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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta jfeftey U it CurrcRt Rites H. J.H SKEITH (Wtaf THe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY LtiWp tH HLJf MTE Fine Points often depends on with the rijjbt and sharp, points that meet with a firm "snip" at the tip. Your y' scissors snould combine points with sharp j blades and accurate adjust- ment; and they their name is wrtR Scissors aiid Shears For 37 years the standard of quality. The very best pocket knives for men tad women are marked Keen Kutter. the entire Keen Kutter line being sold under this mark aud motto: "Tfit of Quality Remain3 ioflj After Prict Prompt [Mm against the biles anil annoyance of Mosquitoes, Flits and Gnats and other winged pests is 'ifftes Nyall's Mosquito Lotion Absolutely Harmless For sale by J.D. HpbothamSCo.Lti Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Gold Standard icings All flavors, regu- lar 15e a package At oily lOc Gold Standard Jelly Powders All flavors, now selling while they last at 3 for 25c Jacob's Celebrated Irish Biscuits A large assortment Selling it Cut W. J. NELSON NO HONINO-NO GRINDING "CARBO MAGNETIC11 THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION. Are you interested in a better Razor than you have? If so, your dealer will deliver to you a "CAMBO MACNCTJC" Razor on thirty days' trial without obligation on your part to "CARBO MAGNETIC" Razors doilt C. W. GRAY, Lethbridge Wejclljorjash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodic Stafford and Hicw Wakely I PHONE G2. One oi the bosi programs of the .season is on at Bijou tonight. Iluss Tuto has a tiue assortment of cut glass. The Orangemen of.Alberta will cel- ebrate this year at iStralhcona. iiauual training will be introduced Edmonton, ruin GG t'algury, c.uudy M.P.P., town last iiight. It. II. Standerwich formerly of Cal- gary was ordained into the ministry of the Baptist Church at Xautou. OF CANADA Capital Rest art tiviM Protffs Exact Cautfiu Rakers' Asse- datitB Moiey Orders, payable ia all parts of Canada and'the United States, sold at nil Branches. Drafts and Telegraph Transfers issued. Exchange bought and sold. Special attention given to Banking by Mail. SiVtofS Accounts may be'started with deposits of or upwards. Interest at highest current rate paid four times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager.' ;vcnt to Calgary afternoon. A. 11. McKeown was a passenger for Calgary on today's local. M. R. Cooper went to Xuuton on. McCONKEYS j Chocolates CHOICE OF ROYALTY Have you tried them They are made from ab- solutely pure ingredients and are the most nutritious all confections, and are so pure that they are easily digested by the most deli- cate person with ease. f PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time llberta Drag anri Book Co. Prescription Specialists f I, HUH, Mgr. ihinagor Stevens of the Bijou left this morning on the Flyer for Vulva, North Dakota. THE STAR. THEATRE. The A. II. 1. Co. will start work repairing the bridge over the Belly River near Cardstun ou Monday. A complete report of the lecture yesterday by Proi. Campbell on dry 'arming is held over until Monday. Mrs. H. D. Williamson will be at home on Tuesday, June 23rd. Ford street. F. B. Rolfson is the architect for the new school to be erected at Coal dale. Dr. Hugh Watt, of Fort Steele, a well known old timer in the Kooten- ays, is going to locate at Kaslo, B. U. Hon. Jos. llartiti announces that ho will contest Vancouver for the Ilo'Jse of Commons as an independ- ent. Clint McDonald has sold out his Ju Ci'iifibrGGk fiiid io bciCK in Lethbridge again and will likely re- main here. THE STAR THEATRE. Leonard Green of the Ellison MiU.- ing Co., the new catcher Of the Rail- way team, met with an accident yes- terday when he fell off a ladder at the mill nnd broke a rib. The W. C. T. U. held a very success the local. J. S. Gusty of Fernie, B. C. is iu the city. Miss Nellie M. Laycock: of Ray- mond was in the city Uv-t night on her way east for holidays. Thos. H. Woolford of Curdstou was iu the city last night to join Prof. If you are looking for wedding pre- sents C. Ross Tato. H. W. Laird, a well known Regiua wholesaler and Conservative candi- date at the last elections in Saskat- chewan is in the city, lie is an old newspaper man and vised to publish the Sentinel Star at Cobcairg, Ont. The charges of graft laid by J. B. Rurid of Bellevue against the license commissioners of District G have fall- en through. Mrs. Rudd who is the real proprietress of the Northern Ho- tel, Bellevue, was refused a license because of the luck of population. She had a census taken and declares that there are over the required nura THE KILTIES BIG PERFORMANCE Campbell the Dry Farming expert.: ber. In the investigation she said who was going to Pinc'oer Ooc'v. j that she did not intend laying a District Court will be session on i charge of graft but was unable to Monday before Judge Winter. The docket is light, the only criminal case being Rex vs. Geir, horse steal- ing. The civil cases are D. King vs Jas. Fiske, and J. Newton vs. J. Barrow. Chief Gillcspie is today warning the Chinese restaurant keepers against selling goods on Sunday that are not consumed on the premises. It is alleged that children going tu Sun- day school spend Uieir collection mo- ney in these places. There was agaiu a big crowd out understand why ;the license was not granted unless there was something crooked. The charge was withdrawn j with what practically amounted to an apology to the commissioners. A. C. Ivemmis Of Pincher Creek repre- sented tho Rurids. HOT IN CHICAGO Chicago, June prostrations and several deaths in part by heat, is the net result of yesterday's heatwave in Chicago. On account of high winds The average band playing a coMcert confines itself to rendering a pro- gramme, with a few encores, then leaving the stage. The "Kilties" fam ous Scotch-Canadian Baud is not satisfied with this. In the first place they dress full uniform of the in color, and not often seen in this country. In addition to a programme con- sisting of the best of music, with enough of the. popular compositions to lighten the others, there-is a male choir of sixteen voices, who sing the Scotch and other ballads as only the Scotch can this year, they have with them a troupe of Scotch pipers and dancers. With all these extra attractions; tho "Kilties" give the audiences ga- thered to hear them, .both a. musical treat and a spectacular one as well. The "Kilties" appear in this r.ity on Thursday, June 25, at the Ath- letic Park, and will doubtless find large audience assembled to listen to them. The band is under the leadership o{ MY. Albert Cook. from the West which reached a ve- to the City Band's open, air concert! loctty oi 42 miles an hour at neon, on the square last night. The pro- the streets wen- filled with clouds of gramme was well received, the bari- tone solo in by Bandsman W. Barnard being especial- ly well rendered. THE STAR Tomorrow's services in the Baptist Church will be held at the usual hours, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The pastor will conduct both services. Morning subject, "Standing Still." dust. The maximum temperature was 88 degrees. ful mating yesterday. Mrs. Ingram subject "Lost Opportunities- gave a splendid talk on child train- Sankey's hymn books used and pro- ing and Mrs. McUlonaghan read a fine paper on the boy problem. A party of Ontario farmers from Huron Cnt., purchased acres vided. All seats free. The horse owner Vincent who claim- ed that his horses were injured while in a car in the C.P.R. yards at Cal-' of railway land from the C. P. R. j g and refused to pay freight on cast of Gloichcn. They are breaking them, took them south Thursday, up which they will sow to fall Aftcr veterinary wheat. The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited, as "Public Administrator for the Judicial District has been appointed Administrator of the Paroid: Roofing Will keep cmt rain, no matter how heavy PUT IT ON YOUR ROOF NOW We have it in stock in any quantity V Inter Co. Lti Fine, Track Yard 8 MiatlStlK estate of the late John Lowe lived near Evarts, Alta. j Amongst the pictures at the Bijou 11 is a pretty story of the days of inspection it was found that the injuries were invisible. He therefore paid the freight in or- der to get his horses out of the city. The first cose of the infraction nf the new early-closing bylaw was tried i i Cromwell, the Royalist being saved from the Roundheads by hi.s little boy. Also a legend in King Charles' time. Stafford Village Base Ball Club de- featud the North Ward Junior Baso Ball Club by a score of 20 to Tho winning was as follows: J. Oswald c.. G. Seaman p., G. Sweda lb.. W. Oswald 2b., J. Spigar Spigar K.S.. G. Gimmick l.f.. A. Hecedn, r.f. who Mast night, the defendant he'ng V.oK. Sage. He pleaded not giiiity n-vl pat in the defence that he was Vcoping an ire cream parlor although he had not paid the SI5 license istratc Humphries reserved his., deci- sion until he communicated with Attorney General's department at Edmonton. Dr. Piercy the eminent and well known eye specialist will be at Wright's Jewelry Store, Lethbridge, on June 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Ail eye sufferers should make the most of this opportunity of consulting a spe- cialist of such high repute. 1593 BRING PICTURES HOME When figuring on your holiday don't forget R Kodak. It adds to your pleasure while away and after your return. Prices S3, 18. SO, and J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- Oliver's Hall The Carter Musical Comedy Company Monde? Next, Jus 22 A Company of 20rirst-classfctors20 2 COMEDIANS 2 Elaborate Costumes, Good Singing. Good Dancing Doors open 8 p.m. sharp Performance at 8.40 sharp Tickets 75c and At J. D. Higinbotham's COUNT TO WED ANNA GOULD COOL AND COMFORTABLE CANVAS SHOES Just What You Need for this Weather REDUCED FROM TO EACH at A small number of lots just East of Westminster close to Dufterin and Rcdpath. Your own terms ALBERT IVES Boon 2, Dliw Mack PHONE 1-4T The Lethbridge Herald High-class Job Department Is aow prepared to cater to the needs of the District of Southern Alberta. If you need Commercial or Office Stationery if you are con- templating holding a Concert, Ball, or other-form of enter- ment; if you want badges for Football, Baseball, Lacrosse etc.; in fact, if you want any kind of Printing done 'arid done in first-class style, send your orders to the Herald Job Department. Ail orders from the district will be exe- cuted promptly and expressed where possible, with mail following receipt of orders Paris, Juno marriage banns of Madame Anna Gould, who "was formerly the Countess DC Cns- tcllfine and Prince HeiSe Do Sagan, a cousin, of Mmc. Gould's first hvisbnnd, were posted on the wall of the of- fices of the mayors of the sixth and seventh Arrondishmcnts of Paris in accordance with the law that requires the publication o[ a marriage in the Arromlishnicnt of .each contracting party. Neither 'Mndame Gould or the ?rince appeared personally. The doc umcnt gives the age of Mrs. Gould ns 33 and Prince Be Sagan 49. The exact place and date of the wedding have not yet been disclosed hut it will be in a week and very quiet, only a few friends and'relatives, in- cluding George Gould, being present. The religious ceremony will be ac- cording to the Frotcstant rites, Prince Pe Sagan having renounced his Catholic -faith. Count- Boni has made no legal move and Mme. Gould's lawyers do not think he will act until after the marriage. They are confident his ef- forts to secure possession of his chil- dren will IMJ futile. KILLED BY LIGHTNING Watford, Ont.3 June W. Taimor, a farmer was killed by light- ning while driving today. Pie leaves r wife and five children. Welland, Ont., June Hoover, an old farmer was killed by lightning while rowing in tho river tonight. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Housekeeper wanted for small fam- ily. Apply to Postofficc Box 213, LcUibridgo, Alia. 161 1 On Crop Payment Plan One fine Section north- west of Letttridge Only per acre W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands awl Lethbridge Properties BUck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Anything NEW in GRO- CERIES and anything FKESH 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" ia a statement that we hear several times a day from people that have tried them all. THE GOOD CO. Phone M. CUT OUT LIQUOR TRAFFIC Glace Bny, C. B., June Dominion Coal will try to suppress liquor traffic in mining towns of Cape Breton. We always have in stock 1 Portland I Cement Tke Beat on the Market Western Caiab PKoAe 172 M ASK FOR SANFORD'S I OUTING and pants in fancy flannels fancy homespuns. Coat single or breasted. WHITE DUCK sisting of coat sii.fl pants, or sold separately. LUSTRE COATS-Light, coot and comfortable. Made of groy, black or fancy lustre. OUTING of striped grey flannel and very comfortable. W. E. SANFOKD HAMlT.TOy, OST. MANUFACTURING CO. WINNIPEG, MAN. Something You Must Have Screen Doors, Screea Windows, Refrigcffciors, Ice Cream Freezers We carry a complete line oi! these goals HYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vroomtn t f Phone 79 ;