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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ftttey rt bmft laics H. J. H. SKE1TH IBe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY h iTSUS SB rn> Fine Points Neatottt often dcpcadt oo aciiaors with the tight and sharp, points that meet with a firm VI f'jftip" at the tip. Your should combine V these points with sharp J blades and accurate adjust- meat; and they will if their Bane is mm Sctoorft Par 37 yean the tUndird of Quality. Tbe wy kaivet for men WMMB are marked Keen Kutter. entire Keen Kutter line being fold under nark and motto: MM KurrtR i; The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie A Stafford and Hick Wakely o PHONE 62 TteftetricSprijer is the most, practical ap- paratus for spraying Paris Greeii aud other liquids. It is constracted of good quality tin, and the princi- ple ou which it works is of the simplest character so 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 The Store of QuaJrty A Big Shipment ot Jardineires and arrived unexpectedly and must be cleared in Two Weeks at Mttte Prict JJJiginhotfcailCo.ltl Family and Chemists Telephone Resident Night Clerk I PKICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF Call aud make early selec- tion W.J. NELSON Get Ready tor Summer "CROQUET SETS TENNIS and HAMMOCKS will now be in demand. Our stock is complete. I RDBUTSOrS SOOISTDRE I 1st tor let af Uim lak Phone 251 CITY AND DISTRICT Wanted: boys to wear "Good's Delicious let Cream" caps. F. G. Waddington made a business trip to Calgary this morning'. H. F. Bryce, of Shelby, MouL, is in the city. T. 11. Davidson of Calgary is in the city for the day. Jas. Fiske. went to Calgary on local this morning. Mrs. W. C. Ives will not receive to- morrow nor again this season. Mrs. F. J. McKeown will not re- ceive tomorrow iior again this season Sir. Toule, brother of Mrs. W. C. Ives has taken a position with the Merchant's Bank. Hamilton aud Stevens opened their barber shop in the Dunbar building today. W. J. Williams will build a two-storey brick residence on London Road. Taul Audet has taken out a permit for a 51600 frsute house on St. beside his other new house. F. M. Young of the C.P.H. engin- eering stafl on the cut-oft went to Macleod this morning. Al. Morris of the Lethbridge Brew- ery staff went to High River this morning. Mrs. E. J. Hill returned Tuesday from Raymond xvhere she had a plea- sant visit with Mrs. Rivera. Win. Oliver has been awarded the contract to build the two-storey Hi THE WEATHER Edmonton, rain GO Calgary, rain 70 Mudeod, clear.................. 72 Lethbridge, cloudy 79 Medicine Hat, fair 7-i Winnipeg, fair 78 nnd Saskatche- wan, showery and cooler. Manitoba, warm and fair with loca! thunder storms. The St ar Plain Facts We mate a specialty of doing our level beat to supply our customers with goods that will give abso- lute satisfaction. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time i HherbDngaritakCo. Prescription Specialists 11, mn, Hp, LETWKE brick addition block. to the 'Conybeare Chas. Egan, Wm. F. Moellering and Geo. B. Siiupp "of Warner came in last night with the A. R. I. work ang. Gordon Wilson, the newly elected A. Forster, manager of the Medi- cine Hat planing mill and Miss G. Kennedy were married at the Hat last night and came up to the city this morning where they are spending their honeymoon. Railway men of the Crow's Nest line havr received word that as. a re- sult of the recent meeting of the joint Grievance Committee of the O. R.C. and B. of R. T. with the C. P. R., the conditions for the men have been bettered in so far that double- heading from Macleod east and west will be discontinued. Last evening in his room at the Arlington. Hotel, David Barclay met with a slight accident which howev- er, might have been worse. John Graham was in the room fixing a -22 rifle that a friend had returned in >oor shape. A shell was lodged in the rifle and in his efforts to dislodge it. it.went off, the bullet passing through the muscles under Barclay's right shoulder as he lay. on the bed. It is only a flesh wound and Dave says it will not keep him from ap- pearing at the smoker in the Labor Hall on Saturday. C. J. Gibbon of Goldbourne Valley, Paroid: Roofing Will keep out rain, no matter how heavy i: IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We have it in stock in any quantity Conservative M.P.P. for North Went- worth, is a brother of Superintendent Wilson of the R.X.W.M.P, Thos. Allerdice brother of Wm. Al- lerdice arrived on this morning's train from Manchester, Eng. Mr. Al- lerdice will reside in the city. Frank Macdonald and Georjj-j, the Greek of Calgary, have arranijed a wrestling match to take place on June 16th, in Oliver's Hall. The go is for three out of five. Rev. G. W.. Sicafoose, of Spokane, Wash., preached on Sunday lost nt the Huntsville School. Mr. Sicafoose is father of Mrs. W. W. Pierson of Iron Springs. Mrs. J. M. McCrackcn and her four children carne in, on this morning's train from Ireland to join her hus- band here. Mr. McCrackcn is manag- er of the grocery department of the Hudson's Bay Co. A. Easton is preparing to build a 25 x 55 brick worshop at the rear of his shop. The plans are to later build a two storey block on the pro- perty, the workshop being construct- ed so that it will carry another sto- rey. Much credit 5s (hie to the manage- ment of the IjethbrSdge.Iron Works for their assistance "in getting the pumps work'ing lost Tuesday. Being expert mechanics it did not take them long to right matters after they appeared on the scene. A special meeting of the Ancient Order of Foresters wiH be held to- night. High Chitf Ranter G. F. Butt will be present. A full attendance is requested. near Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is in the city visiting his brother J. B. Gibbon, while on his way Scot- land to visit his old home. Accom- panying him-is Mr. David Ewart, a retired farmer, now living retired in Melbourne. He is eighty-two years of age and is well known as the old- est Clydesdale breeder in Australia and has the honor of taking from Scotland the best horse that ever crossed the equator. He intends -vis- iting his home in Scotland, and will return to Melbourne by the eastern route. That the Women's Missionary So- ciety of Wesley Church is prospering was demonstrated at the convention held at Medicine Hat last week when they won the banner given to the So- ciety having the greatest increases in membership and givings during the year. Since the local society won this honor against all others in Sas- katchewan and Alberta they are to be congratulated. The banner was made in the mission schools of and it 'goes without saying that the material and workmanship is of the best. HUDSON'S DM CO. FRIDAY Bargains You do not need to go thirsty when you can drink GRAPE JUICE No water needed We also have LIME JUICE 40c botile in case you hare little water to spare. o J. J. Johnston k -DUALITY QUARTERS- Yew Will Save Dollars by Buying at this Store Friday Fine Table Linen In heavy unbleached quality. t It is a linen which will wear and wash splendidly, regular GOc and worth every cent of it 45c A Bargain in Corsets This Season's Corsets, straight front, Princess Hip with hose supporters, B. C. make, in white only, all sizes, our reg. line. On sale Friday.................................. 2688 Hip Misses' Tan Boots Girls'fine quality Tan Vici Blucher Cut Boots, good fitting, sizes 11 to 2 regular On Sale Friday per pair___... r JDOOIB. goou Women's Fine Boots Superior Vici Kid, Blucher cut, patent tip, three-quar- ter golosh, extension sole, sizes 3 to 7." regular per pair Friday.oaly.................... nt up, inree-quar- Ladies' Wash Suits' Made of good quality Chambry and Crash Linens, nicely finished with piping arid buttons, neatly made and will wash, about a dozen suits in the lot, worth from to Friday Sale LUOUB, neauy maue Beautiful White Lawn Waists. Allover Embroidery Front, finished with fine tucks and val lace, made of very tine lawn Our regular Waist On Sale Friday............... n vai lace, maue 01 White Lawn Shirt Waist Suits Waist trimmed with embroidery and val and tucked skirt, made with a plain flare effect and finished with a bias fold regular Suit Friday Bargain................. Hudson's Bay Co. COOL AND COMFORTABLE CANVAS SHOES Just What You Need for this Wetter F. COW A CO. North Ward Lots Good locations, down and monthly ALBERT E.IVES IM 2, Itor Itek PHONE Come to Lethbridge Races 1m Ml? Western Turf Auoeiatioa Meettmg Over 125 Race 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 seen for the first time in Southern Alberta NO DELAYS BETWEEN HEATS Special Rates on all Railroads of One and One-third Fures for Round Trip. Good going June 15 and 16, returning June 17 and 18. FOR FULL PARTICULARS WRITE A. R. McGUIRE, Acting-Secretary G. M. HATCH. -President OPEN-AIR CONCERT The city band will give an open- air concert on the Public Square Fri- day June 12th, commencing at 8 -o'clock, ..weather permitting.; -ThV following is the programme. March Made in Germany.. Alford Intermezzo Fairy Queou ____ Wenrich Irish Come. Back to Cpn- 'amera .Grey High; Pride .Heed The Golden West... Beyer Novelty Wfcd- 'ding Knot ..Turner Baritone Summer Breezes ____ 1. MackieTBeyer the Bleachers......Wooc .Mackie-Beyer Me Down to Situation WANTED as general servant. ply Box O, Herald. Ap- 153-1 FOR ONE GOOD' and 7 years old, scst'dou- ble harness. 1 heavy waggon; nearly new. Inquire at 616 Cutbill street for Henry Byer. 153-6 land .Allen High School Cadets ...Sou-; Love's Response. .Miller God 'Save the King DO British God Save tht? King. Owner leaving for the old country You can have the house You can hare the fence You caa have two acres of potatoes AH of which are on the 24 lots, at IS400, with only Cash Balance to suit W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. General Manager Bury, of the C.P. R., was in the city yesterday on his way west. Superintendent Lawrence- nnd District Freight Agent Halsteatl spent last evening city. Moellering nntl Mangin Warner, hardware dealers, have dissolved part ncrship and of Lcffing- woll Egnn has entered into partner ship with Mr. Mangin to carry On the business. The lake on Baroncss Head, west of the freight shed is causing a great deal, of difficulty to teamsters. Yes- terday, a wagon upset while the dri- ver -was endeavoring to keep as as possible on dry land. The lower wheels sank in the mud, upsetting the load. The teamsters arc com- plaining that the city shovild allow the to remain there when a few minutes work would drain the plnce. OF CANADA "Every little bit Added to what youVc got Maketx just a little bit more. With 90 Branches from Fort William to Vancouver, the Union Bank of Canada covers the West more thoroughly than does any other Rank, modern Banking facility offered to Farmers, Ranchers, Grain and Cattle Dealers and Merchants. Coflectioiis made. Money transmitted to any part Savings Department established at every Branch. starts an account. Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly LETHBRIDOC BRANCH: J. R. By dealing with us you can add just a little bit more to your savings at the end of every month than what yon have been used to. Try it for a month and be convinced that this is right. There will be no baseball game to- night but tomorrow night.- the Press arid Y.M.C. teams will meet. The Y. M. C. will make a big at- tempt at getting even with the Press who beat them when they last met. George Thompson, an employee of Janse Bros. MacDonnell, grade contractors today laid camplaint that someone had gone to the paymaster and drew his cheque for -The unknown party afterwards forged Thompson's name to endorse the cheque and got the money at the1, bank-. A fellow answering the cription given by the the b'ank clerk Is supposed to nave left town ,nst" night. THE GOOD GO. FREE ENTERTAINMENT The rain has ceased, the mud is dry, and the bridges repaired, but my express is delayed somewhere but the doors of the Bijou will be thrown' open to. the public, free tonight. Come and enjoy the evening the best you can even if it is something you have seen before. Yours respectfully', G. A. STEVENS. HOOT MON! i The Kilties I! AreComm' II JUNE 25 Mttf f MM MMMMf M Something You Must Have Doors, Screen lee CrtM We carry a complete line of thtte goods HAYR BROS. to O. L. V M.M MJMJMefc w ;