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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta GOODS COMING TO HAND EVERY DAY ! Elegant Tweed Suitings Harris Home Spuns Scotch Tartan Dress Stuffs llr. (). 11. Weeks ul Springfield, 111. is Id the clly, ('. Iloss Tinto iviurncil ihis morn ilig from (.Imnliraok. A. Krupttd of Elko, �.('., wms in Ihi> city oil Tuesday. MIsh K. C'oglund of Montivnl In I ho guest, of Mrs. MrClenngliun. Win. lirtiielo "f Curdslon arrived in the cilv ycMerdny afternoon. Messrs. A. A. Lutein unci M. II. IVnliole (if HI. Thomas, Out., lire. ('iirdston spending u "'�' 'lii.vs in the. city. morning tin oflti'iiil busi lohii W. Woolf, M.I'M Mils in llit' city tills week. ! .Nihil Kennv, Inspector of ('us- I'.. .1. Woods nml H. Vndnois of !����"�. w0e per.yard. Prim New Coats for Ladies ! See tlu1 styles nml got our prices beforo buying. We tliink our values good. NEW FlULLlNtiS NEW VEILINUS NEW NECKWEAR NEW FOOTWEAR A. Macdonald (3b Co. The Songs of a Sourdough, 75o. per copy. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Don't Swear Off dn.v. W. II. Ooinpton of Niagara Polls, Oni., Is tho ^ritcnt of A. L. Poster, PulTerin Si. .1. A. Mi.-llonald secretory of liis-tried IM. I'.M.W. of A. is in the city on union matters. Ilov. W. A. licwls, 11.A., of Mucleoil will nct-iipy Wesley Church pulpit i\t 'lioth services on Sunday. Prod IVuMold of Cranbrook, n. . 10. Hunter of Dayton, Ohio, who has Inrgo land holdings at N,.w l>t,-V-.ton. whs in tho city on Tuesday. A htiyinjr hot-wnlor bottcs just because out; went wrong. Mnylie you bought the wrong kind. The ras, M1K|, A full Btoek of fountainBvringVB j1" ""' ,,,,us'-Imlli enemas and conhination hot! r,,",Us >"�>�-��"�"� h�*ni:iiK hous, wntor ltottlt" and 8yrin�e. We stock everything sor the sifk room. .1. II. C1|. ri> o.' the Mnson l.nnl Co. left Inst llijilll for Ixvils. N. I)., ill lllli�.l of 1(111:1 seekvrs. . . . nutulier of IMyloii people lu'compgn V. II. Kil.ly who has i.evn working j(slor 2nd with 11. ,\. Sugglt as (tostuuistor. SiibscrilxTs to the llorn'd who wish to rorolvo their palK-rs froiii tin* now ofllce wi11 please Miss C. A. I'no'iHley formerly of advise us at oiico. (imario is om-ning up a millinery | hhn |{ of ,.>,.,,,, vitv-pros4dont of the t'.M.W. of A. is in tho city consulting with th? A. \V�lin>sdn I liefs. | Sninui'l (im.v. nt one'111111' lorn toil ! in Ijothliridgo as Immigration Agent prodorpHsor hi I'hns. Mnlr, died In ' Winnipog a few days ago. , A. !�'. Wim'Is was In Kiiymuml tills wook iiliil Ins1 Inking the plnon of W Yoniiy, th.1 st�t ion-ugtnt tlvre, who was off south oil a holiday, i Lii.-ut. P. C Shaw wus in CuihIsIoii i on Tuosd.iy and WclnosdaA. Its. jIpiivom for Winnipeg on S.>pt. I'J. to ^isMiine his militury responsibilities. ' .!.' N'ansale, a drunk was found lying on the railroad truck. To sav,. an accid.-nl 'the police run him in uiwl he was lined S2 uiul costs yesterday. II. IV Hanson of Watorlon Lukes, Lnmlior, t>il nnd Power Co. Is in the oity looking after � g'lni? llftynion h? is exin'Ctiln: from the I'iisl to go to his lunvln'i' 0iiMi(i in the Kootellny dlBtrlols. .1. .1. .Inhiistoti left last night lor ; the cast, where he mill s|iend a nvm-; th'- holiil.ii nl tU'liiwn. Montreal ami other i-astein points. Huring liis ,li-, siviuv, I.. \. Newton, druggist, late 'of Llnilsn\ will he in charge. j John llovi-do went to llv Windsor j Hotel and stole some pillows and |lO|Vii ihem to sonic oi'his liidyfrioii.'ls | \s he was too drunk to lv cogni/nnt i of his act ions, he was found guilty ut Icing drunk and assessed .*>."i nml cost s I King l("Hi{ the (U'oprietor of th.' I Victoria l{"Ntutiruiil, ll.iron.-ss Itnn.l was ordered l.y Mnyistnile |liini|ih -ries lo pa\ one of his waitress,.s S.*> Wages claim.' I- lie pl(id also the costs of th-.. court The waitress i'hiiU'.il a month's wages. CLEAIINC SALE OF IARDEN HOSE � Bulancd of soaton't stock now offered Rt greatly re-dnowl prices. Don't misa this opportunity to b�y, as rubber hose is higher, in price today than when we bought our stool". Brand Pin net.. Mn roon. Lender Kinkproof. Regular price . 10c per fool.., H* "  .18 .16 .20 11 Hi m 16* Sale price 8c per foot n BRODIE & STAFFORD Have a Garden OF YOUK OWN, and if you need garden tools of any description, our stock of garden aad farm implements is complete, and embrace* the best from the leading mnnufarturers. C. W. GRAY Tel. ttli Hani ware Charles .Nditistoiit Ixvper at Diamond City is very ill in ithe Ii.epil.il Mr. .lohlisione lately was the r.ili-dri\er here Mrs. |i W. Ii:i\is of Maiieol is a visitor in th.' city. .1 II. Stanlev oi Calgary w.is in t lie ci't.s- on Tu, sdn\ . Col. S It. Steele of Calgury arrived in Ihc rily on Friday nl^ht- . . It. II. kin near n. Clinton, Mass. is the guest of h'.s sister, Mrs. .1. L 11. I'rim-e. I*. L. \ lU-rt inspector of I'nion Hank lirsiiK'hes of Ailvrl.i arrivcil in the city Frida\ night. Win. Munns of Toronto was in the cilv on I riilnv in (oiiius-tion with some iiiimii.' |u' niglu to attend Ids parents' niicr aimi\rrsary of their wt�ld!ng ila.N On Friday et.nmg Mrh! u eon -pie of days of hist wivk visit in j Mr. an.I Mi's. W. A. Hamilton �'n Tuesday nfteinooii I he intunt d.iug-hli r of Mr. mid Mrs ,1 W. I'ul ler was luui.sl. �>. Ji. Austin ciii -ilurUsI the funeral In the absence of Hev. .1. M. Harrison. C. F. Sl.iikcy. l>ool,kii.|H-r for A. Maivli.n.ild �V Co in Udhl.ridge, halves for Kendo. It.C. oil Monday lo accept a similar position villi the Tritiis Wood Co of that city. Ilrigndi. r Swinttoii of VnnrjoiUei-was pres..nt at tlie Salvation ariny meetings on Sunday mid ussistisl in them. Ho found the corps in good slutIV and is well plouso.l with the st;,tu of the �rk. He retumod to Vancouver on Mondu.v morning. A L. McKclxlo of the Two Macs. W. F. Uuihanaii. K.. (iarvis and Col. Clayton, the last mcnlion.'d of Die" Hudson's liny Co. of Ijellibridge, were visiting with the Hudson's Hoy hoys heiv laM Sunday. They alj hud a jolly good tuce. and ruinor has it that they iiutiingvd t-t get home in fairly -good condition, tlrucioiis me. but Sunday in Maard last Saturday iiKirning an�l U'ing too wldff for tho spaiv U>side the freight shi'l it struck the corner of the shed, knocking olT some of the phistcr and generally shaking up the oavt end of ill.- building. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Co. oilleinls regarding in tlw a HKIIALIIS WAN'I'F.li. ! i Copies of the Herald of dune (Vth. , HUli and 2(Mli ivnntfsl. Anyone having old copies on hand will please nih ise. THF. IIKHALP OFKICK. Real Estate Loans Insurance Hut is Inning its houses The citizens ui liinmoml City hud a regular (.ala da\ on Saturday on iIk- occasion h! the murringe of ./olm Mnr.-lb ami \nm-liiia O.iiii-oi-n � The .lounif collide \\ tc iiijii'l'i'Ml b> ngivliKitt that cnitscd the trouble lew w.vks ago. On Mondu.v. evening at Hie honi.> of Am,nidus llosnine, .Joseph Tuff v�s Medicine uuirriod to Clarn fitrr. Captain numlvivd.  loluwione of the Sulvutian Army 1 r.-ad the Army marring,, oercniony i A new Masonic Lodge mis orguiiiz-nnd llev . Win. Itcid proclnimisl the in M sllcine I lot lust w.vk. couple lawful!.! w:'(klod husband nnd j - 'ather \ anTiuheii in the city an I wife. A very plensnnt evening then drove home, where all had a jolly good hni.' j IJ..v. Wilji.im Heel will conduct th, ser.v ices in lhe Itaptis't Tabernacle on j Sunday- The ordinance of llapiism I will be ohserved nt the evening ser-jvicc. when the sulijeci of discour*. will lie Imant Haptisin as Practised j in the Haplisi Church." (!ood sing-lllg A ueli-iuii  will he extended lo ' all. Theiv w.is (, lii,r stir in the biisc-ni nt of the ll.iptist Talicrnacle on Tii.-wliiy evening when a nunilvr o.' the yoiiiiy; in.-ii of Hie congi'eg.vlion in t and 1'iNisl up the inside of tho l>,iK.-iit>iH. Alter the front stair is put in. the l.asem. ul will lv ready lor use Through the kindness of a meiiils-r oi th.- .hurili ii^i and cuko were Si-rved. w Inn .the evening's work Mll^ done. �pent by all present. wns ; The pi Your Hardwood Floors To look right must be treated right. It is a very simple matter lo properly" care (or them, if you use JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX, the mom satisfactory and reliable preparation for finibliing and polishing floors, furniture and woodwork. It produces an artistic lasting polish to which dust and dirt will not adhere. It bring* out the natural beauty of the wood and preserves it. It prevents heel marks and scratches from showing and will not crack, blister or peal off. Because I I 8 Johnson's Prepared Wax "4 Comptiti riiriih and PolUh for M Wooi" eeatains more polishiog wax to the pound and of the best quality, it produces the best, most lasting sanitary finish and polish with the least effort and is the largest selling was is the world. For furniture, woodwork, oil cloth and linoleum it is uoequalled. Try it and tee. JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX is sold and recommended by Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. $10, $12, $15 and $18 Style, fit nnd workmanship guaranteed. Those gooda 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 OK WOOLEN BLANKETS. Tust openo! tip. Splendid Value. Prices $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 L. KEEL Men's Furnisher Late Optra House Block, Round Street 1H. CON'YHEAItfC BLOCK. Second Consignment of Underskirts IW* SOME POINTERS Stocking Not with Moriette Flounce Silk' Warp with Silk Flounce ASSORTED COLORS and BLACK MOREEN at G. H. Johnston's O. W. KERR CO. havis opened offices in llu* Oliver BUch, - 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 Meneger. 1144 6710 ;