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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Begins Monday, July 1 st Clearing'^Prices on all Short Ends and Oddments EMBROIDERIES, ends of 1 to 5 yard� DRESS MXJSLTNS, ends 2 J to b yards ZEPHYRS & 0INQHAM8, 3 to 7 yarda LACES, endv 2 to 8 yards WHITE WAISTINGS, fine goods any length WOOL DRESS GOODS, ends 2% to 5 yards but all sizes represented in the Lovely Shirt Waist Suits KrilS-X'-l^-^^^hS Blue and Cream Lustre Suits, regular 7.50 for 5.50 Muslin Suits, while, fancy and plain, rei'ular 8.00 for 6,00 LADIES' CLOTH SUITS-Only a few left, styles are correct. Prices at saving of 3 to 5 a suit SHIRTS AT A BARGAIN -Wiiite Pique, White Duck, Cream Panama, Cream Serge, Lustre. Good value in SHOES. White Canvas OXFORDS for men, woman and childreo. A. Macdonald !tMiridg� this wofk. Dr. and Mrs. McKcchnie of Vancouver, B.C., were in the city last Friday with Thou, l/nderwootl of Calgary. Henr.v Cocks of Kcho is In the city suffering from l/lood poisoning. He is Ntaying with his daughter, Mrs. Williams. Tt. li. Uavidson of the piiMic school start left* for Calgary on Tuesday. Ho will s(tcnd. his vacaticn in that city. Brigham 9. Voung.i the genial editor of tile lta,ymond Chronicl.c was nn invader of the Herald sanctum on Wednesday. " I The railway track Ijctwccn Lelh -bridge and Great Falls has Ixen all and '^P**'**'' south trains I A S�cecMfttl Keaie. The .Sunday School of the Wesloy Church with the parents ami frientis of the scholars to 'the nuimixjr of about 230, liold thoir annual picnic at St. Marys on Monday lust. Tha weather was all that could be desired and the games and races provided assisted fo make an itloal outing. Ditiner was served alK)iit 12.30 the chiklrjn Iwing served at the first fiitting, abundant provision tjeing on hand for all, in addition to which the children were treated to twenty-five pounds of candy and a crate of oranges. The races wei� all keenly contested three prizes being given for each and wem as follows: Bey's race, under 10 years, 75 yds. -Henry Johnston, Lyle Fairhurst, Chas. Slade. Girl's race, under 10 y^ars, 75 yards-Jean Pipes, Kathleen South -ard, Zmt, Pipes. I'lgg and spoon race, girls.- Alma Johnston, F.thel Redding, Nellie Oil-lett. 'l^ree-lson ami J. Oliver, HiHi-old nnd Tomi Ham ilton. Thi-ead needle contest, girls-.s including K; Sloan. R. V. May- n^j^co during the absence of Manager nard ami others went to Cardston q y/ jiowley. for Dominion Day.  | Reld's subjects foi- Sun- are again running as usual. Jesse Hardie. son of W. D. L. Har-die, mine superintendent, l� spending his holidays from St. Andrew's College, Toronto, with his father. i'ho "first sfone" waa laid yest6r  da.v by the contractors for the 20,-000 club's new office Ituiiding at tbt: A LOCAL BUDGET. Boo-st the CnrnivnI. TUB GLOIUOIS FOURTH. .1. Hi. Uiplcy is awny on a 'trip to ^bc Pacific Const. Dr. t�. .1. Courtico loaves on Sitl-urday lor � wook's trip to lOdinoiv -(cri, R. F. and Mrs. IJoove an; nway on n holiV(>b('r is honu' for Ibu ,holidays, having \)Con attending: colloKC at Trinity Cclk^gi." .school, i'ort ITo]�.', Out. Tlio Soo Spolctinc train.s Ktnrtpg t'OWn"" , ODca of the I^ethbri^ge Boseball evening he will, give * special SPECIAL AGENTS Mrs. A. Southar*! will not retvive iin r'ripay. Do not forgot to tell your friorid.s of the Stri.'ct Carnival. Mr. and Mr^ Coo. Shaw leave on Monday lor SBorbrookw, Que., for � I vi.sil. Mr. K. Foi-,n-nKon of I.jethhrid'ge is spending Xh,- week in Claros-holn�..- Claroshobn Review. A. T. Warren of M�dicino Hat has !i(\m added to tlie telegraphic staff at the C.P.R. station. Mrs. Penny father of Maclood arriv-mI on Wednesday. Afr. Ponnyfather Is CPU. 1 icomotive f or.Tnan at Lothliri'dsx; bfing transferred here fri m Marlpod. Anionir the .students who have come home for the holidays are. Miss Helen Mowburn who lias l�en attending the Toronto Conservatory of Music, Hastings Mowburn who has just passeperat�re ^ ^ Conyl�,re. K.C.. D.C.L., ,, he cooler. It was a dollar and ^^^^^^ on -Monday costs for his. . � , %f L- niormng, accompanied try his two The morning subject at Wesley daughters and hi.s son who have been church next Sunday will Ixs: I'ower attending college in the east. _ for Service! How. to Secure It, niKl g.^.^^ fjr�ss js oelebratini the in the evening. Rev. J. M. Harrison will sjieak on: "Oppoptunitios Km -l.raeoecially for young pooplp. . Tlie officers elected by the Miners' Union, No. I f.-f II.M.W. of A. last filorious Fourth to-day. Steer ibp -ing, saddlo-and-get-away-fluick, and other contests are being held. A dance and supper will be given tonight. C. O. K. Nourse, tho manager of Rev. HiiglisoA at Iag�rMn^ The papers received from Inger.soll Ont., indicate that Rev. J. K. Hufk* son, B.A., until recently pastor of Wesley Church. Let-hbridgc, is being well nscoived in that town. One paper has a spljndid cut ci Mr. Hugh -son with a short sketch of his career and in addition, to giving a haK col* unin account of his first sermon says: In entering upon the pastorate of King street church yesterday Rev. J. K. Hughson mode a most favorable impresMon. Although the weather was oppressive, the effect of which is invariably to 1* seen in empty pews Mr. Hughson was greeted by a large congregation at each service and Ms discourses were practical and helpful. Mr. Hughson has a most pleasing pulpit appearance and a fluent and impressive rfcjlivery. He adheres largely 1c the conversational style of preaching, rounding out his points applicable Uo every day lifo in plain, .>'0't most earnresit manner. At the conclusion of his morning sermon Mr. Hughson said that at the time he received an invitation from King Street church he also received nn invitation from a church in the west, but he -had (h>cidod tcl>; recording seci\>tary, Wm. Bryon; door the Calgary branch during his keeper, H. Rosainc. sence east.-Calgary Herald. An Englishman bearing the honor- I WilliatnMortimei- Clark, L/icutenfint able an' or per- Patrick, Chief Justice cf tlw Supreaa baps tho thought that his illustrious Court; Judge Langelier of Quebec. foix.father was dead made him sad, are now in a position to stick �-'8ir" the working man and a and got on a plain ordinary, plebian drunk. As hf> had done the same Ikj-foro, ho was nssoss-cxi a fiver and 1 co.'jts b.v the Magistrate. YourJIardwood Floors To look right mast be trtatad righl. It. it a very simple aattar to propnijr' care for them, if yoa uie JOHN* SON'S PREPARED WAX, lha most satisfactory and reliabU prap* aration for finiibing and poUthiag floors, furniiure tad woodwork. It -. producM aa artistic lasting polish to which dnst and dirt will not adhera. It brings out tba natural beauty of the wood and praserv�s it. It pravtaM heel marks and �cratches from �howingaad will ael crick, bliiter or peel ot(. Becatua Johnsoti'5 Wax 'A Cmfiht* AnM oM f�Uik ftr AU Wf4� eeataiaa nore poHthiag wax to the pound and of the best qmUtyt it prodacM the best, most lasting luitary finish and polish with the least eCott aad ia tha brgett aelling was in tha world. For fuiailura, woodworli. oU cloth aad Uaolaum it is UDequaUed. Try it and see. JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX is sold and recommeaded by in front of their names. They been knightetl by the King. Barnes that Lethbridgc chap whose 8�^her. nain:; is 8.\nnnomous with "Bnse-balt," "Boost" and Anti-"Boozc" w'as in town on Tuesday and Wednesday. We know Barnes vcrj' v�ll, but, he may Ih* a good ui�n foj-that, .�liiyway �c ore ntighty pleas- centre of evangelism and missionary work. He was confident that if the congregation and pastor Joinod hand ^ in hand, prosperity and success would attend their efforts and that the future wotild be even brighter with progress than the past. He asked for a hearty and sympathetit; cooperation [and an early acquaintance in order that the>' might soon liegin wiork to 'od to have him call around and strike the glad mil.-Cardston Star. I CRAOO-HOWSON-On Juno laih 1007, Carolino, third daugh -tor <.f R. F. Hov.'.son �)f Calgary, .\lta., lately of Teeswater, Ont., and granddaughter of the late tra Ful  ford of Teeswater, Ont., to Rev. i Harry H. Cragg. B.A., byj^gv. Edw. Cragg, father of the groom, assisted by Rev. W. J. M. Cragg, B.A.. B.U. brother of the groom. -Toronto (Jlf��. Miss Howson was a guest at the hotn/.! of Dr. aitd Mrs. <'. C.Cragg of titis city this spring. Hon. W. T. Ftnlay and Mrs. Fin-lay will sail from Montreal on August 9, for Irelaitd. where Mr. Plnlay has boon called in connection with the settlement of his bro-thcr's cs -tate. Mr; W. B. Finlay is expected to return from Ireland in ,July.. Uiaa Kathleen Finlay will return with her parents.-Medicine Hat News. pie of fall measuring sovonty-'two inches in heigitt. This sample is from a field of Mr. Hanini's containing a large aiva of just such grain. Sixfoot rye is rather a gocKl growth fc.r a district descriljod by the, public school geographies as "semi-arid." Prompt Delivery TelephOM 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale arid Retail. _^ <�'i%%^VWW^M^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'4 WINNIPEG FAIR RATES. Account Winnipeg Gxhibi