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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY SALE LOTS OF BARGAINS FOR ALL A. Macdonald (& Co V, H. Shcptml tvlurned to Calgary on Wwlnesdny. I), O WhMe of Medicine Hat won in the city on Tuesday. KOU SALIC-A handsome secretary A snap for quick sole. Apply The Horn Id office. At 'Mm Huptist Tnfocrnaclo on Sunday Hcv. Wm. Held wilt conduct thu usuol services. The Misses llohson of Winnipeg, are visiting at Iho home of Mr. and Mm. Belcher. 1*. H. ftelcner of Edmonton arrived in the city on Monday to attend Hie marriage of his niece Inst owning. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. l*iorce and family, llompns St,, left on Tuesday for their ranche at llrook's Station. Ilev, l)r. Cartnlchael of Winnipeg, emtio to l.rthl>ridge on Tuewkiynlght to inrforn'. the NesWtt- Belcher miir-ringe ceremony last evening. fleo. Orecn of the .1. D. .HigiMioth-nm & t'o. staff returned on Tuesday night after a throe weeks, visit with his sister, Mrs. O'l/cnry of Kalis(iel, Mont. | Mrs. W. I). Philips of New York-State is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A, Smith. Mrs. Itmith's brother II. W. Philips and his wife are also visiting her. Hutch and Coons have on exhihi -lion n Jnr of strnwtorrics in alcohol which cannot lie tieaten anywhere. They ore ljclhlirklge grown, coming Krwninn., Dr. lent a couplo days in the city this week, j Philip Vilxu-t, inspector of the Union Dank of Canadu branciies spent Saturday in. (he city. Krnwt (,'t-addock left on Tuesday night for Chicago, Detroit, Toronto anridgw to -from the garden of M. Freeman.. (|t , iw .|lK, ,1C||||| U1V p,By Mrs. tl. H. .fohnston and Master jng gr,,nt |mn ,n(| will prolmblylake Fred, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. .t|K, M-nd Hatters into cattifi Thos. Mel allot of Ottawa. Ont., left 1 BEDS SPRINGS MATTRESSES We arc 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 ii few Milk Pure Paris Green ' � ' Guaranteed ttrenfth required by Government J. J. JOHNSTON  * Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. f IV. C. W. Sanders of Mugruth, spent. Tuesday in the city. Miss ].. Taylor of Tabur is visit -ing Mrs. I\ M. Cnmpliell. T. .1. O'llrien. of the RAyiiHind Sugur Co. was in the city on Man -day. .los. Ferguson, photographer. of St. Thomas, Ont., was a lA-thbiidge visitor this week. 11. Ml.lford, who hits lieen visiting his sister. Mrs. C. r. t'r.igg left on Monday for his home in Toronto. A. M. Crnee. engin.vr in chart?' of the ditch work of the Itohins Irri -cation Co of Medicine Hut is in the cily. It. L. Co|h> of Montreal arrived in the city on Sunday night to accept a position as assistant cashier with the A.M. & I. T. fl. .lainieson, Insjiector for the PncJflc Klevntor Co., was in tho city on Monday on his way to the south country. He s. on Iturdett St. valued at *,->S�)0. Mrs. I. M. I'leree, ivsldence on London lliaid SJ.20O and Mrs. \V. Oliver, residence i�) St $1,000. IMnin washing wanted. Apply to liox K. Herald Office. Walter Hoss. Hi.. Milk River rancher vns in the city on Tuesday. I>r. (). .1. Court itv leturiii'd on Friday iiioining from a walk's trip to Kdmontott. A. ForU's of Culgpiry isisscil throtiKh the city Tuewilny night on his wuy In Nelson. Rev. A. M. Cordon nlumed on Friday morning from a trip to the east and occupied his pulpit on Sunday. . MrS-. "H. fl. (loode, of Winni|ieg, who with Mr. floode, has lnvn spending n couple of weeks in Ijuthbrttlge U'A Sunday night for Rgimi. Mngruth |n'ople are setting th�.pnre in another particular. On FrWhiy �they are,to have a strawberry fes -tival with hoiiK-grown strawberry's. .1.  I j. Calder of \Vinm|ieg has bought out I. I'raelit. who rei^-mly ac � IMinonton and the coast. The IjelhhridKe I'.lecl ric Ci mpaliy are impro\ inij their plant by the installation of a I'.ahcock and Wilcox V alert lll�e boiler, secured in (ilas-gow, Seollund. The boiler was thoroughly tested on Saturday nod proved entirely satisfactory. Magrath is well represented nt the Irrigation Coinention in Calgary .Nes-teixlay and today. Their full quota including Ia/\ i Ibuker. Wm. i Aekro.vd. S. II. Ilarrop, S. Mntkius, 1 W. Forsyth, t". .leiis-n, ami (!. | ThoiiHison pa'ss,sl through the city ' |ju,)S(m's on Tuesilay on their way to Col- I gary. yeslerdn-y morning to spend weeks nt the Ross Hnnchc, 111 for. I^ist Friday evening, the citl/^ns of Raymond tendered K. 8. Martin, manager of the llnnk of Montreal in that town, a l>an a delightful irrfi mini dance Inst Thursday evening at the R.N.W.M.I'. ivcrcot -ion rooms, which were tastefully decorated by the men of the force. A large num4ier of the friends of the hostesses enjoyed the dance. On Monday evening at the recreation rooms of the Royal North West Mounted I'olice Rarracks, the Imch-jelors of Ixrthbridge entcrtain�sl at a most pleasant dance giv�-r� in honor uker mil no doulit will have a large atidlen 'e. Considerable amusement was afford ed on Sunday at the Cudet Camp. Some visitors got into the cump without the regular ihiss, but wete I unchallenged, l-ater, the police ca-jdets arrested the iivsimssers ami jUKlged them in the guard tent where, they were kept for yjonsiderable time. Mrs. Punbor representing Holding, Paul ft Co., silk manufacturers, is creating a great deal of Interest in ladies' work in silk by her free lessons which she. is giving nt the Itay Co.'s store. A great nunnier of ladies are taking ad van -tnge of tho opportunit.x to' receive lessons in silk work. it YourHardwood Floors To look right most be treated right It. U a very simple matter to properly" care for them, if you use JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX, the most satisfactory and reliable preparation for finishing,and polishing floors, furniture and woodwork. It produce* ao artistic lasting polish to which dust and dirt will not adhere. It brings out the natural beauty of Ihe wood and preserves it. It prevent* heel marks and scratches from showing and will not crack, blister or peel off. Because Johnson's t Prepared Wax A Comflrtt rinUk ami Poliih for All W�o4" ' aaataiai mora polishing was 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 telling wax in the world. For furniture, woodwork, oil cloth and liaolaun it is unequalled. Try it and see. JOHNSONS PREPARED WAX is sold and recommended by Prompt Dalivtry Telephone 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd, Wholesale and Retail. A machine for dipping cattle lieen brought to the city by its owner. |)r. Howe and is tsung lilted up at the Ijpthhridge Iron Works. Hy the use of this machine) tho dipping process is simple and thorough. It is lieing taken out to the Ivlttle How district ! for I he u.S4> of tho stockmen in that district. Hev. Uurrlson went West on Wednesday morning to Pinchcr City to confer about n now church for that ambitious hurg and on his return took part in the ordinution of Kov. II. Ilnddon of Crank, which was held at Macleod. The Hev l>r. Itiddell. President of the Conference, eonduet- ' ed the ordination ami (uvsiehtvl the sermon. F. nodaworth. the nil knowifcul-( K�ir,V journalist, is in the city on u .commission for the Calgary Herald. We expect to, sec l/Mhlirrrtgo loom up large In that Journal in tho near future. Mr. Vtodsworth can tell heart rendering stories on his ex -j parlances of sleeping two on a talile with a kicking bed or rather table-fellow. A son ice of a uui. Ilols'ins," and was well handled by the Literary Vice-President, Mr. tl. lb Austin The Ijeague will Is? in charge of the missionary department next Monday evening. W. A. Iltichnnnn. Provincial Librarian, lOdmonton. was ia the city i yestertlay afternoon. He left on the i night train for the east, U'iog join- | ed ut Medicine Hut by Mrs. Huchiin- ! an. Mr. Iliichnnan while away will inspect Ihe government libraries at Madison Wis.; St. Paul, Minn ; Springfield. Ill ; Toronto, Out.; and Ottuwii, Ont. Mrs. Huchunnu will ii'inaln in Ontario until the end of Ontolier, but Mr. Uucliaiiun will n--turn next month. Have h, Garden OF YOUR OWN, and if you titled garden toola of any description, our stock of garden and farm implements ia complete, aud em- . bntcea tha beat from the leading manufactureT. C. W. GRAY Tel. 66 Hardware i U.Q.' JXXu.O O.O.OTO.O.O (XU.O.i ulu.i Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance FOR SALE A o-roomed* cottage, new, beatad, lighted and water connection, 5 minutes' walk from post office, a anap at f 1,'IOQ A 7-roomed house in tirst-class condition, I acre of ground.' Yours at......................................1,600 A small payment down ib all we require on either of these properties. % A house and I acres laud, lh miles north of city, 1,200 We also have residential lots from $10 up to..........1,000 Wt� have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot-2 lots - no better site in the city. I [evening by has t|le subject W.Wl'KU. Oenernl servant* wanted. Appl.v t" Mrs. .1. W. Iluwdeu. corner Court land and SlnvtH. w.WTicn. A situation as lHi�klthluridgp. heavy dark bay mure. Inauiltsl l; left shoul S.-7 tier, 'i left thigh. Yearling horse coll -(I- left thigh, hlgpd^yuM'e. light ba.v, white on faco hml feel .1 Y left, shoulder. Howard for return to P. \V. Lowther. 1 1 I IS 2.' O. W. KERR CO. have openeil offices in the Oliver Bloch, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come uml see tho famous Magrath land, now on the market. Wo have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manafer. ;