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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOI, ALTA.. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1108 BHEEBBEi M P h Of Interest to Women NO USE FOR MIKE Man Acquitted of Murder Not Wanted In Apparatus fjr A deputation of women lias prokst-j ed to the mayor of Buffalo against the placing of tradesmen's circulars in house letter boxes. A nursery in the church parlors has been established by the pastor of u Chicago Uaptist church, and a number of the young ladies of the congrega- tion employ themselves there every Sunday looking after the babies while the mothers attend the services. Jiouschwpcr to social queen lough 1 should like to turn the __ Frank, May .Mr. II. llcbo, nui- en, lunger oC the C. A. 0. LVl'o., who lieen absent lor several days re- Hit upside down by putting the turned lust nighi, Ji is stutc-d that omemaker at the top instead of the1 he has ordered a screening ottoni of the- scale. Miss Louise Fairchild, of Lynn, Nfoss., has been made a justice of the peace by the governor. She is only twenty-one years old and her photo graphs show her in very youthfu in appearance. She will graduate nex yt-ar from the Boston university law school. Madame Paquin, the widow of th late famous ladies' tailor, will hersel carry on her husband's business in fu turc. Madame Paquin made her firs public speech when she addressed th annual meeting of the shareholder of Ptiquins, Limited, in London re- cently. A museum of dress is to_be estab- lislied by the Paris Society of the History of Costume, it will contain spcciments of the costumes of a'l classes of people at all times. The so- ciety will also make research into the origin of certain styles of garments, and into the influence of one country upon-another in the matter of dress. v. Lady secret of happiness every life is to be doing what you feel you can do best, and to have your own inglenook. To do what you can do best includes the entire gamut, The sixtieth aniversary o! the lirst' voman's celebration in the world is. o be celebrated at Seneca Falls, U.S. i A., on May 27. The original conven-) ,ion was held in this town in 18481 'to discuss the social, civic and relig-i 10us position of women." One of the jrgunixers of the meeting, Mrs. Klix-, .iSK'th Smith Miller, of Geneva, N. is still alivi1, and will be a i' at the sixtieth anniversary. thu the will be scrc-eued. Mr. Uebo stales tbiit lw lias u market tor uli Ipunuus I'or tiie. mine and when mine starts the production uf MACLEOD NEWS Will C. P. R- Station Be Land Rising Mack-Oil, May land deals have hi'1-'" through in A LECTURE mimmimmminmmim iitiiimi ON IRELAND The concert u ml lecture, at Knox past week, j Church lust night was much enjoyed tfcvorul settlers are coming in a Well filled house, In his lectun- Mr.- C. Urillin, from Derby, Hev.1 Mr. .Morrow 1..L.B. showed his who arrived some lime utfo faiu.iluu-ity with the subject "Irc- this locality within th. daily. with his wife und family has purcluis and his sympathy wilh her the farm of Walton, Town suffering property is also selling t'asi, and pric- es arc rising, the 20iL (Vntury Heal screenings up to six hundred tons per Estate Exchange day. Lie also is going tcf install el- a great many sules. cctric light for the town und Ulair- more, the town of t'raiili having been responsible without light j'iu' the pusl three months. At tho to the ruins and llie warm uvath.r of i he past week the Old Man is ing rapidly, large ions of Police Court today Justices banks near the old Company's Power ,-u- St at ion the Light Of course )he lecture was replete with anwxloti's illustrating the prover hiiil Ji-ishmun's wit. The speaker be- ing a son of Ireland, naturally ren- dered these in an original style. The musical numbers of the pro- gramme delighted the audience. Miss Agnes Ilanlie itml Mrs. Macdonuld i were heartily applauded and encored. swept away daily, ih.- Power House, us mul Lady Hdcn Grimston, eldest laughter of Lord and Lady Verulam if the peerage, has secured !ier certificate us an expert butter- iJelrher and Ucsiwy sentenced T. Can ners (recently from Montreal) for vagrancy and stealing a i itself, which is now used as u pork ride on the fivighl trains to packing establishment, in im- (me mom.ii in Maclcod jail. Also inent danger of serving the -Mike L'lows (from Hengon, near Kd- fate. J-'or the same reason Mike "jAlr. Fleming, ih Church bear very heavily npi n the people. Hi> i doubted whether free trade, while u 'bone-fit to Rngland, was likewise o I help to Ireland. The number hav- I ing shares in distilleries was a great f I LONDON THE LESS London, Ont., May population is now an incmisp of 799 compared with last year. Finl.ry and John Stocks, deputy min of public tvorks w, re driven! around the city in automobiles, fine thity, the government party were i driven up the east.-rn approach to the bridge which wi.s tho cause temperance th. occasion, a satin ribbon was drawn, althouch jn across the bridge and the- ceremony of parting the ribbon was performed by the Premier Hon. A. 0. fod and Mrs. W. T. Finhiy an the bridge the Friday Hrulge ri hu, fulntiss heUer lhe pool. ,0ll d.tions of K! in Solllhmi ]i.ehind Cash SECURES AEO HOUSE In North Ward, Balance a month till paid for Cash t 4-W-f- 6-ROOMED HOUSE ON CUTBILL STREET Water etc. Balance very Easy. Terms Fixed over Ten Years Selected North Ward lots, Good Location, Terms T. E. Patteson Room 7 Oliver Block Lethbridge The Herald Job Department Pro- duces All Manner of Fine Work. Rock Bottom Prices in Crockery and Groceries sir Saving Dissolution From Monday, May until the end of the month we will offer to the buyers of Lethbridge and district our entire stock of Groceries Crockery at prices that will appeal to the pocket of every careful housewife. Aelanceatthe quotations on the articles mentioned will convince yo'u that we are slashing tilings at a clip never before known in this city. are only able to inakft these great discounts because s we will sell for cash and cash only. Regular customer, will be carried tins momh ns usual. From Jnne 1st cash reigns supreme. Everybody will be on the same footing. eany on sold out. Run your eye oTcr these prices and leave your order with iis J -r ________ v tiioao snmis noforft we are >n iuuiiuuy ju" i-w 4.. Sate continues for Twelve Days Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour 98s 49s for 1.70 Leitch Bulls Eye 98s for 3.00 Gold Standard Baking Powder, 12 oz for I5c Reliance Coffee 21b for 35c Braid's Big 4 reg. 40c Ib for 30c Braid's Special 50e for 40c St. Charles Cream 5 tins for 70c Sour, Sweet and Chow Pickles at per gal, 90c Clark's Pork and Beans, 3 Ib. tins, 2 for 35c Red Cross Worcester Sauce lOc Red Cross Relish 25c ALL CROCKERY 15 PER CENT OFF Soap Swift's Pride, 7 bars for 25c Royal Crown, 2 packages for 4-5c Golden West 45c H. H. Cleaning, 2 cakes for 35c Toilet Soap Royal Crown Wilch Hazel, a box 2Oc Oatmeal 2Oc Wheat Bran 2Oc 11 Hard Water 2Oc Teas Tetley's Sunflower Tea I Ib. for 45c 3 Ib. box Orange Pekoe Tea 1.10 Biscuits Christie Sodas 3 Ib. Tins, 45c N E L-SO ;