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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M. J. H. SKEITH INSURANCE TTe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY ftn k triMMp ttt HUM MTH Plumbing-Cost and Efficiency The policy of our shop is to increase the efficiency of our men. The latest labor saving devices have been installed, and we have the best men we can get. The shop completely equipped for steam-fitting, plumb- ing, Keating and tinsmithing, and is under the direct supervision of our Mr. Hick, who is probably the best all-round plumber and steamfitter in Southern Alberta. If you figuring on any alterations he would be very glad to give you an estimate, and his ex- perience is always at your service. TheMcKeown-Hick Hardware Co. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely The Store of Quality Phone 62 Lethbridge Fresh Assortment of Green Vegetables Tomatoes Strawberries Nelson Eraser BOOKS At all Prices. -The Latest Copyright Novels in Cloth and Paper: Alger's, L. T, Meade's and Carey's. A large range o? Cloth Bound Books, Hoc or 3 for 1.00 ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st floor West of Union Bank Phone 251 HARD-TO-BEAT as a gift to your best box THE WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy 50 fine and warm, Saturday local thunder storms. Saskatchewan, mostly fair and warm with local thunder storms. Saturday cooler. Alberta, a few local showers but mostlv fair and cooler. A BIG CUT In the Price of ladies' Cravenette Coats Good range of colors and styles to select from Coats reduced to 10.00 FOR THAT t HEADACHE or Dull Feeling try our I MentKol Cologne r I This Cologne is in combi- nation with menthol which it a very delightftil and refreshing effect when applied with the hand to the temples, and inhaled through the nose freely. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time llberte Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists IB. RIPLEY, Mgr. LETHBH Lowney's Chocolates We are just un- packing a fresh shipment direct from the factoiy JJ.HipbothamSCo.Ltd, Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk I C. F'. Harris went south this mor- ning. t Goo. A. Clainpctt, Taber, is In the i city today. j Mrs. Arthur Hold will not receive on SaturiUiy. S. L-Lurkor of Mugraih is registered at the Dallas. The C. P. R. Quadrille Club held a very enjoyable dance at Oliver's Hall last night. On account of delays in express we j have to show the same scones at jthe Bijou tonight us Wednesday, and i Thursday. The contract for the heating and 'plumbing for Knox Church was sign- cd today by the Western Tinsmithing j Plumbing and Heating Co. The party who returned the purse to the Herald office without the mon- ey and gold pin which were in it, will return the same at once if she does not wish her name published, U ABOVE ALL If experience in the shoe business is of any value to you, try a pair of Barry Shoes on our recommendation as to their high quality .ind absolute rtlia- You. will note their style, comfort and extreme durability in service, and you will realize that we tell the downright truth when we say "One Pair Sells Quality. F. GOW onffine was across the main track and it was thought the Spokane Flyer would be much de- layed but it passed through only a few minutes late. Some' consternation was caused Jos. Tourville appeared In- O U o> JQ E 3 JR FOR ALL KINDS OF LUMBER Paroid Roofing Metallic TAR AND BUILDING PAPER tcrod the church. After the ceremo- ny the young couple with a number LACROSSE SCHEDULE Dates of Matches in-the Alberta Ama- teur Association At the lacrosse meeting at Calgary Albertan there was a kind where a very from Lethbridge and that from High heard iptoasant time was spent. }Tr. and Kiver over a panic that was to have spector West nt the HarracUs yester- j frionds set out for Mr. McXab's! of a squabble Iwtwccn the delegate day and was until nenr St Mary's Wednesday. The case will 1> behind closed doors. McSW) on thoir ranch Chas. A very, manager of the Bow j in the menntime. Island Stock Company is in the city for a few amongst the local contractors when it was intimated to them that lum- ber had suddenly raised S5.00 per thousand feet, which makes a se- rious to those having con- Cracts on hand. Tn addition to this they are charged 50c. per load how- ever small it may be on each job the contractors may have on hand. Mr. II. F. Annuble was in Leth- bridge today and purchased a city corner lot. Mr. iiert Sutton went to bridge this evening by the Spokane Flyer. Dr. Uuig left town for Calgary this evening and returns on Saturday. ENGINE TOPPLED OVER Delayed Traffic East of ber up in Price TWO ALBERTA MEN Ottawa, May Canadian Disp- lay team for 1903 will consist of 13 representatives from Ontario, three from Quebec, two each from-British Columbia, and Alborta, one from Nova Scotia. As already anhuonced Lieut. Col. A, E. D. Labelle, of Montreal, wil comand the team and Captain W. C. King of the 4fith Regmt., ville, is adjutant. The Alberta mem- bers are Corporal D. Mclnnes and Ar- nipurer Sergeant S. Brown, both of the 19th C. M. R. Edmonton. played at Lethbridge last year May the local train going west arrived here at 3.30 p. m. news was conveyed that the engine attached to the ballast train running between Woodpecker the gravel pits near (Irassy Lake, had toppled over the latter place. Kn- quiry proved the news to be the accident being caused by the en-; gine running past an open switch. An engine from a freight train was requisitioned and proceeded to Wood- pecker and carried two carloads of men to the scene of An- other special carrying men and ap- days on business. He re- ports that the Bow Inland district is developing rapidly this year. The Choral Club concert which will be one of the musical treats of the will take place on Tuesday, i May 1'2. am! not Thursday, May 12, [as announced in Herald a few Mays no. AT THE BUOU WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The Ship Owner's Daughter. Illustrated j Serpentine Dance. French Recruit. 2 lime and Cement o i WOOD FIBRE asj PLASTER OF PARIS Ufi and Get wir bQ o Track fart HAIR BRUSHES have n assorted" lino from 20c to <-acn. MILITARY BRUSHES from to n pair, including -QUALITY J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist Just Two Left Of those Lots With down and per month. Such propositions are getting scarce. Better hnrry." W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. The Progress Brand Label, in Suits and Overcoats GUAR- ANTEES that the garments will wear -'longer, have JLUUl C style, and keep their shape better, than other clothingcosting from to MORE. Look for the that protects. label 15 BUGGIES For Sale At Cost These are high grade goods Do not buy before seeing them G.LVROOMAN I At Good's Only the 'bast of everything handled, and our store al- ways kept up-to-date in every respect. This is our motto: At all times prices as low as the lowest. Try us for Groceries, Fruit, Con- fectionery or Ice Cream. THE GOOD CO. W Kail Insurance fire Insurance UveStailiisiraB For beat rates in best companies see R.V. Gibbons OtC Nock tMtf-ftttttt Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE, (Q. McGUIRE -SYHEN PAINTING BEAR IN MIND- Stephens Ready-mixed Paint Exceed all Others for Durability and Quality GUARANTEED PURE SOLE AGENTS HAYR BROS. Successors to O. L. 4M t 75 M M M M M ;