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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONEY TO LOAN Tne Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY vto HUM Steam advertisement tad it will give you au the of goods 4 we stock 5y for YOB Globe and Check Valves Detroit, Swift's and Zero Bight Feed Lubrica- tors Pop side outlet Steam Gauges and Gauge Glasses Grease and Oil Cups All kinds of Rubber, As- beatos and Spiral Packing Belt Dressing and Lacing Cylinder and Machine Oil J In fact, all your requirements Hardware Co. We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P-.O. Box 670 Russell's Western Pictures In Large and Small Sizes Also Post Cards nHEITSON'S NO! STOKE 1st htf tet if MM bit Phent 2SI BRUSHES With Life Strong, durable, well made brushes for every use. The solid back stay-in- bristle kind that save your temper and save you money. No matter what you want in brushes. Hair Brushes Tooth Brushes Nail Brushes Bath Brushes Shaving Brushes We have them llberta Drug and Book Cc. Prescription Specialists 11 RirtEY, LETilRIIGE has fouud iroui experience that it pays to get from us her supplies lor the Rubber siiec Corks and Recin and Battling Wax Tumeric, Bay felery Muttard whole and ground Mixed Pickling Sptct Whole and ground Pepper White, Black and Red Cauia Cinnamon, Curty Powder Ginger, Mace, Nutmegs Allspice, etc., etc. Family Difpeadiif CSeausts Reddest Night Ctark i .CITY AND DISTRICT Last Sunday night was the hottest light of 1906 and probably ever re- gistered in Lethbridge. The lowest euiperature registered during the light was 65.5 degrees. The brick work ou the extension of St. August in's church has been atart- d. Mrs, Geo. Rogers will receive on Friday of this week and afterward oh ,he second and fourth Fridays of the month. A. H. McKeown came down from !algary last night. John Halstead of Calgary, C.P.IL district traffic manager is in. the city The Western Canada Agency are building an oil warehouse on Baron- ess Road. Mrs. J. Shepard of Penticton, B. is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. F. Kirkham. llrs. Leflingwell, and ifrs. Fowler of Warner, are among the visitors in the city today. X. T. Macleod Co., report that Lhe sales for the Coleridge townsite amount to since August 22. Jesss Hardie leaves on Sunday for Toronto to resume his studies at St Andrew's College and on Tuesday Gladstone.Hardie leaves for Kingston to enter Queen's University. B. PI. Van Spanckeren, Crabb St. is enjoying a visit from his father B. H. Van Spanckeren, sr., of Pella Iowa, and. his uncle L. Reerink, o Sully, Iowa, who are looking over the-district. Jacob Sawchuck and two of his countrymen who board with him wen up before Inspector West and llagis trate Humphries on a charge of hav ing stolen property in his possession and of stealing the same respective- ly. The article in question was a crowbar alleged to have been stolen from the Taylor Mills. The polic were unable to prove the charges s the prisoners were dismissed. A crowded house attended both per formances of the vaudeville and mo ing picture show last night at Oliv er's Hall. The moving pictures wer exceptionally good and received af prcciatlve applause. Otto Kinsfc who shows pictures of the Alps an sings Tyrolean songs, responded t three encores. The same progranvn will be repeated again tonight an those attending are assured of a pie sant evening. DR. O. J. COURT1CE DENTIST Whitney Block After September "15th, Dr. Courtice occupy his new offices over Mac. Donald's Store, corner Round and Redpath Sts. Hours 9.12 and 1-5. Telephone 255 Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is worse liar, no Paper brand will give you satisfaction TRV IT Iqers-Canniflfjliaii) Inker Co, LU, Phones 23 and 123 Yard Nwtk Track Dice The Store of Quality Come to Our Five Doors South Herald Office, if you want any- thing iu Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries Opening ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED L. J. McLEAY C. HUHi CO. THE WEATHER' Jalgary, fair 60 Medicine Hat, clear 70 jethbridjje, fair ................68 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Robbers took a gold purse, he property of Mrs. John R. Ward, aughter of'U. S. Ambassador Reid f London. They had planned to ake all her jewels but, the attempt frustrated. At. Kamloops a young Scotchman named Trimm drank a bottie of ink and ate camphor, apparently intent ou death and died in the hospital. George H. Cowan, city solicitor, vas selected as Conservative candi- date for Vancouver. George n. Barnard was chosen Con servative candidate for Victoria, I C. The receipts of the Gan3-Nelson Gght were slightly in excess of 000 of which Nelson received and Cans Police Constable Thomas A. Guth- rie, of Toronto, was found in a dy ng condition at his home as a re- sult, it is said, of a self administer- ed1 dose of strychnine. All the leaders in the National League won their games yesterday and the standing remains unaltered Detroit clinched its hold on the Am rican. League.leadership by defeating Chicago yesterday. CARD OF THANKS The management and nurses of the Gait hospital desire to convey their thanks to church Sunday School and a number of individual for the gifts of flowers and vegetable sent them. Result Of Our FIRE It looked as though our Store was in serious danger last week when the shed in our rear was ablaze, but the timely arrival of the Fire Brigade averted a dis- aster. have quite a lot of bargains un- touched by fire or damage of any kind, and all ike WtUr on tHftt account, that must be cleared to make room for the new goods. LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS In Lustres. Panamas, Venetians, Amazons, Tweeds, etc., etc., of various shades. Perfect fit and correct two styles alike. Regular 7.00 8.00 9.50 10.75 u for u tt a u 5.00 5.50 6.00 7.75 LADIES' SHORT COATS lu Black, Fawn, Black and etc., etc., suitable for present wear, perfect style ant; ft. Regular 8.50 9.50 11.00 for it it ti II 5.50 6.50 8.50 Set tir Wiidtw rf Facy Dress Mis.uu, alw Bargaii Tables NEW CURTAIN MUSLINS Just received, fine assortment of these goods. Kich patterns in Madras, also Frilled Net and Muslins with Insertion. Widths suitable for Sash or Long Curtains, 27 to 50 inches, vide, per yd... .ISc'to 50c J. BROWN THE FOOT TOGGERY We are now located in our fine new quar- ters in the old Nelson Phaser Stand NELSON GOW to Below Market the Corner of Btrtlett aad London Road each ALBERT E. IVES tos Z, Olirer Block PHONE HERALD FOR HIGH-CLASS JOB WORK ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR For Bred Fastrj This has been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask your deuJer for ELLISON FLOUR And see you get it. We only ask one trial and we are then sure of your trade Dealers L See that you the Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND "G W. GREEN, Manager GENTLEMEN When youVant your Suit Cleaned and Pressed Phone 275 job MARK JOHNSTON Bdtt khml Hold MM 175 Ufc bid in ui Ddirerd The Boston Lunch Is the place to go for a.Dainty Lunch on'short notice. Extensive Menu. Good Service. Our cook can deliver lie gooas 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road MARRIED Knox church, Leth- bridge on" September 9th by Rev. A. I M. Gordon, Janet Duff, youngest; daughter of the late John Duff, Esq., to Ernest H. Wilson of Lethbridge. "Don't forget" Tuesday, Sept. 15th, Madame Norman's dance at the Oli- ver's Hall. Good music, good floor. Dancing from 9.30 until 3 o'clock. Last but not 1-ast, "Refreshments provided." 228-6 FOR SALE Repeating Winchester shot gun in good repair, one season's use, cheap. Apply J. Dawson, c-o Macdonald fc Co. 229-0 A BIG HARDWARE STORE FOR LETHBRIDGE A. H. McKeown, late of the M Keown-Htck Hardware Co., has form ed a joint stock company to agai go mto the hardware business Lethbridge. A lease has bi-en obtained of th corner store in the Bryan block an the interior will be fitted up with the very latest fixtures and applianc- es. The new firm will be known as McKeown Hardware Co., Ltd. Mr. McKeown is one of the best known hardware -men in the West and while manager of the McKeown- Hick Hardware Co. made many friends who will be glad to hoar that j he is to remain in the city. Mr. Mc- Kf-own has great faith in the city and surounding district and the store when completed will cany one of the largest and best assorted stocks in Southern Alberta. WANTED Plain hand sewing. Apply Mrs. Lowden, c-o Mrs. Bradbeer. 229-1 SNAP North Ward Lots All go for AT ONCE DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridee Properties Bkck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Crepe Tissue FIRST QUALITY All Standard Colors 15c. 2 for 25c J. J. Johnston PtarripCvv Oruggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- Only 200 Cases Italian left out of our Car of Fruit Come quick if you want any Another car of Peaches, Plums. Pears, Crab Apples Tomatoes, Canteloupes, Green Peppers, Street Potatoes, etc., to arrive next week Now is the time to bny your Preserving Fruit when the prices are right THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone M, We have the teams and we're here to do the busi- ness Dnpg I Coitract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. and W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 TONIGHT Polite Vaudeville and Moving Pictures Oliver's Halt TWO SHOWS EACH NIGHT 8 p.m. and 9.30 p.m. Molts 25c Children 15c HUDSON'S BAY SPECIAL CLOTHES Every Suit of Clothes you buy -with the Hudson's Bay Special brand means that that particular suit has passed that rigid inspection which has elevated all Hudson's Bay products to the --Present high plane of excellence A Big Display of Men's Correct Suits at Unusual Prices Your Price is Here F OR years we have striven to produce the best garments for differ- ent that will appeal to the man of critical taste who seeks the this season we have succeeded as never before. If you are a crank" about clothes we can delight you with a pe'rfect snug around the neck, free about the and the dozen and one trifles that count in the dis- tinctive Hudson's Bay style. If you are a business man you should lave one of these Fall will be good business Prices as unusual as the quality The cheaper grade we cannot conscientiously recom- mend highly, although they give excellent value for the money, but with the higher priced Suits we guarantee every single one with absolute confidence. Wo know the workmanship is good and that the cut and finish cannot be excelled at the price. A fnll range of material is shown. The latest popular shades in checks, stripes, and plain cloths. ;