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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta GOODS COMING HAND EVERY DAY ! \V. (\ Simtnons whs \u Mnrleod on Wodrvsxlay. A. AfnrcheHseHUuH of Tiilt-r was in Uio city on Tuesday. r Thou. II. MolTft-U Of Cunlslon was in lho t'it.v on Tuesday . T. M. l^>fhnjLrvvoU of Warner ^��diHWJny in the rhy. Mrs. If. H. Weller is visit her (In tig Mot* MIhs W\ VV. Pearson. II. J\ Annnbie Iho T^i or real es-ttvln urnn s|wvnt Woiln�*wln.\ in io�n. Ed. Moffit Killed. "4S _H � - j J V m * h r h u .7 . -. .� � 1 ' 1 - 4 ^ r^. HplMVt Elegant Tweed Suitings Harris Home Spuns Scotch Tartan Dress Stuffs New Dresden Ribbons Heavy full DresR Goods for achonl wear, in miiturvs am) plain colors, from 510c to fiOc pur yard. On Monday uiierhoon about four o'clock Kd. MolTH, the C. V. II. Nwit rhnmn iiti'l n well-known railroader, was so m'lMntiMly injured that he dhvl the same ni^hl in th.* sdu> on his w�y to (IrnMsy luikfs lU-v. ,|. .1. CiiniiM'on of Ittiv moiiii is iti I ho city to rtttend t In* fun-ml of H*v. (*h�H. McKlllop. , oui t^'ii o'clock. An impK'sl wan held on TiwmIii.v uftcrnoon ut iho H.N.W.AII'. Imr-racks by t'oroncr ('uinplwll of Mnch'od. The vonlicl ivturinal o Maroon......\................13 Sale price 8c per foot 11 t 1o tlii* olT.vt thul the town. Is i*Hy in ihn onijdoy of J. |i. lli^in-iKrt'hdtit & Co, for a U*\\ wUs. t .Miss TmviH n( St. I'niil. Minn ,n| Miss Niltlock of Cftltfar.v ih�* KUohU *�f Mrs. 1n',i(.. Kor rtiilo-rht'Hp. A Staiidani Ur- niington Tyiwwrl'UM*. Appl> Smith Street, ftr*l honso wooih t>i Itoiopns. Mrs. O. I*.. Tato hns l�ohm \n Mim tnna foi a holNlny ami will mil iv-turn till thr U^inning oi w\\ tnoioii Mrs. II. T. Whinny of i'i.wis ; Kunrhv', Uow Island. I.*ii on I-VhIha � lust for Klii((Ktoii, Out . oa Hev-Iiiir MIss Mc.\rthur in th  Hank of CoiiiiHPfcv nlllcA, i\-t urnird to Cal- gtiry this morning. nod i hut Ihi* acrid.*i\t v �s thw to the ni�tflig�'ii(N' of the C.P.H. la uilow in* this ohst riu*t luu on Iho irnt*k. Ma if MotYit n Imrhor iti Wallaco & j I |ns,�lton's, is n liruthcr of Iho an � ! fori imai�> man. Ilo and Mrs. MolTlt j 'l.'lt last nhEht to tuko Iho hodv to Hri^hioti, Unt.. where tho mother of t hf p. |.vrRli,oti. ,iU..n .,\i t. | l*\ HcN>nor Murgnlroyd and Firctnon I'wney ni Crunl�ro�>k, H.C. Mr. uiifl Mrs. .I.l�. IIiiiinhothutn Monday niv expected tonight from their trip to the Coast t\w\ Yellow stone I'ark. J. D. Hiftinbotham 6 Co. .I�s. H. tiihhon announces in Issuo that Ih* has open^Kl an otllee in the Ott Hiock ami is prepared to rnrry on an uuetionoer's ImstinoKs, also n genonil U�n-dent for H.C*.. Yukonj, unl this \ slstml in the u|m�n�i�v o; a n��\\ l'n*s fiurt of Alherta. will he present on hytorkm Church. SttmMy to nssist in Uv.' ser\ics l�e- ing held h.�r��. W. C. I vex has roturnod frinn trip to Montana. a \V. IjossihxI ol Stavcly city on Mumlay. puck shooting sens* n ojumis tomorrow. A large number of local spurts llov. C. C. Meluiurin. Superinlen - 'ore ull really for a slaughter oi the in the dynt of Haivtist Missions in Allwrin 'innocents on A up. 2:inl. A. I.*. Fo�lor has ivlurned from trip to North Pakota. Co a JtogprN-Cumdnghnm 1rje . Miss Ik'ila Mo ran ot l^lhhrwlge. who clorkiMl in the post ollkv of th�t city for several \ears. hns joined the staff of the Crnnhrook post olHc��.- Crnnhrook IK>ratd. 1 was in l>*thhrUlgo on Sniurda> on Senator rvVpl�er returned on Mon- his way to Frank mul Ulainnoiv. stearl on the Kiltie IU*d \hs*t lUwr. (�algary Is to ha\e another bus! � n�ss college. F. (J. Unrtmit until n*-eenlly of the Central Hustness Col lege of Toronto is the founder. I S. It. Clark of Hrockvillo. Ont. has onion*;! the employ of A*. Southard as salesman. wedding takes place on Monday owning nt the residence of Mrs. Itosaine llompiis St. lOdinotrt on's as-*�.ssiueai i his is $2'2.iMO.HHo ,,,. of 1812.1 U7 *i>er Inst t\ear. The will prot-altty he 1 it mills \ .11 r ra t�' . Ser?t. Sexton of the K.N.W.M.I*. I hiroe at Coinis has Uvn tninsfernnl to Ijethbridge. V. S. Gnrtvlt of Hatch and Coons returned on Saturday night from a holiday spent at IkinfT. irST II EC EI V KD AT F. W. Powner arrived in tho city on Monday night after s|H�ntling Mrs F. W Powner, Miss Ulndys i,nd Mastei Fn-d, are the quests of Mrs. N. I. Uolisun. while Mr. Pown- |*�ra^ * Creek Siuunl. A joint convention of -the Ijwth -hridge Pisti tct Ministerial Assocfa  tiim, Suiuiay ScIkkiIh and Kpworth leagues oi the Methodist church, will Im Ivld in Macinod in .lanttarv. Soil McKe^ihir of Tnher. foiwriy of Fernie. has ju*t reroverod frmu a six week'* ilines*. lie was in th* Jjothhridge llospitaI under the care of* Pr. Mev\ l.urn.-Feinie Free Civ Miss McKinney of Claresholm has �I>IcmI a position in the ortlce of the KmorpriffO J.uml>er Co. of the ICdmonton Iltdletin is standing several dayn in this district making up tt special article for his paper on the nops ol Southern Al!k�rtn. A SHIPMENT OF THK WELL-KNOWN BROADWAY BRAND The call fiir a trial practice of the Fin! Brigade was given on Monday night. No team on -the engine turned tip although it. was out of the hall all ready. The host* wagon got away in �ood style. Mr. Ft olomy rot timed Sunday morning from attending the Ijeth * Oridge fair accompanied by his daughter, Mibs Alma, wixo ha� b�wi visiting friends in Lathbrtdgo for the past couple of weeks.-Maple t^i>x�k Signal. Mr. Iturhriilge, local manager oi the Itoll Telephone Company. I jet lilt rhlgi1. came in on Tuesday from Spring Conlnt. Percy C. Shaw is in the city visiting his father Customs Collector, F. P. Shaw. 101 mo Frasor was in Calgary on Tuesday and saw the Calgary-Strath cona lacrosse game. 1 jet abridge has it on either "toaai. The lfc>VeU*r Cup Maya where the piano and organ o s|>ecia.i music and Hinging. Vis-King brethren in theclty n.ixl Sunday please uccept this in-"rf vitatlon to U> present. Tho members Are roqiMJKtod to meet at tho Odd  fellows Hall at 0.45 p.m. sharp. One of the undesirables was a dcmtmied man who was in the Ha tracks on a charge of vagrancy. Capt. and Mrs. Johns-ton and ;heir associates in tho special serv^icesheld by tho Salvation Army are continuing to attract largo crowds. On Sunday night Iho doors of iho barracks had to he closed a�tft.30 as e-ery availa'blo place was ftllod. Tho oiliv era report considerable success in the important part of their work. Yesterday noon, the fiiv brigade had a run to John 'Itenderson'shouse on Pufl'eriu S-treet from tho roof of which flame and smoko wore anon is-suing profusely. In a. fonv minutes the fire was under control and little dama^' *Un\p except to the room where the lire start**! which .v�*s pl*etty well gutted. Howell Harris of I/*tabridge, manager of tlw Conrad Pros, ranch," 'south of (Hoichen, ivlurned to Calgary yesterday after a week's visit to the rnnche. He reports that the cattle iiiv in excellent condition and i that the grass on the ranges is particularly good this year. The Southern Al'beria r��nd-up huve nearly coitiplc>tod th-^ir work, and the 'branding of the young stock is now being earrledoo.-'Calgary Albertan. ALSO .FINCK'S OVERALLS. FOR RAILROAD MEN - UNION MADE $2.50 suit A CONSIGNMENT OF . w LEN BLANKETS . Just opened up. Splendid Vain. Prices $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Men's Furnisher Late Opcr* House Block, Round Street Win. Stihniii', general merchant and luiuitor d�'�h*r oi CraHsy Lake vvu� *t* \ on WfiliH'V lay. Tlv Herald man w as m�t t a living t o him long b:More U� found out that Mr. Salvage is a� enthusiast o\��r the progivsM attd pi o-jnvts of his town. Iliassy l.ak*' is exactly midway lv-huvn Metlicine Hat and U'thbridg*-. being llf't.v -seven iiiiteH from oach % aw a, on I he Crow "s Nest mil way* and six miles south of tin* Saskatchewan It Ivor. It is o'Hy a i'ju months since the (ownsito secutvd and the survey was coiuploli.d ottl\ a few days- ago. Already there is u general MtOtV with a regular city stock, a li�i>lH�r I -brick yiWii, an holid. a biack - j sioith shop, and a pujnt shttp. Tla-iv are also Ma.**soy*Harris aird , In-terualloiial linpleiuout ug�*ncies. lV'opI^ In all lines of hutduvHs are lonkiug toward the new town and nil iu*�' Welromed. Mi Salvage said that alt the a mi ibible farm land in the (list rict >s taken op. rh'-��fly by wealthy \\\-kota farmers who have built or are building hue hmiu-s nn.l good Warns They consider thai the.v have nf the ehoic*>st portions of the Cnnad- 1mm West. The dbtirtrt already is thickly populated. Ihe A. II. �V I. Co. of U-tbbridge a re survey ing 1 he divt riet soul h of (rassj !-*tKe with the intention of e\teraliiinrd occupying thirty-bve I I acres. Kxtra siUi-t racks an* lw�tng put In and a largvr roubchuto is being built to replace the sm tiler one now in use tin Aitj*. II, 1*. Hums and Co. shipiHHl a."it� head of fat cattle ul this pniiii iti'sides i he rich coal deposit s.t hew i** an* amount of ihe best brick clay � Ioipos�'ij uf a perfect yl.iss stirid. 'J'he t promise oi (�tug unoil towtii Have a Garden OF YOUR OWN, and if you need garden tools of any description, ottr stock of garden aad farm implements is complete, and embraces the best from the leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY 'ivi. m Hardware 18XM)6XS^(iXjXl)(SX*)gyi)r^ltB>BC^ Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada Real Estate Loans FOR A .>.rnnmed cottage, new, heatsd, lighted and water connection, a minutes' walk from post office, a snap at HetOO A T-roonunl lionso in tirst-class condition, 1 acre of ground. Yours at......................................l.fiOO A small payment down is all we require on either of these properties. A .Vroom house and I acres land, U miles north of city, 1.200 We also have residential lotu from $40 up to..........1,000 We have a choice business property at 2.G00 per lot-2' lots no bettor site iu the city On the Main Freight Line. I COX Y liKAltR W.OC K. i 1 A d�*spaieh from \ ancouvor slates lllat the K(h�i,Mia> Central Huil\\u\ will Im� e\t 'inl. a til itMlMect tbihleli II.C . w ith. the I'row 's (bv tsiiiu of III. r 1' U This extension will jjive the t'l'.lt. a ihron^h freight line to ihe coast Hint will b.* inueh Itel ler t h;t�� t he route now, kno�n-|s ihi> in,!in bji- of the CPU The grades on t he pii>m|>t>c)a))> )l� I he ipoiintaitis With -the f.'ivai increase of tratlh- t hat will ensue (tJuM^ the Crow 's NeM the uuiivU-i ot eiuoloytn^, at the di\isioiml points wilt also U- irieii*a- e.l I .el hbriii^e t\ important leiitre alitl the increase ol C I' |{ ill If i>'sl in 1 llbridge cullheiplent tto t he bui Ifbtrn ot i he h 11* ll� |e\ el bi'nlu'*' mul t he i miui.i l ion of i he Crow n Main hue will be such a- wilt 111 ike this ci t > one ol I he ej-'U I est i a i! w u v c.ti I res in I he \\ est . "* J � Second Consignment of Underskirts SOMK POINTERS Stocking Net witli Moriette Flounce Silk Warp with Silk Flouuce ASSORTED COLORS and BLACK MOREEN tit G 1 ohnston 9  O. W. KERR CO. hftvf. openwl ofliees in the Labor Day Celebration. Oliver BlocK, Room 5 i I he Trade- and I ,.i hor Council are iiirauuin^ tor H uu>n-ter dcuions.1 rn t ion here mi Molldtis . Sepletul>ei' 2nd There will lu- the usual l-abor I My ' pa ra de w 11 h union finals Ad-dresscs ),\ piohiiiv'ttl citizens will be y;iveu i on the Vihlelic CarU and a program \ ni sports will be run oil. A smoker I in the Jjnhor 'J'emjjlc close the 1 uolohraliou. Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands ihiua and tuns tho famou* Aiftcrath land, now on the market, Wf liaro also n faw* ohoire sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Minucr. ri - i. _ �j r i "�ft - J - 4 T 1 * - ;