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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta to Loan it Current Rites H. J. H, SKEITH (ffcltiey Mod) UTe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY in mm Smooili Work You cannot get sharp, accurate work with inferior tools If the edge of a hole bored by an auger, drill or gimlet is ragged or chip- ped, the tool used was pf ordinary qus1ity. KffN KUtttR Tools and Cattery are tools for clean, true work. Keen Kutter bits bore clean and smooth through hard coft Keen Kutter chisels leave true surfaces. All Keen Kut- ter Tools guar- anteed to be satisfactory. We sell them. Clarify the City Water in half- an-hour The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE: Ours is Pure Family and Dispensing Chemists Tetephoue 49 Resident Night Clerk 50 48 32 50 40 01 50 53 51 THE WEATHER Edmonton, rain, C'ulgury, rain liO Maeleod, raia Red Door, cloudy 73 Lethbridge, rain 01 Medicine Hat, fair GO Saskatoon cloudy 00 Kegina, cloudy 012 Winning, cloudy 70 Bulletin J-Yom Central OHice Hums and thunderstorms have oc- curred in Alberta mid rain in katchewan. Also a few scattered showers in Manitoba. Weather has been quite warm in Manitoba and moderately witnn furl JUT cool and showery today and Friday. Saskatchewan and Manitoba, unsett led with showers and local storms today and Friday. BEWARE! Don't be deceived by buy- ing WALLPAPERS from outside firms Save Ex- press Charges by buying papers that are stocked in Lethbridge. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st QOQP West of Union Bank Phone 25! CIH AND DISTRICT A new lodge of Oddfellows was in- stituted in Kust Calgary. Sous of England meet tonight at S o'clock in the K. of K Hall. Judge Winter arrived from Calga- ry lust night and is holding district court today. 3Lrs. Kyiands will not receive on Friday nor again unti! fall. Mrs. C. A. .Little will not receive tomorrow uor again during the sum- TKe Star de V. le ilaistre of Eduiouton, who is the owner of a good deal oi Lethbridge real estate, is in the city John Pierson, of Taber, was a pas- senger for Salt Lake thia H. Teiinant, of Coutts, was in the city yesterday returning this morn- ing. The customs receipts at Lethbridge for May were somewhat less thau last year. S. P. Fletcher, of Cowley, was in the city last night on his way to Salt Lake City. J. M. McLorie of Victoria, Ii. C., is in the city looking after business for the Mount Royal Milling .and Manufacturing Co., of that city. Passenger traflic is heavy these days. This morning over one hundret passengers went south on the Grea Falls train. Thirty of 'these were laud-seekers in the 0. W. Kerr party Mrs. Henry Chase of Moncton ha asked the police to investigate a re port that her husband, who went Wes three years ago, and from whom sh has not heard for two years, is agai married at Lethbridge, Alta. An ef for a few days on a business trip. i fort is being made to locate It is important that every member j St- N- B- Suu- of the Council of the Board of Trade] iJruce L. Robinson oi Calgary, Clearing Sale Continues Pan, i ik. tin, ran. ft for 2 fir 45c takes, 3 Ib. tit, raj. ttc, for per tin 30c Ckriitie's Sodas 40c Still Some Good Bar- gains in Crockery TOILET SETS AT COST s. THE STORE OF QUALITY Nelson Fraser should be present at the inet'thig to- morrow night. known by Alberia baseball fans of Western Canada Baseball Association Th0s. McDonald, the Liberal candi-lis in the city today. As he talked date against Premier Whitney, in to the Herald in a pouring rain, he A Drug I Pointers Mind your and Q's. P is for Purity and Q is for Quality. In buying drugs and medicines it is not always possible to do this as every one is-not accustomed to knowing drug qualities. In every case you can trust us as we fully realize that to give satisfactory service our drugs must be pure and of the highest quality. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time IIberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I, B, 81PLEY, Ngr. LETHBRiDCE Dundas County, Out., is a cousin of ii. V. Gibbons. A Belgian, 1'a.ul souiething-or-other- arrested last nigut for assault. He will be tried tonight. The choir of the Presbyterian. Church meets this evening for prac- tice at 8.30. All members are re- quested to be present. Talk about Southern Alberta winds. Word comes from St. Thomas, Ont., that during a game of ball there the wind blew away the bag covering third base. The subscribers to the Mulloy Fund started some weeks ago in the Her- ald will have their money returned to them, the fund having been abandon- ed by its promoters. At the congregational meeting Knox Church last night, Hugh. Scott .John D. lligiubotham, and Hugh Mac i f remarked that it was a good thing there were no expensive professional Baseball teams to pay during this rainy season- He is hopeful, how- ever, that professional bail will be revived in a year or two but thinks that all the clubs should arrange to do their spring training at home, thus saving thy big expense of train- ing abroad. J. A. Cameron, of 2Vfedicine Hat, was in the city with Supt. J. S. LO.WJ rence on Tuesday. Mr. Cameron wtis the first superintendent of the Crow's Nest line after its construction. Six or seven years ago he was forced to resign the position on account of his health. Recently he has greatly im- proved and while not his ohi self yet, is improving rapidly. He has re-en- tered the service at Medicine Hat. Xot having seen Lethbr.dge so many vears Mr. Cameron beth were elected trustees for the somewhat ut a loss to locate Vv. B. Burnette. secretary of the Knox Church property. John Taylor, a well known charac- ter in town, got too heavy a load on and paid and costs excess baggage charges. Magistrate Humphries made the assessment at the instigation of the police. T. B. R. Henderson, of Edmonton, chief provincial weed inspector, is in the city today, having come to con- sult with W. II. Fairfield and others in connection with the weed inspec- j'tion at this point. At St. Augustin's Church of Kng- land. Lethbridge, on the 3rd inst., in the place, everything being so changed. lie considers this city to be just about the best there is. Lethbriclge and District Agricultural i by the Rev. Dr. Coard, Edith Emily Society, has rocrived iropi the Gar- on, was married to Norman butt Business Col logo of Calgary, the Chester Allen, farmer, of Elinor, ofier of a special prize for the best c-jsay on "The Value of a Business Ont., both formerly of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. the candidates for the I Janu-.s Thompson of Warner and prize to be eighteen years of age or n.ider. The. first prize will be one nth'a tuition in any of the depart- ments of the coll the secon in any department, worth the worth and town, wore i d, one half month's tuition landing up th o U (N Q> E C 'I FOR ALL KINDS OF LUMBER Paroid Roofing Metallic TAR AND BUILDING PAPER I lime and Cement WOOD FIBRE asd PLASTER OF PAWS his two sons. E. and Ed, former- ly composing the firm of Thompson Hros., general merchants, of that in the city yesterday the affairs connected the .sale of their business in Warner to J. A. Jochem, a recent arrival from Minnesota. Tonight at the Bijou Theatre Frank Maxwell and Frank Mncdonald, the well-known wrestlers, will pull off their match. Jt will certainly he a great struggle and no doubt many of the admirers of Maxwell aa wrestler and physical director will turn out to him have a go with the Ore gonian champion who also has a lot of fricnd.s in (he city. The bout will take plnre about, ten o'clock after thi> Ilijou performance. FOOTBALL The Hangers have now made fin a arrangements with reference to the eague match on Tuesday, the 9th nst. Macleod are bringing a stron. team here so a good game can be as ured. W. Bennett of Calgary, the match, and weather, per nitting, it should be the game of th icason. Kick-ofT at seven o'clock. The team to represent Lcthbridg will be: McDonald, Farris, Can Scott. Chiswick, Smith. Tlarber, Fai brother, White. Tlolburton, McMillan Don't forget to come and boost fo the boys. This game will qualify th victorious club to go to Calgary an play practically the strongest teai in the Dominion, and it is up to th city to support the boys who a trying to place this honor with "Let 'bridge. Jf they are successful on .Tuesday and again at Calgnry, dur- ing the Fair, the Hangers will be the champions of Alberta and hold the handsome trophy for the year. The practice game on Tuesday was successful and prokcc! that Lethbridge CaB art fet wr M o NoneJraci fart Upffl St. I2l 4 The Talk ef the Street N SiMaj Njfkt Those loc Illustrated Copyright Novels that we are showing. -QUALITY QUARTERS- J. J. Johnston Presrriptioa HUM'S M CO. FRIDAY Bargains EXCEPTIONAL VALUES AT. VERY LOW PRICES i Curtain Muslins 3 pieces fine White Curtain Muslin, frilK d and finished with three inch lace insertion Worth 35c per yard On Sale Friday...................... UVA n 25c Irish Point Curtains 20 pair splendid quality Irish Point Lace Cnrtains in a variety of designs, good width aucPSi yds. long, reg. pair. ijuce curtains in a Cocoa Door Mats Heavy quality Door Mats, closely woven, two sizes Regular jft Regular 31.25 Ski Friday... JL Friday... A Snap in Lawn Waists 75 only Lawn Waists, some trimmed with lace insert ion and others witli embroidery down front, very fine lawn, short and long sleeves, all sizes Worth and Friday.............................. LI i it;, 75c a fjood side. To keep the boys in fonn nnd give 1hem as much practice ns possible, nnothcr game has arranged fur .tonight when lh.; Rang- ers will meet a strong eleven selected Mr. firahatn. Kirk-olT at prompt. Money to Loan On Farm Lands R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties tms Block .LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. I Men's Cravenette Coats C Vou need tfietn Men's White Canvas Oxfords Ladies' Oifordi in Grey, Brown and White Ladies' Tennis Hen's Tennis and Lacrosse Shoci F. Uthbridgg r I Yon can save money by buying these at "this store to- morrow Regular dUfl Pfl Regular no Friday.... Ul Friday... TWO SPECIALS IN Boots Shoes -'---1- siraigni cap, uuoan Women's Dongola Oxfords, patent straight cap, Cuban heel, good fitters, all sizes regular Friday....................... cu, paen oe, Hudson's Bay Co. FOICIEIP LOTS IN Wffiitll PUTS Of IE 0TI K Property Sold on Monthly Plan ALBERT E.IVES SUM 2, Olinr Keck PHONE 1-4-T Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert A. Hcnson of Winnjneg were among the arrivals in the city this morning. W. A. Bleimer Hassett, wife aiid family leave on the flyer in the mom- ing for the East.. Mrs. Bleuner-Hda- set will visit at Neepuwa for sik weeks and Mr. Blenner Hassett will take a short holiday at then go on to Winnipeg on a business trip returning in two weeks. THE 'KILTIES' ARE COMIN' This city is soon to be visited by the most famous band In Canada and one that is known on both sides of the Atlantic, not only for its unique nnd picturesque uniforms, but for its remarkable musical record- Tlu; who arc Scotch-Ca- nadian, have, in the past seven years appeared in all the principal cities of Canada, United States, ISnglund, Ire- land, Scotland, Wales and Mexico. They dress in the attractive costume of the Highlanders and carry with them the celebrated troupe of Scotch pipers and dancers, who appear at every performance. They not only play the music of nn tional composers, but are equally at home in rendering the popular music of the day, and therefore, their con- certs are particularly pleasing to the lai-ge audiences which always greet them. The management of this popular musical organization has made an in- ternational success because none but the best- players, in every sense of the word, are seen in the Band, and the high standard, originally set, has always kept up. The "Kilties" wjll heard at Lethbridge on June 25th at the Athletic Park, when the people uf this city will be able to judge the verdict of the people at large which has so emphatically put its stamp of approval upon them. I Notice i; ii A MEETING-ii OF THE Ratepayers' fesociitiM OF LETHBRIDGE will be held on Thursday Evening JUNE 4TH, 1908, at 8 o'clock, in the PIPE HAUL. to discuss Bylaws to be J voted on Monday, June 8 j. L. CALDER Secretary CONFERENCE OFFICERS Quebec, June William Tim- borlake, of Gananoque, was elected president, and Rev. Corrigan of Mont- at the meeting of the Methodist Conference. WANTED Stenographer and general office hnnd. Apply by letter to P. 0. Box 646, Lethbridge. 43 g Women's Dongolft Boots, blucher cut, patent toe, medium sole, cuban heel Regular per pair Friday...................... Large quantities of fruit arriving daily, consisting of Straw berries, Cherries. Pineapples, Tomatoesj Cabbage, etc. RING UP 98 if you want anything in this line, or anything in Groceries or Ice Cream and we will deliver the goods promptly. THE GOOD CO. HeaJpartmFmtadiceCreiB 98 lea's Stud fUce to Cd (M Ms Place Your i Orders for ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME 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 madam comes to Lethbridge well recommended. If you are going to make invest- ments or business changes consult this gifted lady. Re-unites the separat- ed, finds lost or stolen articles. She discovered the lost mine of H. B. Shannon, Butte, Montana. She also told the people of San Francisco to sell their pr.-pcrty before the earth- quako. Money cheerfully refunded to any who arc not satisfied. Hours 10 a.m. to-8.30. readings for readings for WINDSOR HOTEL. Hoom II MM WA-KO-VER FLOOR STAIN i is essentially a colored varnish of sncli remarkable tonghnew 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 may be washed with .HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Pkottt 79 MM MM M M Wt.M M M-f f M f. ;