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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta FOR FULL! GOODS COMING TO HAND EVERY DAY ! Elegant Tweed Suitings Harris Home Spuns Scotch Tartan Dress Stuffs WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A good general servant. Apply between the hours of two and four, to Mrs. P. I.. Nnlsmlth. New Dresden Ribbons Heavy full Drown Good* for school wear, in mixtures an., of TalK�r was u visitor In the city on l>ibor I)ny. Miss Hulli Freeman left on Tuck � dgy night for Yale, 1J.C, whore she will attend school. N. E Suddnby, druggist of Pernio, and u notoil rifleshot was in the city over tho week end. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 11. St one of IjKhhridgo were visit Ing in town yesterday.-Tnlier Free I'ri'ss. The llish School Society elected their officers for the term lust Friday. Those who are in charge are: Hon. Pres., W. A. Hamilton; 1'ivs. Clco.  Haley; Vice-Pros.. 11. Huzell; Secretary. Minnie Maddaugh; Trens-urcr, Fred Johnston; Kdltor of The (1 leaner, (!. Virtuu; Assoc Into Edit -oik, .1. Konny, M. Dunsworth; Ijend-i'r of the CIv'O Club, Miss Hennott; Accompanist. Mary Simpson; Pro -gramme Committee, ('.Ionian Duns-worth. W'lnnifred Hyssop. MnrySimp-Kon, Porcy Belcher, Philip Miehnch. Don't Swear Off buying hot-water bottes just lie-cause one went wrong. Maybe you bought the wrong kind. The kind we sell WE GUARANTEE, if they go wrong we give you another. A full stock of fountain syringes bulb enemas and conbinntion hotl Mi** M l,win- Monoiino o water bottle and syringe. We iof.,ho Now:s.s,,,,T> .hns ^K"" stock everything sor the sick room J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Family and Dispensing Chemists Y. S. Shcpnrd arrived in the city on Saturday and remained a few days. Ernest Schooning of lyncher Creek was shot while out duck-shool ing on Friday. .Miss Audrey Nettle left on Monday morning for Calgary whom she will visit for a week. Mrs. V. \V. Dooley nnd Miss Dooley of Lethbridge spent Sunday in town visiting Nov. I). Jones.-Tuber Fixv Press. Mrs. F. folpmnn ncconipanied by Miss Cut ton and the children left Cor Victoria, 11. C. on Tuesday morning. Mary Askie, the Infant daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. Silver died on Tuesday evening. The funeral was held at Ituymond yesterday. Miss Travis of St. Paul and Miss Niblock of Calgary who have Iwn visiting Mrs. C. F. P. Oonybenre. loft for Calgary on Monday morning. T. S. McKen/.ie. local manager for the f). W. Kerr Co. left for Minnea -polis on Friday for a w��ek. 10. 10. MncCiilt is in charge of the office here during his absence. ! 10. V. Dooley of Calgary was home Ifor Labor IHiy. Mr. and Mrs. II. 10. Sherlock leave, on Sunday morning n an extended trip through Ontario and lo New York. Mayor Cousins of Medicine Hat accompanied by Miss Cousins and Miss Jessie Cousins spent l,al>or Day in the city. porutor igned and returned this week to Calgary to spend n month, nnd will also visit the const.. M. \. Ilrown of Medicine Hntspent several days In tho city in tho in- hrother Ex-Mnyor C. McCnrty of llnymond was in the city on Tuesday. Senator DcVcbor has moved into his new home on Durdctt St, A carload of suljmur arrived ut the Hudson Hay Co. on Saturday. A. D. Warren the CP,It. dnv operator left last night for Vancouver. Mrs. P. L. Nnlsmith ami Miss Men-zles returned from IJnnIT on Monday. T. J. Simons has entered the A. It. St' I. Co.'s ortlce as stenographer. N. T. Mncleod loft last night on a business trip lo Toronto ond Si. Paul,. Minn. lleo. McQuay, a large tanner of Owen Sound, Ont., was In tho city on Wednesday. Messrs. Cox of Alcock, Lake nnd W'estwood of Toronto was in the city on Wednesday. Miss Price has returned from a month's holiday at Calgnry, lion IT, nnd Lnggun. 10. Kenny and T. E. Owklpy of the CP.It. freight office spent Uil*ir Day in Cranbrook, B.C. Miss lrono Johnston of Toronto, 'arrived on Sunday night to visit her ,slster, Mrs. I). May. | 10. P. Ellison of Itaymond, Presl  dent of tho Ellison Milling Co. spent Wednesday in the city. | Inspector J. W. Ilrown drove in from Tuber yesterday. He is in-m|m'cting the country schools | llev. W. A. l.owis. H.A., of Mmc-IjcckI preached two able sermons in Wesley Church on Sunday. | Mrs. Tote returned from m holiday s|tent at Ilea trice, Montana, she was \isiling her brother The Working Man's Day. sister. | The I.OO.K, aiv considering sev- McCormlck the chairman ernl schemes for tho running of the mivtings this fall and winter inter  ostingly. Mr. and Mrs. ft. W. Itohinson ami Master Jim leave to-inorrow morning for a fortnight's Ashing holiday at Cowley. ' The Northim-st JoNdng Co got a carload of fruit from SpoU,,ru. in twenty-four hours. It came by express on tho flyer. I K. P. HliWurt of llrampton, Ont. of Dr. J. 8. Stewart has terests of the latest oxpl/oslve "Mlt-thetlito," which is manufactured' in the I (at. Ilev. \V. Iti'id. pnstor of tho Hap -list Taliorn.iele. will preach in Wesley Church on Sunday. His evening subject will iii "The Three Crosses." O. 1). Austin vi 1,1 supply the Itnptist pulpit. W. A. Pill.- of Kdmonton. chief license inspector Tor Alberto, was in the city on Labor Day. Mr. Bale was formerly a labor organizer and the first carpenter's union in this city. Sir John Murray the noted Scotch geirnpher. -mid author of the famous "Challenger" report, accompan -led by his son Master Tom Murray, passed through the city on Monday on their way to Yellowstone J'ark. Dr. W. A. Parks geo'ogist of Toronto I'niversity and Dr. T. L. Walker mineralogist of the same institution are making Ijethbridgothoir headquarters for a few days while they prosecute their search for fossils in this district. On Monday next T. W. llanrahnn past president of the Trades und Pnli-nr Council and proprietor of tho l-ethbridce Cigar Factory will lie married to Mrs. lOcker of this city. Father Van'Pighui will perform the I ceremony in St. I'airick's Church. Dank �Joined the staff of tho Union of this city. | II. P. Hanson is In the city another gang of men for his lunv-lier camp. Ho is fitting the men out Ikto nnd sending them to the camp. Miss E. Niven s|icnt a few days visiting friends in Cranhrook, ll.C. I Miss lOvntiK of Medicine Hat ar  rived in tho city on Tuesday night. J. W. McNicol, President of tho Enterprise l.umlier Company is in Edmonton this week attending the investigation of tho affairs of tho alleged lumler combine. llert Crown of Toronto, who has i.evii v siting Mr. (!. 11. Johnston left last night for C,,scude. II.C, which is another point in his sight seeing route through the country. I J. Ihifner returned lust night from, Ontario, where he was called owing to tho death of hi� mother. When nt Winni|k>g ho purchased the Hudson's Hoy Co. s fall and winter stock. On Sunday evening the llnptistnlsal There Is iio holWny on the calendar that affects more of Hie citizens of n community than the first Monday of Soplettilwr which has iieen set. uinirt by the (lovcrnmcnt ns Labor lmy. lioS-t Monday tho whole city eelebrat ed nnd the streets were full of |>uo-pie. In striking contrast to lnsl year when only one flag was fiying, this year the I'nlon Jacks were nn-fiirlotl from every flag-polo and the city hail a general goln-dny uppour-nnco. Eight hundred memliers of various trades unions were in the procession, which was headed i>y Marshall D. .1. McCormlck on horseback nnd John Pimm carrying tho standard. The City Bond came next nnd was fol-l/iwed hy Ctoo. Perry and T. W. H�n-rahan, present and past presidents of tho Trades and Ijabor Council. Tho first company In the order was tho City Flro llrigmle with the ��ngim> and waggon. Tho Cnitcd Mine Work rrs of AniL'i-icn several hundrexl strong tho Carpenters and Joiners with their summer house float, the llrew-ery workers,' tho memliers of the lalwrors' union, the brick and ston-J masons with their float in which llhrec men were building � miniature house and nmrthor trimming n i>ieco of huilding stono, the newly organ  lized Typographical Union led by the organizer, It. P. Pettipioce, and the. cigur-mflkers made up the procession in the owlcr named P. Hums and ^.'o. had u tostely nrrongwl llont, j.vhowing "labor's Howard." ond ;fins NiiHlig, bill poster, hud a gaily ank accounts and homes for themselves instead of spend:ng their money over ih,- Ihii In coiiclusliui the Mayor c.iiigratu-loted the laboring men ii|m>n their | advancement in education and in th'> 'dignity of la! or. j W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., after congratulating th.' unions im\ the miccvits of tho procession und comtilimenting th-j band, spoke briefly of the history of the struggle between capital and iul.or (luring the last six centuries. The idool had not been attained yet. nor would it l>o until educational methods were changed so us to givo more attention to the pro|�er edura - I FOR SALE A 5-roomed cottage, new, haatad, lighted and water connection, 5 minutes' walk from post office, a snap at 11,300 A 7-roomed liotiBt' in first-class condition, 1 acre of ground. Youra at......................................1,600 A Htnnll payment down is all we require on either of these properties. A .Vrooin house nnd I acres land, IJ miles north of city, 1,000 Wo also liftve residential lots from f 10 up to..........1,000 Wo have a choice business propt>rty at 2,000 per lot-2 lota - no better site in the city. ft********************* MaM Your Hardwood Floors To look right mast be treated right. It is a very simple natter to properly care for them, if you use JOHN* SON'S PREPARED WAX, the most satisfactory and reliable preparation for finishing and polishing floors, furniture and woodwork. It produces ao artistic lasting polish to which dust and dirt will not adhere. It brings out the natural beauty of the wood and preserves it. It prevents heel marks and scratches from showing and will uot crack, blister or peel oC. Because Johnson's Prepared Wax 'A 0*evl�for Council . wishes to acknowledge the donations I in goods und ensh received from: A, j Muwionild A Co., J. ft. H'iginboth- j am & Co., A. Southard. E. J. FHII ' Co., P. Burns & Co. Hick and i Wakely, C. V*. Gray, MchTelvie ami j MacCuire. A.jOustou, North West' .lolrbing and Commission Co., ,1. ,1. Johnston, Nelson and f'raser, Ijeth-brldge Saddlery Co., Wallace and llosolton, W. .1. Armstrong, K. (Jer-man. Western Stationery Co., W. S. nnd II. Goodman. !! A Wright, (1. H. Johnston, t'red (low & Co., O.I,. Vroomun. h. & J. McL^v. The .1. Brovm Co. Ijlertii llestuurant U. Keel, Joe Kong. The Itentloy Co., Hudson's Hay Co., C. A. Mngrnth, lion for the laboring classes. Public service was held at tho Baptist Tab- mom-y should bo spent to equip ernacle when two were roceivod Into schools to give practical nu.niiul the church, making a total member - training to both boys and girls thai ; ship of llityfour. llev. Vim. Beid, they may bo skilled mechanics and the pastor preached a doctrinal sor- KT'1 ho�s'' k�'�k-rs. The weak point mon outlining the Baptist tenets re-,of �lur�tion nt present is that it gardlng the rite of baptism. Mr. jdoos ,u" Kho �liS"i,v �" mtinunl l.ib-Heid reports that tho dobt that has ol" ! Jkv�i burdening the church for so | � '� Pettiiuece of Vancouver II. i long is nearly all paid only St70 *>-;r Buy. The speaker seveivly �, in a very loosely p|nye committee had p.unned their work, and then worked their plan. The bumper crowd at the Athletic j Pnrk would yield tho unions a nice sum ns their sliBro of tin; money. | Many wore tho comments tnado by outsiders, especially by citizens of our twin oily, Medicine Hut. regarding tho efficiency of the band. | The amount of common sense exercised by the fellows on tho north side of tho baud stand during the speech- making, was in tho inverse ratio to tho muscular strength exorcised in lifting those heavy dumb-bolls and talking about it. O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices in the Oliver Bloch, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. A smoker in the Lubor Temple concluded a Labor Day celebration that ill point of veuther conditions, num-l)ers and enthusiasm eclipsiKl ail previous celebration*. IIOHN. HOliN-At Lethbridge, September 4. lltll", ('. \ . Ik-linett of i ! HOOM TO HK.Vt Alberta on to the wife of daughter. A largo parlor'bed-room to rent, Apply Box 44, city. To rent, apartments, ply X Y A WAXTKD. shuck, or two or centrally located. Herald olllce. � 0 � WANTED. thtw Ap- A second-hand Apply Hov 17,1, tout, medium ljuthbridgo. Siw. l'"or the fii-sl eight" months of* 1007 itia> building permits of Edmontun' amounted lo $2,030,700. 1201 1194 ;