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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta to LMB si Carted H. J. H. SKEITH mm THE ILACf TO ST A Y and For 37 years the standard of quality. The best pocket knives (or men aad women arc roarted Keen K utter, the entire Keen Xutter line being: sold under tbis mark and motto: The [tectricSprayer is the most practical ap- paratus for spraying Paris Green and-other liquids. It ia constructed of good quality tin, and the princi- ple on which it works IB of the simplest character BO that it never clogs but throws a very fine spray, thus making it economical to use. 75c Each We have now in stock PURE PARIS GREEN J. D. BigintotJiam 5 Co. Ltd. Family and Dispensing: Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk 0 f Quality Rtmains Long ftttr tin frict it We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. f Successors to Brodie Stafford 1J Hick Wakety PHONE Q2. I TheStoreofQMilfty I A Bitf Shipment of CIH AND DISTRICT Jardineires and 1 J arrived unexpectedly and must bOj cleared iu Weeks' hi PRICES NEVER BEFORE- HEARD OF Call and make earjyj tion W. J. NELSON PARASOLS Dresden Silk, Tdussa and Colored Silk HOSIERY Lace, White and Black r Fancy and Solid Colors G. H. Johnston New Stud 2 Doors East 'of Bijov COOL AND COMFORTABLE SHOES Just What You Need for iNs Neater fsssvysiissssaastSissKKt- Uthbridge CO. Get Beady tor Summer BASEBALL CROQUET SETS TENNIS and HAMMOCKS will now be in demand. Our stock is complete. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st tor lest of Oain Ink 251 1 J. G. Robertson is spending the week in Calgary. II. Stone, the Medicine Hat ran- cher, is in town. II. 0. iloore went to Eihnonton OIL a business trip this morning. C.P.K. District freight agent John Halstead of Calgary is in the city. John Taylor, of Girvin, Sask., has taken a position with the llick and Wakcly Hardware Co. Joe Carupo was assessed five and costs by Inspector West yesterday morning for being d and d. Two vags, Jos. I'otrie and John John Thompson were ordered out of town Monday by the Magistrate. Public School Inspector Brown oi [Medicine Hat arrived in the city last night and went south this morning. John Brown, a well known charac- ter was fined a dollar and costs by Magistrate" Humphries for imbibing too freely. Dr. O. 15. Weeks'of Cardston start- ed for his home yesterday with but faint ideas as to when, he will get there. The steam laundry is running again now that the water is fit to use. Pa- trons of the laundry will please re- member this. W. C. left last night far Medicine Hat. He is hblu- THE WEATHER Macleod, fair 70 55 Medicine Hat, clear 80 54 llegina, clear..................... 72 40 Lethforidge, clear............... 81 51 and wanner. >.Just ;A few of those 15-jewel watch es'left "at Tate's. R." G', formerly of Hamil-- THi ton; Orvti, has purchased the under- taking business of B. C. Moore and will add- funeral car ami 'olhe'r There Are Lots of ways toreiieve Headache One sure way is to take DR. COKE'S Headache Cure In less than twenty min- utes yon will have relief. Permanent relief, too, be- cause this remedy gets at the scat of the trouble and c-orrects headache in a natural way, PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Nterta Drag art Book Co. Prescription Specialists i. i, win, Np, inmiKE ing a series of meetings and cast of the Hat. Quarantine on the home oi A. Foster tras lifted today, the little daughter of the house having recov- ered from scarletina. The Dominion building is being ov- erhauled and changed. The whoie o the upper storey will be devoted to the land offices and the lower to the customs. J. Eochon is installing a large mo tor to furnish the power for making ice cream. This power will run the largest freezer made. Mr. llochoi says he can now'turn out 100 gallon Archie A. McDonald of Glcncoe. verness, Cape Breton, ing as to the whereabouts of .John A. McDonald, a blacksmith, who left Cape Breton in 1830, and ing two years in.. New Glasgow, came was last heard from in 1895. He is about thirty-eight years of age., John Thompson of Maple was caught emerging from a reight car yesterday morning. He ut up a tale of working for Cazier iros., having a wife and six children to., and was allowed to go by Mug- stcate Humphries. In the afternoon he was found lying in ,a lane drunk and hauled up again. This was .too much for him "O mister, twice in one lay too much. Let me go." He was eft over until this morning and scssed and costs or fourteen days.' P. English, and S. A. Trew of erbor, 'Ontario; 'have been'-1 m-'the city or several weeks nnd intend to go north in. a few days to- locate on iome land thej- purchased in'tl rigs to equipment! As soon as a 'suitable location has been; one ui the undci'tak- iiig purlons in vhe West will be erect- and a: white will .then be ailiJedSi'hicli will give 'one of the Liberals Win in (fertfc Brace (Continued from Front 100; A. Mahaffy, Conservative, Nipissinjr H. Conservative; S, A, C. Pratt, Conservative, N. Nor P. Innes, K. C., Conservative .small; E. Northumberland, 8: Nesbit Conservative, W.. Nortiiumber land, S.- Liberal -300; On North Ward Lbts Good locations, monthly' ALBERT E. IVES Im 2, Wm m night there what looks' at burglarizing jthe A'.-MJednaUl Co. storeriAbout i-.30v_a. Constable. Cribb was, making his .rounds with extra pro-1 caution, "as'lthe electric lights were T he notitetl that there was a pack f-. ing case .stackcxl up against the" back store which was brok- bf en. and Gus Neidig were nearby -at the time. Gus went for store.V Egau and Crtbh ville district. Mr. tEnglish Jias also purchased a lot in the North WardJ He is very much impressed with IA.I- berta. He came out from England in 1849 and settled in the township of Asphodel in the County of'Petcr- boro, and later farmed in the town- ship of 'Ennismore and the township of Emily, but has living retired in Peterboro for four years. The Cranbrook Herald says: Friends in Cranbrook who have heard from Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Atcheson have been informed that Mr. Atche- into the store and examined the pre- nothing missing." A sack of flour .under the window show- eel rootprintsrand an 'old pockelboijk containing-a -hobo -outfit consisting of a small piece of looking glass, some bachelor Buttons found. No otherj; could, .be Watch thes3 columns for the .open- ing date of the Bijou as my film ser- ies, has not reached me yet. Closed for tonight. O. A.; Stevens. Chos. Calder, Conservative, 300; uE. Ottawa; D. J. W. Ottawa, vA. E .Fripp, .Gpriservative; N. Oxford. >Dr. McKay, Liberal, 500; S. Oxford, T; P..' Mayberry, (Liberal olrJPeel, S. Charters, -Conser-. vative, 500; -N. Perth, J. Torrance, Conservative, 300; Si Perth, V. Stock, Liberal 1G; E. Peterboro, Jas. Thompson, Co 400; W. Pe- i -TIE. Bradburn, Conservative, 400'; Port Arthur, Mayor Carrick, Con- servative; 300; A. Phar- Edward, R. M. Nor in Conservative, Rainy. River, W. A. Preston. Conservative; N.? Reid (Liberal 132; S. Renfrew, T.'W. McGarry, Con-: v. i serv'ativQ, Russell, D. Racine, Liberal, Sault Ste. ,W. H- Hearst, Conservative, 300; C. Sira- coe, Thompson, Conservative, small, E. Sinicoe, J. eral, 25; W. Simcoc, Jas. F. Duff, Con- 600; Storniont, McCart, (Liberal Sudbery, F. Cochrane, Conservative, 600; Temis- 1111 in ill 111 i i m i i i i 11 i 11 i i-uii i i i i i I Roofing Will keep out rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW _. _ We have it in stock in any quantity Edras J. Gardiner was Monday raigncd before Judge Winter on the charge of defacing brands and steal- ing cattle. He was given tirr 2 to secure legal advice as to which court he would tried by. Miss Martin, teacher oi the Lon- don (Eng.) County Council School, was a visitor at the city school yes- terday. Kiss [Martin is taking a va- cation in Canada visiting the schools and is greatly pleased with the school system the schools and the teachers.; The Kailway and Press baseball teams play their postponed game to- night ,a 0.30. The boys have pro- mised to get around on time .so that the annoying delay will probably be overcome. These teams played a tie when they last met nnd tonight's game will be red-hot. Yesterday the death of Krs. Thomp son, wife of W. J. Thompson of the Taylor Milling Co. staff of this city, occurred. Mr...and -Mrs. Thompson came from OriJl-a, Ont., something I over a year ago on account of Mrs. Thompson's health. After spending a feu- months in Kamloops, B. -C.t they came to Lcthbridge Mr. Thompson has bocn working .for the ITnylor Milling Co. ever since. Mr Thompson accompanied the body last night to Orillia for burial. The body w.is embalmed cud the funeral con- ducted by ft. Cr. AoViisoTi, funeral di- rector. s0n- has leased a small ranch miles the city of Los Angeles] on which there are trees bearing or- anges, lemons, figs, grape vines "and raspberry bushes, Mr. Atchi- >on has started with two hundred chickens- and a cow, has also purchas cd a horse and buggy for cuUVcmciicu in going back and forth from the city They have r. comfortable cottage of and Mr. 'Atcliisbn will de- summer He has gained nearly twenty-five pounds in weight since leaving Cran- brook and has very much improved in health. I Inter CUU. a Lost on traffic 'b'rfdge a locket con- taining picture of. owner's wife. On one side the initials J. are en- graved on .the other "Ifrom the employees" of 1906." ReVur'd for re- turn to Mr. Porter, Arlington 152-0 Yon do not need to go thirsty when you can drink GRAPE JUICE No water needed We also have LIME JUICE 40c bottle in case yon have- J a little water to spare. j: J. J. JoHhston -QUALITY f Owner leaving for the old coiintry You can have the house You can have the fence You can have two acres of potatoes. All of which are on the 24 lots, at Cash Balance to suit W.R. DOBBIN Dealer iu Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. A. T% O SAFES We invite yon to call look over onr goods during the timet you' ire in Calgary enjoying the Dominion We will be represented there shoeing a com- plete line of Reduced Rates in Milli nery lor the remainder of tie season. Big the latest styles. See Windows samples of C( THE !W1DOW" Special rates qji this pbp'ulnr hat in all shades, white. a stylish hat if yon gettiiig one or wish another at small cost. BT in TT J. Shawj C....Wilson, (Conser- vative 400; D. 5 ry, (tlljeral" ur- yatiye PyiK0-'- W. T; God f rey, CohservaU ve, 500. Wfotesides: f CoiKcryatiye. J. George Conservative- Qtew Toronto A CJrawford, jCon- W- Coiiierwative (New Conservative E. Victoria, .J. i HOOTMONlf the Kilties i "--r E I.' Conservative 700; E.. Weii-1 Fireproof Safes Doors Safes etc. S. P. Conservative, 521; W. Wellington, McEwing, Liberal, "and pleased to into the mMter whether yon are desirous of purchasing at present or not. Out representativet in the booth will be Mr. J. A, sad W. E. Festherstone, who will gladly furnish jroo with catalogs, prices, on anything in oaf line that yon may require. Ford 8 fsatherstooe Offices M4 _ 55 Kkt Strtct WeH, HMilton, Oml. MI AkMAsltr WiMiftg, MML Did It Ever Occur to You the best goods are the cheapest to buy.- You ran no chances of getting goods .half spoi led' when yon deal at a place where only tne best of every thing is handled. If hure not already given ns a trial do so the time yon want Groceries or Frail. We deli ver prom ptly. THE GOOD W. Place Your Orders for DRAYINE FIUME I Satisfaction Guaranteed j J 44 IIMMtlM IM1111 M i 11 1111 M i f I i 1111111111 f M M 1 1 M MM MM f f We now hare complete stock of .1 Refrigerators ft ke Cream Freezers from 18.50 to Inspection invited BROS, "i ;