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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta A. MCDONALD & CO. Visitors to Southern Alberto Big Fair, which begins the 8lh of August, are invited to call at UiJb store and see for themselves why our trade is increasing so rapidly. The renaon is simple enough "Well selected stocks, close ensh prices, fuir treatment.*' These uro sure 1o win bnsiness If its Carpets you require, we can save you from $2 to $5 per room Tapestry Squares Brussels Squares ii\ x 1 yards 3 x U\ \vards $12.00 $16.00 Art Wool Squares English Velvet Squares 1 1 *! v 1 > f*.�t $7.75 1 1 .�> a 1 & 11*1*1 . Special $23.00 Mis* A'gites Shewn Is ill In the Onlt Hospital. A C.P.R. engine loft, the track near the freight shed on Tuesday, Mis* Onthro of Reginn Is the guest of Mrs. A. 11. Stafford. v J. Young returned from his trip to Chicago on Tuesday night. .F. W. Woolf, M.P.P., Cardston, wns nn interested visitor ot the fair. r The World of Spcrt. The Calgary scries was nn oven break, IxHhnridgo look both of the double headers on Tuesday. 'V\k morning game was � good contest and was won by 3-1. Schurch ami jSykcs was the opposing pHchors. The evening gome was a farce, the Horo-On Aug. Oth, to Mr. and |00fl|s h|,tting Kinnenr hard ami sror-Mrs. K. Leek, n daughter. ing ,9 lhev ,,i0ns! Innings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter North. jThe �ronehos knocked him all over the lot, the hits being Innumerable, including two home runs. Sykes pitched fair bull. Morrison should devote himself to managing and let the other fellows do the twirling. This gunte is a .serious loss to I.�>tli-guest of Mrs. IJ. C. C'ragg returns to brWgc g(.()|.c Cnlgnry to-morrow morning Calgary took another from the Miss Kyle and Miss IVrclvnl of Miners yesterday largely Iwcuuse of llr.tndon are visiting the form.-m-'s sis- errors although" the hits olT Schurch aged four months. | Jesse li. Walker leaves nn night to s|h�nd a holiday in itobn and the farther East. Miss Howsnn who hns boon the Sunday Man! � tor, Mrs. .1. V. Hodgers. Dr. Rollins of Raymond ami V. Ilntz, M.P., of North Perth wore visitors ai the Fair. Miss Munns who has liecn visiting Mrs. Southard for several weeks rc wore mmtoroiis, Mackius' two overthrows cost four rims. Syki-s pi lulled n good steady game and McI/'I Inn lh' shortstop played stellar l*nll. The work of I'mpire Priest hns boon exceedingly good and ho deserves Brand Planet... Maroon.. A____ Leader.......�., Kinkproof.... !{, CLEARING SALE OF 6ARDEN USE Bulance of season's stock now offered fit wm&t)j � duced prices. Don't miss this oppor-(unity to buy, as rubber hose is higher in price to., flay than when we bought our stool:. Regular price Sale price , 10c per foot......8c per foot in " .....n " i:� .....n is | * .....w 15 ' .....12 J " 20 " .....164 " BRODIE & STAFFO: Calgary Visits Lcthbtitfgc. ENGLISH WILTON CARPET SQUARES Very deep pi if .tin I handsome douigus. These prices are low. J'JN.OO. tl'JUO. :*.� tKi. Each according to size. DINNER TABLE WARE U8 piece setts, semi-porcelain, elegant designs, in blue, green, colorings. Gilt til CjA edges, worth $lfi. "*r-- *Trv. ! Cnlgnry .................... 7 it I i II. S. Krotich of the Maclood Oa�- '. u.thi,,.^^,. ,| - ;. ] ,ette whs nn attendant at the I'uir ,,,.,,, V... ' ., ' "i , ,, . , , Ihitteries- Sykos and .lansa; nm sports. He reports ihe Mncluod �.......... . , ., . ,..... .... .Srlnirrh mill ItoKclx I inpii-e,. Priest. | Inir to hp a grent success. _ ^ i I .loid F. 'IMiom|>so�i yard rnaniigor for tlw Uogurs-Cunnlnghanv l.timbor _ | Co. has gone to fVnle. H. How,,h ' {. m ^ ^ ^ l"Mwl" """ DH excursion l.y s,H.inl tr-.i,, .,, (..,(, I I C. A. M,gnith left hist.nlgltt for i.rjrfg,. ,n Weest fro manufacturers. C. W. Gl Tel. '.�) Mrs. Hanson accompan of sports. The objective point ol ] 1 Ihs x'isit, was of course, the exhibi - j tion. which far exceeded ihe .\|m>c.  tulion.s of the piirl.v. HUtn lmt l(K, ||||M, (U ^ e as follows: Karnes mill,. lii:.'lu a.m ; .Newhinds Scluiol \ |i.m. and l>iiimnre will nt-lewl the Church of Knglnnd ,S.\-noil at ItoR'inu. Plain washing wanted. Applv to Box K. Herald Office. M Misj. liiniNiiin is visiting Mrs Frix-itum The Itaptists are likely church al Taljer. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn A. Silver have returned flout a trip to the Coast- Mrs. Murk White has ivlurnislfrom an cvtctHkd visit with friends in ttlo MisK Pallet I. of Letlibi'ldge, is s|K-udin^ a few d,ys in town.-Pin cher Cnvk 1-Vho. Mrs. Ci. C. lvP|,|ge nftvo iKvn let .j,|,, lady. jtSunn and Sons of Winni|s�g are to The Alberta Sheep Co. sold a d0 t|K, concrete work ami the Can hiimII Inineh of yoarling wothers the nf}, ))ridge Co. of Wulkerville, Ont , other day to Piche & Miron. They .tho steel work, which alone will cost to open a were belioved lo be the best raoga about one million dollars. The steel THE CITY BAKERY Ford Slrvel, oppobil* thti Tire Hull IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Having secured the services of a HIGH-class bread, cake and pastky baker, I can oiler tho people of Lethbridge | Bread of the Finest Quality | To introduce our Bread to you we niako the following oiler Write your name and Address plainly in the space below, cut this advertisement out an.! present it at our Bakery and we will give you One L6af of our DKLltMOl's bread i ui:i: OF (IIAUtii:. sheep ever brought to the city and the price was the highest c\vr paid for slx-op of that nge. Miss Nimmon. Miss Beryl Simmon and the Misses Hnzley of Toronto, have returned from n visit to Mrs. Iluney at Kcnora. The Misses lla/.ley will be the guests of their aunt. Mrs. Howdi-n. of Mount Hoyul park, for tho reiwilnder of August.-Manitoba Five Press. llev. Mr. Ilorrison of Wesley church will preach ni'Xt Sabbath morning on Ksscntials of Christian Service, nn'i twelve huinlii-1 tons a day. FOR SALE A 5-roomed cottage, new, heated, lighted ami water coiliieJ tion. 5 minutes' walk from post office, a snap at fl,^ A 7-roomed house in first-class condition, 1 acre of ground.! Yours at......................................l.Mo' I A small payment down is all we require on either of tliass properties. A .')-room house and I acres land, H miles north of city, 1,200 We also have residential lots from f-tO up to..........1,000 > We have a choice business property at 2,1)00 per lot-2 lots - no better site in the city. Matons At Home. The nieniliers of the -North Star Lodge, No. �!, A.F. and A.M. were unfortunate having nt home to their friends on Tliuis - guests of Mr. Naler of tho Ueorgu broken his leg twice Iwfore. Much day evening at the lodgw room. Tho i COXYUKAItB BLOCK. Cub ley compnny Sunday.- Frank l'�|vr. Mrs. Win. Scott has returned to hor liomi' in lethbridge. lifter six.nd-ing a month in Calgary. She w'as the guest of Mrs. Angus Uiple.v .- C'nlgnr.v lljrtild. W. X. McAuley, present day yard-master hem has lieen transferrvsl to Lothbridgx. and will leave with his "�� �I>1' "ted to .nmily for that place .tomorrow.- lnUe in',r�e of t,MJ Kr�l* herP *W' sympathy is felt ir the boivaved chief point of tho entertainment. j �family. ' which was enjoyed hv a room fall m j Capl. and Mrs. Johnstone and \ i*opl� was given by Oeo. li. Will-| Lieut. M. Wright are due to arrive Juins, who inietpretn t ion of 'When i from Fernic tonight to conmvence j the Folks is tlone." anil of .Inckj special services at the Salvation j FolstalY in King Henry the Fourth' Army lluiracks to.morrow ,tmd will continuti for n month They are talented singers and shakers. Capl. Cranbrook Herald. Theiv were 2Si) homestead entries Iuly 1�.R>7, as against 1.18 for in July, 100�. The reports of splendid crops of this .district having the desired effect. J. D. Iliginhotham loft on the are Mon- coeding Knsign Hose who ivcenlly resigned will assist. Hov. J. M. Harrison of Wesley Church, who s Also chairman of the ljothbridgo D.strict, vhieh extends from Tnlx�r to Crow's Nest, went north on Tuesday to visit the Hunts- were iHtrtieularly good. Messrs . Cunningham, Dobbin and Kilner ix-n-del'iHl local solos. The brethren and their wives served light refreshments which formed the closing part of a most onjo.vaihle evening. tiny morning for Ikuiff to attend the v'"� Mission. He ni�'t the mrmjlicrs DIF.D. to KOI1IXS-On H'ednesdH.i, Aug. "th. Herlwi't (ieorge ilohins, infant son of F. T. ami Mrs. Itobins. ayeit four and one half uionihs. Name, . Street THE CITY BAKERY Number J.L.CALDER. Prop. mo.'ting of the Pliariiuicnuticul Association, of whose lOxiiciitive Council ho is a member. Tlte AnciJii'l Order of Foresters are *o attend Divine Service in tho Baptist Talvernucle on the evening of tlie last Sunday ol this month. Hev. Win. Heid vvill preach a special sermon on that occasion. Ilnrry Kilner has severed his connection with tho l.'nion Hank amllefi on Monday nighl to accept a posi -lion in Providence, 1M., whore he intends to devote a goixl ileal of'timu to the training of the ku|k>ii1i voice wi'th which he has so xiftett orhood of Keho Lakes. The people wore very enthusiastic ami entered very heartily in the proswitlon of th.- work. A miur-terly oflleial hoard was organiwd with llev .P .S. f'urrotI as |>astor and Mr. Hunt as recording secretary. Mr. Harrison reports seeing some 'good crops. The settlements do not s**>m to have as much ruin (is has fallen in lethbridge The average ninn never realizes what his wife has to endure until he agrees to stay at home a couple of days and attend to the children while his wife makes a short visit to her folks. 1'1h> Alhel'tii South Fastern Tele-phone line which conned Medicine Hat and the Cypress Mills district is in operation. The line is' about lll't.v miles l/iug and loiiehes several coni-munities including .1 o .ephhuiK and Ittitherl'ords Mi IN The citizens of Pincher Creek \olel 71 to I in favor of tuiuran'teeing the bonds of thre Allaorta Coal, Oil and WW at Railway, which will connect that town to the Crow's Nest bv ra i I. Minors' L'nicns have been organized sintvj the lawt meeting of the District Hoard of N'o. IS, l.M.W. of A. at Diamond City. Woodpecker, Lund  .bred: and Morluvilie. ladies, Hisses'& Children's Coats Arrived G. H. Johnston o. w. KERR co. havfc opened ollices in the Oliver BlocK, - Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manner. ;