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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H, J. H. ftKElTH M) INSURANCE TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald JMfe Worth towing Any knife will cut well Immediately after it is sharp- ened, but a knife worth having will told its edge through lots of hard work There is one way to recognize a knife that will stay sharp and give lasting service look for the name 1 KlffftR Every Keen Kutter Knife is thoroughly tested and inspected before leaving and is guaranteed to be satisfactory. We sell Keen Kuttei Pocket- knives, Scissors and Shears, and tools of all kinds. WeJelMforJash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford T and Hick Walcely I PHONE G2 t Ointment The use of this Oint- ment will almost im- relieve the intense, itching, and by following the di- rect ions a permanent euro will result. HigintathainSCfl.ltl Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT Croquet Sets Tennis Goods Baseball Hammocks At all Prices i: ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st tor West of Union Bank Phone 251 Changeable Weather Generally results in changeable health. One cannot be too careful at times like these. A. bottle of Dr. Gibson's Sarsa- parilla will cure you of ill, prevent you being ill if you are not. Come here and let us explain it. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time Col. Miickie went to .Milk River this morning. i Mrs. Y. 9. Shepherd left for Cal- 'gary ihis morning. L. Thompson, of Spring Coulee, was in ihe city last night. D. E. Hunter has gone to Dayton, Ohio, on a trip for a couple of weeks Entire new programme by Brehany Concert Co., in Wesley church to- morrow evening. Ralph Wickham has arrived from Harford, England, where he has been visiting. Mrs. A. M. Ritchie has returned from a year's visit to her home in England. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Magrath and family have returned from Ottawa Ont. Mrs. Xiveii and her daughter, Miss Viva, of Calgary, are visiting Mrs. Davis, Bompas S.t, Don't miss the Brehany Concert tomorrow evening, tt will be as good as the last one. The 0. Kerr Co. car of landseek ers went to Milk River on this mor- ning's train. The brewery will finish malting ihip week. The company have malted up- wards oi -lU'J tons Ot 'nxrl-jy last fall. Mrs. Win. Niven and child came in from Calgary on last night's local and are the guests of her mother. Mrs. Davis. The Store of Quality Dear Sir or Madam, Having disposed of the lease of our store and clearing out our stock entire- ly, we are compelled to shut off all credit business on June 1st. All due or past due amounts must be paid immediately, otherwise we will have to force collection, as we need the money. During the balance of our lease we will sell for cash only at prices that will save you so much money you will be pleased to pay cash instead of getting credit. Thanking all our customers for their liberal patronage, and trusting to see all during our sale, We are, yours truly, Nelson Eraser You need Cfom Wow COOL AND COMFORTABLE Men's White Canvas Oxfords Ladies' Oifordi in Grey Brown and White Tennia Men's Tennis and Lacrosse THE WEATHER ;LeUibridgc, clear The old brewery has boon, fixed up Edmonton. >ir and will be ust-d as a bottling house. Xext week it will "be .novcd up beside the new buildinf. A. Hobkirk, oi Cranbrook, B. C., district master mechanic aud W. E. JjWoodhouse of Calgary, master niech- Uuik, both of the C.P.U., were in the ii-ity last night. The License Commissioners at a meeting- at Madood granted the ap- '.plication of John Ell for a license at Grassy Lake. The Cuyley hotel also given a renewal. -Baseball tonight. Press vs. A. R. St. at.the Athletic Park. Game starts at 6.30. Admission 25 cts. Two men named Hyan, one with one arm, the other with two, were 34 4-1 32 '14 52 44 Prescription Specialists 1.1. Mgr. IETUII96E Calgury, fair 54 Rogina, cloudy GG Medicine Hat, cloudy GO Winnipeg, cloudy -IS Bulletin From Central Office Some very light showers have oc- curred throughout, Manitoba, Saskat- chewan and Alberta, but at Medicine Hat a very rainfall is record- ed. The weather in most districts has boon moderately cool. Xo fore- casts. The Gun Club Club will practice ton.ight._ The Jron Works yesterday awsirdW the contracts for the steel and iron work on the new school and the new Presbyterian Church. The O Star Return Brehany Con- i j i v. i v. i j i C u rc i arrested a.s vags. and ordered out oH "rt WeS'ey Church' May Mth' Seats, 5Cc and IVrsons having rooms to let for the town last night. Several cars of steel for the bridge have arrived and will unloaded in'accommodation of visitors during the a day or two. The pieces are loaded meet, June 3rd and 4th are in pairs, each pair requiring two- requested to list the same at Messrs. Mrs. Keller, and son. on th.-ir way j l-v teot nine feet w.ide. flat cars. The pieces are about six- 'IIatl'" Coons' oflice. Those want- the same will be directed to the from Chung King. China, to Eastern 'Canada, are spending the day in the city as guests of Mrs. A. Buchan- a an. Mrs. Keller's husband was for several years manager of the Sun Life Insurance Co. at Chung King, which is about miles inland I from Shanghai. On their trip down to Shanghai they passed Hankow tonight. days after the terrible tidal wave dis- j C. Messer aster there. Grand Lodge meeting at Kdmonton ha-s telegraphed the n.-ws that the lodge ha.s been granted its charter. Tvvo mon Corking at JoRSop their office. p at Xo. r> had a row over i City Baseball League opening to- Onc hit the other in the eye. night at 6.30. Press vs. A. R. I. police court followed The ladies of the North Ward met lnc