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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe UthbrWge THB PLACE TO STAY tofc Selecting a wife are quite alike. haiMkooMftt not be ike bat when yoa bad lifeae to- AwM Tbeae you will 6nd together in THE SASK-AITA Tbe latest prod action in the stove world. Call aud tee for yourself. If is only pleasure for us to show you it and all the goo4! poiuts. THE HICK t Hardware Co. We Phone 82 for Cash P.O. Box 670 JMW that it .to fet .us her for Pickling Season HUMMT Cerkt and Recm end Battling Wax Turmeric, Bay Seed, Muetard Clevec.v whele and Pickling Spice Whelt and ground WhHe, black and red Cinnamon, Curry Pewder .Mace; Nutmegs Allspice, Cassia, etc., etc. w NEW BOOKS THE FIRING LINE Chambers THE LURE OF THE MASK MacGrath. THE SQUAW MAN Royle. HALFWAY HOUSE Maurice Hewlett. And Many Oth'ecs. 8001 STORE lit to lest if bin Ink CITY AND DISTRICT E. U. Rylamis Taber toduy. Mi-s. Chauipness will uot ubtil October. Another new change of programme at the Bijou tonight. The Store of Qttftir PICKLING SEASON ROT on. We bare a foil, of Ptn Spicea on Hand. AJao Pore While Wine and Malt Vinegar at our PHONE 21 Hat to Louk Do You Ever THE WEATHER Jvduiontou, fair Calgary, clear 84 44 Lethbridgo, clear 91 53 Medicine Hat, fair 90 54 Winnipeg, clear 80 55 and warm. B. U. Uoyt wtnt to Calgary on Saturday. Mrs- Leslie Philips is visiting friends at Calgary aud'. Banff. Two disorderly uicii. were and this morning. W. 0. Ives returned oii Saturday from his trii? to the Coast. Ives did not return.with him. Knox Church .Ladies Aid! will hold their annual Thanksgiving Sale onj Saturday, October 17. El A. Cunningham left this morn- ing oil a business trip to. some of the big mountain Harold Underwood left this Tlw local Socialists heU a on Suaday. Oae hundred dollars to the t-aiupaiffB Florence Prouae tor Snaiiay fekool class at a at Bjvwr Bottom on Saturday afteraooa. Be get the bonnftt of P. graat sule noulk. Olfi _ooda at leas cost. Watta tomorrow's advertiMuaaafc. Jas. Addiaoa will arrive from CaJ- far7 tosaorrow to go into partner- ship with aon here at the undsr- taking I The firm's WiM he caaagad to Addisoa 4 Son. J. W. Davis of and Mrt. of HunUviile, Utah, were un- ited in marriage by Rev. A. If., Gbr- thia avormittg. Mr. DavU owns a between Iluymond aad Ma- grath- forced to vacate his store by Oct. J.st. He is heaving a cleariag sale of I. M. Bank's stock this month. Both new and old goods go. at copaiderably less than cost. 'Hie-charter for the new local union of 'musicians arrived in the city-to- day and -te a hnmlscnte piece of workmanship. _ The new branch- will known as A. F. oMT. ol Uan. As the chartw will.remain open for thirty days, it that tho.sc who hava not already- done so, will avail thettii- selves -to join as charter it pays. For If JOVUP oof ee doesn't quite suit try Over three- hundred tickets were handed out to the waiting crowd at the land office this morning. Eigh- teen hundred and fifty have applied for admission to date. Watson of ifagrath, sjrho been under the doctor's care for some time, came up-to the hospital here for treatment. He was remov- ed frouii the Dallas by the ambulance this morning. J. S. Jones, accountant of the WHITE HOUSE C4MCFEE Many people blare the cook for bad it .iui't the poor womau's fautt, at all; but-because the coflde itself isn't up to Ute mark. .You cannot expect the rich flavor aud exquisite' bouquet of "White House" unless it really House." See! Boasted and packed in I, 2 and 3 Ib. air-light tin grounc or pulveriied, by NDWINNELL-WRIGHT CCX BOSTON AND CHICAGO RETAIL GROCERS SUPPLIED BY THE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO SNEAK AT TAKE Sept. 11.- day, night Last, Jot M) tune iton Violet Cream is a soft, sweet, dainty ap- plication for beautifying the skin. Not the greasy, sticky kind, but rubs in withoiit leaving a trace. Cleverly perfumed and de- lightful to use. Cures skin troubles, chaps, tan, freckles, rough skin, etc. Price 25c Hiberte Book Co, Prescription Specialists I, B, 51PLEY, Hgp. IETHBRIOGE L. T. Mewburn, of Calgary, is in town, the guest pi his brother, Dr. Mewbum. The cases-against Joe Bailey were adjourned until this ev- ening. Thos.-iforris jaaid and costs costs Saturday for duct Friday night. Wm. .Houk .who -has just finished "30 days" tried the old d. and d. and paid on Saturday rather than, work hard again. Ed. Chapman, who was seriously injured at the mines ten days ago, is improving as rapidly as can be expected. Mrs. j. R. Anderson will receive tomorrow afternoon and afterwards on the third Tuesday of the month. Chief License Inspector Deyl, of Edmonton, and Inspector Hotchkiss, of Claresholm, were in the city on Saturday and Sunday. There is talk or organizing a Hon- tana State Baseball League to take in Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Bbze- man. Livingston, Billings, Lewiston, and Great Falls. A meeting of Magrath supporters will be held in the Balmoral sample room, Wednesday evening, Sept. 16, for the purpose of forming a Ma- grath Club. M-3-4 The date of the Nelson Fair- has been changed. Accordingly the ex- cursion under the auspices of the Arrow Lake Orchards will leave Leth Bank of Montreal at Raymond and 31. Harris, teller at'thfe branch of the same bank, spent the week fend the guests of Mr. Marshall, at ing to spend a short holiday at the Medicine Hat. Waterton Lakes. Come Ottt and view some tfae Old Cbuhtrj-'s scenes tonight at the Bijou. Also see the scene entitled Mr. Thompson's This will certainly cause "the most sober mind- ed" person to indulge in. a hearty laugh. The ..EonV-Wr H. Gushing came down from. Calgary on Saturday to meet the touring mining The, special with the' engineers on board reached here last evening but the party" stayed only long enoae> engines and proceed to Frank. Don't, forget the Concert and Dra- ma in Oliver's Hall on Sept. 16, in aid of the loeal strikers. The committee are putting fortfc ery effortj to.make it a Don't; forget the date. The hit of the sea-! son in Oliver's Hall Wednesday evening Sept. 16. Mrs. Charles Trotter of. Standoff, came to the hospital here a week ago to undergo an. operation. How- ever she did .not recover and died yes- day. The' remains were sent to Macleod on the local .and were ac- companied by her husband and a num ber of friends. .Mrs. Trotter was 47 years of age. On Saturday the funeral of Stew- art Wallace, the four year old son of Frank A. Wallace, took place from the residence of his grandfather, J. H. Wallace, Burdett St. Mr. and Jlrs. Wallace with their little daugh- ter and little Stewart have been at Gleichen for some time where Mr. Wallace is at work surveying. Stew- the twentj'-two month old of Mr. and Mrs. W. A: Miller of Cardston, died at the The little chap was-kicked on the head by a horse. f The" parents took the' body home this-morning. A communication has been received from Rev. Dr.' Young of St. .fames' church, Montreal, today, "stating Utat he would' be able to accept the invitation of the Epworth League of Welsye Church to preach anniver- sary serrno'ns'on October 18th. THE FOOT TOGGERY now located m our fine new quar- ters in the old Nikon Ptaser Stand NELSON GOW to Below at Cormtr of Bartlttt tail eacfc ALBERT E.IVES PHONC 1-4T RISEN AGAIN a nency and now an excellent in- vestment. Can be used as Hall or Apart- ment House- The old Presbyterian Church N. T. MacLeod Co. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Whitney Block After September 35th, Dr. Courtice will occupy his new offices over Mac- Donald's Store, cornrr and Redpath Sts. Hours 3-12 and 1.5. Telephone 255 HOUSES FOfcSALE Hoase Lots, five rooma, .good -Jasy terms HousVini -St eight rooms.. Price I44CO House and in Ward, six rooms, close to school.. Price I'efms Cottage and two lots in North Ward, close to school. Price down, balance in monthly pay- ments. A Snap" L. S. FJpley Room 5 Whitaey Mk. residing; an roug'aji A'Jdi tioii and stole therefrom a sack o flour and a occu pants of the house way" night of the roh'x-iy. On. the following morning Mrs. .I oh son returned and found'the doors o her bouse unlocked and the described articles missing. The constable -was immediately notified A-sensational arrest is likely to be made. at "any moment, es the gvity party-is apprehended. An extra "gang of C.P.R. men is engaged raising and ballasting 'the elevator tracks, and making eonaac' tiqns with the main line, prior to the erection; of the new elevatai "The a weekly paper, pub- lished in Medicine on the 8th? inst. "in commenting on a fishing par ty of Taberites, recently trout in, nine days, aud then' blew, bunch of Taber sports caaght about'the-sport It looka like taking candy from a baby. .and calling it sport', _to catch "three Hun- dred day for nine days. It must have been shovels they fishod with." acknowledge the ab- pve quotation as a quaint little joke j and to prevent argument admit that shovels "may" -have been used tb fish [.with, but, it does really zzem like "taking 'candy from a baby and call- ing it sport-' when we ask the writer how throe hundred -fish can fcetha exact. quotient of twenty-five hundred divided by nine. Four complete- threshing outfits are daily running from early morning until late at night keeping busy as many trains of wagons hauling wheat to our cars and The lucky now-a-days, is-seen, wearing a broad smile all ov- er his face. 1LLJ8ON IBUJNO ELEVATOR CO. LTP. OUR BEST FLOOR For Irtrt id has been- acknowledged to be one of the finett Flours milled in Western Cafcada. Be sure and ask yocr deaJer for ELLISON FLOUR And see you get it. We only ask one trial and we are then sore of yonr trade Dealers! See that yon the Flour your Customers are, asking for _ I LETHBBIDGE, .RAYMOND AND G W. GREEN, Manager MAGRATH GENTLEMEN 'When yon want your Suit Cleaned and Pressed Phone'275 r .r -for a, first-class jobf, _.. MARR JOHNSTON tat H5 GaWs CaU far Defimd WE CAN Supply YOU WITH Pressed bridge two days later than origlnally intended. See advertisement. Dr. Courtice left on the local to- dny on a short holiday. The Dr.'s office will be closed for the rest of the week. Xext week his offices will be Rooms 1 and '2 in the Macdonalrt Block. The many friends of Mr. nnd }Irs. J. L. H. Prince, Smith St., will hear with regret of the death of their daughter, Wilma Vera. who died, on Sunday morning at 12.15, aged five years, two months and twenty days. The news will come as a shock to many who were unaware of the child's illness. The deepest symjiathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Prince in thc-ir sad bereavement. The funer-j will lako place tonight from Knox j ThuT-ch nt S rrclock p.m., and the I remains will he token to Clinton, Mass.. for interment. Mr. and Mrs. i Prince will accompany the body. art was sick only five days. The fu- neral was largely attended and the tloral contributions were beautiful. Rev. A. M, Gordon conducted the sen-ice. The following contributed floral designs: Survey party, 'The Gates Ajnr'; Mrs. A. M. Grace, An- chor; W. n. McLcllancl, Cross; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace, a pillow- containing the name Stewart; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hill, a wreath; Drs. McClure Stewart, a wreath; Mrs. Southard, bunch of sweet peas; Miss- es Stewart and McClure, cross; Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Raloy, a star; Mr. and Mrs. Pencfathcr, a heart; Mr. and Mrs. Addison. an anchor. bereaved family have the sympathy of a large circle of We have the teams and we're here to.-do the bnsi- nesa S Cntnct firl of all kinds promptly attended to Yon will do well to get onr prices before placing yonr orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Htjr W. ti. Hole, PHONE 180 _TWO RARE CHANCES Two violins for sale, valued at -for- ty and fifty dollars-respectively. No reasonable offer refused. Cash want- ed. Box 133, Lethbridge. 232-6 J. ROCHOU will opeii a C A F tf V> ril lr. in connection irith hia Confectionery and Ice J'.in Parlor. Good store. WANTED Apply T. No Humbugging Delays See our Samples and get onr Prices- LuUlbcr C8, Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Mais Yard Norti of Track Redpatl! StWest Crepe Tissue FIRST QUALITY All Standard Colors 15c. 2 for 25c J. J. Johnston Plwripivs Druggist -QUALITY MARRIED on Saturday, September 12, by Rev. A. M. Gordon, Jack McCloy and Knto Nimmons. both of Calgary. TWO LOTS Near the Mill Sonth of the Track Cash For a Few Days Only W.R.DOBBIN LETHBfclDGE, ALTA. 2OO CASES Presenting Pnches HERE TODAY ALL FIRST CLASS FREE STONES MUST BE SOLD BY SATURDAY NIGHT. LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR A FEW CASES. ANOTHER CARLOAD OF ASSORTED FRUIT NEXT WEEK. THE GOOD CO. WTWUSAil H ICTAH ft. Banks' 232-0 WANTED Good second hand safe. Apply Box WANTED Wanted immediately, one first class interior wireman. McKenzie Roy, Redpath St. 232-O LUMBER The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd Have now a large stock of WANTED A girl about 12 years old, to look after two children, to sleep at home. Apply Mrs. Packard, the Arlington Hotel. 232-2 that the'city has ever seen Special Attention to AFTERNOON TEAS Everything served French Style Strictly White Help far fete 4 OPOBK PIANO TUNING A. Hulbcrt, expert piano tuner for the Assinniboia Musisc Co. Medicnie Hat, will be in Lcthbridge on the 16th September insi., and ior a few days thftrenfter. Orders for tuning etc., mar be left with E. T. McGregor, Post Office Block. 231-6 Civic Notice NOTICE is hereby given that the Council intend, by By-law to pro- vide for the closing up of certain por- tions oi a street lying to the florth East of Block S5, which 'said parcel or parcels of land may be described as follows: That is to say, a strip ol I land 34 feet wide diagonally connect- ing Baroness Road and Ford Street as per plans and specifications, "which can be seen at the City Office. G. W. ROBINSON, WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg. Sept. cash grain: Wheat-- No. 1 'Northern'............... 98 No. i Northern............. No. 3 Northern...............931-2 No. 4 Northern 371-2 No. 5 Northern............... 791-2 No. 6 Northern 891-2 Feed 641-2 Feed 2........................ 591-2 Rejected 1 Nor. y21-2 In their Yard and morer is arriving daily. The quality is- the best and prices ara right; Call and be convinced. 225 P.O. In (54 Rejected, 2 NTor. -..........___891-4 Rftjected. 3 Xor. No. 2 White ...................391-2 Ucjeelc-d......................381-2 No. 3 ___......................... No. 4S Feed 42 No. 1 N. W.....................' 118 No. 1 116 Now is the time yon want to look np your HEATERS. Call and see our {ull line of SPECIAL OAKS From to HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Pkone 73 M M f M ;