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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H, J, H. SKEITH (WtNj M) INSURANCE liTe Lethbridge Daily Herald TWt PLACE TO STAY Ita ii Ittttridy tto UliU Mm House Cleaning Painting is part of as much as soap- ing and scrubbing. There are spots thit water cannot remove, and discoloration s that scouring will not take away. Use the paint brush in such cases, THE SHERWIH-WlLLim FAMILY PAINT In iinall is made to meet the thousand and one demands fora little paint about the house. It is ready to Dries quickly withu good Can be washed. McKeown-Hick Hardware Co. STOCK REDUCTION 25 per cent Discount On the following lines for the balance of this week: Stationery, Office Supplies Wall Paper, Moulding. Sporting Goods, Croquet Sets, Hammocks. Fancy Goods TERMS CASH ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Boor West of Union Bank Phone 251 We Want You to Try Our English Health Salt! It contains the natural tonic and aperient con- stituents of Fresh RIPE FRUIT in a palatable effervescing powder, prepared from the original' formula of an eminent English apothe- cary. 25c and 50c per bottle PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Mberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I, I. IIPIEY, Mgr. LETHBRiDGE An assortment of Gents' Coin Purses on view in onr win- dow should interest you. We carry a nice lino of Ladies' Handbags Family aud Dispensing Chemists Telephone Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality W are clearing lines of out all AT YOUR OWN PRICE Call and get what you want Everything in the shop at reduced prices Nelson Fraser THE WEATHER Lclhljridge, cloudy 50 -10 Uulleliii From Central OUicx- Ught .scattered ruin stunns in wes- tern provinces but gem-nilly vhe wea- ther hus been fair, tuul it has turned quite cool especially in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. There has been one or two degrees of frost in parts of the former province and a little more than that in the latter province. Forecasts: Alberta, scattered show- jers, but mostly fair and cool, jManitoba, strong north to northeast winds, cloudy and cool, showers by Thursday. Saskatchewan, mostly fair and cool showers on Thursday. TKe Star CITY AND DISnUCT Mon- Sports on the river bottom, day 2 p.m. Get a badge. A. JL. "McKclvie ,s on a business lery Co- trip to Calgary. Keep your on the lurf meet cm Juuc :Jrd uud 4th. Win. Soice, the merchant is is a guest at the Dallas. Constable T. U. Rose a passen- ger to Stirling this morning. Waddington Gibbons received a consignment oi bicycles this morning. P. Caruthers, secri'lury of the Oras- sy Lake Board of 'I'rade is in the city today. Messrs. I losithcrshau- uud Turner, 0. M. Hatch went to Stirling (his j morning. j Ten houses will have to he moved j in the construction -.if the approach to the new bridge. Victoria Day sports on the river bottom. Good programme. -Mr. J. G. Robertson returned from a business trip to Calgary. J. II. Clinton of Calgary has taken i a position with the Lethbridge Sadd- Chns. Oilman, of Butte, Mont., has been engages to manage the Leth- bridge Steam Laundry. Miss Mamie Cullinane left this mor- ning on the Spokane Flyer for her home in St. Louis. Mo. Band gave tluir weekly Are outdoor days and days when you require more from your shoes than in winter. "Walk-Over" Shoes are stylish, serviceable, comfortable, reasonable. We show here the "Junior" last, a famous Walk- Over' model and a favorite wher- ever shown. Notice the at- tractive toe, the swing on the outer edge, the general air of quiet dignity and individuality. The Junior Last will please you, we know. Shown in a great variety of patterns, styles and leathers. Prices and Ladies' Shoes A. SOUTHARD ABOVE ALL If our experience in the shoe business is of any value to you, try a pair of Barry Shoes on our recommendation us to their high .und absolute relia- bility. YUM v.'ill note their style, comfort and extreme dimibility in service, and you will realixc that we tell the downright truth wlu'ii we One Pair Sells Another 's Quality. F..GOWCfeCO. 500 f Makes first payment on 5-roomed Hquse and 2 Lots centrally lo- cated, balance of easy terms ALBERT IVES Room 2, Oliver Block PHONE FOR SALE 5 room cottage and 2 lots on Round St., cash, will give mortgage for balance. Apply H. Mac- beth Agency, Post Oflici? Block. 36-G Mr. took ing. Telgcr of the Mason Land Co. a parly to Stirling this morn- J- A- of Calgary spvut ito Calgary from the east. A. F. McDuffie of Raymond is in the city. i i he Magraih real men, spent, 'last night in the city. jlhis week- left A. M. .McKeown has been under Dr. fur :llllt jCSalbniith's care for the past few h-v Miss laily The City concert on the square last instead o! Friday. There was A hours with his -other H. R. erowd out notwithstanding the ilisl while his wind blowing. Mr. mid Mrs. of Mneleod Alia., been spend ing the were in town few i lays ago Sound tioconi- jwinter at ihe CK.VM FOIJ AN It THURSDAY jdiiys but exp.-rts to in 'day or two. out again in a The Hoard of Trade hold their re- I end en t of the Hoyal Culunihian IIns- Saturday Stmset. England and Scotland will contest Middle Aged Telephone I'lu-ising in Morrocco. Il'ustnitt'd Song. On the Brink. Bowser's Tnsoector .today to attend a meeting cil chamber tonight. A full attend- ln ITotchkiss is in'gular quarterly meeting in the supremacy of ihe football field otj j square tonight at seven o'clock. His Worship .Mayor Henderson will "do" the kick ofT. The St. Andrews' will have a Highlander with the bag- License the city of the license commissioners which is ance is requested. called to consider the following appli The best local talent has been se cations for renewal of license: Audi- cured for the entertainment given i> THE HODG1NS ENQUIRY toj-ium Hotel, Xunton; Dallas Hotel, the lacrosse hoys on May Hanc 'n attenciance wlio no enquiry into flie elmrjres mad" by Hodpins, Arlington Hotel, Leth-'ing after the concert. i will arouse u martial spirit in his: atviinst the Xaiional bridge. sure and see the first lacrosse countrymen by calling up memories Railway commission n'sunifd A. J. Kennedy, representing Mac- game of the season when the OI {no valiant d-.vds of their suices- this afternoon. When tliQ donald and Addy, contractors, of vaun Indian Lacros.w team play the Lors- teams will he photograph-1 lion Frank Hodgins. K. C.. Uutte, Mont., is in the city today, local twelve on May after the game. i tlwit und Mann I-I5T secured an option on the irriga- Owing to unavoidable circumstanc- i Tnt'' advance demand for sents assistant engineer Armstronp be tion contract at Clcichen. Mr. .cs it has been found necessary to boxes for the Louise Brehany subpeoii. d. Mr. Hodgins said Iu- expressed himself as being sur- Change the date of the wrestling' comp.uiy's concert at Weriley Church thought tliey had alreaily been prised at the rapid growth of the city match from Friday nigln to toinor-! on Friday night, is not to be wonder- sishpoeiied and was surprised that during the past four years. He row night. f'd at when it i? known that it is states that no town in the West has At a general r.ieeUng of the share-i so'f'om an organization of made the advancement that U-th- j holders in the Light Co. last! American and European ar- nridge has during the past few years. night all the old officers were re-elect' are in one programme. Business conditions here are much ted as follows: President. Dr. Mew- programme will b- a most in and diversified one. inclnd- they wen- not Heaman was district nndt-r Major Hodg- ins Hnd he to hiive him on tin- stand C. Murpliy. AN FOR DAMAGES BEING HEARD (Continued from Front Page.) sometimes jrave him a hand. Witness had seen cur.s unloaded. The pin was taken out to take the drag bar off. Then lir takes the fastening off to up end tlu-' car at dump. l-'ach lond contained about a ton. lir pirrvs of rook were gent-rally load- by oiir innii'but soiiu-tinvs it tofik LWO. i rorfs-i-xumim-d by Mr. Jones, wit- j noss said that Thisley's legs wore cov-j n-d by rock, but noiu> had touched] his stomach as. far as he could se-'. Tinsh'y complained only of the injury] to bis lee. It was not necessary to re- move the d to unload the car. This had b-.-cn done as a result of the kick from bis and othi r shifts a month or so before. They had spoktm to Mr. Williams, tlu- foreman of the i new incline, about it but had not I 1 spoken to Mr. Dixon, tin- general man At Good's AVe are not advertising a Slaughter Sale. Why Because we have no ac- cumulation of old stale stock. We handle only the best brands, and every- thing that you buy here is guaranteed to give satis- faction oryour money back A shipment of new cab- bage, Tomaioes, Cherries. Strawberries, Preserving Pineapples, Bananas and Oranges to arrive today. Leave your orders r arly or call up OS and have your orders delivered promptly THE GOOD CO. Headquarters Fnit and Ice Cream Phone 98 Kean's Staad FARMERS and RANCHERS INSURE your Buildings against Loss by Prairie Fires also your Crops ag- ainst Damage by Hail Bowman ftgency P.O. Block Phone 200 11 4 i INSURANCE Fire Life Accident Employers' Liability G. C. McDonald Room G Whitney Block st-1 tor commission, intimated that he intended to call engine r Paiilin. Mr. Hodpins complainod of of nrdi-r? for pnprrs of original csti- Residence I i Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta Balance Easy Buys one of the fiuost homos of Lcllihridge. 3 lots with the property. H. J. H. Skeith Room 1 Whitney Block The Salvation Army will hold an Ice Cream Social at the Uarrarks on Monday evening May 25th. ter than in Montana. iburn; Vice-f'i-esidont. H. F. jScc.-Treas., H. Macbeth; Pirwtors: i Messrs. Freemnn. Kevin. N'ourso. Hur die anrl Dr. (Jalhraith. FOR ALL KINDS OF LUMBER ;ond year in succession .were declared. For the sec- no dividends 12 t. son. BORN Carnduff., ...i Mr. and H. W. Nesbitt. a Ladies are strictly e Metallic TAR AND BUILDING PAPER i Lime and Cement WOOD FIBRE and PLASTER OF PARK Cafl ari Get m mtnic, Track Tart DIED Cnrnduff. Sask., on May 12. tlie infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. NVslntt. inp several and in-; slrumental solos. Seat.s now on sale j at Higinbotham's Drug Store. i A Tennis .lamlioree" has Ux-fi with Harold Cook Secretary Treasurer. The member-' i-hip is limited to twelve in number. (tho majority of whom are hank clerks prohibited from members of the "Jamboree Tennis Chili." The members prartio every night at their court near the Immigration Hall. The club desires to arrange matches with other clubs in citv. READY FOR SERVICE is now more popular with business men than custom tailored, The reason is because Typewriter Carbon Paper and Ribbons For Remington. Fox. Un- deiwoorl. Empire, Smith Premier find Oliver -QUALITY J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist Store Room for Rent in North Ward W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridce Properties RMMlariZSMfoni Bbck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. by lono; and skilfnl attention to every has so perfected the style. St and workmanship of its garments that they arc worn by the best dressers. THIS BRAND. W. E. SANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. Limited HAMILTON, ONT. WINNIPEG. MAX. Fresh Own Make EVERY POUND GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS DAILY MILK, CREAM, BUTTERMILK Bottled or in IX'Mvt'ix-d any whero, any time in town. North Ward included Plione 223 Dairy Produce Co. P.O. 38 PWM299 William Head Company Ltd. i DUFFERIN STREET, LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. No (targe for Estimates solicit your Repair Work and aim to satisfy Lawn Mowers Garden Requisites IN GREAT VARIETY AT LOWEST CASH PRICES HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vrooman t t M Phone 75 M M t.t.f t t.f ;