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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta > A. MACDONALD 6 CO. ViaitorB to Southern Alberta Big Fair, which begins the Sth of August, are invited to call at this store and see for themselves why onr trade is increasing ai> rapidly. Tl>e reason is simple enough-"Well selected stocks, close cosh prices, fair treatment." These are sure lo win bnsiness' If its Carpets you require, we can save you from $2 to $5 per room Tapestry Squares 3J X 4 yanls $12.00 Art VTool Squares :a and the farther Knst. Miss Howson who has lx�on the gue.st of Mrs. C. C. Cragg rcfurns to Cnlgary to-morrow morning. Miss Kyle and Miss Perclval c The WorM of Spcrt 1 The Calgiary series was an even broak, Listhbridgc took both of the double headers on Tuesday. TTw morning game was � good contest and W�9 won by 3-1. Schurch anti Sykes was the opposing piitchers. The evening game was a farce, Uio locals hitting Klnncar hard ami scoring as they pleased because of the duntb work of the Bronchos in the field. Pogarty pitched a good game hoMing the oppoments down to three hts. Score ll'-O. We'dnesday's game was all Calgary Morrison went into the box and lost the game in the fir.st three innihg*. North JThe Bronchos knocked him all over the lot. the hits Ixiing innumerable, including two home runs. Sykes pitchod fflir ball. Morri.son' .shoulsl devote himself lo managing and let the other follows do the twirling. Thi.s gnnH! is a serious loss to I^th-britige. Score 10-4. Calgary took another from the Sunday Mani - of Miners y,?steptlay largely 'Ix^causa of Brandon are visiting the former's sis- .errors although'the hits off Schurch ter, Mi-s. .1. V. Hodgers. were numerous, Mackins' two over- l)r. Rollins of Raymond and V. throws cost four runs. Sykes j)ilcli- Ratz, M.P., of North Perth were a Sood .vlendy game and Mclx-l- visitors at tlh? Fair. Mi.^s Munns who has liecn visitina; . Mrs. Southaitl for several weeks ix- jsrnie. H. Howarth s\icce�Kls him as yard manager. C. A. Magrath left last-night for Ian the .shoi'tstop played .stellar l>iall. The work of ITuip.ire Triest has been good and ho dosor\es crcKlit for his deirisions anti hanilling of thoplayers. Score. Calgary ............................. 7 i> 1 IjethbrJclge ........................ 4 7 H Hii ttorie.'i-.Sykes an�l .laiisa; .Schurch and Hoscrs. I'mpiie,, Prifst. Calgary Visits Lclhbrtdgc. The Calgary 100,0(�0 Club ran an e.xcursion by s|)eo as follows: Barnes mine lOiJlO a.m.; -Vewlands School fl j).m. and DianKWul City 7:aO p.m. C. F. V. Conylicare. K.C., accom-paiiiod Uy the Misses Conylienro left on Sunday night for Calgary and liailff at which latter place ho will att�nt annual sossions of the llonehors Before returning Mr. Conyliearo will attend the Church of England (Sj-nod at Roginn. THE CITY BAKERY Ford Str�*t, opposit* th* Fir* Hall IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Having secured the services of a HIOH-CLASS BREAD. CAKE and PASTRY BAKER, I can offer the people of Lethbridge Bread of the Finest Quality To introduce onr Bread to you we make the following ofler Write your nam� and Address plainly in the space bf?low. cut this advertisement out ani present it at our Bakery and we will give you One Ltiaf of our DELICIOUS BREAD FREE OF CHARGE. NflMC. Plain washing wanted. Apply to The M Freeman- The Ual*''sts are likely to open a church at Taber. Mr. and Mrs. .John A. Silver have i-eturnoil from a trip to the CoaSt. Airs. Mark White has roturnedfrom an c.vtoiKlt'd vi.sit with friends in the liast. Miss Parlett, of Lethbridge, is s|)ending a few days in town.-Pin cher Creek Echo. Mrs. G. C. Ives of Macleod and Mrs. (Dr.) Ives of Montreal are visiting Mrs. W. C. Ives. R. E. Sherlock and Masters Roiwti ared Clarence are iHU'ing their an -nual outing at Cowley. Mrs. (Capt.) Fleming and Miss Fleming of Hftlifax, N.S., who have hcan visi'ting Mr. ami Mrs. R. Nixen, left for the coast on Friday. Mrs. K, J. McLiennun and family to Rod Deer on Monday H. P. Hanson of Waterton Lakes is in the city looking after his sew n�ill which is Iwing built on the river bottom. Mrs. Hanson accompan -oes him. Ira Fletcher of Dr. Sanders' Drug Store, Magivith. was in town assisting at J. D. Higinbotham & Co.'s store during the Fair owing to . th� absence of Mr. Higinbotham. i The Chinaii�3n who were arrested in the gamMing don on Ford �t. last night were tried this morning. The banker was fined 135 and costs, and the other twonty-one $5 and costs. .\ freight train backed into the Calgary lOO.fKM) Club's spoci*l train on Wednesday morning and save the inmates a severe bun�i>ing. Some of those sleeping in the first car had their heads bruised. Last week the Herald was in error in stating that Mrs. Blue was the lady who was unfortunate enough lo get into the moid while near, the gas well. The clay was blue, and so were the feelings and clothes of the accompanied bj- the r wives, a nuin -�her of (y'alganians who wished to visit friends in I^othbridge amia nunnljer 'of sports. The objective poitit of the visit, was of course, the exhibi -tion, which far e.xc-eedod the cxpec -Stations of the party. I The IMub takes two or three trips every .\-car in this vay in order lo get in touch with all jiarts of the province as well as have pleasurable ] ouMnjfs. Tire iie.vt trip will be taken I up tlie north line. Tlie Clul.� buy the iu.se of the train outi-ight for a certain number of or being the only hinrtriinco lo h possible output oaved family. I Capt. and Mrs. .luhnstone and Lieut. M. Wright are due to arrive from fi\>rnic tonight to conunence s|)ecial .services at the Sal^'(ltion Army Borracks to.morrow and will W. xV. McAuley. present day yard- continue for a month. They are lal- nuister here has ixjen transferrwl to "'"S^''^ s|�akers. Capt. Lethbridge and will leave with his *�^" �PI'si -tion in Providence, R.I., whore ho intends to devote o good ileal oftimo to the training of the supoiib voice with vhich ho has so tit ten delighted Ijolhbridge audiences. Mr. Kilner will bo greatly nuissed, in musical circles esi.>ecially. ville Mission. He nu>t the tnetnhcra of the mission in the home of Mr. Gleeson in the neighltorhood of Keho Lakes. The people were very enthusiastic at>d entered very heartily in the prosecution of the work. X quur- .tcvl.y official l;oard was organisiod wHh Rev .P .a. Parrott as (lastor and Mr. Hunt as recording sccPotary. Mr. Harrison reports seeing some 'good crops. The 8ettl/�n�onts do not seem to have as much rain as has fallen in Lethbridge. The a>wrfl8e man never realizes what his wile has to endure until he Agrees to stay at home a couple of days nn AM;,.rt(. South Eastern Telephone line which connect Medicine Hat and the (\vpress Hills district i.� in operation. The line i.s' about (ift.v miles l,ong and touches .several communities iricludinc; .lo^iejihliurg aiul Rutherford's Mills. The citizens of Pincher t^^reek voted 71 to i in favor of buuranteeing the bonds of thre .\ll>nrta Coal, Oil and Whtat Railway, which will connect that town to the Crow's Nest by rail. Miners' Unions have Vic-a organized .since the last meeting of the District Board of No. 18, U.M.W. of A. at Diamond City. Woodpecker, Lund � breck and Morlnvillo. Brand Size Planet........i.. Maroon. . �  � 4 Leader.......i .... Kinkproof____J_____ CLEiUNf SilLE OF lARDEN MSE Balance of teaton's stock now offered at greatly reduced prices. Don't mist tliis oppor* Wmxiy to buy< as rubber hose is higher in price to-; 4ay than when we bought our stock, ��I Regular price Sale price' .10c per foot......8c periootj iH ' .....n " .la ' .....11 " .154 .....13 .15 " .....12V " .20 � .....16^ '  BRODIE & STAFFO Have OF YOUR OWll neecl garden toola tion, our stock of gJ implements is oon^ braces the best frd manufacturers. i C. W. Gl Tel. m JimnicOucen Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Real Estate Loans Insurl FOR SALE A o-roomed cottage, new, heatad, lighted and water coitnc tion, 5 minutes' walk from post office, a snap at A 7-roomed house in first-class condition, 1 acre of ground. Yours at...................................... 1,600^ -��.-;;�;( A snmU payment down is all we rec|uire on either of that* properties. A 5-room house and 4 acres land, 14 miles north of city, 1,200 We also have residential lots from |j0 up to..........1,000 We have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot-2 lota -iio better site in the city. mi k CO. CONYBEARE BLOCK. Ladies, Misses'SCbildran's G. H. O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK. - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wlieat lands Conie and see the famous Magruth' land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE. Local Mantur. 'I 03 ;