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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tO LOAM rat fuux to srAY lftrafcafi Sfew tt wiM m aa idatof IUM of w stock Check Detroit and ZMO Feed ton and Gauge GlMttt Greece and Oil Cape All kinds of Rubber, As- 'and Spiral Belt DreMing and Lacing Cylinder and Machine Oil In fact, all your requirements THE HICK Hardware Co. We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Russell's Western Pictures In Large and Small Sizes Also PostCards mmi lit few fet if UM Ink 281 Ahat H ptf to 0rt ton tor UK Pickling Season and Butici RMMI and Wax Turnwrtc, fey LMVJS MtMtvtf CUvw, ground Hcktiitf and 'ground White, Hack and Ciimaflnan, Curry mSvwi ftiiMnSJS Albyict, CiMJa, rfc., ttc. Ckfk WSTRKI The Store of Fresh Fruits Vegetables II. M. Parry is down from kelson to stay a weak. Don't alias ahe extra'. special to- uight at the Bijou. Inspector: Howard, who has in.' the city forra ftw days went south 'this morning. of Calgary, after .his business THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 70 4C Calgary, fair ...7................. 76 ".48 Ltthbridg, 84 Bulletin From Central Oflto Fine and warmer weather haa coa tinued throughout the western pro- In many In Manitoba wwf market, CLOTHING the leaiiaf fin oftfebMt WWOVarWi WOvK IO IftWF 6f0uiL UNLESS YOU GET A SOVEREIGN. iANTOED MANUrACTUlING Tomorrow afternoon there w i 11 be z ssrvicc for tcr lour in the Baptiat Cfeurcfe. Bflv. L. J, Fihu, Calgary, will coV duet tfce Scandinavian aymn bobka will and all Scandina- will man and Saskatchewan it baa 'exfremely_warm. and warm Goodyear Red Rubber Every housewife will-tell you that it is not an-easy matter to keep ones hands in good condition and every housekeeper who has ever used (MyevJM Hitter Glim 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. HlbertaDruganitBooliCfl, Prescription Specialists i I, I, limy, Mar. A new. special in connection with the regular program at Bijou tonight. MrslvDufton, of Stratford; Ont., arrived yesterday, bringing with her her'two little the childreu. of A. S. TiUey of fc Tilley.. Bev. J. M. Harrison's subject- at Wesley Church tomorrow morning will be "The One Opportun- ity" and" his evjiihg-s'ibj.Yt Universal Question.'' Geo. Batinerman, Hedley tnan and E. S. Jackson have gone to spend a week at Banff and Lag- gan. C. Martin oi Ont., spending a few days' in Mr. Martin is father of J. W. spector of 'Dominion Land .Agencies Another extra special at the Bijou tonight. The special reel is different from-the special liist night and is a comicalr one ;'from -start to finish. A new department "mill be opened on Monday at Westminster School to relieve the congestion there.' The newly arrived-seats are being placed in the basement where school will be held until the new building is er- ected. William Woolf, son of J. W. Woolf. M.P.P., ;left on -the south train this morning for Salt Lake City. Utah, where he will continue his stu- dies in the Latter Day Saint's Uni- versity. The younger Woolf is qual- ifying for law. The services in the Baptist Church tomorrow will be conducted by the Pastor. Forenoon subject, "Godli- ness and gain" evening subject, ry Magdalene" or "A Woman's de- vptopn." Everybody is 'invited to these services.. A. Blenner-Hnssett and fa- mily arrived last night from. Xi 'anil' on .Sunday. Tonight is the lust night of-the. Vaudeville and Moving- at.Oliver's Hall. night ing their stay they hav.j ed houses. Last night wad larg- est audience they have hao which is evidence of t'icir popu- larity. Tonight as usual there. AVJI! two bhows (S .1. ltd. 9.3C p. m.-) and at each' show there will, two shows (8 p.m. and 9.30 p.m.) and at each show there wiJ'l 1? 3 three vaudeville specialties, three thousand feet of moving pictures and the il- lustrated The price of ad- tmssion, to" see all the above is only 25 cents. -Go .tonight if you are go- as it will be the opportun- ity.: McKENMEY-THOMAS At half past ten'o'clock morn- ing atlhe residence" "Mrs.- C. W- Gray, Round the._niarriafe of Frank Hasty McKenney bridge and Miss _ Margaret Jane Thomas of Wilkesbarre, Pa., -took place, Rev. J. M. Harrison officiating The happy couple leave today lo Banff and the coast and will visi Pennsylvania before feturning to this -city to reside. MILLINERY OPENING I rarv now located in our mwquar. in the old Nikon Ptaser Stand NELSON GOW SHHE BREAEER WAS ARRESTED Constable SiHIker A. J Pyle, a strike brekker last night-for carryiuf concealed fire-arms. Pyle and his wife cime front the States two.nionths ago and he worked for the C, K. in .Calfary befoie here a short'time ago. He laid a complaint yesterday to the effect tlUt he was "foliowed and threatened by the strikers. The complaint waa that he carried concealed fire- arms although in neither case could proof be given, until lart night. Constable Sillikcr 'followed Pyle up- at the Windsor and'later that he had thrown the gun oiifof the window when" the constable was The case'comes up promises to "be.'an in k out on bail. DR. O. J. COURT1CE DENTIST Whitney Block After September 15th, 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 WE CAN Supply YOU WITH Pressed No Humbugging DeUys See our Samples and get our Prices v Inker Ca. Ltl. Phones 23 and J 23 Mai Yard Nirtk Track .-.where they: spent-the sum-: juer. Mrs. Blenner-Hassett was ac- companied by her Brown. who will _ be her time. All the members of the Mission Band are urgently requested to at- tend the regular meeting of the Band at Wesley Church at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. All boys and arc not as yet members or who have not Iwen attending. have a cordial invitation to be present to- morrow morning. The leaders. Miss Harrison jand Mrs. -Jordan desire that as tomorrow is Rally Day with the Band parents should onucovor to have their children turn out, so that the Band may enter upon the fall and winter term with an in numbers and interest. TheFall and Winter Millinery open- ing at the establishment of L. J. McLeay on Thursday of this week was a breat success and words of praise were heard on ail sides. We cannot go into details of the many elegant designs shown by this "firm- In ultra styles the large hat is shown almost exclusively with a few. models of medium and comparatively small hats. The trimmings consist ofJottaman silks, satins, panne jvei- Te'ta" and .ribbons, combined with large wings of the. Pocahontas !tyle .which form the int rre_trirni7iingaftho hat, fenther landeaus of various birds, with, quills and fancy rosette effects. One hat worthy of notice is'the much talked of Directoire, which comes in felt and velvet. These hats are large and graceful in outline. The ladies of Lethbridge showed their interest by attending the excellent opening in large numbers. WANTED Partner with cash. A guar- anteed proposition to a man with tho above amount to invest and go in tho show business with me. C.L. i Cole. Room 5, Balmoral Hotel. 23I-I Crepe Tissue FIRST QUALITY All Standard Colors 15c. 2 for 25c j J. J- Johnston -QUALITY INCREASED SALMON PACK Victoria, B. C., Sept. sal- mon pack of British Columbia this year will total cases as against last year. There was an increase everywhere except Rivers Inlet where there waa a falling off of cases. The biggest pack was made on the Skeena river. The de- mand for sockeyes is good and pric- es satis factory. An over supply of pinks caused a weak market and low prices for that grade.. ONE HALF SECTION BEAUTIFUL LAND All irrigated, fenced and shack, 4 miles from railway station. MdCE 935 PtI EASY TERMS W.R. DOBBIN tbc.large, number I I we reoeired re- garding the oi our Shoe feel justified in giring more at- tention to boots and shoes. We hare just opened- up a big stock of the best Amen- can and Canadian shoes. We are planning some big bar- gai ns. We irint yon. to get acquainted jiiith Hudson's Bay shoes- the first surprise' Men's Box Calf and Vici Blucher stout or light sole, good fitting, well finished in every particular, a very neat shoe. Monday. price fSsA Ladies7 Dongola straight >fitting, all sizes, 2 to 7. This is one of the best ever offered in Xethbridge: A shoe for wear, combining style and finish. Monday price Hudson's Baj Stores ISO to Below U Cormtr of feriUlt i ALBERT E.IVES PHONC ILLiaON MLUNO 11XVATOK. CO. LTD. OljR BEST FLOUR fr art Pistrj This has been acknowledged to be one of the milled in Western Canada. Be snre and asi your dealer for ELLISON And see you get it. FLOUR WHO ARE GRAFTERS? (Edmonton 'Bulletin) A section of the vTory press is mak- ing quite a, story of Mr. Magrath's offer" to contribute the Lethbridge churches if Mr. Simmons ouia prove that he, Magrath, was a grafter. This silly bluff of the'Letrt candidate ..requires word of explanation. In flrat place what Mr. Simmons said waa that'the Tories were charging that the Bobbins Irrigation agreement was a-huge graft, and if it was a graft then. the. Alberta Irrigation Company's agreement must also have been graft, as they "were very similar and that Mr. was Ennd Commissioner of the tion CompanV when-the tatter's'agree made .with the Government This left Mr.- Magrath in rather an awkward' If he accepted the Tory estimate' of Irrigation ;kg- it 'must be rather raseing for himself, and nfrcr having Mr. '-Ames come' jto Lethbruijje he could-hardly do'anything else. result was that he lost his temper and talked foolishly. PIANO TUNING A. Hulbert, expert piano tuner for the, Assinniboia Musisc Co. Medicnie Hat. will be in -Lethbridge on the 16t hi-September inst., and for a iew days thereafter. Orders for tuning may be left with E.VT. McGregor, Post Office Block. 231-6 2OO CASES 9 HERE TODAY ALL FIRST CLAM FREE STONES MUST BE SOLD BY SATURDAY NlQHT. LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR A FEW CASES. ANOTHER CARLOAD OF ASSORTED FRUIT NEXT WEEK.. THE GOOD CO. WWUSALE ttTU It. A.L. P.O. 82 HOUSES FOR. SALE House and Three Lots, five rooms, good location, Easy terms House and Two Lots, Crabb St. modem throughout, eight rooms. Price House and Acre Lot in North Ward, six rooms, close to school. Price "Terms Cottage and two lots in North Ward, close to school. down, balance jn monthly pay- ments. A Snap L. S. Ripley Koom 5 WUUMy Bk. -We only aak one trial and we are then .r Dealers! See that yon .axe getting the Floor your Castomors --C- o. a4? LETHBR1DQE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH V. i GENTLEMEN When yon want your Suit" Cleaned and; Prewed Phone 275 for a firet-class job MARK JOHNSTON CMfcCaUfrraiDefared it Oir i Solitaire Diaaaond hive carefully and are excellent value Special If eatioa Mifht be Made of our V aaa Rmgs We cany nothing but .the best in Wedding Kings, the newest 18k Tiffany style, all sizes R. A. Wright The Jeweler LETHBRIDGE CITY PROPERTY Requires i EX-MANAGER ARRESTED Montreal, Sept. warrant has been for the arrest of K Stc.wart, former manager of So- vereign Bank, on a charge thnt issued false returns to the govern- ment in and April, .1007.'.'1 he charge was laid by George Waison, K. C., of Toronto, in conjunction with Crown Prosecutor Hibbard, of Montreal both acting'for govern- ment. J. ROCHON will open a We the and we're here to do the netst Irajtai I Cntnctlirli of all inda promptly attended to You wiil do well to get onr before placing your elsewhere Itayr Transfer Co. rr Mrf W. C. 1 PHONE 180 H. in connection with hit Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor.. The Cafe will be the best that the city has ever aeen to AFTERNOON TEAS Everything serred French Style Strictly White Help W VI ;