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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H. J. H. SKEITH pMtNj Itafc} INSURANCE lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald i THE PLACE TO STAY iki it LetMrttp the ULlti NHL mm Scissors and Shears are made for accurate work. They are scientifically designed and adjusted to an exact cutting edge so that blade meets blade with absolute precision from heel to point. Each shear is fitted with a patent twit that can never work loose. This bolt has a right-hund screw and :i left-hand nut, working against each other, so that a varia- tion of adjustment is impossible. 1 hey are less tiring than any o'.hers for no pressure is required to keep the cutting edges together. You are sure of satisfaction if you ask for them by rur.-e. Every pair fully guaranteed. We sell them. WEI SELL FOR OASH The McKeown-Hick Hardware Co. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely Phone 62 Lethbridge The Store of Quality See Our Large Advertise- ment i On Page 3 Read Every Item You Can Save Money 4 Nelson Fraser THE WcATHER Lclhljridge, cloudy 151 -10 .Bulletin From Coin nil Ortice anil Alber- local showers, but partly fair. Not much change' in tempera- ture. If our experience in llic shoe business is of any value to you, try a pair of Harry Shoes on our revommendiilion as to their high quality and absolute rd'ut- 'bllity. You will isute Ih'.'ir style, comfort and extreme durability in sn vice, and you will realize that we tell the downright truth wlu'ti we say One 1'air Sells Another "s (Duality. F. GOW CO. LOUISE BREHANY, OF NEW YORK THE FAMOUS YOUNG AMERICAN PR IMMA DONNA WHO APPEARS IN WESLEY CHURCH FRIDAY, MAY 22. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Books and Magazines FOR SUNDAY Paper covered novels '2 for 25c and up. Cloth coven-d novels orofor Store closes at G p. in. excepting Saturday ROBERTSON'S SflOX SIM 1st DQGP West of Union Bank Phone 251 4 Bay a spool of -Tap Tooth Silk and use it after every meal to clean between the teeth. [t is important that you clean between the teeth. and you can't very well ilo it with a brush. When they are cleaned with -Tup Tooth Silk then rinse the mouth with our Hydrogen Peroxide aud yon will h'rnl no trouble to iet it lit -tween the teeth PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Nyall's Dyspepsia Tablets W. F. Stevens of Clover Bar, secre- tary of the Alberta Farmers' Associa tion, was in the city last night on his. way to L'ardston. Father Lu.combo of 1'incher Creek, the veteran missionary, is spending a few days in the ciiy with Father Van Tighem. He will assist iu the services tomorrow. Amongst the attractions at the Bijou tonight a clever "quick change artist" is shown. Many impersona-1 c l es ei SONS OF LEICESTER CELEBRATE 4 VICTORY On Friday evening i'.t the invita- tion of Messrs. T. A. I nderwood and A. Ely, twelve Loihbridgites sat Canadian and it behooves them all as 'Englishmen to adapt themselves to surroundings in which they were plac- ed and to see to it that they made good fellows of themselves. lie hai great pleasure in seconding, the toast Frank U'addington in a few honor ous remarks next gave the toa.u Lei caster and Lethbridge, Affords immediate and peroiament relief in cases of indigestion. Dyspepsia. Sour stom- ach etc. 50c per Box J.D. 1 Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk which .5. T down to dinner at the Hub Cafe, to seconded celebrate the promotion to the first, in worcls division (.English Football League) of Fosse, thu team which ithe Leicester UNTIL 2Ist ONLY 4 Lots Westminster Road near Courtland, each, down, monthly ALBERT E. IVES Room 2, Oliver Block PHONE: 'The 'wa.K Ladies" which Corporal seconded with a natural ets-i World of Labor (Continued from Previous Page.) provided, h that the council may by bylaw declare that no person ie entitled to vote who has not lions are given and include Napoleon, the'Czar and hulie.s in evening dress. -vcars Hev. Albert Bean, of ColvUlo. Wash- 'Ilialc The guests were, A. -i, i i -Barnslev, Arthur llavr, All Ilayr, 11. ington, will preach and sing in the Ilayr, J. T. Hings, F. Sexton, 11. J. Underwood, W. Wade, J.I iiiVlk j boys have followed that spoke of Ins thorough of adversity to ulti- justice es. One done tu tin- course which various dish- evoked much a la vanille" Uaptist Church tomorrow evening at I 7.30. Don McPhee and Kamond Van i Vuline both well known iu Lethbriilge lUld Frauk U' will sing. An invitation to nil. I That Hev. Father Grundin.of Edmonton, Superior of the Oblates of Alberta land Saskatchewan visited Lethbridge 'yesterday in the course of a tour of was "Souul thc provinces in which he will visit iwhich fonn of a the missions. Mrs. E. B. Freeman, Burlington, Ont., accompanied by her son, T. E. Fret-man, of the School of Practical Science, Toronto, arrived in thc city last night to spend a couple of months with her daughter, Mrs. A. Buchanan. After a hearty vote of ihuuks 'o Mr. Charles, whivh suitably acknowle l.jod, tho adjourned for music urd a li'-ilo cie- bating was indulgv.1 in which was in.; trust our local ineinlier this is attituh-d to. will see Unit on or before tlv date mentioned there in paid all taxes duo by him to tlie; lishing municipality eiiher for the current year or all arrears of taxes or both. When more tenants than, one occu- py separate portions of" lhe same building each shall be entitled to I have received the following letter for publication with ivfeiviu-e to the Hijou. mid us this column is always open for an impartial expression of opinion. 1 lm'> e much pli-asuiv in pub- 15. i vote if assessed as occupants provid- To the Editor Labor World: Dfar you allow me space in your valuable columns to state a few facts in regard to the Bijou Tht1- had Srcatlv enjoyed by -.ill. thorough hours the the King and Aul'l Land Sync [ed the total value of the property so I think Mr. Steven; is entitled football bearing the words "Leicester Boys, 1908." After dinner various toasts were honored, Arthur Barnsley proving himself a capable toastmaster. The following is the toast list: Toast Master, A. Barnsley; Leices- ter Fosse F. C., proposed T. A. L'n- minated a most nj >y and one which the participants not soon forget. ioccupied is sumcient when divided praise irom (give each occiipanl a rating of j if otherwise, none of such shall lxi entitled to vole. ery individual this city for able manner ccvipants which he catered to the wants of [the people in this city. To be hand- On money bylaws, the same quali- Stewart, principal as above, but must own real schools and for- not less than derwood, seconded, A. Ely; Our Kenneth L Lhe I'iiwher merly of the Union Bank start in this city, is spending today and Sunday visiting his brother Dr. Stewart and; The coum.jj mnv sister Miss B. C. Stewart. j Some of the gambling rounders that polls be kept 8 o'clock in the afternoon. One must E. L. 'Pilling accepts Cumin's elate! jjosls> J.-oposed II.'j. H. Skei'th, so- of lhe mc .and terms for a.match to be pulled I COIUied, ,.Vlf Ilayr; Leicester ami inS to ''ou have been infesting the city got wind :x resident prior to tho 1st day of I fd a lemon from ono who does not know the fa-.-Ls of the case is hitting below the Was Ibis knocker unaware of lhe fact that there are. two doors in Uh- rear and two _ "windows which couhi be for exits should the case require, if ever also provide that such a calamity should arise. Then, not later than! again, the whole thing is on the ground floor and 1 have no hesitation in stating that there is no possibility go-; July, written application to be pine- Ol" nny danger of a off on Hay 22nd. CITY AND DISTRICT act that them up. Four of them ed on roll must be served on Secre- Mr. .Pitting stated p. Waddington, Olit thc one was j tary-treasiuvr by the in his letter that two out of three Seconded .J. 1 lings; The Ladies, pro- CiluBht- IIe is ll lhis her. tails be given the decision. However! F Hoxloll W. Wade, afternoon Magistrate llum- agrees to accept Cumin's proposi- ln prOp0sillg lhe health of the Lei- I'hrics- cester Fosse Football Club' Tho-s. L'n- The city's new hose wa.ggon has ar- and is Iwing unloaded today. Mrs. II. Micbach left this morn- ing ior u to Harlem, Montana. Vancouver tion that three- out of five decide the winner. j j derwood said In; had lollowed the From the Raymond Uustler wo Fosse team for many seen learn that K. II. McDuffee is leaving! them at the bottom of the league and that town to open a drug business in', had seen them nearly at the top and Raymond and Southern' he always had confidence that ulti- (I. .J. Bryan B.A., of Calgary was! lew" pedestrians on Reclpath St. '.of the game and more especially in the city lust night on business in were shocked to see a Hiberta Drug and Book Co, j Prescription Specialists I, B. HIPLEY, Mgr. LETHBRiDGE Owing to ihi- unpleasant the Board of Trad'- did not hoH of their quarti-rly meeting last, night. The mooting is called for Wednesday night next. o u Miss Bevine and Miss Beg.n return Alberta can ill afford to lose a man lhev would reach that covet- tonight irom Coutts where they have [of the enterprise, and push of Mr. Me- !wj position, promotion to the 1st been v.Mtmg a few days. That he will with great division. That position was now, i A. Chapman, Mnidstoiie, who success in the 1'acific Coast mctropo- reached and that was what brought has been visiting E. HagelJ, ti few lis will be the sincere wish of his them together that night .to comeni- left this morning for Calgary. :host of friends in this district. i orate the occasion which to all lovers of man, apparent course to the Fosse supporters was a connection with the erection of his b" of the low-down white variety, -great occasion. although they were block. i strike a woman in the face last ev-i thousands of miles away, their inter- Mr. .F. (J. Robertson goes to Oal- emnK- The woman apparently was est was none the less keen and he gary this evening to buy fancy goods j his wilc' as 'sne no appeal for .determined that 'should promotion for Christmas from the large ICas lncrely walked on with her come to the l-'osse this year that tern houses. handkerchief to her face. It is not, they should celebrate it in thc way safe to interfere in matrimonial xjuar they were doing that night. lie ask- rels but such a man should lie knock- ed them lo join him in drinking to ed down and walked on. The people of the North Ward have reconsidered the matter of naming their church. As the school is called Westminster School and the .street on which the church is located mi- ster Road, it was decided that typographical error in yes jtenluy's paper, tho assessment of the weath.T was put at instead C C FOR ALL KINDS OF LUMBER faroM Roofing Metallic TAR AND BUILDING PAPER Lime and Cement This morning the marriage of .John j Lukacs. miner of Lt-thbridge. took Lukac.s, miner of and Mary Kova.cs also of Ixrthbridge. took phuv in St. I'atrirk's ChurcH, Father Van Tighein officiating. .Ian. superior of Calgary. spent yesterday in the city, a guest of Father Van Tighcrn. He and Fa- ther (Irandin returned to Calgary this molning. the continued prosperity of the Lei- cester F. C. A. Ely seconded and in a neat little speech, which was well delivered, pointed out that the Fosse had played 98 matches and lost only 7. playing IS of tlv ng but 1. Ho coup- THH Fl TONK5I1T third more scene tonight nt l All for tho ssim.- low price. ttost 190S and minster" Church would be tho lhe nanu> flf Banister (cap- appropriate nnme for the new church.itnil1 of t.'am) with the toast. The church will be dedicated tomor- j Skeilh was then callei row. Rev. Jus. Allan. D. D. Mission h-v lhl> toastmaster to ary secretary will preach the dedica-1 "Our and he remarked tha tion sermon at 11 a. m. Tho pastor jllc-lolt Jt il honor to be invitet of the church. Rev. A. A. Lyttlo, lo lhe fiinner. night. He was will preach in the evening. The Sun-jtne onlv ('anadinn in the bunch AT dny School will IH? at wa-s that he was a Cnnnd-j o'clock. There will be no service There was a groat deal Wesley Church in the morning. tfllk }lh( ut