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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 433 . MRCDONRLD&CO h t .I1 : a: Our storks are now very complete' in all depnrttnenU of th�s store. Can say with ton-lldoiico our showing of merchandise for (hit spring and summer trade oiiUclnsAt* any former effort, either in assortment quality or price. You will say so. too. if you exumine our slock. Moilldm*. Mill 1uih organized an Ahl.nhtnblln (Huh. Mrs. d. K. ItughMoii will not receive next Ttiemlny. \V, ('. Ivom If* nwny on 11 business (rip to Nr-lwOn, IVC, Mrs, lllnlr Itlpiey returned home mi Wednesday afternoon. Hev. J. K, lluglmon will preach ti 1 i Conldale at 8 p.m. on Sunday. Mrs. ArrnWHtnith Ik In from the ranch visiting Mrs. Hutchinson this, week. Wattle: 11 McKay spent Sunday unci I Just to Hand the (Mid use. Full Car of Fresh Groceries Coittaing C. & B. .lams and Pickles, Smith's Pure -linns mill Jellies. California Kv. opornted Fruits, No. 1 brands Canned Fruits and VegotaNe*. CAU OOILVIK'N 1IOYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR, no better made. Christie's Sodas and (Iruham Wafers, fresh and crisp, direct from factory. Monday in Cranbrook, II.C, visiting I pntlcson bin sister. P, MucDomtld 0/ Calgary, general lujgcnt for the Londoml.4incuHhire Life ' Assurance Co. .spent Tuesday in tills !oity. IJov. A. W. It. Whitemnn and wife, I of CnnUtoti passed through the city Wednesday, returning from the Synod mooting at Calgary. (V W. MlkiMtotic. mull iw.nlly C. IV It. HUperihtendeiK. nl Moose tfuw. Sunk., won in 1 ho city yesterday. ('. P. P. Cnnyhenre, Kloft tin; Ilutfplttil for 11 few hours last evem Ing to at loud the Hoard of Trad'! meeting' Mrs, b iiionton, in the mines over which H. l.lvingKtom* Is Siiporlntcnd(*nt. mi, Baby 1 College at Cardtton. We liav�- just rcctMvcd a sliipiiionl of CARRIAGES, CARTS and CARRUORS. Pretty'.tariRM in th� re�t work, and elegantly upholstered, 'Mi The Cresbyterlan Synod In session j at Calgary last week decided to es- j tnbllsh a college at (*nrdstnn to bo ': known as St. Andrew'.s College. All) j branches of work will be taken up I including music and the piddle school ' J conrhos. The Synotl decided also to estub * : Hsh a western church paper. Aubrey . l-'ulltuton of l'>Iinonlon will be editor ' and manager. The MacliMid l*resbyte,'\ divid- ed forming the Mac.leod and Itigh Jliver presbyierios, hXmonton \\as also dWIded forming the new Pi*t*s* hylei'y of Veruilliim. ( \ theological college will be es- BRODIE STAFFOR S3 i The t) in two week. W. Kerr Co. are bringing cars of land seekers It seemed as if nhoiit the half of *jn8 Magrath was in the city on Tuesday nix.rsity ,�t Strathcn ln*HJ Among the familiar faces seen were. �oj 'fhat unlll the M rs I. Kenny and Mrs. Wall work . JOHNSTON Druggist mid Stationer. LOCAL BUDGET. For Sale only by % J. D. Higinbotham & Co. fWUy and piapmaiiitf Chwnuate LBTHBRIDGE. The Western Warehouse and 'Trntw-f r Cu. started delivering ice yester- *lay. Mrs. A. M. Uitchie leaves on Saturday on an extended visit to the �>ld eountry. I he local branch of the I locker Si>-. . The recoimner.diitIon of the committee I . a The memt>ers of the Mocker Society are r�pu*sied to rememt�er tin* meeting noxt Monday evening. (�. U, McPhe*� of Coleman spent Tuesday in th.* city on his way back from a vlnit to Ontario and \e� York State. MI�n l^al 'dla McCulloch returned home on Sniiirilny from Cnlgnry, v her,, she has been at tending Nor unit Scluad. John Piehe spent over a week In Kdmonton. lb* was buying livestock. He sitys Kdmoiiteti is a lively place but Ivthhridge has it llimiih-d for climate. LAID OUT FOR SUBDIVISION 4 +r.W Hev. Win. Held left on Monday morning for Poiioka to ordain the new Itaptist minister there, as re-�I nested Ity the |MMiplo of that ckureh. fsou I*. .J. Turner, formerly accountant � in the lorn I la'auch of tlio Hank of Coinmenv. has resigned his position as manager of the brunch at (ileichen to take a special position on the travelling stalT of the bank. A special sermon to young men will Ik? preached next Sunday evening in the Baptist Tal�ernncle by llev. W. Ilohl. Subject: "The opening of the Kyes of u Young Mnn." Miss Annie Powell will sing. All young men invited to this service. A evening lb�\. .1. K llugh-giive an interesting lenipermire At the evening s�*rviee of Wesley Church on Sutuliiy. .Mrs. S.\-vr annnm llev. A. (fordou returned m- ithren years tt* the Udhbridge Ixidies morning to Calgarv to attend i w,,,rh ** n,,w "W"'*'"* �� � 1 joint stock company. day llie S,\ wm| meeting*. I am authorized to offer few days only, either twenty forty acres, south east Agricultural Grounds at ^ 1  1 'The First Convocation of the  Mrs. Hubbard, the Cmlvill.*. Oeorge son ^ Co. demonstraor, who has been advertising the firm's goods at Nels ti & l-'raser's for several duys left for Medicine Hat on Ttn*4dny night. lk*forc� leaving, Mrs. Hob  hard on Ichnlf of the linn donnti*d thni� dozen packages of their fainous Jelly p��wders to the Wi'sley^ Church Ladies Aid for use at the hiuupiet. Mrs Hubbard will ret urn to make the ttt.i ami cofho gi\en by Nelson & KniM*: tut the lanmiet. 'J !i� luisitiess iikmi ai�l oiti/pus ^onorally nn* r**-i|hos!h1 to ileisoral** their propcMtirn on May W next I t 1 1 I versify of Alberta. Easj Terms The at�ent ton of all t'ni\ersit.\ graduate^ n-sidiug in the Province is * directed to the I'uiversity Act of IVOd, pros idtug t'tu' the establish . nwnt and incorporation of a t'niver-  This property every respect and perfect across ��1 l)t high. Fortunately his fall was Convocation of the t'nixersity. a revitul b�n. ! hfoken and iMWond a few lo*ais**s and Section H mids as f�� 1 �\\s. "The first t'uinuuitioii of the t'ni\ersitv A. A. Mullndlnnd. a leading inane- ( j hfoken and !>eyi�nd a f0w braises and , .a general shaking no hi* was not in- road from land that is being sold at from $600 to $850 acre and fers magnificent profit to an individual or small syndicate � i facturer of CnmpUdlford, Out.. I eel) nominated as the Liberal didute for tin* I louse of Commons bye-elect Ion in Kast Northumberland, lint. II* is a brother of Miss Mul-holhinsl. who hasumnv irhuuls here ami at Pincher Cre��k. I,ns*jhired. can- % On Suialay the h�ral !odg�� of the I.O.O.K. attemleil divine �:�rvUv Knox Church. Ih�\. A. M. (Jordon the principles of the characters of Pnvid as tlte basis of his till \ oddfidlaws shall consist i>f all graduates of any A SlllxliVislOIl* preached upoo order using t h and Jonathan tbeine. About nl leiidisl sor* u at Lady's Ready-to- Wear Waits your inNjtection Kvery gar Keen. Knittings with insertions to meitt is fifsh. crisp, immaculate and imilth from .*� cents uji to l.'t cent^ made umler the best conditions. I-Vh-j t*�osi>t cover lloumings from 11! to rics am excellent, proportions and ^ Id inehe* wide. ;i.V, I**e, 15c and styles jwrfoct. ftnish su|K>rior, trliuni*. 5tii i Department. A World Whitewear. ings of the newest and most approved designs, even the least exjienstve bears closest critical examination. coitsicr COVKHS. In ez'piislto styles and finest finish, in lawns, nainsooka, lingerit*s and a Mover eiiihroiderii�s, trimmings of embroidery nnd finest Valenciennes laces and insertions, from cents lip to s'J 00. Mdlll MHKSSKS. I'inest nainsook slipover and mother huhbard fttylcH, lace and embroid-i�ry trimming, short ami long sleeves PNDKHSK1HTS. Charming skirts of fine Kuglish long cloth, with trimmings of every J Indian linen, made with extra description, deep lace ilounces, em-hroideriel year to on.* oi the leading churcheH of Winnipeg, but refused to leave his charge al l�ucnitd>e until he had completed his fouryears tii.'ie whieh in tin* tiMiml time a MelhodUt niinisier stays in one church. He is consider^! one of the best preachers among the younger men of the Vllwrla Cotifeiimee. CidverHtiy in His Majesty's ponim , ions hivinu the degrees of Itaehetor 1 or Master nt \rts, Hachelor, l.lcmi-Mlale or Doct�r 01 Uiu or of Cisil UiH, Daeheior or D u'tor of Medicine MnelM*s as uieinU'i-s of such convocation in the olllce of th the provincial Secretary in which he shall en ter the names of graduates who are entitled to 1h� mend*ers of the first convocation upon their producing to him satisfactory proof of their qualification under section A, and upon the payment of th** fee of , $*J, an I 1 he entry upon the register ut the name of any tK*rson shall he coneptsive e\ jdence that such person is a member of the eoiiv oration and is entitled to vole as snch \ ri'g'ister for the enrtdm>'id tilth'' im-nil-ers of the first convocation 01 the rnlversity of AllNTta as abox.* outlined is now open in the olfice ot the Provincial Secretary where enrol uieut may l*e made at u\\\ luue upon SPEAK QUICK-The spring boo vance the price in a few days. 0 $325 $325 G new let ef fine silk underskirts JUST fctCElVCD Excellent Values H. 1 ohnst n Pro mpt D�ltvery Telephone coutpl.v 1 up With l lif inri-pidng citndi l ! P;-o in the Pasadena-.Mtadonn llill!*0"**- ( ('limbing Content averaged tiO l-� ' oil applications fur enrolment miles per hour, making better time should le addressed to the Honor -than cars of higher price. OJncial' aide The Provincial Secretary, Kd-1 Jmouton, AllH'rta. a :f�l t: t  Wholesale and Retail. Tina Heo Itilirli . Mitchell P'dlman Praukliu Klmore Neora Dorris Maxwell Maxwell Prankliu K nox *J cv 1.  i  i 1 'J'i hp 'Jo 1 * tti 'Jo I I 1 1 1 2;. PJ 'Jo 1 I t 'Jt I 1 to  > v ^I'J.VI $2000 $1h50 $ 1800 �2500 SlKoO $2.r>00 S83ft $8000 $2800 1000 Teams Wanted. Fine �:20 Jl:08 2..Vi * 3:21 8:44 Vbout ten teams are Wiittteil at one,, tohiiul grain from the Silver Karat to the Columbia Klevator, I.eihbridge. I cents jter bushel paid Try ilio lt*it*li�g[ 1 for hauling. Apply to L. & Los Angeles Times. JOHN A. BIIA'HII, Cherry residonco. mm -.Mitt, 4 � u ;