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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WANT ADS one Jnsertion. 0 Insertions MULES FOR SALE 0 large mules, weight Ibs. to Ibs., extra good. G. He'athe- Magrath. 33.0 MUSICAL Miss Cissie Jjmm, contralto, of the principal English uiul Scotch con- certs, is open to n ceivo engagements for concerts, parties, etc. For terms and testimonials, apply by letter. Lethbridge. city. 34 G WANTED Second year S. P. S. Toronto me- chanical and electrical engineer would like posit'oji in Lethbridge for a couple of months this summer. Ap- ply Jtox X, Herald Oflice. 120-0 WANTED By competent accountant, position in wholesale or retail establishment, also qualified to take charge of hotel oliice. First class references. Reply btating offer to II. S. Prince, Box 171, Calgary, Alta. 30 G NOTICE TKNDKKti will be received for the cleaning of the streets of the village COWLEY Cowley, May has been fulling almost continually since Thurs duy, May 8th, and the rivers are ex- tremely high, which is some two weeks earlier than usual. Tin; crops 32 12 of Stafford, up to May 29, uro amt Chas. Peacock, Secretary-Treasurer. Qll a greatly increased ttci'eilge. Sowing Of spring crops is well advanced and the WANTED contracts for put- ting down water wells. New rig ca- pable of going 000 foot if necessary. Address W. J. 'Jiell, Uowville, Alta. 340 FOR RENT Two front rooms with board, honu cooking, meals 25c, at the II. Adams Boarding House, now run by Mrs. Talbert. 30-C A woman or man and wife for house-keeper ut Isolation Hospital. Apply Dr. Campbell, Ott Block. 316 WANTED, All kinds of farm city proper- fall wheat is making a line showing. Speaking of tho high water in the rivers brings up the subject of a bridge over the Old Man's River into the rroeuphifcs, which is very much needed at this time of tho year. The candidate for parliamentary honors who ran hold out the hopes for a bridge will poll a solid vote among those who live on ihe side of the river. A very successful concert was held thc' Church on Friday ty for sale. 1 have purchasers for a A programmo consisting of WANTED A young girl to assist in light housework and in taking care of baby. Apply to Mrs. F. J. Mc- Keown, Baroness Road. 30-6 number of good propositions. List your property with K. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block. 3-1 G FOR SALE A snap in a dwelling house close in to business part of city, terms ex- ceptionally easy. Apply to K. T. Me Gregor, P. 0. Block. 346 FARM PROPERTY INSURANCE sketches, vocal and instrumental du- ets, solos, recitations was thorough- ly enjoyed by the audience which was much larger than might have, been ex- ported on account of the inclement weal her. Rev. R. Seeley of Pincher Creek preached on this circuit-mission on Sunday last and visited friends in the district. He also made a trip to Frank on Monday, in view of the A Capital Idea To take a look through our up-to-date Grocery and Confectionery depirtrnents which you will always find full of the fiiifest goods ob- tainable and at the lowest possible prices. We always keep a full line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Leave your orders Tor Preserving Pineapph s just arrived. Our Ice Cream Parlors are the coolest and best equipped in the city and our Ice Cream the best. THE GOOD CO. Headquarters Fn it and ice Cream Plow 98 Keu's Siawl THE CARDSTON BUDGET May 10 .--The cuiititiuul wet weuthcM1 lias spoiled u numlx'i' of W'U h'.l'.l Hy n luirty itcciiU'd lo tuke train and left on Tliunsdny for MIL' towns of Mu- gnith and Hayinond. The drivers and their cars are still hero however as the has only begun to show signs of clearing. Jt will take a few days for uic roads to dry up and make travelling passing fjur. The strcarnsarc up in consequence of the prolonged downpour. No damage has thus fur been reported by the water. The teaclver.s of the CunJston school had planned to drive to Raymond by stage, leaving here at -1 a.m. morning and returning late Tuesday .evening. Such an iirVaiigenient wou'.-i obviate the necessity of four 'stuy at Uaytnond as will now he iu-- cessary for I host- who attend the up- ening session. Some few teachers will leave by today's train and those remaining will lake .Monday's train down. Some seventeen teachers are to be found in this district and it i-; to be hoped that a good strong del- egation will be present. An inviia- Uon for noxl yearf.. scssjoa to The Mark of Identity We are safeguarding your interests when for'the WANTED WELL DRILL wanted at once to put down well northeast of Leth- bridge. The O. W. Kerr Co., South- ard Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. 12S-0 BOARDING HOUSE Mrs. T. W. Hanrahan has opened a hoarding house at 41C Round street and i.s ready to take roomers and boarders hy the day or week. 31-26 WASHING WANTED Waat'jd at home a straight washing Apply Herald Office.-Mrs. H. Dawson, opposite the A. R. i. works. 34 1 PASTURAGE Good pasturage for horses and cattlo, well fenced and plenty of wa- ter, G miles 'east of Lethbridge. Ap ply to Geo. 0. Box 658. 32 6 Place your insurance with The of this will be waru.'ssa Farmers' Mutual. The cheapest farm property insurance in Canada. Apply K. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block. 134 G FOR SALE OR TO RENT An 8 room house on Argyle Ave. Apply Mrs. Geo. Rogers. 34 3 FOR SALE Alberta, restaurant, bt'st stand in the city, well established business, complete stock of confectionery, to- baccos, fruit, etc. Easy terms. Ap- ply on the premises. Mon Yuen Co., Oliver Block. 1326 FOR SALE Ti am of heavy draft horses, 3 1 2 inch Wino'ua wagon, 15 double disc 'lassey-Harris seeder, one Bell City valking plow, 14 inch McCormack Use. Apply N. H. Murray, Boy 495, his last oflk-iar visit to thc mission fields of which he has been superin- tendent. for the past three y.ars. Rev. 0. Bishop is closing up his work for hcld aL this jn the year and will spend next year at college. Herald Want Ads Briig Good Results Lethbridge. 1346 ACCOUNTS COLLECTED If you have an account which you failed to collect, leave it with mo. I wil Ipot it for you. Give mi; n call. T. McGri-por. office P. 0. Block. 1346 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'clock p.m. Monday, May 25th, for an ad- iitional storey to the store of A. Macdonald Co. Each tender to be accompanied by a certified cheque for 5 cent, on the amount of the tender as a guarantee that the Contractor will enter into a satisfactory contract. The cheque to he made payable to A. Macdonald Co. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Plans arid specifications on view at the Architect's oflices, Southard Building. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 32-0 Architect. A New Assortment of LADIES' and MISSES' TRIMMED HATS for Midsummer Wear A line of Untrimmed Hats of the latest styles for Ladies', Misses' and Children Also Flowers and Wire Shapes Exhibited NEW HILL BLOCK Orders at all Prices taken and Promptly Filled L. A. SCOTT, Manager .H.'sTiCK's concr Before JJ. DHon, J.1J., two eases were on Thursday last. Frank Woulf was fined five dollars and costs for using abusive language at the station us recently reported in these columns. The other case was one under the .Masters and Servants Or- dinance in which JI. (J. Phipps was the complainant. The hearing was adjourned until today at 10 o'clock to permit of more witnesses being heard. Later advices aro to the eiTect that 'j the c.'isc has been withdrawn by Mr. and this action will be ap-j jroved by most of the townspeople. 1 I'KRSOXALS Win. Harvey, H. C. L., Western Jhi- nager of the Excelsior Life Insurance -o. and Director for the Standard Trusts Co., came in on Thursday and drove over to Kimball despite the rain. Yesterday he spent in Cardston and was n busy man all the time he was here. Air. Clarence Rldredge and his man ager Mr. .las. I'eters were in town yesterday on business. Mr. Peters, who recently purchased Dr. Campbell's brick residence through O. 'Lee Co. is arrang- ing for "occupancy about July 3. Mi'. Eph. llarker, who recently sold n large herd of sheep to Messrs. 1'. Hums Co. Calgary, returned from Spring Coulee yesterday having turn- ed over the 10.10 head complete his contract for The sunshine this morning is en- 10 we urge you to look Fit-Reform trademark in every Suit and Overcoat you buy. It is the distinguishing sign of value. Thousands of men have learned that it pays to look for this pays well to find it. Let it guide YOU always in buying Suits and Overcoats. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. couraging residents to come in from, hoped ho is not conspiring to remove outside points. Messrs. Joel Nelson {any of the ladies from the teaching and I.oury in from Taylor- profession. need them all. ville report the roads very, very hea- vy. Travel with light rigs is difli-1 For Victoria Day the Canadian Pa- cult and loaded wagons are out of it cific Railway Company announce for a day or two yet. i rrte of fare and one-third for a the Mr. .1. Sidney Towne is accompany- round trip. Tickets on sale May 22nd tho teachers who go down to to May 25th inclusive, final return ing Raymond this afternoon. It is to be 'limit, Mny 27th. 134-6 It is not generally known that carry such a very com- plete stock of Carpet Stymies and Rugs, also Curtains and Draperies. They are new lines with us and we start today an Introduction Sale to last for 10 DAYS ONLY, giving 2O per cent Discount on the above, and as they are all this Spring's we will un- doubtedly move over half of these lines during the coming Sale, so don't put off buying. SEE US TODAY Ihe Turpin Furniture Co. r Rock Bottom Prices in Crockery and Groceries l( From Monday, May 18, until the end of the month we will offer to the buyers of Lethbridge and district our entire of Groceries Crockery at prices that will appeal to the pocket of every careful housewife. A glance at the quotations on the articles mentioned will convince you that we are slashing things at a clip never before known in this city. Cash Rules at this Sale We are only able to make these great discounts because we will sell for cash and cash only. Regular customers will be carried this month as usual. From June 1st cash reigns supreme. Everybody will be on the same footing. Run your eye over these prices and leave your order with us early on Monday if you want to pick up these snaps before we are sold out. Sale continues for Twelve Days Ogilvic's Royal Household Flour 98s 49s for 1.70 Leitch Bulls Eye 98s for 3.00 Gold Standard Baking Powder, 1 2 oz for I5c Reliance Coffee 21b for 35c Braid's Big 4 reg. 40c ib for 30c Braid's Special 50c 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 Soap Swift's Pride, 7 bars for Royal Crown, 2 packages for Golden West H. H. Cleaning. 2 cakes for 25c 45c 45c 35c Royal Crown Witch Hazel, a box Oatmeal 41 Wheat Bran Hard Water 20c 2Oc 2Oc 2Oc Teas Tetley's Sunflower Tea I Ib. for 45c 3 ib. box Orange Pekoe Tea 1.10 PER CENT OFF Biscuits Christie Sodas 3 Ib. Tins, 45c NELSON S FRHSBR ;