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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald 1HK PLACE TO AY Selecting idle are quite alike. The may not be best, but when you find these qualities to- gether These you will find together in THE SASK-ALTA The la.test production in the stove world. Call and see for yourself, it is only pleasure for TJS to show you it and all the good poiuts. THE HICK Hardware Co. We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O.Box Laj4 Shipment of Crab Apples Oi Wednesday better or more reliable PUoe your now (or Preserving. thoroughly reliable >r teuaciouft troublesome We have a few of and Peachea left at PHONE CITY AND DlSTOa corroborate meni. are h that some cattle running at large hac destroyed his garden. The police im pounded the animals, and will en deavor to get the owners soaked fo damages to property, as well as fo the fee to get the cattle out. Miss Emilie C. Waste, who arrive in the city at the end of last week, i a graduate in voice and piano of ih Knox Conservatory of Music, Gales burg, Illinois, and its in the mean time residing with Mrs. E. Blue, cast of Barracks. Miss Waste intends to fonn classes in both voice and piano, and will be glad to hear from any who would like to take lessons from her. She comes to this city with the highest recommendations, and it is hoped that circumstances will it convenic-nt for her to stav. Tuesday stationary or slightly higher temperature. .F-.W.Galbrftith, editor of the Red Deer Advocate, and brother of Dr. Galbraith, of this city, met with a serious accident bii Friday at Nelson, B.C.y and narrowly escaped being kilted, in "hurrying off the boat to get- something he had forgotten at the hotel Mr. Galbraith missed the steps at the wharf, aiul fell. No one aoticetT him until he was found by the police wandering in the C.P.R yard in a dazed condition. -He taken to the Hospital. Latest re- ports received by Dr. Galbraith say that he is progressing very favorably as'a No matter what.'his I prevent "the their-hay. inotive; carried with it the ahd the flying em- iiigaitinf.'AseumptiQii that, the benC Two wagons were burned :which of thtj a hireling or a m the grain hauling. paltroonV ami when he made his nevr Mr. Nelson is a very industrious, change .agaiiist Myself of though in good to Dr. Pringle, his word was notcri- circumstances .he feels keenly the ouslr fake to known and published l5ss o'f his entire wheat crop. :The -facts: Surely tins man should now of those who --.know' him be returned to the pro? ag'the, quiet, steady, honest and in- viuce; Premiership of which he dustrioua man that fie is, was well in Ontario may vaiced -by Mr. Thos. Woblford, presi be sometimes of" the local branch .of the upt, but we know nothing so stupid- A. F. A who am sorry for y and coarsely indecent as the Hon. Mn Nelson to the extent of tweuty- R. P. Boblin, who everywhere boasts five .of my best of being "the first Minister of Mani- GOOD BUYS-Lott at tkc Bartleit Stretfc corner of Termt ALBERT E. IVES tm 2, Nw Mel DISTRICT COURT OPENED TODAY can Mr. Ellsworth Shipley 'also had serious fire recently. Hia outbuildings were a in the village of .Beaz'er.' Small boy and. matches said to be the cause. An example of.; CLASS II QF be made ELLISON MflXING CO. LTD. J This has been acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be sure and ask your dealer for ELLISON FLOUR And see we are then your trade Dealers! See that you are getting the Flour your Customers r- are asking for i RAYMOND AND of the best best be learned by-trying any ofj our tine cakes. Our Bread is made of the finest a baker who to bake. WE Supply YOU WITH. Pressed J. PENNYQU1CK DEAD. Fernie, B.C., Sept. Penny- cuick, formerly chief ol police in thi? city, and lately working for the Nest Pass Coal Company at Carbona do, died in the Cranbrook hospital yesterday of pneumonia. Before coming to Fernie he served for many years on the R.N.W.M.P. force, and vrns con.sidrred a most efficient offi- ct-r. He was an Englishman, and about 45 years of age. -The first case on the docket at ie opening session of the District this: morning before his lonor Judge Winter was that gainst Edress