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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta -'Tr n; J. H. SKEITH INSURANCE: e THE PLACt TO STAY VllUJI Squares that, Square" ore When you buy a tool of any kind at this store. whether it is a plane or a square, you don't have to use it in order to find out if it is square or not. We guarantee the tool, and if it isn't as we say it money back. Wejelljorjash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodic Stafford aiid Hick 4 WaJcely PHONE: 62 HARD-TO-BEAT as a gift to your box lowney's Chocolates We are just un- packing a fresh shipment direct from tho factoiv J.DJpbotlianiCo.lU. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality HAVR Wagstaffee's Jams Jellies -Any flavor :c 5 Ib. tins. Also PRESERVED fflUITS n lass. -These goo-Is are pure and will give satisfaction. CITY AND DISTRICT Display of THE WEATHER Lethforidge, cloudy 70 .Medicine Hat, fair 70 i Batlleford, clear 58 t (Hegiha, fai> 58 Winnipeg, clear 52 'Port Arthur, cloudy 48 i Bulletin From Central .Oflice 'Very light showers, of rain i occurred 5n northern portions- of Al- i -36 42 44 HO 40 26 Wall Papers Just received, another shipment of papers to soil at 15c, 20c and 25c a roll. Call early and got your pick. Store closes at (5 p.m. ex- cepting Saturdays IMUTSON'S NIK STORE 1st tar tost of MM bit Phone 251 II went to Warner tliisj Kdmonton, fair morning, i Calgary, cloudy (58 John KIT. hotelkeepcr of Grassy Lake was ia the city yesterday. Mike Rosebiisky is erecting a two storey brick cottage on Ford St., luarj the brow cry. Tho chief of police of Michel, B. C. wa.s in the city hist night and went south tins morning. William Williams will erect a two, i i i TI iborta and Saskatchewan but the wea- storev house on London road. The i ther generally throughout the prairie iirst storey will bo of cement blocks. t N i provinces has been fine and warm. B. M. Shaw has anlveu from High j fine today and River to take the position of account-1 cm Wednesday uith higher tempera- ant at the Canadian Bank of Com-i (ure in'M'lM'- Alberta and Saskatchewan fair and j Jas. Pascoe if building a grocery moderately warm with a few scatter-! Paris Will be on Exhibit at Pascoe is building a grocery store in No. 3. When completed it will be of the largest buildings in Stafford. J. A. Virtue and Mrs. Virtue, oi Macleod, have been visiting his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Virtue; .They this- morning. I Jas. Fiske's cottages on Courtland St. an- almost completed. Mr. Fiske showers chiefly on Wednesday. j next build two brick houses on St., near the Central School. J. H. Stewart came down from Ed-! Tuohton last night where he has been! attending Alberta College. There will a special meeting of; St. Monica's Guild in the vestry on' Wednesday May Gt-h, at 8 p.m.- to V I I Between Bijou Theatre and Reid's Confectionery Store in 'Hill's- New Block. Orders T taken and filled promptly If 4Wr in t Iu. business of any value to pair of Harry Shoes on our rwouHMtMdativn us to their kisk nuititttt ttiwl akfulute ivlin- O I tj Wity, YOU will note their aiul extreme durability in vice, you will reulixc tiut we tell tile downright truth whon we say "One Pair Sells Quality. F. GOWACO. M 2 of the Best Located Lots in Riverview, ALBERT IVES Ion 2, ffliitr I L. A. SCOTT, A little judicious use o' any of our Sweet Fragrant Odors In and Sachet Powder will repay yon by giving you a feeling of frashness and sprightliness that is only known to the users of good perfume and that is not obtainable in any other way. PHONE FREE Anywhere, any time Ulerti Drag iU look Co. Prescription Specialists 11. HREf, confer with the church .wardens'.on the question of building a parish hall.' A full attendance is requested. j 'Rev. Mr. Chivers leaves on the 13th j instant to" attend the Pan Anglican 1 Conference at London, England. He will visit at Ottawa and Montreal and sail on the Empress of Ireland j "on the 28th. It i.s a coincidence that i the country has been visiting her. sister at Card- Mr Chiver, arrived at Lethbridge k ston for the past two weeks was thejon May-13th; fifteen years ago. "uest of Mrs. Reynolds last night, 01 i i L i D A mighty Slav last night got a .heavy "curgo of booze on board and The annual meeting oi the Sunday School lit Wesley Church will be held tonight in the Younp Men's Parlor, when the election of officers will take place for tho current year. Miss Nt'iie Stewart of Iimisfail, who t New Parlors opened at the Belgium Restaurant, oppoisite the station Fresh Ice Cream Fruit Every Day EUGENE MEYTENS i Baroness Road Proprietor 4 0 SMOKER V (Continued'from Front Page.) .had given these limits ;.tiway thc Lihernl government' was She left for home1 this morning fc Miss Scott has a splendid display! of the latest creations in the millinery art. She has some very.pretty "Mer? ry Widow" hats in different colors. All ladies are invited to inspect her Rev. H. Coard. L. L. D., of Re- gna, will supply for Rev. J. S. Chiv- era for three on May 17th. time editor of the "Western Church- months commencing Dr. Coard was at one The Jessop Hopkins grading outfit started work on the spur line from Strtftprd to No. 5 shaft today. There are nineteen men in the gang. The distance to he graded is in the neigh- borhood of two miles. Today the postoRice.s of Raymond, Magrath ami Cardston start exchang- ing a direct daily mail with the Crow's Nest mail "clerks instead of i sending all moil through Lethbridge torn? was found drunk on Baroness Road by the night police. Constables Cribb and ..Gillespie .tried: to Und htm in the cells but he .strenuously objected, kicking the constables, most vigorous- ly. After vain attempts to get him they got a wheelbarrovr and a rope and finally. wheeled him up Oirown them out. If'their charges were l.iased on facts, why didn't they uiake a diivct 'charge. ;isk for a '.ju- the Liberals hau sold them. Some oi the limits that had been given h lHJ''n thrown up -by the e'veryv-'case SSI.90. .W...C. SIMMONS dicial inquiry "and ;lake their poJitl- cal life in their hands as Tarte and lluntimrton had done. It is' easy enough to make reckless charges "but- to prove them is another maUcr. One of the matters tives had been tiying to make much to -the ;cells. This .morning he- was out of was of too drunk to come up for the The Oonwrvatiyc-s, trial. !_________' Last Anight "the congregation in the Baptist Church crowded out the au- ditorium .and made it necessary to have the class room opened up. The' crowd was not disappointed in tho lecture delivered by Rev. G. J. C. White, nor in the pictures thrown .upon the screen. Mr. White describ-j ed his'trip-to Palestine and the many places of interest that he visited. Tonight's -lecture, "Costumes, Cus-i j AftcrH. kilner. had ;cbritributed .a. j rousing solo Simmons.- closed thet cause they claimed they were with h splendid speech tell- less. ;thcse sahi'2 lihiits .were] ing oi" the record of ttte 'Albcrfa: go- possessed who had paid o.j yernment..- the revenue good price for them to the Liberal j and expenditure of the province and Government) and yet these same To-, pointed 'out that 'not one cent of the who pronounced" them worthless expenditure of the province' had.ever a few years ago .and would_ not.rac-Uwen.' province was .cept them as a ;gift..'.criticized the j devoting'thousands or dollars to .the sales the .Liberals, had made.. What! ad ministration of justico., hypdcrisy! J hiring the the provision "of for- the regime thy average, -price paid for school children, the .'establishment -.pi IIAI.VAA J'l t VII --UI if limits.' limits was 51.13 per sciuiire, a .public owned School system, the while' in power, {mile, while the average price secured .construction of hridgesT ._jifrp erection of: public buHdmirs and and Curios of Palestine and postoftice as heretofore. promises to be even more in- John Kenny has sold his residence 1 last night's. For in- on liurdett street to Aid. E. A. Cun nincham. Mr. Kenny andliis fam- ily wil move to Calgary about thti W. A. lilenner-Haasett Raymond this morning. FOR ALL KINDS Of went LUMBER Paroid tootiig ejid the month. Mr. and Mrs. Ken- ny went to Calgary last night. For rapid freight transit the car of gas well drive pipes received by the city holds the record. It was shipped from Pittsburg, Pa., on April 251 h, came over three roads until it reached the C. P. R. on May 1st, nnd was in Let h bridge on the evening of the 2nd. On the 4th. tho city secre- tary received a letter saying it was shipped. He phoned, up the stition agent lo ask him to rush it along only to be told that it was already i the vard. stance, last night Mr. White showed! pictures of plows and oiner implf'-j rnents.. Tonight he shows models ofj these: He lias samples of wheat and! many other products of the Holy Land with which he will illustrate his lec-j The lecture tonight begins at! 8 o'clock. The charge for admission i i.s 25 for 10 cents school children. for! BACK IN ENGLAND London, May Edward and 1 Que. n Alexandra returned to London this-afternoon from their Scandinav-! ian tour. i WANTED r A TRACTION ENGINE .at once toj work 'on the bridge. Applv John i Gunn Sons. i u Soccial Sale TAI AW) NHIW9C I 3 WOOl FttK mi rUSTDt OF PAHS M !i Papeteries ar Prire, 3oc a liox Going at 25c a box i i J. J. Johnston j Just Two Left Of Lot. Witli down ami to month. Such propositions are getting scarce. Better hnrry. W.R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberia Lands Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. Madras Muslins beautiful Colorings Prices from DC to per yd. Lace Curtains Variety of Patterns and Prices H. A. Driggs, merchant, of -Grassy Lake, is .in the citv. Coin Spot Muslins FOR Prices 20c, 25c, 3Qc Table Linens, Sheetings and Towels. Best value shown THE: CASH STORE: erection of: public buildings and 1