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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta h - July Remnant Sale Begins Monday, July 1 st Clearing Prices on all Short Ends and Oddments EMBUOIDEKTES, endsbf 1 to fi yards DRESS MUSLINS, ends 2J to 0 yards ZEPHYRS A: GINGHAMS, 8 to 7 yards LACES, emit 2 to 8 yards WHITE WATSTINGS, fine gocxls any length WOOL DRESS GOODS. ends 2� to 5 ynrds T .f\\rt>\\i QKiff \3^oiof Qlii+Q Broken ranges, but nil sizes represented l^oveiy oniri w disc aims ,ot( colne early ttlld getKOod choice Blue and Cream Lustre Suits, regular 7.50 for 5.50 Muslin Suits, white, fancy and plain, regular 8.00 for COO in the LADIES' CLOTH SPITS- Only a few left, styles are correct. Trices at saving of 3 to 5 a suit \ BARGAIN - White Pitpic, White Duck, Cream Panama, Cream Serge, SHIRTS AT Lustre. Good value iu SHOES. White Canvas OXFORDS for uieu, women and children. A. Macdonald endiug a holiday at Kalispel, Mont. Mrs. E. M. Mcintosh of Lethbridge, is visiting her |�trents Mr and Mrs. Fred Ivey. Red Deer Advocate. Mrs. W. L. Hamilton. Cutbill St.. will r-ieeivf ft r the first time Wednesday afternoon and evening July 17th." Mr. and Mrs. W. n. May. Locust street, loft yesterday for Leth bridge, Alta., on a visit to liis hit ter's brother. Mr. Walter Jordan,of the Leth bridge Herald.-St.Thoin as, Out. Journal. Fresh from the Springs A shipment of Abilena A natural cathartic iniueral water. A mild ttiid gentle laxative. Useful for torpid liver. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Family and DistMaaing Cnemtstt SPECIAL AGENTS Apply to to Mrs Mrs. Crugg will not receive again this season. Misses Lizzie and A. H. Nivcn are spending u holiday in Calgary. J. A. Virtue of Macleod is in the city removing his effects to his new home. Jas. McCaig. M. A., superintendent of schools, Edmonton, is in the city. John Kenny, inspector of customs, was iu the city last week on official business. Mrs. Win. Laurie and sons of Curdston passed through the city on Saturday on their way to Bant!'. John Muir and family of Coal-dalu intend moving to the Arrow Lake district, B. C., whore Mrs. Muir has an extensive fruit farm W. A. Hamilton and Jos. Morgan, B.A., left on Monday morning for Edmonton where they will read 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 Station ery Co. ns bookkeeper. Plain washing wanted Box K. Herald Office. Room to rent. Apply Harrison. Coutts street. M iss Isabel McCulloch was sue cessful in passing the second class professional examination at tin Calgary Normal School At the communion service at Knox Church on Sunday there were ninety-two communicants, the nrgest number on record. H. S. French, editor of the Muc-leod Gazette was in the city last Friday, attending Supreme Court. Mr. French was u material witness in the Hong!in case. Dr. F. H. Mewbnrn, of Leth-bridge, was among Thursday's arrivals at the Windsor. L. L. Mew-bum of Calgary accompanies him. - Edmonton Bulletin. C. Ross Tate was in Cranbrook on Thursday attending the funeral � l��g thorough experienci of his aunt. Mrs. R. H. Ross. Mrs. I Chicago in the manufacturing Ross is a sister of Mrs. F. C. Cooke 1 high grade jewelery. Previous Rev. T. M. Murray of Coleman who has been supplying the Knox church pulpit during the abseiion of Rev. A.M. Gordon lenves for lis home on Saturday. Rev. Gor-"on is expected to return on 8nl.ur- T, Mc Janet and Mrs MeJnnot and two children of Ottawa, are visiting Mrs. McJanet's brother. G. II. Johnston, whom she has not seen for twenty-five years. Mr. McJanot is Deputy Inspector of Schools for Ottawa. Superintendent Ericksou is having his hands full these days looking ufter the regular work and providing for the passage of the Flyer The Crow is averaging JOCK) cars a day now and that inuuns a lot ofj work for everybody on the line. , R. Lindsay Torrcnee, manager! of the J. B. Armstrong Mauu-fac-1 luring Co. Gttelph, was in the city Tuesday, spending the day with his sister Mrs. J. D. Higinliotltum. F. H. Cockshutt of the Cockshutt Plow Works, Bruntford accompanied him. Next Sunday the services in the Baptist Tabernacle will be held at the usual hours 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m. In the evening there will lie a baptismal service at which the pastor will give an uddrcss on "New-Testament Christianity." Special singing. Everybody welcome. The Ideal Amusement Co.. gathered in a few zeechiiiB on Dominion Day. Their show demonstrated the fact that there is money in Fernie for any old proposition that offers an inducement.-Fernie Free Press. This Co. is billed for Leth-bridge for the Fair days. Ed. On Tuesday afternoon at four o"-!,I,r,,"k "" �'�����"���>� clock, a small party met in the pas-! " h,"v ",,,y w"h tor's study in the Baptist Taber-1 node, when two of their number,] Murdock McNab of No. :ossihle this fall getting ready for a large crop of full grain which will be put iu as soon as the ground can begot ready. It would Ik; worth anybody's while to visit the (>. W. Kerr Co.'s furni at Magrath and take notes of whutiB going on here. Ernest H. Hall has just arrived from Chicago to take a |M>sitk>u with C. C. Wright, the jeweller Mr. Hall is in a class by himself in rhe jewellery business, having had in of to of this city. Rev. B. E. Vlidford of the Lon-don conference, will preach on Sunday morning at. Wesley church Iu the evening the pastor will speak on " How to attain perfect happiness." Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and family arrived from Lethbridge on Wednesday. Mr. Thompson is a C P. R. contractor and will likely take up his residsncc 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 Mnnitolie Free Press of twenty years ago, July Oth. the following item appeared: Rev, J. M. Harrison left on the west train this morning to assume his new charge \ at Portage la Prairie. Uikiug up the manufacturing part' of the trade he was with K.A.J Wright, of Lethbridge, for three i years. C. C. Wright has shown commendable enterprise in getting a workman of Mr. Hall's standing I to eater to the reiiuiieinents of the (1. I). Austin, will iiivililt m t'lah tin 1   iicxt Stliidrt.i. The city's mud roller mid jjrny Ttev, I .1. M. Ilnrrison. ' Senntor 11. W. Wnlsoii ..f ]'.,rt.nKe In t'rntrie won In tin* i'Hy n few �lu > s" inspecting ihe mining nuirliin -'i'l'j hell' villi u i ii'w to linot'cn iiik i the plant, of the Souris . mie in 1 which he is interested. i j Hr mnl Mrs I'. M. Ciniipliell re from l.'iggnii were Willi the ('iill.ldiiiM Mpitle ('lull nl their iillliiiiii clillili. Uirth cliiiiln-Ts of the cliili vere pITselll I!. Ci'inlilork itho tins heen uitll t lie Co-op store for two iu"' 11 llillf li'lllS sixers his conned ion with tluil st oii> on Hut ii it lay. Mr frii'lilock intenils IniMHj; ,,n 'I'lii.sdiiy for n holiilny trip to t'liirngo. IK'troit. Toll tito ihhI other points.  in Tuesday a party of W.C.T.K. ladies. 111c-111\ nolds nnil Isi-iiiinn dr,iie to CoaUlali* to (organ-i/e a liramli nl the W.CT.V. lit that poinl. Till- la'lies w completed at a nu in-,, date, when anolher pleas aiil outing i> anticipated. Word was rn-cciieil l>.\ SsdiK-y .Yni'k srn ranger. He haMlxs'll through seieral Indian wars and , was one of ltn,sei elt's liillp'rs. He j was with the American troops that | came across the herder in 1SS."> to capture American Indians that were Your Hardwood Floors To look right must be treated right It. is  very simple matter to properly" care for them, if you use JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX. tb� most satisfactory and reliable preparation for finishing and polishing floors, furniture and woodwork, ll produces an artistic lasting polish to which dust and dirt will not adhere. It bripgs out the natural beauty of the wood and preserves it. It prevents heel marks and scratches from showing and will not crack, blister or peel oil. Because Johnson's Prepared Wax "A CompUU KaUh ami foUth /or All Woof contains mere polishing wax to the pound and of the best quality, it produce* the best, most lasting sanitary finish and polish with the least effort and is the largest selling wax in the world. For furniture, woodwork, oil cloth and linoleum it is unequalled. Try it and see. JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX is sold and recommended by Prompt Dalivery Telephone 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. iii.- s,'l\ M held el U t nil,'. rei;llla r iii' ill I Ii I.', e � of id.- ll| m the sen., when it.-ii Ku\, On the moiling of that day school j iimiM-it m, tii,. tii-si time tie t.-n> will assemble in a Itody aild Occupy leri- intiT.'^t tin; liili*- m' ln^ tnj the Centre peWS of the church, the ;ll,,im n,,. |,,,,|..,.-i and m ranmla choir will be uinde up (if atlull ,,, s holurs, while the ushering and the taking up of the offering will also be in the hands of the school. Mrs Southard was appointed to look af- \ ter the musical part of the service The change in train Rorvice inaugurated on duly tirst has been the means of advancing a number of trainmen and enginemen in tin service. Among those obtaining promotion are conductors DeVcre Hunt. Jos. Hall and Tims, t'tnen who will hereafter be in charge of of the Soo-Spokand Fl>er between Lethbridge and KingHgate. Conductors Joseph Jacks*in, E. Ii Becker, J. Barrenu. \V. II Ureav�-s and T.A.Cory will run trains r> ami' '"sl ti lietweeu Medicine Hat and the Lauding with heaili|ii;irteru at Cranbrook. This latti-r arrange ment gives general sntisfnetion, ns it has die advantage of shortening the hours of duty. The following coudu"tors have been transferred to Lethbridge; Win. Clinry, lion McKillop, H. Nerron. .1 L. Johnston, P, Carruthers. \V. A. Mac-Atilay, R. Tiffin. FOR SALE A ."j-rooimd cottuge. new, heated, lighted and water connection, 5 minutes' walk from post office, a snap at 11,1100 A 7-roomed house in tirst-class condition, 1 acre of ground. Yours at......................................1,600 A Btnall payment down ia all we require on either of these properties. A .Vrooiu house ami I 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 Bite in the city. Jas lleiitoli. Js| \ te.  I'resiil.'iii mis in i-hiii'tfe. and read a leii inleresl-iiiH and helptul papet'. wliiih was lid-iiiinil In |, pnilitahle disi'iisvion. .V hllsitless meet'llli; Was llelit nt the flose of the s,'i'ii�e. nl wlvhli Mr. ii. H Austin was elerted ,'lr | \ ire ; Pres. and Miss .Marie lliil-n, tth| lice, tn sine eed Mrs (' l( 11aniel| and Miss Srhweil/ei". r,'sl({ii,.it It i was ilei-iileil to herenfler hold the] monthly hiisiness iihi-I on Ihu Monday of the^auh instea .1 olhlie in tli,> foreign niiK.-i,ni field, ll was derided to nuiKe tlie seroiid Xtnliilai ill S,'pt,niiW'i of each ji'iir a I nilly Suinlay, uheli a special will U> hi'l'il. Ni'Xl Mmitla i' ei eiiintJ the lini't i ii(t hi' in eliiil't><< of l/ilerar.l llepnrt inoiil . wlien the HQ. CON Y 111'". A It K BLOCK. PAP^OAOTOTOToTCXOoTOTO^TO'oVotT^ l.-IIBiie rviri; Hie O. W. Kerr Pleased. lit'*' ami IIoIm.iih Murks of I'hnrli's � ill lie ilisi'ussed. n. UJhllc Silk Blouses Silks in all shades Ponge Silk the favorite G. H. Johnston O, W, Kerr, president of the (). W. Kerr Co. left Lethbridge on Saturday night for Minneapolis. While iu this district he made a general observation of the country us he had never seen much of AI-, berta before this trip, lie stated after he had made the rounds that he bad never praised up Alberta half hard enough as it exceeds any thing he had expected taking every thing into consideration, lie anticipates spending more ut'liia time in this locality. Minimi's Liniment <�'"'. Limited. (lents.-I nurd a iniiialde himtniK ilnK of iihiiu.' wilh MIN Altll'S I.IM-MI'S'T alter seieral i el eriiia ries had treated him Willi nut i (< � 111 (4 liii-n .in-, rniaiieiit (final Voui's ,*ic wii.i'itiii e:a*:v!�*. I'lop. of (irnnd Central lloiel. Ilium- ll|iillil\ llle, \ll(^. 'O I . VOW SALK BORN, To Mr, and Mrs. J II. Stanley. Calgary, on July n\ a son. One liimli.r and one drill, brand new, never Imvii nseil Will sell ehi'n|) for quirk sale. Apply to M A HY A SZWPOK110 It MK A, Tift lit irhlgii. One hi. ek norlli of North Ward School. 11-18 25-1 O. W. KERR CO. ha\-6 opened offices iu the Oliver BlocK, - 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 Manager. ;