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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Norik H. 1. H. SKEITH fed) TEe LetKbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY SBCMHI Work You cannot get tharp, accurate work with inferior If of a bored by an drill or fimlct u ragged or chip- ped, the tool used of ordinary quality. KftHKltTTtK are tools for clean, true work. Keen Kutter bita bore clean and m o o t h through hard wood or soft. Keen Kutter chisels leave true surfaces. All Keen Kut- ter Tocls guar- anteed to be satisfactory. Mil than. Prairie Itch Ointment We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Wakely PHONE Office Supplies Blank Books in all sizes anil rulings. Our new books, 10x14 inches, give yon the extra width with the cap length. ROBERTSON'S BOOI STORE 1st tar Vest if Uiioi ink Phone 251 The use of this Oint- ment will almost im- mediately relieve the intense itching, and by following the di- rections a permanent cure will result. J.D. lip bottom SCo. ltd. Fatally and Dispensing Chemists Telephone Resident Night Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT Just Received A consignment of No. I Washington Ipplts Wine Sapa and otlier vu- lietieB. We are selling these extra fancy Apples at per box while they last THE GOOD CO. Fail ai Ice CrtM 98 leu's Stud TV Place Gtt GoW (Ms THOSE CRAYENETTIS RAINCOATS IN .Muddy, mucky, Alberta. lixtru feature films nt tonight. Dr. ilewburn went west in er last night. the Mute iloilit of Crunbrook, B. C., is in the city today. A. L. McKelvie is laid up with an attack of tonsilitis. Sunny Southern the accent ou the Sunny. A. Jells, of Johnson ami Jeffs, left this morning fur Calgary. ilr. and Mrs. A. il. Grace came up from Medicine Hut last night. The extra scenes at the Bijou ore well named when we call them extra. After all this rain, Oliver has THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 72 Calgary, rain jVOT GETTING SOARED. BK- SIDES A CRAVEJVETTE IS JUST AS GOO FOR SUJVSHIJfE AS OTHER OF OVERCOAT. ALL CRAVEJVETTE COATS ARE JfOT ALI1LE. yOU MIGHT AS WELL GET OffE THAT HAS STyLE; WHEJV yOU ARE AT IT COME TO THE STORE THAT HAS STyLES CRA VEJVETTES. jio WILL Buy you A coozt SERVICE- ABLE CRAVEJVETTE IF yOU BUy IT FROM US. WILL BUy A VERy SWELL OJVE. UM'B'KELLASH WELL! WE HAVE THE BEST VALUES EVER. hen that holds the eggs up to date. in British Columbia. Here goes for another egg story. W. T. McCaugherty who lives eight miles west of the city has a leghorn record for size of She laid'one egg inches in circumference and anoth- er 8 inches in circumference length- wise and 7 inches the other way. Tonight at the Bijou a film of ex- ceptional interest will be presented en titled "The Treasure depict- ing scenes taken from Robert L. Ste- venson's celebrated novel of that name. A lecture will be given on the subject by II. Goldsmith Whitton of Winnipeg. Numerous other inter- esting and amusing pictures are on the programme. Great Falls Tribune: F. W. Webster hns returned from a visit to his cut- ranch on Milk River in Alberta, nnd he reports that range conditions BLOCK 95 Two lots cash and on easy terms ALBERT E.IVES Im 2, Ifer tak PHONE We now have a complete stock of Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers from to Inspection invited H AYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vrcoman Phone 75 The wrestling match between Max- well and Macdonald will take place at the Bijou Theatre on Thursday night. An Agricultural Society has been formed at Tuber with Bishop Van Orman as president and G. Qui- lx.41 us secretary treasurer. The Home of Swell Clothes FOR SALE Cottage on London. Road, just off Crabb St., size 20 x 30, 5 rooms, water and light: Price E. f. McGregor, Post Oflice Block. 452 FOR SALE Saddle pony (bay live years old. Quiet. Can be seen at 62-4 dette St. '456 After making three attempts to bring oft their programme the Sons of England have declared it "all oft." Probably now we will get some fine weather. WANTED. SMALL CASH REGISTER, must be in first class condition. Arlington Hotel, G. B. Porter. WANTED .Girl for housework or to take care of baby. Apply to Mrs. W. L. Wilson, cor. Ford Glyn Sts. 45 1 WANTED to do washing for small family. Box 463, City. 452 PROGRAM FOR TONIGHT AT TITR BIJOU Lightning continues to perform new tricks. During the small thunder storm last week a bolt entered the home of Wellington Rros. on Cutbill St. It ran along the electric wiring and dropped into a jug of milk stand- Jng on the table. The bottom was to the floor, unknown. the lightning to parts FORALLHNDSOF LUMBER Paroid Roofing Metallic home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Stevons of the Bijou. Fred Gow has commenced the er- ection of a modern cottage on the north.cast corner of Redpath and Bartlett Sts. The Misses Publow who have been visiting in the city since Friday night returned to Cn'gary this morn- ing on the local. A man advertised in Saturday's Herald that he had a house to trade and before four o'clock had a propo- rition through the mail iri reply. He- rald ads arc The Toadies Aid will meet in the basement of the Wesley Church in- stead of at Mrs. Lvingstone's home on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. and Mncleod play ofl their district match on June Oth. The semi-finals and fimil? will played in Calgary probably on the evenings of June 30th and July I. Well, welt, well. Been in town 10 days. No work yet. Wake up Lethbridge merchants. Hustling man wants po- sition. Address K., Herald Office. The games for the Bennett Trophy, representing the Provincial Associa- tion Football Championship arc be- ing arranged. Six clubs have enter- ed, Caledonians, St. Paul s Club of Edmonton, City of Struthcona, Bankhoad, Young Men's Club of Marlcod, and the JjOihbringe Rangrrs. The Calgary Caledonians, champions of Canada, and holders of the People's Shield are debarred. from Great Falls north throughout Montana and Alberta are as good or [better than they were at this time last year. There has been plenty oi ruin north of the line, and stock men are anticipating a prosperous season. The Treasure Island Illustrated Song. Nurses Travels. Hunting Above the Clouds. Money to Loan On Farm Lands W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in' Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties RiMislaW2SMfari Block LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Have You Seen Her Madam Mazie Tlie World's Natri Palwst, Ciainroyant, Dead Trace Median ari Mafic Healer She will be at Hotel Windsor Joom IE [or One Week. Hours 10.30a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Reafop fa FOR 7 DAYS ONLY See posters foe particulars r tj) TAI WTO HlUm PAPER I VMPV IMHwWM v PUSTEX OF PANS C 8 MT QnUtms W o n MptftSllS ii TteTilk of tlw Street n Sitariaj Night Those loc Illustrated Copyright Novels that we are showing. -QUALITY J. J. Johnston I Prorriptioo Druggist Come to Lethbridge Races IS aid If Western Canada Turf Association Meeting Over 125 Race Horses, representing the best stables of Oregon and California, together with many local horses will take part- Professional Starter and Judges, together with latest methods of professional racing, including the New Electric Starting Gate To be seen for the first time in Southern Alberta NO DELAYS BETWEEN HEATS Special Rates on all Railroads of One and One-third Fares for Round Trip. Good going June 2nd and 3r.l, returning June 4th and 5th. FOR FULL PARTICULARS WRITE A. R, McGUIRE, Acting-Secretary G. M. HATCH, President Store of Quality Don't forget your Cash For Canned Fruit Prices are away down to Cash Buyers Pears, 2s, 2 for 35c reg. price 25c a tin Greengage Plums, 2s, 2 for 35c reg. price, 25c a tin Lawton Berries, 2s, 20c tin 25c Peaches, Cherries, Strawberries, Raspber- ries, 2s, 20c tin reg. price, 25c a tin Pride of Canada Maple Syrup, l-4s 50c l-2s 85c 20 oz. Bottle 55c Guaranteed Pure Sap Symp Christie's 3s Tin Sodas, 40c reg. 50c Gold Medal Soaps, 2 for 25c reg. 15c Durkee's Salad Dressing Lge. 75c reg. 90c Harvey's Sauce........ 35c Tobasco 40c Bengal Mangol Chutney 2 for 35c, reg. 25c ii Stare ratatriw tat CaatdUre Nelson Eraser ;