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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PLACC TO IT AY Selecting a STOVE mud are quite alike. The ntiidionjeit may not be the beet, but when you find these qualities to- gether It's IB Awfal These you will find together in THE SASK-ALTA I The latest 'production in the stove worlds Gall and see for yourself. It IB only- pleasure-.for us to show you it arid all the good poiuts. The Store of Qvality THE HICK 4 II ii Hardware Co. I We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box G70 WILLIAMS' JERSEY CREAM TIIIET SOUP With eTery pimthue of 4 of this delightful Toilet Kequisite, we gire one handsome Nickel Soap Box FREE JJJiptottaiSCfl.lti, Recideat Night Extra Special for a few day a only ONTARIO CONCORD GRAPES ?5c Per Basket Winter Suits for the Boys can clothe their more warmly, uiore ueatly, more cheaply, and with clothei tbat will wear longer, by buying SANFORD CLOTHING 21 HUES' mi JflHIIIl t IIHSY 5CUP EOOI kid Otter Ictoter Mipus RQBieWS Bit SW 1st top lest of Mm Ink Phens 25! CITY AND DISTRICT ti Ktsii i WEI Made of British and Canadian Tweeds, Blue Black Surges, Corduroyi and Chinchilla, and ui Norfolk, Sailor and Buster Stylet SANFORD CLOTHING SAVES WORRY THE FOOT TOGGERY PROVIDES EVERYTHING for the FEET W. E. SANFORD HAMILTON, QST. MANUFACTURING CO. WINNIPEG, MAS. J LET LAURIER FINISH HIS WORK (Sir Wilfrid at Niagara Falls.) "Great Britain is composed today of a galaxy of young nations, aiul mnougst these daughter nations Can- af'a, all consent, holds first jank. I do this, as the culnru- uiiou of the last twleve years, can t cj aimed as tht wor.f of the Liberat 1 arty in twelvi yearsr It has -en ilu- work of generation after U.n of Canadians, but I think I cau claim that when the pages of history are uTnfolded to the eyes of. future A. M. Grogan of Calgary is in.the generations It will be regarded that This fact is recognized all the world over. Any per- son on receiving a :i PRESCRIPTION from a doctor has the pri- vilege of taking it to any drug store he or she may prefer. Of our prescrip- tion work we have to say it is continually watched over by a graduate in pharmacy and nothing but high quality drugs and chemicals are uf.ed. Joslin Pirie, representing Golden. West Soap, is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. l.aw of Fer- nie, B.C., are. in the city. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Patton of Coutts are in the city today. The mother of A. H. McKeowa died Iii.'Hamilton. Out., a few days A Magrath Club has been forniecTSt iledicine- Hat with F. 0. Sissous as chairman. Mrs. Duff will receive 011 Friday_..of this week and afterwards ou the first and second Fridays of each month. J. H. Wallace has brought ia two trainloads of cattle from Crane Lake, Sask., the second lot arriving yester- day. G. H. Johnston has accepted the position of manager of the dry goods epartraent for the J. Brown Co., ..Lniited. v Mr. P. Conway of the C.P.R. tele- graph office, left for a ten days' visit o points on the Crow's Nest and Spokane. R.C. and Robt. Eell of Wheatley lear Chatham, Ont., arrived-todaj vith cars of settler's-effects for Lethbridge. Miss Ursula Archer will receive a Miss Hings' residence on Ford St. oa city on business. Remember the semi-weekly ball the Bijou tonight. C.A. Magrath addresses a meeting! at Medicine Hat tonight. F.A. Barkis, of Rogers, N.D., is up looking over the country iu the interests of several parties who .want to secure- large holdings for improve- meat. .lie is being shown the coun- try by the .F. E. Meson Land Co. E.B. of Grassy Lake, who is in charge of the improvements being put in by the Land Co., is n the city. --He reports that the winter wheat there is three inches ligh and an almost perfect stand. Chas. "B. Hall, of Harvey, D., of the F. E. Mason Land CCK, brought in a number of landseekers from Dakota who bought land in the Grassy Lake District. Jos. Richter of Esmond, N.D., bought a half sec-, tio.n. 0. Thorpe, of the office staff of W. A. Henderson, auditor of Winnipeg, arrived in the city this morning to audit the city books. Mr. Henderson who is at present in Movie, B.C., on business, will arrive tomorrow to start the bookkeeping for the water- works and electric departments. Principal Hamilton has received from the Department of Education a {though the generations which have passed laid ihe foundations, the su- preme honor" of crowning the edifice was reserved to the Administration Western Canada! I Agency Limited Have now in stock at their Jfew Oil Warehouse, Bar- oness Koad, three carloads of the celebra ted teji locating Dili jtefi hie Grease Engine Gasoline lega Ughtiif Oils yon for any Bffins, laciooall Hocfc PHONE 172 which you placed in power_m 18W he'maudate of which ypu renewed in .900. and 1904, and which mandate, I believe, yiu, will 'also renew OB soon as the bugles sound the call of duty at the polls." NELSON w GOOD BUYS-Lots tU eoraer of Road an4 Bmrtlett Street, etch. Eaty terms ALBERT E.IVES bn 2, Bin ttafc PHONE .1-4T Third Time He Had With Stealing Taber, Sept. sad case of a boy 11 years of ago (the name o whom is withheld) was on trial laji_ night before justices Aubin and Lay ton, charged with stealing a riding bridle from a neighbor on or about the 8th inst. :'N6twithstauding this being the "boy's third offence of: a milar nature, the justices, cbncurr-; ing took into consideration'..- youth of the boy, the financial dition. of the sad condition of the invalid mo- concluded to give the boy ano- ther chance to-rcform. The. fatherly adVice of Justice Aubin seemed to have a. telling effect on the wayward boy, and with, a promise from him to lead on honest life in the future he was discharged. James S. Bayne, proprietor of th Palace Hotel, began this, morning the veneering with Lethbridge brick the east side and north end of this spa cious building. brick will adorn the south and west fronts The a frame structure q three storeys height and possesses ;n unique arid up-to-date basement. I is steam heated throughout ami when completed it will be a'. monument to its owners and a credit to the Two Sections of Good Land within easy reachfr of Lethbridge. full Particulars to N. T. MacLeod ELLISON MILLING J1 iin PT-C ihnv uif il turninc of or nice, even, perfect cooktnc. PRICE ir. extra, M ;