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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONEY TO LOAN utL i ma x unw TEe THE fLACE TO STAY h MUMP v ti mm Steam tbir and it will give you an idea of the lint of goods we stock RiMfiflKv for YOB J i m Fairbanks Globe and Check Detroit, Swift's and Zero Sight Feed Lubrica- Pop Valves, side outlet Steam Gauges and Gauge Glaases aud Oil Cups All kinds of. Rubber, As- bestos and Spiral Packing Belt Dressing and Lacing Cylinder and Machine Oil la fact, all your requirements THE HICK i Hardware Go. We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Ths Hovaekeepcr has found from experience that it pays to from us tier supplies lor the Gorki and Bungs nwln and Bottling Wax Turnwic, Bay Celery Mustard Clovti, whole and ground Mixed Pickling Spice Whole and ground Pepper White, black and red pepper Cinnamon, Curry Powder Ginger, Mace, Nutmegs Allspice, Cassia, etc., etc. UltylkottaiiClLlti. Family aud Dispensing: Telephone W Resident Nfcht Clerk at In Large and Small Sizes Also Post Cards BOOK STORE 1st to fet if OBKH Ink Phone 251 The Store of QvaJKy oors outh nermiti Office, if you want auy- ihing in Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries PHONE 21 CO. to KUU I HUB Goodyear Red Rubber Gloves Every housewife teil you that it is not an easy matter to keep ones hands in good condition and every housekeeper who has ever used foodyear Red Rubber Gloves will also tell you that they are the greatest help in keep- ing ones hands soft and white. Come in and let us tell vou about them. Hlberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists i B. iiPLBf, mmm DR. 0. J. COURTICE DENTIST Whitney Block After September loth. Dr. Courtice will occupy his new offices over Mac. Donald's Store, corner Round and Redpath Sts. Hours 9.12 and 1.5. "Telephone 255 L Tar and Building PAPER Poor Paper is worse no Paper brand will give you satisfaction TRY IT Rogers-CunningtiaiTi [amber Co, Ltd, Phonos 23 and 123 Mail Yard Nortlt d Track Ofcce Retort StWest Extra special at the Bijov to- night. B. K. Bullock, of Coal City. in the city. New change of programme I Bijou tonight. Mike Pahara will build a residence on Baroness Koad. L. T. iionnell taken out for.a dwelling. The Citizens' band will piHV on. the _ Square at 8 o'clock this ft, veiling. j Miss Fraser, of Winnipeg, is the guest of Mrs. G. G. McDonald, Bart- lett St. G. Hamilton of Calgary, is re- leiving for Mr. Gray at the Bank of Commerce. J. Bailey will appear at the Po- lice Court tonight for assault on one Eckburg. W. C. McKillican, of Calgary, sup- erintendent of the Dominion rain Department is in the city. Jensen Bros, of Magrath are thresh ing the large iield of wheat. It is averaging sLsty bushels to the acre. N. T. Macleod Freeman left last night to inspect their tract of fruit lands in the Arrow Lake Dis- trict. Tomorrow at nine o'clock the mar- ket will open as usual. A fair sup- ply of vegetables and fowl will be up for sale. J. Richard, superintendent at the Royal Collieries, received a wire to- day stating that his brother at Vic- toria is dead. G. F. P. Gray, accountant at the Bank of Commerce, was taken to the hospital last night. He has symp- toms of fever. The extra special tonight at Bijou consists of one-third more cry than usual, all at the same low price of admission. Mr, Brynn, late of the Bryan-Cann- ing Construction Co., who has been seriously ill at the hospital with ty- phoid, is recovering. The city insured the fire 'depart- ment horses in the British American Live Stock Association yesterday. S G. Davies is the agent. Whenever there is an extra nt t'iie Bijou the patrons can feel assured o an excellent programme lasting abou one hour, old prices prevailing. The Snyder threshing machine threshed on C. Richards' farm at Ma grath bushels of wheat in on day. E. C. Remick. of Davidson, Sask. I threshed upwards of 5.000 bushels of j wheat off 120 acres on his farm south of Raymond. in mind the Benefit Concert and Dance for the local C.P.R. me- chanirs on Wednesday evening next. An excellent, programme is being pre- pared. Owen Brant, son of Dr. Brant, of Cardston. passed through the oitv yesterday on his way to Western Ca- nada College, Calgar3'. Owing to the reception of the Scotch agriculturalists nt the Chin- ook Club tonight, the choir practice St. Augustin's wiii be at eight instead of at right-thirty THE WEATHER Edniontou, clear 76 38 Calgary, 48 Lethbrulge, fair 83 52 Medicine Hat, cloudy......'.-.. 86 54 and warm today and.on Saturday. Bulletin From Central Office) Throughout the western provinces the wcuther has continued fine aad warm. Temperatures of 80 and over recorded in Alberta and Saskatche- the Thc amount of sales in Coleridge ots was given, in error yesterday. The correct amount since Aug. 22nd hould have been G. H. Cronkite and family .have ar- rived from Thessalon, Ont., and are, iving in Mr. Williams' new cement block house on London Road. Mr. Conkrito has a position in the wool- en mills as head weaver. There was quite a large at ;he land office again this morning. Quite a number camped on. the steps all night. Up to date 1230 tickets lave been given out SoO have been admitted to the wicket. The financial result of the smoking concert on Labor Day was which has been handed over ihe) striking C.P.R. machinists. The com mittee' wish to thank the singers, Cit izens Band, Billie. Sharratt and don- ors of the cigars for the occasion. The mystery of the fire call for Wednesday has solved. Some one dumped some ashes beside a tel- ephone pole on Courtlond Street. Some of the cools started the pole burning but a pail of water applltd by Major Burnett put the fire out. The programme' at the Bijou to- night consists of the following: The Shepherd, The Crusaders and Fro- licsome Powder, consisting of one whole reel, and we will bet you dol- lars to doughnuts make t en. your belts to hold your sides n from laughter. The crowd that attended, the con cert and tea given by the Ladies Aic of Westminster Church last night was large enough to keep two Ion? tables filled from six o'clock unti eight-thirty. Supper was served in a tent, which was kindly loaned the A. R. I. Co. The tables sus tained the North Ward ladies' ivpu tation. A crowded house listened to a well rendered programme church after supper had been The pastor, Rev. A. A. 'Lyttla offic iated as chairman. Something ove 550 was realized, which will go to purchasing a stove-and nmk ing the frrst payment on the organ "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 least, "Refreshments provided." 22S-6 at o'clock o'clock. The C.P.R. strikers to express tion to the the Trades and Labor Council, being the proceeds of the smoking concert gnd Labor Day dnncc. SHOES! The Crawford A High-grade American made Shoe known throughout the United States and Canada by the best DRESSERS The Bell for lumen No need for introduction. This reliable shoe, branded Red Cross and Cushion Sole, is widely known as being best value in footwear Come Here for Your Shoes. Our Prices are Lowest AL WAYS PHONE 54 THE CASH STORE fi. factoid fr Co, inc. ruui jvAy MARtt JOHNSTON Balmil Held Flue 275 Gcxrfs CilW far and Delivered M M SOUTHERN ALBERTA (Canada Gazette.) 'Mr. J. Obed Smith, assistant Su- perintendent of Canadian immigra- tion, is good enough to send us some interesting letters which he has re- c ivcd from settlers in various parts i of the Canadian West. The experien- ces will be found most encouraging j for those who think of following the S f sample of these pioneers. their thanks for the dona-1 Mr_ H Howes, federated trades from' o{ jragrathf A1_ bi-rta, writing in November, 1907, says: "I had this year 70 acres in crop, 50 acres of wheat and 7 acres A Crepe Tissue j FIRST QUALITY All Standard Colors 15c. 2 for 25c t J. J. Johnston Drujgist -QUALITY QUARTERS- ONE HALF SECTION BEAUTIFUL LAtfD All irrigated, fenced and shack, 4 mik-s from railway station. PRICE PER ACRE EASY TERMS W.R. DOBBIN LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 2OO CASES Preserving Peaches HERE TODAY ALL FIRST CLASS FREE STONES MUST BE SOLO BY SATURDAY NIQHT. LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR A FEW CASES. ANOTHER CARLOAD OF ASSORTED-FRUIT NEXT WEEK. THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL It. WANTED General servant wanted at once. Apply Mrs. R. A. Wright. 23-3 POSITION WANTED By young lady as stenographer and assistant bookkeeper in city. Ex- perienced. First class references. Ao- ply Box B. C., Herald Office. 230 Now is the time you want to look np your HEATERS. Call and see'our full line of SPECIAL OAKS From to HAR Successors to G. L. Yrooman Phone 75 I Quality, Patterns and Price :.-W ____ All These You Want to Consider when You Select YOUR NEW FALL SUIT We have tho teams and we're here to do the busi- ness and will get you a quality equal to any you bought when you paid FIFTEEN. The patterns to select from at these prices are varied to suit' a hundred or more fancies. Handsome Suits at and Rich Browns, Greys, Popular Green Shades, also Blues and Blacks, Conservative and extreme styles, modelled and built to fit men of every dimension stout, slim and regular build of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. tnd W. G. Hote, PHONE 180 MEN'S HATS FROM TO Soft Blacks Hard Hats in Blacks, Browns, Greys, all .shapes and to So Fall Underwear for Men, a Suit to In all weights and sizes, fleece lined, ribbed wool, natural wool. We handle nothing but tho best makes, Wolscy, Stan field, Penmans, etc. Men's All-wool Sweaters in Blacks and Blues 1 Men's All-wool Sweaters with roll collars i S2 and SHOES SHOES We have stocked heavy for Fall in the Shoe line the Geo. A. Slater Shoe, for which we are sole agents in Lethbridge. Prices..... to Our ?2 and 13 Shoes for Fall are winners. Every pair guaranteed solid leather throughout JMcKELVIE fe McGUIRE SELL EVERYTHING MEN WEAR PHONE 154 w j ;