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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta GOODS COMING TO HAND EVERY DAY ! Elegant Tweed Suitings Harris Home Spuns Scotch Tartan Dress Stuffs New Dresden Ribbons Heavy fall Dress QoocU for school wear, in tnixtnrps and plain colors, from 30c to 60c per yard. Pri iices New Coats for Ladies ! See the styles and get onr prices before buyint,'. We think our vahies good. NEW FRTLUNGS NEW VEILINGS NEW NECKWE.AR NEW FOOTWEAR A. Macdonald wl�.v. A. Murch�ssi;.SaUlt itf 'riil^er was in tli cit>' on Ttic.sdhj'. Thos. II. MolTaW Of Ciii-flwlon was in the Ht.v f>Ti Tiicsflai. T. S. lytiflingwoll til' Waiin-r .spfivl W.> -tion. v.. Crartilock roturnetl n .S-al.ui''.la,\-night iroiti his holidiiy ti-i|i lo the East. 1{. W. FliHclier ol' Alagiulh wiis in the cit.v oil W. I{fv. ,1. ./. {.'nmt'ron i>f mond is in tlic ci'ty to a'ttenil lh. Miyiri-iKHham & Co. for a few wcrlis. M' Travis of St. I'lml, Minn. nnrl Miss Ni'lilock of Caltfrny aic i h(; guests of Mrs. (". F. I'. C'.anylw'i,n.. For .Sale-t'hi-up. .V Slmwlnnl |ni'Jng>ton Tyiwwrilcr. Apply Smith .Street, fir.'tt house .smith of liompns. Mrs. O. v.. Tate luis gom? to Mo'n-tana for a holiilay and will imt it-turii'lill llic iMiginning of ne.vt nidmh Mrs. H, T. Whitney of (.'(iwes Kancho, How Island, l.-ft on l''riUii.\ last for Kingston, Ont., on a months' visit. JC. .S. Klair Vice Frcsitliin of the Atlas Coal Co. of Spokuiif. in ihc in conncctiijfi wi'th his mining interests of Cowley. Miss Faterson who lies lir'cn re -licvinut Miss Mc.Arlluii- in th.' Hiiiik jof Comnicree oflice, ivtiirned ui Calgary this morning. On Tuesday night the visititig S. A. offlcors hold a int-LMing at i.he i'si-jdence of I). Ferguson, alxnii sixlcvu Ed. Moffit Killed. On .Mondny !ii'lernf)on iil)oiit four o'clock I'kl. MolTi't. the (.". F. U. switchnifiii and � well-known rail-loadei'. was so si'rioKSl.v injured that he die;! the same niffht in the Gait Hospital. lie Was riding on 'the rear foot-lion i- Was very badly crushed around the chest especiall.v ait the left si'df. H'is left.ariiv was -dreadfully broken. H� was taken imriw'dinte-1.'. to the Hospital luit succutmlK'd about ten o'clock. .\n inipiest was hekl on Tues. I'*. Hocmey returned on Monday morning from attending the funeral of Fngincci Murgatroyd and Fireman I'erney at Cronhrook, B.C. .las. B. CJibbon announces in this issue that he has opongd an office in the Ott Block and is prepaivd to carry on an ouotionoer's busiincss, also a gicncrnl agency, insurance &�:. Bi'igudier, Smeaton, the S. A. superintendent for B.C.. Yukon, and this 'part of .\lberta, will be present on W. C. Ives ha-s returned from a trip to l^Iontana. A. L. Foster bn.s returned from a trip to Xorth Dakota. The Roj^rs-Cunningham Lumajor Co. have opened up a lumilx^r yard at the new lown of Colpridgo. Yesterday oftemoon tho funeral of .J. J.. Forrin of Macleod took place at the public cemetery here. He died at the Gait Hospital on Tuesday. Al'iss Bella Moron of Lothbridgc. who clerked in tho post oftioa of that city for several .\oars. has joined the staff of the Cranbrook post olTico.- Onnbrook Horakl. Mrs. F. \V. Downer, Miss Gladys Hnd Master Fred, are the gwsts of .Mrs. N. L. Kobson, while Mr. Downer is on a trip to tlw coivst.-Maple Creek Signal. A joint convention of the Loth -hridgc DLstrJct Ministerial A.ssocia -tion, Sunday .Schools and Epworth Leagues of the Methodist church, will Ik! held in Mociood in .January. Neil McKollar of 'IHiber, fonnorly of Fernie, has just recovered from a six week's illness. Me was in tha Lethbridge Hospital under the care of Dr. .Alevvburn.-Fernie Free Frcss. Mr. Burbridffe, local inanoger of the Dell Telephone Company, Leth-bi-hd-gc, came in on 'Fucnda.\' from Spring: Couloo where tlwy a''c figuring on puUing in a .switch lK>ard.- Alhert^i Star. Ocorgo JfcNabb, an enffinaer of Lethbridge. and FixhI Itoone.s, tho well known hotel man of that piaoo, are in town today to atlend the funeral of the railroad men who were k'illed at Macleod.-Crattbrook Hisrald Thos. H. MolTatt of Cardston left this niomitig for Vemibrookc, Ont. Fercy C. aivaw is in the city visiting his father Customs Collector, F. D. Shaw. X3lmo Ft;asor was in Calgary on Tuesday and saw tho Cal�n,ry-S'trath cpna lacrosse ganio. Li�thbpidgo has it on oilhor it�ami. The DeVchor Cup stnya where it is. . Miss B. K. Harrison has a, card in anottier column annoitnciivg thai she Isfirepartad to give lessons on the. piano and organ and also in oil imliiUng and physical ctilturc. Miss HarriBon Is a graduate of Alma Col-lego 1904 and poDt graduate 1905. 1'hc homestead cntric^s are slackening up this month as the men who would iniako entries arc husy harvest-'tn){. Th�J homosttsadors will not conio Very fost until tho end of Septemtjer W'hen the harvest is over,. W. Lcssaixl ol Stavely was in the city on Monday. Senator DoVelwr returned on Monday nig:ht from a trip to Nelson, B. C. .Sunday to assist in the services be- FsMiiyaMl DiafiMiBf Chamists: held here. Hov. C. C. McLaurin, Supcrinten -dent of Bape present, Tho mcmliers re requested to meet at the Odd  tetlowi Hall at 0.4S p.m. sharp. F. n. Cole has iieturned^ from homestead on the Little Hert Door River. S. R. Clark of nrockvilJc, Ont. has the employ of A'. Southard as salesman. Sergt. Sexton of the U.N.W.M.P. foroe at Co��tt8 has been transferred to Lethbridge. C. S. Garrett of Hatch a�d Coons returned on Saturday night from a holiday spent at BanlT. F. W. Downer arrived in the city on Monday night after spending several doys at the coast. McKinney of Clarosholm ha.s accefitcd a position in the office of the Enterprise Lumlier Co. .lohnBluo of the Edmonton Bulletin is spending several �lays in this disr trict making up a special article for his popcr on the cr�)ps of Southern Al'borta. The call for a trial practice of tho Fire Brigade was given on Monday night. No teiam foi the engine turned up although ir. wa.s out of the hall all ready. The hose wagon got away in good style. Mr. Ftolomj' returned Sunday morning from attending tiK* Leth -bridge fair, accompanied by his daughter. Miss Alaia, wiio has been visiting friends in Lethbridge for the couple of weeks.-Mapie Cifek Signal. Two iindesira'ble immigrants weivs taken from Lothbridge on Monday by L. of the Winnipeg Imjni  gration oflice to be, de|>orted. One of the undesirables was a demented man who was in the Barracks on a charge of vagrancy. Capt. and Mrs. J(4in�ton and their associates in tho special serviceshelil ' by the Salvation fLVVKs are continuing to a'ttrac>t larflo crowds. On i?im-day night the doors of tiio borraclcs had to be closed at 6.30 as e/.i:-.v available place was flllod. Tho otfic ers report considerable success :n the important part of their work. Yesterday noon, tho flro Imgnde liaxl a run to John Henderson'fthouso on DulY\:riM S'treet from .the root of whicJi flame and smoke were seen is-suiag profuael.v. In a fem' miinutc^ the fire was under control and little tht>ridgo, manager of the Conrad Bros, ranch,' 'south of Gloichen, nnurmKl to Calgary yosterda,\' after a week's vi.sit to the rancho. He reports that the cattle are in excellent condition and that the grass on the ranges is particularly gooil this year. The Southern Aitaerta round-up have nearly completed their work, and the brawling o( the young stock is now being carrledoo.-Calgary Albertan, I Invitations are out for the wedding of .)o.scph Tun' ond Clara Carr. The wedding: takes |>laco on Monday evi-n-ingat tho residence of Mrs. Bosaine Bompas St. IliHinbothani aro expected tonight U-mn their trii> to the Coast a�d VelluH-.slDne I'ark. F. B. Hyde of the Knterprise l->uni-Wr Co. rotumad this morning from o.trip to the West. Jtev. Murray of Coleman is in the city tp-day attemling Hev. C. AIcKil-lop's funeral. Rev. .4. M. Gordon returnwl yes -terdny from Colenuin hH/'io h.^ assisted in the opening- o;' a new I'los-byterian Church. Duck .shooting season ()|�ns tomorrow. A largo numilier of local sports arc all ready for a slaughter of the innocents on Aug. 23rd. Calgary is to have another busi -ness college. F. �. Oarbutt until recently of the Central Col-lego of Toronto is ihe founder. IMmionton's ns.'wssment this year is 11122,940,880, a.n of �.-|,- 182.197 over last year. The rate will probably bo 10 mills. .TUST RECEIVED AT f L.. KBEL-'S A SHIPMENT OP THE WELL-KNOWN BROADWAY BRAND CLOTHING double hrwasted $10, $12, $15 and $18 Style, fit and workmanship guaranteed. These goods are of the latest style and pattern. REMEMBER WE HANDLE ALSO THE HOLDEN FINE SHOES UNION MADE ALSO .FINCK'S OVERALLS. FOR RAILROAD MEN . UNION MADE At $2.50 a suit A CONSIGNMENT OF . WOOLEN BLANKETS .Inst openei up. Splendid Valiif. Prices $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 KEEL Men's Furnisher Late Opera Houec Block, Round Street Prosperous Grassey Lake. Will. Huhagi'. Hencial iifcuchaivtaiid juiU'lwji- dealer oi (Jra.ssy Lake- was in city on WediK's'da.v. Tlie Herald man was ncrl talli'lnK- to him long bci'ort? \m: found out that Mr. Salvage is an entluisia.s't over the [ aiKl pio.-lement agencies. J'copl^' in all lines of business ai-e lodk'iiig toward tho new town anil all a,ro welcomctl. Air. Salvage .said that all the av-ciil-,ible lanii land in the district is taken up, chiefly by wvalth.y- J)a-kota farmers who have built or ai-e buikling line honifs and good'Iwiras. They consider that they have one of the choicest portions of tho (.;�n�id-iaii W'est. The district already is thickly populated. Ihe A. 15. �t I, Co. of Lethbridge are surveying the district south of Gra.ssy l^ake with the intention of e.MemJin^ their irrigation s,ys'temi ti) that part. The dr.y land, however, is producing good crops, the hay crop being' particularly good this year. There is a coal mine just one mile sou'th of the lown where tho vcr.v liest'donu:?.stic coal Can 1� secui-ed for ^a.-'iO {, ton. Another shaft has l>e,7n sunk on the north side of the town. 'J''hat tho Grassy |#ke is consiiderod an important )>oirit ean be judged b>' tho fact that the O.P.R. ha.s one of its largest yards o� the Crow's Nest there, the ,%a�l occupi'ing thirty-fivo acTO-s. E.wtra sidetracks aro'bci'ng put in and � larger coal-chute is being built to replace the smaller one now in use. On .'Vug. II, V. Burns and Co. shipiKKi 3.")0 head of fat cattle at this point. Besides tli is any amount of the best brick clay i-low to till' town, a,nd the river j hanks aiv i;om]i(isc-d of a perfect . glass sann^li'd to connect (ioklcn. H.C. wi'lh the Crow's Vest divis-ioiv of the (.M'.R. This e.vtension will give the ('.!'.It. a througih frei-ght line 'to thi- coast 't'Uat will be much better than the route now uslhI, { knowiias thi- mtiiii liiii- of the C.iMI. | The grades on the pix-stuvt main line i ai>e very hen\y esiH'cially in the , ii'duntains. With 'the Hroal increase of trutlic that will ensue iilong the Crow's i Nest the nuimlx.'r of eniiiloyes at the ; di\isionjil points will also \yi\ incivas j ed. Ix'thbri'dgi' lieing the divisiimal, i '(loiiit Ivtwivn i Ivi prairie anl the i mountains will In- it_j;ery iinport||iU \ conlo' iUhI (lie iiii:ri'a.'� duced prices. V ^ Don't mis�: this oppor> tunit;r buy, rubber hose ia hight�r. in price to. day thao: When- we bongbt our stock. Regular price Sole price . 10c per foot......8c per foot .....9\ 11 la 164 Have a Garden OF YOUR OWN, and if you need garden took of any description, our stock of garden aad farm impieinents is cdm]dete, andem-braces the best from the leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY Tei:fi