Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
JULY SALE LOTS OF BARGAINS FOR ALL I A. Macdonald (& Co. Pure Paris Green rtquired by Oovtrnmcftt I; J, JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. '4 TPr. C. W. Sandors of Magrnth, spent. Tuewlay in the city. * Mis� li. Tnylor of Talier is visiting Mrs. P. M. Cainfilx^ll. T. J. O'Hrion. of tho Ila.Ninontl Sugar Co. was in tlie oiti' on Mon -day. Jos. Ferguson, photogrnphor, of St, 'J^oimis. Out., was a Ijetlvtiri^lge vLsi'tor this wook. B. MH.Uoi-d, who has lieon visiiing his sis'ttT, Mrs, C, C. Oagg loft on Monrtoy for his homo in Toronto. A. M. Ornce, engin.'H'r 'in charge of the ditch worlv of tl\e Uohins Irri -fialion Co of Moilicino Hat is ii\ tho city. n. L. CoiK? of Montreal orrivorl in the city on Sunday night to occcpt o position as assistant cashier wiWi the A.K. & .1. T. O, .Jamie.son, Inspector for tho racific Klevator Co., was in the city on Monday on his way to the hou'th countr.%'. He .oplo are setting thcpacc in another particular. On Fri'day I*they n 1-0,to havo a strawberry festival with honie-grown strnwixsrrios, J, . I.), Calder of Winnipeg has bought out L. Pracht, who recently iicqiuired tho City Bakery. Mr. Cal -dcr inteml.s running a .strictl.v up-to-date lmker.\'. Wui. H. Ma.v, F.ngineer on tha M. C.n., .St. Thomas, Ont., who has lx!en \'isiting his ln-othe'r-in-law, W. .Ionian, Hvralil office, for the past ten days, left on Monday night for IJal'g'ar.w I'Jdmonton and tho coast. The Iiethl)riving their plant h.v tAe installation of a fiabcock and Wilcox vatei'tulw lio-iler, .sccurt�d in Glasgow, ScotlantI, The boiler was thoroughly tosted on Saturday an*! \iVO\-ed entirely stitisiiictory. Magrath is well represented at the Irrigatifrti Convention in Calgary yesteivlay am\ today. Their full quota including Levi Marker, Wm. Ackro.vd, S, H. Hnrrop, S. Matkins, W. Fors.vth,- C, Jenson, and O, Thoniipson i)a'sso3thbr'dge, on Tue.sdn.>'night to partorm the Nesbitt-Belchier marriage cerenwiny last evening. Gefj. Green of the J. D.,Higinboih-Htn ii Co. stud returned on Tuesday night after a throe weeks, visit, with his sister, Mrs. O'licory of Kalistiel, Mont. Mrs. W. D. Philips of New York State is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Smith. Mrs. Bmith.'s brother H. W. TMyilips and his wife um also vis- i't'ing her. Ulatch and Coons have on e.xhibi -! tion a jar of strawberries in alcohol which cannot lie 'beaten anywhere. [ , They are l^thhridge grown, coming from the garden of M. Frccmnn.. Mrs, G. H. .lohhNton and Master Fred, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. iThos. Mc.Ianct of Ottawa, Oni., left j'estci'drt* momir^ to sjiond a few weeks at the Ross Rnnche, Milk River, La.st Friday evening, the citizens of Itaymoiwl tendered E. S. Martin, mianager of the Bank of MoiititMil in that town, a banquet on the occas -ion of his going away to Medicine H'at to open, up a branch of the bank . in that city. I The Misses Rclcher gave a delightful infcrmal dance last Thursday evening at the R.N.W.M.P. recreai - ' ion rooms, which were tastefully decorated by the mon'of the force. A large nuntiier of the friends of the hostes.ses enjo.ved the dance. On Monday evenings at the recreation rooms of the Royal :Noi-th West Mounted Police Barracks, the bachelors of Lclhbridge'eittertained at a most pleasant: dance d ed on Sunday at the Cadet Camp. Some visitors got into the ramp without the regular pass, but wctc I unchallenged. Later, the police ca-,det8 arrested the trespassers and lodged them in tlie guard tent where they were kept for Vionsideraildc time. Mrs. Dunbar representing Bclding, Paul 4l Co,, silk manufacturers, is I creating o great deal of interotij. in j ladies' work in silk by her free les-jsons which she, is giving at the Hudson's Bay Co,'8 store. A great J numher of ladies aire tak'ing advnn - tage of the opportunity tc receive lessons in silk work. A. machine for dipping cattle has lieen brougtit to the city by its owner, Dr, Hcwe and is lioing fitted up j at the Lethbridgc Iron Works. By .the use of this machine the dipping process is simple and thorough. It is being taken out to the Little Bow , district for the use of the stockmen in that district. Rev. Harrison went West on Wednesday morning to Pincher City to confer abcut a new church for thait nm'bit'ious burg and on his return took part in the ordination of Rev. , H. Hnddon of Frank, which was held !�t Mac!eoect to, sec I�ihhrir rather, tttlilc-fellow. A service of a unique character character will be ,'icld in the Methodist Church next Sabbath morning. It will be children's day. The choral service will be led by the scholars of the Sunday School, the friends will I lie shown to their po�s by the .iun-I iors, your offerings will he received by them and they "lill occupy the place of honor in tho center of the church, accompanied by their teachers. Each child is iwiuastwl, if pos-sibl,9 ^9. l>riitK � wtall bomqueti of, fl^v'^ wfaicb will afterward be sent .to the hoHi>ital. B\ery i^illd is iu,-jvited and the older grown ai� nut I excluded. Come early and secure a K9,od seat, Mr. Harrison's c.ve�ing topic will foe tiQtei.v. '"Khe Best Dr, I,ang of Ta.ljcr was in the city on Montiay. R. V, Oiblions returned on Monday from Calgary. T. F. Iweflingwell of Warner spent Tuesday in the city. S. Payne an old Lothbritlge boy spent Tuesday in the city. K. O. Ila/jcll made a 'hu.s-inc.ss tri(> to Pcrnie on Friday and Saturday. J. S. Milne, the Claresholm real estate man, was in the city on Saturday. Mrs. J. Hamilton,of Rosebud, AIta is visiting her daughter Mrs. J. J. .John.ston. W. F. Bussell, the Talxsr real estate king, s|>cnt a couple days in the city this week. I'hilip Vilxjrt, inspector of the Union Bank of Canada branches spent Satui'day.in the city. Ernes't Cradduck left on Tuesday night for Chicago, Detroit, .Toronto and other eastern points. Miss Harris and Miss Nellie Harris Ipa^e shortly on a trip to the coast. Miss Harris recently returned home from Calgary. C. O. K. Nourse who is acting manager of the Canadian litink of Commerce in Calgary was home ovor Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Young and Mrs. Barton of .Spokane Wash., arrived in the city on Tuesday night to visit the for -mer's son, J. A. Young. Medicine "lint vs. Lelhbridge to -night at �.H0. The locals bi� plaj-ing great l>all and will proljnblyiake' the M'ad Hatters into camp. Fr�d Burton, of the Magrath Pioneer was in the city last week cn his way to the Winnifjcg Fair, where he will repi-escirt the tUon iia|>ers. D. Pelleiier brought two coyote pups from Grassy Lake 'the other day. Their sweat voices will soon regale the sluiniberers around the court house, H^ T, Baker of Lumeiden, Sask,, who has Ijeen a Lethbridge visitor, during the past week, the guest of Mr, and Mrs. C. V.^Bennett, returned home Sunday night. F, D. Shaw, the new collector of customs at Lelhbridge assumed his duties here on Monday, E, N, Barker being |>]laced in charge of the Cardston oflice, from' which Mr, ^aw has been promoted. Y\>stei^y afternyoniLevi Biyolto and Olive Jabes were united in marriage by the Rev. William ReJd. The cerenion>' was performed in the- study at the Baptist Tabernacle. Theyoung couple returned to their ranche on the Little Bow toointed inanager of the Raymond Branch. Mr. Clancy has very many friends here who will congratulate hiia on his promotion. Several presentations were made to Mr. Clancy prior to his I'saving Calgary. I'lie committee appointed by the Board of Tratks to deal v.'ith the securing of the Montana Buffalo herd, have written Hon. Frank Olii-ver. Minister of the Interior, ad -vancing the many good reasons that the herd should be placeaul, Minn.; SpringfWId, III.; Toronto, Ont.; and OLtaw�, Ont. Mrs. Buchanan will remain in Ontario until the i-tkI of Ootol)cr, but Mr. Buchanan will m-turn next month. WAVl'KD. General servant* wanted. .\pply to Mrs. J. W. Itawden, corner Court-land and Olyn Slroels. WANTED. A situation as l>ookk�>o|�er or other position of trust by an experienced man possessing highest r'el'oi'ericos. .\ddi-ess. F. J, D. Box :u;t, C'lty. 18-2.VI-8, BEDS SPRINGS MATTRESSES We are putting two cars of these goods in stock to-day. Beds from $5.00 to $75.00 Mattresses , $3.25 to $5.50 Springs , $2.50 to $19.00 BRODIE &-STAFFORD Have a Garden OF YOUR OWN, tmd if you nttedtjarden tools of gnjr detcrip'^ tion, otir Btock of gudeti aad fttm implements ig. complete, and em- . bnces th� beit, from tbe leadioK manofacturers. C. W. GRAY Tel. 66 Hardwara 1 o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.( xu.o ji.in.incQii�Hi& eo. Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance FOR SALE A 0-roomed cottaf^e, new, heatad, lighted and water connection, 5 minutes* wulk from post office, a snap at $1,800 A 7-momed house in first-class coodition, 1 acre of gfoimd.' Yours at...................................... 1;600 A small payment down is all we require on either of thasa properties. , A 5-ruom house and 4 acres laud, 1J miles north of city, 1,200 We also have resiiiential lots from |40 up to..........1,000 We have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot-2 lots -no better site in the city. i M. iiEi & COKYOEAKE BLOCK. STRAVED. Straivod frotB. Lethliifidge. heavy dark l>�y n:iire, Inumhil li k'ft .shoul s-t' dor, a left thigh. Yearling horse govt --6- left thigh, b^eA^pnre, light hay, white on face hnd feet J Y left shoulder. Ilennrd for return to f. w. r.owther. 11I i.sar. Silks in all shades Ponge Silk the favorite G. H. Johnston O. W. KERR CO. havfc opened offices in,the Oliver BiocK. - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on tha market. We liave also a ftw choice sections in Waraer distriot. T. S. MeKENZlE. Local Manager.