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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Some Choice Buys 7 loti on Chares st., near Westminster rond, for $700, 100 down, lain nee COCO per mouth A beautiful broomed modern residence on Barllett st. for II0C0,1000 down, biilnnce terms FARM LANDS 2$ sections ftirm lands, 13 miles from station, at 0.00 p�. Immense congregations Wesley Church on Sunday to hear its popular pnstor, Itev. .1. K. IIukIisoii It.A'., give his last messages to his people. In the. morning the body of the church was filled, the Sunday-school was the. largest mi reenrd. SUCALEI) TENDEKS for the instruction of a brick and' stone ohurch for Knox Congregation, l/Othbrlilge, I'HEACII-1 ,vi" iK! i'ccoived up to 20th of .June, 10(17, by E. I'. Hyl.mds, chairman of II. of M. Knox Church, Ijethbridge. thronged ll'lans and spec!licalions may lie seen at the olTlee of the architect, ,1. II. (i. Mussel I. Winni|>eg, or may lie obtained from 10. V. Hylumls, l>>th-1 ridge. A separate tender will be re-ipiired for tlie steam healing nml plumliiug. A inarkeil cheque for five The City Council On Monday night, the City Council bold- its regular meeting all 'the iiH'tii-bers Icing present. Communications were recelveil from the 35,000 Club nnd the Hoard of Trade aeking for grants to nhl in thuir publicity work. To support the claim* of the Hoard of Trnde, Presi-dent Conyleare,"nnd W. C. Simmons chnirmnn of the publicity committee addressed the Council. The former Hitld'thnl lie lielic\�d that the money grnnU'il Inst year hiul hum udvon  tugoously spent and that with ex -lierlerico gained, the proposal gram would be spent to even lietler ud -vantage. ,1l Is\the Intent Un of (he llonrd of Trade to cnmJiIpe the olnYe of secretary ami publicity coimnisK � loner ami to jiny a snlnry that would warrant tin- wn'retary giving a goml de.il of his lime to the work. W. ('. Slnminns suggested that Inst year's grant of *$10OO ls> �|oubled to enable the llonrd to pay a salary that would pay the secretary fornl least half his time and so that the Hoard could haxe Hoard of Trade rooms ami nlllees wltere the secretory could always Im found, lie reminded the council that other cities were paying much largwr sums for this purpose. In reply to a , 10. "He thou fuithful unto death, etc." The |�cople were urged to stand firmly by the word of (Sod, to le faithful to the work of Cod, and to lie true to the will of Cod. He unUeil upon the people to rally i| ai'oin.-d his successor Hev. ,J.(M. liar rison, to whoso character and ability he In re im eloquent tribute. Mr. Ilughson did not preach a sermon at night but instead briefly reviewed the work of the past ipiad-i'cr.nimn,. showing something of the progress that hail been made. In this connection he did not claim the credit but said that he had civtered into the lahors of such men as Morgan, Chogwin, Conrd, Wray ihnI oth-jers who had laid the t'oundalions of the present success, lie paid a glow-| ing tribute to the faithfulness of his wjH congregation ami spoke feelingly of ! the help rendered by those of the .sister churches of the city, lie re I ferret I more particularly in the work he had tr'uil to do for the young men and the workingmen for whom he felt n special inten�st. The preach er pivlicted gmil things for the church ami call si upon its members per cent of lender must nceompony tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 0-18-20 White Lawn Blouses Just to haud, special prices, 1,25 to 3.001 Grey Skirts The latest prices; 4.00 to ft.50 We have a few Embroidered Waist Lengths . left ;-rthoy wore honght at a sacrifice and are telling quickly at less than half of regular prices. It will pay Von to get 1. �  New Goods Arriving Daily lust opened another lot of Boots and Shoes We are selling them at right prices. ? Brown � Successors to the Co-Opemtire Association $5,000 Cash STHAYED OH STOLEN. , From the vicinity of Warner, one |to pay down, for about 40 acres ,,nv ,,,,.,., 0 yenrs oM> ono yenr old close to the city, is wanted bv pur- H(,.,.eU coltr nn(, ono ,)ny 8Uckcr. jchuser for sub-division purposes , A ,,,wn,,t j8 ,m,re(] ,,,. thcir retlirn Give location, price and best to 'terms. Box 8, Horaltl Office. | ,i,,DIP' L1'VD- Warner, Aitn. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OUR L-IST Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15,00 per acre at retail. Land near railway 9.00 per acre and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. HMTCH St COONS OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBRIDCE ;