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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ?1NEST JOB PRINTING HERALD TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAV li LithkrUff Is tie UUU HOT! WHAT? Mechanics who can appreciate using the highest quality tools to purchase Keen flutter Goods WHERE? Only at the Hick Hardware WHY We are the sole agents and the Goods are the Best The Hick Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 62 Redpath Street P.O. Box 670 The Store of Quality -Just received Another shipment Limberger Roquefort Swiss and Stilton Cheese PHONE 21 Only OHIOH Grocery Stors IB City Preserving Pineapples Are now at their best. We are taking orders for these now Price for any size, from 24 to 36 m a case, 50 per case Strawberries an-1 Cherriea will be next THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY CITY AND DISTRICT D. A. McTCerricher, of Pincher Creek, i he newly appointed publk school inspector for this district, is in i he city. Tht.-1-e will he another one of thos (.-ht-yring jinenile baseball matches on the square tonight between the Red Sox and the Boys' Club of Weslt-y church. Buckley's dogs at the Lyceum per- form like human beings and without anyone on the stage to direct them. Certainly worth seeting. On Saturday at ten o'clock the death took place of William, the 2- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Singer after a sis weeks' illness from Bright's Disease. Mr. Singer was killed two years ago in a runawav. The child was cared for during his illness by his grandmotht-r, her moth- er being On homestead, thus maK- ing-...the circumstances particularly sad. The funeral will take place to- morrow morning at ten o'clock. J No Trick of The Toilet Can take the place of a .luxurious head of hair No person whose hair is thin and lifeless can be attractive. If your hair is not lustrous, Unify, and yon should use ZYMOLE HAIR FOOD Hundreds of Mosquito Victims are enjoying relief and protection from thes-- pests by using HIGINBOTHAM'S MOSQUITO OIL. Users are recommending it daily "Price 25 cents at THE WEATHER. KdiiR.nton, clear ___ GS 40 .00 lied IWr. clear 60 44 .14 fair 05 42 .00 ililiri'igc. tair 50 .00 cirar 74 43 .00 Tiu- woatlu-r has continued very warm in British Olumbia but has c. in prairie: In sonu- p-rts of Saskatchewan ManitMba liii-rc lia.s bct-n registered leinpi-raiurtfs in tho thirties during ik? night. Forecast Fine and warm today and Tuesday. Two fine lots, near Mills, nortli of Oofferin Street, J for only each, for quick sale, Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block One hundred acres, 2J from town, all irrig- able and fenced. A snap that will not last. The llberta Securities Limited successors toiiM Realty co Comer Round and Redpath Streets Telephone 141 Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 49. Night clerk. to vitalize and stimulate and fertilize your scalp. t Slberte Drug and Book Co. Prescript JOB 'I. H. 8TO, Mgp. lETINIIBE Mr. and Mrs. .James Tasker, and j daughter Miss Ruth, of Stavely, are j-visiting city, the guests of A. L. Poster. I The ventriloquists, in their j comedy sketch, "A Quiet Evening at j Home." This is a scream. Lyceum i tonight. i Dr, McXally and his bride arrived j in the city last night. Dr. and Mrs. j McNally are staying at the JLeth- bridge Hotel for a few weeks. When addressing Ivnox church S.S. on Sunday afternoon Supt. J. r jHiginbotham made a brief reference jto his recent trip when he was in' fourteen different countries and under eleven different flags. He showed the! scholars a little red flower plucked i from Golgotha and promised at some j time in the near future to give then: a talk illustrated with lantern views j and curiosities during his trip. He! !expressed his thanks: at once more back at Knox church S.S. and I reminded the scholars of the old penter shop where the S.S. ust-d'to'1 meet quite different from the line new building. Well, here you are! Just what you want! Forrester and Lloyd in high! class refined comedy. .Kollins and Klifton, the celebrated banjo team in high class selections and and beautifully colored pictures at I the Eureka tonight. j CITY AND DISTRICT. There will be an extra shoot of tht- Gun Club today. S. R Mitchell and F. E. Gardin-r .spent Sunday: at the Crow's Xest. Will pay per acre for breaking. W. R. Dobbin. 154-3 Mrs. Champriess will receive on Tuesday evening instead of Tuesday afternoon. Howard Case and Co. received, a supply of baseballs for the league games this week. Miss B. K. Harrison spent Sunday with Miss McKenzie tmd Miss Wash- ington at Chin. District Court sits -tomorrow to try a wages case transferred from the police court. H. E. .Robinson has taken out a permit to build a residence on Brunton street. The Good Co. have added another brand new -delivery- rig to their equipment. They are determined to stay with their motto, "prompt de- livery." W. A. Buchanan, left on Saturday afternoon for Saskatoon, I being a delegate of the local; Board of Trade convention held .in that city this week, _ The fire brigade have secured as a mascot a fine bull a present i from E. J; -Broad. "Tige" is quite a ladder, his he has a b.ack eye. The boys are getting a dandy collar and uniform for their favorite. Tige was quite dignified as he stood to be measured for his uniform which is being made by Kingston the tailor At the of the .Mission Band EARLY CLOSING During the summer months our store will close at 6 p.m. Buy Early Save Money and Go to the Ball Game Be a good sport. You can get your supplies at Robertson's Book Store New Whitney Block CITY AND DISTRICT The contagious diseases are now under control. This month there have only been three cases of German measles and nothing else. T. R. Wigmore, publicity agent for the Calgary Fair, is in the city. He is enthusiastic over the prospects of the fair this year. The fair will have the very best attractions that have ever been seen in Alberta, iocluding the JNTavassar Ladies Band of New York, a sensational loop the loop act by American girl motor cyclists, ex- cellent racing the C. W. Parker shows, the famous fair com- edian, Bube Shields. Sixty thousand dollars will be expended, of which is for prizes and purses The historical pageant held last year at the Dominion Fair. will be repeat- ed this year on. a much larger and more brilliant scale. The space in the large industrial building, which the management were doubtful about filling before the Dominion exhibition has al ready been taken for this year's fair. The district collective exhibit will again be a very important fea- ture of the exhibition. The fair will The Turpin Furniture Co. have just placed in stock a fine line of children's hammocks. Warm Weather Shoes In white, brown and gray Canvas Oxfords for Ladies; white Canvas Oxfords for Misses and Children, and white and brown Oxfords and Bals. for Men. We also have tan leather Sandals. All sizes from chil- dren's up. Hosiery to match. You need them now THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON COW FIVE RESIDENCE LOTS ON STREETJI50 EACH I ALBERT E. IVES, WILLIAM BLOCK 297 FIRE Chving to the unfortunate scorching which we got, it will be a day or two before we are open for business. Mr. McKeown has temporary office next door south of Herald Office. THE McKEOWN HAROf ARE CO., LTD, 1 JS A BIG SNAP Improved farm 12 miles from Lethbridge and 1-2 mile from Jet. of tin- new Calgary cut-off. For quick sale will sell for PER ACRE Freeman, Maeleod Graham Phone 173 Money to Loan P.O. Boi 679 Dr. Condell, for a short time a re- sident of Lethbriage, has been ap- >ointed to the medical staff of Bran- don general hospital. of Wesley church held rhe following ofliccrs were elected for the !be opened Monday morning, July 5, ensuing year Minnie Jud- 'and close Saturday evening following son; vice-president, Florence Fisk i The Maniiooa Bridge andiron! secretary, Carrie Took; treasurer, j Works, of Winnipeg, has secur-! Jennie King; pianist, Margaret Fos- j ed the contracts for the structural: ter asst. pianist, convener of iloral .Stella Brown committee, Eva- dine Judson convener look-out :com- mittee. Florence Campbell. The band will hold a picnjn next. Suturdav af- ternoon, meet three o'clock. A full turnout of the Haiti I" is expected. The Dale Sister made a hit in Ed- steel and iron required in the follow- ing named buildings, -during: the past three weeks block for Messrsv Cross and Counsell; store for C. Metcalfe twenty sta- i SPECIAL CUT ON SUMMER FOOTWEAR trirls' White Canvas Oxfords, Spring Heel, Sizes 8 to 104.................per pair White Canvas Oxfords, Sizes 11 to 2 ............................per pair 31.25 Ladies White Canvas Oxfords, Sizes to 7............................per pair Men's White Canvas Oxfords, Sizes 6 to 11. ..............................per pair SI.75 Men's White Canvas Shoes. Blucher Cut, Sizes 5 to 11..... ............per pair Child's Sandalls, Sizes 4 to 7........per pair .75 Girls Misses7 8 to 10.per pair to SI.25 11 to 1....... per pair SI 50 Men's, Ladies' and Children's Tennis Shoes, Tan Shoes, etc., in great "Variety at reasonable prices HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY at the parsonage irt turn buildings tor the National Trans LOTS 25ft. and 30ft. frontage on London Road North side, near Bartlett Street Terms one-third cash, bal- ance 6 and 12 months Offices to rent in Bryan Block. The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block PHONE 425 P.O. BOX 261 monton last week and are certainly well worth seeing at the Lyceum to- night and all this week. YARDS OF LUMBER i? the daily product of a good saw- in ill; of lumber" roach our lumber yard day. Builders I'-okin.u' aroiiud for A SELECTED STOCK OF LUMBER j find it yard. Get estimates! where but give us. the K' J- business. Figure it out and observe; the saving. Rogers-Cunningham i Lumber Company Ld: Phones 23, 123 and 321 Pure Paris Green Guaranteed Government Standard 35c Ib. J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist continental Railway Power street mission; f-esidence foe C. W. Allen j warehouse for A. R. Williams Ma-j chinery Co.; "extension to Farmer's! Advocate building apartment 'block for F. H. Scholey Fork river bridge j station lor the Can- j adian Northern Railway 100 steel stacks for the city of Saskatoon Bank of Montreal new building apartment block for new building for Mackay, block j Shaw ami Cooper block Edmonton, new convent building. Jaw. Y.M.C.A. new building; fire hall new block for J. A. tirayson new llobinson block. Prince Albert, new building for the Agnew Bros.. Hardware Co. Medicine Hat. new high .srhool building. Besides j the above, orders have been secured jfor the complete power transmission jnstallations for 22 grain elevators and a large order of mining equip- ment including cars, rails, etc. This progressive company is making ex- tensive additions to its plant, and it is expected that the volume of busi- ness w-11 be largely increased before the end of the season. Stafford-Hgnew Co. "If you live out ol town write STAFFORD-ROBERTSON- Married June 7 in First, Presbyter- ian church, Vancouver, F. C., by Rev. H. W. Frasor, Catherine, youngest daughter of ft .R. Woir, to James W. Stafford, of Ltithbridge. Well Casing We have just arrived 67000 feet inserted joint, lap welded, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 inch inside measurement Gasoline, Kerosene and lubricating- Oils (whole- sale only) our special line Prompt Delivery Get Our Prices Western Canada Agency Offices, Macdonald Block s Buys .two lots on the water main near new stand pipe. TERMS L. S. R1PLEY TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Bifck Duff Addition LOTS At Reasonable Prices and on Easy Terms See R. V. Gibbons LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 222 OH IIOCK Jj A HURRY UP SNAP Lots in River View each. Not in coulee. They are high and dry W. R. Dobbin Phone 122 ;