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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Itaty to Utt CurreM Kales H.J.H SKEITH (Wtwf tack) The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY h ItfMp tfe MUM MB Fine Neatness on scissors with the right and sharp, that meet with a firm at the tip. Your scissors should combine ttese points with sharp blades and accurate adjust- ment; and they will if their name is mm nmm and Shears Voe 37 yean the standard of quality. Tfce very best pocket knives for men tad women are marked Keen Kutter. the entire Keen K'jtter line being sold under this ruarlc and mclto: "The Keeolttctioa of Quality Remains After ttit Prict it -Ktm. KVfffR is the most practical up- for spraying Paris lireon and other It is constructed of good quality tin, and the princi- ple on it works is of Mie simplest character so that it never clogs but throws a very lino spray, thus making it economical to use. 75c Each Wo have now in stock PURE PARIS GREEN j, D. KpbothaiHo.lti Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Genuine Bargains AT Ol'R We SellJprjjsh The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wokely PHONE: 62 CITY AND DISTRICT A. I.. Foster is in Cardston. The A. 11. J. train for C'outts leaves tliis afternoon at two o'clock. Ik-athershaw and wife of .Magralh are hi the city for tlu.- day. I'rof. 11. W. Campbell, of Lincoln, live apostle of dry fanning will address a meeting iu the Fire Uall on ClearingSale Big reductions in. all Depart- ments Your opportunity to buy Groceries at rock bottom prices W. J. NELSON Capital. IMMM irons With 90 Branches- from Fort William to Vancouver, the Union Bank of Canada covers the West more _________ thoroughly than does any other Bank. Every modern Banking facility offered to Farmers, Ranchers, Gram and Cattle Dealers and Merchants. Collections made. Money transmitted to any part of the Savings Department established at every Branch. starts an account Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Managtr. CUT OUT USE OF KNWES. Hamilton, Om., June Alliance of Hamilton held a meeting Saturday night -.vhicli will result in in this city and prob- ably in other ciii'-s for the purpose of putting a stop to the practice of carrying knives. Thy meeting held at the suggestion of Sir William Mullock who urgi (1, through Italian interpreter Carronc, lU'C-oessity of some action beinj-' to check up among Italians. THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair .....I 74 46 Calgary, fair 78 40 fair 58 cloudy TIJ IX) cooler with show- ers and thunderstorms. 4 1 Friday, J unc 19, at 1 p.m. The O Star COOL AND COMFORTABLE CANVAS SHOES Just What You Need for thb Weather CO. Lethbridge RANCHES UNDER WATER Vancouver, June comes from Blaine this uitcnicxm that thirty ranches on the lov.vr Chilliwack valley near Sunias are. under water, the Chil- iwack river overflowing. The cannot vet he estimated. LAW HITS RELATIONS Guthrie, Okla.? June Hatchett law prohibiting the employ ment in any public office of relative within the third degree by affinit or consanguinity took effect today. Gov. Haskell, who signed the bil was Uie first office holder cought. E switched Ruell Haskell, his private .stenographer, who is his nephew, to the Supreme Court Clerk's office. Miss Lucy the Governor's daughter, was lust week elected a member of the faculty of the State Normal School at Alva, but it is claimed that the anti-nepotism law does not cover her case. The law is catching not only State ofiicers but many county and. city officials. SACRIFICE: SALE A number of lots just east of Westminster Xoad Former Price each Present Price each ___________________ Easy Terns ALBERT IVES Inn 2, Biter tak Architects We carry a full line of Blue Print Tracing Linen Tracing Paper India Ink Detail Paper And other requisites ROBERTSON'S 1st bar West of ORUM Bank Phone 251 Winter wheat is heading out fme all over the country. The warm wea. tht-r is bringing the grain along fast. II. Macbeth went to Raymond this morning on a business trip. T. B. 11. Henderson of Edmonton, chief provincial weed inspector, ar- rived ia thj city last night and went out to Cardston this morning. The Hangers go to Macleod on Fri- day to play off the tie game played nu Saturday. No doubt the boys will be in better playing form and will come ofl victors. Toronto Major Howard, In- spector Royal North West Mounted Police on Saturday for Lsth- Ijridge, afu-i- spending a week vvith his juotlicr, ill's. Maclean Howard. Jamcsou Avenue. The Masons wil.l attend Knox j Church in n body next Sunday even- Arthur S. Jurvis, manager of the Union Bank, Regimx, has been pro- moted to the management of the >rumii at Montreal. A drive in the country to the im- mediate south and east of the city convinces one that the alfalfa crop this year will be immense. Some magnificent fields are to be seen on the farms of D. J. Whitney, Tarry, Gvvatkin and Reid, and on the Fair- field place. ,0n the latter farm, quite a bit of the aU'alfa has been cut. TWIG HEEDS 1 Our stock of articles for the comfort of tourists or those taking Holiday Trips i; is beyond anything yon could imagine unless you come and see. Let us fit you out and fill your bag with the necessary medi- cines and toilet requisites before you" leave. PHONE 272 ing. Both lodges in the city, the North Star and the Lethbridge lodge will turn out. All members are re- quested to assemble at the hall. The'Macleod Chronicle says: claimed another old timer in this dis- trict in the person of Jgnatz ter, on Monday afternoon last, at his ranch on the Old Man's river. For many years since the oarly eighties Mr. Wachter has been a prominent ,Anywhere, any time llfcerta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1.1, HftET, LETIIIIBK I Paroid: Roofing Win keep out rain, no matter how heavy PTJT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We have it in stock in any quantity pioneer in this district and his death causes another gap in the ranks of he old old-timers. A. 0. Hunter of Chicago, a broth- er of D. E. Hunter and formerly head nstructor for the National Cash Re- gister Co. in the city on Fri. lay night. Mr. Hunter is very much pleased with Sunny Southern Alber- ta. He is on a prospecting trip but if his first impressions arc correct he will locate here and go into bus- iness with his brother. The lacrosse game this evening -.vill be a fast one. Medicine Hat has got its old time players into the game again. With such stars as Hatcher. Ritchie, Peard, the iTahvood boys Haas, Collier, and Heady in tha game, the locals will have stvcU'li themselves to win. Tho ther ers are Flannighn, 'Inyor, (Jrx'.vley, Leslie, and Jackson. lineup r-f: the locals will be ns announced yes- terday with possibly nno or two ex- ceptions. The h'.a'ts at f. SO sharp at the Athlo.ic Park. Hev. A. A. Lyttle preached his first sermon as an ordained minister at Westminster Church Sunday His discourse was earnest, fit ting and forceful. The action of the Confr- cnce in returning Mr. T.yttle lo minster was received with pleasure by trie people of North Mr. has in a remarkable gree won the esteem nnd cooperation of the peojde in that part of the city nnd has been given a hearty recep- tion and much encouragement in en- tering upon his first year's work up- on his circuit. Each appointment has made a vpry promising bi.-gilining More st-ating rapacity will lio secured for the North Church i FOOTBALL "With reference to the draw fame o Saturday last the beg L state that they have arranged tore play the match at Macleod on Fri day next. The train leaves here at 1 p.m. an the boys would be pleased to see bunch of supporters go with then when another good game will be see Will the members please be at tl "Balmoral" at 8 o'clock Wednesda night for a run, and so get into pro- per condition for the match. Lethbridge has not been defeated this season yet. If last Saturday- was an off day, the coming game will put that right. Don't forget Fri- Wear Progress Brand Garments brand that has made Canada famous for its durable For wear, for style and fit, for all the qualities that are essential to good clothes, Progress Brand Suits and Top Coats are the Canadian Standardly which all others are judged. Look for the label that guarantees satisfaction" 10 Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE