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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Unity to Utf K bus H. SKE1TH (Wtaf TEe e WfMY Fine Points often depends KiMort with the right ne and sharp, points thmt meet with a firm at the tip. Your should combine these points with sharp blades and accurate adjust- t; and they will if their unae is and Shears Vor 3? the standard of quality. The btst pocket knives for sjea are marked Keen Kutter. th eeotire Keen Ku Her line toeing sold under tfeisEiirk a ad motto: 9f Qvafitf Rtmains iMf Me frict The Electric Spnyer is the most practical ap- paratus for sprayingvParis Oreeii and other liquids. It is constructed of good quality tin, and the princi- ple 011 which ii 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 J.O. DiginbotaSCfl.lti. Family and Dispeusing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely t PHONE: 62 1 !SUNDAY WILL SOON BE HERE Get your supply of tab, Miguncs and WRITING MATERIALS at lOBERTSON'S BOfll STOIE 1st tor flf ViiMbik Phone 25! Store open Saturday nights Plain Facts CIH ANDDISTRIQ A high school is to be built at Me- dicine Hat right away. The change of programme is on at the Bijou again. Geo. Medicine Hat was an arrival on this morning's train. Theo Brahdley of Stirling was in the city last evc-nlfcg. G. G. Jewell of Jaffray, B. C., is in the city. E. T. McGregor, real estate and in surance agent, has taken a couple o rooms in the Uiginbothani block.- My worry is over. _. My.. scenes h. reached ine and I am able to give you something new tonight nt the A. Stevens. G. L. Froser of Colcman, mine su- perintendent for Uie International Coal Coke Company, is in the city in connection with the Royal Collier- ies mines, north of the city. There was a caucus meeting of Con servativcs held 'at the Balmoral Ho- tel last evening. Many a young man has been inter- ested in looking at R. A. Wright's window. This being June they can be excused as thoughts of Cupid oc- cur to many. Mr. Wright is showing rather a unique ad. Take a look at it. W. C. came from "Lethbridge yesterday morning und drove out to Josephsburg district where he holds meetings.. He was ac- companied by Hon. W. .T. Fiiilay .lames Rac and James dicine Hat Medicine Hat and Lethbridge play lacrosse here on Tuesday, June IGth. This will be the first game for the ClearingSale 0U bulbl Iirtu Pears is TartH Toni Citsup littk HIT Cms ftiepr, tettle tfc W.J. NELSON 1AY B OYS! I health and comfort if you invest in a pair Special Box Calf Shoes just purchased from a uianu- ntsisilr ImirA O dOtlJl U11X.L liLH .built but not for work, or Sunday wear: By clearing the lot, we bought ij; low but rather thin take the extra- pceter giving our friends the adyaritftge, sizes 6 to 10, worth Our price per pair........ forrthb CO. nail laite me extra- THE WEATHER Calgary, clear............ GO 40 Mucleoci, fair (58 50 fair 72 42 northwest winds. Cool and clearing. Saturday fair and a little warmer. The O Star FRIDAY SATURDAY ECIHLS Some one should be made to settle w-ith the boys who naturally are dis- appointed with the loss'of .their pets'. Still people will keep such miserable creatures around. PeopJe wishing to reserve seats for the Kilties Band Concert on June 25, can. do so by seeing, phoning, or writing Dr. O. J. Courtice, Whitney Jlock, Phone 255; Geo. Bannermstn, C.' P. R. Telegraph Office ,Phone 69; R. Davidson, Westminster School, phone 169 B, or O. D. Austin, Her- aid Office, phone I OS and 164. This year will again prove beyond the slightest: misgivings that straw- berries can be grown in this district to the best advantage. The outlook for a record crop is very bright. The fruit has formed, on the plants 5 is developing rapidly. This year the farm will have a large crop from their young plants. The Dairy Produce Co. have contracted-to'han- dle, these, and expect' to fill a large number of orders which of course wil' be placed with 'them. Last year: a berry grown on the Whitney farm was so large that it could .not b forced into a quart sealer without destroying the fruit. This distric can produce strawberries equal to an grown in U. C. or any other pltiefc We make a specialty doing our level best to supply onr customers with goods that will give abso- lute satisfaction. i PHONE 272 'FREE DELIVERY any time UhertaDngarilookCo. Prescription Specialists 1. 1, HftEY, I I Paroid: Roofing Will keep out rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT. ON YOUR ROOF NOW We hare it in stock in any quantity DeVeber Cup and the championship of the province. The Gas City bunch are said to be faster and better than last year and a good game will -be seen next Tuesday. On Tuesday night-next the devotees of the wrestling game will have ano- ther opportunity to witness a good match. Frank ilacdonald and George, the Greek are matched for a best three out of .five trial. Both are well known and the result is a matter of doubt as the men nre very evenly matched. The event will be pulled off at Oliver's Hall. The Y.M.C. rmd Press 'baseball teams meet tonight. This will be a fjvst game .as each are determined to win, the one to get even and the oth- er to keep its lead. Tatc and Pulley will ije on the firing line for the prin- ters while Gerholt and Hrandow will be the battery for the Y. M. C. Came starts at G.30. Ladies free. The football match that was to have taken place here last Wednesday between Macleod and the local Hang- ers will be played tomorrow (Satur- day) evening on the public square at seven o'clock, when J. H. Anderson, the honorary president of the Rang- ers will kick the ball off. This is an important game as the winners go in- to the semi-finals for the champion-- ship of the province and for the Ben- nett trophy. Wednesday night one of the many miserable curs in the city forced its way into the wire netting jn Percy Harding's rabbit in the North Ward and killed every one he 17 in all. It then not being satisfied did the sa'me stunt with a bunch of five ifertoltgUii; tit Tuutxtia TxiUMWurUl which he had just bought from Percy. Zeplijrs Umd Cotton Vailes it fnq Spot Check Cotton Voiles He forlSc 14c 16c 26c 28c 2fc a All White and Colored Muslin Dress Goods for Fri- day and Saturday at 20 per cent discount.: X BROWN CO, LTD. North WaM Good locations, down arid monthly H ALBERT E. 1-4.7 Summer 5' I ear far Men stock of complete of Island is in town Ko doubt P. V.. Collins' prediction will materialize and in a few years the fruit raising industry, will be re- ceiving attention in this locality. A secbn'd meeting of the Women's Relief Society was held last evening at the home of Mrs. .Chivcrs. The advisability of starting an employ- ment bureau under the auspices of the society was discussed, but lack of Hinds being a hindrance to any further work, it was decided to first ask the Choral Club to repeat their concert for the benefit of the society the ladies themselves undertaking the sale of tickets, etc. A few new mem- bers were admitted and as the socie- ty is undenominational, it-was decid- ed to ask any who are interested and willing to help Jn the work to send word to Mrs. Ingram, 'the secretary, find they will be notified when next meeting is to be held. PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY AXD SAT- URDAY AT THE BIJOU Picturesque Smyrna. Novice on Stilts. Skillful Policeman. Illustrated Kong. Statues' Night Out. The Ferryman's Daughter. Inter rime, Trad IM WpttJtlE 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 a little water to spare. J. J. Johnston Draffgirt -QUALITY QUARTERS- SNAP Owner leaving for the old country You can have ihe Yon can liave the fence You can have two acres of potatoes AH of which are on the 24 lots, at wilt only C. Avery today. P. H. :Bolan was assessed and costs for the usual. Dr. Mc'wburri' went to Granunv this morning on professional duty. ilr. and Mrs: lliunble of Bellevue are among the visitors in town. The O. W. Kerr. Co. took a car of landseektrs to Warner this morning. Jliss M. Buynton, St.-Mary's, Ont., guest of her sister, Mrs. W. L. St. The Convent Oiants again defeatci the Central School Sluggers last night, the score being 11 to T. iliss Maggie Guest, who has been pending a months in the" city, returned last night to her home in 'Manitoba. This .morning in, 'the police court, U. C. JMengc of Taber was fined ?25 and costs for soliciting real estate in the city without a license. The Herald was todivj- the thankful recipient of a nicely frametl collec- tion of photos of the Cameron Ranch the gift of the 0. W. Kerr .Co. The postmasters of the country have received orders to send mail to the Yukon at the'ordinary tar June 1st and these rates will pre- vail during the navigation .season. The A. K. T. 'run an extra to Milk River this morning! Thqy ?irc today working "cm the river and things arc better than they expected. It is probable that, a train will go through to Shelby >yf Sunday night. Gordon. Ironsides and Fares'of Win- nipeg this morning shipped eighteen carloads of cattle from Raymond to Winnipeg. Tluv' shipment included three hundred nnd six head that were bought from the Knight Sugar Co. Thos. Cave and Blain Tremble- ,of Westhope, N. D., werc in the city yes terday mid went to J3anff this niorn- ng. They .-expect to return in a few days, and buy-some land in this coun try which looks exceedingly good to them. T! S. Jackson, timekeeper for the C.P.R. shops 'hns been transferred to the new shops at Crow's Nest