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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY SALE LOTS OF BARGAINS FOR ALL A. Macdonald (& Co. Noyes ONTARIO GRAPE JUICE Unarant�e(l pure 3 bottleb - for $1.00 J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. A. L. PosU?!- left Momlay night iV^si ten days' ti-ip to North I>iikola U. S. HotvhkJHS of Claresholm, lic-vnnc^ ins|X!otor, was in^ the oily or. I'lkluy. Mrs-. U. O'Hhgan ami 'dftutfh'ter tf "lAfthbritlge, nro visiting Mr. oiwl Mi's. J. N. Neilsoti.-Cranljrook IluraWl. ComliU'tors 1>. Hopkins, F. V. IXiv-ics and A. .r. lliilinwt have Ik'hb translorrwl to Lothliritlgi'.-Cran -brook Horalfl. Mrs.' F. T. nobiiiN arrived on Fri -day morning from Kcgina to joia her huAlmnd, F. T. HoWn.s ol' the Horn Id PresB T>apttrtmont. Mrs. Geo. Brennor is in the city vi.sitiflg with old friends and that good l.icly 'has a host of them in thi.s city Whore she is so well known.- Cranbrook ITcral,'!. Mr. and Mrs. Uooge of Sioux City, lowu," are visiting their daughter, Mm. C. G. K. Vourse. Mr. Jlooge went toSiou.x Oity forty-nJno years ego, yihen it conlainwl only three hundred people. lie sees a gront future for similar .snitill towns in Western Canada. Summer Specialties. Lime Juice. Grape Juice. Eno's Fruit Salt Beecham's Etferveasing Saitno Health Salt, in 2bc. tins Tataric Acid Citric Acid Sparklet JSyphons Sparklet Bull^ BuH'a English Ginger fieer Hire's Root Beer, &c., &c. J. D. Higinl)otliam & Co. Feniiy and Diepenaing Cbemiata Mrs. \V. C. Sininicns and children are staying at Kngl,ish Buy Itotiih, Vancouver, B. C, for the re.'Jt of ihc. Kuniimr. A. M. Shaver, undertaker of C'�l,-Sary. was in the city on Friday con-iluct'ing Mie funeiinl cf the late Afj's^. Tiffin. A. C. Mvsscr ivftirmjcl on .Siin(la,\'-nrorninii; from a thruc months' 1im|> to the oUl country. Ho wns acciiiii-panied by Mc. Atkinson, lather iif Mrs. Messcr and Mr. Fleetwood, fatli er of .1. H. Fleetwood of this cil.v. Meetings of the Toniiwi'.Tnco and Moral Reform League will hold on Friday. The aftcrncon meeting will 1* adJrossecl by Hsw tary of the Liaague and will be devf.tod chief-l.V to matters of organizntitm. Mr. WoWber will he the principal s;Joaki'r in the evenrng. Special music will hu given by Miss Smith, Miss Towi'll, Mr. Kilnor and others. Both meetings will be held in Wesley church. All inleTOstwl aiv cordially invited to attoml. t*lain wasliiut; wantetl. Apply to Box K. Herald Office. FOll SALFi-A handsomfl ancretnry A snap for quick sale. Apply The Herald olflce, Alderiiiian C. i\. Bowmnn oHers a prize of twonty-five dollars for the l�?sl design of a "Coat; of Arms" tor the City of Letlvbri'dge. All iki.signs io lie submiil'lod lo the Scewtary-Ti'oasui-er by Augu.s-t lilh. Size not larger than S-xS. Council to bo the jiKigc. .Hidge Brenton of Fos-senUcn, N.D., one of the Leading legal Ugftts of that state was in the city this week looking over some of Southern Al-lei-trt's wlK>at lands. Like ever.y other man who knows agood thing, Fudge Urcntoii was much imprcss^l with the value of this district. Mr. awl Mrs. Buchanan ha\e gone ��n9t foran e.vtronto. Ont., foriiu'rl.\' piiHtor of the First BapOi-st CJiuicli. lOi'ie, I'a., and now genei'nl triwsurLT of the miissioreary funds of tJio H.'ipf,i.s-t Church of ISastern Can-5ida, prpachi:�d in the B�|rti.>}t Tabernacle on SviiKlay niglvt. ()n Monday he visited tlw? IMamond miine inn-biuh he has a heavy intiM-es-t. He returned on Monday nigfct. The civilflivn's service at Wesley Church on Simmarks on the character-build ing of youth. Your Jiardwoodi Floars To look right mutt b� treated right. It. is  very eimple setter to properlf^ care for them, if yon use JOHN* SON'S PREPARED WAX, the most satisfactory and reliable prep* aratioa for finishing and polishing floors, farniture and woodwork. It _ prodnces aa artistic lasting polish to which dast aaddirt wilt not adhere. It brings out the natural beauty of the wood and preserves it. It prevents heel marks and scratches from showing aad will act crack, blister or peel oS. Because Johnson's Prepared "A CompM* Mtf rolUh /or All Wood' fleataiaimofepoUshiagwaxtotheponadaad of the best quality, it prodacae the best, most lastiag saaitary finish aad polish with the least effort and is the Ufgest selliag was ia. the worU. Fo( faraitttre. woodvtork, oil cloth aad ' liaoleam it is unequallod. Try it and see. JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX is sold and recommended by Prompt Dtlivtry Ttto^hoM 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. Thos. H. WooUonl of (Jartlston .spent Wednesday in the city. Mr�. E. T. Snundars of Pinchcr, Creek is spending a short t'lme in the cit.v. G. White, son of Hov. G. .1. Coul -ter White, spt^nt e few da.vs visiting friends in the city. Mrs. H. M. Cherry of Ca�gary, who has tjeon visiting Mrs. Belcher, re -turned home on Saturday. .las. Naylor of Frank, fortnierly of the Co-oiJerative Store .stetflf of this city, si-ent Sunday vith old friends here. A lBr�e numlier of Oardston poo  pie went through the city on Tues -day no the'ir way baek^fron* 4*e Win.-nijK-g Pair. I Mi.ss Margaret Jchnstone of To ronto i� visiting her sister Mr.^. K. U. RylanUs en route honie from ll�e Coast. B. B. Ilennott of Oi\Jgory. the C. PR. solicitor was in the city yesterday attending the Hcssion of the Railway Cctnnfiss'ion. W. E. C�thels of Skeiitli and Cath-cls returned to the city on Monday night after amonth'H absence in Cal gary and other points. Al. Whitney of Kipp, was la the I city on Sfcnday. (or the first time since hi.s injury last month when a toad of lumlter felt on hint. j K. Oxiand will, start his �*vimiT�ing cla.sses again this week. Ito.v's wishing to take lessons will nneet at Mr. jOxland's house at ' o'clock Friday evening. I A I>;thbr:dg� contingent went out to Cardston on Mowlay morning's ' train for the sHtinSB of the Suprctno j Court on TucMlay. An^ong the num-1 her wove Sheriff Young, Court Re -porter Powell, L. M. Johnstone ami W. ?. Sinunons. I Mr. .lust'ice Harvey was unable to j get out tc.i Cardston to open court Tuesday morning on account of the train from the east having failed to connect on schedulod time. Ancihcr argument for an independent western train service. ! B. .1. Wihitnoy brought into the of-flce on Tuesday a aainplp of the atrawhcrriofl he is raising on Msfarni Several of the berrhis measured over seven inches in circumteiencc. IMie bcrrwB taste as taiige as, they meas- ,urB. Tjcthff)'rith, Oddfellows hav  ing vacant rcoms will confer a favor by notifying Wtn. OH\vr, A. Niv-on, B. Pipes or C. V. Dennett. Not -ices should lie sent in this week if possible. I Tlie Clancstiolm Ileview in writing up the dedication of the Now St. Adam's Church in that town eaya in part: The evening service at 7:S0 p. . m. was larffaty attended and well conducted 'thi'oughout. 'Ifta sermon by Rev. J. S. ChJvers, A. K. C. Rector, Lethbridge, was very much appreciated. It was a plain srraight talk on th3 Church and churt* life and directed as it was to memlKrs of a new congrpgia>tion it will >be long rememtjonod 'by those who hoard it. j S. S. Dunham of-Uacon, Mp., prosecuting attorney for Macon County is visiting his brother-in-lav, C. Jl. Daniel, Mrs. Dunham and their two ohiWron accompanied him. Mrs. Walker who is Mrs. Daniel's mother is also in the party. Two ycatts ago Mr. Dunham purchased througti Mr. Daniel, eight hundivcl acres near re.seT>tati>e of the Canada Bible Society was in tha city on Monday ami addressed a mostiaig in Knox churchf He is touring the province to feel the roind of the various branches with regaixl to ffijiablishing a provincial branch of the Society in Aliberta. The .Society here was in favor of suc>h a step. PresidGiirt .1. D. Higinbotham willcall e meetiing ofltha Society in the near futuiY! to discuss the wcuk of the Society here. "The Pride of New York Co." is under the personal direction of Mr. Chas. L. Young wi>o is one of the be�t known theatrical managers in the U. S. Mr. Young opaned the Rossland opera house >wit.h tlie Colunvbia Opera Company a number of ,>-ears ago. This company played Nelson at the same season. The �'WiiaixJ of Oz" was touted last season under the direction of Mr. )*oung who has hoen associated with metrop olitiun attractions all his ^ifc. This present company opens in Seattle. Wash., on Aug. -Hh and can play only a few towns on the Crews Nest as they Iwite for Seattle on Aug. 2 from Nelson, B. C. jcra house last evening to a gcod siz-^ed audience, and those praseat were exceedingly well pleased. The plafi I is a mix up of comedy and fun,which , kept tlie �udionco in good humorfroin start to fteiish. Mr. Frank Harcourt I as the honest detective made * hit I and had many rii'alls for his clewr comedy. Special mnntion might he I made of Mr. Chas. Foi�man and Miss Irene Langford. Their singing wa* i of the very besii, in fact, the ainging jO{ the vholo comimny was good. I The play is well staf^t and together with the pretty costumes of the chor-u.ses and the special scenery nwko it the very hest^t tract ion of this character that has e\-er pla.wd Brandon. The marriage of Mr. Robert Jcncs, C.E., to Miss .lean T.vnor, fornnorly of Proscott, Ont., took placa very f|Uiotiy yesterday afternoon at All Saints' Church, Hev. II. A. Gray vl-ficiatiflg. The bride was attended by I Dr. Kate Muck^y Mackenzie, and the groom by Mr. A, J. Archibald, cousin of the liride. The bride wore a !�- I coming travelling gown of pale gray chiffon broadcloth, with lace. Iiodioe (and pale gra.v Iwt trimmed with blue. After the wedding ceremuny the bridal party partook of a dinner at the Al^rta Cafe, Mr. and Mrs.^ Jones leaving by Ihe 9 o'cljock train for Saskatoon, where Mr. .tones' had<|UaKerK, as divisional engineer of the G.T.P. are situal'C*!. Owing to the official duties the grpomi tltu honeymoon trip ia deferred until the Autumn, when Mr. and Mrs. Tones will apend some months in Europe. -Sdmonton Bullotln, Jul;v 16. PARLIAMENT IS CALLED. Saturday's issue of the Canadian ClUzettc contains a proclamation calling parliament to meet on Novem her 14.-This is in nccoixlancc with the expressed wish of the house to tOifal in the.aittunm. so as to permit of�prorogation early in the spring. There is only one little letter between .sjjeculntion and (icculation. 1 I^OUK LETTER BOX. To the Believer in Canadian Bcaut,\; Bear Sir.-I just received the following wire from the Chicago Tri -hune; "W. R. DoWrin, Ijothbridge, .\llwrta. "Concerning slander on Canadian girls, we wish to state/that thii compositor got the genders mixed. " This telegram explains, it all. Youf.s, 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 Have a Garden OF YOUR OWN, and if you need garden tools of any deacrip^. tion, oar stock of garden aad farm; implements is eomplete, and embraces the best from the leadinf;^ mannfactnrers. C. W. GRAY Tel. 66 Hardware Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance FOR SALE A 5-roomed cottage, new, heatad, lighted and water connso-tion, 5 minutes' walk from post office, a snap at 91,300 A 7-roomed bouse in firat-class coic(ition, 1 ecre of ground. Yours at...................................... 1,600 A small payment down is all we require on either of thaaa properties. A 5-room house and 4 acres land, 1^ miles north of city, 1,20Q We alto have residential lots from 140 up to.......... 1,000. We have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot-2 lots -no better site in the city. iM. CONYBEAKE BLOCK. W. R. BOBBIN, In HILL'S HALL TO-NICHT! The Bright and Sparkling Musical CJomeily- THE GIRL FROM FRISCO Exceptionally Clever Comedians Beautifully Costumed Choruses Pretty GIRLS with lienuty. Clever OIRL8 with voice. Dancing GIBL8 with grace, See the famous "Broadway Girls" Chorus. Uunti Scits 11.00 Ccncnl A4nlsiifii 7Sc. ind SOc. Plan at Higinbotham'a drug store. |]iiia,MiiiSis'&Cliilita Coats hriviHl G. H. Johnston O. W. KERR CO. havfe opened offices in the Oliver Bloch. RQom .3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat^aiMfi Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market;;; We have also a few clioice sections in Wamer district. T. S. McKENZIE. Ueal Mmctr. ill iil 1241 ;