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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Look at these Bargains - In making a thorough "rniind'Up" of our stock we have decided to clear out a number of "Lonelies" (one or two of a krno) left over bat all this seasons goods. By doing this new we give you n bargain right in the beginning of the season when you'll bnve use for the garment. $16.00 Ladio' Black Silk Coatt $11.00 2 o ily, sizes iW, S18, elegant Pek, Silk Coata, ailk lined and nicely trimmed, proper length, cut aud finish, regular Ki.OU for 12.00 Ladict Lu�tr� Suitt P� only Lustre shirt waist suits, colors navy and cream, sizes 30 and 38, stylish goods, regular 7.(K) selling for 5.UU Ladiet Clolk Coat* 0 for 5 50 Bloutct "Sample*" 2 dozen sum pie blouses mostly white luwn, bought cheap and will be sold at a discount of1 25 per cent. N�w Dress Trimmings A complete new stock of dress trimmings in litre appleque to hand by express. Lowly Koods. timl just whats wanted.. A. Macdonald \illriul Wood lull) mi Sat'inlu.v from slu,v)>�l over Sunday iinil Mrs. W. II. Hu^bson who i-eAlrled in flii' riiy In"' t��-.itt\ villi's returned tu Numi Si-iiiia H V M hi hoi I, P S|l. l| iii", l'iiiih> i'hi tint (in inn) Mi li.i�i' I Wll i.n S.itnriln.v niulil. \\. II. Voiimk i I lliiiiiilinn and Young, vvvnt tu Tuln'1' mi Monday nil;),! iiiv.I will Mil, hi,' it ciiii|il.* i.i' ipiarlor durino, tin- ni'Xt  Wl Vl'l'lvh, \\. C. Simmons. M I' I' . is I,ill,.,I tn ndilivss ii ureal Lil.'i'.il i'" 1� ill Ntintiin t .i^iiu mi A\ Hi n. \\ . II. rushing K.AI1 Rile.v M.l'.l'.. nml ti M.,t-h.ill in,-ii Wo mi the pro For "that tired feeling" so often experienced with the advent of warm weather, a bottle of our IRON TONIC BITTERS will instill new vigor iu the veins aud given renewed lease of lite. It stimulates the appetite, and promotes digestion. SI for large bottle Pettily and Diepeneinc Chemists SPECIAL AGKNTS A public si'liool lin.s lieon opened at Spring Coulee. "�( per iinimil paid for rot ton rags nt this oilier. W. 11. Cory of-New l>,iyton wok in Hi." rily on Monday. Now Payton is Ifrolng ahead fast. KOI!. SALK-Soda Kountuin rum -pleto. Apply !. J. Johnston, Drug Hist, |jp|hl)iidgr. M.ix Donaldson brought In Iho Mrralil ollieo on Satitnlay a sample of rye which measured three foot six inrhcH in height anil is fully out in hoa*^ This fine sample of grnin was �^fty.'****^-- "tiif fra" .' J*L'�iL,i' Iff*,**? Cotton raas wanted .*ir per pound rs McLean �m Monday n'ghl trad about >�"lvo room soveiH.v-flw |ior cent of the hydrants ' -.........� �" satisfactory. Kifto'ii hose weiv tested Talior has a new post oilier.' Kalhoi VnnTighcm wont to Poults on Tuesday. TUs lilacs nnd strawlierry bios  some ar� out.. Tho 1'oiimJ-hi.MKc Is being wlrwl fur tic oli'clric lighting. . Tho puljllc schoof promotion oxani-Inntlons started on Tuenday. Born to Mr. and Mrn. Wri. Puny, Conltlnle, on .htne 2nd, � daughtor. L, ,1. Ramsay at Vancouver. II.f, upon* a few dfl.VN In tho cM'y this week. i W. J. Atchison of Cranbrook, B.C.! cnliie to the city on Monday night's! train. f the I'ncilic. He intends going us mr ni'.rth ns Prince |(u|tert. Tho School Board considered the plans siilimitted for Uie new (Vutral Sj^iiol at a s|)Ooial meeting on Monday nTjfhvpv^ 'Inns >�>� ir-tinn.'.l loiildinR with an audi-! Kerr Co. had (our ear seekers in the dlstrie.l �d is Mr. luive mill -They The (>. \V, loads of land lit si wix'k. Ilanrahiin and Cunningham, cigar nKiiiufai't.iirers are building a factory | on Kurd Street. " 1 i Kofi SALK- A 'handsome secretary 1A snap for quick snlo. Apply The j Herald ofllce. , | W, A. Buchanan of Edmcnton was I In the city on Wednesday. He left I for Banff Thursday morning, j Mis. !. Cavannli left on Saturday j for the ICast, but will stop off at I Medicine Hat for a few days. Mi-dicine Hot Council has made a grant of �2.*i00 to �av*^�H>�iiw^iA*�^** Newest designs and colorings. Our 1907 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. Call aad oursamplea. All paper* shown, carried in took-no express to pay-no waiting for goods.  B Baby Carriages We have just received a shipmenfof CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in the reed work, and elegantly upholstered, BRODIE & STAFFORD Seeding Time has commenced now, and .if ybtt need garden tools of auy description, our stock of garden and farm implements is complete, and embraces the best from the leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY Tel. �M� Hardware eopysioM, | with his wife for the coast, locate some place on the shoivs 29,000 Club Committee*. The full list of the committees of the t!."i,000 Cluh which hitherto have I een^ piililisdud in chunks, is now published in full. MomlMM's of K.Yooulive Council anl various ComniHtens: KxeciWivo Council-C. A. Magraih. orosident � C '* Bo'vumn. vico-presi -KaTt i n .-*-seeivtWT>,-^'1 _ T torium. A half page cut showing the grand ! ,,. new IkUjc oflteers of tiie Knights of!- deSTtTTT � -1 PatlcRoii, treasurer: II. T. Cherry, j r C. K. Nourse. (I. M. Hatch. Mnj- ! Belcher. C. M. A. W. Hings. 1 the same date ul puniphoiise, un-| Pythias now nssenvhlod in convention dec two hundred and fifty pi iimls nl Brandon was given in ihvyW-innl-I ressme to the si|iiiii'e inch and ail stoird the test oM'Opt one coupling! .ill.lie. I Mine M _ 1. It ins Tiile had i lie good eye on the nee Is i.l I lie li.iselm II pnldic and the i.llu'c on a good advert isii.jr sc! eti e, when he erected thai mi.. l,aseliall snue lu.ii.l ul the Athli'iic grounds. Clint M.ltinuilil, lornK'ijy of Uuh-li|-.dr.e, is a il.-lejjiilo fo the Inter-natiouiil Chum m inn of tlio llrother-hiinil of liaiirniid Traiiiiiieii now meeting at Ai Inula, (o'orgiii. He r.-piesei'ls fr.iiil.i ,.,,!> Iud(;.' Mrs. W. A. Blonner-llnssett of \ivpnwn. Man., accoiii|iiini(vl l�y her mother and sister, Mrs. and Miss Brown, arrived in the city on Kri-day. Mr. Blenner-llassett, vice-president of the .1. Brown Co. Ltd. ;totv>, has Ixvu Itere (or several weeivs They will resido at Still Bomjias St. t'liiiiles Miiir, the Dominion im-ini^r.itii n agent at l^thbridge. has resigned, and will take up his resl-d..ii,e al Edmonton. He will under -lnl.� the preparation of a history of Western Canada. Mr. Mail' has resided the greater portion of his 1 Ifv.* tinv In the vest, and Is a pool and author of renown. The Herald will say there is no man in tho west liet-tcr qualified to undertake sucJt an important work.-Cranhrook Herald. I'aCinei's and others should hear 'n mind the udiliess to lie given liyt'ro,'. Campliell the dry-funning expert .� very \nlnable to all inteivsted ,n j farming in lh:s district. Tho meeting will le held in C. .I. K.cksto'in's tent ('inner of Round and ilull'e. in St i eels. C. Ross Tate i'linie up from l>>tlt-bridge last Sunday -to visit a couple of days wi'tli his parents. Mr. Tate is doing well in the jewelry business in his new location and says t hall lie I town is umking great progress and is destined to l>eeoine one of the !>est j cities in nil of Alberta. They tiro crazy on Ihisehall in Mthbrulgo these days and C. .1 . Kckstorm, well Known in this district, is one of the i chief promoters, and would rather mv a good game of hall than eat a meal. peg Telegram of Tuesday. Aiming the olllcers aixi C. K. I*. Conybeare. K.C, and .1. W. of this city. "Wages" will lie the suliject of Rev. Willi.-m Reld's sermon in the Baptist Tal.ernacle on Sunday evening, Th.'re will he s|>ocial singing, morning service and the Sunday I'. W. I I.i iu a linn. O. I' llol I. Niiunions. Kni) Irw.n. It. K. RiS'Ve, K. Wm. Matthews. V. S. It. Burnet l. C. K. I.. NnisiiHth. .V I (!. It. .lohnston, Si'nntor PeVelior M.I. \ , W. It. Ilohliiu Mi.'bisch. I^idies: Nrs. Mnctulckiug.1 Kord. W. W. I II. Kessendcn Shcpaitl. W. I*. Conylwan1. 1'. Ives, M. KriH'inail M. Johnston, W. r. Simmons, and II K. Xeale, vice- I'he president: Miss Bessie Stewiun. vice-School will Im> held at tl a.m. and j president: Miss Pntteson. Mrs. i�spei'tiv�.|y. All ni-e heart -; ^M,s- Ctinniiiglinni. Mrs. Chiv. ily in\ lied to those services. |ers. Mrs. Mewhurn. Mrs. Cherry. I Mis. Irwin, Mrs. Southard, Mr lOnlluaith. Mis. Oiiniel. l-'i mi nee CoiiMnit tei^-It. A m. IHcQ�eM & go. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance FOR SALE ITnitle good game of ball -Cranhronk Herald. eyjXT�'\l*Vni*,l^M"l*l^r*r^^l^l^^^^^^*- ^^^^a*a*a^-i^a*a*a%a*a* - a�a* i � � m Prompt Delivery f\Hl TAILONkD OASMCNTS FOR MSN 30,000 Men It is impossible to estimate accurately but judging from the sales reported by the makers ul 20th Century Brand Sriiienta no less than 30,(XHl men wore Diu last season aud the number is increasing every year. No other make of clothes in Cauadu is so popular and this popularity is bused on the fact thut tliey embody the four essentials of wood clothes, viz, good cloth, correct style, .thorough tailoring and perfect tit. We are Sole Agents. TtlepbOM 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. The Association Boards of of Western Canada meet nt Prince Albert Juno IB. 10 and 20 to discuss questions of particularly wido spread interest. Xo delegates from tho local lionrd will attend in view of the fact that in a short time an Al'iveita Board of Trade will shortly he formed. John A. Silver has linisherl haul -lug lho tU.000 hushets of wheat that liu had over last your. Kor t weeks eight ami ten (earns have I i�.�n on the road cn this contract. Mr. Silver's haulage bill ,\-�ry day was nhoui f-100. He has till al out |u.000 liushels of mixed , v.ilieut and outs teen hoi I;-ke^'per for the ICnterpriso Lumber Company heiv for several mouths past, roi,ii)k his sluud on the stairway binding jind woubl not allow, progress eillvr way. All efforts in reinovo him with brooms and other weapons wore unavailable. Tho whole sum* was tie;l iip. Mothers cried for their liabies down hulow and the wail was roiurn-ed in shriller tones from the ground floor. finally ovorybody left him alone. Sewing there was nt) one else to light and sirliHued with his victory, tho canine majestically descend ed i,ml stalkiHl out iho front door-Miss Cluishie McKu.v left on Hun-day for her home in 1/nhlvridge, hn�v iug reslgiinj her position with Belittle &. Atchison. Inning the iim>Hhal Miss McKay has been with the linn she has made a host of friends by her oiiptuoiiK treatment of the piin-lic and the eflicient manner that she Reeve C. C. K. Nourse, It T Cherry. Puhliiity ('( iituiit tee-K. II. Kes senden, t�. I>. Austin, W. C. Ives. W. It. Uohblh. C. K. P. ConylnMiv. j Membership ComiuittiH- - Major IVIrlier. H. K. Miehnch. II T. Cherry, T. W. Hunrahan. W. Matthews. H. .1 Slolth. .las. Aslurori. , P N'nisiiiilh. Attraction Committee- C. J. Kck-storm, II. J. Skeiili, C. || Bowman. Alvin Ripley. The first named on each commit ice to lie chairman of such committee. MODKRN' ,11'SK NOVKI.. I I Tho prettiest girl you over saw CH APT ICR II. ; The young nuin interviews her Pa | CIIAI'TKR III. j Wedding grand without a llaw J IV I An oalh-a leur-o lot of jaw i CHAITIOH V. j"l'm going hack home to my mo' j t HAI'TKJt VI Her maiden name restored l>v law Captain Mc|)ougall, of the steamer Athnbaslia, plying hot ween Koi'l William and Owen Sound, died vers denly nl the latter place last Thursday. Captain McBougall was one of the oldest romiiuiuders in the service of the CP.II., and was a most ellirii-nt and trusted oHiier. A 5-rftonud cottage, new, heated, lighted and water connection, 5 miuutey1 wnlk from \>o�t oflice, a snap at f 1,'iGO 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 pro|H*rtio8. A .Vrootit house mid -I acres land, 14 miles north of city, 1,200 We also have residential lots from $40 up to..........1,000 lots We have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot--no better site in the city. BLOCK. UJbitc Silk Blouses Silks in all shades Ponge Silk the favorite G. H. Johnston j-i �j |disehurgod her. dm lea. It is understood thutshe will be united in niai- I'OII SALK ring* lo Mr. Atchison next Wednesday at the home of her parents, and that the couple wilt spend a month visiting various points in Montana (and Southern California, -v Cran  broojr Herald. One hinder and one ilril.l, lirand i new, never been used. Will l>e sold cheap for quick sale. Apply to MA It VA 8/.A DOKI K.RS K A, Sec. .82, Tp. 8, R. 14, Westport. i 13-20-27-4. O. W. KERR CO. have opened ottices in the Oliver Bloch, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come itiul see tho fatuous Mugrath land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. MeKENZIE, Local Mantgtr. 5714 ;