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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Hmy U it Cmrt totes H. J. H. SKEITH ptey HKfc) THe e THE PLACE TO STAY utoN ni mi ma Points a depends h the right sharp at the tip. Your should combine points with sharp blades and accurate adjust- ment; and they will if name is ScUsors and Shears For 37 the standard of quality. The very txst pocket knives for tcea ud women are marked Keen Kutter. the entire Keen Kutter line being sold under this mark and motto: 'TAt Htcetlectioa of Quality Htmains Long tfitr tht Prict it We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE 62 IheEtectricSpnyer is the most practical ap- paratus for spraying Paris Green and other liquids. It is constructed of good quality tin, and the princi- ple on 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. ?5c Each We have now in stock PURE PARIS GREEN J.OJptottaiiSCfl.Lti. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT Even-one is going to the races. Two of the best scenes ever shown are on at the Bijou tonight. Mrs. Ualbraith will not receive on Monday nor again this season. The friends of Herbert Savory sill to know that his father died The Store of Quality Sabrty Specials at mr ClearingSale Tiftw.Pttrs fe Zftfttc TirtH Fades ft, til ttc Smith's TM Catsif bttk, 2ftr4k Finn CM, IfrHc U Cms per tetflt 15s ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital...............w........... Betervc and .Undivided Profits.............. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President ill Cndurjr rt faej fads it tat W. J. NELSON Sir B. Montagu Allan s> President C. B. Hosmer, Esq., .Thos. Long, ,C, F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays, Alex. Baruet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden..........................General Manager -The Bunk has 110 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada.' New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- lion" is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year; Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates Just What You Need for this Weather F. CO. Uthbridge LETHBRIDGE E. W. McMULLEN, Mistier Every SUNDAY WILL SOON BE HERE Get your supply Books, Magazines ami WRITING MATERIALS at ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Doer Vest of Union leak Phone 251 Store open Saturday nights recently in England. The Lethbridge City Band will dis- pense sweet music for the big races on June IGth and 17th. THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 58 84 Lethbridge cloudy 61 43 Medicine Hat, fair ......-......58 40 Winnipeg, cloudy............ 70 4.4 Bulletin From Central Oflicc Showers of rain have fallen In uor- thcrn and eastern Saskatchewan. Else where in {he prairie provinces the weather'has been fair. It has turn- ed quite cool with high winds through out nearly all districts. strong north- J. P. Hobisnsoii arrived from Tor-1 wegt willdSf coid and showery today, onto a few days ago to take a posL- Sunday fair and cool. Alberta, fine and warmer today and Sunday. Violent Purgatives Outrage the Bowels Don't use Violent Purga- tives. Use our TABLETS It is the only safe way to cure constipation and give health and strength to the entire body. They stimu- late and assist the natural action of the stomach, liver and kidneys. PHONE 272 i FREE Anywhere, any time Uberta Drag and Boot Co, Prescription Specialists 1.1, liFLET, LETttillBSE Uon in N. T. McLeod's office. June brides should ensure their fu- ture happiness by gluing their wedd- ing invitations printed at the Herald otlice. The Tun" Club have spared neither time nor expense and have the track in the pink of condition for the, big meet on June 1G and 17. The funeral of a Chiuaman named Yee Yung took place yesterday. The deceased was ill only a few days and came up from Taber for treatment. The public can. depend on good square racing June 16th and 17th with such men as Col. H. J. Mackic and Mr. A. S. Howman in the stand assisting Professor Starling, judge. The pastor, Rev. J. M. Harrison, will preach at Wesley Church tomor- row morning and in the evening Rev. Mr. Fortune, secretary of the Temper ance and Moral Reform League will preach. Lethbridge Derby, always'a good one, has a large list of Mrs. R. A. Wright leaves tonight for Sarnia, Ont., having received news of the serious illness of her fa- ther. Mrs. Wright expects to spend about three months at her home. Mr. Wright will accompany her as far as the Hat. D. E. Hunter, of Dayton, 0., and O. C. Hunter of Chicago, III., arriv- ed from the east last night. Tomorrow's services in the Baptist Church will be held at the usual hours, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The Pastor of the Church. Rev. Wm. Reid will preach. Evening subject "Buried by fear" Everybody is welcome to these services. Hymn books and seats for all. The High River Times says: Mr. Gilbert, from out east of High River has carried away the honors by ducing the largest hen egg ever in this locality. The egg is perfect in shape and measures 9J x 7 inches and may _be seer, at the Times office. Mr. Gilbert certainly holds "a vaster epg than has been." The open-air concert last evening on the square by the city band was attended by a large crowd. The play ing of the band showed a marked im- provement on the previous perform- ances, and the programme was much appreciated. After the concert the band attended the Bijou on the invi- tation of the proprietor, G. A. Stc- The O Star re- ot Louis Galer of Blairmore is in the city, C. T. Harris returned from Calgary Inst night. C. Mair went to Calgary this mor- ning to spend Sunday. -Ernest Luycock, of Regina, Sask., arrived in the city last night. E. J. Skelton, of Walkcrtou, Ont., is among the visitors in the city. The races on June 1G and 17 will be the greatest ever seen in Southern Alberta. The Salvation Army will serve luriT cheon at the Barracks next Wednes- second day of the races. The proceeds will go to aid thg band fund Six good races each day. class will bo tilled. John Smith loaded up with booze last night, and Magistrate Humphries relieving him of Si and costs this morning. D. L. DarrtK-h, of Calgary, arrived in the city last night and will remain hero over'Sunday. He will drivo north on Monthly to see some land. The Rev: Ct. W. Fortune, the secretary of the Alberta Temperance and Moral Eeform League will preach in the Baptist Church tomorrow uf- ternoon 4 o'clock to men only. Last night Chief Gillespie on ceiving word irom Chief English Calgary arrestal a man named Albert Forsyth, generally known as Rip, on a stealing a horse and buggy at Calgary on May 23. The city will in a few days call for tenders for pulling clown the fire hall to prepare for the erection of a new building. The new hall will oxtcnd the full length of the 'The brick in the wall will be used in the new building. Seven horses will face the starter in the 2.24 pace or 2.19 trot. The" time for the Calgary locml Ttas Ixjen changed so as to leave here'at one o' tlie afternoon, return- ing at five minutes past flvo. The other trains run on the. same time- No's 5 and-6Miave had their numbers changed -to No.'s 21 and 22 respec- tively. Z HON. T. BALLANTYNE DYING Toronto, Juno Thos. ,Bal- lantyne, ex speaker ol the Ontario legislative assembly, "the grand old man" of Perth county and widely known through his connection with the cheese on his deatl bed and the end is only, a question of a hours; His sons, Adam, To- ronto; Eev. Prof. Ballantyne, of and Alexander, of Brantfdrd have been summoned. 3 LOTS ON BOMPAS, below Round Street, down balance 6 months ALBERT E. WES lonZ, OUier Uri CASTING VOTE DID IT St. Hyacinthe, P. Q., June returning officer has-declared Joseph Morin- Liberal, elected to the pro- vincial legislature by a majority of one over Henry Bourassa. v FOOTBALL As was mentioned- in yesterday's Herald, the match with Macleod wH take place tonight, on the square, kickoff-at 7 o'clock. Don't forget this A qualifies the winners to play Calgary, during the Fair and of course .everybody wants Lethbridge to have that honor, so roll up and by y-yoiir support. The baseball match scheduled for Y. M. C. and The new instruments will arrive next Tuesday between the r, ___ _ -it Railwav loan-is will Iv Paroid: Roofing Will keep out rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We have it in stock in any quantity V Into Ci, lit week. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., will make a public presentation oi the new instruments to the members of the band some time towards the end of the month. The first lacrosse match of the Dc- Veber cup series be played at the Athletic Grounds on Tuesday, June IGth, between Lethbrjdge and Medi- cine Hat. The game will commence at G.30. The teams are evenly match- ed and the game will undoubtedly be a close oac. The Hat team are- out to win the cup but the home team feel that it will not go east. This will be one of the best games ever played in the city so do not fail to see it. All track records for Alberta are sure to go to pieces in the big Free for All Trot or Pace. Some time ago the following read- ing notice appeared in a newspaper as a practical joke on Mr. Brown who, however has suffered consider- able annoyjance us a result and he wishes to say that there is absolutely nothing in it. The article read as follows: One of those pleasant events look, place -in Cnlgary on Sunday, when W. O. Brown, formerly of Lon- don, England, but now of Lethbriilge, and Miss Irene Lake, of South Dako- ta, .were united in marriage. Don't forget there arc no be- tween heats. The new electric start- ing gate docs away with the delays. PRESS NINE BURIED DEEP (Continued from Frocit Page.) The Press are undaunted still and are out to give the Y. M. C. the time of their lives when next -they meet. The score: Railway teams will be played on Mon day night so as hot to clash with the lacrosse match that evening. The Railway bunch are gettimg up a team that crimp the as- pirations of the Y. M. C. and a hot game will result. The announcements" arc out for the wedding of Ed. Jarvis of the Hud- son's T3ay Co. staff and Miss Maud Davis, head dressmaker, with tho same company. The ceremony will be performed at Knox Church next Monday evening. The Clerks' Union will attend. Both the young people arc popular in '.hi city imd have the sincere good wishes of many friends. Press I-Icnnuber 2b. Pulley .c. Brown J. 3b. Nicholson, Ib. Davies s.s. Mavcety, c.f. l.f. Conway, r.f. Tate, p. AB R H PC" A E 2 0011 Gome to lethhridge Races June 1i aril? Weitern Canada Turf Association MeetUf Over 125 Race Horses, representing the best stables of Oregon and California, together with many local 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 HFATS Special Sates on all Railroads of One and One-third Fares for Round Trip. Good going June 15 and 16, .returning June 17 and IS. FOR FULL PARTICULARS WRITE A. R. McGUIRE, Acting-Secretary G. M. HATCH. President Take n. couple of afternoons off and go to the races June 16 and 17. TTVO of the best subjects ever pro- duced will be seen at the Bijou to- one, A Mnn on Stilts, is very Inughable, the other, entitled "Fer- ryman's who has two lov ers. One commits suicide and the lady attempts suicide by drowning nnd is rescued by the other lover enrl it all ends very happily sucfc sto- rk-R do. You do not need to go thirsty when you can drink GRAPE JUICE No water needed We also have LIME JUICE 40c bottle in case you have a little water to spare. jj J. J. Johnston -QUALITY QUARTERS- Owner leaving for the old country You can have the house Yon can have the fence You can have two acres of potatoes All of which are oh the 24 lots, at with only Cash Balance to snit W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Hid LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Permits For New Buildings Building permits have been taken out during the past- few days for the following V. Cropley, frome dwelling; 'A. Macdonald Co., brick -store and offices Pub- lic School Board, brick school 000; Paul Amiet, frame dwelling W. J. Williams, concrete block residence on London Road, Y. M. C. McKenzie, E..I. Brandow, c. Wray .Ib. Johnstone 'r.f. Moore 3b. Robinsort 2b. Green s.s. McKcnzic, W. Clark, p. AB R H PO A .E r.f. 522010 0 5336 1 5 0 -1 11 0 010 3 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 HOOT MON! i The Kilties H AreComin' i! JUNE 25 42 13 15 24 0 0 2 0 9 2 By Y. M. C. Press Summary: 2-basc OGO 220 000 100 1 hits, Brandow, Can This Report Be Correct? Reports come to the city of the state of affairs with the railways in Montana, a result of the It is said that the.Great Northern'rail- way is keeping twenty-five thousand people at different points in the state whoro tlify are stuclc. t-irtl ;tt Catbank, east of Shelby. Johnston; hits, Brandow; baso on balls off Tate 1, off .Clark J; struck .out "by Tate 5, by Clark 5; hit by pitched ball, Hennuber; louble play, Wray unassisted left on bases. Press 1, Y. M. C., 5; stolen bases V. M. C. 5; time 1.40; attendance .ISO; umpire Graham. CFTY LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P.C. V. M. C. 21 .607 Press 11 .500 A. R. I. 01 .000 NERVATOR A pre-digested nerre tonic put up in chocolate coated, tablets, an absolute cure for allNERVOUSNESSfrom whatever caused. One treatment, Not sold in drug stores but direct from Canadian Sales Agency IS IBIMS Court, VMCOQTCT, B.C." Hood River-. Strawberries W-. D. Neil, of Calgary, formerly C. P.R. telegraph operator at the local up-town office, in the city last nigbt on a brief visit. The finest berries grown, arriving fresh every day. Also pineapples and new cabbage. For delicious Ice Cream try Good's. Unsurpassed in quality. Sold in bricks or in bulk. Any quantity delivered to any part of town. THE GOOD CO. Miss McLcod returned from Maclecxl last night. STRAYED One black maro, small star on forehead, small and chunky, fat, about ten years old, had a new halter and picket rope attached. One grey horse, 10 years old, not quite so fat as the black marc, and had an old hal- ter on. These horses broke away from the ranch of Pctor Skyonsburg, 25 mil- es north of Lethbridge on Juno 12th, 1909. J55 6 This clothing ia the result of years of constant effort to pro- duce a garment perfect in every particular. It is a Trraaffc IA Scieace of I Every garment is hand moulded, thoroughly stayed and I and oaly the best jr.aterials used in its constrnetion J TTIPT1} STTAPF. I I THEY HETAIN THEIR SHAPE ASK IF ITS A SOVEREIGN E. 3ANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. LM OXT. 266 Something You Most Have Doors, lee Cream Freezers We carry a complete line of these goods HAYR BROS. loG. L. Vrromta pkoM 79 ;