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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta in ft' MUTT-1 *��������..............�...................�.....II.............. JULY SALE LOTS OF BARGAINS Tito*. H, Woolfoixl of ('aMnlon spent. Wednesday in Iho oily. Mm. K. T. Saunders of Vlncher, Orcck In sperMllnjr a short time In the city. O. White, �ot> of Nov, O. .f. Coitl  ter While, Hpent. a few days visiting friends In the cli.v. Mih. II. M. Cherry of Calgary, who has lieen vlHltlng Mrs. Ilelclvor, iv -tucnod home on Hnturday. fas. Na.vlor of TYunk, fortncrl.v of the Co-operative Store stwff of thin city, h| . Il.vlands en route home from the (.'oast. It. II. tlennctt of Oivlgory, the C. IMI. aolleHor was 'in the city yes- It r\ ami Mrs. Uecve relnrmul from llwlr Inlp to Yellowstone I'tirk anil the Coaat on Wednesday. ttitm It. K. Itarriaon Is in CnVgary attending the AllupKn Provincial Sumlay School Convention. Tho Supni'iniLcnaent of the Holt Telephone construction, H. A. C. l.'horiyiullc, wan in the city on Tuesday. A shod on the ol' one of the staff were married at the home of the bride's father, llev. John I.uyeoek, Qu'Ap |H.'lte, Mask. While in the eHy yesterday, 1'r. ilaim>s Mills of Clue I ph. one of the railway coimn'issloners, whs entertained l>y old (luelph friends, .1. |i. and B. V llijL>'inbothnm ami l�. It. Mrs. (!eo. Itogera and Mrs. II. Mac- I " Mackay I A l/?lhbr:dge contingent went out to Cardston on Monday morning's Ira*, for the sittings of the Supreme |^th dance on lues Court on Tuemtay. Among the nam- ,rook lloraUI. Comhu-tors 1). Hopkins. [�'. Ix-i-e transferred to I^eLhliridge.-("ran  brook Herald. Mrs. F. T. Collins nrri\n I'ri �lny morning from Itegiim to join her hiiKbnnil, V. T. Itobins i>t' the I lorn Id PresK Dapartment. Mrs. fleo. Itronner is in the city visiting with old friemls uud thnl go�Ml I idy has a host of them in this city where she is so woll known.- Cranbrook IleraVl. Mr. nnd Mrs. llongc of Sioux City. Iowa." are visiting their daughter. Mrs. C. (!. IC. .Vourse. Mr. Ilooge went to Sioux City forty-nine years ago, when it contained only three hundntl |ieo|ile. He ws-s n grout ful-uro for HimiUir snmll towns in West-era Cunada. Summer Specialties. Lime Juiot;. (Jrai* Jtiice. lino's Fruit Suit 13�(H'imni'ti KtTervfaaiug Saline H.'nlth Salt, in 25c. tins I'titaric Aeitl Citric Afitl SparkUt Sypliotm Sparklut Uullm Bull's Euglibh Oilier B��er Hire's Root Ueor, &c, Jfec. J. D. Higinbotham & Go. F�nily and Dispensing Chonuats t*l�in wiisliinn wjintt'd. Apply to Box K. Hi-raltl Offiw. VtMl SM.I''- A handsome secretary A snap for i\�W\ent h most enjoyable time.  llev. .1. M. HtarriNon's subject for get out W Cardston to 0|>en court \ ^ ^ Tuesday morning on account o the wJ|| |w. Morning^..Ch,.i)ft.s train from tho e,.at having Mini to !,Co|ldHion of I)iNl.iple.shlp. Bvenlng "Pharaoh's t)ueslion, that of the 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 Have a Garden OF YOUR OWN, and if you need gtrdeu tools of any description, our stock of garden and farm implements is complete, and embraces the best front tbe leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY Tel. m Hardware connect on sch�lul�l time. Another argument lor an independent western train scrv'lop. I I). .1. Whitney brought int>f Mrs. Messi>r and Mr. 1''ltwood, fath er t,l .1. II. Plei'two,�i| of this rit.\. M��.'tings of the Teiii|s*ranee anil Moral Iteform league will be held on Krhlay. The afterm on uavting will l�r ml-livssi-d b.v !{.�. tj. (!. Webber of lunisfail. provincial secretary of the IjMigue and will U' devi.ted chiefly to matters of organization. Mr. WeUber will be the principal sjieiiker in the evening. S|h Mibnviitisl to the Secretary- Several of the berries measured over TriMsurer by August l.Vili. Size seven inches in circumference. The �u�t larger than H.\M. Council to \*a berries tn�tc na large as they metis-the jiKlge. ,ure. lx>tW>ridge t*rrle� will net the .ImlBP Ibvnton of l-Vs^nden S.U .standard. ^ Jn A ^ one df ihe 1-nding lepfal lights of | ], order to provide accommodat -' ituro that .stale was In the city this week jon fnr dclogatcaattowllng the meet- looking over some of Southern Al- inK of the Grand Lodge. l.O.O.F. on , mPrtJns ofUh, Sot.iolv in Hw ncill. leita's wtn'at lands. Like every oth- August 5th to Tth, (Mdfellows hav ing vacant noma will confer u fav Twentieth Century and Christ's An -swer." Mr. Bowen. the tvpivseotative of th� Canirtla HHilc Society was tn tlw city on Monday and addressed a iwvtiTig in Knox churchf Hie is touring the province to feel the mind of the various bivinchiw with ivgoivl to establishing a provincial brunch of was tn favor of such a steji. I'resUlent .1. 1). IMglnbotlmm willcull er man who knows ugood thing, .ludge Itrenton wus much impressotl or l)V notifying Wm. Oliver, A. Xiv- with the value of this -district. Mr. aitd Mrs. ltuchnnan have gone eost for en ext�'iulee sent in this week if possible. I future to discuss the work j Society here. "The Pr-kle of Xew York Co of the ! under the |>crsonal direction of Mr. Young opened opera house with the tlie is ..... Mr. ! Chns. I.. Young who is one of the test known theatrical managers in The Clnresholm ncview in writtngithe (: s up the dedication o| the New St. j j{oss]nn,| ter's wed.nn� is t�. mke place, about Adam's Church in that town any* in ' r0luml>i� OjKM-n Companv a number the fliwt of Septeiober. Mr Buch - part; The evening service at 7:�0 p. I ' llev. J. S. Chivers, A. K. C. [ son um,e|. thc ,liiwti,m ,)t Mr ^ung U,.v K T l-'ox of Toronto. Ont.. Hceior. I^tlvbridge, was very much wno ,ms Ywn assoc(ule. ��nd now general talk on th- Church and church lite; p|y?1crH . W(l(jh 0, A,lg ,UJl ^ ^ on. Uo.tis, Chuivh of lOasteru Can- �f o new congregation H will >lic long |y , ,ow ,t(>w.|ls 0|) l|w C|xws Scsl ,.re,.lKHl in the llaptist Talxr- rMneiiAored by those who heard It . on SuikIu>- night. f)n Monday fl.m.mcoine biwhich ecuting attorney for Macon County j lie has a heavy interes-i He returned Is visiting Ms brother-in-law, C. II. j i.n Monday nii;ni BanUil. Mrs. Dunham and their two Wesley ^i1*'1^1 accompanied hlni. Mrs. Walker who is Mrs. Daniel's mother is as they liml� for Seattle on Aug. The chililivi's service at Church on Sunday morning was most, enjoya-hle. The church was profusely deeor.i'ti'il with (lowers, singing of canaries accompanied all tlw exercises. A large congregation, including th�> Sunday SWkkiI listi-ned 1imc t,,e other day. lie says nttelH l\ely to the pastor's intereM in;itiarks on the char aeter-biiilding of youth. Your Hardwood Floors To look right must be treated right. It. is a very simple matter to properly" care (or them, if you use JOHN* SON'S PREPARED WAX, th� moss satisfactory and reliable prep* aration lor finishing and polishing floors, furniture and woodwork. It produces an artistic lasting polish to which dust and dirt will not adhere. It brings out the natural beauty of the wood and preserves it. It prevents keel marks and scratches from showing and will not crack, blister or peel off- Because also in tho itarty. Two years ago while the Mr' "u,,ni,n* purchased through Mr. Daniel, eight hundred acres near -Coaklulo. which he ��*' 'or the first that the land and the crops execoderi all �thul was said about them anil tar exceeded his expectations. On Monday. Messrs. Dunham and Daniel purchased W II. Virtue's improvod irrigated farm four miles south-east of Lethbridge. | Brandon, Man . Daily "Sun" June 27, says: Clever company pleaaod 1 crowd. The Pride of Xew York company produced tho musical comedy, ,"The Girl From Frisco" at tho op PAH1.1AMKNT IS CAU.V.D. Saturday's issue of the Canadian tttuvtte contains a proclamation calling parlianvnt 1n nwet on Xovem her It.-This is in accoixlance with the e.iipresseS00 A 7 roomed house in first-class condition, 1 acre of ground. Yours at......................................1,600 A small payment down is all we require on either of these properties. A o-rooiu house and 1 acres laud, 1^ mileB north of city, 1,200 We also have residential lots from $40 up to., 1,000 There is onl.V one little letter be lawn �>i�H'ii|ii'tion and perulal ion We have a choice business property lit 2,000 per lot-2 lots - no better site in the city. i \ Johnson's Prepared Wax "A Compht* rinUh and JtolfeA for Alt WooJ" eoatains more polishing was to the pound and of the best quality, it produces the best, most lasting sanitary finish and polish with the least effort and is the largest selling was io the world. For furniture, woodwork, oil cloth and linoleum it is unequalled. Try it and see. JOHNSON'S PREPARED WAX ia sold and recommended by Prompt Delivery Telephone 31 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. OUR LETTER BOX. 1 To the IJeliever in Canadian IlenuU: rk'ar Sir.-f just received the fol-era house lust evening to a gtod siz- ! lowing wire from the Chirngo Tri -'ed audience, and those present were bum?: exceedingly well pleased. Tho plafi \ ,.w n j is n. mix up of comwly und fun,which j keot the #udionrc in goixl humorfrom IK)l>t)in, Ijetlrhriilge. AlU-rla. start to finish. .Mr- Frank llarcoiirl 'as tho honewt detective made a hit | nnd had many reeulla for his clever comedy. Spec in I mention might he I miide of Mr. Chas. Foreman und Miss Irene Lnng