Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
July Remnant Sale Clearing Prices on all Short Ends and Oddments EMBROIDERIES, endsof 1 to 5 yards DRESS MUSLINS, ends 2^ to � yards ZEPHYRS & GINGHAMS, 3 to 7 yuiUa LACES, ends 2 to 8 yards WHITE WAISTINGS, tine goods any lenRth WOOL DRESS GOODS, end. 2^ to 5 yards T rk\/f�1v Qflirf 'Waiof J^llltQ Broken ranges, but nl] sizes represented in the l-*OVeiY Oniri W aiSt OUllS cpme early and get good choice. Blue and Cream Lustre Suits, regular 7.50 for 5.50 Muslin Suits, white, fancy and plain, re^rular 8.00 for (i.OO LADIES' CLOTH SUITS- Only a few left, styles are correct. Prices at saving of 3 to 5 a suit A BARGAIN -White Pique, White Duck, Cream Panama, Cream Serge, SHIRTS AT Lustre. Good value in SHOES. White Canvas OXFORDS for men, women and children. A. Macdonald (& Co. Moth Bass -FOB - Pattinc Away pars -IX- A few left, going at reduced price. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Tl>� uhok. r.P.H. stnlT got n �10 Xae Ktartiiig .Juno 2r>th. W. Wo.ilf, IM.P P., Cawlston ati/l I.. M. Cannon, Salt Lak� City, si>ont � Moiwlay in the city. Mrs. and 'thn Misses McOluiX!, Hiir -il��lt St. will rccoivo on tho last Friday of each niontli. POU SALE-Soda Fountain com -plwtf. Apply J. .1. Johnston, Drug-Bist, Jjethbridge. Mr. J. R. Kthvai'ds of Ijotlvl)rif the .1. Ilrown I'o. LtKl., acconvpiin-iiKi liy his soil, s|M'nt Friday last in the city, while in his way to look (ivorhis liinht": inierpsts in H. C; W'ilhur and l.lo.^l Cook� of Goorgu-towM, Ont., lirothors of A. 11. Cooku of Hamilton and YoiinK, arrived in the cit.v; on Sunday night. The br.illi i-rs are hoih lacriis.io players, Ijloyd having played goal �'or the Acton luaiii in thn iiH>'niodiale C.L..V.. W'iltiur was a honu- |>la.vor on the snri'O team. Fresh from tbe Springs A shipment of Abilena A natural cathartic mineral w.iter. A mild and gentle laxative. Useful for torpid liver. J. D. Hiiinbotluun i Cs. Faaiiiy and Diapi�tng Cbemiats SPECIAL AGENTS lohn Hroas St. Mark Drumm the genial editor of the Frank Paper s|ient Saturday and Sunda.y in the city. IKTrs. nraham, wife of C.P.B. agent Gi'ahnm is expeetcKl to arrive in Lieth hritlgc on the first Soo-Spokane train Kov, R. Hanicn of Warner was in the chfy on Tuesday. Rev. Wni. Reitl on SutHta.y morning will K|ieak on "The Uaptists in Russia." Rev. Wm. B?id returned yesteixloy from the RaptiKt Convention at B-out three months, having secured a large surveying contract from the l''i..Kt Kootonny Ijuniibei' Company. - Cranbrook Herald. fro�n Corson, Iowa. Messrs. Hamilton and Morgan have bwn aii|iointe(l examiners of the de-|iartnKcen such an edicient and popular memlier of the local post-olhce staff for the past year, so\ers her connection with this oHico next week. Miss Parlotto in -lends spending a few weeks visiting Pincher Crcok, in which office she in was fur fi\e .vears, before going to i her home in Winnipeg. All Oddfellows in Leth1)ridge are urgently requostad to l� present at the coiiiTiienioration .service on Sunday ai'ti'i-nonn. The commiitlcc in charge of the proceedings are spar -ins no elVorts to make the service an intcrestin.s? one. Visitors in the city are invited t to the old public i-ometery. Tlio Lrt'thliridg-e Brass Band will be in nttentiance and Major Burnett has kindly consented to act as Marshall for the da.v ivrv�YYVi*'rri'*'rrrrrn-'ininininir>ivr^^ FINE TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN 30,000 Men It is impossible to estimate accurately but judging from the sales reported by the makers of 20th Century Brand garments no leas than 30,000 men wore them last season and the number is increasing every year. No other make of clothes in Csnada is so popular and this popalarity is based on the fact thiit thejr embody the fonr essentials of good clothes, viz., good cloth, correct style, thorough tailoring and perfect fit. Wc are Sole Agents. Prompt ]>�IIv�ry T�lfphOM 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. gute. I Miss Pora Rogers has returne>dfrom ,Mis8 Veal's Ijadies' iloarding School Tcronto, She won the highest murks in her year in the examinations just closed. A lawn social .trill be given this evening coimnencing at eight o'clock at the resldonce ol Mrs. P. L. Nnis-mJth, under tbe auspices of Knox Church Ler and a first-class coach. Stanley TufI is oH to Denver, Col., for a month's holiday. Geo. S. Hoaglin of Burdett was in the city on Wednesday. Hiss Lucille Eckstyrm rtumod home from Seattle, Wash., on Tuesday night. B. C. Moore left Monday morning for Hartland, N.B., to meet Mrs Moore, who wil.l return with him-. The improvements on the Dallas Hotel building is to 1m? started at once. A third s'toi�y is to be put on. The new scales at the A.R. & I. rmines started work on Tues-day. They are tbe finest of their kind in the province. DIED-On Juno 17th, Flora Oeral-dine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al-Ixsrt Cfctton, of 113M Pacific St., Vencouver, aged 9 years. Regular local va.V-freight service l^etween liethbridge ami Medicine Hat will start next Monday. Tho trip will go one way each day. The Calgar.v local in futura will run through to Calgary awl return tlie same way. This will do away with the changing of cars at Mac-leod. The annual n�oting of the liicensed Victuallers .Association of Alberta, of which C. J. Eckslorm is .second v ce-president, will be held in Calgary oh July 9th. Miss Miargarct Shorthouse of the Alberta Ladies College is spending a few days in the city, the guest of Miss LiZ7.ic Kinntburgh, before returning toher home in Talier. As Monday will lie Dominion Day Rev. J. M. Harrison, pastor of Wesley Church will sueak on Sunday evening on the subject, "A True Patriot." '1*6 morning theme is "The. Conditions of Spiritual Power.". in the published list of those who had it3gistered for the first convocation of the .\l1)erta Proviocittl) University, the only Liethbridge names seen were those of .los. Morgan B. A., (Queens), and Rev. I>i,vid Jcnes, B.A., (St. David's). The engagement is announced of Miss Gertrude E. McDonald, cnly daughter of Mr. anh Mrs. J�nies MacDonald, of Tamworth, to Mr. Stephen B. Mitchell, C.P.R, agent, Taber, .\ltn. The marriage will take place quietly this month. Geo. W. Heathcrshaw one of the enterprising citizens of Ma'grath, "l*e Guixlen City of Alberta" was in Liethbridge the other day inviting friends out to his Garden City to ihave sonae of their home grown straw4)erries in a few days. He says the strawberry crop outlook is fine. The North Star Lodge A.F. and .A.M., Lelhbridge -^ttended divine service in a Ijody last Sunday at 3t. .Augustin's Church, Rev. J. S. Shivers delivered a suitable sermon in which he spoke of the noble principles governing the' order. About eighty mroui'bors of the craft were in the parade. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co. Iveld its annual meeting on Monday evening, there being a large number of shareholders present. The Board of Directors of last year were re-elected. V. Sick is President, R. F. Iteeve, vice-pros.; W. S. Fairfield, secretary-treasurer. The directors placed a good balance sheet befoix; the shareholders. The public school stall scatters this week for the niidsitimncr vacation. Messrs. Hamilton and Morgan are on the examining board at Edmonton, H. R. Long is to spend his vocation at Lacombe, R. R. Davidson in Calgary, Miss Ninunons in Winni|X'g, Miss MacKay and Miss Furseare to take a trip to tlie coast and up to .Vlaska, Miss Robb will vLsIt her sister at Ijacombe, Miss Newton wiill 'spend the holidays at Butte, Mont., Miss A$[idy is going home to Haniil -ton, Ont., for the season, Miss Mc-Clure will visit at the coast. rr" I?'V The Tcating Tine. I>e in commission n Six trains will the service. Robert Harwood, who has been the J piano playx-r at the Junction i-esort for some tlniie was found dead on the prairie by John fluid, on Friday evening. Harwood was evidimtlywoll educated and of good family, i�as a clever musician but drink and cocaine has reducntlttnd, principal of Modi -cine Hat Schools will be the |)io -siding examiner. Those writintr on standard VT. examination's aiv: N.'Hardy, V. Crofts E. Cook, .V. Harris, G. S'talTord, F. Jolmaton, H. Higinbothani, V. Miobach, R. Sherlock, W. RAley, F. Rose, W. H.yssop, J. Macliinh, .1. Kenny ami F, Macbeth. The .Stumlai'd VII. candidates a 1%: M. M�dduug4i. .1. Cinn, Winuifred Hyssop, l>. Ninimons, G. Virtu*;, C. O. Niminons, W. Hyssop, ami C. Hyssop. I. McCulloch is the only Standaiil VII, candidate. Compared with liist year the mim-ber of Standai-d V. pupils wriliii'g is the same. In Standard VI. lust year Miore were eight, and in Standard Vll. thixw, and none in Standuid Vlll. The classes lust .year did renwirk -ably well and everyone wishes tlio classes success thnt will eclipse even the high standing taken last year, Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our 1907 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. Wall Paper Call and onrssmples. AU papers shown, oarrisd in stock-no spress to pay-no waiting for goods. Baby Carriages We have just received a shipment of CARRrAGES, GO-CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in the reed work, and elegantly upholstered. BRODIE & STAFFORD i Seeding Time has cominenced now, and if you need garden tools of any descrip-tion,.,our stock of garden aad farm implements is eomplete, and embraces the best from the leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY Tel. 66 Hard war* Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance FOR SALE A 5-roomed cottage, new, heated, lighted and water eonnec-tion, 5 minutes' walk from post office, a snap at tl,3O0 A 7 roomed bouse in first-class coadition, 1 acre of ground. Yours at............,.........................1,600 A small payment down is all we require on either of these properties. A S-room^house and 4 acres land, Ijj miles north of city, 1,200 We also have residential lots from $40 up to..........1,000 We have a choice business property at 2,000 p�r lot-2- lots -no better site in the city. ' OlMte Silk mm Silks in all shades Ponge Silk the favorite G. H. Johnston O. W. KERR CO. havfe opened offices in tbe Oliver Bloch, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magratb land, now oo tha market. We have also a few choice sectionu in Warier district. : T. S. MeKENZIE. Ueal Maaager.