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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H. J H. SKEITH (MtM) INSURANCE TEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY HIM am Floor Wax for Finished Floors Floor Wax is floor wax of quality for finished floors. It preserves and accentuate! the finnh, Ii etiily applied and polished with a cloth by anyone. Looks well for the long- est time. Does not show scratches or heel raarki, SHHWltf-WiLLUMS FLOOR WAX it made by a firm reputation for beit quality guirintm We sell it rhcSt WE SELL. FOR CASH The McKeown-liick Hardware Co. Successors to foodie Stafwd a4 Hkk i WaWy Phone 62 Lethbridge ore of Quality Toilet SATURDAY BARGAINS Washable Wallpaper With borders aud ceilings to match, just the thins for kitchens and bathrooms Store closes at 6 p. m. excepting Saturday ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Union Bank Phone 251 first Aids to Beauty i Buy a spool of Jap Tooth Silk and use it after every meal to clean between the teeth. It is important that you clean between the teeth, and you can't very well do it with a brush. When they are cleaned with Jap Tooth Silk then rinse the mouth with our Hydrogen Peroxide and you will rind no trouble to get it between the teeth PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any-time Siberia Drug and Book Co. 5 Prescription Specialists A. B. RIPLEY, Mgr, IMIIflGE Myall's Sore Throat Cure Hundreds of families keep a bottle of this gargle handy and de- pend upon it entirely in cases of recent or chronic throat troubles A really wonderful remedy. 25c per Bottle J. D. Higinbottani8Cfl.ltl Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone Resident Night Clerk We have a large assort- ment to be sold at from 10 to 20 per cent Reduction for QUICK CASH SALE Call and Inspect Nelson Fraser Famishing Department THE WEATHER cloudy 37 Bulk'tiii From Central Oilko The weather in Alberta has been cool tmd showery. Light showers have also occurred in Saskatchewan, lu other purls of the pi aide provin- ces the weather has been fair with moderate temperature. to partly cloudy with showers in most localities CITY AND DISTRICT Our Shirt stock has just had a thorough going over this week and we have taken therefrom about 300 high- -grade Shirts worth from to of these Shirts are made from Silk, others from India Che- viot, Pure Wool English Flannel, Percales, etc. These will be placed on sale SATURDAY (Tomorrow) at ABOVE ALL If ottr experience in the shoe business is of any value to you, try a pair of Barry Shoes on cur recommendation as to their high .quality and absolute relia- bility. You will note their style, comfort and extreme durability in sei vice, and you will realize that we tell the downright truth when we sjiy One Pair Sells Another Tliat 's Quality. F. GOW "1 2 Paroid Roofing Metallic TAR AND BUILDS PAPER The company use pounds a week and make only pounds. The police are after a Chink of an 1 inquisitive turn nf mind who broke I a fire alarm box and the key one night this week. The box was near 'Mayor Henderson's residence. I .1. McXiel, river foreman of the i bridge gang, left for Winnipeg last j night. He will meet there a young lady from Belfast, Ireland, who will return with him Mrs. McXiel. to Lethbridgo ns BIJOU PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY' Day snd his various merits. lion's DiY-iUii. Illustrated Song. A Xr-w Hired Man. Anything to Oblige. Roc, J. A. Brookbank, F. Hyndnmn, Thos. Belemy. J. A. Latimer, and J. Anderson. A young hen that was hatched dur- ing the big snow-storm of last Sep- tember and to Mrs. J. A. Sladc has just laid an egg weighing between four and five ounces and when broken was found to contain two perfect yolks. It is an interest- ing conjecture whether this freak egg would have hatched out into twin chickens. The hen survives. The A. R. T. Co. are issuing cheap round trip tickets to Salt City, the occasion Injing the Latter j Day Saint Conference to be held June i 12, 13 and M. The tickets arc good I going from June 1 to June 9 and j returning within thirty clays. The fare froai Txtthbridgrt is Stir- ling Raymond Ma- grath and Cardston i Lime and Cement o WOOD FIBRE and PLASTER OF PAWS Call and Gd Mr o None, Trad hri 23 UpttlUQ TypewriterJarbon: Paper and Ribbonsj For Remington, Fox, Un- derwood, Empire, Smith Premier and Oliver -QUALITY J. J. Johnston Presrriptioa Druggist TWO BLOCKS FROM POST OFFICE A nice 5-rooraed Cottage and two lota. Only Half cwh. Cottage rents for per month. W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties hMBlMdZSMriurJ lUck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. RftlnPROOF GOUTS We Have some Great Snaps Values That You Can't Afford to Miss lalies' laiiprori Cuts as low is as high as Every Coat Reduced from to each Boy's Rain Coats Men's Rain Coats from fa's Caif Uatter iiui Bais lei's lp Me DoajoU tefons 111 TwJ ail AnM Slits for Sit FJK Urstei bits for tots tif THE: CASH STORE: A, Macdonald Go, appointed by the President, Messrs. Barker, Baird and Brownrigg being named. The collection and preparation of the necessary exhibits at the coming Dominion Pair were matters discuss- ed at length in an informal manner, us xveM as the report on freight rates and resolutions to be presented at the Medicine flat convention of the i Western Hoards of Trade. FUNERAL SERVICES Tho Assembly Hall was draped in white and the. casket was bestrewn with 11 wealth of wild flowers, a com- bination that would have gladdened the hearts of the beholders had it not been so" sat! an bur- ial of the third and only remaining (child of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Pilling. Tnder the able leadership of Mr. S. iS. Newton the Stake choir rendered j some choice and appropriate music. The speakers were President Thos. Duce, Bishop Lovi Barker of Magrath Mr. Jas. Ellison of Aetna, Bishop E. Harris Sr., and Pres. Edw. J. Wood. j The opening prayer was offered by j Mr. M. A. Coombs, the benediction d Ray- Lethbridgt Such a trip ought to convince the various houses with the conditions and possibilities of this great South Alberta country and can not fail in benefit ting the men of the soil in the- end. A NHYV ARRIVAL Last evening a. one most at the homer of Mr. Mark A. Coombs, in the per- son of another darling daughter. The- father is very proud of the advent this, the seventh child, lie is busy- receiving congratulations this rnoru- ing. Mother and child are both do-- ing well. PERSONALS Messrs. Jno. W. Woolf and A. Iteppler were passengers on yester- day's train. The family of Mr. Chris Anderson returned the other day and will re- side for some time in Cardston. T. II. .Powric-y, special agent ann inspector for the "Central Canadian" "The nnd "The Al- Canudian" In.sueance Compan- ies, paid us a visit, yesterday. Prcs. H. S. Allen of Taylor Stake came up on business from Raymoriu I and" returned yesterday. Mr. O. V. Olson with his sister-in- law, Mrs. M. J. Olson wore south bound passengers yesterday. Mr. O1-- son will accompany his sister to Utah" points visitirg friends nnd and will thon proceed to the Gridlcy country in Butto Co., California. Miss Vienna Ol.son proceeded with her mother as far as Stirling. While some nre departing for, oth- ers are returning from California by Mr. MitrLin Woolf. while the dcd-j Anderson's health hns been iratory prayer at the grave by Mr. much improved by a year's sojourn W. 0. Lee. 'n tnc land of flowers and earth- A goodly namlvor of the friends and quakes datives of the bereaved parents present, among whom was Mr. tennion of Magrath. Neilson Don't forget that every memlwr Tarsden, Klias Pilling, brother-in-law j I he Board of Trade should be on ind Mr. R. Wm. Pilling, nephew, re- hand tonight at the quarterly meeting A FULL LINE OF Happy Thought Ranges