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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta COODS COMING TO HAND EVERY DAY 1 Elegant Tweed Suitings Harris Home Spuns Scotch Tartan Dress Stuffs New Dresden Ribbons Heavy fall Dresii Ooodii for school wear, in mixtures ami plain ralors. PricRs from 30c to 60c per yanl. New Coats for Ladies ! See the styles and get our prices before buying. We think our vahies good. NEW FRILLINGS NEW VEILINGS NEW NECKWEAR NEW B^OOTWEAR A. Macdonald (Sb Co. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A good gcncn' ncrvoirt. Apply between th� hours of two and four, to Mrs. P. Naismith. TheSmgsof a Smnliiiilb, 75e. per eopy. X J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. .T�8. S^tacey of Masrath, Was in the artty on Saturday. ^Mrs. DuK, Mrs. StarivJS and Miss Du(T returuod on Saturday nigrht. W. H. L4inR,M .D"., of Taber wns a visitor in the city on Ijabor Day. Miss Ruth Fr(!cman lettt on Tucs -dgy nisht for Yale, B.C.. where she will attend school. N. E. Suddftby, druggist of Fei-nie, ard a not�d riflGKhot was in ihs city over tha w�ik end. Mr: and Mrs. Chas. D. Stone of LtttJibridgc were visiting in town yesterday.-lalier Free Press. The liisli Sehool Society elected thoir cfllcers for the term lost Pri-day. Those who are in charge are: Hon. Trcs., W. A. Hamilton; Pros. Oeo.  Haley; Vice-Prefl.. B. Hazell; Secretarj', Minnie Maddaugh; Treasurer, Preay J. D. Hifinbodiain ft Co. Miss At irwin, Monolino operator of the News staff, has resigned and rotur-notl this week to Calgary to spend a month, and will also visit the coast. M. A. Brown of Medicine Hatspent several days in the city in the interests of the'lates>t cxplpsive "Mit- Faaiilyaiid Dicpenaing Ohemists bheiiito," which is manufacturod > in vthe Hat. , ,� J . J � ... -.1 Kev. W. Held, pastor of the Bnp -Y. S. Shcpnrd arrived tn the city ' . , ,, ^ , ., ... ... , ^ . . ,  tist INjhornacle. will preach in Wos- on Saturday and remained a few ', ,,. . , j iley Church cn\ Sunday. His evening subject will hn �'Vhn Throe Cresses." Ernest Schooning of Pincher Creek , p g,,p,y Baptist was shot while out duck-shooting on puipH. I W. A. Dnk' of Ednvonlon, chief Miss Audrey Neale lc>ft on Momlay y^,.^,^ inspocior for Alberta, was in morning for Calgary whoro she will .^o ciiy on I.aU>r Day. Mr. Date visit for a week. | ^.^^^ fornn-i ly a labor organi/or and Mrs. V. W. Dooley ond Miss Dooley of Lethbridgc spent Sunday in town visiting Rev. V. Jones.-Taber Free Press. Mis. F. Colpman accompaivicd by M/iss Cutten and tho children left (or .Victoria, B. C. on Ttiesday morning. Mary Askie, tho infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Silver died on Tuesday evening. The funeral was held at Raymond yesterday. Miss Travis of S't. Paul and Miss Niblock of Calgary who have been visiting Mrs. C. F. P. Conyboarc. loft for Calgary on Monday morning.  . T. S. McKenxie, local manager for the O. W. Kerr Co. left for Minnea -poHs on Friday for a week. E. E. MacOill is in ch.irgn of the office hero during his absence. organiztd tho first carpenter's union in this cil.v. &ir .John Miirrny 'the noted Scotch geoarnphor. and author of the famous "(,'hullonger" report, accompanied b.y his son ^Ma.stor Tom Murray, pa.sscd through the city on Monday on their way to YoUow.S'tone Park, Dr. W. A. PnrKs geologist of Toronto Ifniversity and Dr. T. L. Walker nunral,ogiist of the same institution are making Ijcny I in Cranbrook', B.C. I Miss Irene Johnston of Toronto, "arrived on Sunday night to visit her isister. Mrs. D. May. E. P. Ellisort of Raymond, Prosi  dent of the Ellison Milling Co. sfient Wednesday in the city. j Inspector ,f. W. Brown drove in [ from 'Jlabor .voslerduy. He is inspecting the ooint In his sight seeing route through the countr,y. I J. H'ufner returned last night from Ontario, v.ihere he was culled owing to tho death of his mother. When at Winnipeg be purchased the fludson's Bny Co.'s fall and winter irt�ick. On Sunday evening the Baptisnnlsal service wa.s held at the Baptist Tabernacle when two were received into the church, making a total memibcr -ship of fifty-tour. Rev. Wm. Reid, the pastor preached a doctrinal sermon outlining the Baptist tenets re-gaMing the rite of baptism. Mr. Reid reports that the debt that has ixfcn burdening tho church for so iongi is nearly all paid only $170 being left to miso. YourJIardwood Floors To took ri|ht mast be trtated right. It. it  v�ry imp)*' matter to properly' ckre for them, if you UM JOHN* SON'S PREPARED WAX, tha most tatisfactory and reliable prep* anUioo for fioisbing and polishing floors, Itttnitare and woodwork. It _ . prodncet ao sriittic lasting polish to which dutl and dirt will not adhere. It briagt out tb* natural beauty of the wood and pretarvet it. It prevents heel marks and scfstebet from abowing and will not crack, blister or paal oC. Because Johnson's Prepared Wax 'A CtawM* rum Md fMkh /or M Wocd" --------JpeUtiiagwas tathapoitwlsad of tht bast quality, it producM Ika bmt, moM IsMiaf snaitsfjr faiib and poUsb with tb� least efort and is tha I laifsM sslliif wag ia iha world; For furaittti*. woodwock. �a cloth and liaolMBitisaasqwritoi. TryitsadsH. JOHNSON'S PRBPARSD WAX b sold aadrwommendad by Prompt Dtlivtry TeleidioiM 33 f The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. Labor Day DoaMiM*. The Trades and Labor Council wishes to acknolvlcdge the donations in goods and cash reccivMl from: A. Macdonand. The amount of common sense exercised by tho fellows on tho north side of the band stand during the speech- making, waa in tho inverse ratio to the muscular strength exercised in lilting thoM heavy dumb-beila and talking about it. The WMdngMan's Day. Tlicre is iio holiday on the culontlar that affects more of the citizens of a community than Hie MonTJay of September which iHis iJoon set apart by the Government as I^l>or l>o. Perry and T. W. Hian-rahan, present and past president* of the Trades and Labor Council. The first company in the order was the City Fire Brigade with the engine ond wugigon. 'i'he United Mine Work ers of Annarica sevcrat hundred strong the Carpenters and Joiners with their summer house float, the Brewery workers,* the mcmlxjrs of the laljorers' union, the br'ck and stono masons with their float in which Ithrce men were building a miniature house and another trinuniing n piece of building ,stone, the newly organ -5/�d Typographical (Jnion led by the organi/er, R. P. Pettipiocc, and the cigar-makers made up tho proce.ssion in the order named P. Burns and Co. had a tastcly arranged float, showing "Labor's Rewaixl," and iGus Niedig, irill poster, had a gaily docoratcd float. Inspired by the stiring notes of the ! band, the procession marched from the Union Temple down DulTerin to Round St. down Baroness Road to Gait Stnnc-t up I'oril to lloiinolitical platform outiinc. Austin us a representative of the press, spoke of the cha.nged attitude of the press toward tratlc un � ionismi by which both sides weie given otiual pui>licity and supixirt. He congraitulatcM tho unions upon the addition of the Typographical Un -|*^n to their ranks ami upon the afl-vnncemciit made during the year In local labor conditions. In the afternoon an im^nvcnsc tiowvl attended iht* sports nt the Athletic Park....Tho professional bascballgunit! reiiulied in a victor.*' for Jludidm' Mat 15-5, in a very loosely [ila.xwl game. Tho prn^jramnio of races and other sports was run on successfully, there baing many close contestu, Brand Size Planet........^........ Maroon......^.____.... Leader................, Kinkproof.... �.......... aEAIINf SALE lARKN mSE Biilanoc of seaaon'a stock now offered ut greatlj reduced prices. l>oti't miss this oppor. tnnit^ to buy, as rabber hoM is higher in price to. day than when we bought our stock. Begular price Sale price . 10c per foot....... 8e perlof^ .n\ " .....^ " .13 .....11 � .15i " .....13 " .16 " .....12i " .20 " .....16* " BRODIE & STAFFORD Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Real Estate Loans Insurance FOR SALE A 5-roomed cottage, new, heated, lighted and nater con nee-tion, 5 miautes' walk from post office, a soap at 1,300 A 7-roomed house in first-class condition, 1 acre of gioand. Yours at_____...................................1,800 A small payment down is all we require on either of these properties. A o-ruom house and 4 acres land, 1^ miles north of city, 1,000 We also have resitlential lots from fdO up to.......... 1,000 We have a chq^e business proi^erty ut 2,000 per lot-'2 lota, -no better site in Che city. COXYUEARE BLOCIC. mm 9> Second Consignment of Underskirts Sm- SOME POINTERS Stocking Net with Moriette Flounce Silk Warp with Silk Flounce ASSORTED COLOKS and BLACK MOREEN at G. H. O. W. KERK CO. have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wlieat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in NVaraer district. T. S. MeRENZIE, Local Manager. A smoker in tho Labor IVmipIc con-icludeay celebrat.ion that in point of veather conditions, num-Ijers and. enthusiasm eclip.soti ail previous coIobrati6iiK. BORN-At Lethbridge, Alberta on Sf|'t"ni''>er 4. IHO", to the wife of v. \. IVniU'lt of a daughter. HfKHI T(� Bl!:XT. A largo parloi'"bc�i-room to rent. Apply Box 44, city. WANTKB. To rent, shack, or two, or thro