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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta July Remhant Sale Begins Monday, July 1 st Clearing Prices on all Short Ends and Oddments EMBROIDERIES, emit of 1 to ii yards DRESS MUSLINS, ends 2$ to tl yards ZEPHYRS * GINGHAMS, 3 to7 yards LACES, ,50 Muslin Suits, white, fancy nnd pluin, regular 8.00 for 15.00 LAD1ES' CLOTH SI'ITS Only a few left, styles are correct. Prices tit saving of 3 to 5 a suit SHIRTS AT A BARGAIN White Pique, White Duck. Cream Panama, Cream Serge, Lustre. Good value iu SHOES. White Canvas OXFORDS for men, women and children. A. Macdonald (Sh Co. Stanley Tuft is oft to ltenver. Vol., for n month's holiday. Oeo. S. I long) In of llunlutt was In the city on Wednesday. Miss Lucille Kckslyrm returned homo from Seattle, Wash., on Tuesday night. B. C. Moore Ml Monday morning for Hartlnnd, N II., to moot Mrs Moore, who wll.l return with him. The improvements on the 'Dallas Hotel building is to lie sturted at once. A third storey is to Ixj put on, Tho nuw scales at the A.H. fc 1. mines started work on Tuemlay. They are the finest of their klud In the province. 1)1 ICD-On .lune lTth, Florn 0�rn1-dine, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Allien Cr-ttoD, of IL'IH Pacific St., Voncouvnr, aged H years. Kegular local vay-frelgh-t service between l^ethhridge ami Medicine Tint will start next Monday. Tlw trip will go on� way each day. The Calgary local In future will run through to Calgary and return the same way. This will do nwny with the changing of cars nt Mac lood. Tho annunl meeting of the Incensed Victuallers Association of Alberta, of which C. ,1. Kc.kslorm is second v ce-prcshlent, will be held in Cnlgnry oh .July 9th. Miss Margnret Shorthouse of the the city on Mi.nduy on his way to I Al,)p|,ta Indies College is sending a Moth Bass - KOR - Patting Away purs -IV- A few left, going ut reilueed price. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. The whole stall got a *1" ims� start itiK .lune U.Mh. *l W. Wonlf. M.I' P., Cn piston and I.. M Cannon. Snli l.,kv City, s|>cni Monday in the city. Mrs. and tin- Misses MeClure. Ilur  doit St. will receive on lb,. last Friday of each month. Foil Fountain com -plete. Ap|dy .1. .1. .Inhnvton. Iirug-gisl, Ij'thhi idge. Mr. .1. It Kdwnrds of W'thhrMge bus mi veil his faua-ily inin town "'"I taken, a position in Doyle* store. - ' l.areshotm H-'view. .1. lb own i>f N'lH'piiwd. Man., held  I the .1. ItiiHvn Co. Lid., mvoinp.iu-Iml l.y his son. s|mmi! Friday last in tin- I'tl.t. uliili' in his \\n\ to look ovellns tiuil'i": intei-i'^iH in |i. ('. Wilbur nnd I.loyd Cooke of Coorge-tiiun, Onl . In others of A. It. Cooke oi Hamilton and Young, arrived in tbi* eit.N, on Sunda.\ night. The broth � is are both liu-rosse pluxers, Lloyd having played goal for the Acton I,.ill, in the iijlei nieilialc C.L.A.. Wilbur was u tiuine |,|,,\.i' mi the Mlll-e le.llll Fresh from the Springs A shipment of Abilena A natural cathartic mineral w.tter. A mild and gentle laxative. Useful for torpid liver. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Family and Diepsnainf Chemists SPECIAL AGKNTS Mr*. W. C. Simmons will not iv-��� ve uisuin this season. WAXTF.D-tieneral servant. Apply to Mrs W. S. Fairfield. Ford St Th� Associated Hoards of Trade "( All-ertn ami SaskiiteheiViin will ini'e1 Calgary where he went to testify before the Beef Commission. W. H. Lee is doing some fine decorating. His work on the Windsor Hotel dining-rocm celling will nuiko it the finest outside of Calgary. Mrs. A. M. Grace, of Irthhrldgc Joined Mr. Oraco here on Saturday - _- - ^Mi-. Clrare is in charge of the Hon- lo-hn Brodie is working on the bins litigation Works.-Medicine Hat pruviiiciiil goveriitita'tit's portion of News. the MnrleiMl Itmwl. | This evening the lad(cs of Knox 10. .1. Cook is In the Kootenny dis-( Chureh are giving a Inwn. social at trict of British Coltiiiabiia ihis week the home of Mrs. P. L. Naisinith. on ta btisini'ss trip. | The a'dimission Is ten cents at the WANTLD-IJid.v'.s help Small fain- g"tC" By. Aj.plv Mrs. W. A. Blenner-llus- nt Saturday t.|09etj nnd Siimlny in the city. i " ) A luwn social will be given this Mrs. tlrnham. wife of CIVIL agent evening commencing at eight o'clock flrahnm is to arrive In Leth hi the residence of Mrs. |�. L Snis-l>rMga� on the first Soo-Spok�ne train mith, under the auspices of Knox from fair�nn. Iowa. I Church Ladles Aid. Messrs ll.imilioii and Morgan hnv,. | Among the nninos of the pass lists Ixvii uppoiniiHt examiners of the de- mati-iculunts of Manitoba I'nlvcr-|>ariiiii>nlnton. jderson. daughter of William Header- W. A Hamilton leaves on Tn.^lav *h� luok the examination from! Hnvergnl Indies College, Winning. The marriage of Miss Joan Tyner imiinvntat examinations. , �� W^u"v ,1,ni'H- v l:  | divisional a�nglne�'r of the O.T.I*. at Miss I'nrloltc, who liiui \tvan such Saskatoon, will take place in F.d-un eillcieiit iin.l popular member of mnnton the middle of July. Her Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our 1907 took now on hand. Prices guaranteed. A Hamilton leaves on Tuesday m.irnim; fur Macleod wihorv In- will be the pivsi.linu examiner ,| n,,, ,|,.. in Meilicine Mat ne\t \enr Mr. nnd Mrs K l: lte> maids. of ' ,,K* l" past nulnv frit,n,|M tw glad to hear L.iM�ridi{e. are in Fdm.aiaii.n for the >""r- >-�erH her connection with this tlmt n,o ,,ros[iective bride will make, Va\- I "l,u'�" next tt-ek Miss Purletiu in- her home in the West.-lidnwmtonj tends siHiiiling n few weeks visiting .lournul. Miss. Tyner wits formerly! Tno -"�'tldaridgo Brewing ami Malt- .','ini Bn|4ist conveinion ibis \w-ek nioiiton Bulletin. It. P. tklMll.'ll. Ifiin.lKel of til'' Let bin I.I^e and Tnlri'r Itealty Co. made a business trip ti. Medicine lint on Monday niyht. The enipiircment is nnnounr.Hl of Mis* (V> trade K. M. Iiuimld. oui\ daughter of Mr. ami Mrs .lames'Doiiald, of Tamworth. to Mr. Stephen B. M'trhell. CP It upMit at Tnlwr, \llii. The marriage will take plnei> ipiietly this month A. \\ MiVittie rani*- up fruni M.'.li-elne Hat Saturday List nnd expects to l>e in Cmnhrook oml vii-inii> a'�-out tints' months, having aaecurcd a Itirct' surveying conlraet from the few days In the city, th� g�k>st of Miss Lizzie Kinniburgh, lieforu re turning toher home In Tnls-r. As Monday will tic Dominion Day Hev. .1. M. Harrison, pastor of Wes ley Church will sneak on Sunday evening on the subject, "A True Pat riot." 'IMie morning theme is '"Tin' Conditions of Spiritual Power In the published list of those who had registered for the llrst convocn tion of the Alberto. Provtoclaili Cniv ersity, the only L'tblnidge mimes seen were .those of Jos. Morgan B. A., (Cbn-ens), and Be v. IHt.viil .lines, B.A . (St. David's). The engagement is tinnoumxM of Miss (Sertrinle F.. McDoituld, inly daughter of Mr anh Mrs. Jiames MacDonald, of Tamworth, to Mr. Stephen B. Mitchell, agent. Tnlx-r, Alia. The murriage will take place quietly this month. Geo. W. Heatlaershuw oik- of the enterprising citizens of Mtrgrulh, "The Guillen City of Alberta" was in Lethhriilge the other day inviting friends out to his Garden City to 'have sons- nt their home grown struwtaerries in a few duys. He says the striiwlaerry crop outlook Is fine. The North Star Lodge A.F. nnd AM, l4>thl>ridge ^ divine service in 11 body laM Suntlny at Ht. Augiistin's Church. Hev. .1. S Shivers delhei-.'d a suitable Neriium in which lie spoki* of the noble principles governing the order. AlKiut eighty iia;'inl�'is of the craft vvei>. in the purade. in Pim-her Creek, in which ofllce she a popular naemlier of the Central ,ng L'� Ik,|. going to School staff of this citv. jMomlny evening, there laeing a large ��"�'��� | BUiW,ng ..^rations are very aetive?"UmU'r ,,f "h'^*"^T i.rt^iit. The A" 0,1.....,n '-ethl.ridge are ;, 1im. ,.i,v ,,w During the Inst few urg.-nti... ivsiiiesttftl, to U. p,vs,.nt at days the following building |iermlls nfterniioii ami march in ing. Barllett St. *750; Allaerl Hose, a body to ih.' old public cemetery. frunie dwelling, McKillop St. *520; The |^.|,l,,.l,re lb-ass B.ind will be Mrs. M. A. Mitchell frame dwelling in .iti.-mi.ince and Major BurneM has |ioin|aa� St. $1,000; and Mrs. Geo. ';.st Kuritemiy l,iinil,.| Coiuptiny - | kindly consented to net ns Marshall Dowe, thlKl storey on Dalles Hotel, Crtiuhi'ook Herald. i"r the .liiy FINE TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN 30,000 Men It is impossible to estimate accurately but judging from the tales reported by the makers of 20th Century Brand garments no less than 30,000 men wore them last season and the number is increasing every year. No other make of clothes in Canada is so popular aud this popularity is bused on lib' fact that they embody the four essentials of good clothes, viz., good cloth, correct style, thorough tailoring and perfect lit. We arc Sole Agents. Prompt Dtlivcry Telephone 33 The Bentiey Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. * a total of i'.M.oTO. On Tuesday two of the Soo-Spo -kun� observation sleeper eats were In I the station for u few hours. Thenars pres directors placed a good balance sheet before the shareholders. Tho public school stall scullers this week for the midsummer vucution. Messrs. Humilton and Morgan are on thu examining board at KUimuitou. II. Ii. l^ong is to spend his vucnlion at 1 .acolube. It. It. Davidson in Calgary, Miss .Viminons in Wimii|ieg. Miss MiicKay and Miss Fursv are to take it trip to the coast mul up to Alaska. Miss Bobli will visit her sister at Ijicoliihe, .Miss Ncwtou Willi sjiend tlie holidays ut Butte. M"nt . Miss Vldy is going home to Iliimil -ton, Out., for the season. Miss Mr- oust. The Testing Time. the service Itolieit Hui'WOnd, who has laeen tho jiinno jilayvr at the .1 unci ion resort lor sonu* t Ime was found (lead on tfeu prairie by John Ik-id, on Friday evening. Hartvood was evident lywall educated and of good, family, was a clever musician hut drink nnd cocaine has reduwd him to a very l'�w placu in society. Coroner J. D. Higinbothum on visiting the scene of his death did not consider an in  C|uest necessary. Tne deceased was buried on Tuesday, Dev. J. S. Chiv-urs ofTeiuting. G. O Inmun of tho Farmers Tribune, Sioux Cit.V, Iowa, has been in the city und district writing up Sunny Southern AUtneta for his |aeriod-jical. Mr. lnmnn is here under thu iiuspicos of Hutch and Couns, who have laeen taking him around the country. Mr. Inman secuivd a lot of gonal views and is going to write up the country in the form of a continued story in the Tribune. The trouble alio ut writing up this coun -try up is not in seeing enough but rather in finding language to descrilao what one sees. The Tribune is afraid that the |h>opk* of his constituency will not taelievo what he writes if he tries nde(|uutely to describe' the greatness and richness of this country. Wall Paper Call and see oursamples. All papers shown, carried in �took-no express to pay-no waiting for goods. Baby Carriages We have just received a shipment of CARRIAGES, 00* CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in the reed work, and elegantly upholstered. BRODIE & STAFFORD Seeding Time has commenced now, and if you need garden tools of any description, oar stock of garden and farm implements is complete, and em* braces the best from the leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY Tel. Mi Hardware fl-lit McQueen* go. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance f FOR SALE A 5.roomed cottage, new, heated, lighted and water connection. 5 minutes' walk from poBt office, a snap at tl,300 A 1 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 ."a-roourhouse anil 4 acres land, 1) miles north of city, 1,200 We ulso have residential lots from $40 up to..........1,1)00  We have a choice business property at 2,000 per lot-2 lots -no better site in the city. are appointed in the very finest style [dure will visit at the c and outshine any other of the CP. � It's travelling iicconuiiodatioii for I luxury and ease. There am six of those cars which were made especial- " ly for this traffic at Dayton. Ohio [ Th'K w,v>k ,n'" '",',ilN "f th�* *l',1"",h Tho Soo-Spokane trains start next : 1,uva �hh�n showing the result* of Monday, July 1st. Kach train will I l,M?ir "�,H"'8 '"' '"'Sleet tolals.r include one of the above mentioned Pno writing the government observation ears, a standard first- �re larger than thos.. of ItHiil. 'class sloeiaer and a flrst-dnsa coach. T,,e P">''le School leaving claa.* in-!six tmins will l�o In commission en jtl,wloK � McCull,.ch. IL U-thbridge. ' - II- Kinniburgh, It. McDiarmid. Iv Sick, C! Dwihworih. .1 Walluce, l! Laliberty, Lillian Kane, l*-oiie Kane. P. Harding, II Hamilton, It McKay. V IVdcher. W I'niine, I-', liar rison, II. Keynolds. The-,., will coin- I , . ----. .' "~ - I plot" their examinations tomorrow afternoon The teachers' examination will Is.giu on Tuesday morning. CL A. IVMatlanil. principal ol Nb*�li -cine Hat Schools will tH. the pre -siding examiner. Those writinir on stiiiidiird \'l ex-aiiaitiulions aiv' X llanly. \' Crofts K. Cook, N. Harris, (1. Stafford. K. Johnston, II. Iliginboikaui. 1' Aliouarh. It Sherlock. W. Haley. !' Itose. W. Hyssop. .1. Miu-Uah. .1 Kenny ami Macbeth The Stumlard VII. candidii'tes are M. Mnddaugb. J. (' mi, Winuil'red Hyssop, |l. N'immoiis, (i Virtue, I' L Nminion*, W. Hyssop, himI C Hyssop. I. McCuiloch is the only Slandai'd Vl\. candidate. Compared with last year the num-lier of Standiinl V. impils writing'is thu same. In Sluudard VI. last year theiv were eight, and in StanduiHl VII. three, ami none in Standard VIII. The classes last year did remark -ably well and everyone wishes the classes success that will eclipse even the high standing taken last y.'-ur. i II. COXYUEAItE BLOCK. While Silk Blouses Silks in all shades Ponge Silk the favorite G. H. Johnston O. W. KERR CO. havt-. opened offices iu the Oliver BlocK. - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come und Bee the fumous Magruth land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. J 1261 How H, Ihmlon of Warner was In the elty r>n Tuesday. Hev. Wm. Hold on Sunday morning HI I s|wnk on "The llnptlsts in Hiih- sin." Hov, Wm. ltk�l(J returned yesterday from the llaptist Convention at lOrl-monton Mrs. T. \V. Crofts returned Mils morning from Inwn, where she was visiting her home. H. Nicholson leaves Saturday morn ing for Toronto. He Is going via Edmonton and Dauphin, W. .1. Vclson was In fttalirlne Hat yesterday refct'eelng Incrossn mutch laetwocn High lllver nnd the lint. .los. Morgan, H.A., will b* In Curd, el on next week as presiding examln-r nt the departmental examination Thos. H. Moffat of Crnnbrook. n. .. was in (he city this week, whlli> on his way to his ranch near Card-ston. Mrs. Southard gave n delightful At Hc.�k> on Tuesday afternoon hi honor of her guest Miss Munns of Cnlgnry. Humid ami Willie Henderson who have l>een attending Upper Canada College, Toronto, returned home on Sunday night. Mr. Henry Cherry, of Ijeihhrldge, who has been In town for n tewdnys left yesterday for Detrclt.-- Ottawa Kive Press. Haymoml Knight of Raymond Is ;