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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta NortK Ward Lot H, J. H. SKEITH TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY h Lftttji I te ttlfi MIE Any knife will cut well Immediately after it is sharp- ened, but a knife worth having will hold its edge through lots of hard work There is one way to recognize that will stay sharp and give lasting sttvict look, for MtH KUITtR Every Kutter Knife is thoroughly tested and inspected before leaving the factory, and is guaranteed to be satisfactory. We sell Keen Kutter Pocket- knives, Scissors and Shears, and tools of all kinds. We Sell for Cash The McKeown-Hick Hardware Coy. Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hick Wakely PHON E: The use of this Oint- ment will almost im- mediately relieve the intense itching, and by following the di- rections a permanent cure will result. jJJiptottanifiCo.ltl Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 v Resident Nfrht Clerk At Goodfs For a dainty and delicious dish try our Merry Widow Sundae The Best in the Land THE GOOD CO. Sole far tW B.Y. Aerated Waters Headfiartef s Fruit Ice CreaH PJMM 98 Keai's Have You Bought Your Summer Hat? Men who have not got fitted to a brand new Straw Hat by this time are falling behind the leaders oE fashion and .also the weather. In our hat Btore a man can always rely upon find- ing the correct thing iu style. All the preferred styles for summer are here, both extreme and conservative, white the widely varying prices present economies not to be met with elsewhere You Deed Own Dow COOL AND COMFORTABLE Mail's White Canvas Oxfords Ladiet' Oxfordi in Grey, Brown and White Ladiet' Teimig Men'e Tennis and Lacrogse F. COW (ft CO. Lethbridge CITY AND DISTRICT went 10 Cardsiun to Medicine Sure Winners i Get Ycur Sporting i; Goods at ROBERTSON'S BOOK SIDRE 1st Boer lest of Union Bank Store open Saturday night until 10.30 Phone 251 Changeable Weather Generally results in changeable health. One cannot be too careful at times like these. A bottle of Dr. Gibsoii'is Sarsa- parilla will cure you of ill. will prevent you being ill if yon are not. Come here and let us explain it. PHONE 272 FREE DELIVERY Anywhere, any time C. A. Magrath this morning. Miss J. Hal last night> JJr. P. M. Campbell has purchased H. M.. I'arry's residence on Crabb St. 1'incher Creek arid Cowley have been having a lot of rain, too much some farmers say. Thos. Stubbs has the contract for placing an irou covering 'n the old Hudson Bay store. Don't forget the and dance given by the band tonight. X. T. McLcod returned this morn- ing from a trip to Nelson, B.C. He reports business good iu the Koote- inays. j Arrangements are almost completed 'for the Maxwell-McDonald xvrestiing 'match which will "take place in the city next week. Mrs. Rex Virtue and.family left last night for Moosoinin, Sask., to visit her former home. Mr. Virtut. went as far as Medicine Hat, return ing tonight. The best concert party ever in the city is here again tonight in Wesley church. Miss Nicholson of Calgary is spend- ing a few days in the city with her brother, 11. Nicholson, OL the Herald, while on her way to her home in To- ronto for a visit. Toronto Globe: Mr. George F. Frit- chard of the Bank oi Montreal at Lethbridge, Alberta, is on a visit to his mother, Mrs. .J. Pritchard, 1529 Brunswick avenue. The symphony orchestra will play at the concert and dance in Oliver's Hall tonight. Mrs. (Rev.) .J. M. Harrison {Miss Birdie Harrison, of Lethbridge, THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair TO 48 Calgary, cloudy 08 -18 Ix-thbridge, clear 73 45 Medicine Hat, clear 70 54 Hi-gina, cloudy 72 46 Winnipeg-, fair 02 40 Bulletin From Central Ollice The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been fine or fair and it has turned somewhat warmer. and Alber- ta, juostlv mir ami moderately warm I jut somewhat scattered showers. Manitoba, fine and moderately Mkrta Drag and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 1.1 WHEY, Th Star in the Swim J. E. Ardell made a business trip to Mac lead today. Nathan Dunn and J. E. Terry -of Carman, Man., are in the city. A. Blemier-llassett was a pus- senger to Raymond this morning. H. Medcraf of Spokane, Wash., for- merly of Lelhbridge, is in the city. Mr. Biixton and Oliver Summer No. 3 have gone to England for a three months'-visit. Clifford T. Jones, of Jones, N'icolls Fescod, Calgary, is in the city at- tending Supreme Court. Miss A. Niven returned on yester- dya's local from a three week's; visit to Calgary and Red Deer. .There is evidently lots of hay ar- ound Cardston, as the Massey-ITarris people shipped sixteen mowers there this morning. D. Hill and returned to their wife of Cranbrook home last night, Men's Straw Hats in large crush shape, made of fine tuscan straw, with black silk' band, and leather sweat pro- tectors.......................................Price Men's >'ew Straw Boaters made of fine split pedal brands ami finished with rich silk braid and cushioned leather protectors......-.......Southard's 2.50 Men's Straw Boaters made from fine rice straw in fancy and plain braid, very liflkt and comfortable, fitted with cushioned sweat band and black silk trimmings. South- ard's Men's Genuine Panama Ilats in the popular Tourist and Alpine skapes, have cushioned sweat band interlined with oiled silk, sizes 6g to 50, and Linen Hals in almost endless varieties of large crush and fedora shapes in cream, tan, grey and" brown shades'...........................Southard's Price 1 A, SOUTHARD and down and monthly buys good level lots on Charles Street, Duff Addition. ALBERT E.IVES Z, OHw Itak PHONE 1-47 Special Rates On Until Stock is Cleared at MILLINERY PARLORS Between Bijou Theatre and Reid's Confectionery Store in Hill's New Block ORDERS AT ALL PRICES TAKEN PROMPLY FILLED L. A; SCOTT, Manager N EW HILL BLOCK Sam %vho for ihc post alter spending a few days here visit- 1 ten years conducted a largo business ing Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hill. The case of Iluuk vs. Parry and in Maclepd wiU_ open up. a Chinese and Japanese store in McKelvie Shively was concluded yesterday af- jUcGuu-c's" old stand. He will carry ternoon at the Supreme Court. Jus- an extensive line_qf silks and fancy. tied? Scott reserved his decision. -goods., also tobaccos, cigars, fruit, Wilson of Calgary 'is in the j confectionery, etc. The back of the city, being interested in a suit to be j store will be fitted up as an ice tried at the Supreme Court sittings cream parlor. Mr. Sam has been in J. H. McKinnon of Uuluth has decid the country since 1877, jare delegates to the W.M.S. and are cd to one of our citizens after Colonel Mackie and A. S.. Bowman ;receiving a warm welcome from many to the citv a month ago. the Bowman Stock Farm hav.; a residence on Bompas! been appointed as judges to act with returned to the city last the professional judge sent by the Western Canada Turf Association at old Hat News. A. J. McLean of the C Y ranch, was in the city yesterday. He re- ports cattle on the range in excellent condition. The present price for July shipment is uhirh is mwh tetter than last year. If the weather permit, the postpon- ed Victoria Day Sports will be held Monday next. Children's races at half past four, adults' at .seven. The j band will leave the square at KA5 for the grounds on the river bottom, j The Medicine Hat News savs: Mr. i FOR SALE A. Magrath, of Lethbridge, Conser An aero oi land in the Northward, !vative candidate for the constituency two blocks from the school. Can be! of Medicine Hat for the Dominion sub-divided into elewn lots. Can be House spent Wednesday in the city, had for S650 for quick sale. Also; In the afternoon he met and address- qxiarter section at Milk River, on good led a number of the members of the 1 terms. Apply to J. A. McGuffln or to [party. A. Easton. 43 T> second dance in aid of the __________ j Lethbridge Concert Band will be held ROOM AND BOARD jat Oliver's Hall tonight. Room and board, C21 Round street, j J Q. WaUlock, n prominent citizen 44-3 of Medicine Hat. and well known in this city, died on Wednesday after se- veral weeks of severe illness. Tie was] one of the pioneers. has secured St. and night., There was a ploughing bee at Jas. Sandham's homestead north of the city yesterday. Mr. Samlha.ni, it will Ini remembered jiiet with an accident! several years' ago and is still incap- acitated. Several of- his neighbors! gathered yesterday and. ploughed up a lot of land. Those who displayed! their thought fulness and ki ml ness in this way were Bert Turner, Gco. j Wood, Stock and Bates, Duncan Nor- Milton Ward and L. I. TufT. Mr. Sandham expressed his heartfelt! thanks to his friends for their goner- i ous act. The 3C'th of May coming on a Sat- urday this year the Hudson's Bay Co.'s store'will close for stock taking at 9 o'clock Saturday night. 43-2 Tonight in Wesley Church the ise Brehany Concert Co. will pive an entirely new programme. Those -who were so charmed by Miss Brehany's singing, by Mr.Dick's violin playing, bv Miss Adams on the violin cello the big race meet week, lioth these x gentlemen are well known throughout the district and' the pulv- lic can be assured of seeing good, clean sport when they are the judges. With the large number of horses that are coming, down and good weather, there is sure to be a record crowd in attendance and a successful meet held. DROWNED AT PAISLEY Paisley, Oin., May Swi- was drowned in Saugeon "fiver near here while boating. His body is not, yet recovered. FOR ALL KINDS OF LUMBER Paroid Roofing Metallic TAR AND BUILDING PAPER line aid Cement WOOD FIBRE id PIASHR OF PARR C0mins homcland Miss McClung s playing on J Kngland to Brnntiord, Qnt., in! I 3872, to Manitoba in 1879, and fin- ally settled in Medicine Hat in He was a prominent Baptist nnd tern perancc worker, being secretary of the Alberta Temperance and Moral ;Kefonn League at the time of his the to Hear Louise Brehany and her tal- ented company jn Wesley Church tonight. piano a week ago will not faal hear them again tonight. Those who j did not hear them will cer-j tainly not miss this chance. Seldom j is it possible to have a second j iportunity to hear such artists and j t should not be missed by any who havo even the slightest appreciation! >f music. The numbers are selortrd i as to suit everyone and include j many popular airs. Cal mi MT WplttStlB Beautiful New Goods in Writing Paper and Envelopes a Box ij -QUALITY J. Johnston Prwrriptioo Store Room for Rent in North Ward W.R.DOBBIN Dealer hi Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Bltck LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. MACDONALD r FOP Gloves Hosiery i We are showing a very complete stock of Summer Gloves and Hosiery. In fact you'll find everything desirable in these lines. Black Lace Lisle Hose Fancy Lisle Embroidered Hose Plain Black Lisle Hose Cotton Hose, Black and Colors 2 Button Lisle Gloves Elbow Length Silk Gloves 2 Button Silk Gloves Elbow Length Lisle Gloves Fine Swiss Cotton and Lisle Underwear Heather Bloom Underskirts New Allover Laces Nets New Laei Costume Materials THE CASH STORE: A, Macdonald Go, NECESSITIES1 Anticipating that the weather for the next few weeks will be very extremely, hot, let us bespeak your requirements. Negligee Shirts and Ties Fancy Vests Lightweight Underwear Underwear Genuine Panama Hat Split Straw Boaters Stocks. Belts, Hosiery, etc i Sh Our selection is more comprehensive and newer th'an found elsewhere, and we can also do some better for you. GEO. A. SLATER SHOE Unquestionably the best and most popular shoe. It has caught on among the young men es- pecially. Oxford Shoes in patent gun metal and tan Homespun Suits 2 Pieces or D.B. Modes 2-piece Norfolk Suits In Handsome Shades Homespun Trousers to YOU'LL LIKE THOSE AS EVERY ONE ELSE DOES (McKELVIE HIRE I _ _ _ _ __________ _ m. m. w i PHONE 154 THE MEN'S WEAR MEN i We now have a complete stock of Refrigerators and ke Cream Freezers from to Inspection invited HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Phone 75 ;