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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe Lethbridge Doily Herald INK ILACt YO iTAY STOP WHAT is THIS? THE HICK Hardware Co. are not cutting, prices, but are gelling the business, be- cause we buy our goods therefore can sell to bur customers at right prices. We carry a full line Hardware, Granite ware, Stoves and Kanges. in We Sell for Cash I Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 PLAYING CARDS, CARD GAMES, CHECKERS, DOMINOES, FORT, CROKtNOLE, And many other games for the long evenings IfitOTSOk'S Ml S103E 1st tar fct ef tain Ink Phont 26! MJT that tooth bnuh hrutles in appeadut. A to the wUe ii tui- A ficient. TKrow that old tooth .brush and get a new cue, The'kind with the stay in bristle-s, The Store of Qvtltty GENTLEMEN J. D. Kgiibrtkii i Cfl.tti Chemists Ntgtxt Cterk CITY AND DISTRia Last Shipment of Crab Apples Oi Wednesday -Place your orders noi Preserriog We have a few crates of Plums and Peaches left at oar PHONE THE WEATHER Last night at the Bijou to see the Edmonton, fair .......10 Send the Children If you can't, come to our store we will treat your children just exactly as we would yourself, and use even- effort to avoid all possible delay. You need not hesitate to send the children here. Let them come. Sleeping Beauty. H. Ostlund, of Stirling, is spending the day in the J. W. WooU, M.P.P., Cardan, was in ths city yesterday. John Ell, the Grassy Lake hotel- keeper, is in the city to-day. E. H. of Winnipeg, a Leth- bridge is in the city. The Macleod band has b: ea reor- ganized -with Walter Shanks as leader. X-. Saucier, of the Inland Revenue Department, Calgary, is ia the city. Don't forget to hear Hon. Frank Oliver at Oliver's Hall Friday night. Pr Conway, of the C.P.K. ;uptown telegraph office, has returned from his holiday trip. Carloads of. pressed brick have ar- rived, and building operations arc- being resumed. E. A. Cunningham has taken out a permit to erect a brick warehoust i Smith St. Matthew Snow, of Winnipeg, the overnment elevator inspector, is in he city. Joseph Bowley, from Concord, New Hampshire, is willing to spar any man over ISO Ibs. 246-2 Tonight at Oliver's Hall Madam Gorman's dance. Admission. Refreshments Miss Bessie Hazrel has returned Tom Calgary, where" she and her father have spent the, past few days. Spanckereu has resigned his position as accountant for the Western Stationery Co. on account of ill-health. The Pacific Coal and Coke Co. an- nounce that they will provide a water Red Deer, clear Calgary, fair fair MaHeod, clear Medicine Hat, clear Saskatoon, fair Reguia, clear 01 Brandon, cloudy ..06 Winnipeg, clear 22 you want yonr tuiU cleaned and prveaed fco to Mark Jokaaton for a first -clata job. We guarantee ail work to be attiafartory MARK JOHNSTON THE FOOT TOGGERY Choosing an Overcoat IVM.YTHINC tor the ttlT NELSON GOW taste mostdetcrinine the.particular style of out and the pattera of the fabric. But there are other ESSENTIALS which taste ftot decide: the CMhion, the fit, the construction and workmanship. For these you must rely upon the maker.' Choose a Sanford Goat ami you .will get satisfaction. Sauford Clothing has always held the leading place in MiMMMM to mm i RUB C. SANFORD HAMILTON, OKT. MANUFACTURING CO LisaiUJ WINNIPEG, MAN. SNAF-Tvo Btrtlttt Street, well WOO. ALBERT E.IVES 65 65 62 54 53 45 38 32 32 30 31 31 38 25 30 31 30 Light scattered faHs of rain and snow "have occurred in Manitoba and the west, and the weather has been moderately cool. Forecast- Manitoba and and colder today and on Friday. Alberta .to-day and on Fri- day. 'or little higher temperature. RI ODER SUCCEEDS HASKELL.L New York, Sept. der, newly elected treasurer of the Democratic National Committee; said that he would on Sun- day 'next appcui bsfvrs the Central Federated Union and answer the charge that he was hostile to union labor, madf" against him by certain delegates_at the meeting of that body yesterday. Mr. Bidder declared that the allegation that he was hostile to union -labor was false, and. that he had'always employed union men. Prescription Specialists I, I, IIFIH, Mif. Dr. Tuller is removing his office from the Ott Block to the DR. COURT1CE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago Now located in Macdonald Block. Cor. Round and Redpath Sta. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 3-12; 1-5. WE CAX Supply YOU Pressed works system and electric lighting plant for Hosmer. Mrs. J. B. Stewart will not receive to-morrow, but on Thursday, the 8th inst., and afterwards on the first Thursday of each month. Patrons of the Bijou please remem- ber we show- you the extra feature film tonight all at the small Wet Sum of 3 Oc and 15c The infant child of Fowler, one of the C.P.R. strikers, died on Mon- day night, and was taken to Macleod this afternoon for burial. In connection new pro- gramme at the Bijou to-night we show the extra special feature film again, entitled "Sleeping Beauty, or Christening of the Princess." James Syras was fined and costs by Magistrate Humphries for being drunk and disorderly. Joseph Bow- ley paid and costs for the same offence in a less aggravated form. Mr. F. 0. Hyde is in Taber today representing the Enterprise Lumber Co., Ltd., at the funeral of the late Mr. John Barton, who had been the company's agent, at Tabt'r for the past three years. The Good Co. have sold six cars uf fruit this season. The last car was disposed of inside of a wt-ek. They received a fresh carload yesterday. It is tha intention of the company to bring into the city several carloads of winter apples. LaM evening at seven o'clock, in Macdonald Block. Don't forget the auction sale oJ household goods one door west dj Palace livery, Ford St., tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. TUBERCULOSIS CONGRESS Great Gathering From All Nations at Washington. Washington, Sept; day: witnessed ..one .of the most nota-1 ever assembled in the Capitol, when medical scientists Te- presen ting, every, civilized' nation "unit- ed :.with their brothers in America ia an effort to solve-the problem of .how best to cope with tuberculosis. The occasion was the official- opening :pf the sixth, international congress on tuberculosis. The great autitorium of the .new National Museum was filled with men who have consecrated their best moments to the study of tuberculosis, representatives of the sovereigns of foreign countries, high officials of the governments of empires. The keynote of every ut- terance reflected-the hope that the day is not far distant when medical science shall triumph over the_ great scourge. OURCAROF Fruit HASTARRIVED and it certainly is fine fruit. _ forget that this is the last car oi. Preserving Fruit for this "season, and it is gor ing fast. 'So if yoifXtantiany you know what you will have to do. _--. Ontario Grapes quantities. in any THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RHAiL Phone 98 THE AIR. Wilbur Wright cctcful- Flights. Leiuuns, Sept. Wright. the aroeplaniat, made three mcceM- ful 'flights last evening. On the. fiwt (light he was unaccompanied, and re- mained in the air for 1 hour 7 min- utes 11 4-5 seconds, covering a dift- tance of about 30 milea.'; On. the see-1 ond_flight he was accompanied by] the aeroplanist Tissandiere, and hej succeeded in. beating the record for night with a passenger by remaining up 11 minutes 35 2-5" seconds. previous flight-with a passenger was riade on Friday .last, when he re- gained in the air 9 minutes 9 1-3 seconds, at a height of 50 -feet. BIG SALE OF LAND.' Eegina, Sask., Sept. big- land auction sale ever in Western. Canada is to take place here during, the week of October 12th to 17th, when the Saskatchewan and Western Land Co.. will bring acres of-Saskatchewan farm landa under .the hammer, being ex- pended in advertising 'the ales in the States of Iowa, _Wis- consin, Kansas, Indians; Ohio, and Michigan. It is- dur- ing the -sale week Jrom; 3JOOO to landseekers-_will Regina" from United l _ ITALIAN TO HANG Montreal, Sept. the Court of King's Bench today the Italian, Vitto McColo, was found guilty of murder 1 in'the first degree. He- -killed' An- (tonio Lucca, his comrade, on 'the 21st of February, during, a row" over cards. His sentence is to be hanged on the same-day as "Crooked Necfc" Smith, November 27th. SENTENCED AT REGINA Eegina, Sask., Sept. sen- tences were handed out, in court this Two housebreakers' receiv- ed six months each and a lad con- victed or indecent assault, was giv- en a similar sentence. Robt. McLel- lan, aged IS, three times in less than four years, was sentenced to six months at Prince Albert for assault. The judge said but for the age of the prisoner, he would be jus- tified in giving him a flogging. Two Russians namedJtfaltke and Jostchen convicted of "housebreakingr were given sbc months each because it was their first offense. SHOOTING GALLERY FATALITY. Kenora, Ont.. Sept. Beaudro died last night at St. Jo- seph's hospital from injuries received in a shooting accident at the Arcadi shooting gallery on Friday. Peter McGinnis, who hfld the rifle at the parlor of the Cosmopolitan feels his position keenly. the home of the bride's parents, the j will be held to-night. marriage took place of Harry Alton _ MavoPty, a popular member of the! Hvrald staff, and Elizabeth Emelia! A i HazelwoocTs ICE CREAM is made of -pure sweet cream. All the elements in its composition are in the right proportions. It is the best there is. The number who ronize onr Cafe is' i ing rapidly. pat- Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT All HOURS T LIBERAL CANDIDATE. Dalhousie, Sept. Reid, M.IJ. for Restigouche, was today nomi- nated bv the Liberals. TO RENT. Furuished cottage to rent for the month of October. Apply Box AI 5M7-0 WANTED. Virst-class bricklayers, at once. Ap- ply Smith Bros, and Wilson. 1M7.-6 WANTED. At once, upstairs girl. Balmoral Hotel, City. Apply Annie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Niedig. Rev. J. Ttf. Harrison, MARRIED. At T.t-thbridge, on 29, by Rev. J. M. Harrison, Alton Mavtety Elizabeth I rrf church, officiated. Only j Ermrlia Annie Niedig. daughter of [I the immediate relatives wore presrnt. j Andrew Xu-disr, both of Lethbridgf. No Delays See our Samples and get our Prices ll Umtter Co. Ltd, Phones 23_and 123 Main Yard North of Track (Mice Redpath StWest Try a Box of Ganong's __ Chocolates J 1 lb. and Ib. Boxes t I- J- Johnston x Psearripivn Druggist J -QUALITY ii Acre Lots Two blocks from Elevator, on water mam Only HALF CASH W.R. DOBBIN LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. WANTED. Bookkeeper wanted, with experience in double entry and taking off trial balance. Apply A. Macdonald and Co. This statement, merely from our- and without corroboration, l might sf-em sweeping and j extravagant, but when the state-j mont is substantiated by our ers you can put it as the unvarnished truth. Thrre are no j hfttor ?Vinn I yon get when you buy here. over, yon may pay more for inferior Candies, but the highest prices can- not buy better. It will you in dollar.- and satisfaction to with Rochon's Candy Kitchen and ice Cream Parlor LMBER HOW MUCH IS THERE IN IT FOR YOU? Buy your Lvakcr frooi tke South Alberta LwnWr Co. Ltd, and save 15 to 20 per cent on .the cost of your Hotise, Barn or Granary RHONE 1-4T ELLISON MLUNG ILtVATOH CO. LTD. OUR BEST FLOUR Ar itf tab] This has acknowledged to be one of the finest Flours milled in Western Canada. Be sure aud ask your dealer for -ELLISON FLOUR And eee yon get it. Weoaly ask one trial are then sure of yctsr trade Dealeft> See that yon are getting the Flour your Customers s are asking for LETHBB1DGE, 'RAYMOND AUD W. GBEEN, Manager MAGKATH buy about acres of land in of not leu than a section. The land must be lair'tillable and free from fttone, alkali or gumbo. Tracts of five sections in a body wiH be. preferred; terms must be especially easy, because' I intend to improve the.land next year. I know what" good land and .am .thoroughly posted what it is worth. Those whose land will not _come up I. want may as well save their _i j. _ stamps; others can -address No. James Ayenue South, Minneapolis, spection of buxls offered wUl be made in November. A BUYER. Wiatt bit of kn Sartor HOUSEHOLE) FURNITURE Frank ias been instructed by G! E. HEMEL- K. Esq., to .remove to his rooms 410 Round St., andjiell by private sale, a quantity'of superior including Solid. English Oak JBedropm Suites; Oak Chairs, Oak.'Hall Stand, Mahogany Mahogany'- Occasional Chairs; Draw- ing-ropni, high-class .Carpets, Stair Oak Easy Chairs, Springs, Mattresaes, etc. ROOMS OPEN FOR SALE FROM. TILL I.- _ _ opportunifj. for anyone wishing to secure really- highclass goods. KEEP IN NOND THAT Ron, frank Qiiwr WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS OF LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT In Oliver's Hall, Lethbridge ON Friday Evening HON. C. SIFTON TALKS. Man., Sept. large and representative gathering of the electors of Brandon constituency as- last night to hear Hon; Clifford Sifton give an account of his stewardship. no Opposition speaker appeared on the platform was a disappointment to some. Sif- ton was received with enthusiasm. He said he was here to give a short review of the administration of af- fairs, which required no defence or apology. The prosperity of the west as experienced by the individual farmer, was sufficient evidence of that. 1 1 iv juuiii h AlkArf ii niisvi tu Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner Westminster Ford JlStSMttBttfcEllBNill PW22S r.0.taC54 The perfect remlta of carefnl culinary f-fforls, the true de- lighta of fine cookipg Are known only to users of es Remember that there if no Substitute for ibis range. It has no equal. There can be none just as good until perfection meett its match. CALL AND SEE THEM HAYR BROS. to G. L. f.M PKone 73 MAt ;