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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta i MOMrr TO LOAN TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY will a day Cor and aadif foaiotAod going you wilh ammnaition that yov money can buy, then yoa will be of aneoeaa We carry a full line of GUNS and Kynoch Shells j THEHiCK Hardware Co. I We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Lovers of H LLO! Have you entered the drawing competition for boys and girls? 500 prizes, Valae I1COO Get a copy of the Prize Exefcise Book and start today. We have every- thing new and up-to-date 3 in school supplies. IflttlTSffll'S 1001STME 1st tar M if Ink Phont 251 Satisfied.. Customers Would do well to look over our new stock of Photographic Novelties some of which riay be seen uuour east win- dows. We are also offering a'liberal discount on all Film Cameras for the next few days. Dispensing; Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Nieht Clerk The Store of Quality Full Assortment Fresh Fruits, and Groceries always on baud at our Twparefjjiarterj Fire south of the Herald Office PHONE 21 reveal Quality. The quiei, character cf a "correct" betpeftkt good breeding aud wins favor for Ihc CLOTHING the hall marks of Quality aud wore geoeral than any other. fa i SOVEREIGN Sri W. E. SANFOID MANUFACTURING CO. HAMILTON, OST. WINSIPBG, HAN. CITY AND DISTRICT Geo. E. sprang wheat vent thirty bushels to the acre. The- Montana Lumber "Co. of iain View has been incorporated. Bandmaster Corrison of the Citi- zens Bend, Sarnia, Ont., has- beoti en- aged, as leader of the Crunbrbok, it. C. band. v Labor Day' sports "at trie Bijou ma- tinee from-JL to'.'2.301' Extra 'special admission 10 B. ShaW, collector Customs, went to Cardston yesterday .morning to visit his brother. Extra special for Labor Day night. One third) more scenery than usual. Same low price at the Bijou. Geo. E. Heinelryk has leased his farm near Coaldole and expects to return to England in October. The Oliver Manufacturing Co. iiuve secured the agency for Lethbridge arid district for the Metal Shingle ,and Siding Co., "of Preston, Ont. A meeting of the council of-the Board of Trade has been called for I Are a great asset to any business. We realize tins and in- tend to give entire satis- faction in eyery deal. We handle qjjly the best goods. We know you will be sat- isfied with onr service as well as with all purchases made at our store. That our policy is en- tirely satisfactory is prov- en by our constantly in- creasing sales. We sell .everything a good drug store should sell. Hterta Drag and Book Co. f Prescription Specialists 1. I, liPLEY, Mgr. a full attendance be present. Miss E. Brook joined the- The new Pacific elevator at Gleichen will be opened on the 20th. iliss Ella Cook spent the past two weeks visiting Hiss Loise HcKanzie at the Cameron Ranch. Cans Nelson fight Tuesday night at staff of the Central Telephone office. Miss Brook comes from one of the large central otlices in London England. Labor Uay matinee for-the benefit of ladies and children at the Bijou. Extra special in connection with the regular program. 1 to 2.30. Ad- mission 10 cents. Mr. aud Mrs. W. ,1. Atchison ar expected to return from California next week. Mr. Atcnison is ver. much improved in Herald. The Cranbrook Herald says Wm. Oliver, one -of. the prin- cipal business men of Lethbridge, Alia., spent several days in the city the past week interviewing several of the lumbermen. W. R. Asher, Inspector of Agencies for the Imperial Life of Canada, left this" morning to spend a few days on his ranch, "Wood Grove at Cardston. "Salvation? What is Jones may.be a candi- date for mayor of Calgary. Virtue has taken a position as salesman with MeTCelvie and McGuire, "The Men's Wear Men." W; O'.; Mil by got and costs last night because he was drunk and dis- orderly. Momluy Ixung Labor Day and >ubHc holiday" the Herald" 2 published. Through an error yesterday instead of was stated as thfc reported sales made by the Coleridge Townsite Agency, Wnu Cousins, mayor of Medicine Hat, was in the city yesterday looking over the power plant and the im- provements on the street. The miraculous. In Sage's south window'may be, seen a row of little seal's each holding in its embrace a viaduct over a mile long. The extra special at the Bijou con- sists of the following subjects, White Shoes, or the Lost Bonk Note and the Rolling The Rolling Bed will certainly' entertain you royally. The above in connection, with the reg- prograin.- Watch for Tuesday's program. The fast great battle fought between Nel- sofl. 'and Gans will be thrown on the curtain Tuesday evening at tho Bijou consisting of five reels. One hour and forty muiutes duration. Admission and 25 cents. Miss Francis. M. Redding of the North Ward wus surprised by a num- ber of her friends last the occasion being the seventeenth anni- versary of her birthday. "A very pleasant evening was spent and Miss J. S. Harrison has been appointed a-notary jmblic. .Mt, awi Mrs. Oscar Fiumaurice re- to Milk Elver this morning. L. 'Friser, of Coleman tad H. N. Galer, of Spokane, are on business at "the Royal Tram nor of thtj Bank of Montreal, has gone .to spend Labor at Banff. of Warner and-W. I. Moellcriug of Milk River arc in the city. T. Ev--Patterson sold 10 acres -in the Xortti Ward yesterday which will probably be used as a poultry farm. Architect McDonald is drawing up plans lor two houses for Conductor Cory "of Hat, to be erected on Courtland St. local estate man has been notified by one cf the largest pro- perty holders, in the city lhat after following cricket eleven will represent Lethbridge at Hacleod on Monday: Stewart, Sexton, orp, Wude, A. Ely, A. M. Bowtley, T. JJings, ijxnsilell, Ilayr, Fairbroth- er, Whittou, ItobinMMi (Captain.) Win. Prouse, who spent the past few vtvks visiting his daughiera here ami in looking over the district, re- turned to his home at IngersoU Qrit. hvsi night. Mr. r-rouse may probab- ly return to locate here. T-lst his property will advance 25 per Thre hundred, and eighty-two piir- sons had been admitted to the office up "to kiast night since -Septem ber-lst. This inorning forty-three more appeared at the wicket. The tickets- numbered frooi 440 to 474 were hand- ed out. The office will be closed on Monday. The vacation is over for a number our students and tomorrow evening the following young people laave home once more to resume the ar- duous duties of college life: Miss Gladys Downer and the Misses Hen- derson return "to Havergal, Winnipeg; Fred Downer, Levy DeVeber and Ar- thur Mewburn to Trinity College, Port Hope; Hastings' Mewburn to McGill, Montreal; iHaf61d Henderson, Wm. Lawrence Naisuiith and Clarence. Rogers to Upper Canada College, Toronto. CITY MARKET Business at thf- City Market started this morning'with a moderate supplj of garden produoe. The business for a commencement was very encour- aging and the supply was cleared ou short lime and there ought to oWac anxiety on the part of Jn bringing in his produce to the as there is.no trouble in finding purchasers providing th Biarlcet masteW are notified a'day or so" ahead' of "Market Day which fo the present is every Saturday morn ing at 9 a.m. There will be a varie< supply again for next .Saturday morn ing. JThe prices ruling v.-ere: Potatoes, a good supply, to per ton Onions, per doz. bunch, Cucumbers, per doz.......: -each Cabbages, per Ib Beets, per bunch STIRLING MAN FATALLY HURT Redding was made the recipient of many useful and pretty, presents am- ong which was a gold watch F. German will be located in "half of Roy's lAq'uor store, which has re- cently been divided. Mr. German was very .ortunate in being able to se- cure a store on such short notice as office and store accommodations go at a premium in Lethbridge. Mr. German will be glad to see all his old patrons as well as new ones at will be his nfew storc the subject at the Westminster church Tomorrows services in the Bai-tist tomorrow evening. The service _ Church will he conducted by be conducted by tfte pastor, Rev. A. 0_, _. _r Uilham Reid. Mornuig Joseph Huratt; of "Stirling, who met with a fatal accident yesterday in a to the Gait hospital last night and died shortly after his arrival .His father will come from Dakota. The young man was 22 years The body is now lying at Addison Son's morgue. Funeral announcement will be made later. For a Few Days Otily Good Cottage and Two Lots 25 1 140 ft., m North-Ward, Price down, balance in monthly payments L. S. Ripley Koora 5 Whitney BBC. THE FOOT TOGGERY NELSON GOW Will remove their prettat tUad the Coal- dale Block to their more coaaodiovt U Uore by Brmdkeer September 7 Co.. DUFFERIN Loeatioa, two Choice Reudeaee Lots,