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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ,w TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLATE TO tTAV> li (to Selecting a STOVE and a wife are'quite alike. The handaouett may not be the beat, but when you find qualities to- gether fc'ftaAwftd ypu will find together iu I THE SASK-AITA The latest production iu the stove world. Call and see for yourself. It is oaly pleasure for us to show you it and all.the good poiuts. THEHIGK Hardware Co. We Sell for Cash P.O. Bos 670 Phone 62- NEW BOOKS THE FIRING LINE Chambers THE LURE OF THE MASK MacGrath. THE SQUAW MAN Royle. HALFWAY HOUSE Maurice Hewlett. And Many Others. DOBEITSflN'S BOOK STORE 1st laof lest of IJBioa Ink Phone 251 Tkc Witr Hoviekecptr IUB found (rotti experience to from her suppiiefi for the all tim and and Bottling Wax Turmeric, Bty Celtry Mustard wholt and ground lljxed Pickling Who ground Ptppor Whitt, black end rod Cinnamon, Curry Powdtr Ginger, Mact, Nutmegs Allspice, Cttsii, etc., etc. Cbcousts Nfcht Cterk CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality PICKLING SEASON la now on. We have a full assortment of Pare Spices on hand. Also Pure White Wine and Malt Vinegar at our PHONE 21 Knowledge b Power! r Find the dealer who bandies the "Progress Brand" label firmly iu you nave the knowledge .of where and what to buy, that is a power to save dollars and bring lasting satisfaction. THE TOGGERY We located in cur fine new quar- ters in the old Nelson Ft aser Stand tiELSON GOW is a soft, sweet, dainty .ap- plication for beautifying the skin. Not the greasy, sticky kind, but rubs in leaving a trace. Cleverly perfumed and de- lightful to use. Cures skin troubles, chaps, tan, freckles, rough skin, etc. Price 25c _________ f i Klberta Drug and BookCo. j Prescription Specialists 18, BIPLEY, Mgr. LETHBRI05E The Western Canada Agency are now located Fa" the Macdouald block, iliss Bruce is in charge .of the new room at Westminster School. W. F. iloellering of Milk Hiver aud Warner was in'-the city yesterday: Work has' coihinenced-ou the exten- sion, of the Slacleod Road, opposite the Iron Works.'" Joe Fong- was found guilty of sell- ing beer without a license and was fined and coats. A drunk and disorderly got The Structural Steel Workers' are- engaged on the twelfth pier at the bridge. A new riveting traveller is being erected. David Kiug has received his stock of improved metal weather strips to exclude dust and smoke from win- flows and doors. G. F. P. Gray's many friends will be glad to learn that he has resum- ed his duties at the Bank of Com- merce. 13 on't fail to read F. KirLham's ad today. Its a wonder in bargaiti bre- vities. He is sacrificing. old and new- goods at less than cost at I. M. Banks Co. store. P. J. De jilarce who has recently opened up a general store at Winni- dred. near Bow was in the city yesterday on a business trip. W. H. Young and iOss Helen yesterday to spend a few- weeks at Mr. Young's surveying camp on the South Fork. Dance tonight! Where? At the Oliver Hall. Dancing from 9.30 un- til Sounder the management of'Ma- dam and Miss jforman. There was quite a long session at the police court last night as the evidence was lengthy. A Bailey got and costs for assault on Eck- burg. Mrs. C. C. Robinson, of Toronto, sister of N. T. Macleod, who has been.staying with Mrs. G. J. Sco'tt at Pincher Creek, returned home on Thursday, the seventeenth. The person that misses tonight's 80 43 i-S 51 THE WEATHER ixluionton, fair Canary, Leihbridge, fair Medicine Hat, clear___... Itegina, clear.................... Wiimipejr, clear Bulletin From Central The weather has continued quite warm throughout produc- and has been for the most part Sold And by McKELVIE 'Prince wish to-express their deep gratitude to their friends and neighbors who extended so kindness and sympathy to them during their cent bereavement. WHAT IS GOING ON AT THE BIJOU Last week was one of the moat sue- siiul "weeks us :for as good views concerned in the history pojv- play house, tlie Almost every person upon gb'tng ojit would make the ''remark: not. "vc good" but "better every elusungfc" atnl the views-this week bid fair-to eclipse those of'last Gonuneiiclnfr w Scene's Scotland, -oi parts of .the old. .world, l night's program finally Cwiridipg-. up Thompson's Thompson leaves a note for his wile, saying do not sit up for me Smith is very sick, gone to see him and vice versa with Mr. Smith they both go oiit.for a lark.' So does Hie policemari but the poUcehiai goes out of the.window and theu the fun cphunehp'es ;witiL. Mr. Thompson and wife. Come aud-, witness thi grand scene tomorrow night it will be.joiie and some othe good one ia afternoon and afterwards ou the third WednewJay ol the month. John Salson, a. young man 20 years of. who has been working on the grading gang across the river, -died at the hospital 'this morning of ty- phoid.- Funeral leaves, the Addison Undertaking Parlors tomorrow at -2 o'clock. The strikers are holding their con- cert and; dance tomorrow evening. Some o f the best local talent will provide the program. The commit- tee are sparing no pains to make the evening a, success. A dance will be given after .the. concert. The fire brigade were called out at 3 o'clock this afternoon to what might have proved a dangerous firg. A car of gasoline caught fire, presuui ably from a spark .from a yard en- gine. The prompt "action of tii9 Sri- gade checked the blaze before it had gained any headway. A small hole was burned in the roof of the car. Had it got beyond control the town would have heard of it. The value X. T. Macledd Co.. are import- ing currants direct from 'Greece, and say that the crop this year is very plentiful and of good" quality. This will bo good news for the cake mak- DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Whitnay Block After September loth, Courtier Socialists of Macleod con.stit- will met't in convention at programme at the Bijou will miss OI" tne chemical is shown by such not only a good entertainment but a hearty laugh. Come and see how they serve policemen. will occupy his office ovf-r Mac.j Symonds of this city will atte Donald's Store, Redpath St.-. Hours 9-12 and corn'-r Round and Te'ephons 255 WE CAN er. The .Macleod on Saturday. ThoiV candi- date will probably J. Harrington of Fernie cr C. Stnnhs of Bc-Hevue. nd meeting. Marie hns left this morning for home at t'outts. hns been spending :t days with her friend Miss B. Vim Of this city. The last night sc-e old Bonnie Scot this. E. J. Hill anri H. J. H. Skeith re- turned from the East last night. The former visited, Toronto, Montreal and other business centres, the latter vi- sited New York, the chief centres of Ontario and his home in Cornwall, Ont. Both took in the Industrial Exhibition in Toronto and are loud in their praises for the Alberta dis- play there. It is the most original and striking on the grounds. All the time great throngs of people surround it and it is the talk of the exhibi- tion. All Tidies invited to C. A. Cook- si fall millinery opening tomor- row. The supply of produce at the City Market is on the increase, both as regards quantity and variety and the demand on Saturday morning made it evident, that the Market is here to stay and to be a material 2OO CASES HERE TODAY ALL FIRST CLASS FREE STONESy- MUST BE SOLD BY SATURDAy -'NIGHT-. LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR A FEW CASES. ANOTHER CARLOAD OF ASSORTED FRUIT NEXT WEEK. THE GOOD GO. WHOLESALE OR RET AIL Phone ft. MADAME NORMAfr Disengaged for "evening engage mehts, vaudeville o dances. Howard House, Crabb St; to Below Mftrkci at the Corner of Loaioa Koa4 each ALBERT E. IVES PHONE AGAIN Oft a new site, and now an excellent in- vestment. Can be used as Hall or Apart- vnent House- The old Presbyterian Church ELLISON MOXWG ELEVATOR CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR fur Bnai aii This has been acknowledged one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON i And gee you get it. FLOUR i' 11 We only ask one trial and we are then sure of yonr trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your Customers asking.for LETHBRIDOE, RAYMOND AND v GTW. Manager MAGKATH BOUNTY ON TIMBER WOLVES RESUMED "recommendation of. th Minister of Agriculture .the: Executiy Council'haye decided to continue th payment of bounty' on Tmber Wolves only, under regulations adopted on the fifth day .of December, 1907: GEO! 32-2 -Deputy Minister of .Agriculture. Robert Sheldon has gone to Eng- land. WANTED Dining'.room Sam Co; 33-0 WANTED Boy about 15 to 18 years of age to learri jewellery business. Apply R. A. Wright. 33-3 SERVANT WANTED .Wanted, a good general servant. who can cook. Mrs. J.A. Knauff, 629 Round St. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 7 roomed house on Courtland St., 1-4 mile from price hal. per month. Ap ply T. E. Patteson.; 33-0 WHITE HOUSE House and TKree Lots, five rooms, location, Easy terms House and Two Lots, Crabb St. eight rooms. Price House arid Acre Lot in North. Ward, six close to school. Price Terms .Cottage and two lots in North Ward, close to school. Price down, balance in monthly pay- ments. A Snap L.S. Rjpley Room 5 Whitney Bft. lumber Co. Ltd. Have ;uow a large stock of LUMBER In their Yard JustSoitlioftliefllisofllill and more is arriving daily. The quality is the best and prices are right. Call and be convinced. DWlNElL-WRJGrtT i land, also the views of Naples at the Bijou, and last but not least of -Mr. Thompson's night out. 'Fun tO suPPliersand old and young. 'chasers. Poultry sold to: Dressed vor WITH Pressed Mo Delays See onr Samples and get onr Prices Lumter Co, Ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard North ol Track Ofice Redpath St.Wes! nt- M.iiviut MTVICC oi Vera Prii.iv. rJaughtor of Mr. ami Mrs. J. T- Ft. hold at Kno.x The strikers at- UMirlrd in o bndy. TVinco is the v.rrc-tary Of Brotherhood of road Trainmen. 80 cents each: Hvo 55 ccnU each: po- tatoes to IJc. per lb.; cabbage to 2c. lb.; egtcs to doz. and ail other linos of produce in tho shape of were cleared out in short order at satisfactory prices. Market hold ovnry Saturday morning nt 9 n. m. V I Crepe Tissue J FIRST QUALITY All Standard Colors 15c. 2 for 25c f J, J. Johnston x? TWO LOTS Near the Mill South of the Track Cash For a Few Days Only W. ft. DOBBIN LETHBRTDGE, ALTA. PREPARED for in ckw- est, best lifkted, best coffee ii the worU, where AUTOMATIC work- mr M PURE AIRaW SUNLIGHT haioles the coffee WITHOUT THE TOUCH OP A HAND the hag of to the sealed caa ia which it reaches It is the priaciaal tahie heverafe of thocsaatfs thovsaads of families who driak H ererr 4ay of the year a ad akasare aa4 soiace ia H. BE SURE AND TRY IT ASK FOR IT BY NAME AT YOUR GROCERY ABig Line of Boys' Clothes CHEAP TOD BETAIL SUPPLIED BY THE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO. GENTLEMEN When you vant your Suit Cleaned and Pressed Phone 275 for a first-class job MARK JOHNSTON Kahiaraj Hatd UM for Little fellows appreciate ttyle and fit as much as the big chaps. That friendly rivalry to outcfo theoitber in the mat- clothes. Hudson's Bay clothing is a happy combination of style and wearing the wearing qualities, r vuGy v4.on v "w'SJir Out cnoujin vie it is just as important for him to have the Hudson's Bay label on hit coat as it is for the man. We are showing a splendid assortment for the boys to chcoae from. All the popular colors aud material in checks, stripes and plain cloths are here in two and three piece suits, with prices to suit any pocket book. From to Hudson's Bay Stores ;