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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta OSrT'lmT'iii, GOODS COMING TO HAND EVERY DAY I Elegant Tweed Suitings Harris Home Spuns Scotch Tartan Dress Stuffs New Dresden Ribbons Heavy fall Drew Goods for school wear, in miitures ami plain colore. Prices from aOc to 60c per yard. New Coats for Ladies ! . See the styles and ^t our prices before buying. We think our values good. NEW PRILLINGS NEW VElLINGS NEW NECKWEAR NEW FOOTWEAR A. Macdondd (& Co. .fas. Wsllwork or Calgary was tho city on Tucsilny. Miss MalM>l Mcljcay or Tofonto visiting her couniha. the MitMMB Leay. in LtthkrMft. the ConlBg City iMugh, 79e. per copy. J. J. JOHNSTON Droggiat and Stationer. A iOCAL BUDGET. J. R. Naylor of Frank spent Sunday in tho city. W. A. OM, hn� opened a barber I shop in Raymond. F3. T. Wostlake of Taber was a visitor to the city on Friday last. Mrs. J. B. Storey and Miss'Siliker have rerturned from a visit to tho south. W. A. Buctianan,, provincial lab- Big or Little Shavers may find it of interest to look over this libt of recent arrivals : "Gem" Safety Rawrs Gillette " and ext. blades "KiuK Cutter" Razors Boker's Carbo:Magnetic Razors Stevens' Fine Surgical Steel Raz. Torrey's Patent Stropping Mach's Shaving Brushes, 25c to $2.50 Strops, 25c. to $8.00 each Shaving mirrors, soaps, sticks, spirit stoves, face.iotiiHis and talcum powders, for use after shaying. 19. miinbodtMn � Co. i'Mulyand Oiepsnsiag Ohemiste Kinest Hall of Fcrnio, H. C, spent Siindn.v in the city. A. H. Gushing of Calgary was in the cit.v on Tuesday. Mrs. W. v. Simmons and children have returned from the coast. .J. W. Martin and family have taken up their residence in Mcilicinc Hat A. Mardunnid pivsident of the A. Mucdnnaid Co. spent Monday in the city. .T. n. Oil)l)on the auctioneer, went to Afcdioinc Hat on Sunday night on a business trip. F. C. Totts of Hrandon, schoollaud insiJoctor is siicnding several days in this .di�triot concerning the sale of �school lands. T. H. nirniingham of Toronto for' man.v years chief Conservative or'-., . ganizer in Ontario, was in the city B. B. Hoyt of the Iron Works. , ^ Sunday. week in I Mrs. Stein and Mrs. Shannon of Great Falls, Mont., have Ijccn visit- ' Geo. W. Langdon, formerly with Mc- S. Shapard, Ltd.. in a letter to the S^t. Thomas, Ont., Times, says: .1. Hucstis, brother of Lewis H.k�.> I-e^hbridg,.. the largest town of tis. is a recent arrival from Albany f""**""-" cvulently acorn- p p I inn 'town of considerahio importance. _ , . . . It is tho centre of a splendid agri-J. W. Qp�nw�y. �omi|..�n Land., ^j,.^^ ^, 2^ Commissioner was in . the city op, Tuesday. ,tlonthis year than there was la.-^t V. W. Doolcy is home from Cal- year. At Lc'Lhl>ridg� are the famous gary for a few rtays. owing to the oult cool mines, and the fortunate illness of Mrs. Oouley. citizens are supplied the best coal Rev. Wm. Reid preached in North mined in Canada at StO.oO a ton. in-Ward at tho home of P. Kane, Hail- dustrial coal costs from 2'> to 50 I'io Street, and had a good turnout, cents a ton. 'I'his town possesses a The Baptivt congregation intend ""'a combination of natural advan -having a harvest thanksgiving on tas�?s. Neodloss to .say it is rapidly Sunday and Monday, Sept. 22nd and "ttraoting industries. Tho present population is nearly 5,000. Xatural A. E. DufHtn of the local court of "'^'^ y"'" A.O.F. was elected District Chief '^'"8 Ranger for this dialrict at the n^ccnt e.vrKK:ta^ions of ob- convention held in Vancouver. ^"'"'"K . � ""Pl'ly ""^ quaotity. '.ethbridgc is .situated on the iV.lly p.Sloan lornierlys^^^^^^ t-'b-ta'-.V of the the A.R. & I. Co -s office has severed S,sk,tchewan,-which flows his connection with the omco and m ^ . now in H. ,1. H. Skeith's office. ^ ^^^^ Hon. C. W. Cross, Attorney Oen- nearly a mile in width. The C.P.n. eral and Frank E. Walker, M.P.P. of jg g^out to construct, a magnifioont Fort Saskatchewan, are on atrip to stpoi bridge across this ravina at the south country and will visiit Leih i^jthbridgc. This bridge will probably bridge. be the second largest in Canada-ov- Rcv. F. W. McKinhon, the Ilnptis't rrr a mile long and 300 feot above student who has lioart >conducting ssr- the river-l)ed. The cowt will Iw con-vices at Biamond Gity and N^wiands siderably over a million dollars. The ivturns to Brandpn Oollcgc on Mon- C. P. R. is also constructing largo da.v morning. shops and yards here-tho divisional Miss Mai-y Irvine, late of theDaily P"int having recently Ijoan removed News, Lrthbridxe, who is at present '""om Macleod, which is about thirty in the city, Ipaves tomorrow to ac- '""'^ further west. In licthbridge I cept a position on tho Kdmonton ""an across Walter .Jordan and F. R. .lournal.-Calgary Herald. Whiting, tvo St. Thomas old boys, Harol.1 O. Long who has resigned ^^"^^ looking hale and hearty. tRc prinoipnlship of the Westminster - . .T " , School leaves to-morrow night for BOWVILLC. I^comlie whore he teuiporarily takes the place of H. W. Falrloy in the . , , -  u � m ^ ..' , . , ; ,. . , Harvest is nearly flni.shad. The Itel Telephone lond distance construe ... , . ... , . , .-j , i wheat hero will be o� splendid qual- tion. Mr. Fairley is going to Win-' ,. ... ^ , , , ' . � , . . , . . , iiy and tho oats on last jears break-nipcg to attend an oleclrical school. i ing hard to Iwat. Miss McLcay returned on Monday | There was a farewell party at Mr. morning after spending a month ot \orems Tuesday evening in honor of her home, Watford, Ont. Besides ait- the Misses Mabel and .Je.s.sle, who tending the main object of her trip, lept for Tacoma. Wash., on Thursday the Fraser-Mcl^ay nuptials. Miss -phe evening was spent in playing McLeay took in the Watford Old games. Range spent a couple of days this Claresholm on business. IVfrs. Palmer who' hais boon engaged to teach the Five Mile school near Claresholm loft on Monday morning to aiisume her duties. Rev. Hugh Wilson of Haplc Creek, while on his way back from thecoast stopped oR at Lathbridge on Friday to spend the day with F. W. Dow- rarian, passed through tho city yes- i terday. returnin* from Eartern Can- ! Turnhull, colportour for the Up- ada. whcrs he visited some of lha , P"' Canada Bible Society who has more important government and oth- "'^ ^e'^^K er libraries.^algaiy Albortan. ^ *F�y '�� A HamiUon, (Ont.) old-timer writ- tng to the ToroiJto �lobe about mem ' his bride stopped -1.-. .... ______ti, ,f several days at the Dalian Hotel bers of the early city councils of Hamilton rc'fcrs as follows to thO' father of BI. Freeman and Mrs. R. F,. Sherlock of this city: Samuel B. Freeman, was a lawyer, too, and a ver>- brilliant, one, who built one of the flrstt mansions "up the mountain." or rather on the side oi the^ mountain. He was a RWormer . in politics and haenin'g. " ...........tMtttMMMMMMMM YoufJIardwood Floors To look right mnit ba tmted right It. is a vary wnpia mattar to properly^ can for them, if you use JOHN* SON'S PREPARED WAX. tba most satisfactory and reliable prep, aratioo for finishing and polishing floors, furaiture and woodwork. It . _ produces aa artistic lasting polish to which dntt and dirt will not adhere. It brings out tha liatnrsl baaatjr of tha wood aad preserves it. It prevent! heel marks and scratches from showiag sad wilt sot crack, bliitar or paet off. Becaoaa Prepared ''Athf^Mt JWaM aad AKtA ftr Ml Woea" -�J pelWilBg was to tba ponSd aad of tba bwt quality, It prodgeas lbs bast, aiioat laatiog �aaltary fiaiik and polish with tha toast affort and is tha salUiV was ia tba worM. For fiursitura. woodwork, oil cloth and lit ia �naqiisllaJ. TryitaidMa. JOHNSON'S PRBPAKEO WAX ia sold aad tacoameadad by fiut in charge. Married at Stavely, Sept. 4th, 1907, Green O. Dockcry to Miss Es-tella Clark, both of Black Sprinlg Ridgo. ' . The bride, was handsomely nttlreitl In an: aecot'dcon pleated dress of white silk and cashmere. A reccpt -ion was given at tlic home of tho bride's parants last Friday night where a sumptuous wedding supper was served. They spent tho evening in dancing. Their many friends wish the young couple al^ the joys of a long happy and prosperous life. Among those that attended the ne-'ception at Clark's Friday night from the Valley were Mr. anert Burns and son I^eon finished' stacking thoir wheat on Saturday afteraoon. They hove si.vtoen g of delegates from the Boards of Trade of Alberta and Saskatchewan. A resolution was pas.sed supporting the idea of forming a provijicial Board ot Traflc. Tho'Manitoba Fiw Pivss of Win-ni|)eg wrote asking co-operation in .securing bettor postal service in the We.s-t. A discus.sion of the postal scr-viai in this part of tho country fol-lovc'd. The government, the railwn.v and postal, niithoritics in gencrnl to tho South Saskatchewan and asking the Boards of Trades of-Maclood and Pinciier Croek for support erioe prontptly stopped hyl mid'tw to deal with the postal mat - a thoroughly safe Ijttle Pink Candy; ters. Aid. tniiininffhnm brought up Tablet, known by Druggists eveiyr tht" nintier of lotter-bo.xes at tho where as Br. ijhoop's He�idache Tab-station, lots. Poin simply means congestion- The City CJouncil will be asked for undue blood pressure at.the point S.lOO to defray expenses of Board of where politi exists. Vv. Sh6op's'Head-Trade, 'ache Talilots. quickly e(|ualize this W. .r. Armstrons: wos elected a unnatural blood preasurw, and pSito menil)Or of tho Hoard. liinmpdiatcly departs. Write Dr.Shmp W. .T. \el,son led the dii^icussion 'Racine. Wis. and get a free trial that resulted in a notic� of motion 'package. Large Ikix 33c. Sold jby that the momhoiahip fee bo raised .1. B. Hii8:inbotham A Go. ^ i'lv from S2. to Aid. Cunningham brought in a res-, . . ... olution asking tlw government to kept erect by others.->Wr�a change the name of tho Itelly River liua. A man nius't s^and arect, not AttM* P5p ;