Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOR FULL! GOODS COMING TO HAND EVERY DAY ! Elegant Tweed Suitings Harris Home Spuns Scotch Tartan Dress Stuffs tit LethbrMgt, the Coming City .Inn, Wallwork of Calgary was lllo clly on Tuesday, j-- Mlsa Mabel McLeny o( Toronto is Ooo. W. Langdon, formerly with vls-lting hoi- cowilha, the Misses Mc- y- Shapnrd, Ltd., in a letter to Leny, the Thomas, Ont., Times, says: .1. Huestls, brother of LowtoMiH*.' ^""Hugx., (ho large*, town of tin. Is a recent arrival from Albany Southern Alberta 1* evidently a eon.-p j,, i Ing town of considerable Importance. It Is tho centre of n splendid agricultural district,, which boosts of 2ft per cent, more ncivngo under cult-iva-itionthls yonr thnn there wns last .t. W. Qfeenway, loinlnlon Lands Commissioner wan In , the city on Tuesdny. New Dresden Ribbons Heavy fall Drew Gooda for school wear, in mixtures and plain colors, from 30c to 60c per yurd. Prices New Coats for Ladies ! See tho stylos and get our prices before buying. We think our values good. NEW FRILLINGS NEW VElLINGS NEW NECKWEAR NEW FOOTWEAR ""kl"K h">" ��> hearty. |tnc principnlship of the Westminster j The Songs a Sourdough, 75e. per copy. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Big or Little Shavers may find it of interest to look over this libt of roccnt arrivals : "(Jem" Safety Razors Gillette " " aud ext. blades "King Cutter" Razors Boker's Carbo-Magnetic Razors Stevens' Fine Surgical Steel Ruz. Torrey's Patent Stropping Mach's Shaving Brushes, 25c to $2.50 Strops, 25c. to $3.00 each Shaving mirrors, soaps, sticks, spirit stoves, face lotious and talcum powders, for use after shaving. J. D. Higinbotham 6 Co. lily and Diepenaiog Ohemiata Krncst llnll of Pernio, II. ('..spent Sunday in the city. A. B. Cushing of Calgary was In the city on Tuesday. Mrs. W. C. Simmons nnd children have returned from the const. .1. \\. Martin nnd family have tak en up their residence in Medicine Hat A. Macdonald pivsitlcnt of the A Mai'donald Co. s|h-nl Monday in tin city. .1. II. (Sibbon the nucliotui-r, went lo Mce where he temporarily takes *he place of II. W. Falrley In the llcll Telephone lond distance construe tion. Mr. Falrley is going to Win-' nlpcg to attend air electrical school. I mR u, u>Bt .....----.......... Monday | Tiiciv was a farewell party at Mr. morning after s|tendlng a month et \orcms Tuesday evening in honor of her home, Watford, Ont. Besides at- the Misses Mabel and .Jessie, who tending the main object of her trip, |cft for Tacoinn. Wash., on Thursday Harvest Is nearly finished. Tho wheat here will be of splendid cnings. Mrs. M. M. Thomas of Minneapolis Minn., who has been visiting her J. R. Xaylor of Frank spent Sun day in the city. W. A. OM, hns o|x>ned a barber I shop in Raymond. F.. T. WcRtlako of Talwr wn� a visitor to the city on Friday Inst. Mrs. J. n. Storey and Miss'Sdllker have returned from a visit to the south. W. A. Buchanan,, provincial Librarian, passed through tho city yesterday, returning from l-^uatcrn Can-ado, where ho visited some of tho more important government and other libraries.-Culgury Albertnn. A Hamilton, (Ont.') old-timer writ- j ing to the Toronto CIoIh.* about �iK>m bers of the early city councils of Hamilton refers as follows to tho father of M. Freeman and Mrs. II. K. Sherlock of this city: Samuel II. Freeman, was a lawyer, too, and a very brilliant one, who built ono of the first, mansions "up tho moun -tain," or rather on tho side of tho mountain. He was a Hoformor In politics and had considerable, political ambition, and I believe once contested Hamilton with Sir Allan Mc-Nab, but not, successfully. H. 11. Iloyt of the Iron Works. . . spent a couple of days this week in I Claresholm on business. "Mrs. Palmer who- has Ixxm engaged to teach the Five Mile school near Clnrosholm left on Monday morning to assume her duties. Rev. Hugh Wilson of Maple Creek, while on his way back from thecoast stopped off at tathbridge on Friduy to s|icnd the day with F. W. Dow- F. C. Potts or llrandon. schoollnnd daughter Mrs. J. F. Simpson. was insivetor is ^wilding several days In caUer Canada Blblo Society Colporteur Turnbull supplied tlto llnptlst pulpit. Mr. W. A.: Huchnnan .is at his desk Mrs. Ster was served. They spent tho evening in dancing. Their many friends wish the young couple 0,11, the Joys of a On Monday n party of 1,'tvlon Bank long happy and prosperous lifo. oflU'inls were in the eitymnloing Among those thnt attunded the re-Letlthridgo one of their points in ceptlon nt Clark's Friduy night n-om their trip through tho West. In tho the Valley were Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis party were .1. Sharpies, President of l^ne- Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Hums, Hil-th Union Bank, (J. O. Balfour, gen- nm Peterson, Kiln Brnndvold. Joe era I inunngcr. II. II. Shaw; supt. of Williams, Kngvnld Dnlker, Bonnie western branches, Win. Shaw and Oi. Brnndvold. Carl Peterson, Charlie II. Thompson, directors, assistant and Loon Burns. All report, n good .nsiiertor P. L. Vlbert and S. T. time. Ilopiier of Medicine Hat, It. II. Mac- -s'"tc Bowser passed through here micklng of Maple Creek, D. S. Ask- on Saturday lost on his wny from ley of Pinchcr Creek, II. T. Smith town. of Blnlrmore. .1. II. Farmer of Frank The ten party nt Hogclands wns C. V. niece of Cowley and C. A. largely attended there being eighteen Clgot of Cardstoni local branch man incllea present and all enjoyed tho ngers. Accompanying tho party were afternoon and especially tho sui)|>or R. T. Riley of Winnipeg and CI. l>c- fo'" Mr!1 Hoglnml never does things moliKj and Thos. McDougnll of Quo- halves. t)ec. Charlie Adams hnd the good for Puring the forenoan the party un- tune of Omling a horse Inslonging to der the guidance of O. V. MncMick- XnU> Bowst-r that had Imen gone 51 ing the local manager, took a look years. around Hie city and Immediate vicin- Robert Burns and son Ixmiii llnish-ity nnd In the afternoon, arcompan 0,i stocking their wheat on Saturday iod by P. L. Xnismlth, T. D. Kevin, afternoon. They have sivteen good �. M. Hatch. A. Southard nnd .f.A. sized stacks. Silwr.wsnt out to fa ids ton in auto- I'" Burns entertained at tea .mobiles. Friday afternoon Mrs. Lane. Ililnuin The prospects of Southern Alhorla Peteist.n. Klla Brnndvnld. Marjory were very manifest lo tho visitors. Thompson. Charley, Frank an.l Roy vtiilni Vaacaavar, tt Jaaa, Hasaalaa laaiaa. faraata. Maatraal. Wiaalaal. Vaaaawrar, St Fn Koottnay boohltt � rafttMt > ...... lecond Consignment of Underskirts W&* SOME POINTERS Stocking Net wilh Morietie Flounce Silk Warp with Silk Flounce ASSORTED COLORS and BLACK MOREEN at G, H. Johnston's m O. W. KERR CO. have opened offices' in the Oliver Bloch, - Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see tho funions Magrntb land, now on the market. W� have also a few cltoice st'etiona in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE. Local Msnsger. and they were amazed at the great harvest thai is bring garnered in these parts. Y Prompt Delivery The Telephone 33 CoM Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. WARNER. nil of homestead. The crops around Warner are cut and stookcri except one field oats. The average yield is good is the quality also. Mr. Soice is erecting a now two-storey store, 21x18. The upivrslory will lx� uscil fc�r n ball. F. O. Smith of Warner has the building contract. The new station is completed. The A.R. & 1. Co. officials were down on Tuesdny taking over the building and snt up in it all night waiting | burned for the train that was ditched nenr| Sherman Couits. ' It is e.\|>ooled that the new school will bo orvcted in about two months School 'is now Wdng carried on in the old O. W. Kerr Co. olhYe. Miss Oil-ehrist of Ijothbrid^e is tho teacher. F. Mollering, IV S. Ijelflngwell. Tonny and P. Maxwell wenu in Ijethhridge on Weo^nesday. The last named inlands residing in the metrop oils this winter if hi' can secure n house. 1 II. N.W.M.P. barracks has been built bore and Constable Jenkins of Milk River hns U-en put in charge. Burns. Will Fry and Benny Brand-void. .Mrs. Newcum and son T. K. Ridi -inson from I teed Hill, stopivd at Bowville on their way homo from l.othliridjfe, ulieiv each Hied on a homestead. Oeo. CJriwne hns t^eturned from Chris. Pierson's ranch wheiv he hns as | been working this summer. I. B. Lukens has laid down his saw nnd hammer and gone in the harvest field. Oeorgc Roycrnft's house was burned last week. Nothing in tho house wns bnved as he vns absent. but neighbors came in time to save ltis barn aud hay or nil would have Iteen ------1- Millinery Opening ! L. & J. McLEAY Will hold th�ir VAUj MILLINERY OPENING on Saturday, Sept. 14, '07 The ladies of Lothbridge and vicinity are cordially invited. to the South Saskatchewan and asking tho Boards of Trades of Maclood and Pinrher Creek for support in this Lowell Is back on his Board of Trade. of delegates from the Hoards of Trade of Alberta and Saskatchewan. [ A resolution was passed supporting1 the idea of forming a provincial line. Board of Trnde. Aid. Cunningham also brought up Tho'Manitoba Free Pivss of Win- the matter of asking .the C.P.R. to ni|*V wrote asking co-operation in ' put u passenger coach on,a freight securing better postal service in tho [train for a clay service-botwean ljeth-Wesi. A discussion of the postal ser- bridge and a point-.Oust for local vice in litis part of tlittor-boxes ut tho where as Pr. Shoop's lloudacho Tab-station, lots. P�iin simply means congestion- The City Council will bo nsked for undue blood pressure at tho point p.'IOK-to defray expenses of Board of. where pnfti exists. Br. Shoop's Head-Trade, 'ache Tablets quickly etiuullzc this W. .1. Armstrong wns elected a unnatural blood pious are, and pain member of the Board. , iimnwdiwtely departs. Write Dr.Shoop W. .f. N'el,snn led the discussion 'Ruclnc, Wis. and get a free trial that resulted in a notice of motion package. Large box 35c. Sold by that the membership fee bn raised .1. 1). Jtfginootham *J Co. from SIS lo �5. I mmmm^^tm^mm Aid. Cunningham brought In a res-1 A man must stand eroct, not ,:he olutlon asking the government to kept erect by others.-t-Marcu*. Auro- change the nnme of the Belly River Hub.