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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ In makiDR* tiioronKb "iv�.niid-im''of our out a nvmWr of "Loneliei" (one or two of a kiaoi left over bat all thii �eisoni Koodi. By doing this new we fcive you a bargain ri^kt in tM btKinaing of thtieaflon when you'll have use for the garment. $16.00 L�diM' Black Silk Coals |lt.00 2 o-ily, sizes BR, 38, elegant Pek. Silk Coata, ailk lined and nicely trimmed, proper length, cut and finish, regular 10.00 for 12.00 Laiict Luatrc Suits f) only Lustre skirt waist suits, colors navy and cream, sizes 36 and 38, stylish gootis, regular 7.00 soiling fur 5.0O . Ladies Cloth Coats 3 only Sliopard chock coats, 36, 30, short and stylish, regular 8,i^0 for 5 50 Blouses "Samples" 2 dozen sample blouses mostly white ]awo,'boBgbt cheap and will be sold sta discount of 25 per cent. New Dress Trimmings A complefe new stock of dress trimmings in lace appleque to hand by express. Lovely j?oor Siiiwlay. Mr. nmlMis. \V. Ff. llughiioiv who h.iVt! i-c. cily for noailV two vonrs roliirncil to Xova Sroiin. on Satiinhiy night. W. II. Voiing- v. Hfn. \V. II. (>ishin�'! I't^ll, Ttilcy MP.P., and IMiiu'.nn Mnf'.-hall ar.'nlso' on tho pro-^,r.,in;iio. i V. 15OSS Tato had f.no good oyo on tho noc'.lK tit tlio liasohall public and till! olhor l.o.nd at the .\tlilclic ^^rounds. Clint M.OonaWI. loinicrjy of Ixah-br.d,e, is a i!v'li'ga't�"'ifo tlio liiior-iiational ('oiiMnl ion oi' the Ilrothor-hood of liailroad Trainnion now inoi'tinji at Allaiita, prosoiils ("ranliiiioU lodgti. For 'that tired feeiiog" so ofteiii experienced with the advent of warm weather, a bottle of our IRON TONIC BITTERS will instill new vigor in the veins and give� renewad leaieof Ufa. It stimulates the ap^t�. and promotes dtigestion. 91 for Isnia bottle Druggist and Stationer. ; w^i  \ public school linK l)0(>n opened at .Spring Coulee. ill' per pound paid for cotton rags at (his onifo. >V. H. Cory of^New IXiyton was in tha city on M�)ncC4mI is in chirge of the office during Mr. McKciizie's absence. The I^lhbridgA Iron Woriis have recpntly completed twcnt.v-five min - The O. W. Kerr Co. had four car loads of land .seekers in the district Cast �iMk. Mani'ahan and Cunnini^m, cigar manufacturers are -buifdhig a factory on Pord Street. FOB SALE-A handsome secretary \ .snap for fjuick sale. Apply The Herald office. , ' W. A. Buchanan of Erinicnton wa.s In the city on Weilne.fday. He loft I'or Banff I'hursday morning. Mis. J. Cavannh left on Saturday for the East, but will stop olT at .Medicine Hat for a few days. M(!dicine Hat Council has made u grant of |i2*i00 to the Board of Trade for its publicity cam)Uiign. The new boiler anU. some other machinery for tho Lcthbrit. Rcciler. of Cardston came In to tlic ctly on Tuesda.v with a carload of fat cattle ifor O.'F. Hep-kins. . �r .1. PrnnciH forniierly �if Winnipeg has taken a position in the grocery depnrtniont of the Hudson's Hay Co. stoi-es. T. fi. .lainicspn of the' Alljcrta Pacific Elevator Co. passed through the city on his wa.v to Curdstxm on Wednesday. H. T. Carr, lately of OlasgCAv, [Scotland has taken tho ijosition of accountant at the Htid.son Bay (.'o. oflicc in this city. > .Mrs. C. O. K. Nourse gave a most cnjo.vablje musicalc in honor ot Mrs. \. S. Bowman of the Bollevue Foriii Wednesday evening. .1. K. Clarke is working with E.W. Kingston, looking after the tailoring department while Mrf Kingston attends to the outside part of his bu.si-ness. Bev. T. E. Murray was called to , ^. ,-r , Macleod .vesterdo.v to celcbrote o ing cars for the licliance mine, ihey' ' , . . , , ; ..... , iiiiirriae'e. One of the contracting hn^e the c I imns for the Whitney block all road.v for tbs steel which is e.xpected every day. i Wmi. Morrison, late r.f the firm oi Morrison and Dixon, lelfl Inst we.'ii with his, wife for the coOtit. He ma,\' pai'lies.is Mr. Goudchild of Edmon- ton. in the locate some |i|jiicp on the Hhoi>es Ileiald office on Saturda.y a snniplo | nnal(lson\slaVinrp|^^^ The .School Ihiaitd considcrcel the plans .submittMl for th� now Central iiool at a special nieeting on Moa- SPECIAL AGENTS I'nns wni-n re'turned Fire Chiof Fowler and Driver tJ.jond others^ ^J^PRfet-W^ililSil^ McLean on Monday night tried about ""� building wi^th an audi .seventy-five |icr cent of the hydrants torium. 25,000 Club CommitUcs. The full list of the committees of the 2.�,000 Club which hitherto have leon^ ,puhli(*htd in chunks, is now publishe � K"^'''-"'''*''^ j ,, tho .sr.tiare iiuh am^ ail | peg Telegram^ot Tt^sday. A,n�..g weed inspector. | ^^^^^^j ^^^^.^ ^^^^^^ ,,e coupling. ; the officers are: C. F. P. Con.vbeare, K.C., and .L W. Kean of this city. Rev. D. Onctz the founder of Red Deer and once a prominent Mothoas .St. Charles Mair, tho Dominion iiu- Fariners ami others should hear in mind the address to be given byProi". CainplieU the dr.v-farining es|)ert �.ii Wugos" will lie the subject of Rev. \Mlliim Reid's .sermon 1 in the .lune 2.-.th. Th.^.so artdre.sses will' ..e  'tapt'st Tabernacle on Simday even-very \aliiablo to all inteivstod .n j'"S^ I'h^'ro will be S|iecial singing.] farmiins in lliis district. The meel- ing will 1� lieid in C. .1. Ecksto;ius tent cdi-ner ui Hound and OulTeiin Streets. C. Ross Tate eanic up from Loth-bridgo last Sunday -to visit a couple of days wi'th his parents. Mr. Tate inisraticn agent at licthbridgc, has is doing well in the jewelr.v business re.^ignod, and will take up his reni- in his new locution and says thotiho tl.'Mice at' Edmonton. H� will under - town is mtiking great progress oiwl is tall* the'prcparation of a history of destined to Iwcome one of the l>ost Westorn Canada. Mr. Mair has re- cities in all of AHwrta. They aia sidoti the greater portion of his life crazy on Iw-seliall in l^thbridgo the.sc time in the vest, and is a poet and days and C. .T . Eckstorin. well author of renown. The Herald will known in this district, is one of the .say there is no man in the west bot- chiof lU'oinotcrs. and would rather tor ipialilied to umkntakc such nn j see a good game of ball than eat a important-work.-Cranbrook Herald. meal.--Cranbrook Herald. PINE TAILOHEO GARMENTS FOR MEN 30,000 Men It. is impoMible to estimate accurately but judging from the sales reported by the makerg of 20(h Century Brand gsroMints no leia than 30,000 men wore th�iD last WBspn and the number is jnoMSfiBKtsvsry year. No other mHk9 of dli�tliip� in Canada is so popular and this popvlarity is based on the fact that (hay apbodytlMi four essentials of gootl olpthai, viz .good cloth, correct style, '^hoKNigb tailoring and perfect fit. We ar� Sole Agents. COef Ltd. le and Retail. � w i^i.itiiing various |)ointft in Montnn ^^ I and Southern Califoraia. -v Oran . hrooJt Herald. The morning service and the Sunday School will lie held at 11 a.n}.^. and 3p.m. respectively. All are heart -ily invilMl to those si^-rvices. Tho Association Boards of iTradc of Western Canada meet at I'rinco Alliort .lune 18, 10 and 20 to discuss questions of particularly i wide spread interest. No delegates from the local Itoaivl will atitend in view of the fact that in a short time un Allierta Board of Trade will shortly be formed. .lohn X. Silver has finished haul -ing the 1:2,000 bushels of wheat that he hafl over Inst ,ve�r. For several wmoks eight and trn \ei\ma ha\c l;e?n on the road tn this contract. Mr. Silver's haulage bill ev-eiy ..')k his stand on tho stairway landing ^nd would not allow progress cith':r woy. All eftoris to remove him with brooms anin, and H. E. Miobiicli. liiulies: Nrs. Neale, vice-president; Miss'Bessie Stewart, vico-presi�l3nt; Miss Pattcson, Mrs. In-.uram-, Mrs. Cunningham. Mrsi Chiv-ers. Mrs. Mowburn, Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Soirthard, Mrs. Gdlbraith, Mrs. Daniel. l'''iiiance Conmiiit/tce-R. F.' Reeve, C. G. K. Nour-se, H. T. Cherry. Publicity Ccnwiiitloc-K. H. Fessenden, O. D. Austin, W. C. Ives. W. n. Dobbiii, C, F. P. Conytioare. j Mcmlei-ship Coiinnittoc - Major Belcher. H. lO. Mielwch, 11. T. Chei-ry, T. W. JIanrahan, W. Matthews, H. .1. Sl.eith, .las. Ashcroft, O. U. Matniicking,'Ma.ior Burnett, A. K. Ives. -  Amiiscinent X'ominittce - E. .'i. Cunningham, H. T. Cherry, O. D. Austin, H'. MacI.elh. C. R. Daniel. Local Iniprovomoiit t'oiiiimitteo-M. Fr.-CTiinn, W. R. Dobbin. II. E. Mio-bach, M. Harford, Wni. Oliver. Indii.strial Committee.-IC. \. Cunningham, M. Frccmnn, W. C. Ives, Mayor Gaibraith, K. H. Fessentten. Agricultural Coinmittee-W. H. r's^mii ;;;;;;;th;;''"':"^'^ whuney.G. M.H^ich his position on!^'- �^�"""' Transportation Committee - It. Maclielh, C. F. P. Conylwire, P. L, N'ai.smith. Attraction Conunittee- C. .1. Eck- storm, H. .1. Skcitli, C. B. Bowman, Alvih Ripley, The fir.st namc^l on each committee to l)e chairman of such committw. Pa MnnniiN' junk novfl. CHAPTER r. 'I'ho pioltiest girl .you ever saw CH.VI�TI3R II. The young man interviews ho CUAPTFR III. Wedding grand without a flaw CHAPTER IV. An onth-a Icar-a lot of .iaw CHAiniflR V. "I'm going back home to niy iiui:" CHAPTI3R VI. Her maiden name ivstored b.y law. Captain McDougall, of the stugail was one I o sold cheap for quick sale, .\pply to MARYA S/ADOKIERSKA, Sec, .aa, Tp. 8, R, 14, Westport, 1.1-20-27-4. Wall Paper Neweat daaignsaiid ooloringt. Ourl90i7 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. Wall AltpniMS shown, oarsiad in stock^no, ^ ipraat to: pay-no waiting for:; goods.  Baby Carriages We have just received a shipmenrof CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in the reed work; and elegantly upholstered. BRODIE & STAFFORD Seeding Time has commenced now, and .if yb� ^ need garden tools of any description, our stock of garden and fnrni;! implements is eomfdete, and embraces the best from the leading, manufacturers. C. W. GRAY Tel.lW Hard war* ji.m.mcaimM Lethbtidge, Alberta. Canada Real Estate Loans insuranci ill ISM Hi FOR SALE A .>roomed cottage, new, heated, lighted and water connection, 5 minutes' -walk from post oifice, a snap at |l,.'tOO 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 proi^erties. A ii-room house and 4 acres land, 1| miles north of city, 1,200 We also have residential lots from $40 up to..........1,000 We liave a choice business property at 2,000 per lot-2 lots -no better site in the city. COXYUEARE BLOCK. Wm $ilk Bloum Silks in all shades Ponge Silk the favorite G. H. O. W. KER|t CO. have opened offices in the Oliver BIocK; Room 3 'Hi Headquarters $pring and Winter Wheat LandS; Come and see the funious Magrath land, now on tha market.' We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. MeKENZlE. Ueal MaMgtfr. - i 5714 ;