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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Itaty n UM 1LJ.H TKe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY to t Utfcttp tta KIM Fine Points Keataett often depends on MtMori with the'right and sharp, points that meet with 4'firm t'snip" at the tip. Your should combine points with sharp blades and accurate adjust- t; and they will if tbtir name is mi WttR and Shears For 37 years the standard of quality. Tbe renr best pocket for men ud ire marked Ketn K utter Ihe entire Keen Kutter line behie sold under this mark acd cot to: flecolftction Quality Remain tftir the Prompt [Mm Against the bites and annoyance of Mosquitoes, Flies and Gnats and other winged pests is Nyall's Mosquito Lotion Absolutely Harmless For sale by Family aud Dispensiug Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk CITY AND We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHONE How About It Now is the time to get your Hammocks met Sets We have them at all prices 1st Boor Vet nf Unian bik Phone 251 The Store of Quality Just 20 Toilet Sets left at 20 per cent off sel- ling price About 40 pieces Rozane Ware to clear at in- voice price Now is the time to get jobbihg prices on odd pieces. Must be cleared out iu ten clays Announcement THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair O'i 40 Calgary, clear 72 44 Lethbridge, fair 78 49 Medicine Hat, clear............ 74 50 Regina, cloudy 78 52 The weather through the prairie provinces has for the most part been fair and warm. Some light showers are reported in 'parts of Manitoba and northern-parts of Saskatchewan iid Alberta. few scattered showers .but for the most part fair and moderately warm. THING NEEDS Oar stock articles for the comfort of tourists or those taking Holiday Trips j is beyond anyfchirig 3'oti could imagine unless yon come and see. Let tis fit. yon out and fill your bag with the necessary medi- cines and toilet requisites before you leave. PHONE, 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Prescription' Specialists i. I, ItnET, Mgr, LEIIIII8EE T. J. O'Brien of Itaynioud was in the city last night. luey of Cardston came in on the locul lust evening. Plans are now being prepared for he public school building ut C'oal- ale. It will cost THE STAtt TfcftEA'rKLE. K. J. Collings, ollicial court stcnog apher left for ilacleod and Frank his morning. Miss Berkinshaw, who has been the guest of Aliss Dixie Wilson, returns o Calgary on the afternoon's train. Railway VF. Hress basebaii matcn, Athletic Park tonight at 6.4o. Winner eads the league. The Epworth League of Wesley hurch wiil hold a strawberry social on the parsonage lawn on Monday evening, June 2yth. L. P. Tuff brought into the city this morning a sample of fall wheat jartly iu head, measuring 3 feet 8 in- ches. Mrs. F. L. Hammond is coining from Nelson, B. C., on tonight's train to visit her parents, Major and Mrs Burnett. Corporal Harper took the inanFor- syth, known as Kip to Calgary thib morning, lie is wanted for stealing u horse and buggy. The first mail for many days came in from the south early this rnoWing. The Great Falls papers from June 5 to 15 came all in a bunch, being held at Coutts. Pincher Creek baseball team will be here tomorrow night to play the lo- cal team in the Crow's Nest Pass League series. Pincher plays in Mac- couples .bting pre leod today. Fast'ball is being play- cd in-the Crow League games and the game tomorrow will likely bo a strong fight. THE STAR THEATRE. R. Carmichael of Strathcoua ar- rived in the city last night to take the position of night operator at'tha up-town office to take the place of operator McGillvary who goes to Cal gary. Mr. Carmichael is a baseball player and has already signed with the club. C. B. Bowman, secreturj- of the Public School Board has received from Senator DeVeber a full set of coins from the new Canadian mint to be used in the laying of the corner- stone of the new Central School. The coins are daintily arranged iu leather case. Vincent, of Spokane, brought a car of horses here for the races. While unloading them a shunting engine struck the car and threw the horses in a heap at one end of the car and several were hurt. A claim was made upon the C. P. II. and while damages are being adjusted, the railroad is keeping the horses at Whitney's liv.ery stable. Waddington Wish to inform the reading pub- lic of Lethbridge that they have purchased a library, the property of a gentleman living in Calgary. A quantity of the books have already been sold, but the re- maining portion will be on sale at their store, 410 Round Street, On Friday Next, June 19th The volumes are mostly in new condition and include works by the most notable novelists and writers, as CbOL AND COMFORTABLE CANVAS SHOES Just What You Need for this Weather K. COW A CO. UthbrWge Mark Twain Marie Corelli Hirold Begbio Olive Schreiner Charles Dickeiis John Oliver Hobbe Shakespeare Disraeli Lord Byron Thomas Hood Robert Burns Wordsworth Oliver Wendell Holmes, etc. F. E: Mason is in Winnipeg on bus- iness. J. A. Jocheu, the Warnjer merchant is spending the day in the city. The Manitoba University Matricu- lation examination reports show that Misses Edna and Etta Henderson, daughters of Mayor Henderson, have been successful again. The former took'high, standing in Part I Matri- culation with first class honors in Latin, Algebra, Geometry and Eug- lish Grammar. Miss Etta took her Part 11 with equally high standing, number with the standards of the The Herald extends congratulations. states rising'here: and there abovethe Miss Etta will attend university this turblent sea of hends. The points of The prices will vary from lOc to An opportunity that should not bfe missed for .furnishing your bookshelves with high-class lit- erature. SACRIFICE: of toU just east of format Price PrwcMt Price each ALBERT lou link PHONE: Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lits Nortt of to Eailroad aad Itest of Kcstiiister li FROM A m EACH Also a few Adrc Lots East bf Westminster Road, each No Nominations At Chicago (Continued from Front Page.) number with the standards while Edna will spend an- other year at Havergal College, Win- nipeg. THE STAR THEATRE. The public ball at the Bijou .last night was certainly a hummer. Ideal music, ideal floor, -together with the beautiful evening went to make up one of the most enjoyable evenings ever spent at-.the Bijou, about fifty couples .being present. We also note electric fans which is decidedly a. great improve- ment as the warm weather approach- es. Mr. .Stevens is certainly to be congratulated on the way he carries on .his improvements for the benefit of the general public in his place of amusement. Come out and see for yourself the .improvement these fans vantage, immediately' ia front were held by York, Pennsylvan- Indiana and Wisconsin, each hay- ing a further back were arranged the other states and territories, Hawaii, Porto Rico, the Philippines and forming the outlying fringe of. the of- iicial delegations around this centra mass of delegates and alternates swept the long Iriies or spectators in rising tiers and in solid.masses. In front of the delegation stretched the mammoth platform. 200 feet squar and accommodating guests in eluding ambassadors and from foreign sates the officers of the convention and members o the committee. The supporters .of he .unsuccessful PARTNERS WANTED Ah experienced surveyor and farm r wants to sell practical farmers part I f select tract wheat land owned by im in choicest part of Great Fertile j Belt of Central Alberta. Open lands; eep rich soil; good fresh water. Good terms to the right parties. Apply at'! nee to Geo. De Lury, Hotel Dallas. "586' TERMS EASY One-third ;cash, one-third 0 months, balance 12 mouths.. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Item bftMf nri Ci ItikMy, Uti. HAT WON MATCH (Continued from TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed until Tuesday noon, June 30, chances before Gowlev beat.VanHorne for the purchase and removal bf the with a hot one. In nine af- present Presbyterian church. Highest 'ter a pretty Apiece of lacrosse W. D. or any tender not necessarily accept- Stewart evened the tally and In five ed. For all particulars apply to A. B.j minutes of centre play Henry scored again.' Score" 158 10 i .Both teams" wc-re- playing great la- crosse. In the second quarter Hal wood and .Ready scored successive goals but.Rose took a'-fast pass from Robson and leveled it up. Half-time FOR WEDNES- DAY AND THURSDAY Stafford, Lethbridge. On LOST Courtland Street, .one Jady's brown kid glove, elbow length. Find- er kindly leave at tore. A. make during the different entertain- ments lieli "in this hall and decide for yourself. A rousing meeting of the Ancient Order of Foresters was. held last night when 15 new members -voro in- itiated into the Order, by llro. F. 0. Butt, assisted by Bro. Scruton. The seating capacity of the hall wn.s t'i- tajly inadequate for. the occasion nr.d luifj to be supplemented with hcnches.' The nomination 'and election of oflic- ers resulted in ihc reelection of sll the old staff which was Iiisr-ulvvl by Bro. Butt. Another are to be initiated next week, the rrsflt o; the work of Bro. and henrty co- operation of members of the Proceedings were enlivened by sever- al songs and commendatory short speeches. This is the strongest order in the city and the intention- is to bring the membership up to two hun- I Paroid Will keep out rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We have it in stock in any quantity Inter LU. FtaK. TncUirt E On Jlonday Krs. W. A. Hamilton received a telegram announcing Ihe death of her father, Mr. Thomas Mo- theral at his home, Dvmedin, Ontario. Mr. Metheral, who was one of the pi- oncers of Western Ontario, has Sal- ways been hale and hearty. Last Christmas all the children joined their parents in celebrating their gol- den wedding. Since that time Mr. Metheral has been gradually falling so that the end was not unexpected. The funeral takes place today, his six sons bearing the body to the grave. drcd during the present year. To- presidential candidate "would be only too glad to welcome the renomination of Vice Presidt-nt Fairbanks. They also agree that under such pressure as is likely to be brought to bear oh him Mr. Fairbanks will not be able to refuse submission, of his name. Tiie supporters oE Governor Cummins are increasing in number Jand they began today with an earnesi 'effort to obtniu the support of the full dele- gation for their At 11 o'clock some of them firm ,in their opposition bu the. Cummins people were not without hope of success. Chicago, June late hours ol the committee work last night resulted in a tardy apearance of the leaders of the convention.and at U o'clock one hour after the opening'of th doors there were less than a score o delegates scattered about in the state divisions. There was -not the sam< rush of visitors as yesterday, word having gained circulation that thi session would be brief Half an hou night a social meeting held in the Labor ITixll when all A. 0. members are invited to be present. t before the time set for convening there Southard's 581 Excitement was running high nm both tcjims were going strong. J Hal wood; look- Van Hbnic's measure in a" minute but in. three minutes Hen ry got even ogain. During the re WANTED Two ladies '.want" situations as din- ng' room.'Waitresses .or light house I of the quarter, the game wa: work; Apply Box G-, Herald Offlce.58 2 strenuously fought out from -goal tc I goai. it .took. twelve t the tie when Flanigan culmir SCHOOL FLOWER SHOW ated a strong attack by scoring. Al though the locals tried hard to tall BRING PICTURES HOME When fignring on your holiday don't forget a Kodak. It adds to yonr pleasure while away and after yaw return; Prices OO OO rt i. and J. J. Johnston Prearriptioa Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- TEAMS ARE TIED All the clubs in the City Baseball ficague are tied for first and last places. Tonight's game between the Railway nnd the Press will decide the leadership for a few days. The standing Club Won Lost P.C. Y. M. C. 22 Press 1 .500 Haiiwav 1 1 .500 were only a few; i in the galleries. hundred spectators A parade of many of the state detegatea proceeded the assembling of the convention today and the streets leading from the down- town hotel district to the Coliseum were thronged with thousands of peo- ple who cheeml the marching hosts. For the past three years; a feature n connection with the city schools has been the pupils' flower growing competition. About Easter each class selects a flower to be grown, seeds are planted, 'the plants cared for and just before the mid-summer holidays, show is held and prizes awarded for the best three plants in each room. This year the show will be held on Friday of this week in the Kindergar- ten The plants will be brought in the morning, grouped according -to classes, and judged. In the afternoon the children, by classes, will visit the show, and see the results obtained not only by the pupils in their own class but by those in the other de- partments. From two to five o'clock the show will be open to the public. There wil be no admission fee. Parents am those interested in the education o children especially invited to at tend ami encourage the boys' and girls in-their efforts in flower grow ingv. Wood Industry in Norway. Economical Wife. Master as General. Illustrated Song Wife Wanted. NERVATOR A pre-digfcsted nerve tonic put up ia chocolata coated tablets, an absolute cure for all NERVOUSNESS from whatever One month's treatment, Not sold in'drng stores but direct from Canadian Sales Agency IB Court, Vancparer, B.C. noth'er, their cfTorto were in vai and the game closed with ag ainst them. D.'Mpir. of' Calgary as J. landled the men well, play clean. The line up: Medicine Hat Jackson Hatcher Ritchie. Peard Taylor Collier and kept ttie Gawlcy Lethbridge goal VanTIornc point McCorvic cover uoint Jas. Stewart 1st def. Ripley. 2nd def. Davies 'Mrrt def. Taylor centre A. Scott A. Halwood 3rd home W. D. Stewart J. Halwpod 2nd home McGuire Robson Rose Henry On Crop Paymerjt Plaii west Lrittridge (My per aae W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lauds and Loth bridge Properties JU A mo ALTA. COOL CLOTHING I Leslie 1st. home Flannigan outside home Ready inside home The First quarter, 1, Gawley 2 man., 2 W. D.'Stewart 9 min., 3, Henry 5 iriin. Second quarter, 4-, A. TTalwood 'min.', 5, Ready G min., 0, Hose min. Thin! quarter, 7, J. llsxlvrowl 1 I min, 8, Henry 3 min. 11 Fourth quarter, 0, Flannigan, 12 PprulTullLineof fita EsoctBits s ran Go to the GOOD CO. Hood River Strawberries Oregon Cherries Florida Pineapples California Cabbage Texas Tomatoes New Beets Kew CarroJs Green Peas B.C. Rhubarb Te Drive tfe California Peaches, Apri- cots and Plums THE GOOD CO. ASK rOfc. SANTOftD'S ruinates. OUTING pants in fancy flannels and fancy Coat single or breasted. WHITE DUCK sisting of coat pants, or sold separately. LUfTRC cool and. Made of grey, Wack or fancy lustre. OUTING of striped grey and very comfortable. MANUFACTURING CO. Something You Must Have Sereem Boors, Screen lee Cream Freetcre We carry a complete iirie of theac goods H AYR BROS. to O; L, VreoiMA 75 ;