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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tho LeUbrlflge Daily Herald Edited by Phone 1052 All Canvas Shoes (LEATHER SOLES) ;V 20 per cent discount Barefoot Sandals 20 per cent discount Cotton and Lisle Hose 10 per cent discount Ladi es Silkette Hose L Ankles a SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Don Cupid is a marksman poor. Despite bis love dnd "kisses, For, while he always hits the mark He's always making Mrs. Miss E. J. Rylai Oct., aud Miss Mar of Toronto, 'are visij E. U. Rylauds, 609 of Iroquois, f-et Johnston, 'Mr. and Mrs. hlett St. Regular 3Sc Spedal 2 pair 45c W. J. Nelson Co. MOVING TO FORT GEORGE 1 thing and the hose sprinkling on the lawn can be seen on all sides. The new town watering troughs are [a greet boon. Some parties in this town _______ j bought a stallion two years .ago i which was eventually found could not Claresholm, July Mr. and be registered. The amount given for ,Mrs.- Krfc Moffatt, a son. _ the same was and a judgment "Ar Mr. and Mrs. j is out for part of this sum, mean- J." B. Boese, a daughter. j time the horse was seized, ipder the Tennis is now in active swing at i judgment the other day and sold for the courts belonging to the town., j and not being firm enough 'John Stange, one of the few surrive the operation of castration farmers who have ventured to breed died yesterday and was interred in graze a few-sheep here, reports j the town refuse ground. .fair bitterly bemoans i ________ .the depredations of coyotes. .In one! A'BOOST FOR THE HERALD lost 6 out of 40 lambs. Even j R, j_ of the Great shepherd boy was on the' saddleryCo.. Calgary, and president .Mr. Hen-dry, of Toronto, one of the supervisors of in that city has been visiting and Mrs. E. V. Kylands, 609 Bartlett street, for a few He is returning from a trip to the coast and led for the east yesterday afternoon. Mrs. W, A. Buchanan entertained two -tables of bridge last evening as i a courtesy .to Mrs. Goode's guest. i Mrs. Black, of Vancouver. The hon: ors were won by the honor guest and Mrs. J. 0. Wilson. Miss Lulu a student in the Toronto Collegiate and sisier of -Supt. A. Reid, arrived from the east Wed- nesday. and -will spend the remainder of 'the summer with Supt. and Mrs, Keid, ?25.00 was the splendid results from the sale of ice cream and cooling drinks served :by the ladies of West- -minster ctturch at -W. P. J. Alexan- der's Drug store yesterday afternoon and evening." The ladies wiho were kept busy looking alter the wants of tie niany customers were Mesdames Alexander. Gray. Bricker. Burgmann. Lytle and Miss Ethel Reding. o f the The A. MacDonald Go. is Going Out Clothing Business For Good Men's If we were w olock up our windows with printed canvas-If we were to give ten nr to an outside "sales hasher'Mf we were to throw out of our front door attached to it, .we would be compelled to close our door, for a sf goods, if we, would launch a so-called "sale- on the h thU store called upon these .four wanted to clean out this clothing stock of ours 'No need." said you to reduce the price; we will make big money for vau if you will place this safe in our hands; we will guarantee regular profits etc etc But th.s store does not do that kind of a business, and when we say the and Boys> and will .give the public the advantage of could be heard, this store would sound like day. Our windows are filled with remarkable .L FITRITE-AND PERFECTION SUITS IN THE WORLD. Men's Suits, to Higher Boys Suits To Sell As Low As Hurry A. MacDonald Company ceiving the -guests by Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Daniel, Miss Austin and. a bevy of young girls will .be che 'tea., room -as- sistants. During- the ev-ening there will be an impromptu musicale. Ev- ery member of the Wesley congrega- tion is invited and a special invitation be extended to the men. The "At Home" will be between the hours of eight and -ten: watch.' the wily: coyote secured his -.prey., .Mr. Stange finds it hard even with the gun to scare the wolfish sneak.., Once the coyote has filled his maw on the lamb he does not touch it again, but insists on having fresh zaeat, 'Demands are heard on all sides for oats to sell. Several from here have been up in the new country on .the G.T.P. line about -Fort George and intend mov- Tng up there, Amongst these is L. Hv-'Ugland, who has lately returned from Fort George. Now .that the water is in the mains gardens begin to look more like the of she A. Easron Co.r Ltd.. was in the ciir yesterday attending a meet- ing of the latter concern. Mr. Hut- tings had nothing further to an- nounce in regard -to the company's new .building here, and extension of business beyond what has already 'been given out. Speaking of .the Her- ald, he said he "was a regular reader and considered it one of the brightest .and newiesT dailies in the j .province. In -the. matter of cover-! This" evening at the. home1 of Dr. ing district ne-ws, he 'said in Ms op- j and Mrs. GaLbraith. Redpath street, inion. it was unsurpassed in either of j the members of Wesley congregation l will 'he entertained for .uhe benefit of the Women's Missionary Auxiliary. Mrs. Galbraith will .be assisted in re- _ i Miss- Mooney.' of Mayor to be married on the 27th of this month to Mr. i Belcher." manager of the Merchant's "bank of that town and Miss Boyd to Principal of the Lacombe Public school. ,It is to be a double wedding and the ceremony will take place at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs..J. Jack, of Owen Sound, Cnt, arrived in she city last evening and are visiting their sons L. S. and A, Jack. 42S Westminster Road. They will spend a week or ten days in Lrethbridge. 'Chen will visit and Edmonton before "return- in HALF A TOWNSITE QUICKLY SOLD Monday morniug, and by that even- ing quite number were patiently {waiting for 10 a.m. Tuesday. When the door at last opened there were .between 50 and 60 people waiting, Iri- j eluding several real estate men from I other towns. Highest order was maintained throughout the whole per- iod of waiting, and one- and all ex- i pressed entire satisfaction of the promptitude with which their appli- cations were dealt The sale was conducted by the Equity Trust and Loan C0., who are the local .agents for the C.P.R. Land. Department in Carmangay and Cham- pion. Carmangay, July opening day of the sale of the townsite of i Champ ion, yesterday, resulted in a j very successful way, practically half of the property being sold within a few hours, the "bulk of.it to business men who are already erecting their buildings or moving their original ones from the old townsite. The first position at the door of !the offices where the sale took place, j was -taken up in the early hours of W'HY KING'S .EXECUTION .HAS BEEN DELAYED Edmonton, July execu- tion was .postponed from today until August 2r owing to the fact that the j evidence in his -case -has not been j'taken under advisement toy .the Gov- ernor-GeneraHn-Council. There is no suggestion that he will be -repriev- ed. It is even said chat he has made a .confession although this cannot be confirmed. CITY AVILL WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR L. E. W. Irving, secretary of the Provincial' Board of Health has writ- -ten the city of Lethbridge enclosing a copy of a resolution passed -at a meeting of ;the board on Friday, the 15th; last., which strongly advises all municipalities contemplating the 'in- stallation or extension of sewage pur- ification plants to await the next session of the legislature, when.the board hopes to have money _voted for the live earth hod system advocated by Provincial Sanitary Engineer Ow- ,ens.. The, resolution extends indefin- itely the period of notification, name- ly, Dec. 3lst, 1910, when .municipal- ities were to hare systems installed, and goes on to say that the question _ of sewage purification is passing a state.of transition, all the old systems now in use being regard- Jed by sanitary authorities as fully short of giving anything like a safe j standard of purification, and are practically condemned.' In the face of the above cornmuni- it; is extremely unlikely that will attempt to install the proposed purification plant -this year. SONS OF ENGLAND TO ORGANIZE AT MACLEOD At a meeting held for bhe organiza- tion of a lodge of the Sons of Eng- land Society at Macleod, thir- I ty-five -put in their applications'for j membership. These with numerous others who have expressed their in- tention of joining make a total of about fifty Charter members. Offi- cers were elected and arrangements pmade for the institution of -the new lodge at an early date. SIR WILFRID WILL OPEN REGINA FAIR Regina. July 'has been received