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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I nliiiiriilM'fiiiiiiiihi'itii A. Visitors to Southern Alberta Big Fair, which begins the 8th of August, are" invitetl lo call at this store and see for themselves why onr trade is increaBiiig so rapidly. The reason is simple enough-"Well selectetl 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 3^ X 4 yards 3 X 'ih yards $12.00 $16.00 Art Wool Squares English Velvet Squares :5 X ?,\ yards 11.3 X 12 feet, $7.75 Special $23.00 ENGLISH WILTON CARPET SQUARES Very deep pile and handsome designs. These prices are low, $28.0y, 32 00, 3G.00. Each acoording to size. DINNER TABLE WARE 98 piece setts, semi-porcelain, elegant detigns, in blue, green, colorings. Gilt ^11 edges, worth $15.00 per set. For fair week we offer them at per sett...,,........... �PX X. A. Macdonald ^ Co. j Mi's. T. V. Kirkhain wiJI nOt le  calve this weak, Mrs. A. W�'(Mcll is visiting bst" son J. W. Wacldell of the Co-op store. TlK! usual services will be held at lh� Beptist Tatwrnacle on Sunday. W. Laurie, the Cardston lawyer, was in the city the ixjg'inning of the week. Tlie Baptist Sunday School are picnicking on ataflord's Bottom tbis afternoon. Miss .\nnie Pavics and Miss Clara Hhepard left on Monday morning for Ithe Coast. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hagell and two chil|dren have gone to Mcfjean, Sask. for a vl.9it. H. F. Hicks of Winnipeg has toeen added to the dry goods slalT of the ./. Brow-n Co. Ltd. O. Sharp of Raymond .spent Sun- W. te. CalhcW Was ruUifMoii Lo . Mm. H. Beniloy is agaJh in the city'tinn' old friends after an ab-scnot of several years. Lottico, hc-r daugh'lobl)in intends spending the n,?xt ten days at .Gnrmengoy where ho is ds. The rofrt'shments will be served from fi;;iO lo 10:;io. Arrange -UKjnts are Ijeing made for a mpst l^leasurable c\'cning. Mr. W. I{. r>oblrin, the L(jthbridn(!S(ln.v evening re -turning Thursday nioriiiiig. -Claros-holiTi Review. VV. \. Buohanan, of F.iUuonton, Provincial librarian of .Mberta, and Mrs. Buchanan, arrived last nighf uiwl arc s|X"n(li'ng a few days with Sir. and Mrs. H. M. Anderson, and are iH-'ceiving the t;''t*'tlngs of many friendsi. 'J'his i.s alujir fir.sf xi.s-it to Ontario since lhc.\' U-il Si. Thomas ii)mM Ivo years ago. pritu' to which tin>io Mr. BuchannTi was managvi' of the .Journal. jMr. Buchanan will spend a month in the East, during which he will visit bis paivnts in Gruvonhnrst. and also inspect gov -ernmont libraries in ("anada and the States. Mrs. Buchanan will visit her paiwits, Mr.- anti Mrs. 13. B. Free -man, Burlington, Ont., whei-e her sittter. Miss Olive Frccmnn wiill be married in the early fall lo E. B. Smith of Hartford, Conn.- St. 'J'homaa Times. and Mrs. W. D. L. Haidic. Mi.s.s O-cngia of Maclcod who hnn been \i�iting her aunt, Mrs. DeVcb-er, returned home on Saturday. Dr. A. .1. Mclntyre of Winniiieg spent Saturday hnd Sund^iy iiii the I city while on a trip to the coast. Clarence Rogers received a jwinf"' injury while at tho Brown ifl^anchc lieing kickwl in the face by a '^yo?ttgofl in journalistic work and Is combining pleasure and busincsN during this trip. He nwdc a trip over the A.R. & 1. lines this I week and is much surprised at the rievolopntont of Southern Aiberta adve',-tisen*ont. Robt. Niven, Sr., C.P.R. uwchinist has been transferred from (^ranbrook B.C., to I^tjli'bridge. Mrs. .1. J. .Tohnstoti is away on a. visit to her home, Ottawa, Out,, and other eastern points. �Messrs. W. F. Ilussell, W. ProWt and R. .\. VwnNorman of T-aljerwere in the city on Wwlncsday. Miss B. G. Stewart and Miss E. E. McClure returned Tuesday evening from their trip to the Coast. Hugh Brock and Morris Thomas, C.P.R. engineers h:\.vc 'Ixjon my 'llie Hadley-Kolwrta t.'o. in their I'eslaurant. Those present were: Misses Belcher, Misses Hatch, Misses Hardie, Misses Stafford, Misses lllaclieth, Miss Rogers, Miss Henderson, Miss Bawden, , Munns (Calg�r,\), Miss Johnston I (Toronto), Misn Monzic (I'entbrokc), Miss Mcwburn, Mi-ss MacDonald, Mis.s Carnniobacl (Winniftetf); Messi-s. Tram , ncr, Little, Hyde, Mewburn, Bawden, jEakin, Ives, Uondorson, Skeiith, I Vrooman, McLellan, Uamum, H�ilpy ,Kirkham. Macbeth, Frannan, Eddy. Mills, Riley, Jackson, Stames, Stone Shariie, Cook, O'Dunnell arvd Raloy. WANTED. ................\, '>��'i Wit-Brand Size Planet.........J..,. " :)' ........I   . � Maroon.......1____ " ....... ;i Leader........... Kinkproof.... =i____ CLEAIINi SAIE OF HARDEN lOSE Balance of season's stooW^ now oflFered at greatly re>'j dnced prices. Don't miss this oppor-'l tnnity'to bny, as rubber|| hose is higher in price toi| day than when we bough t| our stock. Regular price Sale price| 10c per foot----,, 8e per foo^* 11^ in 15 20 .....9^ .....11 .....i;i .....m ..... m BRODIE & STAFFORD A good general servant. .'\ppl,v to Mrs. C. t. Bennett. FOR SALE. Four good heavy Loams, heavy harnesses with tenm.'s. Two wagons, two sulky plows, one gang plow. Apply, C. S. BORLP, 4 miiles south of lietbbridgc, near the A.R. & I. truck. 1-8-15-;>.U LOST AX I) FOLNP. .\utoniobilo wliwl mud chain, bc-tvcen AshinLiitl .'ind Rouml Sti-oet on Dufffrin St. He'wai>d for rot inn to H. It. DOBBIN. Snap for Farmers! Quarter section in 10-22. Must I)e sold. Some wheat improved, tin per acre cash. Hurry. W. K. DOBBIN. 4 Have a Garden OF YOUR OWN. and if you need {garden tools of any description, our stock of garden and farmr implements is complete, and �m� braces the best from the leading manufacturers. Tel. 60 fljyncgiieen^ Co. Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada Real Estate Loans InsuranceJ FOR SALE A.o-roomed cottage, new, heated, lighted and water connec- J tion, 5 minutes' walk from post otRce, a snap at 91,H00 � A 7-roomed house in first-class condition, 1 acre of ground. : Yonrs'at......................................1,600 A small payment down is all we require on either of these properties. A 5-room house and i acres land, 1^ miles north of city, 1,200 We also have resiileutial lots from $40 up to..........1,000 We have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot- 2 lots ' - no better site in the city. ( COXYBEAKE BLOCK. |jiiliis,Nisses'l[Cliililri!n'8 Coats RiTiviiil G. H. Johnston � ^ rfm ---_ .+ C. W. GRAY ^ Hardwa'rt' '/./'ff- m m ii mm O. W. KERR CO. have oiieiietl oflices in the Oliver Bloch, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. : We have also.a few choice sitctions in Warner district. T. S. MeKCNZIE, Loefti Manascr. 1241 ;