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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta liney to it Carral Bates H. J. H. SKEITH UKk) TKe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY fc Him Smooth Work You cannot get accurate work with inferior If the of a hole bored by mn muger, drill or gimlet is ragged or chip- ped, the tool used was of ordinary quality. Crikry are tools for clean, true work. Keen Kutter bits bore clean and smooth through hard wood cr soft. Keen Kutter chisels leave true surfaces. All Keen Kut- ter Tools guar- anteed to be satisfactory. We Mil them. We SelMforJash The McKcown-Hick hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE: 62 BOOKS TWO for 25c Including the Go Novels IDBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st bor West of Union Bank Prairie Itch Ointment The use of this Oint-' meiit will almost im- mediately relievo the intense itching, and by following the di- rections a permanent cure will result. J. D. ligintotham S Co.lti Famiiy aud Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Clearing' Sale CITY AND DISTRICT E. II. Cramlall, of Calgary is town today. 'Keg. Stewart, barrister of Calgary, is iu the city. Frank Steed, the Stirling cattle man is in town today. 31. Campbell, of 3Iacleod ib in the city today cm business. Still continues BARGAINS IN ALL LINES Cash Only Star Walter Ross, of the Brown ranch today The Kuugers and Maple Leafs wil play on the squatc tonight ut 7 o'- clock. Owing to the flood having cut off telegraphic communication between, .here and Calgary the Herald has not able to secure any telegraphic, Come to Lethbridge Races DilKsdayaiulWediiesday.Jttfle IB aid If Wettern Canada Turf AttociatioB 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 seon for the first time in Sonthern Alberta NO DELAYS BETWEEN HFATS Special Kates on all Railroads of One and One-third Fares for Kound Trip. Good going June 2nd and 3r.l, returning June 4th and 5th. FOR FULL PARTICULAKS WRITE G. M. HATCH, President A. R. McGUIRE, Acting-Secretary you need tfiem now COOL AND COMFORTABLE Men's White Canvas Oxfords Ladies' Oxfords iu Grey, Brown and White Ladies'Tennis Shoes Men's Tennis and Lacrosse Shoes F. cow A co. North Warders Register Protests went to Magrath this inormnt Hubert Sage returnc-d this morning ;irom his trip to the Old Country. License Inspector C. S. Hoichkiss, of Ciareshuim, ia La the city today. Out; more night of the Treasure Is- land and Hunting Above the Clouds at the Bijou. The sun having come out fine and warm, the grounds at the Athletic- Park will be in good condition for the Y. il. C. vs. Press baseball match this evenin Came starts at 6.30. Y. M. C. vs. Press at 6.30 tonight, Athletic Park. John Conner, a negro with a flask Alta., June 1. To the'Editor of the Herald: you kindly find space in your paper for my letter. I.would, like to know wily the Xorth Ward ci- tizens are left entirely in the back- ground when there i.s any scheme on for the improvement of the fair city of Lethbridgc, fair indeed on the south side of the truck. liut why not give the North Ward a little o the good things, munely, sidewalks and electric -lights. On some of the streets east of the Westminster Koac and north of the Westminster Road too. It give us encour There wub u small crowd on the I of "Recreation, liyc" in his pocket, ugement to vote for the bylaw when first oi the Salt Lake City excursions was j.lst night for being j asked to do so. Again, why have w drunk and for using insulting lung- only overflowing ditches, nnd heaps Cutbill St., uage in the presence of ladies at the of mud left from the .said ditches on Phone 251 i this moruiug. ilrb. T. J. Redmond, I will not receive tomorrow, nor again station, during the summer. Dip Your Sheep the First if June Dipping sheep is an oper- ation that is performed once a year only and it is important that this once should prove effective. The right sort of dip is one that should destroy all insects or parasites and should have a healing and tonic effect on the skin without any possibility of injury KRESO DIP meets all these require- ments. We believe it is the best one made. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Uterta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I I, I. Hflfl: LHIIUUE tho sides of the roads when the dit Two lots cash and on easy terms ALBERT E. IVES IM Z, Hirer Hod PHONE Several cars of settlers' effects have come into this district in the last Twelve more double cars of steel for the now bridge have arrived, three coming in this morning. Colin. Macleod barrister of ilacleod was in i he city for a few hours last evening on a brief business trik. C. .F. I'. Conybcare, K. C., went to iloose Jaw, Sask., last night to at- tend the Grand Lodge oi the Knights oi Pythias. .Rev. p. S. Tarrott of the Hunts- ville mission is in the city today on his way to ilethodist Conference at i Medicine Hat. T. E. Olson, a visiting laborer, was assessed two dollars and costs by Magistrate Humphries last night for being drunk and disorderly. It. M. Clark of Reed Hill is visit- ing K. J. Cook at Eden Rest Poultry Farm on his way to .Medicine Hat to attend the Methodist Conference. Baseball match tonight. Press vs. Y.M.C., at 6.30, Athletic Park. We have decided to run tin: Trea- sure Island lilm another night in or- der to accommodate the people that could not attend last" evening at Bijou. R. Hindle, of the Bank of Com- merce staff is taking a fortnight's holiday on the Old Man's River wit] some friends on the bridge engineer ing staff there. The Treasure Island is a Idiii by itself, over feet long. This is a subject that will interest every body. Written by Robert Steven son, the great novelist. C. Marshall, who has been cm- chcs wcre cleancd mlt? Ls our mon- ey paid out for Uixes, not as clean or as good, as that paid out on the south of the track? Are we not as ployed in the otlices of the A. II. I. Co. has accepted a position with the Turpin Furniture Co. as book- keeper nnd salesman. That company finds business increasing so rapidly that an increase in the staff was nec- f0nd of the light .or on AUTOMATIC RIFLE FOR SALE Winchester automatic, (self loading) 32 calibre rifle for sale. Practically lew. No better rifle made. Price j Call at Herald Oflice at 5 p.m. any day except Saturday. 46-6 clean streets as the south of Leth- bridge But we the C. P. R. station, or even the Irriga- tion Hall over here, why, we would have both lights and, sidewalks .for -fear the arrivals would get so dis- rc at the present time acting up the oose with the golden egg in giving he main part of the city egg, fea- hers and all, and not getting the tecds of life let alone the luxuries as some would like in1, the other parts of the city. You speak of neglect on the par of the Council towards North Ware What about the-putting in of elec- tric lights over here Were they not passed in council two years ago for two o1' three more? Such things as the above lead_some citizens of the other part of the city to think that we get a good deal of improvement over here while we are getting nothing, absolutely nothing, and liable to be nothing. A good many people of North Ward are looking forward this year-to see- ing a good deal of water extensions put in. Can you tell .them how far will go when it is divided among the whole city and how much they are liable to get? That's what the esti- mates call for. _ Speaking of tlie necessity of side- walks and road grading in North Ward, we do not ask for graded roads but if as you say, traflic counts for anything. Why should we not have sonic sidewalks leading to the school? For instance continue the present one up to Westminster Roah and put one council with regard to North Ward. We all expect to see Lethbridge a city of vast importance within a few years and of much larger population and area. Will not Westminster Road be ah important street connecting Stafford', North Ward and the city- Why has it been left so Now is the time to deal be- fore it is built up. Yours for the building up of Leth- bridge. A RATEPAYER, FOR SALE C. Begin offers for sale one horse, two mares and two colts. Can be at McAdoo and Van Home's ranch. Apply to Chas. Van Home. 46-2 gusted with the city that they would turn back. Now fathers, dear fathers of our city, do something for the Xorth Anything! Only, don't promise not perform. One who would like Fair T'lay FOR SALE A genuine snap in a boarding house buaint's.s. worth investigation. Apply E. T. McGregor, office Post Of- lice Block, Address Box 337. 46 2 To the Editor of the Herald: the cap around to some of the people of the main part of the city-and see if it don't fit now, and has for he last live or ten years in :regard to sectionalism. You speak of the people of the Norlh Ward trying to "kill the goose that lays the golden egg." The peo- ple of the Norlh Ward have been and The local union of Carpenters until TENDERS WANTED SBALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until 6 o'clock Wednesday, June 10, .for the erection of a brick store and office building at Lethbridge, Province of Alberta, for G. J. Bryan Co., of Calgary. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Accompanying each tender must be a marked cheque for 5 per cent, of the proposed amount of contract. Plans and specifications may be seen at my office, Room 9, on the street north of the school so as to. take in Bailey St. and Tor- ranee Avc. Jn two blocks on that street there are about fourteen resi- dences. That is more than there are on some of the streets in town and not half as much traffic on them. In alludino- to the selfishness of the North Ward people, try the cap ag- ain and see if it don't fit nnd fit nice and snug. Give us necessities.- We are not asking for luxuries. Next year yon seem to think the Lethbridge, June 1, 1908. To the Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear to your edito- rial in today's Herald, I beg to differ with you in your statement that the citizens of North Ward are laboring under a misapprehension. 1 think all tho ratepayers of North Ward thor- oughly understand that they are the geese that lay, the golden eggs, and that the city council has gone so far on these last bylaws that it is time they did the dying act and refused to produce any more eggs for the con- sumption of the rest of the city, when they do not get any considera- tion1 A little sympathy does a lot of good sometimes, and it is nice to know that when a resident of North Word is ploughing home knee deep in the mud, that he has the sympathy of Mayor and council. It is also nice for the mothers of. chil- dren iu the North Ward to know that they have the sympathy of the May- or and council when they are scrubb- ing the mud from the children's clothes and shoes, or sitting up all night with the children who cannot sleep from coughing, all for the sake of a sidewalk (two-plank) on their road to school., say that the most important improvements have to undertaken first. Is it not more important for I Notice A MEETING OF THE Ratepayers' Dssociatioa OF LETHBRIDGE be held on Thursday Evening JUNE BRD, 1908, at 8 o'clock, in the FIRE HAUL to discuss Bylaws to be voted on Monday, June 8 j. L CALDER Secretary council will make improvements in_ other parts of the city. I presume you have hoard the saying "Tomor- row never comes. To refer back to the neglect of th Joiners are a .smoker in thu few days. J. Whitesel of Omcinee, N. D.. U. Murray, of Kramer, X. on Saturday, June 6th. and C. Wnlkor, of Reliance, have settled at New Dayton. R. 0. Talbot from Ilismnrck. at Loth bridge and Anderson of St. Mu- ry's Ont.. at Woodpecker. FOK ALL OF LUMBER Paroid Roofing Metallic A good programme and other provis- ion for a good time are being made. The local sports are looking for- ward to a first class exhibition of wrestling on Thursday night when ilacdonald and Maxwell meet at the Bijou. ilacdonald has proved his ability by defeating such men as Shores, Hallett and Heroes. lie has also kept Gotch guessing for IS min- utes. During the past two weeks he Las shown that he knows the game by defeating Ceo. the Greek, ihe champion of Alberta. F. A. Maxwell is so well known that it need scarce be said that it is confidently expect- ed that he shall win. Roth as n man jar.d an athlete Mr. Maxwell has nm- jny admirers. He, not being a bett- 1 ing man, there i.s no side bet up. Ttt AHD BUILDING PAPER Uw nd CcRRit won FIBRE PUSTBIOFPABS S 01 mi Get m M o fete, Tnrt Tart Tte Talk nf tke Start N Satirtoj Nifbt Those 15c Illustrated Copyright Novels that we are showing. -QUALITY QUARTERS- J. J. Johnston Pmrriptica Druggist Whitney Block. 4G-8 F. B. ROLFSON, Architect. NOTICE The partnership business lately carried on under the name of "Man Yuen Co. and "The Alberta Restau- at Lethbridge, lias been sold to Wong Ming, Wong Tong, Loo Yte and Won F. Lung, who will continue the business on the same premises under the name of "The Alberta Res- taurant." -JG-3 W. C. IVES, Solicitor for Vendors. PKOCKAM FOH TON If! IFF AT BIJOU Tho Treasure Island Illustrated Song. Nurses Travels Hunting Above the Clouds. Money to Loan On Farm Lands W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lawls and Lethbrklge Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. WEDNESDAY BARGAINS Here you'll find a list of Bargains for Wed- nesday only that canTt be matched elsewhere Ladies' Waterproof Coats Regular goods for 8 4.00 12 5.00 "18 10.00 THESE ARE BROKEN LINES Ladies' Dress Skirts A big lot of Fashionable Skirts, broken lines, and all styles of materials. About 50 Skirts in the lot. Reg. Skirts for 6.00 325 7.00 4.00 Girls' Dresses 25 Colored Dresees for girls, aged 3 to.7, special 50c White Lawn Dresses, special.................. I Ladies' Wash Skirts Navy and White also Black and White Duck Skirts Rood fall make and a genuine OC bargain at each................... V CASH STORE: A, MacdonaU Co. tho North-Ward to have necessities, than for the rest of the city -to have luxuries, The people of Torrance Aye. want the water to Ixj laid along their street, but the city has no mo- ney. I do not hold with the'dog in the manger and i think that North Ward stands in the horse's I place. Trusting you will find space in your valuable paper for the above I remain. Yours respectfully, North Ward Resident. Just Received New Cabbage Ripe Tomatoes Strawberries Cherries Pineapples Radishes Lettuce Rhubarb, etc. THE GOOD CO. RdJpatcn Fnitad PW 98 lea's Stud The fee ta Cct M Ufc Place Your Orders for D RAYING ....WITH.... JUS. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 HAS ARRIVED From her tour, through European Countries MADAM MAZIE The World's Noted Palmist Clairvoyant, Dead Trance Medium, Magic Healer, Etc. The nindnm conies to Lelhbridgd well recommended. Tf yon nro going to make invest- ments or business changes consult this gifted lady. Re-unites the separat- ed, finds lost or stolen.articles. JShe discovered -the lost mine of H. B. Shannon, Buttc, Montana. She also told the people of San Francisco to sell thoir the earth- quake. Monoy chivriully refunded to any who are not satisfu-cl. Hours 10 a.m. to 8.30. ,J3 readings for readings for WINDSOR HOTEL Room IS f WA-KO-VER FLOOR STAIN is essentially a colored varnish of such remarkable toughnevs and elasticity. Although wood treated with it may dent under a blow, the finish will give with it without cracking. Any article finished with this stain nvay be washed with soap andhotwater Sole Agents H AYR BROS. Spectators to G. L. Vroomta 75 M M_M ;