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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta to Loan at Current Rates H. J. H. SKEITH (WtNj ttafc) 1Ee Lethbridge Doily Herald THE STAY Nil li UttMji HIM MB Smooiti Work cannot get sharp, tework with inferior You accura tools. If the edge of a hole bored by an auger, drill or gimlet is ragged or chip- ped, the tool used was of ordinary quality. MM KUJTtR Tools and Cutlery for clean, true Keen Kutter bits bore clean and s m o o t h through hard wood or soft. Keen Kutter chisels leave true surfaces. All Keen Kut- ter Tools guar- anteed to be satisfactory. We sell them. Clarify the City Water The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Bnxlie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE 62 in half- an-hour by the use of Alum Ours is Pure JJJigiQbotaSCo.lti, Family and Dispensing Cheniisti Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk BEWARE! Dou't be deceived by buy- ing WALL PAPERS from outside firms Save Ex- press Charges by buying papers that are stocked in Lethbridge. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Itoar West of Onion Bank CITY AND DISTRICT Wallace of Taber is in the 1. U. Snell and wife have gone on The Store of Quality We are Clear- ing our Stock whether Wea- ther clears up or not We will De- liver goods to any part of the city C. O. D. Buy now and 'get good Bar- gains. W. H. NELSON a trip to Great Falls. It is estimated that THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 02 Calgary, cloudy ..................'5-t Lethbridge, cloudy Macleod, cloudy 01 Medicine Hat, raining OS weather we you need Cficm Dow COOL AND COMFORTABLE Men's Wliite Can van Oxfords- Brown and Men's Tennis and Lacrogge Shoog Ladiea' Oxfords in Grey, Ladies' Tennis F. COW ft, CO. Uthbridge DOTS Duff Addition, and monthly. Build a shack and save rent. ALBERT E.IVES Im Z, Otter PHONE 1-4T the land is Winnipeg, fuir S-l Hogina, fair 7-1 50 southeast wind but mostly fair and very warm. Lo- cal thunderstorms. Alberta ami Sas- Phone 251 Th< Star Drug Pointers Mind your Prs and Qrs. P is for Parity 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 yon 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 llterta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I, B. JiriGf. Mar. LETIIIIKE soaked to a of two feet. J. CJraves, of Edmonton, was a visitor in the city last night. A. Aubin, formerly of the Re- liance Coal Co., Taber, is iu the city jkatchcwan, unsettled and showery i today. John Ross and J. H. Saunders of Rosiun Minn., are in the city on a prospecting tour. Remember we give a matinee for I the benefit ui ladies and children on Saturday afternoon at 3.30 at the Today we heard of a man in one of the northern States who declared was'he wouldn't buy land in Alberta b cause it was so dry. lacing persuad- ed to take a trip to our province this spring he wouldn't buy because it is so wet. W. J. Kirby, well known in base ball circles, has retired from the set- vice of the Dominion .Express Co. a. Jalgary. The company wanted to move him to the Coast but he pro- erred to remain in Calgary and will Leopold Stegert, a Belgian, fined and costs by Magistrate Humphries for being disorderly. The Indians have it handed down by tradition that the country is vis- ited by a flood every Cfty years. Mrs. .1. T. Whitney of Kingston, Cut., is in the city visiting her sou Ben Whitney and other relatives. The first baseball game in the south BARGAINS I, ADown Pour MEN'S OYKRCO ATS, made from very handsome materials, nr n J II I W MEN'S OYKRCO ATS, made from very handsome materials, worth up to for Saturday 5 Some very swell RAIN PROOFED COATS worth up to Thi so will be offered on Saturday Big Bargains in UMBRELLAS, but for lack of space we cannot itemize them hero. The rise in the river is Riving the steam laundry considerable annoy- ance. The water is so dirty that it is impossible to-iise it in thoir work. country league took place between Magrath and Cardston and Magrath won. On account of muddy streets and walks will entertain ladies nnd children at a matinee on Saturday afternoon at 3.30 at the Bijou. Joe Peskc has severed, his connec- tion with the D. Whitney livery, lie will join the ranks of the bene- dicts in a short time. Dr. 0. D. Weeks and T. J. rigg of Cardston, are in the city aut from present weather appearances ari likely to stay a while. The team owned by the Iron Works were employed a short time this morning in moving a family on th river bottpm to a higher level. A horse of the Good Co.'s delivery waggon dropped into a sunken sewer srunk on Duflerin St. this morning and was with difficulty dug out. Instead of receiving tomorrow ev- ening as intended, Mrs. C. F. P. Co- nybeare, of "Rivervievv" will receive on Tuesday evening for the last time this season. Deputy 'Exalted Iluler R. M. Buch- man, of Winnipeg, of thc Canadian Order of Elks will visit Lethbridge at an early date. He is on a tour through the West. An English traveller, in the city today, has with him a. card given him by "C. Angel Evans, C. E.t of who go into other business there. Cazicr Bros. Construction Company of Cardston reached the city from Maple Creek at noon today. The company consists of 100 horses and 75 men. They have a. contract for five miles of grading, starting three miles from the river. This section is the most difficult to grade between here and Macleod. Mr. pects to be engaged all Cazier ex- summer on the contract. He reports that there has been little rain at Maple Creek The company lost half a day only on account of the weather. Cazier Bros built the Milk River A. R. T. Canal for the Man Was Not Arrestec MEN'S WORSTED SUITS, worth Satur- day MEN'S FINE SCOTCH TWEED SUITS, worth On Big Bargains in Men's and Ladies' Shoes A. SOUTHARD Of Good Values in RainCoats and Up The Commercial Travellers Associa ,ioa of America will hold their an- convention in Calgary on Mon- lay and Tuesday' June S and 9. Tra vcllers will be there from every pro- vince of Canada "-and every state ot Minn., is in the city: lie will be present at and address the meeting of the Council of the Board of Trade to be held tonight. Mr. Collins is one of the best agricultural newspa- per men in America and is up here Fit-Reform Raincoats'de- fy the elements lo spoil their good looks. They shed water like a duck's back, yet are light and shapely. They have smartness of cut and style which most tailors fail to materialize. That is why you ought to have a Fit-Reform Rain- coat. We have a wide range of patterns to select from. Rubber Boots and Rubbers galore. .Tust what you need for the muddy streets ine union and mere win DC a Dig time in Calgary those days. Very cheap excursion rates have been secured. The round trip from Lethbridge can In- made on commercial travellers" single fare rate, good going June (i. and 7. I'. V. Collins, editor of North-West Agriculturist, of conuiLions m LIU: omnium" West fw his journal. Tf the chief engineer of the C.r.R. wants to know the exact requirements of- the new bridge for resisting flood force, he ought to make hot haste to get here as soon as, possible Tie will have a practical demonstration tomorrow. For three days nothing has been done i Medicine IIa.t and except what the hotels found it ab- is well known in this rity. sohitcly necessary to have. The j The of thc city Cour. manager states that to wash fine t ice and McClure Stewart announce would mean that during, June, July, August and September, they will close their of- In yesterday's Calgary Albertiu there was a Macleod despatch savin that a man suspected of being im plicated in the murder of Constabl Wfilmett at Frank had been arrested at that point and important develop- ments wore forthcoming. The Herald representative in Mac- leod today made inquiries of the II. N.W.M.P. officials there and reports that they know, nothing of it and no arrests have yet been made. Then- is nothing in thc story. THE MEN'S WEAR MEN I or table their ruination. linen lie states that if the conditions do not improve they will have to close down. O U FOR ALL KINDS OF LUMBER j j Parflid Roofing ietaiiic j TAR AND BMLDfflG PAPER I C lime and Cement 9 U fices on Saturday at one o'clock p.m. T. G. Jamicson of Calgary, inspec- tor for the Alberta Pacific Elevator CQ., is in town. He snys that the crops will not sufTer any damage from the amount of rain that has already fallen. BIJOU PROGRAM. FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Mother-in-law is an Angel. Volunteer's Ttetrothnl. liberated Sonp. CIrnndfather's Kitten. Affinity. The Innkeeper. ALDERMAN WES MAKES A LUCID SPEECH (Continued from Front Page.) A. Frayne submitted figures differ- ing from Aid. Ivcs' regarding the number of North Ward ratepayers, i He had gone over thc 1907 assess- ment roll with a clerk in the office, and found that there were fifty'sixj residents of Xorth Ward assessed for i or over. 1-1 others livwl i south of the track, while :50 ratepav- ers wore non-resident, making n total of 100 ratepayers in Xorth Ward. After some rambling debate or. she whole favorable to tho bylaws, met- res, force inn in and rosorvoir ths meeting adjourned. SATURDAY BARGAINS Here you'll find a list of Bargains for Wed- nesday only that can't be matched elsewhere Ladies9 Waterproof Coats Regular 8 12 18 goods for u 4.00 5.00 10.00 WOOD FIBRE iml FOSTER Of PAWS CaS ai Get M moot, Track fart English Sherbet Makes a very refreshing: pleasing drink. 50c for Large Bottk -QUALITY i! J. J. Johnston Pn Money to Loan On Farm Lands W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands cind Lethbridge Properties XfMKlariZSMtM feck LETHBRIDGE: ALTA. THESE ARE BROKEN LINES Ladies' Dress Skirts A big lot of Fashionable Skirts, broken lines, and all styles of materials. About 50 Skijts in the lot. Reg. Skirts for 6.00 325 7.00 4.00 WANTED Stenographer and general office hand. Apply by letter to P. O. Box 646, Lethbridge. 436 25 Colored Dresses for girls, aged 3 to 7, special 50c White Lawn Dresses, I Ladies' Wash Skirts Navy and White also Black and White Dnck Skirts good full make and a genuine bargain at THE CASH STORE: A, Macdonald Co, At Good's Large quantities of fruit arriving daily, consisting of Strawberries, Cherries, Pineapples. Tomatoes, etc. RING UP 98 if you vant anything in this line, or anything in Groceries or Ice Cream and we will deliver the goods promptly. THE GOOD CO. 98 Eta's Tk Place U Get Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 WA-KO-VER FLOOR STAIN I is essentially a colored varnish of such remarkable tonghnew and elasticity. Although wood treated with it may deni under a blow, the finish will give with it without cracking. Any article finished with this stain may be washed with and hot water Sole AgenU HAYR BROS. Svcceuors to G. L. Vroomta Pkoae 75 ;