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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LET US YOU FIGURE ff If you are figuring on building, or making some repairs, arid ;can't figure oirf just the amount of material it will take and how much it will cost you, come in and let iis help you with it. No matter what you want in prices before buying. Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 YHR Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 Yards at Lethbrldge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island High Klver Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet TATTOOED-BY-LIGHTNING, Geneva. July "Lehmann, a welttCHlo farmer, was returning home to village -I'hwgolve) --when a 'thun- he-was-struck -by .lightning. His pankma, collar, suit ..'and boot? ;were: burnt on the; left sMfc, on right he touched Lehmann was found senseless; but ioon'recovered and is falrlv well ncvr. Curiously enough, it found that nlis left side was" (beautifully tattooed by r.tJhev; the skin bsiag: en.-, tirely covered with "prints" of oak, and lit leaves. WAS TOO PRETTY HER JOB July" she was too pretty forrWasnington, Miss Mary Todd has left town to .seek a "she will not be troubl- ed with attentions from-male admir- ers. The young woman has lostTour1 positions during the past year be-, cause, of her prepossessing appear- ance. Starting in as a stenographer, she worked a week and then found- her-employer .paying more attention: to her than his dictation. As a shop- ,girl the floor -walkers monopofeed her. time, and she was discharged. She: 'then tried work in a millinery; Estab- lishment, and again as a stenograph- er. "I have 'been overwhelmed with. 'S. offers .of sne" explained.- "Most men forget that I am already engaged. At first I did not 'take. the. attentions made trouble, 'with the other -girls-.employ- ed." "L i' Map Bajtobfidge, Toronto, has accepted tie secretary of the Y. W. ;C: A: at Springfield, HL GOLDEN HEADED EAGLES CAPTURED AT'MORRISSEY Fernie, B. C., July pass- ed away on. Sunday afc .the residence of her brother-in-law, J. B. Smith, sec- retary of-the F-ernie-Fort SteeJe Brew- ing Mrs. Kate MacHahon, widow of 'the late John MacMahon, of the city of Quebec. 3Che deceased lady has .been a dent'of Fernie for the last few and was greatly esteemed for gen-" tie and loving; character. She had" only been ill "for three days; the cause of "her ideath :The' funeral will take place tomorrow, a service being held .at. Christ Church." "Two fine specimens of the'golden 'headed eagle were brought' to having1 been' captured in the vicinity of Morrissey by ra local sportsman. en Oak Dresser and Stand, Two Drawers, 34x18 case, 14x24 Britisk Bevel Plate 4 Mirror and Brass Trimmings; Special Wnite Enamel Bedstead, Brass Mounted, 4 feet Mattress, 4 feet, Single Faced. Wool, Braided Edges c i bpecial Spring, 4 feet, Oil Tempered Woveif Wire, Cable Strung C 1 AA Special We kave just received a large consignment of Velvet, Brus- sels, Wilton and Tapestry Carpet Squares m Oriental and Floral Designs, wliicn we do not hesitate to say are tke best selection ever offered in Letnbridge, at prices ranging from to On Saturday and Monday we offer these at 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. Linoleums at, per yard Very big Nottingham Lace Cur- tains, at Half Price Flannelette Blankets, 66x80, at per pair 6 Ib. All Feather Pillows, at per pair 6 Ib. Goose Down Pillows, at per pair 6 Ib. Mixed Feather and Cotton Pillows, at per pair Ford Street Citizens faking Hold Enthusiastically to 1 -.'Tit'-' Give Prime Minister a Rousing "A joint meeting of' tjhe committees named toy the nominating committee of tbe'Lethbridge liberal Association to make the arrangements for the re- ceptiorrand entertainment of Sir -Wil- frid 'Laurier and his party on -the oc- casion-of Ms visit "here on 'August '31 and met in Senator De- Veber's offices, Macdonald block, last nign vaiid outlined the "work" 'of each committee. Those'preseht were Hon. Senator "jjeveber, -C; Ar Magrath, Cl iSrmSSOIio, JT J -arayvr P L. Naismith, -S. J. -Dr. F; H. -D'Austin, Chas: gah; Dr. J. Stewart, A. Tilley, J: Offlespie, -Dr. -W. S; R." E: MacArfchur, J. L: MaKwaring, ,F.. W: 'Downer, C. C.'Cragg; Senator: Deveber presided, 'and stat- ed that the-object of the meeting-was to-informally--'discuss and outline the plans then to divide up and each -committee -attend to its own portion- of 1ihe arran-gements.1 At: a meeting of "Lethbridge Liberal 'said, it -had .been de-': cided: to make the reception non-pol- ideal, -and a nominating committee of'. the association had: named the follbw- tng p'bwer to add to thefrrnumibers: Committee. W. Oliver, -Andrew Tilley, A. ,-B. -Staf- ford, H. Tinning, Fred Ivenny, M. S. C. C. Chas-. Harisen, C. A. Magrath, Wm. "Hardie. J. W. Bawden, Duncan Smith, J D. Higinbotham, C.-J.j'Eckstorm, A. M. 'Kitchie, Thomas -Wilson, J. W. Mc- A. T. J., iNeidig, J.- O. Wilson, C. P. Conybeare, B. -TJ. Rylands, Fred Hick, H. Withers, K. D. Johnson, M. F. E. Mason, Dr. Crag-g, J. Ohas. Meegan, L. F. Bonnell, F. W. Downer, R. A. Wright -Sidney Jackson, C. W. Gray, H. Dawson, Jos. J. Addison, H. Skeith, F. W. Brown R..E. -MacArthur, Charles McClenaghan, John Brodie, J. G. Robertson, R. F. Reeve, A. S. Barn- Dr. Galbraith, Dr. Courtice, H. -Miron, J. .B. LeRoy Coone, Wm. Armstrong, J. R. Anderson, Don- ald "Smith, Alexander Sm'ith, Jas. 'Rit- chie, D. Pelletiec, Chas., Peacock, -Frank Smith, A, 3. .Maclean, Geo. Stacey, R. J. Gordon. Reception Committee. -r W. C. Simmons, chairman; W; A: Buchanan, M. P. J. McJLean, M. P. P.; Mayor E. Adams, Dr. J. -S. Stewart, Supt J. 0. -Wilson, P. L. Nai- smith, Dr. Mewburn, F. -Reeve, C. F. P. Conybeare, "K.-C.; 'Fred. Hicks, Charles McClenaghan, Herbert J. H. Skeitih, J. McTaggart, H. Miron, W. W. Downer, Dr. W. S. Gal- braith, E. U. Rylands, F. E. -Mason and C. A. Magrath, M. P. Finance. Andrew Tilley, A. S. Barnsley, .Fred Kenny, C. C. D. Higiri- botham, R. Gibbons, L. A." Heustis. J. ,R. Andersron, Dr. R. C. MeClure, S. J. Shepard, T. J. Simons, Chas. Meegan, Dr. O'Hagan. Halls and Seating on the Square. Dr. De Veber, John Brodie, F. Sick, Geo. Stacey, H. Case, C. K. G. Nourse, H Withers. Advertising. O. D. Austin, A. V. Gibbons, Walter Jordan, J. G. Robertson. Decorations, Music, 'Police. S.J. Shepherd, -R-T. -Gordon, Dr. Tul- ier, G.