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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H, J H SKEITH (Mm Ifefc} PIRE INSURANCE 1m e Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY AM k in Htm mo. 1 Itie Triumph of Ice Cream freezer Making The "Wonder" represents the most improved methods. It is made by the famous "White Mountain" people and UK-output of the factory of this particular freezer is controlled absolutely by the manufacturers of GOODS The Store of Quality Clearing This iiumo is guarantee 2 Quart 81 :J Quart 4 Quart 8 Quart 10 Quart 50 An inspection is quality confirmed. ill 1111 H. iHiiiHll-H- Of Groceries and Crockery Everything Must Go Nelson Eraser wi SBL.L. FOR OASH The McKeown-flick Hardware Co. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely Phone 62 Lethbridge Victoria Day Let our city have a holiday air about it by being dtico- rated with FLAGS Our stock is large and onr prices right. Store open until 10.HO on Saturday BUM'S BOOK STOHE 1st Door West of Union Bank Phone 251 THE WEATHER c, clear 73 12 j The weather has cleared in Maiiito- j bu and has turned somewhat warmer. !A few very light scattered showers I have occurred in Northern Saskatche- wan, elsewhere it has been fair. Iu Northern Saskatchewan und Alberta temperatures of 70 and over have I been recorded. j and warm today .and on Sunday. Star KRE50 DIP WANTED Money to Loan on 1st mort- gage Improved Real Estate at 10 per cent per annum W HOT ISN'T IT? Take home a bottle of our San Fernando Lime Fruit Juice AND KEEP COOL llberta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I, 6, ftPLEY, Mgr. IETHBFJDCE Keeps Stock in the Pink of Condition KILLS LICE, TICKS, MITES AND FLEAS. CUfttS MANGE. SCAB, RING- WORM AND OTHER DISEASES. Duinfects, Cleanses, Purifies. Prevents Contagious DiseuM, such as Hog Cholera, tamper, Abortion, tto. Vt hive booklfti describing diseases giving for tremt- tnect. Ask for them. J. D. HiGINBOTHAM CO. LTD. Rev. D. Jones of Tabor and form erly of this city was m the city yes- terday. Mr. .Jones is just recovering from a severe illness. The work on the trestle upp-. oarl to the bridge is rapidly neariiiij co'iv pletion.. The piles, two hundred tint forty-eight in number, have all No driven and the gang is now at work laying the deck. Tomorrow's services in the Baptist Church will be conducted by the Pas- tor, Itev. Win. Reid. Evening sub- ject, "Repentance and despair." A quartette party sings at night, Ev- erybody is welcome at, the. services. AV. B. Laiiigan of Winnipeg, assist- ant-general freight irafiic manager for Lhu C.i-.u. is spending tltt; Jay in the city consulting business 'tncn on matters pertaining to his department J. TTalstead, of Calgary, ;he freight agent is with him. Services both morning and evening at Wesley Church tomorrow. The pastor, -Rev. J. M. Harrison, will preach in the morning and Rev. Mr. Rerry, Fi.A.. of Langdon, A Ha., in the evening. Miss Cissie Simm will sing at the evening service. Attend the picnic and sports on. river bottom on Monday. Mayor Henderson will the 5-ROOMED HOUSE In North Ward, Balance a month till paid for Gash Secures BROOMED HOUSE ON CUTBILL STREET Water etc. Balance very Easy. Terms Fixed over Ten Years T. E. Patteson Vou Deed tftm now COOL AND COMFORTABLE Men's White Canvas Oxfordi Ladiea' Oxfords in Grey, Brown and White Ladies1 Tennis Shoes Men's Tennis and Lacrosse Shoes F. COW (ft CO. Lethbridge Room 7 Oliver Block Lethbridge WANTED A Listing of cheap lots in Blocks 95 and 96. I have buyers for same i ALBERT E. IVES low I Ninr Block PHONE i 11I i -H11 iI it itill ...A new extra special for tonight at j the Bijou. The Salvation Army will hold a free musical festival and ice cream social on Monday evening, March 25. George Thompson, one of tlw Her- ald's old-time employees, will arrive on tonight's train to spend Empire Day in the city and renew old ac- quaintances. HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE Brussels, May re- ceived here from the west coast of Africa anounce that the steam; r Ville Du ikuges luul been sunk by a tornado on the upper Congo. Six Jerscv City Europeans and 48 blacks w. n- drown- ltl( American Restaurant will still retaiji the old name but will hereafter be run by a- NEW MANAGEMENT who will continue to provide First-class Meals and render prompt service in agreeable surroundings SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS T. D. Desmond Corner Smith and Redpath Streets J BASEBALL RESULTS EASTERN: At Buffalo- Buffalo R.H.E Henderson first ball in th It is re freshing, thirst quenching and satisfies. It is wholesome and every HICTnirT glass does you good J fljy DISTRICT PHONE 272 I FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time T. Taylor, of Mucleod, is In th H. icity. 1 Don't miss the Hijon tonight. i St. Augustin's choir tonight at 3 o'clock. City Haschnll on when -at 2. o'clock thu- V A. H. I. teams conu- together the AthU-tir Park. Xo doubt a big I crowd will turn out to see the first' match in the city's most popular! game. The Rangers are to have a visit from Macleod on Monday, when an- other good game 'can be expected. Kick olT at seven o'clock, on the Square. The Rangers team will be: McDonald. Ferris. L'arr, Scott. C'his- wtck, Smith, White, Fan-brother, Hoi j burton, iuu and McMullcn. practice Creig. j The picnic-and sports arranged to a brilliant take place on the river bottom on Monday is bound to be well'pat The opening services in with Westminster Church in the Xonh Ward will be continued tomor- row. Rev. Mr. Berry of will preach in the morning and Rev. J. M. Harrison of Wesley Church in opening game of the i v the evening. i he church will be or- at th-- evening .service. A tea M. C. and com.tTl glvpn fn church on Monday evening, -May 25. Rev. Mr. Berry and the local minis- ters will give addresses. The pupils RETIRING R. C. BISHOPS Montreal, Many has been connection received from Rome that it is the intention of the Pope to retire several Canadian bishops shortly. Among naiiu-s mentioned thorio of bishop Drill, of British Columbia and Arch- bishop O'Connor, of Toronto. extra reel at the will of Westminster the School assist on At Providence Rochester Ri-d DOLT. May A. Molson, the popular manager of the Red Deer branch of the Merchants Bank of Canada, received word a few days ago of his removal to the management of the Calpary branch of this monc- tarv institution. NATIONAL: At St. St. York, rain. At Chicago......................'..7.12.0 Boston 1.........................1-7.0 At VICTORY FOR HARDEN Liepsic, May Supromc court today set aside the verdict of the lower court under which Maxmillien Harden, the Berlin editor was found guilty of libelling Count Von Moltke and ordered that the case be retried by the lower court. Harden was cheer- ed by the crowd as he went to, and left the court room. Pittsburg Brooklyn At Cincinnati Philadelphia .3.9.2 .5.7.3 .5.10.0 ..2.7.0 o u FOR ALL KINDS OF LUMBER Last night there was di.vplay of the aurora X. K. Hcdiiijrfield of High River Th.c programme consists of chain among the visitors in the city 'today. 1 other Hat races, I Picnic and sports at the river bot- torn on Monday. Band present. J. C. Scht-rnerhan. of Nelson, H.C.. Paroid Metallic legged, potato, sack races, climbing the greasy pole, etc.. while the tug of war open to friendly societies', for ja .silver cup is bound 1o cause a lot was an arrival on this morning's1.. _, fa -of excitement. The list. too. is a good on-. The City Hand will L. Cope and U II. Mills leave leave the bund stand on the train. tonight for the holidav. Ferine. II. spend at 1.30 for the grounds and will .play j diirfng the programme. The reiresh- Dr. O. J. Courticc tonight for tnent committee-has provided- a pood Maple Creek to Victoria Day 1 vn.ricly of things for the inner man and nltogether this will make a splon did rhapcft for a good lively time at the prettiest. around So provide-yourselves with a Virto- rfa Day badge, bring the youngsters and spend a happy holiday. with his brother. K. SU'pht'nson, of Winnipeg, in- of Crown Timber Ag- encies was ill th.- cm Thursdjiv. WE EXCEL IN PRINTING 1 TAR AND BUILDING PAPER Lime and Cement WOOD FIBRE ad PLASTER OF PARIS Jj Call and Get osr Qsotatiens bQ O Trark Yard MWMVI riwfi i Mitt t.M Kedpatli St. IB j We Are Showing A nice line of Son- 4 vetiier Leather iroals snit- able for mailing gifts. -QUALITY J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist Store Room for Rent in North Ward W.R.DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties EUck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. When You Want Particular Printing Place Your Work With The Herald Job Department Busjni'ss men and others have every reason to patronize the Herald, vrhere experience has tanght them that the best in the art can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. .2.6.1 AMERICAN: At New New York-Chicago, rain. At Boston- St. Louis ......'.................1-7.2 'At Washington .4.10.1 At Cleveland .......................1.3.0 Philadelphia ....................0.2.2 Where did that crowd of young people go? To ROCHON'S of course. Why did they go there? Because they serve such delicious ICE CREAM If yon are not a patron of the Herald Job Department, let ns estimate on your next work. W. JORDAN, Pkne 106 BI.TOU PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Madam's Fancies. Two Pnst Friends. Illustrated Song Jealous Wife Cabman Mystified. FOUND On Friday, a purse containing a sum of money. Owner can have same by proving property and paying ex- penses of advertising. Herald Office. FOR SALE A gray marc and a colt. The mare is 5 years old, gentle, stand anywhere, weight about Anpljr C. Begin, close to the gas well. 392 At Good's You will always find a full supply of everything that is good to eat, and can supply you with anything you need to make your table complete. If you want any preser- ving Pineapples, place your order quick they are going fast. Try a cake of our pnre Maple Sugar, the finest in thd land. Fresh Tomatoes and Cherries arrived today Fn it iti ice freai lea's Stud Lawn Mowers Garden Requisites IN GREAT VARIETY AT LOWEST CASH PRICES H AYR BROS. Spectators to C. L. VreoMia Phone 75 I 1 M M.M t f M M f .fj ;