way, but ruled that he would com- mit both for trinl and nllow. Mrs. Vadnais a release on "nail and i would hold Mr. BJssctt in custody. The Mr. and Mrs. jVadrviiis with t'icir chilfjren departed for the ranch. Let us prove to you range will save you The home that owns a Gumey-Oxford Golden Nugget Ranee fuel food time labor for this is the range was built to save just these .things. GURNET-OXFORD GOLDEN NUGGET is the lowest-priced range the special features and improvements of the highest-priced ranges.' Itis supplied with an Gurney-Oxford reversible grate that gives a constantly bright, live fire and burns every'bit of the fuel to si fine is no -waste. In the morning a kirn of the grate handle gives you a quick, bright You don't have to loosen, a single belt cr Tint to change the grate from, coal to wood The fire linings can be removed disturbing the pressed steel top. The range will never warp nor crack for it is built of patent levelled dead flat steel. The range Is lined with asbestos so all j theheatiskeptinsKletodo your cooking. how much this The unusually large oven has a drop door that forms a solid basting shelf xvhcn open. We know that the Gurney- Oxford Golden Nugget Range js the one you should have in your kitchen. f5.OO GURNET. OXFORD GURNET-OXFORD CANADIAN RANGE This is the range -with the new divided flue." This divides the heat and sends it over the front of the oven as well as the back, keeping all a perfectly even tempera- ture. No turning of pics or un- cvenlv baked cakes with this range. The GurneyrOxford Canadian is also provided with the reversible the grate that bums all the coal. Built of the finest, dead flat, patent levelled steel, lined with asbestos. Large oven with, balanced drop door. FMCE. extra t f7 Standard Metal Co. Hayr Brothers ;