Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDOI, ALTA., FRIDAY, MAY II, till. VICTORIA DAY CELEBRATION It is up to all of ug to do our in own celebrate this popular national holiday. Our way will probably appeal to readert of the Herald who appreciate the offer of good articles at ably leia than their regular value. For FRIDAY aud SATURDAY, therefore, we the following special offers 50 Ladies' Fancy Collars These are mostly of Lace and Embroidered Lawn styles, white aud cream. A few prices: Kegular 40c foi 30c 11.25 85 c 1.00 1.50 1 I Sports ml Ladies' Gloves Comprising a few lots of brokeu lines. Brown Silk, 2 dome, 50c Silk Net, 2 dome, black, white, tan, reg. 60c for 45c White Silk, 2 dome, reg. 10c for..............50c Black Lace Mitts, reg. 40c for..............2 5c Waist and Dress Materials 20 pieces Fancy Colored Muslin, printed and c-m- broidered, reg. prices from to GCc per yd. For IOC to 40c per yd. 15 pieces White Muslins and Vesfcings, reg. from lOc to 75c per yd...............for to 55c per yd. 2 pieces Check Suiting, iJ6 in., embroidered spot, reg. 50c per yd., for......................... 30c 3 pieces Plaid Lustres. BG 85c, for......20c Snaps for Men Colored Knot and Derby Ties. reg. ;ioc for.....25c Suspenders, rog. 50c Dark Brown Fedora Hats, ivg. for. 1.50 J. BROWN CO. LTD. Coleman recently Quite a heard and Coleman, May concluding part of the anniversary services of the Presbyterian Church took place Monday night, the 18th. This con- sisted of a lecture on the Yukon, il- lustrated by lantern views followed by a church social with refreshments. The lecture proved to be a most interesting one being the description of a 'trip taken tcT'lhat Tar "northern clime by the speaker. Graphically, he described the voyage, the journey ov- erland by trail, the scenery along the route and the events of interest that happened on the way. Vividly he portrayed life in the Yukon as tt was and as it is. Most interesting was his story of the hardships of the ear- ly gokiscekcrs and most instructive the manner in which he brought 'be- fore his hearers that land of the "midnight sun" as it appears to a visitor today. Mr. Main has a good subject and though he had evidently never delivered the lecture before from the closeness which he stuck to his paper, yet, lie had his matter well arranged, and will in time be able to speak more freely. ft is too the lantern proved a failure because of the impossibility 'open and closed to run it with the electric power fur- PRE.iS CLUB PRACTICE Every Member of the Frew base- ball Club is requested to turn out to practice tonight at the Athletic Grounds, at 7 o'clock, NEW SCHEDULE After considerable delay the sched- for the city baseball league has been given out, having been finally arrang cd lust night. The season will open as has beim generally understood, by i having two games on Victoria Day, i next .Monday. The Young Mcu's Club jplay the A. K. J. team in the af- i ternoon at two o'clock and i'ress i in the evening at C.30. All these l Urn IMS have lu'ori practicing hard and aro very evenly matched. All the ceremonies will be performed at the opening, and with a proper start fast play will be in order. Everybody .should be on hand to see the teams square away from the season's scries. The grounds are being put into first class shape and arrangements for handling a big crowd are being made. j Thy city league will show some fast players as the managers have each secured a bunch of artists unknown to the public and are confident that they will deliver the goods. Many rm u who have travelled in fast com pany will be scon in the different un- iforms. The games will be fast. CITY liASEUALL LEAGUE SCHE- DULE Muy 25 2 p.m., Y.M.C. vs. A. R. I May 25 G.30 p.m. Y.M.C. vs. Press. May 28 Tress vs. A. R. I. lune 2, Press vs. Y. M. C.- June 5, A. H. 1. vs. Y. M. C. .lunc 9, A. R. 1. vs. Press June 12, Y. M. C. vs. Press. June 1G, Y. M. C. vs. A. R. I. iJune 19, A. R. I. vs. Press. j.June 23. Press vs. Y. M. C. I June 25, Y. M. C. vs. A- U- I. July 1 (1) Press vs. A. R. I. (2) Press vs. Y. M. C. July 7, A. R. I. vs. V. M. C. July 9, Press vs. A. R. I. July 15, Y. M. C. vs. Press. July 10, A. li. I. vs. Y. M. C. July 20, Press vs. A. R. July23, Y. M. C. vs. Press. C. Do You MftlM Pastry? If so, our Royal Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour it cheaper than ordinary bard wheat flour. Made from the blending of soft and hard wbeaU, Your Grocer hat it now EllisBB NWing [levater Co, Ltt. WANT ADS 25c. one Insertion. 6 i A BEAUTY DRINK like beauty sleep, means a drink for good health. Alberta's Pride beer, ow- ing to its purity, is par- ticularly beneficial as a tonic, and is extremely nutritious. It is bottled by Lethbridge Brewing Malting .Co. Ltd., who will promptly deliver any quan- tity for home consumption from a case up. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. WANTED A SMART BOY to wait at table at 'he Hub at night. Must be reliable. Apply in the morning from-10 to 12, tr at night from 10 to 12. WANTED Several teams, breaking outfit, to do breaking by the acre. Apply at once 0 W. Ken- Co., Soutlmrd MUSICAL Cissic Sirnivi contrcilto c! principal English and Scotch con- certs, ii open to receive enftfemenU for concerts, parties, etc. For terms and testimonials, apply by letter. Lethbridge, city, 844 FOfc SALE MUST SELL-Houae in North Ward, 5 rooms; neat, new, rented at per month; mortgage can run 3 years; balance wanted in cash to pay second mortgage due in June, Price Cash, Apply Hatch Coons, Oliver Block. 35-0 WANTED WELL DRILL wanted at once to put down well northeast of Leth- bridge. The 0. Kerr Co., South- fYNOPilf OF COAL fite ULATIONt Coal mining righU of Dooinitp in Manitoba, fetkatehewui, the Yukon Territory, the North-Wait Territoriet tod British ColumoU, mijr be leAttd (or term ot twenty-one at uuuual rental of fl acre Not more than will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district iu which the ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory ihe I and must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and ID ard Block, Lfethbridge, Alberta. 128-0 i iuisurveyed territory the tract, shall be staked out. tlach 10 Tin Block. 386 DRESS MAKING Miss Simm, dress and costume maker. Orders promptly attended to. North Ward. 38-6 BOARDING HOUSE Mrs. T. W. Hanrahan has opened a boarding house at 416 Round street and is ready to take roomers and bonrders by tile day or week. 31-26 SERVANT WANTED General servant wanted. Good wages. Apply Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Dufferin St. 138-2 DIAMOND CITY SERVANT WANTED Wanted general servant. Apply to Mrs. W. Henderson, London Road. 380 FOR SALE Full size banjo by Lilly Birming- ham, England. Splendid tone, with solid leather case. Apply Box H. 38 2 known local Man to buy Butter 'and Eggs, and sell Cheese on commis- sion. Only a business getter considered. Reply Box No. G., Herald. A BARGAIN FOR nice three roomed WANTED At once for a client, a seven roomed house, close in to business part of city, terms' and price must be rea- sonable. Apply to E. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block. 382 wJth bunting shades. The music! July 28, A. R. I. vs. Y. was all that could be desired so-that] July 30, Press vs. A. R.