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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta If WEST JOB PRINTING HETRAUD life Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY In ietlWigf is thi NUIMITE "See Our Lawn Mowers" All purls mechanically ac- curate, insuring minimum wear and ease of running. We also stock Hose, Hose Reels. Sprinklers and Hedge Shears. In fact, everything for convenience in keeping a lawn beautiful. We Aim to Please The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 The Store of Quality For a full asssortment of high class Groceries Fruit and Crockery PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CO. Only ONION Grocery Store In City Mbre refreshing than the crystal Spring is Good's Delicious Ice Cream THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY ANNOUNCEMENT The North Ward Drug Store Will make its bow the Public in a few days with complete Hue of DRUGS and STATIONERY. J. H. McCROSTIE, Phm. B. Manager The most dressy Ladies' Oxford in the city Queen Quality SOLE AGENCY THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON 4 GOW f 4 Lots on water and sewer, good location. I each, i cash, 6 and 12 months for the balance. F JL. STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 4. I 1 Typewriter Papers A. large shipment just received, con tain ing Letter and Cap sizes, in different priced papers. Store closes at 6.30 p.m. ROBERTSON'S 1st Door Sfest of Union jairt 25 i Poultry Powders The best broodg need a tonic regularly to keep them in" condition, and as a health preserver for little chicks a tonic is ab- solutely necessary. I Poultry Powders 29 That is the number of the newest and most popu- lar perfume in our store. Its lasting quality is far superior to most perfumes and a little better than the best. When you want a per- fume that an expert can detect no flaw in ask for Number 29. To cents an ounce at J.O. HpbotlicmSCo.ltd Family and Dispensing Chemists.. Telephone 49. Night clerk. I I OH AND DISTRICT A. I THE WEATHER. Edmonton, fair ___ 70 50 .00 Calgary, fair 7G 44 .00 Ldhb.-idge.. fair 49 .00 Winnipeg, fair 82 33 .00! Pun Arthur, 06 48 .00; fine and warm. j CITY AND DISTRICT. Mrs. C. IU'. Arnold will not receive: tomorrow. Another carload of agricultural im- plements arrived in the city today from Hamilton, Ont. Ten carloads of horses and mules belonging to the Corey Bros. Con-, .struction Co., passed through Leth- bridge today en route for Idaho, i Mrs. (Rev.) J. M. Harrison and !Mrs. (Rev.) A. A. Lytle left this morning: to attend a convention of the Women's Missionary Society at Moose Jaw. Thos. A. Acheson, grain inspector j of the C.P.K., arrived in the city last night and went south to Card- ston today to look over the pros- pects for this year's crop. H.- Ostlund, who has been, attend- ing Osgoode Hall, Toronto, was in I the city today on his way to his home at Stirling-. j Macleod Bros, expect a shipment of i goods today. In all likelihood their j i new clothing store on Crabb street j i will open for business on Saturday, i j H. M. Murray, formerly Canadian i agent at Glasgow, Cardiff and Exe- ter, is dead. He was a visitor in j i Lethbridge last year. j j C. S. Morse, of Calgary, travelling j freight agent of the C.P.R., is in the i city today. He has been all over the province and finds the crops looking fine and the prospects are good for a large crop, especially in Southern Alberta. The general merchandise Grocery Everything Fresh Highest, Quality At lowest prices for cash Fresh Fruits and Vegetables FIRE At this tinu; of the year is very unpleasant, have some excellent 2 and 3 burner We GASOUNE STOVES necessity of this Which will entirely obviate the unpleasantness With one of our Gasoline Stoves to cook With one of our Refrigerators to keep your foqd With some of our Screen Doors and Windows to keep the flies out and let the fresh air in, you will not He incon- venienced by the heat. We ship to-out-of-town customers daily. Write us THE McKEOKIN -IIIDIIIE CO, LTD. Corner Dufferin and Round Streets Strawberries Cherries Bananas Cabbage Onions Lettuce Improved Farm, 160.acres, two miles f from new town Carmengay, 90 acres crop t good buildings. per acre, easy terms I 4? Freeman, Maeleod Graham g Phone 173 Money to Loan P.O. Box 679 trade is as brisk as ever with large shipments of lumber There will be a baseball match to- j Yesterday afternoon the locomotive night at Athletic park between Y.M. j of the Crahbrook local became dis- U. and Press clubs. abled about four wegt Meet the requirements of every kind of poultry at a far less feeding cost and with better results in every way. For by liberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. B. IIWBf, Mgr. i Madam Norman will hold the first j junction but still stayed on the rails, of a series of weekly dances at the j A brakernan left the train and sent Caledonian hall tomorrow night. word to Lethbridge. The yard en- Alice Rebecca Thompson, age 33, out and lowed the train jdied in Lethbridge yesterday. The I body was sent to Granum, where in- torment will take place. 4> ,'the wrong- man's clothes in I wrong man's valise and caused into its destination, arriving here a- few hours late. G. T. Ives, a graduate of the On- A porter of one of the hotels put Dental College, Toronto, has le xvron- man's clt in- the city and will oen of- the cfty and will open of- the fices in the stafford block. Mr. Ives is a brother of Albert E. Ives, the w jcity police a little excitement last j night. But it was only a false j well-known real estate man. alarm. j L- C- Barrett, of Barrhill, is hav- The local conunittee of the Lay-! ?S acres on men's Missionary Movement, held a i I meeting in Mr. Conybeare's office. I g B6W i with Dr. Galbrait-h as chairman, i enS'ne andCockshutt and Mr. .Arrangements were made for active jand the Pine Apples Carrots Oranges Turnips Evaporated Peaches per Ib. lOc Rhubarb per Ib......7c A. Macdonald Co. 800 Acres fine Land, 11 miles from good town per acre. Half cash? balance easy. Must be sold at once. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block educational work which will begin the CFTY AND DISTRICT an. i _ plows, j The Citizens' Band will play on iva I' an" Mr" SayS is a fine rig the square tonight.. Sabbath of j At the police court this morning the charge of assault against H. G. Messiuger was dismissed. The row j between Messrs. Brower and Rogers was settled hi the police court. Rog- ers was fined and costs. The charge against Jas. Dowdell for us- ing insulting language was adjourn- ed till tomorrow. The reserved judg- ments in the gaming house cases will be given out by Magistrate: McDoug- al on Saturday next. j works with pleaded. boys are doinsr excellent excellent u he is verx- THE GIANTS OF THE FOREST