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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta iMty toUifi it Corral Bates H J. H. SKEITH (WtMj tlti) TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY It UHMji tte IKUI sharp, points that meet with a firm snip" at the tip. Your scissors should combine these points with sharp blades and accurate adjust- ment; and they will if their name is aa WttK Clarify the City Water in half- an-hour by the use of Alum Ours is Pure Scissors and Shears For 37 years the standard of Quality. The very best pocket knives lor men asd womea are marked Keen Kutter. the entire Keen Kulter tine being sold under (his mark and moito: KKH. of Quality At mains Aflff it Forgot J.D. Higiabottiara Sto.ltl. Family aud Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk Th< Star CITY AND DISTRICT We Sell for Cash The McKeown-tiick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford Hick Wakely PHONE: 62 I Bet Ready tor Summer BASEBALL CROQUET SETS TENNIS and HAMMOCKS will now be in demand. Our stock is complete. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st loor Vest of Unioa Bnk Phone 251 Capt. Worsley, was in the city yes- erday. The Owls did not ..hold their church parade ou Sunday night. Mrs. Vrooumn will not receive to day or again this summer. T. il. Twee-die, the Calgary lawyer, was 111 the city yesterday. Miss Patteson will receive tomor- row (Wednesday) for the last time this season. Mrs. Barford will not receive on Wednesday nor again during the sum- mer mouths. A tame canary escaped from the Methodist Parsonage ou Sunday. He- ward for return. St. Monica's Cuild propose holding a rummage salo twice a year in the spring and early autumn. The annual meeting of the Alberti Baptist Association commences in Medicine Hat tomorrow. Twelve new postoflkos were opcuei in the Edmonton postal division ii the month of June. Mate MofTatt has returned to the city from Cranbrook and taken a po sition in Utt's barber shop. Mrs. It. Sage has received word of the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. McLean at Fort Saskatchewan. The lacrosse match to have been played yesterday at Calgary between the team of that city and Lethbridge was called off. Premier Rutherford, of Alberta, is putting up a summer cottage on Tun- Inel mountain drive at 1 Cras and Canyon. I'assburg has been made a post of- fice and W. Kerr, the general merch- ant has been appointed postmaster. Trains do not stop but mails are ex- changed by means of equipment for catching the mail sacks by the trains II. E. Mieluich, proprietor of the Windsor is building a cinder sidewalk across the road from his hotel so that pedestrians can cross to witness the unloading of the steel for J.he bridge. Mr. Andrew Underwood and _ two children, of Lethbridge Altn., are vi- siting with his brother, Mr. Thomas Underwood, Arkwright. It is nine- teen years since he left Arran for the Leader. C. Smith of Rcgina, visited his father-in-law, A. H. McKeown, for a few days nnd accompanied him to the commercial travellers' meeting in Calgary. He reports crop prospects Mrs. 11. Morris will not receive again this season. Mrs. B. 11. Vuu Spankereu and hoi- son Henry of Pelhv, Iowa, are visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. Van Span- ker en, Jr. Mr. Bennett, of thu Bank of Mou- treul, met with a puiuful accident while out riding on his saddle horse. Jlis face was badly cut. Charlie White's outfit cannot get out to work but as soon as the tlood abates bo hopes to resume operations across the river. A number of people were boating ou the pond to the .south of the city yes terday. The small boy was also in his Thursday being the festival of St. Barnabas, there will be a celebration of the lloly Communion at St. Aug- iistin's Church at 8.30 a.m., followed by matins at The marriage of Mr. Charles Rich- ard Matthews ot Lethbridge, to iliss Marguerite Marie Van Hucke, also of this city will lake place at St. Aug- ustin's Church on the last Sunday in this month. Dr. Watson, government veterinary at the quarantine station drove ac- ross the tramc bridge yesterday in spite of the flood. It required a good deal of nerve and horsemanship to ac- complish the feat. Kev. C. W. Bishop, B. A., pastor of Wesley Church, Calgary, preached very acceptably in Wesley Church o this city on Sunday. His solo, "A dying Christian to His Soul" was greatly appreciated. 'Rev. Win. Reid left for Medicine Hat last night to attend the Baptis convention for Alberta which opens tonight, Mr. Reid is down for the first address, his subject being "Th Bible and Christian Living." All American and ex-Aiuerican citi zens are requested to be present at meet of the American Association o Alberta to be held at the city coun- cil chamber on Wednesday at 8.30. Don't fail to means you not the other fellow. W. 11. Dobbin, president pro tern. The Herald has had many difficul- ties in publishing for the past week. The telegraphic service most of the time, and in- cluding today, has been badly crippled. Yesterday the lack of elec- tric power compelled us to close down altogether. Very little is com- ing in on the wires today. THE STORE OF QUALITY This Sale won't last much longer. There are maps in all lines left yet, and if you bring us your money you can make it go at 10 per cent farther than eltewbere. Id Pitted Ckcrries, ref. 25c, MW pr tit 2Oc fort, 3 is., ref. 4fc 26c Peaches, 3 35c WapUfe's Prescnrbf Pem, Oast, ref. 4fe, uv 2 far 55c 3Oc bU StiuUrd kiit al iaran, ref. 15e per i., MW lOc Brail's Big 4 CtJee, ref. 40c per 1., MW 3Oc fcrfclib Sariiies, ref. 15c ead, uw 2 25c Pkkles, all kads, awajr MWL Crtckery still gtiif at Cast ad INK Ut4 Barfiks left THE STORE OF QUALITY W. JL NELSON COOL AND COMFORTABLE CANVAS SHOES Just What You Need for this Weather F. COW