Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
HmBHfltfltiHrnmm i . -i A. MACDONAID i CO. Visitors to Southern Alberta Big Fair, which begins the 8th of August, nro invited to call at this store and see for themselves why our'trade i� increasing bo rapidly. The reason is Bimple enough- "Well selected stocks, close cash prices, fair treatment" These are sure to win business If its Carpets you require, we can save you from $2 to $5 per room Tapestry Squares Brussels Squares iljj x 4 yards '6 x '.\\ yards $12.00 $16.00 Art Wool Squares English Velvet Squares it x i>\ yards 11.3 x 12 feet. $7.75 Special $23.00 ENGLISH WILTON CARPET SQUARES Very deep pile and handsome designs. Those prices are low, $28.0), 32 00, M.OO. according to sm>. DINNER TABLE WARE Each US piece setts, semi-porcelain, elegant designs, in blue, green, colorings, edtjea. worth $15.(10 per set. For fair week we offer them at per sett.......... Gilt $11.50 A. Macdonald (& Co. Mi's. T. I''. Klrkhnm will nut t'e -eclve this week, Mrs. A. Wnddcll l� visiting tat1 son .J. W. Weddcll of the Co-op store. The usual services will be held nt the Baptist Tabernacle on Sunday. W. Laurie, the Cnrdston Wwycr, was in the oily the beginning of the week. The Baptist HuntUiy School are picnicking on Stafford's Bottom this afternoon. Miss Annie Divvies aiid Miss Clara Shepard left on Monday morning for the Coast. Mr. and Mrs. K. Hugell nnd two children have gone to Mct/>n�>. SasW. for �. visit. II. F. IMcks of Winnipeg has bo,.n added to the tlry goods siaiT of the J. Brown Co. Ltd. (). Sharp of Raymond six-irt Sunday In the city, oil the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. !>. I.. Hardin. Miss Oenge of Mncleod who hits Iwn visiting her aunt, Mrs. DeVeh-or, returned home on Sulurdny. Mr. A. .1. Mclntyre of Winning s|icnt Saturduy and Stinduy ii% the city while on a trip to the coast. Clarence Rogers received ti painful injury while nt the llrowii fltunchc being kicked in the face by a*young colt. Mrs. L. O. DeVeticr and Mtmtcr Leveret I went to MacLeod yesterday to visit the former's mother, Mrs. I (.van. T. C Woods of the Bank of Montreal toft on Saturday for Calgtiry in which hank he has been appointed accountant. Mr. und Mrs. Pooiey of I-ethbrirlgc were visiting flt the home of Mrs. �I. W. Madden last week.-('lores-holm , Heview. I). O. Brown, of I't. Benton, Mont, and .John Ilnrrls, (treat Fnlls. Mon. brother of Howell Harris, were in Lethbridge on Wednesday. The interior of 'the Union Bank is [being painted ami papered. Mr. W. I Cole, who lately eantc from Leth-bridge '�has the contract. -Maple Creek Signal. .1. W. We (Well of -the ftpnlley Co. hat* severed Mr connect on with that firm uihI has taken charge of the grocery and crockery depnrinient ( i the J. Brown Co. Ltd. Kenneth Ferguson, who bus bwii In j Iho ICntcrprisc Lumber Co. office here, went to Clgresholm on Monday to take charge of the Com pany's branch there. Douglas Brown and Miss Brown, who huve been visiting their Bister. Mrs. W. A. Blenner-Hussett for several weeks returned on Sunday night to their home Xecpawa, Man. | Y. S. Shopnrd left on the north \V. V.. CathelM |lns returned lo I ill-gft'T- Thos. W. Molmtt of CurdtMon Is in LMhbridge for n week. R. P. Wallace of Taber v us In the city on Wednesday. John Wolsey succeeds Oeo. Mcljean nw city tienm�U;r. Mrs. VV. A. llnnill,lon will nut re celve to-dny or Friday. Louis W. Fontaine of Levis, que., Is staying �. few days in the city. Anson Howard of Ottawa, Out., Is the guest of his cousin, ,1. ,1. John StoM. F. McKonnn of Medicine Hut bus been appointed CP.II. night yard agent here. Swastika fobs and pins, good luck1 cnvblcms, on sale tit (.'. Boss Talc's jewelery stole. Hubert Huge will conduct u gigtin-lie sale during fair week. Head his advertisement. Holrt. Xlvon, Sr.. CI'.It. nwichinist. has boon transferred from (Yanhrook B.C., to leVWiridgo. Mrs. ,1. #1. .lohnslon is away . .Proctor, the A.R. & I. car-inspector. L. Keel has removed from the Oliver Block to the Opera House, block, where he has a large store well stocked. Ladies gem rings, diamonds, rubies, sapphires and all other stones nt C. R.oss 'Pate's jewelry hi on;. Cull and see theia. The olllce of the Clerk of the Court will l>e clos�d after one o'clock during the months of August and Septe�n�ber. I W. F. Tate of Cranbrook. B. C I who is an expert optician intends spending Monday ami Tuesday with CLEARING SALE OF GARDEN HOSE Balance of season's stock I now offered at greatly re-dnced prices. Don't miss this opportunity to bny, as rubber., hose is higher in price to. 0 day than when we bongbtlj our stoclr, Brand IMh net. Size Maroon...... J................J.'t �3................IH K�>gular price . lOc per foot.., � Hi " . Leader Kinkproof. ...15 ..20 Sale price, 8c i�r foot H " ; 11 13 " :' ,124 " m " BRODIE & STAFFORD Have a Garden Ok1 YOl'B OWN, and if you need garden tools of any description, our stock of garden and farm implements is complete, and embraces the best from the leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY Tel. fiO Hardware Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance train > esterdiiy afternoon for F.d-monton and will take a trip west j over the route of the Orantl Trunk .Pacific-Calgary Ailx?rt�n. Noyes ONTARIO "GRAPE JUICE (inaranteed pure .'( bottles - for $1.00 J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Y.. W. Jacobs of Mugruth s|>ent Tuesday in the city. The A. li & 1. Co. intend to build a blading platform at Welding. IIrn. I''rank O.iver has retuniisl to 1'*.iIiiki|iIiih| ,, iVw days. W Wolsey of Cardslon, government l>i-lr, is w'th her, aivti t'>�.v ^""e * guests ol Mr. antl Mrs. Allexunder. Mr. Itonlley is engn-gud in the nurd -waiv business in l>uyslan below, cut this advertisement out ani present it at our Bakery and we will give you One Loaf of our DELJOIOl'S BREAD FREE OF CHARGE. Name, Street . . . � THE CITY BAKERY Nsmber J.LCALDER, Prop. J I'OIt S.VLK-A handsome secretary A snap for quick sale. Apply The Herald olllce. \V. It. I>t>l>l.in intends s|tending the n 'xt tm days at Carmerkgay where h.> is fMsposing of a tract t>f lni>'l he has for siik\ l'".tl. McK�>n/.ie. the milkman, has sold his entire supply to It. .1. Heed, wIki will curry on a correspondingly , larger business. j A vagrant nnmeil White who had served five of his seven months' sentence e.scnpt�d from the Mounted Police Sunday morning while lieing held as a piismi'-r nl large. The dentists of the- city will close hi ont.' o'clock on Saturday afternoons during August antl September. Miss Tilnt'y ami .Mrs. ,)�s. Living-stun.- went to Bun IT tin Moiitlny to sik'ikI a short holi'tiiiy. Ii. L. Darroch of Calgary, formerly of Col,lingwood, Ont.. s|iel)t a few lavs in the city this week. Mr. ltur- i neb surocertson tin pi't'sith'ivt, of the t). II. A. and still holds the position. While in Leth- j bridge, .Mr. Iinrrorh was the guest of II .1. II. Skuith. I'-he Kpworth league of Wesley Church intend K>vi�g n Hnsplierry Sofia 1 on Tuesday tivoning on ll>�! parsonage lawn, icx- cream, cake anil l/'liu>nade will be served at til.' usual prices. Tlu -etl from n.llii to ln.Itii. Arrange -uieiits are l>eing niatle for a nmst pleasuruble evening. Mr. W. I! ltol.bin, the Iob- | bin's auto. Wednesday evening re -turning Thursday morning. --Clares-holm Hevjew. \V. A. Uurliillitlll. of I'.illlvoU'totl. I'roviiu-ial lilmiriau of All>erta, ami Mrs. Ilmhunitu, arrived last night ami are s|x'ndiug a few days with Mr. and Mrs. If M. Anderson. antl are receiving the Mreelilitis of many friends'. This is Mh-.-ir llrsi \is-it in Uiiliirin sinie tlie.v left Si. Thomas about, ti'u years ago. pi-j,,i- tri which lime Mr. Iluchiiiian was uumugx'r of the on run 1. Mr. liuvliamui will si. II. Kltim. Cardston:s orator-editor. s|Mfct Tuestlay in the city. Geo. Jtruce gave up the lire engineer's position last night. John Xiven is his successor. Itev. Hamilton, Presbyterian minister of Holssevuiu. Man., was in ] Lethbrklge on Monduy ami Tuesday renewing acquaintances with some former eastern parishioners. Next Sunday morning Ttev. Mr. Hurrison will continue the topic of Inst Sunday morning, "Christ's Conditions of Diseipleship," und in the evening his topic will be "Divine Sonship." R. W. llrudshaw is bringing in tonight, a eurloud of imported Perch-cron horses. He will unload them here ami keep them at the l-'aif flrounds until after the exhibition. He v-ill exhibit th�'m. A liig excursion left Salt (juke City und other cities for the Mornum towns of Southern AIIaU'Iu, Carrlsltin Magmth, H.i.niKind a'"' Stirling are pivpuring In give tllein a great welcome W. Armstrong, jewel.-r, lias on dis. pluy the medals to he present.*! by W. Henderson, to the winning team in the eastern division of the Al,herta und Crow's Nest Pass KootUill l/'u-gue. They are certain to adorn the noble breasts of the Maple l*>afs. FOR SALE A i).roomed cotlone, new, heatsd, lighted and water connection, 5 minutes' walk from post office, a snap at $l,H00 A 7 roomed house in first-class condition, 1 acre of ground. Yonrs at......................................l,t�(X) A small payment down is all we require on either of these properties. A ,"t-room house and 1 acres land, 1J miles north of city, 1.200 \\\� also havo residential lots from $J0 up to..........1.(100 \V� have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot no belter site in the city. lots CO.VYUEAHK BLOCK. retired from the editorial chair Mr. Scott is still �n), Miss Johnston ', (Toronto-), M'isn .Men/.ie (Pemliroke), Miss Mewbui-n, Miss MucIXmuld, Miss Curniiiolmel (Winni|�eg); Messrs. Train ner, Utile, Hyde, Mew bunt, lltiwden. JOukin, Ives, Henderson. Mknith, STB AY KB. Howard of $10 for return of one drown, liald faced hors�', bramk�l .IS on left hip. Address II. II. Uink, Macleod. I-X o"o;o c^cxoo;oAop'oTox^ ; c WANT KB. good gtnieral servant . C. X. Bennett KOn SAI.K. Applx lo Four good heavy teams, heavy harnesses with titims. Two wagons, two sulky plows, one gang plow. Apply, C. S BOHI'P, nutli of lx�thl�rio Vrooman. McIjuIIiiu, Uarnum, lledlpy B. , Kirkham, Macbeth, Freeman, Bddy. St. Hills, Hiley, Jackson, Stames. Stone Shtupe. Cook, (i'Boiint.|| uivi Ha\ay. Snap for Farmers! Quarter section in 10-22. Must he sold. Some wheat improved. 11.1 per acre cash. Hurry. W. R DOBBIN. O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and soe the famous Magrnth land, now on the market. We have also,a few choice sections in Warner district, T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager.