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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Money to UM it Carat Rates H. J. H. SKE1TH (Mtef ftck) I! McCONKEY'S u i; Chocolates THE i 11 (I- 11: I I i I I TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY MM k UtMrHM UN HU MB Nefttnest often depends on with the right fend sharp, points that meet with a tirin ''.snip" at the tip. Your scissors thould combine points with sharp bladea aud accurate adjust- ment; acd they will if their name is and S Hears For 37 yeari the standard of quality. The very best pocVct knives (or men women are marked Keen Kuttcr. the entire Keen Kutter Hue being sold under this mflik and mono: KtcollectioH Quality Aimeins K? Mtttr ffict KUTTSR Prompt (Mm -against the bites and annoyance of Mosquitoes, Flies and Gnats anil other winged pests is Nyall's Mosquito Lotion Absolutely Harmless For sale by J. 0. ii gin tot tarns CD. Ltd. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Cleric AND DISTRICT The McKeown-tiick Hardware Coy. Snccessors to Brodie Stafford Hick Wakely PHONE 62 25c Papeteries Liuen Finished Notepaper and Envelopes. All the latest magazines now in ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st fcor West of Onion Ink Phone 25! CHOICE OF ROYALTY Have you tried them They are made from ab- solutely pure ingredients and are the most nutritions of all confections, and are so pure that they are easily digested by the most deli- cate person with ease. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Prescription Specialists 1.1 RIPIEY, Mgr, LETIHIKE Paroid: Roofing Will keep ont rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We have it in stock in any quantity iiiiftoi Inter Ci. LU. Track hrt 8 MpatftSUB J. Woolf, M.I'.P., Cui-dston was un arrival on la.sL night's local. Bargains in .Men's three-piece suits at ilcKelvie ilcGuire's SivturiUiy. Judge Winter and Clerk of the trict Court wont to Cardstou this morning 10 hold District Court. C. F. P. Conyboare K. C., is hi Cardstou today attending District Court. The police ran in fifteen cows off Redpath street into the pound last night. Norman liobson of ilaplc Creek. Sask., brother oi H. Kubson, is iu the city. The city has purchased a team for the Works and Property Committee's work i'rom C. S. LJorup. Miss Flossie 0'IIagan left mst night for a two weeks' holiday triy to Calgary, Kdmontcm and Bantf. Chas. Lewis has sold the Queen's Hotel at Calgary to D. Brooilhcad, of Brandon, Man. THE STAR THEATRE. C. Matchett has commenced the ev- [ection of a hrick cottage on Bartlctt the residence of Jordan. Big clearing sale of Men's three- piece suits at McKelvie IfcOuirc's on Saturday. Twenty-five per cent, off men's three-piece suits at ilclvelvie ft .Mc- Guire's on Saturday. Win. Probert of Taber, who has been spending some time in Utah, took a" trip to California at chti time the American 'fleet was there. W. G. Irvine from Montana passed through the city today on his way to Edmonton with a car of settlers" effect s. L. P. Tuff brought to the city a sample of Alberta Red wheat measur- ing -14 inches from his farm in 4-10- 22. Duncan Anderson of Orillia, Out., is here today to address a meeting of stockmen regarding lhe stamping out of mange on cattle. A purse and umbrella were left in the Methodist Church. The owner can secure them at the Church of England Rectory. The friends of J. Moynihan will K' Pleased to know he has recovered from his recent accident sufficiently to be out again. THE STAR THEATRE. The O. W. Kcrr Co. have a our of land seekers in Warner today. They have a special engine to take the car down. Miss Owen has joined A. McDonald Co.'s staff during the building sale. This sale is well and is proving a money saver. Baseball tonight at 6.45. Press vs Railway. Hot game. Ladies free. The matinee at the Bijou toinornnv afternoon for the benefit of ladies and children will take place nt mission r, and 10 cents. The list for the new telephone di- rectory closes today nnd the manag- er wants all applications for 'phonos by tonight. The score at the Gun Club yesterday was: Class A: J. c. ingston 19. Oliver IS. L. N. Kwon 17, H. Withers n; Class B: B. Stafford 38. E. U. Uylnnds 10. THE STAR THEATRE, j Mrs. B. A. Stringham, who undor j went a very delicate operation at the jiJnlt hospital, expects to be uV.o tu j Ivtum to her home in Tnbor on morning. The Stoic of Quality All flavors, regu- lar 15o a package At lOc Jelly Ptwfcrs All flavors, now sollii g while they last at 3 for 25c Jack's Celekatal Irisfc Bisciits A large assortment Selliig at Cut W. J. NELSON THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 08 -12 Calgary, fair o-l -18 Lethbridge, mir 74 45" strong wester ly wiuds, clearing and cool. Satur- jday fair. Saskatchewan am] Alberta 1 westerly winds, a few local showers but mostly cool today and Saturday. The publication of the was delayed owing to power being off from four to five o'clock. Miss Carscallen of Calgary who has been in the city several weeks re- turned this afternoon on the local. Anloine Klas charged with the theft of a rig from Allertzak is up. for trial this after- noon, tit the police station before Ma- gistrates Humphries and VVest. A. A. Thacker, of New Lexington, Ohio, was in the city today. He goes south to Cardston tonionv.w with O. D. Weeks to visit tha Canl- ston district. He is greatly token with what he has seen in thjs dis- trict. The management of "The Kilties" have had difficulty in reaching all who have subscribed for reserved seat tickets. In order that all may get their tickets before the plan opens at tomorrow at J. D. Higinboth- am Go.'s drug store, Mr. R. R. Davidson will be at the C. P. R. Tele- graph Office from 6 to 7 o'clock this evening and up to 10 o'clock tomor- row morning. A quiet wedding was solemnized at Knox Church last Monday evening when Job Ileid of this city and Miss Lilian Hutton oi Medicine .Hat were united in wedlock by Rev. A. M. Gor- don. Only a few of the immediate friends were present. The young cou- ple spent their honeymoon at Banff and returned this morning and are receiving the good wishes of their large of friends. They will take up their residence in the city. The Lethbridge Brewing Afaliuij.' Co. have given a handsome cup as the championship trophy Of tho Crow's Nest Pass Baseball League. Tt is sterling silver, gold lined on an ebony, supported on either side by smaller silver baseball To the Lethbridge fan they look like Clark in his familiar pitching atti- tude and Barber ready to knock a j three-badger. The whole cup U 1 bably the finest ever given in South- ern Alberta. It. is on exhibition at the Dallas Hotel. The cup is for annual competition but the club win- ning it for two years !n 5i.rces.sion will have permanent ownership. There was a good crowd at Weslcv Church last night when the Choral Club gave their concert for .the bene- fit of the Lethbridge Relief Society. The programme was thoroughly en- joyed as evidenced by the hearty en- cores given each number. Among the soloists whose numbers were so much appreciated were Mr. Ely, Miss 1Tar- e. ariss Smith, Mr. Kilncr, Mr- Fle- ming, Mr. McQuarric aml others. The ladies feel deeply gratified to Mr. Cunningham ami his Choral Club for the programme from which the finan- cial proceeds were so satisfactory, ston this morning to meet Commis- Dr. PFcrcy the eminent and well known eye specialist will be at Wright's Jewelry Store, Lethbridge, on June 22nd, 23rd and 24th. eye sufferers should make the most of this opportunity cf consulting a spe- cialist of such high repute. 1593 Another Shirt Opportunity Ladies9 Dress Skirts will be the chief feature this week for Friday and Satur- day Bargains. We have a vast stock of these and that is our sole reason for cutting the price. They are all this season's buying correct styles, correct shades, correct materials. Below we enu- merate a few, but don't take our word for it, come and see the goods. Black Lustre, lined throughout, velvet binding, rug for Black Panama, 4 box pleats, with tucks reg. for Grey .'.Tweed effect, pleated, trimmed strappings and buttons, reg. for. Black' Lustre, accordeon pleated, rani- Light Grey Homespun, double box pleate.T shape strappings reg. for Grey Figured Brilliantine, pleated at intervals, 6 lots of pleats, reg. 18.60, for Brown Panama, box pleats, etc, 8 rows. satin ribbon at bottom, reg. for J. BROWN CO. LTD. 1 A Supt. J. 0. Wilson went to Caal- ston this morning to meet Commis- sioner Perry who .is there on a horse buying expedition. They will be here WANTED DAY WORK wasniug or cleaning by respectable womanf Aclress Mrs. K., Post Office, Lethbridge. 360-6 FOR QUICK SALE acres of selected land east of Stirling on the new survey line of C. P. -R., Wcyburn branch, at a snap price, it sold at once. Apply Owners, Box J., Herald. 1602 BRING t PICTURES HOME When figuring On yonr holiday don't forget Kodak. It adds to your pleasure while away and after your return. J. J. Johnston Prescription ITY QUARTERS-, On Crop Payment Plan OnefawSedwBNrtii- west of Letttridge per acre W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and LethbridRe Properties RMK 1 MM! EM LETEBRIDGE, ALTA. LOST One black man- and one black geld- ing, reached branded quarter circle G on loft thigh.. Suitable reward for return or information leading to recovery. Hopkins' Camp, at No. 3. 1GO S PUBLIC SCHOOL FLOWER SHOW The annual public school flower show'is being held today and the dis- play of flowers is .very fine'-indeed. With one hundred and fifty entries the show the largest ever held. Par- ticular 'interest was centered in the special prie oi which is given by Chairman Fleetwood for the best plant grown by a pupil. Jean Scott, a little tot in Miss Macdonald's room, was the winner 'with a splendid nastur- tium. Jack Oliver has a handsome balsam that was very highly commend- ed and Helen Simpson's nasturtium was highly commended. Of the room display special mention should be made of those of Miss Ad- BUILDING SALE BOOMING NO TIME TO QUOTE PRICES OR GIVE PAR- TICULARS TODAY IN THIS SPACE. A VISIT TO THE STORE WILL PROVE THE MONEY SAVING FEATURE OF THE BIG SALE, THE CASH STORE A, Macdonald Co. CANVAS SHOES Just What You Need for this Weather F. COW (fe CO. Lethbridge REDUCED FROM TO EACH A small number of lots' just Eait of Wettaiatter close to Dufteria and Redpath. Your owa terms ALBERT E.IVES Mi w lioci PHONE dy's, Miss Macdonald's, Miss Shar- inan's, Miss McCullochJs and Mr. Jiavidson's pupils. The pansies shown by Miss Kinniburg's pupils were highly praised by Mr. T. L. Clark, the judge. A noticeable plant is May Gray's colored nicotina. The prize winners were': Miss Shaw N. Whitney, D. Tuckwell (nasturtium.) Miss S- Locker, K. Pierycc, R. McDonald. Miss J. Scott, A. Fairfield, H. Roebuck. Miss L. Gey- er, L. Fairhurst, P. Olson. Miss H. Simpson, E. Nevin, J. Barr. Miss E. Ste- wart, A. Shaw, J. Reynolds. Miss R. Stewart, J- Pipes. Miss J. Oliver, L. Stewart, R. McKay. Mr. M. Hutton, "V. Oliver's Hall Carter Musical Comedy Company Nondaj Next, June 22 A Company of 20 first-class tors 20 2 COMEDIANS 2 Costumes, Good Singing, Good Dancing Doors open 8 p.m. sharp Performance at 8.40 sharp Tickets 75c and At J. D. Higinbotham's Anything NEW in GRO- CERIES and anything FRESH in FRUIT or VEGETABLES can al- ways be had from us. We make a SPECIALTY of always handling a FULL STOCK of the BEST GOODS. Our Ice Cream IS DELICIOUS "The best we have ever tasted" is a statement that we hear several times a day from people that have tried them all. THE GOOD CO. Phone 91. G. Oliver, R. Lowther. Miss M. Simp- son, W. Raley, L. Kane. Mr. R. Sherlock, W. Hyssop, F. Johnston. Mr. D. Niin- mons, M. Maddaugh, G. A. Virtue: Westminster School Miss A. terhouse, E. Guger, B. Carter. Miss JC. Boulton, J. Wishart, H. Gerecke. 4- Miss S. Newton, M. Newton, B. Scott. Mr. E. Harding, F. Bunsworth, N. Munro A JUDGE AS CHAIRMAN Ottawa, June Fortin, has been, appointed chairman of board of inquiry infip the differences which have arisen between the C. P. R. and its telegraphers over the re- instatement of operators at Megan- tic, P. Q. BIJOU PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY AND A Little Hero. The Brothers' Joke. Illustrated Sonp. The Watchmaker's Secret. Lethbridge Auction Mart On Sale at the Mart a quantity of MOID-HMO BOOKS Good class literature at knock out prices They are selling rapidly All the best authors Waddington Gbbofl 410 ROUND STREET TEUEIPHONE 261 We always have in stock Exshaw Portland Cement The Best OB Ike Market teten Caiifc ftpq 4 You Must Have Doors, WMows, Ice Cremm Freezers We carry a complete line of these goods 1 Svccetsors to G. L. Vrcomia M.I.M M t.M M.f fS Pfcoae ?3 .f.M ;