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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe e TMK PLACC TO STAY fe UIMto i if Selecting a StOVE and a wile are quite alike. The baiidsonjfst may uot be ibe beat, but wHeu you fiad iheae qualities to- gether fc'stftAwfid These you will find together iii THESASK4LTA: The latest production iii- the stove world. Call and see for yourself. It is ouly pleasure for us to show .and all the good points. Hardware Co. We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Box Files Keep your letters and re- ceipts so that you can refer to them easily The Lethbridge File will do it. Sold only at BQHFRTKON'S RDfiK ST08F lit JUT lest of tiBiu Izak J Phoni 251 f Just Received Direct fro in England, a large assortment of Post Card Albums at all prices from 25c to Each Also some beautiful -Cards of the- King; aud Queen, etc., etc. j, DJigiatottamSCfl.ltl Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night. The Store of Quality Just Received New CyrramU Evaporated Apricota and Petcket THIS YEAR'S PACK At cur How to Clothe the ChiWren mother to often! mother, tlba qttwtaNi it solved lor you. If yon wilt go to the clothier of city, town or village and uk to tee bit SANFORD SUITS FQR BOYS c Yoo will fiud what you boy'i mit of the manl jest style made to endure the pranks of 'a. boy, and at a price which will please yon. :f: v Be Smfr i SANFORD 'Sir W. K. SANFORD ONT. MANUFACTURING CO. WINNIPEG, 1TAX. THE FOOT TOGGERY Carries a Complete Stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Boots, Shoes and Hosiery PHONE 21 CO. ti mm i nun Change -if at thr tonight. J. A. Macdonald is at Calgary, on a business trip. The 'Merchants' Bank is now locat- ed on Redpath the Cpaldale Block. Taylor left yesterday two weeks' trip through the tone Park, The Model Bakery removed o the old Merchants Bunk Building n. "Round. St. B. Morton .Jones left yesterday "for "oronto to be away for six weeks. Ir. Jones is to be married this nonth. _ Violet Cream THE WEATHER Edmonton, rain 58 Calgary, cloudy .Winnipeg, clear 83 Medicine Hat, fair 82 flulletiiv From Central Office wimjs, cooler, with local showers. Drs.-DeVobcr and secured rooms- in Campbell have the Macdbnald Block and will occupy them, about Oct. 1st. The Women's >vill hold an open meeting at Wesley Church tonight. Good 'entertainment s is a soft, sveet, dainty ap- plication for beautifying the skin. Not the greasy, sticky kind, but rnbs in without leaving a trace. Cleverly perfumed and de- lightful to use. Cures skin troubles, chaps, tan. freckles, rough skin, etc. II Price 25c (i______________ ;i Iteta Drug Book Co, Prescription Specialists I. B, WPlBf, Mgp. The Argosy His at Sage's. Mr. and ilrs. Sydney Jackson, an- nounce the .engagement of their sister Miss Charlotte SfcKaughton, to Ear- nest Augustus Sharman, the marriage to take place late in October. The last consignment ot TerceuTyn- cry postage- stamps have-tecr, receiv- ed and as soon, as sale of the ordinary i.ssae will be pursveJ. No half cent ones can ob- tained only by c> ?uplft'- ets, which tltc. master ln-.s puL up Into packets for conveiv't'uce in selling to and othi'.-s. A stranger who felt that he requir- .ed a bath, and whose appearance led Frus- crV superintendent of the Royal Col- lieries at rJethbridge, paid Coleinan a visit lloflday and returned today; Mr, Fraser will shortly move his family to Win. Milley, who has been away to the Yukon and northern B. C., all summer, returned on Saturday. Mr. Milley times rather slack the. north arid thinks Coleman is good The Pacific- Hotel will ho' reopenad in -a few day9, Mrs. McAlpiue of the Colemati Hotel staff has rented the house and "will an up to date boarding- and rooming houseT The Ladies'Aid of the Institutional Church are advertising a grand inus- ical festival to' be held in the Opera house on the 17th inst. E. Culver, the energetic JJlainnore estate man, is in town today hustling business. Robt. Forbes, representing I 4; j. Gait, Calgary, is; on Coleftian merchants today. ._ Ijeing Coleman's pay. day the stores are ttll doing a big busi- ness, and the town presents a bust- ling appearance. TKo is v Urge again this mouth but the men are quiet and Colemaii's reputation in .this is being lived up to. Thos. Steel is building a couple of small cottages on Second Street near the Union Hospital. Mr. Kobinson who has taken a sitioH with the 11 Meat Market "at his family to that town on Friday last. store building under couite of construction on yirst Street owned 1 by Lee Hing, is almost On ,Saturday last a small prairie fico caused some arm. to' .the resi- dents of Colemah. It however ioon burned itself out "assisted by a num- ber of stalwart fire fighters from' that community. HAVE YOU SEEN for LoadotvRotd, torter BtrtUtt Street. .Emty te ALBERT E.IVES PHONE On a new site, and now an excellent in- vestment. Can be used as Hall or Apart- ment The old Presbyterian Church ff, T. Macteod Co. will be provided. At the request of the pastor, Rev Kerby, ladies attending; Cen tral Methodist Church, Calgary, wil remove their hats during "the. service. Dr. Ellis has come from Frank to start a dental practice in this city. His offices are in the Whitney Block in the rooms recently occupied by Dr. Courtice. A meeting oi Magrath supporters will be held in the Balmoral sample room, Wednesday evening, September 16, for'the purpose of forming a Ma- grath- Club. 3-3-4 The South Albe'U: I Co. aru putting- i.jr a their finished lumlier. '1 3 a large stodc o: all Einds of in their All and young men under eighteen years of age living in the Xorth Ward or at Xo. 3 are cordial- ly invited to attend a social evening for boys only at Westminster Church on Friday at 7.30. others to believe so too made him- self at home enough to take posses- sion of one of the bath rooms in a local barber shop yesterday. He wouldn't pay for the bath yesterday but paid for his breakfast and the j bath this morning. At the request of the Magistrate he then left town. The funeral o! Alexander McRae, who died at his residence on the riv- er bottom yesterday, will be held to- morrow afternoon "at 4 o'clock and _wiil'.be in charge of the Oddfellows. Mr. McRae came-from Sault Ste'. Ma- rie and has been failing in health, for some time from consumption. Thft fu neral will ihe undertaking par- lors and proceed to Knox Church where .the service will be held, thence to the old cemetery. Tomorrow we will open our Restaurant Cafe r-: which will stand coni son with 'any Jn t Our rooms, are larger airy, .cool and 'inviting. Our cook.iejn.ot excelled., .Our "most extensive. we feel sure, will in a be oafe of the city. Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McUuire's OldStand T COWLEY Cow Icy, Sept is gsn- j eral in the. neighborhood and .jthe way the 1 Alberta Red runs out of the spout is a wonder td the stranger and a delight to the rancher. The. oueld runs all the way, from 36 to 50 bushels per acre and qual1 ity is .uniformly good; Miss Wallace has been spending a week with her sister, Mrs.. D: R. Mclvor before going out to take charge of .Bare's school. Doc. Sawyer, formerly of Red Deer has rented Mrs. McEwen's town and will reside here lor the winter. ELLISON MJK4JNG A tUVATOH CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR ftf Era, art hstn This has been acknowledged to be one of the fineat Flonrs milled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask youi- dealer for ELLISON And see you get it. Dealers! FLOUR only ask one trial and we are then sure of your trade See that you are getting the Flour your Customers are asking for LETHBRIDGE, BAYMOND AND MAGRATH W. GREEN, Manager Markets i Northern Hamilton to occupy DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Whitney Block After September 15th, Dr. Courtice the offices in the Whitney Block re- cently occupied by Eipley Bros., who have moved to the X. T. Maclepd Co. are taking j offices vacated by Hamilton -Yoiin.4 TJemeniber the benefit concert and in aid of the C.P.Ti. strikers tonight. An excellent programme is i being prepared. Good music will be i provided. Concert and dance at 01- iver's Halll Gentlemen are charged j one dollar, ladies admitted free. j Ixist night the finance committee j met to hear appeals against the lo- cal improvement assessment. TTow- pver not one appeal was heard. This FOURTH HALIFAX FATALITY Halifax, N. S., Sept. fourth death by burning within the last few weeks occurred here Saturday night. The victim was Henrietta Garrowy, a teacher in one of the public schols of'the city. Miss Garroway had been reading to father'who is almost blind and went stairs to change her clothes preparatory to going out. She throw the match she used" to light a lamp or. the fioor. Her mus- lin dreaij took fire and before her father could come to her aid she was so badly burned that she died within a few minutes. encouraging to the council to will occupv his new offices over that -i voice heard against Donald's Store, corner. Round b Redpath Sts. Hours 9.52 and Pressed is no GWs CaU tor ml ;WANTED At' once7 it-good general'blacksmith" or w-heelwright. Apply Rampton A BroWii; Cairdstou, :Alta. 34-6-p WANTED A good railch cow in calf or with calf at foot. Apply T. W. M.> P.O. Box 234-1 WArjTED A girl or middle aged woman to do light housework or plain cooking in small family in country. Apply Mrs. cjo Mrs. Burgess east of Barracks. 34-2 New potatoes.........per cwt. Cabbage..............per lb----- 2% Onions ----...........per lb---- ;4 Cauliflower ............per lb...... 4 Upland ..............per ton---- Blue Joint ton.... ?12 Timothy per'ton Green lb.......4X-5 Dry Flint Skins...per lb.......10-11 Cured Hides .....per. lb....... 5X-6 RENDERED No. 1............................ VA No'. 2 2% DIED At I.fttliErklge on Monday Sept. 19th, 1908, Alexander McRae, of 5OU11 Ctu iMUnir, vmv.. ngtri 9 months. Funeral will leave Ad- dison's parlors Thursday Sept. 17th jtt 4 p.m., thence to Knox church; in- tcrmer.t at old Cemetery. All Odd- fellows earnestly requested to meet at l.odgo Rf-om at 3.30 sharp. Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard North oi Track Office e i; Crepe Tissue FIRST QUALITY All Standard Colors 15c. 2 for 25c J. J. Johnston Drug-gist i TWO LOTS Near the Mills South of the Railway Only W.R.DOBBIN LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Another 150 Cases First- __ PEACHES Arrived this morning Our Gar.of Assorted Fruit will arrive about Friday, Sept. 18. This will be the last car of the season. Leave your orders now and get your season's sup- ply. THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone-It. HORSE Want WHITE HOUSE COITJEE If you want something specially kind of coffw trfat will, make you feel pleased that you bought the kind of coffee that you will take pains to specify by name the next time you are in need. It's packed in I, 2 and 3 lb. airtight tin cans, and always opens up exactly the ._.; TEAMS Anyone wishing to hire', team's "'or get teaming done, apply to The Hayr Transfer Co. 234-2 ENGINEER WANTS POSITION Engineer with papers desires po- sition. Apply Herald Office. 34-6 TO RENT Store and full basement, west half of Whitney Block, Apply' F. L. Whit- ney, Northwest Jobbing Co. office, or Box 377. It tte WifcitifM Satiirday, Sept 19 Pacing Race B in 5 HEATS, Between FUKIAITS CLYDE WILLS .W LMIEK na FOR A SIDE met IT 2 r.i. HUT DWlNELL-WRIGHT COMPANY Principal Coffee Roasters, Boston and Chicago RETAIL GROCERS SUPPLIED BY THE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO. The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have now a large'stock of LUMBER la their Yard Jut Sort Bftte [I lisa ill and more is arriving daily. The quality is the best and prices right. Call and be convinced. 22S P.O. ta 654 Now is the time you want to look np your HEATERS. Oil and aee our full line of SPECIAL OAKS to HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vrooman PKoae 75 t ;