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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H. J. H. SKEITH IU) INSURANCE The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Vta in LetMrUge tiie KLUS Nffl The Triunph of Ice Cream Freezer Making The "Wonder" represents the most improved methods. It is made by the famous "White Mountain" people uiul the output of the factory of this particular freezer" is controlled absolutely by the manufactuRTs of (jivJULJo This name is a guarantee of quality 2 Quart 8 Quart !i (Juan 1 Quart 8J.25 10 Quart An inspection is quality confirmed. WE: FOR OASH The Meown-Hick Hardware Co. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely Phone 62 Lethbridge The Stove of Quality Clearing Sale Still continues And if you are from Mis- souri wo can show yoiuhiit our prices are not equalled anywhere in town Everybody Cash after June 1st Nelson Fraser L'oons wait to Suively this Ross Ttuto spent the 24th at morning. Cranbroek. 13. C. B. B. Hoyt spent the holiday at Newlaiitis- Alta. H. Jeffreys and wife, of Muc'.eod, were the quests of Mrs. M. E. Roy yesterday. Geo. H-irdy, of Mucleod, formerly of the Hudson Bay Co. here, came up for the holiday yesterday. J. ttradaliaw, manager of the local branch of the Win. Head plumbing Co., spent yesterday at the Hat. Mrs. A. L. and Miss Mary Roy went to Calgary this morning where they will visit 'Mrs. Win. Nimmons. Cuuumglutm will not receive tomorrow. Win. Laurie u'tunied to Curdstou Monday morning. >X Mr. and iirs. J. Fra-sei of Lucoiubu are visiting the Misses McLc-uy. One of the iirogruiumes ever produced is ul the Bijou tonight. A. Felger left on Sunday morn- ing for Iowa in iho interests of the Muson Lund Co. If you wish, to laugh long ami Joud como to tin- Hijou tonight and t.he Diabolic 1 idling. Kev. W. A. Lewis and Miss Pauline A. lluruikhurke brought in u car of elTects from Kckman, X. yestor- of MacLeod came in on the local yes- dliy> ttlltl vvill hl lhis ai'strict. Vou Heed tfiem now COOL AND COMFORTABLE Men's White Canvas Oxfords Ladies' Oxfords in Grey, Brown and White Ladies1 Tennis Shots Men's Tennis and Lacrosse Shoes THE WEATHER 42 50 50 A Book and Notepaper Window See our window and judge for yourself as to quality and values ROBERTSON'S ROOK STORE 1st loor West of Onion Bank Phone 25! Kdmonton, cloudy 02 Macleod, rain 57 Calgary, rain 50 fair 4U Medicine "Hal, cloudy 7'2 Winnipeg, cloudy 5-1 Bullet in From Central Ollice Itain has fallen in eastern Manito- ba and some heavy rain with thun- derstorms in Alberta. The weather in the prairie inces has been mo- derately warm. Forecasts: Manitoba, Some scatter- ed showers but mostly fair and cool- Alberta, and Saskatchewan, some showers, but partly fair and cool. terilay returning iliis morning. Adam Zillia.v of lluniboldt, Susk., formeily jeweller of this city, is spending a few days in the city. Miss B. K. Harrison went to Medi- cine 1-la.t last night to attend the Women's Missionary Society Conven- tion to be held in that city this week. Kev. .J. U. Harrison was the recip- ient of a. handsome token of esteem on Satutday. Quan Koy, of Medicine Hat's prosperous business men. who attended Mr. Harrison's church there, presented him with a line ebony, gold headed cane. Rev. J. p. Berry. 11. A., of Lang- don, was the preacher at the morn- ing service in the new Westminster m Sumluy, and church. North Ward. I gave a strong discourse on the sub- jjeet of "The Severity of Love." hi the evening he preached on "i'Ught- A child of Mrs. Holt fell into the irrigation dhih ou Ave. and was nearly drowned. O'Dell res- (ciied the child just in time, li. I1', Reeve has disposed o[ a half- section seven milt's southwest of the city to Mi. Hogland from North Da- kota, who will settlt-r. The young men on the Bank of j Commerce Staff and the C. R.! engineers camped on the river bot- tom from Saturday until last night. A. Foster lias sold a section of land adjoining his wheat farm south of Coatdale to Mr., of Winni- peg. The sale was made through Messrs. Hatch and Coons. Rev. A. A. Lytle, pastor of Westmin- ster Church, has been successful in passing his final examinations and will come up for ordination at con- ference in June. The Mason Land Co. have placed a The Olaresholm council. Wesley j Cissie Sininis rendered a solo, "Nearer, My God, to Thee" very acceptably. Considering the circumstances the city was very orderly yesterday. There was one street scrap for which one 01 the principals put up and j costs at the police court. T. M. Burnett of Bellevue, Alta.. was in the dty over the holiday vis- iting his parents, Major ami Mis. Burnett. Gordon B. Porter will open an Am- erican style lunch counter which will be called the "B0ston Lunch" in the! new Dunbar. building as soon as it is finished. 3lr. I'orter Is aiming to conduct a lirst class establishment and will employ white help only. I The committee in charge have i hall at the fair grounds beautifully decorated for the hop on Wednesday night. Music provided by Symphony Orchestra. Refreshments by thu_ j Good Co. j i -John It. District Vice IVes- ident, was at Mitford, near Coch- rane, Alta., last week, and succeeded! in a new local of the U.! M. W. of A. About thirty members n joined the local. j -Mr. and Mrs. Humphries of Xew York are spending a Tew days in LethHridge and Cardston visiting 'visiting Mr. Humphries' brother and sister. A. K. Humphries and Mrs. Win. Laurie of Card.ston. M Higinbotham has n Ply- mouth hen that is starling in to make records. On Saturday s-ni- laid an egg that measured 1 I inches around the ends :md around the .side, being four inches long and weigh ing ounces. Next? Edmonton Muiletin: Denham Mr- maiiiiger of the Tnion Bank at Tort Saskatchewan, is in the city (i.'lay. having romc to moct Mrs. M'-- who hns been visiting her par- ents in Lothbriilge for tho month. RAIN COATS RUBBER BOOTS UMBRELLAS S. O. E. AT CHURCH j The local lodge, Pride of Alberta, j of the above society, commemrrrated Victoria "Day with its' first annual church parade and St. Augustine's was being unable to find scats. lodge attended with forty of the fifty members. The Rev. H. Coard, L. L. U., of Recina, was thi1 -preacher, and gave a very elo- quent discourse from James 1.22: "Be ye doors of the word and not, A. Congdon, manager and vice pres- ident of the Ja.s. McCr ady Co., and Mr. Miller of the Miller Morse Co.. in tiie city on Saturday in com-, pany with Messrs. Lanigan and Hal- istoad, C. P. R. officials. Tiie whole party were thf guests of W. A. Blt'-n- I iKT-Kussett for a couple of hours, who drove, them around the city. Mr. Congdon had not been in the city for IS years jind expressed himself as A Fine Stock to select from i 2 g C4 Get MT o rhM Tratl firt We Are Showing A nice line of Son- venier Leather goous suit- able for mailing gifts. QUARTERS- J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist Store Room for Rent in North Ward W. R. DOBBIN AVoi-rla Lfihds THEN OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST THE: CASH STORE: A, Macdonald Co, very much surprised at the rapid de- hearers laying particular stress of thc city on the opportunity for work among j the thousands that are coming into t tlit; country from the Old Land. He referred to a few cases that had come under his personal observation during the past five years, of the good work being carried on by thc different lodges of the Sons of England, through j the Dominion, and askid every %mem- j her of the church to do his utmost j and give the glad hand to the strang- ers coming into onr towns and vil- lages. The Coronation Anthem "Lord grant the King a long was splendidly rendered by the choir, the solo taken by H. G. KP.ner. After the sing- ing of the National Anthem the breth- ren returned to their lodge room, where the Worthy President congrat- ulated the lodge on the success of its first church parade. Where did that crowd of young people go'? To ROCHON'S of course. Why did thoy go there'? Because thoy serve such delicious ICE CREAM 4 t HOW GREAT FIGHT FOR U. S. PRESIDENT STANDS St. Paul. Minn., May The standing so far as possible, to be ob tnined on the candidates for party nominations for president of the-Unit- ed States for the Republican nomina- tion are: Tuft, instructed .........'..........561 Hughes, instructed ................5-1 Fairbanks, instructed ..............32 Gannon, instructed .................-14 Knox, instructed ...................G3 instructed ..............25 j Foraker, instructed .................21 Jninstruoted .....................104 Tontesti d" .........................186 to choice ...............491' For 1- or Hryfin .........................400 Hryan .....................261 To be chosen ...........'........310 to choice ...............654 and Rooms 1 ind 2 Southard Bkck I-ETHBRIDGE, ALTA. f 4 P.O. fa 38 PW299 William Head Company Ltd. i; DUFFKKIN STREET, LETHBRHXrE, ALTA. tfcarf! fur Frtautts We solicit your Repair Work and aim to satisfy At Good's You will always find a full supply of every Hi ing that is good to oat, and can supply yon with anything you need to make your tablo complete. If you want any preser- ving Pineapples, .place your ortlor quick they are going fast. Try a cake of onr pure Maple Sugar, the finest in th.3 land. Fresh Tomatoes and Cherries arrived today THE GOOD CO. KeaiHjQarters Fait and Ice Cream flmie 98 Staad I Lawn Mowers Garden Requisites IN GREAT VARIETY AT LOWEST CASH PRICES __ _ __ ______ _ _ ___ HAYR BROS Successors to G. L. Vreomtn ft t Phone 75 1 1 1 1 1 1 t ;