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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD Th THE PLACE TO STAY ii LrtlWiity Is thi ULLU HOL WHAT? Mechanics who can appreciate using the highest quality tools to purchase Keen Kutter 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 Whole Pickled Cucumbers In Bulk PHONE 21 GRRAfinrrB P rn DnftllDun LU. Only OKIOII Grocery Store In City up THE GOOD CO. for good goods and quick ser- vice. can supply your table with FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES daily and at moderate prices. If you are not a customer of ours you Ho not know what you are missing THE GOOD CO. PHONE 98 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Lethbridge Laundry Company New Company New Methods Management Erecting new building We are here to stay We guarantee satisfaction All details carefully looked after We respectfully solicit your patronage P.O. Box 4 Terms strictly cash 0. S. FARROW. Manager Phone DISCOUNT SALE FRIDAY ami SATURDAY only, 10 per cent, for cash off on all Ladies' Empress and Femina Oxfords Warm Weather Bargains THE FOOT TOGGERY. NELSON GOW w FINE RESIDENCE lots corner Bompas and J Ashniead Streets, cnsh. bal. 4 and 8 months ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK THE WEATHER. Kchuontoii, fair 52 Calvary, clear ?0 LothUridge, fair SO Mack-od. clear 76 t I I Books Stationary Wall Papers Sporting Goods Hammocks Gramophone! Store doses at Six p.m. ROBERTSON'S BOOISTORE 261 New Whitney Block Agent for Underwood Type- writer! San Fernando Lime Fruit Juice Is a healthful drink, re- freshing and invigorating just the drink for you when you are all fagged out with the heat. It is pungent, thirst- qtienching, and it satisfies It is -wholesome, and every drink of it does you good. Price 2oc and 35c per bottle. SUNBURN Is easily banished and prevented by the use of Mellow Balm This preparation has the test of time. When yon want a good reliable remedy do not for- get Mellow Balm. PRICE 25 cents at JJJigio Warn SCo, ltd Family and Dispensing Telephone 49. Night clerk. Medicine Hat, clear 90 Saskatoon, cloudy 75 Regina. 75 Winnipeg, clear ____ 72 Saskatchewan and Alberta Some lo- cal showers or but hiostlv fair and warmer. 51 52 54 55 54 40 .44 .00 .00 .02 .14 .00' .00 .00 STORY OF NEW YORK'S SHAME CONTINUES Xew York, June to justify Howard Gould in separating iruui his wife, Katherine Cleimnon-s Gould was presented again in the hear ing of her suit fur separation and ali- out mcny. Most of the evidence bore up- on the conduct of Mrs. Gould at ht-r home. Castle Gould, on Lons: Island The annual business meeting- of the W. 0. T. will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3..'JO in Wesley church. This is ti very important meeting. Officers will be elected for the year, and all members are asked to turn CITY DISTRICT. The city boulevards are getting watered nightly now. A supply of special hose for the work has been 'procured. A. F. Dillinger, operating expert of the railway commission, went south today on a trip of inspection of the A. R. T. to Cardston. Wm. Lussier left on Sunday even- ing for Lethbridge, where he will spend the next couple of Medicine Hat Times. Spencer Owen, son of Vice-Presi- dent Owen, of the 0. W. Kerr Co., arrived, this morning and will spend the summer in Sunny Southern Al- berta. ,J 1 v The ladies of Westminster church and members of the W. M. S. in par- ticular listened to a splendid report of the convention held recently at Moose Jaw by Mrs. Rev. A. A. Lyttle. At the meeting of Wesley church Ladies' Aid: yesterday Mrs. (Rev..) J. M. Harrison was presented with a couple of beautiful pieces of hand where Mr. Gould alleged. ants testified, Mrs. Gould had made such use of intoxicants as to cause Mr. Gould to absent himself and re- fuse to return except upon assurances that his wife would refrain from hu- miliating him before his friends. Mrs. Gould has asserted that no prominent society woman's reputation is safe in the hands of her servants if their tes- timony is to be accepted against her and that other testimony in this case wil be rebutted. Mrs. Gould came into court today attired as usual in black and sat at the counsel table near Clarence J. Shearn, her attor- ney. When Mr. Gould entered he walked rapidly to a chair next to De- lancy Nicoll, his lawyer, and busied himself looking over some papers. There was no sign oi recognition on the part of either plaintiff or defend- ant. girl to, do light j work in the day and sleep at home at and Apply to Mrs. Sydney Jack- son, Redpath St. 158-2 WANTED TO or shack that could be easily removed. State lowest price to Herald Office. 158-6 painted china accompanied 'by an ad- dress, showing the high appreciation of the Aid of the efforts of Mrs. Har- rison to advance its interests during past two years. Mrs. Harrison I made a suitable reply. The regular A. R. I. train from __ J Shelby Jet. arrived about halt past The city received another car o-clock thjs mQ P j wooden pipe today from B. C. jhours late The W. C. Simmons went to Calgary j yv I today. At the home of George W. Wiegand last evening the marriage took place of Edward Herbert Tripp and Miss Theresa Ella Marie Wiegand. Miss Clara Fain was bridesmaid and W.W. Handford, groomsman. Rev. A. M. Gordon of Knox Church, tied the knot. CITY AND DISTRICT SPORTS RUGBY BEING PLAYED A rug-by football has attracted a good deal of attention on the square for severa! evenings past, and it is bringing out some good rugby ma- terial- It is proposed shortly to hold a meeting with a. view to organizing a team to represent Lethbridge in the Alberta League. In the meantime. -having any interest in the game will have the opportunity of mixing it up with the pigskin any evening that he cares to come out. FIRE Owing to the unfortunate scorching which wo got, it will be a day or two before we are open for business. Mr. McKeown has temporary next door south of Herald Office office THE McKEOWN HARDWARE CO., LTD. ACCEPT CJSALLENGE The Lethbridge Cricket. Club have wreck on the I west of Shelbv. The TWER At the home of the bride's brother, S. C. Wit-wer, last evening the mar- riage took place quietly of Noah B. Good, of the Good Co., of this city and Edna Adelaide Witwer. Rev. A. M. Gordon, minister of Knox Church, officiating. The contracting parties were unattended and the bride was accepted the challenge of the Sons of England C. C.. and the match will be played one innings on Monday evening and one on Tuesday evening next. The L. C. C. have kindly in- vited the S.O-E. to practice with them on their new pitch at .the Bar- racks tonight, Friday and Saturday evenings. The -city stars are well known and the S.O.T3. have certain Money to Loan On improved Town and Farm Properties at lowest rates No delays The Canadian Birkbeck Investment and Savings Company fr Capital paid up For full information apply to Freeman, Maeleod Graham J Phone 173 P.O. Box 679 'horses, so result. a good match should RED SOX BEATEN The Red Sox were beaten by the North Ward Juniors last night by a score with many figures, the large number of runs being largely due to the unmanly interference of some of the larger kids on the square. This interference finally led to a scrap in which ao indignant onlooker took a hand. The Red Sox line-up was Hutton c. Hillings p. Chapman Ib, j Williams 2b. Boulton 3b, Chapman j ss, Logan If. Barnard cf, Russell rf. The Stacey Lumber Co. have open-jthe track. out ddCSt The ed yards at Stacey and Burdett. j but it Qff -n Mrs. .A. Hozelton will not receive very awkward position. The en- tomorrow. gines were in guch a Father an Tigrhem left on the make it a difficult ta3k to'get jcal today for Edmonton, where he' them I has been stationed. j it a difficult on again. R. Hull, the Calgary stockman j C. N. R. ENGINEERS HAVE [and capitalist, is in the city on busi- j bride looked charming in a dress of white silk organdie trimmed with vallencennes insertion lace and rib- bon, and carrying a bouquet.. Six of the bride's brothers were present, J. E. of New Hamburg, Ont.; B. J... Dan- iel and J. A., of Didsbury; H. 0., of Ilkerta Drug and look Co. Prescription Specialists 1.1. ITO, tyr. lETtiBIICGE Winnipeg, June of a W. E. Porter, of Lethbridgel spent j serious nature is reported to be im- post Thursday in the minent between... the Canadian North- locomotive engineers and the Currie, Cutbill street, j company. The differences arise out of TROUBLE WITH COMPANYlFort William and S C- of Leth' JHat Times. W" I will be at home tomorrow (Friday) alleged failure of the irom lour to six. A new restaurant up on Crahb company to; will be opened jlive up to the existing schedules. The dismissal oi several engineers street opposite Me- j for what is considered by the men, Leod's new gent's furnishing store. unjust and insufficient reasons, is also bridge. Only a few other friends werY> present. Mr. and Mrs. Good left on the 2.10 train on a trip to Vancouver, Seattle and other Pacific. Coast points. Tljn bride's going away gown was of navy blue lady's cloth and she wore a hat to match. They will, be away about ten days and on their return will re- in the residence recently pur- D. R. Ware, the orator school j of the disturbance factors. It is teacher of Medicine Hat, has resign- alleged that clauses are being insert- Jed into the schedule by the company W. H. McDonnell, C. p. R. train- j which did not appear in the original master at Macleod A. Hopkirk, j and that interpretations are beine trainmaster at Medicine Halt, and W. placed On the existing clauses which chased by Mr. Good o" Burdett St. YARDS OF LUMBER is the daily product of a good saw mill. "Yards of lumber" reach our lumber yard every day. Builders looking around for A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF LUMBER find it at our yard. Get estimates where you please, but give us the business. Figure it out ?nd observe the saving. H. Gordon, bridge ,and building mas- ter, of Medicine Hat. on business. are in the city Entirc change of vaudeville tonight at tht 'Eureka. and keep cool. Electric fans installed. Good pictures and a program that pleases one and all. M they were never intended to imply. Ice Cream Freezers Rogers-Cunningham j. j. Johnston Lumber Company Ld Phones 23, 123 and 321 Pure Paris Green Guaranteed Government Standard 35c Ib. Prescription Druggist Captain Johnson Vivian, a million- aire mining man, died last night in his home in Houghton, Mich. SINGING. Misa Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Conccrti, At the Letbbridge Conservatory of Musie. MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin TJniv.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. f Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone 244. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ETC., AT 815 REDPATH STREET, opposite Dr. Mewburn't, on FRIDAY, JUNE I8th., at 2 p.m., by W. L. WilSOn, Auctioneer Under Instructions from the Owner I will sell by public auction the following, namely Massive oak Bedroom Suite (hand carved) Davenport Bed Brass-mounted Iron Beds Springs and Mattresses Oak Extension Tables Dining Room Chairs Oak Rocking Chairs, leather seats Kitchen Chairs Child's Rocker Child's Go-Cart 1 Gooderich Sewing Machine, drop head Toilet Sets Centre Tables Dressers Book Case Clock 2 Washing Machines Carpots and Linoleum Dinner Tea Sets Kitchen Utensils Window Screens Garden Tools And Tarious other ai Child's Express Wagon 1 New Home Sewing Machine, drop bead Goods on'view from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thnriday. reserve. Terms Cash. Further particulars apply AUCTIONEER Phone IS9 no 4.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 Co, "If you live out of town write us." Those Who Lack a thorough business train- ing, always have the hardest work and" poorest pny. Write a letter to Leth- bridge's School of Business, Garbntt Business College, Stafford Block, and let them tell you how to take a step higher. GEO. J. SCHMIDT, Prin., P. O. Box 1291 2 Corner lots, facing Ermt Street, it i kirgiii. Fine residence location. Inclota nail itiack and fine garfei Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 One hundred acres, 2-t miles from town, all irrig- able and fenced. A snap that will not last Ttie Hlberta Securities Limited Comer Round aid Redpatb Streets Telephone 141 t LOTS 25ft. and 30ft. frontage on London Road North eide, 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 Buys two lots on the water main near new stand pipe. TERMS L S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Dice 8 MidMaU Bltck North Word A new Si i Room Cottage close in, well finished Electric light and water Price 5 Easy terms R. V. Gibbons LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 222 OH BLOCK a THREE LOTS CORNER REDPATH AND LOUISE, ONLY W. R. Dobbin Co. ;