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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta - *! itim -n r "n-miWii-i lit i, PILES OF SUMMER GOODS We have no fenr;of Buying our showing of Fine Fancy Dress Muslins cannot bo beaten by any one store in Alberta, and we might wifely My the same of our full line Wash tioods, including Zephirs, Ginghams. Prints and Vesting. However, see them and judge for yourself. Persian Lawns Goods so much wanted, tint? shur quRlity. Prices 25, !!0 und line. Ginghams Fine range of Washing Ginghams in small and mcdinni checks, good value at \2$r, I'm? and 20c. Laces and Girls' Skirts A of receiving, should have reached iih three months ago. Now they are here We'll have to slaughter prices to clear them out. Set- our window Sat unlay. If you want good S1IOKS at reasonable prices, come to us. A. Macdonald (& Co* Mill i'e Little's Sheep Dip, 75c. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist nud Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. The Vane You All Know 7SUTHERLAND SISTERS 1-Yiilnv tity T. I.. Mneklrm litis returned In llii' H. Iiecn appointed Hose has night policeman on tin* cit.v force. John A. Silver is the owner nf n fiii>' touring car. recently arrived. Ili'v. Harden who is supplying the work loft Pi the Inle |{ev>. |.\ K. Cory preached in Warner on Sunday.  I. I.. Maiiwaring until recently hooU.kee|ier for tin* Western Station-i>ry Co.. has joined the stall of W. It. Dobbin. A. .1. Mclean has sold his house to .lohn I III m i 11 tin. lately su|>crin-temlcnt of the Talier mine, who will reside in this cit.v. I. I. Km'.In returned on Tuesday morning from a mon-th's trip to Toronto, Montreal. New York. Chicago and other Kustcrn points. Howard Case and II. Link went to . W. Kerr Co. for use here. Cleaner. The people all look mother anil hersolf in their recent to this for luxuriant hair. -i.civitvelii.-ni.  i " I Hon. .1. II. Ijimont. Hon. I'Ycd i tlaultain. N'onnnii Mckenzie and It, H. Kokc of High tft.V tills Wif'k. .Mrs. Mtlgnr >. till) w reive during this monthi .1. Steele of lli'ownlng, Mom., eiiiiw tip from the south this week. .1. March or.Ik-troll vviih In town this week looking for n hoinestend. Dr. T. .1. Court Ice of Maple Crvek Sns!\ city office looks much lieiter iio.w, tlic'Aoor iHjIng carpeted with cork carpet A new clock and a t,V|ie\vriter httxv Ihvh put I if. and a secretary-i reasurer has ttivcr is in the Ta� Oldcit Pion�er it OdAc On Siiiuluy moriiltig, W111 i it til S"l,�f-ford, known as the oldest of IjoIIi -bridge's old-lintel's, passed 'awuy nt the Onto Hospital after n short lib ness. On Thursday he \vus stricken with tt hr'mnioirliag' of th.' brain j brought on hy overexertion In tho 1 overseeing of a mine he was opening 'up on the Utile How. I The funeral rile* were performed on Tuesday, Kno.v Church was crowded with friends of the deceased, the old-timers attending In n body. Hev. A M. (lordon I'ondttctetl the service, tnking as hl.� Nciipture lesson the jljeaullful passage In I.-Cor. XV. A i|iuiiietti' including Messrs. Shearer, .Johnston, .IhivIm, and Dobbin ren -deivd "Crossing the Itar." The ser-\ ice over, the long lino of curriuge.t ' wended Its wuy lo the public coine- : tery, where In the presence of a large niiinler- of" friends who had known und loveil him for many years, -the mortal remains of William Stafford wf..... laid lo rest. Six old limerA, .Messrs. C. A. Magritlh. Dr. Ik-VeU't'. .J. P. Hlgfnholhain. 'I'hos. McNahb, Wm Henderson und II. Mftelletli us pnll-lKntrors.. carried the IkxIv to Its 1 tsi ix'hi lug ptttei*. j William Stafford thii ploneei' res!  dent of l.ethhridge, died In the On It Hospital S'lndriy morning of a hemorrhage of the brain brought on hy exposure in ,t drive from his mine ne:tr the Utile How lo his riinche In the Hlver lloiloii! here. The stroke fell on Thursday evening and he nev- :er ivgaincd complete consciousm'sm. I Morn in Pallia. Ayrshire. Scotland. Xot.-I'ith IrtpJ. Mr. Slnffoiil took up ininiiiir and iu the spring of IM71 cam.' 111 Nova Scotia where he wits employed fur a uumtier of years In The Acoiidia Mine, Westville. as foiv-1111111. In ISS'J he was engaged by the (Inlts as milling e\|�'i'l, and net-out -paniid the parly under Captain Itryttttt which was sent out to pros-pi ft for coal in the Xolih West Territories. The party made their wuy west via Port lUsiiiarck Journeying li.v boat from that point up the Missouri river to port Hellion, and Newest -designs and colorings. Our 1907 stock now 011 hand. Prices guaranteed. Baby Carriag We have just received a shipment of CARlUAGE^rGO'.^fl CAUTS and CAKKIKKH. I'retty designa in the reaA^ work, ami elegantly upholstered. 1, ' BRODIE & Seeding Tiisf has eoinnieuccd noW.'nntl'T nifd Harden Ux>ls of Btiy'di lion, our stock of garden niklva iiuplctnents is tH)in)>leto. n'h'tlL I traces the Wst f 10111 the l*auf l-'rank pord. deputy nttoruey general  f I!eci*ia: T II. McOtiif,. nnil .las. -Melsn.t. -i Prince AlU-rt and -I. T. w ll,,-vs l,u' ril> pol.it.^1 King's Counsel by the Sits-|11 ^ M,'s- f!- w- li"'niiso,. vine Scoiiit miners, whom he had em- | i.sil to ployed to develop the Halt mine. He I thence across country by leant to j Port Mncleotl. After prospecting along the Pig ' How rlvor mid other points Mr. Staf- j ford finally located the Cult mine at l.'lhbrldge. considering this the best coal Iu had sif-n in the country. ! Ketiiriiing to the east in the spring 1 St alto id brought his , number of Nova : of 188M. Mr. i'amliy west, .i'.no n V. McPhe.' the Ditltith landman, who has large hoi lings in Southern Allcrta lauds is in the city. Mrs. P. Colpmutt entertained her friends at an afternoon ten given in honor of Mrs. McKillop ami Mrs. Itreten.M' on Saturday. Kenneth pergasoti of Si. Thomas wav to null from the Harracks Oat., has Uva in the employ of thu . e*�rj s was out 111 full for.v. Kiiterprise l.umher Ct>. at Clniimholtu , ()|| su|,P,|lliVi ,|. w. Martin, recent- katchevcan governnienl. The local Cadet Corps attended Knox Church in a body on Simday motuiitg. Ilev. A. M. (iordon deli,-ered a strong seroton showing t'-at lie id.Mls ol the soldier were the ill, tils of 1nte in.inhooil. The boys para 1 ted the principal streets on their I'he Ion their way back from i . 1 he coast. lot (I us mine s l|>el iniendeiil till his l�r. o. .1. Court Ice 11 graduate of ��'��""t ion in IHVil, ami one year the Noitli-Wesleru I iiiversity I lent a I W,,K ai'P'diilwl the llrsl mine College. Chicago, has purchased the '�slM'l',"r for Alberta. ltcs!Mi.lng litis d.ntnl practice of Dr. H. Jackson. ! ,"s,t,on 1,1 l*v~ iw "Vt"�l � ^imnl and will shortly open 1111 ofllce in th,. I.v Dominion I .and Agent hell* and tor of the Diamond mine arrived m 1 nov Inspector of Dominion Land thhl of labor ih:>ii'. A uieeling lieid nor was the author uirdcr ilisciission. |�t the resideiuv of p. H. Davis was Short internstliig addresses were giv - | largely intended. It ujis dechliil to Whitney block. Teinporar.v offices "ill be line,I up in the Conldalo Hotel. Dr. Courtlce eonics from tiintoii. tint. Tl.os. liulerwood. miinaglng direc- Itiver I Agencies, received word of the death asl i ,,f i,jK mothei. Mrs. C. C. Mart in of fioderich. Out. Mr. Martin h'fl on Sunday morning and will im-cl ni> j brother. II. I.. Martin of Muosoiuiii. Isnsk.. at \\iniii|h'g to attend the 'funeral services. ,............................. morning and drove out to the mines in an unto. After 1 inking over the workings and pa.v iiifHlie men. he returned to the � ity and left on this morning's train for Nelson. II.C. 10 visit the Ih'v. I'. Pad Icy late It.ipllsl minister here. J. I.. Parker formerly assistant superintendent of 1 Salt mines under Supl. Simpson and now uf Itossland, 'and two daughters ule deceased. 15. P., one of th.- leading mining | The only surviving iiicmlyer of Mr uiiihorilies 01 thai province is in Stallord's family l.eiit); a sister. Mis Win. Kerr, resides in l^-thbrldge. life on his 1.niche till n year or two 1 ago. when he opened nn tiiik'peniK'iit 1 mill.' nl Woll Coulee iu the Utile llou, which has since engaged his' time. lie is survivisl by Mrs. SlalToril 1 ticc Miss Jane Cibb whom lie married ui Auchltileck, Dee. Jllst, IHtVJI) e.tul eleven children; William, a ranch � i nl Little Hoi* . John at pernie, Agnes 1 Mrs. A. M. Kossi Juneau. Alaska: Htchard al Paiiimnks, Alaska; Alex. II at l>'llibl idge; Ceorge. ]>>thbridge; Davhl at Colemun; Mar-Kiircl Jane tMrs. II. I'.. Kcllcv ); James Walter, p. lion Torrance ami \11nie, all of U-lhbridge. Due sou days ami vvus the ' I y Mrs. Plp.s on Hhtck Hock. CampNdl on the Sky Pilot, and J. I". Hiighsou on the |'ros|n>ple guarantee a good sum toward the stipend. Lady's Ready-to- Wear Department. ** : A World of � Whitewear. Walls your ili�t|K.'Cl ion. Kvery gar jsceti. I'*dicct our stock, kaovtng that you will go away stiiiKlleil wlllt what you have HI inches wide. Hoc. | coats. Allover. longNleeM'd, gingluun aprons. In large and small checks, the most appropriate ever made for only � �St. to. Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. the city for a few re|u, seiilat ive of the II. C. o|m'rators on i lie proposed Hoard of Coiieilia lion in the ret-eiit mining troublu. Mm. W. M. Williamson gave u musical mid literary evening In honor of .Mrs Humilloii. who leaves short I.v i for I j'thbriilge to reside. An instrumental was given by Miss Nesbitl. a cei'ialion by Mrs. Hamilton, a song by Mrs Wilson, a reading by Mitis Nouliou, a Scottish selection by Mrs. Wilson, a song by Miss White, n rending I iv Mrs. Unblock, an instrumental by Miss Porter, a song by Mrs. PliiM. a iveiiutioii by Mrs. Hamilton a s,,ns> by Miss llnrgrave, a vocal duet by Mrs. Hcvvrhiga mid Mrs. Mr-Paildeii. a leidiug by Miss Yuill. -Medicine Hal News. A message over the long distance telephone Saturday eVj'liing.' trout I umsdeii. Susk., announced the death �r.' on 'Saturday iil'teriioon of Helen 'wife of Win. Church, ami only sister of ilie late Mis D. I.. Mclnlyiv. of this ciiy. who passed away jusl one vui-k previous, almost to nil hour. Mrs Church was taken seriously ill with perilonitis the. week .Mrs. Mi latere died, Inn word of it was only received heii' u few hours before the tatter's ilea iii, so that the news was never broken to Iter. Neither did Mrs. Church ever know of her sister's death, us she was much too ill to hear the news ltnth sisters passed away without either knowing what had befallen the other. Mrs.- Church has visited frequently in this city, wheie she had many friends from the east, mid where she hud made many more, who vvii! deeply regret to hear of her death. She was greatly beloved wherever known, for her beautiful ! womanly ainl Christian qualities. She leaves a husband aiidlvvo daughters. Mrs. II T linker, of Umtsdcn. mid Mrs 1 V Dennett, of |,ih bridge, who were all with her nt the "tiin.' of her death. The remains will reach the city this morning and in-leniieul will lake place al St. John's churiii.vard. the late Mrs. Church being laid beside her mother and sister. The funeral will be private.-Maul -tohft Proa Press. D is reported that Harney Scott in.iy eotiie back to Ij'tlibridge for the summer. He is in Ctaivsliolm. Iloltsl-'.S Si'HAYP.D. Sl.'i reward will be paid for the return of three burses, vt/., one mare liuiii buy about 7"" lbs., one roll I veais old. dark hay about DlllO lbs.: one inn re two years old. .orrell. ull are branded S H on left shoulder mid vented b.\ s.tfue letters inverted li left - lop. .1. MOliOAN'. I^thbridge. Lcthbrtdge, Alberta, Canada Real Estate Insurance FOR SALE A 3-roomed eottsRa, n�w, Leatad, lighten! anil water coiinec. liiiti, 5 uiiuutea' walk from post olfice. a snap at 11.:ICO A 7-roomatl Lonw in Hrst-class contlition. 1 acre of ground, Vours at......................................1,01 H) A small pay men t tlowp in all we ryiniir* on either of these properties. A ."i-riHiin house ami -I acres lantl, 1^ miles north of city, 1,200 We also hav� resiilential lots from f-IU up to..........l.t'OO \NV liavi; a cliuice business property al 2,000 | *r lot no liPtter site iu the city. 1 CO.NVUKAHP, HI.OC1C. Wanted, iiiniirtiii Alxiul 10 Acres, close to cily, to sub-diviile liy purchaser with 95,000 cash to pny ilowu. (live location, price anil bt�t terms, litis S, ttejuhl ( MlicMt McKcnzie & Roy ELECTRICIANS IhitWr* in (Electrical appliances. Mutorr, Private Telephoned, Annunciators, Klectroticrs, Shade*, etc. Consult us for economical house li�htiiiK. Olliet*- Kcilpath St . Lelhbrido.tt IMtoue 2( 11 Teams Wanted. MioiiI leu learns are wanted al , once tohitul grain from the Silver' Parui to the Columbia Klcvator. ! I .el hbriitge. i cents per bushel paid-for luiiiling. Apply 1o JOHN A. KIIA'KIt, Cherry rosidiincc G. A new lot of fin^ -silK. underskirts JUST RCCtJVtD Excellent Values H. Johnston Dinna Forget" 40 Acres Scotland in Song and Story Nannie Slraclian and Gavin Spence THI8 EVENING AT 8.30 in (he PrctbyterUn QhurcK Aduiissiou, 76 Cents. Close to-city, for snb-di>'jsioi| ,pur^ puses, wanti'tl by purchaser 15.000 cash to pay down.; (iive lo�% cation, price a ml best terms. Box' S, Herald OtHco. - '" __.. � - '�: ji i$t A genilemuit from 1-atCrowKj W/ls,, was iu the city tlw other iltty,.:*'|( |,� saw the l^thbl'ldge-laiCrossit viuvit �. ami says that tlie'toiuu roprM)tll'i|J this city is it fast hunch mid *u\iraK much impressed vUh thu Wfty" la. which they went up ugttliisl \V|l'ltr^ is [buppotioU to bo 1'ustur company. 5716 ;