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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mt STORE OF QUALITY. Tartan nrid Quaker Brand Canned Goods in nil linca. WAQSTAFP'S Preserved Fruits in glaaa cannot be equalled. We,have a complete stock. Nekon (& Fraser PHONE 21 LETflBRlIXlE The Civk Banquet Our Natal Day (Si O' 1  rrrWv 3lOT5HxyoTolo_o^^ Meats,PoultrY and Game llnsnrivissed in excellence. Wo supply Uie be�t Uie market aHords. (live n� triiil. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 (Continued from Inst week> Will. Oliwr also i'n.s|i nari.v tiays, wlicn ihcro wn.s nii cloniciit that i>icog;ni/c(J no law. In roi>ly 'Ihos. 'McNnbl> spolce of the chancoM uicn had to buy lracticc and when Rkill and stamina failed, were* rather inclinod to rough it,'the local >team drawing the greater number of penoltict. . At first the game lool^ed easy for the locals as in a fcv minutes Skoith the EiigiiiiK and French Ckcsterfield Overcoats lor aprtii|. occur ev- thiiic if n strike did not eiy other week. .Major nclcltor in proposing the toiiHl of Our (Suesis, spoke briefly on the number of guests present and the distances they had come to Join in the celebration. He spoke highly of the work done by the Caflcts.^ Mayor Green of Itaymond iii reply spoke liighly of the royal treatment tlicy hnd rocoi\'cd at the hands of their hosts and hoped that wo would have them often. He had nskd Mr. Oliver the names of some of the , young ladies during the evening and i"'^'"*'*^'''' Mr. Oliver had Ijecn unable to Inform I Stanley him. lie said that judging by that |Ti�yW wt! must have a population of | at i^iichrist least 25,000. He said he could tell, i the name of every young lady in davs that it was thought a terrib^''""'''^. Pass ihto the net. In a short tirne Fra.ser notched another. High River then took a tiami in the game and scored. Kacli sMe scored one more, leaving tlic tally in favor of the Ixttiibridge ag-graleation by a-2. At 'times 'good was pi lyed, JL'oc Stanley, the visitors goal keeper played a star game. The line up was as follow.>i: High River Stanley Nelson lAiiiioges Raymond. Raymon�l would try to No Room on Top For More Quality for batter quality beer than the Al-b irtit Pride hraiui wouhl wear out a cise of 8hoes in the search for it. It 18 tt dear beer to brew, an acme b^r to buy beoatiHO , it diatv no more for your purchasinjj than inferior gooda We deliver cose lots right at your! door free t�f extra ridge the metropolis of the south. -W. W. Irwin liriefl.v proposed the Itoast of I he 25,000 Club In the absence of Alil.  K. A. Cunndnghau!. who hnd boeii called away. He told of the e.\;ir>ricnce of other cities with similar We give a brief,outline of what AUI. Cunninigham had intended saying: '''When tlin question of inauguration �>f the '2'>,(tf>0 Club was first proposed f iiil 1st defence 2nd dctenve Hnl dei'eiu'i.' rrace 1 every man, woman and chil/i in and out of Liethbrid(4e, 1 would lay particular stivsss on the good workwhich can 1.^ done by having the children in thA club, for what better way is there in developing a fealing of Civic Patriotism than by training them li� a knowledge of our city and tiie most desirable object to strive for. We ourselves ^jarn in the process of efiucation. You will observe from this that the intention is thorcfori? a lioost for Lethbridge and district along Juflicious lines. 'J\ W. Manrahan, pres'ident of the Trades and Labor t^ouncil answered to the toast, heartily endorsing the 2.'>,000 Club. He was glad to sec ro mnny at the haiH|uet, but vos especially pleased with the democratic oir which iiervar. Shoop, fUcina, Wis.. Larfia jars 50 c�nt*. Sold by .T. D. Higinbot^ain k Co. A Methodist negro exhorter shouted: "Come up an' jine de army of de Lord." I'se done Jined," rcplietl one of the congregation. j \Vhhr'd yuh jine?" asked the ex- I horter. "In de Itaptis", Church.'' * "yuh oin't in do army, yohs in . Higin-botham ic Co. iii(Mi)(i)�r(S(iiS)rr^ ROYAL ^ HOTEL* TABER. ALTA. �** � � � � . Irvine & Lcmoh, - Proprietors lUtM $1.50 ond $3,00 ptr Dty fyMpiH or CiMtfN Nwlli4lfcst.; jMpetreAiTieouuTioNs. AMT. (f^D aeaiiifre� arettea-'e 'Oanlniai. la MaaUttM.^aaakatehawaa Albarca.'�tc�|Hiiifl>l .sml M. aei r��erfc�. may Mr ajiaiMteaaea by aaypataea wne is se^a h|ii#i'�r  family, or ,aa* mala a*erW years oftgertaiiae �Bt>Htoroiie>4nsrMrsesU0B at IM acna. iaore ar les*. ,tga*r; aiusttMi maae parsonatiy.'si ifea loesi isaa olb�rfmnn iss(4(u( rwiik tk* tether ^ei j nolher. I I. If O.e MtUer b�s kis rermaasot nsl�eac� I upea fsrntliig Isnd owned by klm la ike vieta-iiyarklsfcanesiesd, lbs resnlreKs'nu ss to residence jnty be saittacd by residence uhob ikeasid.isM. 'Wamonks' aatlcstn wrtUag should bs.gtvsn ta the OMiiiBisstaiior of IMmtatos Stomach weakness, always. And the heart, and kidneys as well, have their controlling ar inside nerves. Weaken these ner*es, and you inevitably have weak vital organs."' Hero is where Dr. Shoop'a Restorative has made its fanu;. Ko other remedy over claims to treat the "inside nerves." Also for bloating, biliousness, bad breath or comiplexion, ii^e Dr. Shoop'a. JlestOrative. Write for my free Rook now Dr. Shoop's Restorntivo sold by .1. D. Higinboth-am & Co. FOR SALK., For Sale-/t cori-espondence coiirse in good school. Owner iinal)le to go on with it. .Xpply tollox O, Herald attca. FOtWD. V A sum ot moiw'y on May Uth. Owner can have abuiu by proTiug property and payioK for thia advertisement. Address Bta 331, LfethliridKe. ^ Us (he farmer who has licautified his home surroundings with trees, shrubs and plants who will not lie ashamed ol his home when a nclgK -ihor of bygone jreara visits him. NOTICE. TAKE NOTICK that under the provisions, of Sec. 'i33. Chap. 37, Revised Statutes of Canada, lOOti, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company intends to apply to the Hoard of Railway Commissioners for Canada, after the expiration of four we^ks frotn the date of the first publication of this notice, or so soon thereafter as the application can he heard, for Authority to construct, naiiitaiti and o|ierate a branch of the CaiUdian Pacific Railway com-BMM;lB(''^a|,points on its CniiWs Nest Branch-in Section HI, Township 7. RanKe 10, West 4th. meridian, in the Province of Allierta, and running frou thenca in a South-westerly dir--ection to-a point on aaid Section; thb location of which aaid proposed branch ia more particularly shown on a map or plan, profile and book of reference, deposited in the Calgary Irfinid Titles OfRi* on the"8th day nf April. A.D,, 1907, as Xo, "Ry.08'; notica of whidi deposit is also hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the saiil section, C. IIRINKWATER. Secretary. Dated thia 24th Day of April, A. P. A.907. M Tlie Si:^ vo<') and as lotp^^*' f IS* The "Signet of Surety " and price plainly sewn on inside pocket of every Semi-read/coat. Semi-ready Tailoring UTHARD, L-EixH bridge: We believe in ALBERTA The Land of Golden Opportunities. We have soma special soh'cted tracts of very fine land IN THE DISTRICT .tlM. loin. b�r8""� Stirling ami Warner: Write to o�r (Vnenil OHic� lor ii.lonii.tioii. e. nNOWLES, General Agent i LAND DEPARTMENT Duluth, Minnesota, U. S. A. / 1 i fiitttMUt...........Mtrtfttt-MMMMttMi tmtm Troil morK$ Co.. Lid. Iron Gistings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns^ Sashweights^ yiLL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIH^ VftlVM ......sagf Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Metal BOILER REPAIRS OF ALU KINDBl OOMPKTKNT BOILKRMAKER SENT OUT ^^ HEN REQUIBEO \ ;