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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY.' Tartan nnd Quaker Brand Canned Goods in all lines. WAQSTAFP'S Preserved Fruits in glnsa cannot be tniuallud. We have a coin pick1 stock, Nelson r' jhliu. lie said that Judging by that T".v,�r j we must have a population of at Clllchrlsf j least So.rion. He said he could tell, "roWM jthe name of every young lady in !'^'"'"Kes : Raymond. Itaymond would try to Awards follow l^thbtlilges example. We're i,,nUl,r!,n" proud to b hi-r neighlKirs and proud ito acknowledge Ixthhrldgc the 'metro|>olis of the south. ! W. W. Irwin briefly proposed the (oast of ihe Ufi.OOO Club In the absence of Aid. K. A. Cunninghaie. who had I..vii called away. He told of tin* experience of other cities with similar clubs. We give n brief out -line of what Aid. Cunningham had , intended saying: "When the question of inauguration of the 25,000 Club was first proposed I !'iid�>nvoivd to idnee the respou-*er sii llity �.f th. (OotitiiiiMKl from list w*>pk) THK t.AOROHSK (Mil. Owing to the exceptionally long time taken by the Imwlmll tennis in getting through their playing ami waste time, the licrosse game w.i.h not pulled off until after five o'clock ami wns cut off at half the usual time. High fllver club were the it|>|H>nmtt� of the local club and proved worth* foemen. Both teams showed limit id practice nnd when skill and stamina failed, were rather Inclined to rough It, the local'team drawing the great-er number of penalties. At first the game looked easy lor the locals as In a fev minutes Mkelth knocked down a high pass into the occur ev- I net. '"'a short time Fraser notched j another. High Itiver then took n In the game and scored. K.ach side scored one more, leaving the tally in favor of the l/thln-ldg,- aggregation by !�-2. At times good lacrosse wns pi i.vnd. Doc Stanley, the visitors goo) keeper played a star game The line up was as follows: High Itiver Stanley I .Milloss .Vaugh goal point cover |M>lnt I st defence 'Jnd defen-p ilrtl dcfmiee centre Ird home 2nd horn,. 1st hoiin. outside horn inside home l-ethhridgc A. Scoti , Stewart J Cooke I O'Ronnrlt I levies Itiploy Vlex. Scott Skeilh Mc.Uullin llohson Fraser (in* inaugural address on to buy l.teoniis.* it onaU no more for ,,l0 Bhi.iilileni of His Worship. Mayor your tmruluiHinir than inferior gootla Onibroith. The burden of the move-We deliver ease lols ri^lit at your door free of extra eost. 1*1 in* wnd you fn-e, for Catarrh, r. Shoop, Kaclne, ', Wis. Larga Jam 50 rent*. Sold by i .1. D. Itlglnbotham 4 Co. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. t FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE A Methodist negro cxhortcr shouted: "Come up an' Jine de army of de Lord." 't'se done Jlned." replied one of the congregation. "Whnr'd yuh Jlne?" asked the es-horter. "In de Hnptls' Church." "yuh ain't In de army, yob's in ile "Why. chile." said tho ethortor. ija vy."-I lar|ier's WivW1 y. HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS I #**>�**���*#��#*�*�##*>*##*�>*t>t>*>^t>�*>�*>�**>t>M Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Huriiess. Straps, etu.. niwiiys on hand. We ean Ktianiuteu you complete sutigfuctiou. iit.'iit tins lnvn trnnsferred to tne ami I �ill end.-awir to lay l>cfore you as concisely as possible the objects of such an orgnili/nlimi. "The primary object is to encourage a spirit of Civic Patriotism ami enthusiasm in our city and its In -stltutions. nnd "tlenerully by every means in our power to give Judiciniis and intelligent publii'ily to the advantages of tlie city with the ultimate object of bringing our population up to U.V 000 within n limited term of yea is. The membership should embrace every man, uoman and child in and out of ljpthhrid>:c. 1 would lay particular stress on the good work which can I e done by having the children in th.l club, for what better way is theii- in developing a I'e.'ling of Civil- Patriotism than by training them to a knowledge of our city and the most desirable object to strive for. We ourselves ^nrn in the process ot education. You will observe from this that the intention is therefore a boost for Ijelhbrlilge and district along ludlclous lines. T. W. Hnnrahnii, president of the Trades and Labor Council answered to the toast, heartily endorsing the) ^Vf'XVmni' **' "* J.yoOn Club. He was glad to sec so i M'� heteVef t family, or en* iuel*e**r Myaere I many at the banquet, but vas es-  of eafat of ui.e.^narttr moiIvb et' iK'cially pleased with the democratic . '* �cr*e. more or lee*. ... . , .... i. 1 Is-rj auetbe nia�e MeeenaM; at the tvea)' air which |>ervad�d. Ihe class who ' were usually looked clown on by the members oi sue let,v in general had Tiles are quick and certain relief from Dr. Slioop's Magic Ointment. Please note it is made alone for Piles, and its action is positive and, j certain. Itching, painful, protruding \ or blind piles disappear like magic ' by lis use. Largo nleklc-cap|teil glass jars .V) centa. Sold by .1. D. Hlgiu- ; bothaiM 4c Co. SyMfiis Of CiMibw NwttvWcst. HOMEITEAD REOULATMNS. I INT  tan �amtierc* a>ctloa e Oomtulot -j J\ bai �e la Manituha. aaokatchawta aa4 \ \ alberta etcrpitne  aat n. 1 taa? a* aaNncetaaaed by tmy pereea wbe le 'a* I iSitocessorB to Homer Hutchinson) +44J-444444444-f+4444^4i44i the Bold Hrltttflton FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATKS ,$I.SO A DAY lethbridge - alberta I ee-t invited and heartily welcomed by them. If all classes thus 'worked together the mu-ress of the W.OtJO Club movement was assured. Itev. .1. S. Chiwrs also ivspomled, giving voice to his sentiments in "A Song for tho 25.00O Club" written by C. F. P. Conybeare. K.C. 'The l^i.lies" was the subject of a brief speech b.\ K. T. Saunders of Pincht-r Creek. During the programme excellent vocal sideetious were rendered by Messrs. Champn//ie, Kilner a ad Alaguire. The bampint was a hopeful sign for the general forward movement that has atirred the city. i lead ol c* far the diaulct la which the laaa la 1 I ettwate. Tba b"�ieet*aaer la raealred te perform tbe , euaeuieaa;coaaected tberewlib nuder eke et thefellewloielana.: I. Atleaat a>a nwutha' raatdanca ueun aad ^ cult1�ai!Mi'�f tbalasd lueacb f��r f�r thra* jaar�. a. If tba fa'btr (>r nother, if the rather la de -aeaeakur ibe home leader rtetdee u�aa a ' turn la �be tlelnlty of ibe lead entered far tb� [ re^ulreiaealo aa \n realdence ma* ha eatleted | hi aucb aeVenn iealdiu( wlib tbe father oi I iiuihei. I. If U.eeettler baa ble rermaaeut rtateeaca ; upe" fermlDf laud owned bf hint lu ibe tiela-' ttierbleheineetead. the reenlreacenw aa t* realdence eia nf Itailwuy ('oinmiksioners for Canada, after the expiration of four only. Symptom treatment Is treat- I from the date of the first pub- , lug the KESIILT of your allnvont, j ot this notice, or so soon J nnd not THE CAU&E. Wwik Stom- i thereafter as the application can be nch nerves-the inside nerves-means I he*rd, for authority to conatrtict, maintain and operate a branch of tho Canadian Pacific Hallway com- J menclng at.points on its Crows Nest llranch in Section :u, Township ?. organs, j RanR� 1". West r this ad-vertiseinent. Atldresu Bos Lcthlu idxe. Its the farmer who hns beautified his home surroundings with trees, shrubs and plants who will not lie ashamed of his home when a neigh -hot- of bygone years visits him. j a map or plan, profile and book of I reference, deposited in the Calgary 1 , I .and Titles Office on the 8th day of! ; April, A.D., 10O7. as No. "Ky.G8"; j | notice ot which deposit is also here-| by given pursuant to the provisions . of the said section. C. DRINK WATER. Secretary. ; Ruled this 2tth D.iy of April. A. D. ) i�07. M 1V Engli^ and French (Ihcstcrltcld" Overcoats lor 3prin*}. 0 WonJ rous liave been trie changes wrought by Semi-ready tailoring in the art of men's dress. t| Clothed are made from the finest fabrics, and brought to the trying-on stage, where they can be finished to measure in a few hours. 5 The Physique Type System of Cutting and Designing makes it possible to fit , every figure of man perfectly-whether he be tall and slim, or short and- stout, or ' oi any other oi the distinct types. Q No man can doubt the filling quality of the system when once he aces it anJ gives it a moment's thought, while every man can forejudge the suitability of the fabric to his own individual taste and expression. Semi-ready Chesterfield Ovcrconts, all silk-faced, $25.00, Semi-reaJy Suits, lor luisinc^s wear and social functions, as liij, _.. v.a) and as low^ai $18. The "Signet of Surety " and price plainly sewn on inside pocket of every Semi-reaJy coat. Semi-ready Tailoring A. SOUTHARD, HBRIDGE >m*>*>4>4>*>*>e>d> -f+i We believe in southern alberta The Land of Golden Opportunities. \NV have soma) spi-eial s.-lieted tracts of vt-ry lint? land in the i j-\ p-sl J Ht district i alto tome bttryuina near Stirling and Warner: Write to our (it'iientl OHico for information. X M. C. KNOWLES, General Agent | LAND DEPARTMENT Duluth, Minnesota, U. S. A. r*��>4>*>*>*>�>  *>����*)��*) X^tsXSSXSXsXsXSXsXiXS^r OToraTOTOToyTOH Ccthbridqc Iron Olorks Co. ill Iron Gtstings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns* Sashweights Ve>lv�t SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Metal BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS COMPETENT BOILEWMAKEK SENT OUT V\ HEN UEgLTHED - ;