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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ituiMmWiifHii Begins Monday, July 1st Clearing Prices on all Short Ends and Oddments EMBROIDERIES, emU 6t 1 to 5 yards LACES, end* 2 to 8 yards DRESS MUSLINS, ends 2^ to 0 yards WHITE WAISTINGS, fine goods any lenRtli ZEPHYRS & GINGHAMS, 3 to 7 yanls WOOL DRESS GOODS, ends 2^ to 5 yards Lovely Shirt Waist Suits Kir;S;'.SU'L^.wr""'"' Blue and Cream Lustre Suits, regular 7.50 for 5.50 Musliu Suits, white, fancy and plain, retrular 8.00 for 6.00 LADIES' CLOTH SUITS Only a few left, styles are correct. Prices at aaving of 3 to 5 a suit SHIRTS AT A BARGAIN-White Pique, White Duck, Cream Panama, Cream Serge, Lustre. Good value in SHOES. White Canvas OXFORDS for men, women and children. Pure Paris Green Guaranteed strength required by Oovernmeat J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Miss Howson of Culgary is visiting Mrs C. C. Cragg. Mrs. John Niven came, down from Red Deer, Saturday night. J. H- Riley returned on Sunday morning from a trip to the Coast. Mrs. Adam Link left on Monday morning for Banff to spend a holiday. Miss Stewart and Miss E. E, McClure leave tonight for a trip to the Coast. Geo. Grpon of the J. D. Higin-bothani & Co. staflf is spending a holiday at Kalis{x-1, Mont. Mrs. E. M. Mcintosh of Loth-bridge, is visiting her iwrents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ivey.-Retl Deer Advocate*. Mrs. W. L. Hamilton, Cutbill St. will r.)(;i'ivH frr the first time Wediiesdii v afternoon and evening July 17th.' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. May, Locust street, left ytsstenlay for Leth-bridge, Altii., on a visit to tha lat-tt(r's brother. Mr. Walter .Ionian, of the Lethbridge Herald.-St.Thom-as, Ont. Journal. Fresh from the Springs A shipment of Abilena A natural cathartic mineral water. A mild and gentle laxative. Useful for torpid liver. J. D. Htginbolham � Co. Family aad Diiwawng Chamwta SPECIAL AGENTS Mrs. Crogg will not receive again this season. Misses Lizzie and A. H. Niven are spending a holiday in Calgary, J. A. Virtue of Macleotl is in the city removing his effects to liis new home. Jns. McCaig, M. A., superintendent of schools, Edmonton, is in the city. John Kenny, inspector of customs, was in the city last week on official business. Mrs. Wm. Laurie and sons of Cardstpn passed through the city on Saturdoy on their way to Banff. ' John Muir and family of Coal-dale intend moving to the Arrow Lake district, B. C, where Mrs. Muir has an extensive fruit farm W. A. Hamilton and Jos. Morgan, B.A., left on Monday morning for Edmonton where they will reatl departmental examination papers. Miss Jean K. Wright who has been teaching at White's school spent a short holiday at Pincher Creek and has returned to enter the office of the Western Stationery Co. as bookkeeper. Plain washing wanted. Apply to Box K. Herald Office. Room to rent. Apply to Mrs. Harrison. Coutts street. Miss Isabel McCuUoch was successful in ptissing the second class professional examination at the Calgary Normal School. At the communion service at Knox Church on Sunday there were ninety-two communicants, the nicest nnmber on reconl. H. S. French, editor of the Mac-l*H)d Gazette was in the city last Friday, attending Supreme Court. Mr. French was a material witness in the Hooglin case. Dr. F. H. Mewburn, of Leth-bridge, was among Thursday's arrivals at the Windsor. L. L. Mewburn of Calgary accompanies him. -Edmonton Bulletin. C. Ross Tate was in Cranbrook on Thursday attending the funoral of his aunt, Mrs. R. H. Ross. Mrs. Ross is a sister of Mrs. F. C. Cooke of this city. Rev. B. E. Midford of the London conference, will preach on Sunday morning at Wesley church In the evening the pastor will speak on " How to attain perfect happiness." Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and family arrived from Letnbridge on Wednesday. Mr. Thompson is a C P. R. contractor and will likely take up his residsnce here. Maple Creek Signal. Mrs. Geo. Brenner who has been visiting her sister Mrs C. Mc-Killop for several weeks left yesterday for Cranbrook where she will visit a short time prior to going to Edmonton to reside. In the Manitoba Free Press of twenty years ago, July 6th, the following item appearetl: Rev, J. M. Harrison left on the west train this morning to assume his new charge at Portage la Prairie, YourJIardwood Floors U a very simple matter to propefljr" care for tb�m, if you uie JOHN* SON'S PREPARED WAX. th� most satisfactory and reliable prep* aration for finishing and polishing floors, furnitnre and woodwork. It - _ produces aa artistic lastinx polish to which dnst and dirt will not adhere. It bripgs out ttm natural beauty of the wood Asd preserves it. It prevents heel marks and scratches from showing and will not crack, blister or peel off. Because Johnson'5 Prepared Wax "d ComftiU JVsM ead tHUk tm Alt KM" eoatains mm polishing wu to the pound and of the bcit^quality, it prodacM the best, most lasting sanitary finish and polish with the least effort and is tha laigest selling was in the world. For furniture, woodwork, oil cloth and liBoleum it is unequalled. Try it and see. JOHNSONS PREPARED WAX is sold and rccommeadsd by Prompt Dalivery T�MiOM 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. 0, t), ;\iisUri pi-t-iiuli ill rwal' llllll' iio.vi SuM'inan 'J'ht? Jlisses TJoixrrtsoii and Mrs. 'J'. II. \avin of Moclicinc Kat arc vi.sit-ing th� lattor's parent's, Mr. and .Mrs. .T. Kenny. ./. \V. Martin, Ins|)cetor of Po-minion Ijtind Oflicos, who has been in ho�list parsonage, Oeltis Drill amIMiss Pella Ijcotio Srtapp, l)oth of IjHWiridgc, Nve inl-wiiHl in the lam.-ily plot. .She will be met at Fort Willitim by n brother, .lohn McNaugh ton. 'J'he deceased one tlrill, brand j now, never been used. Will .sell cheap I for <|ii-ic.k sale. A[�ply to MAIIYA SZWDOKTIOnSKA, tjothbrldgo. One blr.ck north of North Ward School. ir-18-25-1 Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings, Our 1907 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. Wall Paper Call and M* oufMrnplM. AU pftpm : �hown, carsitd in �took-no rapraM to pay-nQ waiting for gooda. Baby Carriages We have just received a shipment of CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty deaigna in the read work, and elegantly upholstered. BRODIE & STAFFORD Have a Garden OP YOUR OWN. and if you nued garden tools of any descrtp* tion, our stock of garden and farm implements is complete, and embraces the liest from the leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY Tel. m Hardwara Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance FOR SALE A 5-roomcd cottage, new, heated, lighted and water oonnac-tion, 5 minutes' walk from post office, a snap at |1,..100 A 7-roomed house in first-class condition, 1 acre of ground. Yours at......................................1,600 A small payment down is all we require .on either of thaia properties. A 5-room house and 4 acres land, 1^ miles north of city, 1,200 We also have residential lots from |40 up to..........1,000 We have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot-2 lota -no better site in the city. CONYUEAHE BLOCK. OlMie Silk mm Silks in all shades Ponge Silk the favorite G. H. O. W. KERR CO. have opaned offices in the Oliver BlocK. Kodm 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on tha market. We iiave also a faw choice sections in Warner diatrict. T. S. McKENZIE, Loeal Manager. m 5716 ;