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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL Up to Date. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION BUY NormalShells and The Store of Quality wV M? W 41 Daily Herald THE PLACt Vften la iitfehrMiu Is tie flILUS HDTlt ret them at Demonstration of RIDGEWAY'S TEAS AH this Week IB! j b t.H a 2 jM r Ijil PHONE 21 if "il Ifii p 5. PO fill b. -DIlSSBLlfi fit bu. i 1 i i first iSSiBS GPacsry Stare In City 2. g si A full line of High-Class Groceries, Fresh Fruits, etc. Just airived. can supply your wants. v THE GO OD CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS The Foot Toggery ..For'. High-class Boots, Shoes and Hosiery j TWENTY ONE BINDERS i OR SINGLE FARM COULEE FLOURISHING-J! A YOUNG MAN MIETS j! WITH ACCIDENT S ff f Office Supplies Board Files Binding Cases Letter Filing Cases Blank Books Counter Check Books Wallpaper 20 per cent, cff Popular Music Five pieces for Misers BOOKSTORE Phohi 251 New Whitney Block I iiBath :i Room Supplies Of all kinds soaps, sponges, brushes, sprays, toilet .all priced very low. "We can furnish whatever your bathroom may lack in the way of. bath and toilet nequisites We carry a large stock of this well-kno-wn Hair Tonic ancTDandrnff Cure TEere are two sizes 50c and SI .00 At J. D.HipbQtliainSCo.Ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk, Also 'Branch in North Ward THE WEATHER. Lethbridge.. fair 62 .00 Fair and cool Wednesday. Station erv. or a little higher temperature. i (Special to the Herald) Coulee, Sept. j while at' work drawing casing on a ;wel! on Steve Dudley's farm Tuesday Sept. 7, was accidentally hit iby an iron.rod and received a severe igash in his forehead. Although he i was not unconscious he was in a very ibad condition. Will Sic Cully, whom was assisting, came to his assist- ian'ce and bandaged up his head. The A BARGAIN -Jl Lots and Four-roomed House in Duff Addition. Will si-; 1 liuuiituj-e. etc.. house. Two Choice Residence Lots in Riverview 840000 each abo five Lots oil Sal'mon Street. terms. STAFFORD BLOCK f IV PHONE 297 4 ii Jlterta Drag and Book Co.. Prescription Specialists ij 1. B, HIPLEY, tETBBHiaH i 1 CITY AND DISTRICT R. J. Chiswick took out a permit 'this morning for the erection of a frame dwelling on Bartlett St. The estimated cost is Mrs. W. P. J. Alexander, West- minster Boad, will receive Friday, Sept. 17, and afterwards on the fourth Friday of each month. A. E. Humphries of the local immi- gration office, left yesterday for Win- nipeg, Toronto and Ottawa on de- partmental business. There were three "tin horns" who received the tip from the Mounted Police yesterday that it would be to their advantage to leave town. The j request, was complied with. Duncan Madeod. the' youngest son of Mr. and UTS. Malcolm Macleod, of No. 3, died 'yesterday, aged two i months. The funeral will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) at two p. m.. Rev. A. M. Gordon officiating-. Sergeant Egan of the and Sergeant' Silliker of the city police force, were summoned to Clareshomv to give evidence against Charles Fuller there tomorrow at the .district assizes. Fuller was run out i of town here in May this year and I was arrested''by the Mounted Police i I not long ago in Claresholm on a i charge of vagrancy for which he re- Mr and Mrs "S. C. Witwer are at I ceived] a. sentence of two months'. un- DWsbuiy where Mr. Witwer has. a Prisonment. Fuller appealed to a I higher court and the case comes up ranch. I. W. S.- Lofthouse will erect a frame j tomorrow. dwelling on Wilson' street in tie An important business deal was North Ward at a cost of ?800. I. carried thls when I'Willie Fryer was the lucky Alexander of the Peoples of last week's guessing' contest at the Store, North Ward, bought out Itore. Who is next Ith6 of stock of the Emma Runfluist, of DeU Sap- jstore of -1- D. Higinbotham Co. in ids, South Dakota, has -arrived in latter the Citv to take a course at the G-ar- attend to in thetr store butt Business College. iGU Round to pay proper atten- jtion to a branch, hence this decision The electric light department yes- tt _. on their part. Mr. Alexander has terday installed on extra transiormer 7T j _L -T. t 'been giving the people of the Isorth on Westminster Koad, just south of 6 fa i ward splendid service and excellent street, which has verv cons id-; r i satisfaction and eont.mue this lv improved the current supplied i j i _, ipohcv. The only drug store now m to merchants and residents in this -_ _ sthe Ward is the Peoples Drug i section. Lately the light has been; i extremelv. noor fisneciallv on Satur- i _ i JKJ- Parsons and wne arrived Sun- dav in Lethbridge from Newfound- .ft is rumored ironi an authentic !soui-ce 'that the building formerly oc- j gash was about three inches long and iwas cut clear to the b'one. It ileft him weak but he is rapidly im- EckeLa, of stayed TELEPHONE 294 Office, Soom 8 ?5acdonald Block CLEVER JUGGLERS PRETTY SOUBRETTE The vaudeville at the Eureka this week commences with a club jug- -line act, which is different frJio, and Business Westminster Road South of Duke Street [Coulee on. his-n-ew property as soon! jas it is-vacated. The two sons of R. Walters left i -ibove thp average in many iespt'cts. {over at Spring Coulee fcrf. are on her way to Lards.on. skill j Dell- Shoemaker has sold his -ranch j thcge is the J near. Spring Coulee to Steve j work four in the I and will leave in about two months i j of sajne one to the other of jfor his old home in Mattnau, Utah. r The names of the i Dudley will duo La Selle and Ltod. Bidette is tiie nanie of _ the st-unninc little soubrette who by her i-catchy songs and graceful dancing j last week.for Ortonville, Minn., where j lierS2if a leading feature of the i they will attend school. j Eureka program'.last' night. Her Chas. Kelly went to Raymond Tues gong in which she sang to individuals in the audience, made a hit-mostly in one place. She is a graceful a.nd chaining dancer and- she (introduced very pretty variations -of the art. The motion pictures were all along the comedy and. colored fantastic lin- chief among the comedy- series being u reel called "On the Water Wagon NoXv." Some fantastic work done witli eggs in another series. Fire Insurance. ;day in reg-ard to hiring some Japs Acadia; Building. Phorffe 200. CITY AND DISTRICT Harvest has been on "for some time jhere: There are 21. binders at work !on the Thompson ranch.x 1 Mrs. Clara Thompson's fifteen hun- dollar horse died last Sunday. Preparations are being made for I the new steel across -the cou- jlee afthis place. l The bridge will be- across, and not 'have a turn 'in it as the old one has. Mr.: Kellog from" the Central States .is up here looking over his land at Kimball. lliss Kae left yesterday for JTJtah. I IVIr. Jensen, of Magrath, was here n. business yesterday. Six land men from Illinois arrived Dudley is showing around. L. L. Jones and Mrs. Jones, of j Stavely, brought their twelve-year- l old son Lorenzo to the Gait hospital SCAVENGING TENDERS'will be received by the undersigned-, up till the 18th .day of September, 1909, for MGHT SOIL SCAVENGING. Tenderers to state a fixed sum for the cleaning of, the whole tinder agreement at a rate .per..vmonth, 'tenderers to supply teams, and-wagons. GEO; W. ROBINSON, 228-5 Are You Going to Buy a Range? The ROYAL JEWEL RANGE has a large iSin. .'x21-lin: Oven, with Tlier- momete-r. a- large copper Reservoir aud a high Closet. For Ten Days we will sell this .Beautiful Range for We Guarantee Every Range. We ship out of town daily. Wellington Bros, have the contract ___ for the interior painting of the Cait- Secretary-Treasuref. adian Bank of Commerce. William long a familiar fig- ure in the police court, made another appearance this morning. It was a couple of when Curne was allowed out with a warning but it didn'.t seem to a very vivid impression. The charge of disorderly conduct and abusing his wife, iwho is sick at home, was preferred Tjy his neighbors. Drink was the cause of Currie's disturbance. He WAS re- manded for 24 hours'and it is safe to say that no clemency will be, shown FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. WITHIN SIGHT OF THE CITY N; E. X Sec. 26, Tp. 8, Rge. N. W. X Sec. 25, Tp. 8, Rge. 22- an To Stafford Ranch, suitable for dairy on Sunday. He is suffering from ap- I this time. George Egelson, charged j pendicjtis and was operated upon yes- j with, assault on William Qtt, was jterday.. [-fined So and costs. For a first-class job in AND or or THE CITY Phone 500 'cupied by the branch of the -T. B. i I-Tiginbotham Co. in the North Ward will be fitted' up for a bank to be Clothes call at i occupied about October 1st.' S Miss B. H. Fcrencc of the DYE WORKS i Hotel. Bellevue, left Sunday evening Ifor Lethbridge. She was presented __________ j with a. handsome watch and chain. j accompanied by a letter expressing i the good wishes of the donors. Later ishe was escorted to. the train by land. Mr. Parsons has had twelve years' experience the 'dry'goods business. He intends remaining in the city and will occupy the flat over W. H. Parsons' grocery, Westminster Road, North It is quite pos- sible that Mr. Parsons will build at once and open up a dry goods and gent's furnishing store in the North 4 Cottages in. North Ward, all rented, S500.00 handles 4 CoUages in North Ward, alkreiited, handles .-1, Oottase. London Eoad, rented, Sl.OOO down, balance to suit: THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge The H. Maebefch Agency I A Fine Quarter of Irrigated Land, close to Leth bridge, per acre. Very easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH DID IT OCCUR TO YOU That perhaps you are making a take by not getting our prices before, i buying lumber, sash, doors, lime, ce- j ment, plaster etc., somewhere else? You are old enough to know there's a mighty lot of difference in the qual- ity of every one of articles., just i the same as there is in lea .ind cof-! fee. And that there's alw.-n-s more or: less difference in the prices, too. j Then, as vou can always get the I most and best here, at the lowest j prices, why aren't you making a mis- take by not buying here. From -where we sit, it looks like you were passing up a good thing. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld The Remedy for Rlieumatism- t: t fiiectropeci They are worn in the shoes. After 25 days7 tiial they are returnable and money refunded if purchaser is not satisfied Gun Damascus Or Twist Barrels Every gun guaran- t e e dl Government These gyns are hard-hitters, re- liable, and beauti- fully finished. The best gun valves In the West to Southern lerta Loan Investment Co. GEORGE J. BRYAN v Gen. Manage? Thompson Block, Calgary Bryan Block, Lethbridge All Property Listed at Both Offices Best Building Lots on Crabb St. London Ed. S3SO.OO each Two Lots in F.iverview. the pair Several good buys in Acreage Property Offices To Rent in Bryan Block Loans Insurance Real Estate Lots one block east of new Stand Pipe, J 1-3 cash, balance six and twelve months. ______________ A I Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block I PHONE 290 J 2[ J. J. Johnston Stafford-Agnew Cm Cr.emist and i _ If you live out of town, write We have-a tine selection 6 Holes. Steel Ranges, and High Closets Square Extended v 2 Hole Stoves J Homesteader's Square Cook Stove HAYR BROS. Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 ALFALFA three miles from Station good well and house on property 80 acres under cultivation 25. acres in alfalfa, two crops cut this season V already. per acre- Freeman, Maeleod and'Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O.Box 679 SNAP: ACRE LOTS, WESTMINSTER ROAD NORTH; EACH; TERMS. Realty Go, s to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telephone 122 ;