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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONEY TO 1AM THK PLACE TO STAY 9m H i H MM Shootin Mr Sportsman? If to, be to and buy your gQM and amnonitioo from THE HICK i Hardware Co. Who have a complete line GUNS and Kynoch Shells QMS FHM ill IB m i We Sell for Cash PHone 62 P.O. Box 670 Lovers of Would do well to look over our new stock of Photographic Novelties some of which may be seeu in our east win- dows. The Siote of Quality H E UUO! Hare you entered the drawing competition for boys and girls? 500 prises. Valae Gfit a copy of the Prize Exercise Book and start today. We have every- thing new and up-to-date in school supplies. SURM5 Wffl 51081 1st tor W if hta Ink Phont 2S1 V We are also offer lug a liberal discount ou ail Film Cameras for the next days. I You will find Us in the. Enterprise Lumber Co. Warehouse Five doors south of the Herald Office, still ready to do busineaa. 4i Ctauuts Resideet Night CWk Drug Methods to UWI The estimated cost of the I.O.O.F. Block is Walsh and Peebles are building a welling ou Arthur St. The woollen mills Trill open, a week rom Monday, September 14th. No business will be clone at the and office ou Day. H. Farvath, of Mediciiia Hat is laving a time with the- local trikers. Did you see the home grown apples n the Hudson's Bay Co.'s window? See them. Some of the most beautiful water ever .produced will be seen at the Bijou tonight. Four men frciu Cranbrook attend ed the meeting of ithe local C: P. R. machinists yesterday. Mrs. J. R. Anderson and children have returned from Winnipeg where they spent the summer. Mrs. Fitzpatrick and family' who have been visiting Mrs. C. Begin, to THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 58 -42 Calgary, clear............. 76 42 Regina. fair............... S4 'Winnipeg, cloudy......... 72 56 84 46 Forecast: "Western provinces: Fresh winds, westerly, a few scatter- ed showers b'ut mostly fair and mod- eratelv warm. G. 'luair has returned from gary. At Sage's store, they nave opened up hand _paiuted Nippon Ware. The newest in high class pottery. Price may, seem high, ._ _ The accountant who is to take charge of the books in connection with the electric plant is expected, to assume his duties at the city hal on September 5th. tickets are. out for a suppe and concert to.be given by the La- dies' Aid of Westminster church on Are building our drug trade into a nice patron- age atrd'a" steadily increas- ing business. Do your drug store buy- ing here and use you right. Right in every way with the best we have. There can't be anything better than the best. It there was we would have it for you. Hlberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists IIPIET, LHIiliBEE i returned to Sweet Grass this morn-1 September 10th. A good programme ing. _ is being prepared. Miss Dixon of the. Central Tele-i The police celebrated the midsum- phone office, went south this morn- mer round-up of cattle at noon today, ing. They corralled 16 head which the Excavation on Y. S. Shepherd's new owners vrill find at the pound. Every- two-storey block on Round St., next little helps in defraying the big ex- the Odd Fellows new block began this I pense the city is incurring this year, morning. Chester Leroy-thought too much The youthful treasure seekers at the Lf to leave request- Bijou tonight is one of the grandest Ld yesterday. Today he decided to i stajr and. w-rk for his board {or two Sugar Beets Of the South scenes ever flashed Don't miss it. on the curtain. months." Next time. Chief Gillespie All the contracts have been signed asks him to make himself scarce he for the new hotel at Coleridge. The first car of lumber was shipped from the city last night. [will feel more like being agreeable. One of those events which are Come and see the great railroac such, importance to and interest in iliie transpired at the Methodist par disaster as it actually took place a1 year ago in one of the old countries, at the Bijou tonight. Work on the enlargement of St. Augustin's church began today. There wil Ibe no weekly services while the will be no mid weekly services while the work is in progress. Everything is moving almost nu- ehamcally at the land office now. Each man knows when his turn will come so that thore is no confusion. D. King has soljl the new double brick residence en Goutts St. south, to Mr. Sherman, who recently moved here from Souris, Man. The city is unloading a car of plank and curbing will be put in where the streets have been graded' outside the cement sidewalk limit. At a special meeting held yester- day, W. R. Bell was appointed finan- cial and recording secretary of Ledge No. 805 of the I. A. of Machinists. The apples in the window at the Alberta Realty Co.'s office, arc at- tracting much attention. The fruit grown by R. Ripley, Bartlett St. Thf reason that the water is not ck-ar is that extensions are being made to the filtering gallerk-s. The A. Buck, a prosperous young farmer of Keho, was united in marriage t New goods are arriving daily, and all who are deair- of getiing the first choice should make an early inapectioii. We would call apecial attention to the following Latest in Dress Goods New Effects, Venetiana, Amazoua, Meltona, Diagonals, Plaids, etc., etc., in all ahadea, 36 to 56 Fine Lot of Wrapperettes -In every conceivable ahade and design. Light and heavy weight, suitable: for Waists, Wrappera, Chi 1- dreh'a Dresses, etc., etc., 1 (J- x'A. 28 to 33 inches. Per Yard IOC lU I Famous D In all styles and Tape Girdles. Also Waists in Infants', Children's and Misaeaj aizes. Special strong make for stout persons with elastic, at hips Ladies' Corsets 75c to Furs and Fur Lined Coats Ladies' Fur Collarettes of various descriptions to Ladies' Fur Coats.'.. .148 to LAST CHANCE To get Colored Dress Muslins at bargain prices." We shall soon withdraw these. See our window J. BROWN CO. LTD. THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON Will remove from tkeir pretent ia dmle Block to their mew >a4 more eommodiovt ia the store by Bradfcccr 0 Co., OA September 7 few well-looted Retidtaet Lots ALBERT E. IVES IMI 2, llw Kick i ELLISON MILLING to, ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLpUR for Ireil ail Pittrj i This has been ackubwledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Weatem Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON And see you get it. We only ask one trial and ire are then BUPB ;of yon r trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND W. GREEN, Manager MAGRATH We do notliing else but CLEAN and PRESS CLOTHES, A and we do tnatiweU. Clothes don't make the man but they make all but his hands and face during business hours. CONTRACTS BY THE MONTH (Calgary; Albertan.) David- Elton president ol .the Al- berta Press Association, arrived in the city last the purpose oi making arrangements for the an- nual press convention which is to be held this year irf the city of Nelson He will be met in Calgary this af- Miss M. J. Glore, by Rev. J. M. Har- rison; of Wesley Church. The wed- ding was performed at 2.30 yesterday Up to last night oiie hundred and thirty-one had been admitted to the office. This morning at nine o'clock! the tickets numbering from 233 to 328 were handed out. The majority of the applicants have so far been successful in getting what they want- ed. The office will be closed on La- bor Day. Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is worse no Paper brand will give you satisfaction TRY IT work will be finished in the course of a week. Mrs. Ross, who with her three chil- dren has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Stafford, for the past two months left for her home at Junenu, Alas- ka, this morning. G. H. Johnston, Lethbridge. dealer in dry goods and men's fur- nishings, ha.s assigned to Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd., official as- signee for the Lethbridge district. M. Cooper and Dave Fraser are the boss anglers this season. They re- turned from the WaU-rton Lakes last night bringing a number of large fish. One measured 3G inches long bv !6 ir.f.hfs in cirwirnfrronC'e weighed 21 1-2 Ibs. live or 16 Ibs. fhvsH-il. Another was a shadn smal- ler b-'ing 35 inchrvs in length. The scenes at the Bijou this promise to eclipse anything in the past. afternoon and Mr. and. Mrs. Buck immediately drove to Keho. C. F. P. Conybeare returned this morning from attending the Supreme Lodge of the Knights of Pythias, at Boston. While away he toured through Massachusetts and Maine and visited Northern Ontario. Of course ho had a bath in the salt water. At Boston members attended the encampment of the uniformed rank. Tin: subordinate lodges of Massachu- setts .strong. Mr. Conybc-an: hud a vf-ry pleasant five weeks' trip. Those attending show tonight will tion by Madam Cellini of thought transmission. While she is blind- folded and sealed on the stage she ternoon by Capl.'Thomas of Cam. rose, the secretary, when all the de. tails .in connection with the conven tion will he arranged. The people of .Kelson are anxiou to have the convention in that citj during the fruit -'lair, which will be held towards the- end of the presen month. Doubtless "the invitation wil be accepted and all the editors and their best girls will take a journej across the provincial line to the fruit fair. Mr Elton is endeavoring to make an arrangement so that th delegates can come back by the long way-round, taking in Victoria an( Vancouver. Mr. Elton lias given up the rea pick and shovel part of the- newspa per business; he has sold one of his three papers "the other two, and h.; himself has gone into MARR JOHNSTON BcU BalMral Hstd FINK 215 CalU for id Defoerd ND HAND STORE 4K) ROUND STREET FOR THE-SIGN We have a large consign- ment of very superior sec- ond-hand Household Fur- niture on sale at our rooms. -If you are looking for first class goods at third class prices, come and inspect ;OUT stock. Waddmgton Gbbon TELEPHONE FOR Contents of, a boarding and room- ing house in first class location for a restaurant or Laundry. for selling, other business to attend to. Apply Wilson, cor. Glyn arid Ford. 224-6 .first class Chinese cook, cook- ing or housework. Apply Quong Lung at Chgw Sam's. .-224-6 W. G: Davis, wife and family, went to Sweet Grass this morning. the law business. But Mr. Elton's heart is still in the southern part of the province; that.part that is generally known as the Mormon district. He reports that this district is one vast expanse of winter "wheat, with a diamond of sugar properly and tastefully set where it makes the best appeara.nce. The wheat crop has been referred to by. everyone who has had the op- portunity of visiting the district. The expansion in sugar _ making is quite as great. Mr. Elton figures out that from Oc- tober last to June, the company pro- duced or sold. pounds of'su- gar, and then at considerable expense they had to to Germany to get raw material for another million Ibs: of sugar. The Raymond company this year has better, results from the beet ra'is. ing on acocunt of the considerable number of Japs who have come in and who have made good in raising the beets. OUR CARLOAD is on the track and it is the finest fruit that has come into the city this year Over 500 Cases now Sold Come quick if yon want any We are Selling it Cheap THE GOOD GO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone M. the vaudeville see a demonsiva- telis instantly names of articles pro- duced in the audience, names of peo- ple, etc. Her act is one of the best vaudeville specialties travelling to- day. Caldi Cheriff, (who was six years with Buffalo Bill's the Arabian magician is a well educated man as ho srJeaks seven different languages. He is sakt to make the impossible posiblc by the aid of Mo- hamod Koran. This company is tonipht only. The prices of ad- mission 25c-35c-50c. Reserved seats can be secured at Higin- bot ham's Drug Store. _ At. Sngo'.s storo they have just re- ceived unique de-signs stamped on box-wood, ready for pyrfgr.iphic work, also pyrographic work sets. ICE CREAM SoftDriab Prat u4 Wtffcoerj "BUDD" REED Successor to G. W.'H. Keed Phone 211 Lumber Co, ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Mail Yard Hwtk 4 Track Dice RedpatfcSt.West Souvenir China One-third off the regular prHe. Some very pretty and attractive pieces. J, J. Johnston For an In veil merit in TOWN PROPERTY or FARM LANDS See W.R. DOBBIN Dealer iii Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties I Bftck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. TO-NIGHT VM1DEVIILE AT Oliver's Hall SPECIAL EHGAGBKHT THE MARVELLOUS CELUWS Mind OTTOHIBKL and CALM SHERIFF, Seats on Sale at Eigin- bothatrfs Drag Store The Duality Ouestion in Groceries m J ____' Our goods in this department are subjected to close scrutiny and are the best. Price is a con- sideration, a serious one, but it comes second to quality. We handle a great many cars all in a retail way during the year, and are able to buy at prices. Turning the goods over quickly ensures freshness. A carload of the cele- brated -TETLEY'S TEAS has arrived. 1 lb. Packets, 30c, 40c, 50c 3 Ib. Tins, 5 lb. Tins, special vahe, 25 lb. Caddys, Apples, Plums, Peaches, Pears for Preserving and General Use The Hudson Bay Co. ;