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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL Up tt Dllttt ROOMi IN CONNECTION THe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLAClL TO STAY WIN M titlbrilge Is tic IUILIS KITH BUY Normal Shells and Have the Best The Hick Hardware Go. P.O. BOX 62 t Stock of At all prices, S5.CO, S15.00. Multifiutes, Tremolos, Music Racks. Harmonicas lOc.to Violin, Guitar and Ban- jo Strings. ROBERTSON'S 8QG.XSTQK Phon-. 261 New Whitney Block j; Helping Your Doctor In time of sickness you can best help your doctor by having his prescription compounded at our store, where your inedicine is prepared precisely as your doctor it to "be pre- pared, and from the pur- est pf fresh drugs and 'chemicals. Your doctor requires medicine made this way to successfully fight illness. I 4 4 I i i i I I Are You Still After the Flies We have got- the killeis and catchers such as Death to Flies, Wilson's Fly Pads, Tanglefoot, and Brown's Fly Coils. Now is the time to get after them right-.. The flies want something to .settle on. Tvhy not get some nice, fresh Tanglefoot at j.O.iligioiiGtfiainSGo.Ltii- Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone. Night clerk. Also Branch in North Ward The Store of Quality Just Unloaded. Sole Agents PHONE 2.1 G. mm co. I First Mm Grocery Store In City Our Stock of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables is Complete Tokay Orrupes, Ripe Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes. Cucumbers, 3 Peaches. Plums. IVfMv. Apples, etc. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY, Foot Toggery Down and Out Prices do not cut any figure. Only this week of Slaughter Sale Prices by Selling Nekon Gow's Stock 214 Round St. 4- i The Latest Styles Shapes IN 39 .00 46 .00 50 -.00 general FALL MILLINERY Now on Display at THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear 80 40 ..00 Calgary, clear "'86 Lethbridge, fair 87. Winnipeg, clear 64 Fine weather has been throughout the prairie provinces and j it been for the most part moder- j ately warm. Forecast All west, fine and warm today and on "Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT The only townsite of Winnifred lo- cated immediately on the C. P. Ry. is the one exclusively handled by Hatc.h Coons and owned by Ran- dall McMahon. The lots in this townsite will NOT be sold at auction, j Watch us grow. 225-3 Most of the members of tie Leth- bridge ball team returned to the city j Friday night having concluded, the i season's games at Calgary. j ai; t.hc. corner The members of the Caledonian So- t sts Letl L. and J, McLeay Redpatli Street HALF-ACRE on "WILLIAM-ST., on water line J terms, cash, balance in 0 months will sell in lots if desired J ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK J PHONE 297 FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8-PER CENT. J WITHIN SIGHT OF THE CITY N. E. X Sec. 26, Tp. 8, Rge. coe fr N. w. x Sec. 25, TP. Rge. acre, easy terms j To Ranch, snliable for dairy The H. Macbeth Agency CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Morningstar's house which Frank G. sold by public auction on Saturday last, was 'pur- chased on of a tMk'nt by David King of the (iolden Realty Co. Mr. and Mrs. Rice and -Mr. Lincoln j Rice of St. Mary's, Ont.. spoilt-a few n Saturday R. E. Sherlock j while returning from the Seattle Ex- position. Th'f.1 .Lethbridge Laundry Co. rn- into their new and modern of Smith and Lethbridge now his mbertaDrygandtaCQ, Prescription Specialists i. B. nipin; For EL Hrst-class job in AHD DYETNG- lies' or Grents5 Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 358 CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. J. S. McMurray died at Orton i Alta., aged 46 years. Contractor Simni has finished his contract at the city mine. Percy Harding has joined the Ufice j staff at the Bentley Co.'s store. I G. A. Thompson spent Sunday 'and Labor Day with friends in Taber. A. Hobkirk, of the C.P.R., Medicine Hat, was in town, this morning. 1 The Golden West Bealty Co. have presented themselves with a .new iauto. i The people of the Baptist church held a very enjoyable social i evening last night. ,TV Beverly Robinson of -the Heaton Toronto, a cousin of J. B. of this city, is visiting'here j for a few -days. j R. B. Buchanan, manager of the Eastern Townships Bank at Coleman, i spent Day in. the city. Chief Gillespie and family returned j to town Saturday afternoon after an ore of the most up-to-date laundry hsve started business next doer jta'-thc Gocd Co. We solicit your pat- We are still serving the usual GOOD MEAL at the t j will receive to- ciety gave a dance in the hall last eveninb. It was well attended and a j plantr West very successful entertainment. R. clothes rfen-U Mr. and. Mrs. Ira Fletcher of cf 13 years' experi- j grath spent Sunday in the city with friends on their way' back from Gras- sy Lake where they .were visiting. Latest New York styles i.i ladies 1 rona3e. We guaranty a-l work first tailored suits just opened up at; Give "S'a trial and be con- Clarke SfGo.'s.- j-vinced. Gsods called and deliv- ered. Pho.-e 275. T. 0. -Jc'hnston. who was resident j of Lethbridge for some months this j Mrs- Buxton of Stafford- spring; hut who now is, developing died her Ms farm at Whttlash was a visitor jtome- The leaves the resi- in the city last week. Staffondville at 3 p.m. to- -I iday to the Church of England where Col. Mackie reached ithe city on _ ithe funeral service takes place. Sunday and went south to Milk River 1 this morning Mrs. MacW has been The C- P- R' Telegraph Co. will quite ill-for some time but is some- py 35 .on the lot iwhat better at present. the freiSht shed immediately. Charles K. Vahev has returned to The present charters in the Leth- JMacleod as manager of E. Doberers !bridSe Hotel block are far too small [store. Mr. Vahey, who is a former expanding business. resident of Lethbridge. has been're-' The regular entertainment of the i siding in Brrdgeburg-, Ont. j Caledonian Society executive will be i W. C. McKillicanrof the 'Dominion' ''heW'tonight at 9 p.m. in the Cale- i government seed branch, Calgary, !donian Halt- A.r.ong other .business Iwas inarried at Morden. Man., last ;taken up wl11 by oi week Miss Annie M. Stewart, Jatc i.City re the Cal-edonian. Foot" jof the Calgary public School staff: jbaU Club' Clarke Co. announce a complete! Complete change of vaudeville to- IshoWing of ladies' tailored suits.' Spe- j n'ght the Eureka. New people 'cial values in beautifully tailored neW acts- Dont miss ]i- Just (garments, made of-all-wool materials, Set the Eureka Habit. at k ;_ j Mrs. Rose Crawford and Mrs. W. E. j -I. B. S. Barrett, manager of the j Brown started for Seattle via Van- I Coleman Miner, was in the city Sat- Jcbuver on Sun day. morn ing for a four I urday. Mr. Barrett and T. B. Bran- weeks' visit. While awav Mrs. Craw- idon have recent-ly purchased tihe Min- "ford will look after the interests of j er and are publishing not onl5r the i her patrons in obtaining the latest Miner but papers for Cowley, the i fashions in dressmaking. RAILWAY SPECIAL RATES to 8th) chronicle, and Blairmore, the Enter- PHSC- The Citizens Lumber Co. have just received a carload of clear maple publishinS M they paper in the I Tickets on Sale IOEDST ZZoii to SEPTEMBER 5tli Final return limit SEPTEMBER 24th Transit limit ten days in each direction. For full particulars apply to agent, or to J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, The only townsite of Winnifred io- cated immediately on the C. P. Ry. is the one exclusively handled by Hatch Coons and owned by Ran- dal! fit McMahon. The lots in this will NOT be sold at auction, j Watch us grow. 225-3 The North .Ward Junior Football j team trimmed City Juniors to j the tune of on Monday morning, i The ball burst when there was still j another ten minutes to play. All of us can have a shot 'em A MONEY-MAKER Two half-acre Lots on LONDON ROAD Cash Can be divided into Lots Double Barrel Gun each Just a left Shells going, fast.- Place yoii-r order right here TELEPHONE 294 Office, Boom 8 Macdcnald Block Phone 75 Box 27 V IT E VER floorinS of red blrch flooring and of OCCUR TO YOU I '.number one white oak dimension Watch us srow That perhaps you are making a mis- i take by not getting our prices before T buying lumber, sash, doors, lime, ce- i ment, plaster etc., somewhere You are old enough to it now there's a mighty lot of difference in the ity of every one of these articles, just, the same as there is in tea and cof-j T A Fresh Lot of fee. And that there's always more or j j less difference in the prices, too. T Then, as you can always get the most and best here, at the lowest! prices, why aren't you making .1 mis- j 1 take'by not buying here. From where we sit, it looks like you were} passing up a good thing. Rogers-Cunningham j; Lumber Cpmpanyld Pbomes 23, 123 and 321 GANONG'S 40c. 75c. A BOX Great Guns! The Le Fever L. C. Smith A. HLFox Parker Winchester Remington Ithaca Stevens and the celebrated r> T T .vjur. oammer Guns all guaranteed Government test We have them all in stock J. Johnston Chemist and Druggist Staff ord Agaew Co. "If yon live out of town, write us." [Continued from First Page.) producing it and from that that wages were not up to the mark th'ey should be. They should en- deavor by all fair .means to secure their rightful share of the value of the products of their labor. The speaker sp.-ke .strongly on the j matter of th- ix-cent order-in-council dealing with the eight hour law for j" nnne-rs. The order-in-council had j been issued because the. mine owners j wanttvi and the working-men had not b.-en considered. He did not be- lieve there would be a..shortage of coal if. the change wore not made and j .MijrrrestijO. 'that' the' matter should 1 have bean -to a conciliati )n board to se.> h ether or not such was j the case. He hoped and believed ihatl the miners would take the :natk-r I up. He closed by saying tliat, al- j though he had .not a -word to say j against the present member for Letli-1 he th.ouglit the workingmen j should hlave their own representa-'! tivos in Parliament and other places! where legislation is discussed. The cliairman briefly thankc-d the the citizens who turned out and the union men although he be- lieved they could nave, njadt'; twice the showing- they did if they had turn ed out. Threshermen Hard Luck When your engine breaks .down and you cannot get repairs X 't Auction Sale Go to The McKeown Hardware Co. They have them. We ship out of town daily. On Saturday next SEPTEMBER 11 th At 2 O'Clock At the Property, Orchard Avenue, North Ward FRANK G. WADDINGTON Has received instructions from Mr. Byer. to- Sell by Public Auction as above a new and well-built 5-Roomed Cottage In Brick Foundation, with good Basement, together with the Four LoLs upon which the property stands The cottage, which has only been recently built Is ,-well, finished, all lath and plastered, and well adapted to the requirements of a small family. TLe Golden West alty Co.'s automobile tnl! be at the disposal of intending purchasers desiring to view the property up to day of sale. FRANK G. WADDINGTON Auctioneer )f i jf l> I? i In Acre Lots. Westminster Road. each Only cash, balance 4, 8 and 12 months w Phone 1-2-2 ;