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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 'IT tfijWl yfnitininii A. MACDONALD ft CO Some Snaps for This Week: If its Carpets you require, we can save you from $2 to $5 per room Tapestry Squares Brussels Squares 3) x \ yards 11.3 x 12 feet $7.75 Special $23.00 J E. I). H.vl�nii� matte , trip id Mi.o j AmCfiCAAOpifUOft of Canada lcod on Monday. I mi , L I A. Kooiioy Is uwu.V l Crnnbrook, | THE LAND OF Ot'POHTtiNtTY. II.C, for a few days.* ! | Mrs. .1. F. Botlgcrs will not receive ! (From'the Now, Haven, Conn. Union) during August or September. | | .1. .1. O'Lwtry of Great Falls, Mont I S,cWil� Hl,-,u,s of 11,0 �H'.Kiit. Wns In the city on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. .J. Chenery of Nor- 'of commerce nnd labor, who recently I pusscd through the Dominion to th�> ^neific. Coast, on his way t.o Hawaii, >>lk, Eng., hiv! visiting Mr Cheney's ',, ^p,,,.,^ ns |K.inK ,111(.h Impressed sister, Mrs. E. Oxland. J ,,y the increasing Immigration to Canada. A few days ngo the tabulation of ho latest Canadian census wus completed. It shows that the populut -loli of the Dominion is In round numbers only 0,700,1)00. More Is a popu- I K. E. MacOIII of 'tho O. W. Kerr Co., Minneapolis, Minn., Is in the city. Mrs, MflcOill accompanies him. | J, W. Stafford, Dominion Ijting Agent, was in Tal>er on Monday being a witness In the Townslte ensu. | , Talier Townsite case wus In Tulier nttending tlte court on Monday. I At iho tlttpilwt Tal-crnnclo on Monday evening, Hcv. Win. Held innrriod '.lohn William (Inrotte nnd Miss Is-.i-lwl,ln lloliertson, lioth of l^-thbridge. Miss Agnes llalfour of Chicago, who h-.i* lnvll visiting Mrs. E. V. Itylamls |er cent, the 0*11 Hospital stall for scleral, of tho net ar�it of laml tivaflable for moinlis. left on Tuesday night tone- cult hut ion in that section, iopt n position in ttic hospital at ,  . � Kiislo; II. C. IVrcy 1). Shaw, son of collector of custom*, F. P. Shaw, h�s ivccived a commission as Lieutenant in Hoy.d Cnnntlinn *.U)unte to assnnie his duties I Mr. and Mrs. S. S fnmiiy and Mrs. Walker 01 Macon Have a Garden OF YOl'R OWN, and if you ikhk! 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. W H.rOwars A. Macdonald ho. .1. Dobbin of Union. Oregon, a prominent sheep rancher of that stole, and a cou�in of W. If. l>ob-Wn of Wtis ei'iy is in tho city this weak. He is acconipaniwl by I'1. W. Falconer of Enterprise, Oregon. The anniversary services of Summer Specialties. Lime Juice. Grape .Tuics. Eno's Fruit Salt Beechnut's EtTcrvessing Saline Health Salt, in 25c. tins Tataric Aeid Citric Acid Sparklet Syphons Sparklet Bull* Bull's English Ginger Beer Hire's Root Beer, &v., &v. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Fsaily and Dispensing Chemist* 'llio AHiorta lUsilty Co. has a wimple of goose wheat with hontls about seven inches long and well tilled out which ho got on" the farm of Sain Sinlibs at Eight Mile l�ko. This Dunham and wheal gives very heavy \ields, going r of Macon, sonnetinies as high as eighty liushols Mo., who have lieen tho g\ies-ts of to the acre and is used for fivd )iur- ! Mr. nod Mrs- pmV|nci,i lvpnrtment of Ag-' answer the detertnin.d to Amluissodor'" nnd in tho evening k as his subject. IV Careful \V(^| 1^,^,,,. \ Mitchell has an whore your Shadow Kails." energetic staff of inspectors, who are j Tho corner-stone of the Methodist getting r'glH after the owners of MHMMIIIIIillfltM Church at rincher Citvk will Uv�.rtd their connection with the .prevent wokIs get tins a linn hold on Mrs. E. F. lUinnoll of Cardston Uihbridge Motor Car Co. have tuk- Alberta soil of this pn Up iheir regular work ns gun and ' It is .Mii1. Harrison is in rincher was in the city 011 Wednesday on his , _ Creek today attending^he District way-to the District Meeting. Mr. Mr. W. A. "iluchumin, Edmonton. Moating of tho I^thbridgo District, rurrott's appointmonts ntv Hunts- 1Provincial Librarian ol .\l-|H>rtu. is at tlic King Edward toduy..'mviug Fences in Alberta. Mrs. 11. C. Mootv and Master Craw ford havo returned from u three moiiUis' trip to tho East. Miss Alice M. Walker, stenographer �t the mines, goes olT this week for * two weeks' hholiduy. M- Kerrigan has rehigivx) from the It.X.W.M.I', force and has accepted tho position of city teamster. Mrs- It. A. Wright and son Stuart who is visiting friends at Medicine Hot, llrandon nnd Winnipeg tvill return next month. Tho now C.l'.ll. coal chute has iiot lean working for several days owing .to the breakdown of the engine. The chute itself worked alright. Tho I-nHlrbridgo Motor Car Co. have leased their garage and repair works to Messrs. Clifford and Link who will carry on the business. The Hoard of Trade mooting has l:oen postponed on account of the ahHonco of the President, C. F. V. CoJiy*x.�aro. Tho meeting will lw called Inter. II. F. Keillor ami. -Mrs. Keillor of .llaynumd nceompn'nled by Mrs. Koill or's sister. Miss N. M. l>uycock of Qu'Appolle. Sask., wei\> in, the. city I on Monday. . The first quartttt'ly tnetfting of the olticial board of Wesley Church wus held on Monday evening. Tho pastor Hov, .j. M. Harrison was grunt in! a month's vacation. Tho church's an - E II. Cooper returned to Calgary ivl!,c' Keho nwl Alhil'n nhiS� yesterday morning, after spending a I II. K. A. Eeoch of Urandon. Man. week as the gu�>st of Mrs. Willi,,m lns|iector of Dominion I^aml Agencies Scott. .was in tho city on Saturday on his Edwin Evans of Salt Uke City . w,�-v 10 Tul>cr w,,i:>iv hc wns n wlt " was in town yesterday. He Ims '- Town-sito case. posed of his land interests ut Ma- "'' ih " brolhe.'of Dr. Uvch of Tab- grnth to Dakota in\,>slors. vr. ,, ., ,, , , ,. , I t>)� Sunday evening after service at Alex. Mullock of W nni|>eg arrived ,, , , ' , , Wesley Church, Mi. Strung, a grail this morning to take charge of the boot and shoe department of the Hudson's Ikiy Co. i The local postmaster has posted notices calling for tenders for miiil-carrying to the new Iron ,p 'ings post office The forms nf tender 111 y he secured at the lx>tiibrid|.;e list Ofllce Htv. .\J. F. Cobb, Xanton. will pivnch in the llapti.sl Tabemnclo on Sunday a*. 11 a.m. nnd 7.:t0 p.m. I lev. Wm. Iloid goes to N'anton whore Ite prtstdies on Sunday and fetuivs on Xlondo.v �>vening. riiomnsK. Turnbiill, colporteur of the British and Foreign Bible. So- ^inte of (llasgow Conservatory of Music, gave a half-hour's pipe-organ recital. A very large congritgatinn was piwut to enjoy this musical t reu t. Mrs. W. Henderson and Master H'il-lie wont to Cnlgarv on Tuesday to consult Dr. Blow wnh regnrrietor of The U-thhridgo Ilel'.lld. "Southern AIIkm-Iii Is rapidl.n changing ly the inllu.x of settlers from the * niteil Slat.-s, who are sim pl,\ driving the ranchers out of Inisi FOR SALE A .j-roomed cottage, new, heated, lighted and water connection. 5 minutes' walk from post othce. a snap at $1,300 A 7 roomed house in first-class condition, 1 acre of ground. Yours at......................................1,600 A small payment down is all we require 00 either of these properties. A 5-room house nnd -I acres laud, 1 ^ miles north of city, 1,200 We idso have residential lots from $40 up to..........1,000 We have a choice business protterty nt 2,000 per lot 2 lots no bettor site in the city. Banff somo throe yours ago ami hns never recovered onn'roly from the injury. 1 The" Soo-Spoknn  . otuluetors have , l.flen transferred from l^tlibridge to Medicine Hal owing to a change in t'he runs. The run was from Kings-gate to lethbridge u ml'from there ci.-ty, is in the city, going fromhous,, u, M))()s0 cars to tho temlers vv II FOB S A I.I'*. niversary services will le held in Oc-tho toliar when on.; of the groat preach-Sunday School nn in day, Auguwl afdlt, tho former in the good candition. W. W. Keolands was At the t!alt Hospital on Saturday afternoon, after n long illness. Violet Tennunt the only ilmiglrter of .John Tonnant, Hums-viHo, passed into tlv world lieyond. Mi^s Tennunt who was nineteen yejirs of ago occupied a tent at the Hospital for the Inst six weeks and was during that time ac-enmonnuilby her nioUier who uatcli-oil and caret! for her daughter as only a mother can. On Sunday the corpse was taken homo and on Tues- A station and n do/en mares and colts, (iood s-tock. Apply Box' J.->1, l>�tlihridgv, AItu. 1.1-22-211 .1 FOB SALE. morning nnd tho latter in the evening. Hov. A. C. Fnrroll of Medicine Hnt will conduct both services. Mr. .Fnrroll is rresiikiit of the Allierta IPConforonco, Epworth U*agno and rresident of tho Provincial Sunday School Association. appointed d12, Lellihridge. HOMESTEADER. I liuve a > fit 111i 1111 half seel ion north of ibis city for sale at a very reasonable ligiire. I a in also in a position to locate you on an A.l hoimiHtotid within tlny